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Noissance
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PostPosted: Tue Aug 18, 2015 12:06 am    Post subject: [Treaty] Guide

Hello, everyone my gamertag is noissance, and i am an active player of the Napoleonic Era Mod. I mainly play the long treaty game mode, but i play supremacy as well. I am in the process of writing a guide to the strategies that can be applied in treaty mode, and i require your input on what kind of guide would help you out the most. I have created a strawpoll to gauge your opinions. The poll consists of the following:
What kind of media would you like a treaty guide for Napoleonic Era to be made on?
(Pick one or more)
embed
PDF
Simple Word Document
Series of youtube videos
Forum thread
All of the above
Other


Link: http://strawpoll.me/5243347
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PostPosted: Thu Aug 20, 2015 1:15 pm    Post subject:

Hey Noissance, the forum is only used for special occasions and not as frequented as our facebook page for example. While I generally support guides for Napoleonic Era, I can not recommend doing large guides before pending great balance changes to the civs.
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