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Do you still think GalCiv 1 is fun even with GalCiv II out?
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AP Mission 4
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by Citizen Easy Bake - 7/30/2006 4:54:01 PM

Any tips on this one?
Mission 4: Dregin interference.
part of the mission goals is to get ther othe race on your side but I can't get to other race to help me out against the dregin before hes starts wipeing out my colonys ( only get to 4 system before the other race has taken them all)


Iv tried staing out of his part of the map as long as possible but he eventualy find me.

#1  by Citizen Mark A Reynolds - 8/1/2006 6:52:36 PM

I solved that one by staying out of the way of the Drengin, concentrating on developing trade and then building a couple of freighters and sending them to Arcean systems. Establishing a trading relationship with the Arceans soon improves their diplomatic stance towards you enough to win the scenario.

#2  by Citizen Easy Bake - 8/1/2006 10:05:55 PM

I did try that.Evenutly the dregin scout finds me.
However it didnt seem to work well at all, mabey i just need to get lucky.
Also I wasnt sure how to respond to the Acrean threats
demanding money and Tech. he pretty much asks for the bulk of my cash and with only 4 colonys in range it hard to build up cash and still do what i need to fend off the initial dregin asults and build freighters. Not sure if its better for relations give in( and be financialy ruined too) and apear weak or nut up and tell him off. neither tactic seem to change relations much.



#3  by Citizen Easy Bake - 8/2/2006 1:28:30 PM

Geeze finaly beat it.
Ended up giving in to his demands every time
and gave him a colony as well.



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