qwert wrote:I dont think so, because you dont get big bonuses,like you get in dass scloss.
But we can not know before first game on map,right. We can not know precisely how will these work,because we dont have testing area for that.
I have the opposite opinion.
You need to hold 8 territories, all in a different part of the map. But, to go to each part of the map, you run into another player.
That player will keep attacking you because you can't eliminate them, so you need to put a deploy as large as the player's right next to them, so that you can focus the rest of your troops elsewhere.
This means that for it to not be impossible to take control of the bonuses, you need 3 troops minimum per person so that you stop the players down to 1 territory from taking them back.
So, that means you have to get 4 men (3 for keeping the player inside, and the next for some profit) from each area around each player. At first I thought you would not be getting enough men, but when I look at it, that is just 6 territories and a Hoplites.
So it is possible to keep someone inside the starting point, but is it worth it? You take over the next player, and then gain nothing much. You might have 1 or two extra troops, but you are too weak for invasions yourself. The troops you deploy there are being depleted by the person attacking you, so when a second person comes in, they release the 1st person, and you start all over.
The main point being... with such small bonuses, or small amounts of bonuses... you are capable of taking over a region, yes, but you don't get enough troops from it to hold it once you encounter a third player.