Anyone having troubles with using short stabbing swords? I find I'm only good with swords (>80 range) or any axe (eg, slashing).
Am I just bad at this game or are seaxes harder to be proficient with than slashing weapons? Any advice?
After having finished the game as pagan siding with norse as well as christian siding with anglo-saxon, I'm wondering about what happens with "weird" combinations, in particular pagan siding with anglo-saxons (Uthred for the win).
I know that raiding monasteries would pretty much make it...
You need a high trade skill, but it works for me. I think it even worked in Native? It just tells how much would that product sell in another city (I think without taking skill and other factors into account but I'm not sure). If you wait too long, it won't be accurate anymore though.
Ok then, create a different one with this instead:
Ah, I think I know what's going on - I had the same problem and forgotten. Steam includes some libraries which the binary doesn't access when run from the command line.
Put this in a text file (I called it mb_warband.sh), in the same directory where mb_warband_linux is:
Just open the file "~/.mbwarband/last_module_warband" and write inside Viking Conquest.
Your problem (failing to open the configuration window) seems to be related to your Qt library version, but it's hard to say from here.
First, thanks! This is a great Diplomacy revamping :)
Then a suggestion: why not change the stats in the following way:
Inventory management: STR (if it was possible, I'd have said party skill and leave it INT, but it's not possible, it's hardcoded)
I always find it annoying...
Is there a strategy guide available? I've gone around doing quests and making some money, but now I don't know whether to join a faction or start my own kingdom to maximise the "role-play potential". Would I lose any content if I run for king?