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PostSubject: Note on Battle Strategy for Games and Such   Tue Aug 06, 2013 9:42 pm

Machiavelli is good... But Sun Tzu is sooo much better. They cover different grounds in the field, but I have found sun Tzu's translates into much swifter victories. There is no philosophy in Sun Tzu, only maxims of army warfare. They are both the same author, in a sense, high councelors to the local prince.

 

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