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benbever wrote: He can definately beat Colin, unless the map is very big. He counters Colins early game by having cheap units too, and his middlegame by spawning units. He only loses to Colin if Colin somehow manages to last long. And Hachi is that much broken, half cost units on all cities is pretty broken, piperunners on cities too.
Hellraider wrote:All I try to say is that she mostly isn't as strong as +def COs like Von Bolt or Javier1T. As I said before
Hellraider wrote:Kindle has a mostly nonexistant day to day.
Great arty placement. I don't know whether there were Com Towers on the maps or whether you had a CO with an attack bonus, but Kindle wouldn't have been able to 2HKO the infantry on the property for sure.
I have example of games too where I didn't get a lot of attacks from cities. Like every game I played in the last few months.
Blight is calculable like everything else.
Setting indirects on cities is standard for Kindle, but not for her opponents. Directs like defense more, indirects don't want to be attacked.
Note that usually people don't attack tanks on cities with an own tank
Hellraider wrote:Not my problem if you feel that way.
I personally think Colin is way better than Hachi. His d2d is better, he saves double what Hachi saves, and more likely to be able to build a key unit much earlier.
The problem with Hachi is that if he saves up 60k and uses a power then his 60k will be worth 120k... but only for that one day. That means he has to spend it all in one day or lose it. This is quite difficult to do during COP. Easier during SCOP but that is more expensive.
His SCOP isn't fail either, it totally wins games on small maps.
Kindle units with High Society and 17 properties have about as much attack as Grimm with his COP.
Ultra Storm wrote:Gameplay is better proof than theorycrafting
SmackCakes wrote:Ultra Storm wrote:Gameplay is better proof than theorycrafting
Proof of what?
Sothis wrote:Except it doesn't prove that, unless the players are of equal skill.
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