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  1. I had to see them played by pros, but probably they have to be nerfed. They seem very gold dependant for anti-cavalry.
  2. Keep in mind that they showed angles that normally the player won't see. I agree with others about the arrows, both the movement and the size have to be tuned. Otherwise I'm optimistic about the game and the saga. In the other hand, the RTS that I play more, AoE 3 seems to be power creeped with US with a lot more of unique features than others civs, and probably will be pretty OP. Good news that we will have an African xpack, with Ethiopians and Hausa people (the second one I don't have any knowledge about them)
  3. Chilhood game. Barely historic, but great memories. Seems that they aren't remaking the graphics, they aren't bad but it would be nice a new coat of paint
  4. Little offtopic, but this is a major milestone!
  5. What about naval system? It could be Boarding Ship> Siege Ship> Arrow ship, but if you stick historically based, not all civs had siege ships. (Maybe they could use "mercenary" at least in name, ships)
  6. that breaks all stereotypes, interesting.
  7. Mental Health is one of the most important things on this live, take care!
  8. Based on stereotypes, Iberians and Britons should have also that skirmisher tech
  9. Hmm, I see it as innecesary micro with no gameplay benefits. I try to imagine what interesting mechanics could bring that, but I see no one. If all weapons/armor resources are created on the forge, they are just extra clicks that you have to balance If there's the introduction of new buildings to create the diferent resources, you are creating a chain that can be destroyed or raided for disrupting the economy of the enemy, but also is not so diferent of having diferent military buildings to train dedicated troops.
  10. What it's funny about? It's pretty sad, but this is another topic Anyways, my point was that an historian holding against Darwinist theory have to be taken with a pinch of salt: I don't understand what this politician have to do with the debate. On the other side, this politician doesn't represent what most people think in Spain. I enjoy reading other social scientists with other political views that have a fact based research, but Cesar Vidal probably won't pass a peer to peer review. I repeat, he hasn't an official degree, and he says that he was proffesor on a private Chris
  11. I suppose that owing 3.2 million euros to tax authorities is a good reason to go away from your country. He's only a lawyer, he says that my language, catalan, it's a dialect, far from reality, and he doesn't believe in evolution theory. From actual sources of historians, I can recommend: https://www.uam.es/FyL/AyR-ArticulosOnline/1446787203818.htm?language=es&nodepath=Art?culos On-line
  12. This is a depiction from Atlantis I won't take anything from Cesar Vidal as serious source https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/César_Vidal#Sobre_sus_titulaciones_académicas
  13. They had done a great job, I played it sometime year ago. I think that AoEO it's a good example and inspiration source for asymetric design (but very ahistorically in art design)
  14. The original source changed, the text was called "La guerra en la cultura Ibera" by Fernando Quesada Sanz
  15. Could be also a person walking by side (easier to spot)
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