the AI doesn't want to trade with the player in the first place since the player possibly is contesting a spot on the board the Ai wants to build on also.
But how broad is that scope of "spots it wants"!? I mean I can see if it's the next move for the AI but not any possible spot it might want or within a reasonable number of moves (ie, the risk of the trade is low). Or often a human player would concede one spot in order to achieve a more valuable spot (ie, you can't have it all )
Plus, most of the time the AI can't really decide what it's doing, it starts building towards a settlement and then trades all the settlement items away for an incomplete city, ha ha ha (although I have noticed it's been better, a little more determined and aggressive about spots... even trying to get someone by going around when blocked)
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@trizo can you comment to the use case you had. Did you roll a 7, was the knight card played, or what was the scenario? I also just posted about this on the general discussion. Please see my note below.
"@administrators @Developers You have an issue with the knight and not allowing someone to rob. I have seen it happen four times in two games. Not a case where they are robbing from zero cards. From a use case side, I don't see a correlation but one scenario I have seen is when it was moved before the roll and then a 7 was rolled and move again. That scenario was two of the four cases in which I saw. The other was just on a general knight card played. Others might can post a use case to help pinpoint the issue."
I'm having the same issue. Went out of town, came back, cities are still messed up. There is no point in playing with this issue, at this point not sure there is any reason to check back to see if it was resolved. And then you wonder why people won't pay money for this
@Administrator Quick-build is much better and faster. I only use the drag-and-drop option when quick-build does not work. Sometimes, the quick-build menu does not respond correctly. It doesn´t offer all of the possible building options, or even no options at all. Those times I resorted to the drag-(Nomen est Omen!)-and drop-option.