FABIO I could never make sense of this game. Seemed like the only way to win was to choose the "weak" battle command and form a static trench warfare front until you wore the other guy down and then get the bad endings.
Going for a good ending by blitzing with the "strong" handicap required buying a hint book to find all the hidden shit.
Potrod When I played Ogrebattle 64 I had no idea that the alignments had any affect on anything and thus got the shittiest ending. It didn't help that when they gave me a decision to make I always made the bad one (fuck the revolution!) because I'm a bad person, but giving towns alignments still seems arbitrary and dumb.