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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
#207 - brettyht
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(03/24/2013) [-]
Yeah, my first time playing this game, my brother had set me up against Ghandi, alone on a 1v1 map. while I was using my scout to go around the land, I had found Ghandi's empire right next to the shore, but not quite covering the shore. I send my scout through the path closest to the shore, and the next turn, Gandhi had apparently been able to expand on to the two spots surrounding my scout, pinning him between Ghandi, and the ocean. I thought that I could just walk through his land, using war as a way to get out, which I did. However, what I had not anticipated was that he had already built another city between my scout and my city, so once again, he was stuck . For over 20 turns, I tried to make peace with ghandi in every way possible, but every turn, he refused and any way possible that I could escape the wrath of Gandhi was blocked. From that day forward, me and my brother have been using the term "Getting Gandhi'd" for when you are instantly trapped and cant escape without starting a war.

Oh, and did I mention that after I had my ass kicked by this games most peaceful Hitler ever, my brother had told me he had put the gaming mode on deity. As my first playthrough.
User avatar #208 to #207 - cormy
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(03/24/2013) [-]
That reminds me of when I was making my friend play Tales of Symphonia for the first time. So I start a new game like nothing, she's trying so hard and failing so hard and I'm like "Jeez bitch I beat this was I was 14, why is this so difficult for you?"
It was only half an hour I remembered that even if you start a new game, it keeps the difficulty setting of the last game that was open which happened to be mania XD