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WoW Risk

Thanks for your support on WoW Risk. Are you interested in helping me write up region analyses? <Omni> ( SpeakAbility physical taunt Please, no shouting || StuffSpell arcane studentofmagic Meet the Maker ) 05:13, 23 August 2008 (UTC)

Yes, I do mind if you rearrange them by continent. Control Point reference is intended for players whose strategies are based on finding control points. This also allows for easy comparison of unit support vs. capture difficulty. Those players who are simply capturing land based off of what's nearby probably won't be looking on here to find that information. If they are, I have an adjacent regions section. On a side note, always continue the discussion on one talk page, so people can clearly read the page for a logical discussion. <Omni> ( SpeakAbility physical taunt Please, no shouting || StuffSpell arcane studentofmagic Meet the Maker ) 06:00, 23 August 2008 (UTC)
People focus on one region then expand to the entire continent if they can. If they spread it out in different continents, then their forces will be streched too thing and susceptible to attack from other players. IMO it'll be better organized if we do it by continents too along with control points. And for your original question, no. I suck at the map too much to help analyze regions. =( Darigaaz the Igniter (talk) 07:00, 23 August 2008 (UTC)
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