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Subject: Friendly non-commanding Phormio strategos commitment? rss

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Bill Severn
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GREAT GAME MARK!!

I feel your best yet, especially your work with the bots.

Question though, if I am the Agiads about to enter battle do I use the flow chart to determine how many strategos tokens the Eurypontids commit to the battle? i.e. none if it has any outstanding, leageu, military or diplomatic issues yet to be resolved, or do I roll a die up to 5?

If I recall I remember you doing that at one point on one of your instructional vids...

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severn8212 wrote:
GREAT GAME MARK!!

I feel your best yet, especially your work with the bots.

Question though, if I am the Agiads about to enter battle do I use the flow chart to determine how many strategos tokens the Eurypontids commit to the battle? i.e. none if it has any outstanding, leageu, military or diplomatic issues yet to be resolved, or do I roll a die up to 5?

If I recall I remember you doing that at one point on one of your instructional vids...

thanks

Bill
Baltimore MD



The short answer is use the flow chart for the 'Bot. It will usually either go all in with you or not help at all in most cases. As far as the earlier Video I did last summer, the game and the 'Bots evolved, so different than the final.

I am glad you like the game and I appreciate the support.

All the best,
Mark
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