In all likelihood, I wouldn't have gotten too involved. I didn't really have anything to gain out of Turkey.
AdmiralThrawn said:It was pretty obvious where I was heading, y'know with my huge military build-up. I was going to declare war on Argentina, get the USA dragged into the war, and possibly the Incans. I was going to do a pretty complicated campaign to take Buenos Aires, knocking him out. After that turn had ended and my army had healed, I was going to head west and knock out Chile, then move North, annexing the both of them.
After that, it would've been a push northwards, to take American bases and governments with American influence.
This was going to be a pretty damn fun turn.
Considering I captured a ton of Greeks, they weren't doing too good a job of staying secretive about it.Odyseuss said:Denmark and Greece were my allies all along. They were pretending not to so you wouldn't attack them, but they both devoted their navies and most of their armies.
That's why the player was so upset over the sale, and why I agreed to pay him some of the mineral wealth (I think it was a quarter or so) from the region for about 5 turns. He made out like a bandit, since the region was an absolute goldmine (and the fact that he was getting it refined in Canada, where we got an additional 30% refining bonus). It's a pity that he never did anything with any of it.Trevty said:The whole of Greenland for 4000 credits? Damn...