This video explains how to make a better positioning strategy by building a game plan.
In my opinion, the best way to make a positioning strategy is to have a game plan. You don’t need to be like an artist or a writer or a rocket scientist to make a game plan. You just have to have a game plan.
One thing I would love to see is how you could go a little further. The game doesn’t have to be about the game but the game itself. It’s like the movie, except there’s a lot of other movies that are similar to it, which I personally don’t want to see.
The goal of any game is to win. In other words, the goal of a game is to build up a lead with the least amount of resources (and thus time, energy, and resources) necessary to win. When you make a game plan, you’re attempting to make the most resources you can without being outspent so you can maximize your lead. You’re trying to maximize your lead by getting more resources than your opponent.
The goal of positioning strategy is not to get more resources than your opponent, it is to minimize their resources and thus time, energy, and resources necessary to win.
A positioning strategy attempts to maximize its lead and minimize its opponent’s resources and time, and thus energy, while trying to keep their resources as low as possible. You make a game plan to maximize your lead even if your opponent has a smaller lead, because in most situations you will be outspent so you can optimize resources. The goal of positioning strategy is to minimize your opponent’s resources and time, and thus energy, so that you can maximize your lead.
The mechanics of positioning are very different than what we’ve seen in the game for the most part, but they’re similar enough that we can make our own strategy. It’s very important that you don’t try to maximize the lead, and that’s why it’s a fun way to get your opponent to spend more time on your opponent’s lead.
The basic goal of a positioning strategy is to minimize your opponents resources and time, and thus energy, so that you can maximize your lead.
The basic goal of a positioning strategy is to get as close to the enemy as possible, so that we can then use our positioning to attack them closer to our goal. The enemy will need time to catch up, and this is why you want to keep your lead as small as possible. The best way to do this is to position strategically. And thats what our basic strategy is: to position strategically.
The goal of positioning is to position so that we are able, through our positioning, to attack the enemy closer to our goal. The enemy must have time to catch up, but we have the best chance of catching up (and killing the enemy) if we position so that we are able to attack the enemy closer to our goal. When you position your units, you must have units that are able to attack the enemy to our lead.