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Old 03-03-2014, 04:08 PM   #1
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AI Rebellion "Strategy" (Or lack thereof) Glitch?

So I'm playing a medium game on the equal footing map as the empire, and throughout the entire game, the Rebellion's sole strategy has been: massive attack with often 100+ X wings/Y wings 10-20 Nebulon B's and a couple Corvets. If you auto resolves those battles, you lose, but if have even just a level 3 station and coordinate the defense yourself (Which takes often takes forever) , you can win. At first I had no problem with this, it feels great to destroy a massive invading force with just fighters and a corvete, even if it does take forever. But once I hit tech levels 4-5, and the Consortium started building captial ships, I expected the republic to start using more advanced ships and tactics... Nope. Still a fighter swarm. So, all that to say, is that the only strategy the Republic uses? Is there a way to make it use more reasonable tactics?

Noteworthy: I have played as the Consortium on the Origin of Corruption map and the rebellion does the exact same thing
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