I thought that it might be fun to form a list of do's and don'ts in a form of the 10 Commandments Style. I shall commence with it. Feel free to post any additional commandments that may come to mind... One to a customer per post please. Give everyone a chance to participate. =) Then I shall add it to this first post.
Thou shalt not attacketh on thy first turn, saveth for a very goodly reason.
Thou shalt conserve thy troop strength til the time of the end by only attacking easy card spots.
Thou shalt leave carding spots for thy neighbors, so that they might hold them [spoils] for thee until thou needeth them.
Thou shalt not be as a Bonus Monkey in the land. This is an abomination!
Thou shall post for advice on all thy turns and thy wisdom shall be increased.
Thou shalt not hit stacks except for in the latter days, at the time of the end, when eliminations shall abound and few be found in the land. For in the end, there can be, only ONE!
Thou shalt take all thy turns, even when thou hadst heard naught; for verily, no one ever won a game by forfeiting.
Thou shall consider all of thy ways wherein thou shalt move and to do and not act rashly as the fool.
Remember the 6 player escalating settings that thy game strategy might best come to pass.
Thou shalt evenly distribute the wealth of thy troops amongst thine companies [stacks] and live. Yet not too many less thy strength be vanquished. No less then three for might but none more than five for wisdom.
Thou shalt sever thy companies [stacks] to the farthest reaches of the earth that they may be fruitful and cardeth in due season.
Thou shalt look upon thy neighbor and consider, If you remove his stack from off thy land, would not another find him easier to eliminate from off the face of all the earth?
Thou shalt never attempt the elimination of thy neighbor, till thou hast received word from the oracles (adviser's) of it's successful outcome potential. Lest thou be found giving the spoils of war and the points to another.
Thou Shall have fun and desire the same for others in the game with you. To this above all else, be thou true.
All who parteth from these ways shall find snares and traps for their souls. But the wise in heart will walk humbly and understand when to attack and when not to attack.
THOU SHALT KEEP THESE WORDS!
Last edited by Viceroy63
on Fri Jun 21, 2013 11:13 am, edited 20 times in total.