1vs1 Gaugamela
Creator: wyj_0081 || First Published: 10/11/2016 || Players: 2 || Size: 25x25
Categories: S-Rank, Fog of War
Rating: 7.44 in 9 ratings
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Comments:
observerandhost (10/14/2016 11:57am):
I have a feeling of emptiness for those plains, but I know it works well for tanks.
No cities in the middle so the focus may go to the corners.
Designed to be top vs bottom I guess?
Good job anyway.
CCCP (12/12/2016 06:36pm | Edited: 12/12/2016 08:58pm):
The FTA counter is off. It should be on one of the preowned bases. This is as if GE is two turns ahead for that
one infantry.
BM: Makes two infantry. GE: Makes infantry, uses FTA counter to cap base. BM: Uses infantry to cap a city,
moves infantry towards a base, makes two infantry. GE finishes capping base, one infantry caps a city, other
one goes for the second neutral base. BM caps base, etc.
BM should finish capping after GE finishes his capping, so GE is the equivalent of a turn ahead, unlike the
agreed upon half a turn ahead. Move the infantry to the preowned base closest to the neutral bases and I've give
this a nine. Why not a ten?
Due to the large spaces, meaning tank spam will dominate this map. Add more mountains and impassable
terrain for vehicles. So both indirect will be more effective and infantry will make more of a difference in battle.
a9977321 (04/11/2017 03:22am):
The problem seems to be fixed
wyj_0081 (12/22/2017 01:36am):
This map is made for FOW.
Meta Rexy (09/07/2019 04:09pm):
This map feels too big for a 50 unit limit. At least, with conventional AWBW wisdom of building a unit each turn.

If this is intentional, I do like how you aren't required to spam units non stop by the midgame.
Slazzy (09/15/2019 10:52am):
Orange Star can actually just grab the HQ’s quickly, or are those ghost/dummy units?
Meta Rexy (11/17/2019 10:58am):
those are all ghost units.



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