|Thread:||Finally, it is finished|
|In reply to:||Re: Finally, it is finished|
|Date:||Tue, 2022-07-12 16:34 GMT|
I could not agree more.
Maybe it felt that way, but it wasnt. Started with me trying to contact you very early in the game, you were already close to my HW and while I waited for you to answer to my messages, I dropped one planet which was too close. The hostilities started through that. Afterwards, I had trouble keeping you in bay, while the Colonial pressured me from the side. I managed to keep him from my main territory. Due to lack of ressources I was having my hands full with the two of you, so when the Robot and Klingon were closing in from the north, I had to negotiate. There were some squabbles about planets and some drops, but in the end we managed to come up with a border. Over the whole game, there was no cooperation between the Borg-Fed alliance and the Robot-Klingon-Bird alliance. Only one time, when I hunted an Atlantia which escaped to Robot territory, I asked the Robot if I should continue the hunt, but he took over and I turned back. The Colonial was an enemy to both alliances. Only towards the end of the game I managed to strengthen my forces to finally turn the tables in my favor and launched a full attack on your territory. Until then, it was uncertain. I mainly fought you, the Fed mainly fought the Colonial. And there was no mega-alliance, not even close.
Not quite sure what you mean. It was a game of 3 vs 3 vs 2 vs 1. Not any mega alliance in my mind.
Yes, considering the first 3 of your example was on the same side with 2.
Yo do sure what I mean.