Schubdüse wrote:Nightwatch wrote:Guides of players who havent played even one tourney really have something.
Yeah, I had to smile too.Nightwatch wrote:A first sept maybe, enough to go down with honor in the tourneys
Nighty, if you have time, then please watch this. http://demoszenen.de/defcon/dcrec/2010-08/2v2Random-2010-08-07_20.17.zip
I think his style is very advanced considering his "Demo status". But the chances are high that he would have some problems in 2vs2, cause he can't listen.
His silo placement was really risky and I told him to defend his silos with navy. He refused, but was lucky, because Bastek + partner nuked his silos far too late.Nightwatch wrote:Anyway, actually writing a real Defcon Naval Guide would result in pages and pages of in depth of strategy and game theory.
For example, i only scratched the surface with a post on naval nuking:
http://forums.introversion.co.uk/defcon ... php?t=7173
YOu can easily write three or four times that much about that topic alone.
Will you write such a guide one day?
Schubduse: here is my plan when DEFCON 5 commenced:
- I can repeat what I did to Synthenic. Maybe if I can do the same thing against Bastek. My carriers will be in line with the bombers to ensure maximum effect. ICBM's at Europe. 7 subs below Mexico. 5 headed for Europe (alone).
I didn't know that my silo placing is bad and when you warned me, I panicked a little and thought of this: "I don't intend to!"
I realized my silos are going to be gone so why not use them now?
Plus my attack on Europe was compromised when Bastek discovered my covert fleet.