That still will be VERY difficult to keep track of over more than a few minutes.you can't see if someone is pausing, but you can se if he does commands while he paused (e.g. droping food, microing lumberjacks, building farms/houses)Better to just set it at 50 palas for example.
And there is no legit way of discovering how many pauses are used is there?
and since there is no money or anything involved i think that people would stick to a "no pausing rule" if there would be one
still the same. just wanted to upload it properly ^^could you tell me your pop sky? Don't have the ability to check the recorded game atm ^^
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The same count for villager production. If you want to be precise you sum the villagers % being trained in the TC's, and add that to the total. Because you can have 1 vill 95% ready like i did. But that is too complicated. There is a luck factor in every game, like the behaviour of the deer. It is not a problem.Let's say you do a boom and you have 5000 resource collected at 30:00 minutes. Next game u do the exact same boom but you have 4750 res at 30:00 but 5250 at 30:01. A third time you could have 5250 at 30:00.
It's kinda completely random as one second difference could potentially mean half of your vills dropping off resources or not dropping off. If all can agree that's it's semi accurate and are willing to continue with it then I'm fine with it though ^^
People do that?and for the next challenge maybe there should maybe be a rule considering gamespeed and the usage of pauses ...
if you have a buildorder u can check economic stats and idles/stucked vils etc while pausing..gamespeed i understand, but what is the advantage of pausing? It is not that there is much unusual going on to be thinking about strategy...
Really? I'm an SP noob. That is lame.. building while paused.in SP you can do everything while pausing ... like when you reach castleage you could press pause, que a vill and buils all 3 extra-tc's and unpause afterwards, so you don't lose a single second while building the tc's