Hispanic Clustering Noob
Dyslexic Noob I: "Oh, the name of the game implies the settings are different?" Turn 1 surrender.
Dyslexic Noob II: "Ok, now I know the settings, I'm back for more...noobsense. I have a foolproof plan: I can't pick Lisbon, Alexandria or Rome to get their ZERO bonuses, so I will pick the warlords directly next to them! I can't lose!" Takes Lisnon...turn 2 surrender.
[Due to Dyslexic Noobs inability to use logic and look at the settings, all future games have a message shown in the game lobby before they join: "light fog + lower bonus values + 3 starting territories with 1 army." So there is no excuse for more noobsense.]
See No Evil Noob: "I clustered France, that army in Britain can't see me through the light fog!"
Mr 6500-Games-Played-Therefore-I-am-No-Noob-and-can-beat-you-9-of-10-times-on-real-competitive-settings-Big-Fat-Noob, Game III (he lost the first two before this thread started in convincingly noobish fashion):
Mr 6500-9-of-10: "Play a truly competitive game with me and I will win 9 of 10 times." His template: 2 games of Europe 1v1 (5 starts of 7 armies, NO transfer only, NO attack only, 75% luck AND 1 game of the same settings with AUTODISTRIBUTION!
That's called an obvious counter, son.
"Am I really so predictable?"
Chances of victory on the autodistribute, 100%. Result, lost. "I like to really destroy those neutrals. They are more dangerous than the enemy. You never know when they might turn into a color and start attacking you."