well, sometimes they do.oh come on you guys, you really actually believe a computer game know how to define "attractiveness"?
I play 1.5.5 beta version now and none of the mods work. All of them crash the game, even the ones that specifically state they're compatible with the latest beta so I play without any mods for now
Thanks, and I think you're right in that you SHOULD be able to join any fight, even when you are neutral. It could seem strange to declare war on a faction just to honor some merchant contract, but who knows, maybe you roleplay such an honorable person, why not.I think the player should be given the option of joining any active battle, but it would count as a declaration of war on the party you attack. This means you'd have the option to honour your contract with the caravan at the expense of making new enemies, could also make for a great bit of game if war broke out when the caravan was in enemy territory and it was up to you to get it out. It would also be nice to be able to join a pivotal battle to help out a friendly lord/clan in trouble without having to track down another party of the rival faction to attack.
I don't know you and have no idea if you play this game for the first 5 minutes or for the last 5 months. Just wanted to be helpful, no need to get pissed over it.Do you think i am playing this game for the first 5 minutes? i know all the stuff you mentioned and implement it if possible but nothing from what you sad addresses even one of my points. So just stop it.
Female player here and I would LOVE to have this option. I would always play with this option ON, if it existed.I think the answer to this should be pretty simple and shouldn't warrant a debate. TW should introduce an option to include historical sexism in the game the same way Warband had. So have it where there's a much smaller proportion of female clan leaders/warriors, inheritance should always go to a son but go to a daughter if no other choice is given and if you play as a female character it should be much harder to gain support etc.
However this should be an option. You must remember that this game does have female players and I can imagine it would be pretty infuriating if you had to be at a significant disadvantage just cos you wanted to play as your gender. This game is very loosely based on historical factions so does not have to follow a historical narrative.
Depends on situation. And Lord. And political stance. And many other factors.executing a lord for pillaging a village would not have been considered justified back in the day in most circumstances.
Yes, and so was the executing dishonorable lords.Pillaging has been a thing since forever, and certain cultures (both hn real life and in game) reacted differently to it. While I agree some lords should be more prone to it than others, right now it servers as nice cash influx for lords, and stop enemies economy.
Yes, he makes very good points too.This video very well explained what is going on with gaming and why at the moment (and its an old video). It was in my recomended 2 days ago.
Sad thing is, i recognize this in the rethoric used for Bannerlord - "it would be too complex for the new players"
That's why I wrote "At least in village and farm areas, whereas cities were much worse in this regard"no pollution? liquified animal droppings not pollution? smoking hearths without chimneys? Sorry. Just couldn’t let that go. Your reasoning is sound. Studying Towton remains showed nutrition to be very good among rich and poor (no sugar).
Hmm, Never played no man's sky, so don't know what to answer about it.I agree once again, but take a look at No Man's sky it didn't have much depth (like Bannerlord) and that was reflected by the amount of negative reviews as well. The problem here is if No Man's sky had a 87% positive rating, they would've never improved it as much as they did.
This.You need to use it reversed.
I read the negative reviews, usually they give me a pretty good idea about the game, obviously you need to "read between the lines" and understand that the truth is often the opposite of the text you are reading.
Off course, if you take such reviews as true, you'd miss out on many amazing games.
Kenshi is a great example, "meme generation" boys leave terrible reviews because the game does not cater to them, it means it's the perfect game for me...and actually is incredibly well made.