For anyone who'd not happy about having to buy recipies over and over because the store doesn't refresh, here's a small tip: The store DOES refresh recipies every time you start the game. So if you don't like the recipies it has for sale, go back to the main menu and go back into your game, the recipies will change again. May take several tries to get a specific one, but you won't have to waste money. By the way, this doesn't include the Minor Healing and Minor Mana Potions.
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If you get a Prefecture that produces Skeletons, after they've outlived their usefulness in conquering, let them build up and move some mass armies of them around.
1. It can act as a deterant if you don't have enough funds to get good units to defend an area for a while.
2. You can send the mass armies in one after another, since they're expendable and easily produced, to weaken an enemy army before you send in your good forces to take the Prefecture you're targeting.
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Halfway through Green Hills, a random, white factory that looked like it was on a Tripod appeared on my build thing, one that I don't even have... Too bad I didn't have a road I could connect it to at the time...
Once you get Throwers, a good tactic for early on is to designate 2 units as throwers, get Skunk Tail and TNT, one for each, and use them as a mix for it. They're ranged, so they'll be able to stay out of range of most enemies. Skunk tail will poison them, and the TNT will knock them back some and do additional damage, keeping them away from your throwers and helping speed the attack along.
Bad thing about the "Follow Bot" Command is that if a bot meant for distraction gets right up next to the bot it's supposed to be distracting, it may be TOO close to distract it, and it may shoot at the bot you're trying to protect anyway.
I absolutely love thi kind of game, the whole war type game that has tons of units battling all at once, and the particles add a sense of chaos and makes it much more colorful and intense. The only other game I can think of that's like this is Azul Baronis, but this game, with the upgrades and particles, far exceeds it.