alright thank you
Very true, but also very unlikely.
Prior to the sleeper revealing himself, SOL tried to land a CS on a Hive Wonder Island. However, they found it difficult to get past the nearly 40,000 BR placed in the harbor. I doubt they have much left in reserve for another attempted attack on that scale. Additionally, they still suffer from poor organization, ineffective leadership, and a lack of intrinsic motivation; all of which is evidenced by how soundly they were trounced in the World Wonder stage even though they have 6.5M point advantage (the equivalent of 550 12,000pt cities).
By the numbers, the SOL should have beaten the Hive, but they were playing catchup the whole time.
In 61 hours the Hive will have all SEVEN Wonders at level 10.
It's a pretty pathetic win, when you clearly admit you didn't win on merit.
You have admitted to having a "sleeper" agent in your enemy's alliance since the beginning of the game, despite all the major alliance leaders agreeing at the beginning of the game that we would not be using spies. (and that included the Hive). I guess everyone except for the Hive actually followed through on this. All the other alliances played an honest and honorable game.
I can only assume it's because when you saw the quality of the other players on this server, the Hive knew they could not win in a fair game.
You speak of the Hive's skill , when in reality there is no skill.
You don't need skill when your spy tells you what your enemy is planning.
And the Hive's lack of skill is clearly evidenced by the rankings in the game. The Hive doesn't rank #1 in anything.
Not in alliance score, not in attacker points, not in defender points... nothing.
Sure, you built the wonders first.. but essentially it's like playing a game using cheat codes and then winning. It takes no skill, and anyone can do it. And when you do win, the victory doesn't mean anything.
So, enjoy your hollow victory, because as you've openly admitted above, you didn't really earn it.