Anyone who has the platform can e-mail files back and forth to each other. I’m good friends with the people I play with, so we don’t bother e-mailing dice results after each roll. We take our turn, save it in a recognizable file name, and e-mail it back as an attachment. The person then takes their turn; repeat process. We trust the other person is being honest and not rolling each battle until it comes out the way they want it. Saves alot of e-mails.
I’ve never played by e-mail with others, so I don’t know what platform is being used by most people. One guy I play against regularly is involved in tournament play at Flames of Europe- they use a completely different platform- you manually set the board every turn. The one I told you about is a little more user friendly according to him.
AI difficulties are always easy. You can include bids, LL, technology, and a few other options.
its ff time, get your priorities straight