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Gug Eyewalker 01-10-2007 02:29 PM

Complaints about the AI
I guess this is the age old complaint about playing an intelligence that is mere clockwork without the spark of human creativity.

Unfortunately my internet conenction at home is not really fast enough to play this game online in galactic conquest, besides it would take weeks to play a proper game.
What I jsut dont get though, is why the AI for the Empire and the Rebellion, rarely builds star destroyers or calamari cruisers.

The Empire should be building fleets of ISD's and one or two SSD's. But Whjile I already have about 4 keldabe battleships playing as the ZC the biggest the rebels and imperials have are assault frigates and victory cruisers respectively.
They will attack my bases with large fleets of these, but they just dont have the punch to properly assault my big space stations.

I want a challenge!
Someone come over and play with me!

Docter_Aap 01-14-2007 07:00 AM

they don't build em because they don't have the intelligence to build a SS level 4 above a planet that builds them.

Darth Badguy 01-15-2007 11:23 AM

I let the empire conquer Kuat and Mon Calamari and they still won't build IDS...

Admiral_Thrawn 02-04-2009 10:24 AM

Its really irritating, I know. Whilst my fleets are en route to crush the Rebellion they are tossing fleets of X-Wings and Frigates at me . . . too easy . . .

My Star Destroyer alone can crush a damn-lot of Rebels, not to mention those Consortium pups . . .

This needs to be dealt with, right now im having Star Destroyers against X-Wings . . . and with the Excecutor at the head of our fleet, they aren't excatly effective per-say . . .

LordJhredmo 03-05-2009 10:25 PM

It might even be best to just start a new thread at this point, Admiral... Two years is a long time. If any of these people are still here, I'd be surprised.

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