Well, I did my best (at rushing and map control),but now I'm on a 7 game loosing streak. I recorded 2 of my games, and they can be found here.
If anyone could tell me what I'm doing wrong, or tell me What civ I should play judging by my play style, I'd really appreiciate it.
One is Me playing as dwarves against Agmar, and the other is Me as elves against Isengaurd. :( Please help
[+] Quick Lurtz.
[+] Nice early resources.
[+] Excellent surprise attack, although it was pure luck. ;)
[+] The Berserkers made quick work of that fortress. :D
[=] The upgrade was risky, but it pulled out in the end.
[-] You had a really bad lack of creativity in your choosing of your first 5-10 units. Another Uruk, how surprising. *yawn*
[-] Did you fall asleep for a minute? It seemed so.
[-]Must I say it? Stances! :angry:
[b]Overall score: 3[/b] A risky move paid off, and your opponent didn’t attack, that’s why you won. Still, a good quick win.
Overall Game Score:[b]2[/b]
Not a really good game that you can learn from, but it has some interesting things, like the use of a wall to block a path that turned against him. Only if you have the time should you watch this.
Posted on 09/01/09 @ 03:14 AM
Hey. If you want get good at the game you need to use varying tactics. One that has worked well for me is to make a scout hero with high vision health and speed. run into the enemy camp and see if they are sending forces to attack u. after that set up 2 flankes on either side of the direct route to your fortress where the enemy cant see u. then use your scout hero to lour the enemy between your two flankes and attack. once this happens and the enemy is defenceless destroy their camp. hope this works!