Why? wrote:... I still beat you in every statistic ... noob partners determining the outcome.
Ahh the sweet sound of a good scalping.
But alas, the suffering of this knave does grow boring to the King, so I will drop another hint to improve overall gameplay. The objective of team play is to win as a team, and it is no coincidence that my partners typically emerge as victors whereas yours emerge as cinders. Try accommodating your tactics to those of your partner with an eye toward reducing the warfighting capability of the enemy. There are no stats for "enemy silos destroyed" or "enemy airbases destroyed," nor is there a direct way to measure the resource-sapping "tactical pressure" placed upon an opponent. But, if you'd like to get better, consider that you trailed in each such category, most particularly the last.*
*While I have not consulted the replay, it seemed to me that your so-called "noob" partner set-up his fleet in a rather positive fashion hoping that he and you would double-team North America quickly. By selecting your artic tactic, you delayed any such double-teaming, allowing us to double-team him before you could even become a factor. Die and learn perhaps.