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No Flag PeachTree
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24 Dec 2017, 11:08

Hi, everyone I'm new to eso community. Do you guys do raid events and co op stuff?

My psn is: georglohn66
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Sierra Leone SirCallen
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24 Dec 2017, 11:10

I'm going on an Elder Scrolls Online™ raid later today. My PSN is BurgerMeister52.
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Czech Republic EAGLEMUT
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24 Dec 2017, 12:35

@PeachTree Hi, sounds like you're looking for the Elder Scrolls Online community, but we're here for the Age of Empires RTS game, particularly focused on Age of Empires III, which had used the Ensemble Studios Online multiplayer gaming platform long before Elder Scrolls Online ever existed, hence the name.
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Great Britain Hazza54321
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24 Dec 2017, 12:42

@princeofkabul is always willing to help out you new elder scrolls online folk and wont hesistate to play a few games and coach you a little, he even does it for free
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Armenia Sargsyan
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24 Dec 2017, 13:17

lol
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No Flag PeachTree
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24 Dec 2017, 22:14

EAGLEMUT wrote:@PeachTree Hi, sounds like you're looking for the Elder Scrolls Online community, but we're here for the Age of Empires RTS game, particularly focused on Age of Empires III, which had used the Ensemble Studios Online multiplayer gaming platform long before Elder Scrolls Online ever existed, hence the name.

Ah, apologies then. I might try out the game, I know some of my buddies play age of empires 2. Is this game anything like that? It looked like a really high skilled one.
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24 Dec 2017, 22:59

The game is the sequel to Age of Empires 2 and most people on this site would say it's better than 2. I think it is currently on sale on Steam as well if you wanted to get it.
No Flag PeachTree
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24 Dec 2017, 23:02

It seems like it's 10 bucks, will do!

Edit: sorry for the confusion :smile:
No Flag PeachTree
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27 Dec 2017, 07:35

Got the game and Microsoft complete collection bundle from my best friend on steam. This is ridiculously easy to play, compared to sc2.
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United States of America dicktator_
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27 Dec 2017, 07:48

PeachTree wrote:Got the game and Microsoft complete collection bundle from my best friend on steam. This is ridiculously easy to play, compared to sc2.

Mechanically yeah.
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Sierra Leone SirCallen
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27 Dec 2017, 10:52

PeachTree wrote:Got the game and Microsoft complete collection bundle from my best friend on steam. This is ridiculously easy to play, compared to sc2.

Yes but there are 91 unique match ups compared to 6 and even in each of those 91 match ups there is much variety in how they can be played.
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Greece BrookG
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27 Dec 2017, 11:18

SirCallen wrote:
PeachTree wrote:Got the game and Microsoft complete collection bundle from my best friend on steam. This is ridiculously easy to play, compared to sc2.

Yes but there are 91 unique match ups compared to 6 and even in each of those 91 match ups there is much variety in how they can be played.

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No Flag PeachTree
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28 Dec 2017, 02:43

I tried out the Indians civilization recently, and they are ridiculously strong. I managed to beat a master sergent in a 2v1 with my buddy today. He had cuirassiers, but the rajputs were very strong. Also, It was on the map Siberia, and somehow I was able to train little bombards in fortress age for 1200 gold each. Seems broken as a unit. Isn't that a imperial age unit?
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United States of America evilcheadar
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28 Dec 2017, 02:49

PeachTree wrote:I tried out the Indians civilization recently, and they are ridiculously strong. I managed to beat a master sergent in a 2v1 with my buddy today. He had cuirassiers, but the rajputs were very strong. Also, It was on the map Siberia, and somehow I was able to train little bombards in fortress age for 1200 gold each. Seems broken as a unit. Isn't that a imperial age unit?

master sergents are not too hard to beat imo, next do 1v1
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Netherlands edeholland
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28 Dec 2017, 11:39

PeachTree wrote:I tried out the Indians civilization recently, and they are ridiculously strong. I managed to beat a master sergent in a 2v1 with my buddy today. He had cuirassiers, but the rajputs were very strong. Also, It was on the map Siberia, and somehow I was able to train little bombards in fortress age for 1200 gold each. Seems broken as a unit. Isn't that a imperial age unit?

Lil Bombards are mercenaries. Mercs are units you can train from the saloon. There are always 2 mercs you can train and 2 outlaws. These are randomised each time the map loads. The Lil Bombard is a very strong merc, you are lucky to have it. Normal civs can train the Lil Bombard only in Age 4 (Industrial Age) but the asian civs (India, China and Japan) can train all mercs from age 3. It kind of broken.
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Great Britain InsectPoison
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28 Dec 2017, 13:23

This guy is beating master seargents in his second day, it took me 1 week to realise i did not need to max my vills to age lmao.
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United States of America musketeer925
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28 Dec 2017, 18:42

Maybe we shouldn’t optimize SEO for AoE3 stuff too closely. ;)
No Flag PeachTree
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12 Feb 2018, 16:59

A few updates.
1) I tried out the treaty no blockade game mode. It seemed slow and boring, but the combat was way faster.
2) I played this custom map "lost" and really enjoyed it, as my explorer got like 10 speed from the treasures. I won game without making town!
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United States of America TheInvincibleJannisary
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12 Feb 2018, 17:02

PeachTree wrote:I tried out the Indians civilization recently, and they are ridiculously strong. I managed to beat a master sergent in a 2v1 with my buddy today. He had cuirassiers, but the rajputs were very strong. Also, It was on the map Siberia, and somehow I was able to train little bombards in fortress age for 1200 gold each. Seems broken as a unit. Isn't that a imperial age unit?

You're better than some players who depend on Otto and Iroq 2 win. If you play well with India well then that means you just play well. gj bro

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