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  1. Sorry about that, did not consider those to be popular videos. Those "popular videos" covered everything and more, quite extensively (to a history noob like me at least)... Was fortunate enough to even discover them on Youtube. They were from a PBS NOVA 3 part series (This long-running, award-winning documentary series focuses on science - the speculation, history and researchers associated with it and its many applications.) on chariots that I watched from 2013 (they were the gold standard when it came to historically accurate documentaries?). First noticed the thread, immediately came to mi
  2. The wheel construction techniques and axle positions, they couldn't be more different when comparing the chinese and middle east versions. very neat... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HS2U7BqAivc 13:30 min mark - begins to explain the pros and cons between designs (more spokes increases stability, ride comfort and worked as a built-in redundancy in the event of single spoke failure) "we've explored Assyrian chariots, Egyptian chariots, Hittite chariots" , "the chinese chariots wheels are a third larger than those of middle eastern models" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QRipPs
  3. having the ability to identify what was occurring in those instances that led to those "poor" decisions and attempting to make the proper adjustments in future games is very beneficial (learn from mistakes of self and other teammates) DADA = Data, Analysis, Decision, Action (repeating feedback loop invented by a famous USAF military strategist) (obviously or not) the high level players have their own unique 'art' form when competing (think bruce lee - honestly expressing yourself)... which (imo) is more about the psychological reflection/minimizing team risk(potential harm) > d
  4. Found this, which at least provides some explanation as to how those particular scores are calculated ... https://code.wildfiregames.com/D494 Right, thought this (column) was new with fgod.
  5. @Imarok@Angen@Nescio@FeXoR *** Warning *** Possible nothingburger/time suck. Self-explanatory underneath Military/Economy Ratio %. ... hadn't found much as to why/if the calculation is not included/required(for the team as a whole) or (for as long as can recall) has always displayed "0", only the gui/summary/counters.js location and its exclusion... Thanks in advance.
  6. also @pixel24 you can keep rapidly switching between the alt +. or alt + / or just keep one selection pressed down while right clicking those newly idle units to other destinations/tasks.
  7. @FeXoR @Imarok @Angen @Nescio @wowgetoffyourcellphone @Lion.Kanzen @Trinketos mountain out of a molehill player bartered 500 Food for 409 Stone. player bartered 409 Stone for 500 Food. x for y y for x no difference works perfectly fine watch replay. at one point he is under the impression that his opponent is 'getting rid of stone' for food when it is in fact the exact opposite that is occurring. It is his own confusion. ********** problem isn't with ambiguity nor the flexibility of english language nor substituting barter for exchange or gained, recei
  8. Called me Palaionub during the match... Clearly has a good sense of humor... He didn't rage quit when being rushed and even helped his team by sending resources and building ally second cc/fighting to hold critical position, etc. Remember that at one point he had a rank 700-800 which shows he has evolved and improved.. Exactly.
  9. My specs XFX Radeon RX 580 8GB GTS Black Edition No issues after a year or so and easy on the wallet... Hope it helps.
  10. Nice map in theory. Some minor issues where you have resources that are inaccessible or there are 10 units stuck trying to reach a single tree. commands.txt metadata.json
  11. No, I can recall it happening in single player mode as well as in-game during online multi. Then this, I suppose would confirm the rough/randomly selected ballpark figure of "50/50" working/not working. Most likely, but idk. Shouldn't the players know of this? If, in fact true that you need the required resource amount to right-click for view more info?
  12. Have always had this same issue, right clicking for more info on buildings/units/upgrades etc. only appears to work some of time, would say that there is roughly a 50/50 chance that the information is not displayed regardless of what civilization or info I am attempting to view.
  13. @nani Where would this be for linux users? 0ad/binaries/data/public/maps/random ?
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