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Agreement sequence - interpretting the "map" of agreements

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Alfred E. Neuman
20 August, 2016, 4:20 AM UTC

Can someone explain the nuances of this signing degree order? In the agreements window I see lines that cross, sometimes with a circle at the intersection, I see some lines are gold,some are silver. I already have Crete, Carthage, Taras, all the Stymp, Delphi, Eleusis

If I decipher the symbols in this window correctly, I can next sign any of these: Argos, Capua, Genoa, Antioch

If I sign Genoa, I think I can then sign Rome. If I sign Antioch, I think I can sign Cannes. It is not clear which combination of those are needed to be able to then sign Sparta. Or maybe Sparta requires at least some of those PLUS pella. It seems that signing Delphi is NOT enough to then be able to sign Corinth because Corinth seems to also require Olympia.

Thanks for your help.


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ONLINE.ALIEN
20 August, 2016, 10:58 AM UTC

hello


i was confused too , but u need to sign sparta and genoa, so its gonna take while.

i had the same idea like u, but sparta blocks them so u will need all the agreements down below before those last ones open.
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Alfred E. Neuman
20 August, 2016, 3:37 PM UTC

ONLINE.ALIEN said:


hello


u need to sign sparta and genoa, so its gonna take while.


u will need all the agreements down below before those last ones open.

I can sign Genoa next since I signed Carthage. So that won't take long at all. Can you tell me why Genoa is important?

I want to be clear about your next statement. Are you saying you can't sign Sparta if you have not signed Pella? And if so, does Sparta require others above to already be signed (and if so, which of Genoa, Antioch, Rome and Canne must be signed before Sparta can?)


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Prometheus
21 August, 2016, 2:27 AM UTC

jeffwinchell said:


ONLINE.ALIEN said:


hello


u need to sign sparta and genoa, so its gonna take while.


u will need all the agreements down below before those last ones open.

I can sign Genoa next since I signed Carthage. So that won't take long at all. Can you tell me why Genoa is important?

I want to be clear about your next statement. Are you saying you can't sign Sparta if you have not signed Pella? And if so, does Sparta require others above to already be signed (and if so, which of Genoa, Antioch, Rome and Canne must be signed before Sparta can?)


Hello Archon,

You can't sign Sparta if you have not signed Pella.

No you do not need to sign the other ones which are roman type units to sign Sparta at least if you choose to go from the way after Olympia.

It's the best row of aggrements to go for and the longest though, but all these units come in handy. The roman/carthaginian types above are more like supportive,extras and for other part of the gaming.

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