What scenario do you like the most?

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What scenario do you like the most?

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Hi, I just tried 1805 until now... But I think I'll give a try at 1792... Anyone tried it...

Is it a problem with Poland considered a minor nation?
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I'm playing 1792 Poland, and it's a lot of fun. Also very challenging, since you start with no merchants, no diplomats, no navy of any kind, and three nations that don't like you a whole lot surrounding you. There's a Polish AAR up here somewhere, I think.
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Yeah, I'm not interested in playing poland tough :) just want to kick it!
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Hey, don't be kicking my Poles !

I think all of the campaigns with the smaller Nations can be a lot of fun, but over all, they are also a little HARDer to come to grips with
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Started with the Brits(1792).  Prussia now own's Hanover.  So I am trying to get her back.  Going to have to reread the manual thru.[:D]
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for England, remember, while you have a good Army, it is small, and really can not take alot of damage or have much staying power, so most times, they do not want to get into a land war, or if they do, get into one out of the way

Englands power is in the Sea and in the banks, buy others to do your dirty work

as France, I alway love it when England takes over a Protectorite, easy meat for me
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Thanks Sarge I'll remember that. Ive already had a hard time against the french and now the prussians.[:)]
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for England, remember, while you have a good Army, it is small, and really can not take alot of damage or have much staying power, so most times, they do not want to get into a land war, or if they do, get into one out of the way

Englands power is in the Sea and in the banks, buy others to do your dirty work

as France, I alway love it when England takes over a Protectorite, easy meat for me
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I've only played the 1792 campaign as Russia and have enjoyed it. In the first game I attacked the Ottomans first and this allowed Poland to build up. In the second I attacked them from the first turn and they barely got started but quickly got allies to help them out.
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Am playing 1792 as France, pretty much everyone hates me, great fun [:D]
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I only managed to squeeze in one serious play so far, as Prussia 1792. I thought I'd be safe after negotiating a defense treaty with both Austria and England, so I dow'ed Saxony. I took their cities, but the Russians decided that I was not playing nice so they stomped me with their army which was twice the size of mine. :(
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I like 1792 the most.  It's a little challenging to survive, as France, the first year or two, but it gives the best overall strategic possibilities, especially with the advanced economy.  Not having Nappy around is a bit of a bummer, though.
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I really hoping you guys will be giving Path of Nappy a try, it is a bugger, you need planning and the goals are pretty tricky
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Yea I will definitively try that out, just need to figure the game mechanics out first.
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My current obsession is to find a way to win as Bavaria in 1805.
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