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 Post subject: Bug or feature?
PostPosted: 29 Jun 2018, 07:30 
Serf
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Joined: 29 Jun 2018, 07:25
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Hey there,
I noticed something strange and I am wondering if it's a bug:
The AI alone is able to move ships past enemy ships by using multiple actions.
I guess when the actions of the AI are calculated and it moved the first part of troops, the result of the battle will be calculated internally and if the enemy ships are destroyed, the next action can target a field behind the troops.
This is not possible for human players. That's why many people place a single ship in front of their regions, to protect them for 1 turn. But the AI can attack those regions anyways using above behaviour.
Can you please check this or clear things up for me?
Thanks,
TMG


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 Post subject: Re: Bug or feature?
PostPosted: 30 Jun 2018, 00:52 
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AI and human actions are executed exactly the same way! If it's possible for the AI, it's also possible for humans. The same action interface/actions are used for both AI and humans.

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