Who's got time to be an imposter. 🤷‍♂️

I am out of my depth 90% of the time, always diving into areas that are foreign to me, you just need to enjoy the buzz of knowing you are coming out the other side more knowledgeable then you did going in.

But if you do get overwhelmed with this condition, step back, take a breather, and use that moment to think things through at the big picture level before moving forward again, sometimes the right solution is hard to think off when you're to focused and drowning your way through a bad one.

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    I find this exciting especially when it's so new that literally no one else in project knows how to do it and it's up to you to do the research. I realized something while I was playing Warhammer. I had multiple runs of that game.

    First try:
    I attacked everything in sight. The good thing is I reclaimed all my settlements, got rich and powerful. The bad thing is I attacked even those that aren't mine so I have people banging me in every hole and despite my powerful military, they don't get enough time to rest.

    Second try:
    I attacked too late. I've been too careful. Now all my settlements are claimed by my allies. Since I have only one settlement, I earned very little money to even put up an army. At this point, there's no point playing.

    Third try:
    I attacked fast then I stopped as soon as I reclaimed all my settlements. Now I'm teaming up with the powerful ones to fight the less powerful ones.

    The point is: There is none. I just came here to blab about the game.
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    I find this enjoyable too, unless there is pressure for fast results and\or the assumption that you have to ask others for everything you don't know, only to get answers that leave you more confused that before.
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    @rutee07 that was a bit left court, although I never did get into warhammer
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    @rutee07 wait, Warhammer or Warcraft?
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    @Ten91 Warhammer, specifically Warhammer 2.
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    @rutee07 sorry to be nitpicky - you're talking about Total War: Warhammer or another WH-base strategy game I don't know?
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    @Ten91 Total War: Warhammer II.
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    Absolutely agreed. Heck i do it always. Half a year ago i coudlnt imagine being part of SODP team with just the few commits i did there. And here im. Went to camera HAL where i had no clue what i was doing. Came out porting it all fully functional.
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