Well don’t take it bad…
I do trust the core team on their information and even for them it is black magic.
Sorry to disappoint…
I could be wrong…
It doesn’t disappoint me and I didn’t take it wrong. The fact of the matter is it’s just not totally known, you, me, BB can analyze all we want, but we’ll never catch it all, that’s a fact.
In regard to the points generated, you do have to find a balance and that takes a lot of work. My last post was more of a question asking, where exactly have you found that balance if you’ve excluded certain objective? Like I said each different objective generates different amount of points, AND how do you know how that affects the air lift supply that you say some are reporting? Players/end user, how would they know? Because they’re supply is slow, is it the points generated? Or is it lack of air resupply? I’m not privy to normal end users reporting too fast or too slow of supply, maybe you can direct me to that?
I was on the FreeFalcon team, I rebuilt every campaign they had in the base Korea theater because they were all broken, and FreeFalcon had 3 different Korea theaters packed in to one install, which totaled 9 different campaigns and 3 eras , and got them all running and smooth, with out the end campaign timeout, it was either win or lose, though they could come to a draw. I was also a part of the FreeFalcon team that finally got the Israel theater up and running after years of sitting on the shelf, with full running and winnable/lose-able campaigns, 6 of them. So I have also got good knowledge of how campaigns run and how theater building is done from the ground up. I also can read the code, of course not in BMS as it’s under wraps.
Anyways, I’m still rebuilding the Ostee theater myself, and yep, with everything Tom put into it, all 17,000+ objective that he has in there and situated correctly, with his permission. I don’t have the time due to health and work to do it fast, so, that’s a shame. I rebuilt the then Baltic theater into the Ostee theater over 2 years ago and fixed the most glaring glitches. Tom is now not present in the public eye, but I’ll eventually get it done.
Tom built this theater as an experimental test of Falcon, and I’m going to eventually get it back out.
I’m not criticizing your decision to do what you are doing, was just asking question as to why you and whoever, think what you are thinking. I will say, and I don’t mean to be critical of you, but I believe it should be done in the style and fashion that Tom wanted it to be, a test to check the limits of Falcon and to have a great looking, working theater, that pretty much has WAY more stuff than any other theater out there.
Anyway, carry on!