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Teach messages: Feedback (Fearless Blue)

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The Shiekh (Fearless Blue)

Friday, April 15, 2005 - 07:34 pm Click here to edit this post
Thanks Jozi and W3C for updating the teach messages, hopefully they will be of some use to new players now. Well done :)

Might I suggest that W3C provide a link to a page with all the possible teach messages on it. This will be of twofold interest: firstly to those new presidents who want to see all the hints; and secondly to those vetereran players with established countries (who are unlikely to get such messages) to see what the game is advising people to build. In addition it will allow veterans to check these teach messages for accuracy.

Unfortunately, military teach messages have an unintended consequence. Because a countries newspaper is publicly viewable these messages can now be used by agressors to choose countries to war against with known military weaknesses. Military teach messages in a country's newpaper should not be publicly viewable.

As to the point about accuracy, I noticed this one .
Your country does not have enough helicopters for good defens. The number of helicopters is too small and the number of helicopter missiles should be about 20 to 50 per helicopter. Helicopters are effective against air attacks. 4000 are ok, 8000 to 12000 is even better. The number depends on the world you play (Fearless blue is very aggressive). If you are a member of a federation and all countries in the federation have a strong airforce, defense will be excellent.

Minor typo, "defens", and complete misdirection "Helicopters are effective against air attacks". According to the weapon spec for defensive helicopters they are only effective against land and sea attacks, ie pretty much anything except air attacks.

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