A Brief Alternative History of the Roman Republic

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Re: A Brief Alternative History of the Roman Republic

Post by n0kn0k » Mon Sep 24, 2018 10:06 am

Wouldn't you wanna continue and finish the job? From the screenshots it seems you only have half the map controlled.
That's one of the reasons I don't like artificial victory conditions. :)

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Re: A Brief Alternative History of the Roman Republic

Post by pavelk » Mon Sep 24, 2018 10:15 am

Hi gwgardner,
thank you for this excellent AAR! We really enjoyed it and honestly we would also like to see how it continues. On the other hand playing as barbarian can be also very interesting!
Please keep up this excellent series:)

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Re: A Brief Alternative History of the Roman Republic

Post by Hir0 » Mon Sep 24, 2018 11:26 am

Thank you for great AAR. I enjoyed it a lot.
I want to see the German Tribes AAR in the next, which I guess quite challenging.

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Re: A Brief Alternative History of the Roman Republic

Post by gwgardner » Mon Sep 24, 2018 1:16 pm

Haha, yeah, I may continue it to the crushing of the Ptolemys. I just wanted to glory in the victory for a while.

What I'd really like to see is whether it would indeed require me to crush the Ptolemys. This game has the capability for a more historical outcome, ie Rome forcing Egypt into it's fold through threat. It's great that in this game, we can recreate the kind of event that happened so often historically, where a nation invited Rome in, or a nation actually ceded itself to Rome for protection, or Rome is forced to intervene, because some other interest it has is threatened. In short, this game has a geo-political component that some other 4x games don't.

I absolutely love all the CIV iterations (with the exception of the AI sometimes and the fixed leader), but I never had that geo-political feel with CIV.

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