TheGreatNads wrote:He never made very good strategies, didn't know how to use his talented offiers, supply problems....
TheGreatNads wrote:Lady Zhuge wrote:Don't say never. That's digging yourself a hole.
I never have thought highly of Zhuge Liang's basic strategies.
Cao Ren wrote:i really didn't see too many talented officers except for zhang ni and zhang yi, I dont see how his officers affect him losing when hes calling the shots, he had the command
Lady Zhuge wrote:And how does one moron in Ma Su's failure to follow directions constitute your generally false statement of Zhuge Liang not knowing how to use his talented officers?
Cao Ren wrote:i really didn't see too many talented officers except for zhang ni and zhang yi,
Lady Zhuge wrote:If the commander gives commands and the officer decides not to follow it, then that officer obviously affects the success of the campaign.
Case in point: Ma Su at Jieting. He disobeyed Zhuge Liang's strategic plans and lost Jieting.
CaTigeReptile wrote:(which he really wasn't),
CaTigeReptile wrote:he would have probably used his more offensively-based officers in a more offensively-based strategy: For instance, if he really was attacking, he would not have spent all of his time planning a successful retreat.
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