Rekindling the Flame 2: Enemy’s enemies are not my friend

This game has the best starting with the worst luck. The Timurids are war with Qara Qoyunlu in the early game. It is a very good chance to back stab anyone of them. Of course, I will stab the weaker one since it is easier. However, in this game, their rebels actually defended the nation they revolt on.

The geographic location of the Caspian Sea is not too bad to spread institution, especially with high development provinces.

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It is chance!

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That’s attempting, but I am going to attack QQ

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Attack them while they are on recovery

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AQ must have a lot of AE after this

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Oh thanks Armenians

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Since the mountain regions are the furthest I can attack and don’t want to crush the Armenians for QQ, that’s the best I can have.

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Now I realized I need a high development Caucasian province *looks at Shirvan*

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Watch how I am going to kick your ass, Armenia!

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Shirvan has no ally, so it is an easy target for me.

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Accept culture then convert religion of course

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AQ is busy with Armenia? Seem like the Timurids are going to lose a friend

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And Kazan can’t make to Iran anyway

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Uzbek saw the opportunity too

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Persian separatists defending Timurids

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Persian separatists will die for the Timurids

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It is hard to siege a coastal province without bloackades

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Alright, time to take down those Persians who attack Sassan Perisa

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A few years later, my new ally AQ and I picked on QQ again. We now have advantage in quantity.

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The Armenians were crushed and rised up again

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Finally done with raising developments in Shirvan

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