Roger Neilson 3
From: Bedlington, Northumberland, UK
From another thread:
The plus ("+") sign tells Google that the search term has to be present in the results (as opposed to just increasing its score/ranking if it happens to be present), while words in quotes, of course, searches for the entire phrase as opposed to each word individually.
I have had quite a bit of success with this formula to search for, e.g. posts with "training" and/or "mission":
site:matrixgames.com +"War in the Pacific: Admiral's Edition" training mission
Or, more strictly (each result must have BOTH "training" AND "mission"):
site:matrixgames.com +"War in the Pacific: Admiral's Edition" +training +mission
Or, even more strictly (each result must have the exact phrase "training mission"):
site:matrixgames.com +"War in the Pacific: Admiral's Edition" +"training mission"
What is challenging is telling Google to find posts by author, e.g. Depending on things, you can just do:
site:matrixgames.com +"War in the Pacific: Admiral's Edition" +Alfred training mission
but, of course, this returns any page with "Alfred" on it anywhere, rather than post specifically by "Alfred" mentioning "training" .
Fortifications are only ever degraded by assault, combat engineers are the best fro this though by themselves they get killed. Generally the larger the adjusted AV the better to take down forts. Bombardment does nothing to them at all. Bombardment disables and kills defenders, disables and destroys enemy guns and generally disrupts and fatigues the enemy - however it can also do the same to your own troops by inviting counterbattery fire.
An unplanned dynasty: Roger Neilson, Roger Neilson 11, previous posts 898+1515.