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Topic Subject:A Computer That Cheats!?!
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Clubman
posted 08-04-04 04:46 AM ET (US)         
I was once fooling around in the Scenario Editor, and for no reason I placed a enemy Town Center and I gave the enemy no supplies.

I clicked test and after a while I saw a enemy Villie pop out of the TC.

What the!?! the enemy has no resources!!!


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Dr Lorenzo
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posted 08-04-04 05:41 AM ET (US)     1 / 6       
Odd. Must have had something to do with .ai or .per.

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Andrea Rosa
Clubman
posted 08-04-04 05:17 PM ET (US)     2 / 6       
Maybe you were testing on 'Hardest'. CPU players gain extra resources when playing on that level.

Or maybe another CPU player allied of that player tributed him, allowing him to train a villager. Provided there was another CPU player, of course...


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Ingo van Thiel
Clubman
posted 08-07-04 07:21 AM ET (US)     3 / 6       

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Or maybe another CPU player allied of that player tributed him, allowing him to train a villager. Provided there was another CPU player, of course...

If you weren't playing on hardest and there was another computer ally with resources, that's very likely to be the cause. If one computer ally has more resources than the other, he'll automatically tribute him. I had this problem myself with the Ghengis Khan campaign five years ago.

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Andrea Rosa
Clubman
posted 08-07-04 11:32 AM ET (US)     4 / 6       

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I had this problem myself with the Ghengis Khan campaign five years ago.

*sigh* I've this problem EVERY time I make a campaign. The easiest way to avoid this (without handling the .per) is to not give Markets to the tributing CPU players.


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Clubman
posted 08-08-04 00:48 AM ET (US)     5 / 6       
The enemy was in the Stone Age and it had no allies.

Just a Stone Age TC.


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posted 08-09-04 06:37 AM ET (US)     6 / 6       
Mayve the computer learnt to type 'pepperoni pizza'?

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