Pastel wrote:Thank you for explaining!
I just wanted to know how I can capture cities my opponents tightly defended.
A lot of the time you can't, and you shouldn't try. Charging head first into heavily defended meatwalls is exactly what your opponent wants you to do.
It is better to look for other cities towards the edges of the map that aren't as heavily defended (usually because they are hard to reach). Even if you can't realistically capture them, you can still send units there and force you opponent to defend. This all requires him to spread his units out thinner, and creates weakness in other areas. If you can stay mobile and identify properties that are going to be weak, early in the game (helps if you have played the map before), then you can have units on their way there with tempo, and sometimes win games before your opponent even realises what is happening.
If none of that works and the game stalemates then the usual course of action is to start massing indirect units, and/or build a black bomb.
Some COs are better at attacking than others, like Max/Eagle/Grimm/Nell/Kindle etc... If you do want to crash headfirst into meatwalls then you could also try one of those.