The Frozen throne is really an interesting strategy game, wherein you get to choose among four different races—Human (if you hate the orcs, then this becomes a good choice), Orc (a then-barbarian turned goody-good), Night Elf (a great option if you’re particularly a nature-lover), and the Undead (if you enjoy being evil, and being well, sort of the immortal kind).
You can join Maiev the Warren, as she hunts for Illidan in the ongoing Night Elf campaign. Or, you may be one in Rexxar’s mission all the way through the Bonus Orc campaign. Witness a new kingdom under the ministry of Thrall unfold, and pave the way for the rebirth of the then-forgotten orcs.
Now, beating Insane AI in this game isn’t a piece of cake, especially for newbies. The Insane AI is, after all, more brutal and more aggressive, especially if you are to compare it with the campaign AI.
Why is the Insane AI a bit more complicated than other online games AIs?
Firstly, they cheat. If a player acquires 10 resources on every trip, then Insane AI actually doubles such an amount for every trip. Thus, the battle of attrition against a cunning computer is actually ineffective.
Secondly, there the issue on micro management. A player can’t just out or starve the AI under any normal circumstance. Name the spells, and the AI can throw them all at your force. Even with your combative powers, the AI is able to keep the army casualties to a minimum. Generally, lacking skills in micro management while clashing with the Insane AI is definite to result to a game over.
Thirdly, the Insane AI is exceptionally smart. They know your initial base location.
Do the Insane AI have any flaws?
Of course, they have. Despite all those advantages lie some points of weakness.
The computer can’t handle everything wisely. Yes, the Insane AI have an immense resource to their favor, but they don’t actually utilize these wisely. They don’t mind building armies or take your force down. Instead, they upgrade their base, and focus much on creeping. Take this opportunity to build huge armies on your side.
Hence, all you need to master is micro management. Doing so would give you the chance to take them down.