Nice declaration love me some star wars, good luck BIP!
Buddy, recruiting top members of tan already weak enemy causing them to buckle completely with the first op is NOT a real war no matter how much it hurts TEA's ego.Its always interesting to me how people love o 'real wars' in relation to TEA, leaves me wondering what is a real war. Weren't antz/WET F/2hard real wars?
Buddy, recruiting top members of tan already weak enemy causing them to buckle completely with the first op is NOT a real war no matter how much it hurts TEA's ego.
To be fair, this is really the first large scale war we have seen so faron this world, in which i highly doubt one side or the oother will buckle soon. It will be interesting to see how it all goes down, interesting to see TEA's counterattack.
@DA, thanks for continuing to lurk w90 forums, you provide good reads, both interesting and experienced opinions.
Raavna, not sure how to explain it to you, but when you are not such a quality player in game, your posts can be ignored doesn't matter how many gifs u add to them.Welcome to
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I'll have a candid confession for you: If they will throw nukes ramless as you are doing it...your wishes to them to have luck won't be enoughWishing TEA a painful death choking and asphyxiated on those bananas.
BIP- Good luck.
TEA vs BiP - An analysis
[SPOIL]Your face statement is rather illogical and far from the realism of war. Even in the most realistic sense, wars are done through a combination of other aspects such diplomatic trades, strategic recruitment and obvious brute force, saying a war isn't real simply because not only brute force was used is rather ignorant, in fact thats akin to saying that a tribe hasn't fought a real war if diplomacy was involved for instance.
P.S: I honestly don't understand how one could separate say recruitment for instance as if it isn't an acceptable mode of retaliation.If there are weaknesses and inefficiencies that prevent a tribe from being holistically stable then they should obviously be exploited this extends to not just recruitment but taking advantage of isolated fronts, weaknesses in a tribe's diplomatic relations; these are all related and indeed impacting on the success of a tribe. This is not simply confined within the dimensions of tribal wars but even to the real world...
Therefore i think its rather petty to try to trivialize a tribe's success is such areas by saying 'uhh well there are no real wars cuz recruitment'. I'm not a spokesperson for Tea neither do I have an 'ego' to protect (anyone who knows me can attest to that), but I simply don't see the credence in your statement.
Furthermore i would like to know how you define the term 'weak' in your statement above, 2hard declared on TEA; that's hardly from a position of weakness imo, so in that sense i would like to know your defining characteristics that determine whether you consider a tribe weak or not.
Please Do reply.(anyone else is free to)