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Forcasts Way Off
#1
Hi all!

My food forcasts from T1 were way off from my T2 results (by something like 37% under). I must be overlooking something. Do the forcasts not take into account seasons or something?

Regards,
~Jason
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#2
The forecasts do take seasons into account, but not pcs you may have lost. If you want me to take a look, send the relevant data to ded127@aol.com. I am only in the games below.
 Lord Diamond

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#3
Thanks to you, I realized what accounted for the difference. One of my armies took a village, so that unanticipated village's production was added to the actuals and not in the forecast.

Thank you so much!!!

~Jason
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#4
also troops died during the combat does not consume food, so the forecast may appears to be underestimate.
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#5
(07-16-2013, 01:37 PM)Lord1 Wrote: also troops died during the combat does not consume food, so the forecast may appears to be underestimate.

Lord1,

Aren't you a Fall of Rome guy? Are you also in Alamaze?
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(07-17-2013, 02:07 AM)Ry Vor Wrote:
(07-16-2013, 01:37 PM)Lord1 Wrote: also troops died during the combat does not consume food, so the forecast may appears to be underestimate.

Lord1,

Aren't you a Fall of Rome guy? Are you also in Alamaze?

Yes, I am a Fall of Rome guy
Yes, I am also in Alamaze, more of a cheer leader.
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