A hammer and a sack against a submarine?

3 Replies
Lord Oberon
15 July, 2016, 4:44 PM UTC

A hammer and a sack against a submarine? 

Do you think the loss of troops is the end? Captain, during World War I, sailors left without the support of submarines used crazy tactics. Late at night, a smith and a few artillerists would get on a raft to carry out a cunning plan… Once they noticed a periscope, they would quietly get close to it and wrap a bag around it or simply smash it with a hammer thus rendering the submarine ‘‘blind’’. The submarine would then be forced to rise to the surface, where the artillerists were waiting for it. 

Do you agree that losing troops is no big deal for a true warrior?

Oberon, Heir of Veyon, Scion of the Firstborn, Lord Regent of Stormfall
UTC +2:00
16 July, 2016, 3:08 AM UTC

Around a month or so when I started playing I end up with nearly 0 troops, but that was due to my own mistakes. Well, now I'm good lol

Losing troops will happen to anyone, the only thing that matters is "what for?" To measure the size of your cannon? for the league? for personal gain? Or to amuse yourself?
Fighter Sifr of Fellowship
UTC +0:00
16 July, 2016, 2:51 PM UTC

@Lord Oberon,

Your story from WW I has nothing with your question.

Big warriors never lost its troops. That's reason why they were big warriors.

Even Gods / imagined heroes couldn't/cant win without help (troops).

UTC +0:00
21 August, 2016, 5:39 AM UTC

losing troops happens in war. the question is, do you have suitable tactics available to make those lost souls deaths count for something?

got any better tactics than who can buy the biggest army?
UTC +0:00
1724163 users registered; 43137 topics; 270985 posts; our newest member:gregoryjhoover