OK I'm no expert but I saw a few fatal flaws in your strategy. First off you should have built a dock and put everyone on food so that you could quickly upgrade and get a head start on your rival player. Instead you kept making more villagers and expanding in the archaic age while neglecting food until you made your fishing ships. Once you had finally upgraded, your opponent had already massed a fleet of kenebits, of which you had no defense to stop and neglected to make any. You had no land army what so ever and you lucky the Isis player didn't make any either until he had won the sea battle and it was certain that he would win any way.Once you lost the sea battle, you had virtually lost the game. I recommend that you upgrade earlier and defend your ships early on. You possible could have regained yourself by taking the upper hand on land as the Isis player also had no army. You could have raided him.You weren't too bad but you need more practice I guess, perhaps a revision in your strategy :)
- The pharaoh
[Edited on 01/07/09 @ 07:57 PM]
Posted on 01/09/09 @ 03:03 PM
Ok, what he said above. Also, once you lost on the sea, he had basically free unnacostable food supply, not neccessarilly what Egyptians crave, but. Also, remember counter units. You sent wave after wave of murmillos against varios archers of his, which was pointless. You should have been making a mix, especially Turma, since you had multiple thousand resources of wood and gold, but no food.