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@GSG Luck. They took four territories that they had less than 30% chance of winning. RNGesus was very kind to them yesterday.

 

We might need to talk to Alabama about helping with containment.

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1 hour ago, Toe said:

@GSG Luck. They took four territories that they had less than 30% chance of winning. RNGesus was very kind to them yesterday.

 

We might need to talk to Alabama about helping with containment.

 

Have you gotten orders yet today?

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@JoeHuskers! Texas and Michigan are probably our main priorities.

 

BTW, if you didn't notice, you get a bonus from defending territories. Defense matters, too! We need to contain our enemies before we can vanquish them.

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@JoeHuskers! Texas and Michigan are probably our main priorities.

 

BTW, if you didn't notice, you get a bonus from defending territories. Defense matters, too! We need to contain our enemies before we can vanquish them.

 

A bonus? I defended yesterday...

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If you didn't get orders/aren't following along in the Discord... just attack some combo of Stanford/Arizona State and wreak havoc lol. 

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Meatchicken has abandoned the mitten, and is thought to be migrating southward to join up with Texas.

 

Texas had a 31% chance to take Louisiana and a 20% chance to take Rice, but somehow took both of them last night. This s#!t is why we left the Big 12...

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By the way, Wisconsin is not our friend. https://collegefootballrisk.com/territory/Wyoming/2/4

 

Wyoming, Nebraska, and KU form a wall on our eastern front. Wyoming in particular is considered one of our most important territories to hold right now, because it borders so many other territories. If Wyoming falls, that opens up four other territories to attack, which would be much harder to defend. If you're not sure where to go right now, I would suggest defending Wyoming. Iowa and Louisiana Tech we'll probably abandon to form a more defensible front line.

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I got orders to attack Missouri to stop Michigan from linking up with Texas and pushing into our territory. 

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Mixed bag tonight. Wisconsin did take Wyoming, with only a 36% chance to win it. That breaks our wall and opens up a lot of other territories to attacks from the Badgers. We also lost KU to Meatchicken, that was a cointoss fight.

 

For some positive news, we moved just ahead of Georgia Tech for fourth place in star power. We also had a few rogue players take Wisconsin's home turf with just an 11% chance to do so. They also took Illinois. The thing is, those two territories are now isolated behind enemy lines, and will probably fall pretty quickly.

 

It looks like our general strategy is going to be to defend the eastern front as best we can with our allies, while focusing our offense westward. Frankly, OU is a weak ally, relative to everyone else on our eastern front. I think they'd be better off leaving the east to us and Texas A&M, while they go fight Stanford in the west. A&M completely owns the state of Texas now, so there's that. One thing to watch this turn is the battle for Alaska. Nebraska and Ohio State both border it right now (you can enter Alaska from Maine). We want to grab and hold that one, because it's a chokepoint with only a couple borders.

 

If you're not sure where to go, I would suggest defending Boise State or Utah State.

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