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I now understand how a swordsman narrowly defeats a modern armor unit on its last leg.
If only e=mc2 trooper worked in Civ this man would’ve single handedly conquered all armies.
When you upgrade your meme to crop out the rest of the words.
Yeah, well I’ve seen those beef cakes take down airplanes before
Ya got the wrong caption. It’s “Space Marine exiting Rhino, M41”
If you’re behind in Age of War
I literally just did this on civ revolutions on 360, go ahead and laugh at my misfortune. Everything was going pretty good until someone wanted a great person around 800AD.
Not gonna lie, having archers deploy from tanks in Empire Earth is god damn hilarious.
Or red team on Taiga.
The AI once backstabbed me when I had 30k money (or whatever it’s called) because I only had 1 unit… The AI only had spears and cannons… I bought 10 tanks and won the war.
This makes me want to play Civ now.
in civ4 i always keep 2-3 warriors to the end of the game without upgrading them just for the lols
This is ALWAYS China. First they make a bunch of towns and then make another bazillion longswordfighter, to take my towns. The only problem with their “brilliant” plan is that I probably already have like WW2 tanks or something, so the longswordfighter can’t do shit.
I didn’t upgrade that swordsman because he’s tasked with building roads. I only brought him to the front lines to build a road to the enemy city. That’s how Rome rolls, baby.
Spotted the Black Templars leaking over from /r/grimdank
I’ve always wondered how the rationalization for that went.
“Sir, we’ve just finished creating the latest tank brigade.”
“Excellent. Anything else?”
“Yes. Yet another request from the 101st Pachyderm Corps to finally be allowed to use something else as their primary mode of transport.”
Truely a more elegant weapon for a more civilized time.
Is there a civ reddit ??
Kept around some Legions a city state gifted me for road construction work. They were quite nice to have, basically workers who didn’t cost maintainance. Then, around 1900, barbarian archers captured another worker units. The army was at the front. Only one choice. the Legion was deployed
And that was how a bunch of LARPing road construction workers became the hero of the day.
This is 40k.
My modern infantry vs your barbarian horde….its like if the US invaded one of those no contact tribes in the Amazon.
Uhh boss this isn’t Jerusalem
I’m still salty that my battleship lost to a phalanx on a mountain in Civ1 20 years ago.
r/Warhammer40k is leaking
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