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New article posted: Kody's builder perspective as the Hive
This is a guide on how to stay even with tech while playing the Hive from a builder perspective in the early to mid game.
  • Diplomancy/techpath
  • Resource Managing
  • The trick for fast, efficient growth, from size 3 to size 7 for the Hive
  • Predicting b-drones (beauracy drones)
  • Options for pop-booming available
Link to the article:;sa=view;article=2
(originally posted by Kody at Apolyton - the thread was located in the Archives section and is no longer available)

You can comment in the 'Articles' section or discuss it here:,31.0.html
« Last Edit: July 23, 2012, 11:50:21 AM by sisko »
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