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Post time 17-4-2011 18:03:43 |Show all posts
I play several other browser based war strategy games very similar to Mythopolis. All the other games that I play have some way to move your city from one place to another. I haven't found how to do that here. Can it be done? If so how? If not why?

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Post time 9-8-2011 17:44:08 |Show all posts
i have the same question here too

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Post time 11-8-2011 12:15:13 |Show all posts
The only times I've seen the ability to move cities allowed is after a server merge. "If not why?" seems like the wrong question. Cities don't just up and walk. You can concentrate your Pioneers and attention anywhere you want, but stone don't easily move much once it's positioned. It takes a long time just to demolish a building in this game, when you want the space.

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Post time 14-8-2011 10:40:56 |Show all posts
Correcting myself. At http://myth.koramgame.com/2010/0905/article_20.html one reads, "4. Alliance Territory... Leaders and Vice Leaders may relocate the Alliance cities for the betterment of the Alliance." Alliance is an aspect of the game I'm not really familiar with, but it says what it says. You can try http://cs.koramgame.com/, though that's generally a forelorn hope. If you persist you mght get something useful...

Or not. It's like consulting an oracle. Consider my latest experience: I asked "See question K1108091718162. Try again. If I'm in a city of 300 and accept the task "Recruit 600 soldiers for every citizen (Population) in your city", that's 180,000 soldiers. Again, HOW MANY UNITS IS THAT?" Here is the response: "Hello, Thank you for your feedback. Unfortunately, the game is working as intended and we can’t help you in this case. Your feedback will be considered by developers when designing future updates for the game. Thank you for your understanding and support! We value your feedback. Please remember to grade our response and help improve our service in the future. Enjoy your game!" I'm convinced the response is boilerplate from a menu and generated by a single mouse click. What does it have to do with the question? Nothing.

Anyone know the answer, btw?

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