View Full Version : Trust the advisors?
07-24-2010, 01:52 AM
I see the advice of the game from different advisers. This can be recommended units or improvements. Is this stuff random or is it based on some kind of logic? how much attention should I pay to the different advisers?
07-24-2010, 02:31 AM
Is this stuff random or is it based on some kind of logic?
No, it is based on your actions as a leader.
Advisors will call your attention on nuisances or possible improvements for your empire.
edit: removed dumb note
A Bucket O Spam
07-24-2010, 04:31 AM
As for the building of improvements computer advisory, some of these are unnecessary and will take up space or make the barbarians job much easier by having plenty of improvements and plenty of things to raze.
But that is just my opinion
07-24-2010, 06:30 AM
their advice (from previous games) is either obvious or useless. Likely turning them off will be better.
07-24-2010, 10:37 AM
The advisors are ok for someone who doesn't know what their doing but once you get the hang of things the advisors are usually pretty much ignored, even though they are designed to be some what intelligent.
The thing to keep in mind is they are not there to specifically tell you what is best to do, they are there to advise you only.
07-24-2010, 10:56 AM
You don't have to pay your advisors. They really are devoted to you.
he didnt mean pay, like money, he meant a devotion of time.
and you dont have to cause they will just be matters of fact that you can take care of at your own pace, on the right side of the screen they will stack up. you take care of them when you get around to it, they no longer interrupt you from what you are doing.
also they have apparently changed to more of bring certain situations to your attention, and maybe give a recommendation but that is all. no more of the stupid repetitive begin game "This is your first warrior unit" dribble. i didnt know how to turn that off or i would have, somebody should have made a mod to turn that off.
07-24-2010, 02:21 PM
Thanks all. I often wondered if the computer suggestions were any better tha what I think is good. I often get advice like allow over seas cities get independence. This seems absurd and contrary to the end of the game. Would granting independence to a large number of cities actually help me? This is why I wonder about the advice the computer gives.