Searry wrote:If you're playing against AI, maybe Caesar's civil war as the Pompeians. The AI could have a minimal chance of winning.
arsan wrote: On some cases the turn number can be misguiding...
Durk wrote: I have some ancestor from the Pequot War to the War of 1812 in each of these conflicts, and even a couple who are named leaders in the game, so I did enjoy this tour of WIA from a more personal perspective.
SMikh wrote:arsan wrote: On some cases the turn number can be misguiding...
Oh! That's important for me because I try to choose the longest content among others to get a maximum value from the game.
Given this fact I sooner choose a chronological order of playing all AGEod` scenarios.
Septimus Severus 193 AD scenario has all stuff:
- 3 sides to choose, long campaign without to worry of short ending (and you may edit end date or just play after victory screen)
- nearly all provinces available in scenario (a rare thing in AJE)
- and you may become sole ruler of all Roman world in the end.
To make it more playable and less historical you may play it with +200% unit allowance or just edit all units to 999 possible of all kind for every faction. Then only resources count (as it was IRL).
Scenario has officially 49 turns, but it is easy to increase it in scn file and in that scenario it is logical to play longer. This is no railroaded scenario: opponents can do different things than their did historically.
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