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Very comprehensive, looks great!
Quote from: Evanovic on April 24, 2012, 12:57:22 AMVery comprehensive, looks great! +1
Thanks for the guide but I didn't see foot guard listed under the units section. What is foot guard exactly?
COMMANDER BATTLE; BOT COMMANDSAs the leader of your squad, you will be able to command your soldiers during a battle.Choosing the right commands to give your men can be the deciding factor between aglorious victory and terrible defeat.Like many modern games, Mount & Blade: Warband: Napoleonic Wars uses a two-stagedsystem for giving commands. First, you select the general category of the command andthen you select the specific command to issue. Note that, as soon as you have pressedany of the above keys, the game will display an overlay menu showing you the availablecommand options.There are three general order categories which are assigned to function keys F1through F3. These are: ‘Movement orders’ (F1), ‘Formation Orders’ (F2) and ‘FireOrders’ (F3). Once you have selected the order category, you may give a specific order inthat category.- 56 -Movement Orders:• F1 - Hold this position: Instructs your men to stay within a short distance ofwhere you are currently standing. They will fire ranged weapons if they have one,but will not move to engage the enemy in melee unless the enemy comes closeenough. If you press and hold down the F1 key rather than tapping it quickly, thegame will show a movement flag at the point your look direction intersects withthe terrain, and you will be able to order your troops to move to a specific spotin your area of sight.• F2- Follow me: Your men will fall in around you, or travel to wherever you are,and stay close as you move.• F3- Charge: Give your men permission to break ranks and pursue the enemyindividually.• F4- Stand Ground:• F5- Retreat:I think formation orders is a little mislabeled, not sure:Formation Orders:• F1- ADVANCE TEN PACES:Your troops will walk in the general direction of theenemy by ten paces and hold there. *Should be F6 IIRC*?• F2- FALL BACK TEN PACES:Your troops will move back from the generaldirection of the enemy by ten paces and hold there. *Should be F7 IIRC• F3- SPREAD OUT: Troops will increase the distance between each other.This order is useful for reducing your casualties against enemy archers orcrossbowman.• F4- STAND CLOSER: Your troops will shorten the distance between each other.This order is especially useful for preparing your infantry for a cavalry charge.• F5- MOUNT HORSES: All troops who can ride a horse will try to find a mount• F6- DISMOUNT: Sometimes you will want your mounted troops to fight onfoot, usually if the terrain is not suitable for cavalry.Fire Orders:• F1- HOLD YOUR FIRE: Ordered troops will not use ranged weapons.• F2- FIRE AT WILL:Ordered troops are once again free to shoot at the enemywith ranged weapons.• F3- USE ONLY BLUNT WEAPONS: Ordered soldiers will only attack the enemywith blunt weapons, reverting to their fists if necessary. This order is useful if you - 57 -want to avoid killing your enemies and want to take them prisoners.• F4- USE WEAPONS AT WILL: Cancels the ‘Use Only Blunt Weapons’ order.Soldiers are free to attack enemies with lethal weapons.
Quote from: Gragnok on April 24, 2012, 01:00:40 PMQuote from: Evanovic on April 24, 2012, 12:57:22 AMVery comprehensive, looks great! +1+2
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