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Kriege7

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About Kriege7

  • Birthday 01/04/1993

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    D&D, Medieval Era (Historical and Fantasy), Sci-fi (most anything space related), HEMA (Historical European Martial Arts), Archery, Astronomy, Warfare in History, Mechs, Video Games, Racing.

Star Wars: The Old Republic Character Reference

  • SWTOR Names
    Nic'las, Ocin-tul, Mor'wynn, Emer'ikh, Alar'ikh, Nik'h
  • Class
    Jedi Guardian
  • Specialization
    DPS

Elder Scrolls Online Character Reference

  • ESO Names
    Niclas Grandell (Breton DK), Morwyn Talhart (Bosmer Templar), Kindra Cordayne (Nord Sorc), Emeric Falkson (Nord Templar), Alaric Falkson (Nord Sorc), Barnabas Morholt (Orc NB), Binx Grandell (Khajit NB)

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  1. Was attacked by the Eradicators again but managed to forever cripple them, the poor people of Horizon will live on in our memories. Gained a new friend but lost another in the process. We split the Purifiers in half and took their capital. Federations began to form. @Nova05! Your people have been breeding with the Slug people!
  2. @Malerok I'm sorry to hear that. Looking at the map, you seemed to be doing quite well, but then again it's kind of hard for me to tell what's happening on the other side of the galaxy. I supposed it can also feel really difficult having a paranoid player as your neighbor.
  3. @Nova05 What you may have to do is Impose Ideology on your Zaxoid neighbors, even though that war goal is technically Authoritarian and goes against Egalitarian thinking; so roleplay-wise, as pacifist egalitarians, you're really stuck with only Liberation and Defensive Wars.
  4. Got my colony and systems back from the Eradicators... and even took some of theirs. Next on the agenda: Grab the Yuht homeworld before the Mirovandia steal it.
  5. @Phoenix Yeah, you'll want to build up that station and try to hold it until your allies arrive (assuming they don't just sit at their capital) because they have a good sized fleet that will be a big help. I'll still need your fleet, or at least part of it, to harass the Kenjodan Eradicators; it'll be nice, just before or after my truce ends, if we can get their fleets at Procyon to follow you into my territory so that I can temporarily banish them by closing my borders.
  6. Well, the way things have played out, I would declare war on the Eradicators as soon as the truce ends, and then soon after, the other Purifiers would declare war on whoever it is that @Phoenix has a defence pact with but then completely focus on attacking Phoenix...
  7. It's all about exploiting the A.I.s tactics. The Eradicators have 4-5 fleets ranging from 1k to 2k in strength, so the only way to achieve victory is to force them to split their fleets by diverting them away from the main objectives; only ever dealing with one fleet at a time. That being said, the outcome might be better with @Phoenix controlling his empire instead of the A.I... Oh... and the other purifier empire is even worse... Once I've taken back my territory, colony, and strengthened my defences, I'll be able to assist @Phoenix with his unfriendly neighbors.
  8. ...Nevermind, I played a bit further and the OTHER fanatical purifiers are even stronger and ended up spreading out of control, steamrolling through Phoenix's empire.
  9. As shown, the fanatical purifiers completely ignored my defences and have taken root within my borders, I managed to take back the systems to the left of my capital but they still have my colony. I've played things out a couple times and I should be able to turn the tide within ten years in-game; it just requires precise timing, coordination with Phoenix, and of course some RNG luck with tech research...
  10. Hah! no, Phoenix and I are squished between two Fanatical Purifiers
  11. Pretty bad situation for me. Marauders blocking the bottom exit, marauders blocking the left exit, and an overwhelming hive mind blocking the top exit.
  12. Maybe you can free the Earth from the tyrannical iron grasp of Disney
  13. *sigh...* That's what makes it so devious... You're not supposed to fear it, you're supposed to gleefully accept it as it takes over and destroys all your hopes and dreams...
  14. I have my empire ready...

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