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    Default What's the intended/recommended difficulty setting for 2.35A R3.5?

    As the title states, what's the intended difficulty setting for 2.35A R3.5?

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    Default Re: What's the intended/recommended difficulty setting for 2.35A R3.5?

    The recommended difficulty for Europa Barbarorum 2.35A R3.5 still stands at Hard Campaign difficulty and Medium/Hard Battle difficulty.
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    Default Re: What's the intended/recommended difficulty setting for 2.35A R3.5?

    There is good info on this in the guide page 3.
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    Default Re: What's the intended/recommended difficulty setting for 2.35A R3.5?

    Yep, Hard Campaign, Medium Battle is the way to go. One disclaimer though - Hard or Very Hard Campaign mode will cause the AI to more likely win autoresolve battles. Since all naval engagements are autoresolved in M2TW, you have a much greater risk of losing embarrassing defeats against smaller navies. Also, your relations with all other factions will slowly revert back to Mixed instead of Outstanding, so maintaining good relations is much harder. That doesn't mean you should play Medium Campaign - in that mode the campaign AI is neutered and cannot hire mercenaries, giving you too much breathing room and an exclusive pool of units

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