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Old 03-09-2011, 09:50 PM   #1
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Consortium WAY too strong at startup...

Well, I have a map, called Gateways. I made it so each faction starts off on planets on the opposite sides of the galaxy from eachother, and we all claim planets untill we meet eachother and that is where the fun begins.

I've been playing with the AI on easy for the longest time. Well, I decided I wanted it to be a little harder so I clicked it to Medium...

And now the Consortium starts off WAY too strong. They have Kedable BS's extremely early in the game.

I cant figure out in the XML how to make them weaker at the start... I tried giving them less money but they always advance way faster than the Empire and Rebellion.

Also, how do I add pirates to all planets but starting? I know its simple but ..

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Old 03-12-2011, 03:33 AM   #2
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Well, I added pirates to the unoccupied planets (yay I figured it out with no help from this absent forum!)

It seemed to slow down untill the Consortium concentrated on the Rebellion, eliminated them and came after me. Yikes.
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