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Kirk Andersen
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In the solitaire game is it one of those games where you compete with your scores from former games or is there a clear way of winning each game (i.e. completing an objective)?
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Mark McG
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you play for a score, and the score is rated by the scenario. Only the Charlemagne scenario has this.
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So there are rankings of scores listed explaining your level of success(terrible, good, excellent, etc.)?
 
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27.91 Solitaire Version
In the solitaire version the player compares their performance to the historic achievements of Charlemagne. At the end of the game, they determine the number of victory points they have received as described in 26.0 and compare the total with the following performance levels:


131 or more Excellent
111-130 Very Good
91-110 Good
71-90 Mediocre
61-70 Poor
60 or less Very Poor
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Jon Akers
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It works quite well, although Eotma is essentially a no-score draw game, if you understand me. Do not expect Civilization, powers rise and fall, and a great deal of good work can quickly be undone.
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