Got nothing to do with the subject. Pleas try again, or better don't if you fail to follow the subject.
The relevance that you stopped playing because this strategy, like you said, ruined your fun due to the added time constraints and the "impossibility to cope with it" on the long run. However, others were facing with the same situation and somehow they were able to survive it with minimal to none morale and account damage. Honestly, it's damn hard to discuss the topic with someone if he is unable to follow such, pretty obvious comments and rather relies on their arrogancy.
Another wall of nonsense. I tried to figure what you are so eager to say but couldn't. You have been contradicting yourself so many times that it's getting confusing.
If you could actually show them, instead of merely stating that, it would probably help getting your point.
Why I'm so sure? You are talking mostly as if you face a few hundred incomings where you can move around troops and find out where the fakes are, so on.
I find it funny that you think these can't be done with several thousand incomings. I mean, the whole discussion started as you were saying like "this strategy is killing the game as there is no way to keep it up against it on the long run" (due to always rebuilding, labeling and such). I was merely saying that's interestingly not the case for a lot of people who can do all these, or can actually prevent a couple side effects, with way less efforts that you considered necessary.
The difference, once again that you already decided it's impossible, where as I was already seeing and experiencing it a few times, on various worlds that it is possible. Still you are trying to agressively getting your point accross despite the fact you were already acknowledging that you miss the relevant knowledge to the point you even thought this whole catapult thing is some kind of a new-wave crap.
Oh dear. Defending against 3000 attacks during one week is really nothing to worry about.
Sorry, but you were ignoring several bits here. First, it has been also told you that they were constantly under fire in the past 10 months (just check the local ODD increases). Regent was receiving attacks prior and after it, this week has been grabbed out and been used up as an example from the many as it has been a pretty famous(ly failed) Wisdom op in the past, with time consuming preparations and with high expectations on their behalf.
Of course, the whole situation happened after the Corridor has been under massive fire for months already (and the op itself is interesting from our viewpoint as it was designed to be a "last straw" for Regent, and force him to quit the game. At the same time there has been another op on Mennomen, the only other bigger [BA] player on the same K, and there have been attacks on the whole corridor with the intention of totally pinning them down. I could add a couple other things but then again, we would speak too much about the concrete situation. I might have falsely assumed that due to most of these things being public knowledge, you are either knowing them already or will either accept it as an example or easily gather the relevant information.
By focusing on this tiny segment of the war and the Corridor bombardment, we could actually check how a mass nuking works and can be defeated, as the typical symptoms are all being there (even the intention of forcing the target to quit the game), but of course, even if I didn't add all details, it's not happened in total vacuum as you prefer to (falsely) speak about it and thus mistakenly using it to back your points (therefore falsely), even though I was specifically asking you to check the maps and statistics if you want to base your statements on this example.
I didn't fail. I got bored to death and quit AFTER they stopped attacking me.
Sure. Nobody has ever failed at this game, everyone who quit just got bored and left just after something (and just before something else). However, you were stating maybe a dozen times now that you mostly got bored due to the mass nuking tactic, so after all, you failed to keep your morale and it ultimately made the job - it'a been a last straw for you. So your statements about it are a bit contradicting...
I don't twist anyones words, that's not my style. At least not by purpose. But I do think we are misunderstanding each other here.
I think it's more than just simply misunderstanding each others, and as such, unfortunately, it's getting pointless.
I personally don't care if you continue thinking that "mass nuking" is boring and cannot be defeated on the long run, though it's a bit hypocritic knowing both sides (and on all worlds, all sides) are commonly using this tactic, so making a fuss about it like if that would be something "new" and "unwanted" is a bit weird.
It's actually a fact that most westerners were able to withstand constant and focused bombardment several times and will continue doing so, while the ones like you will continue quitting when facing with the same thing. At the end, if it is important for anyone to actually grasp the concept of how the attrition damage of a mass nuking can be neutralized, those interested players are the ones quitting due to this tactic. However, nobody can help on people with deaf ears.
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