How to make troops and civilians get into boats and ships? The game play is different than AOE.
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Hi! I started playing this game early and I have questions ... the units have two speeds walk and run, how is run o walk command?
tjere are strategies against rushes with ram sieges? i am from Argentina.. have patients with me..
Is there a way to modify the engine to do that on my local copy? Is there some "developer-mode" I need to be in to make that work?
I play elephantina Map, and cant build ports or traverse the River, its a bug or error?
I was playing a 2v1v1. I was allied with another player. The others were AIs. I was defeated. Is it possible, as a human, to control an AI after being defeated?
If not, please implement it!
Hi, how can I capture a gaia elephant? evereysing I trayed didn't work.
In the most recent version of 0ad Alpha XXII, one of the new updates are with the troop animations (Ready, relax mode when running, jogging, walking, or idling). How can I set my troops to these different modes? The new animations are simply amazing, but I have no idea how to put use of them.
Place: Scroll down to "New Graphics)
I've been playing this game for some time, but am becoming impatient with the near invincibility of seige rams. Basically, all an opponent needs to do is get several rams and all my defenses are toast because none of my units other than elephants seem to even phase them.
Is there a strategy I am missing to defend against rams, and if so, what? Otherwise, I think the game needs a tweak to offer some method of resistance to them.
Wood, and fish come to mind. It'd be really cool if they replenished if you didn't clear cut or overfish. It'd add a new level of strategy to the game.
Can someone help me with this, please? I started filling out unit pages that have links, but no pages, and I realised I didn't know how to do this, or even how to make a link to another page in the the unit box either. I figured out the link thing through investigating unit boxes on other pages, but I'm stuck on the whole picture thing.