MrMundy said:That would require the AI to be able to react intelligently in sieges. Which is almost the opposite of what we have seen so far.
jacobhinds said:Meh, it's about an even 3way split between Europe, South America and Asia (as a whole, including russia), and the USA from what I've seen.
No, but it very likely means we won't be seeing parties of 1000+ like a lot of people were suggesting.The Mighty McLovin said:That doesn't mean that we wont see parties with hundreds of men however.
And? I would've been shocked to see another posted already. This is the norm. Especially considering we're getting more info in March.joei160. said:OK, 727 MESSAGES ON THIS BLOG. WHERE'S BLOG 13? IT'S BEEN MORE THAN TWO MONTHS NOW.
There was mention in something once. Don't remember if it was a blog or an interview. But it was a pretty clear "no there will not be a co-op campaign".GingerMan said:I don't think so, all of the blogs I have read haven't mentioned co-op campaign, and neither has any of the interviews (Or atleast the ones I saw)
But I honestly hope they don't add Co-op campaign, would just push the release date further and further away, I can't wait any longer.
I've considered that before. But I somewhat doubt they would show off a screenshot like that with improper city ownership. Doesn't seem like a normal thing to do when they could easily show it with proper owners instead. It would be like if for Warband they showed a picture of Sargoth, but under Veagir control, and then made no mention of it being captured. Why would they?SenorZorros said:I guess you're right. that could mean that praven and suno will indeed be part of vlandia. it could also mean they are conquered.
Never noticed those parallels to history. Given the whole Swadia vs Rhodoks, and those parallels you mentioned, that would actually reinforce my thoughts that some of the various Imperial factions might largely be in old Rhodok territories.SenorZorros said:I furthermore believe that swadia is modelled after the holy roman empire due to its central location, germanish name and the fact that the kingdom of rhodoks once was part of it which mirrors the empires struggles with the Italian cities.
Actually wasn't Praven the largest city in the Empire? That would give it plenty of reason to be a central hub. I know Suno supposedly has the most similar culture to the Empire, but I seem to recall that Praven was the Largest city. Regardless though, neither is the Capital as far as we know.SenorZorros said:actually, Suno would be the major hub since it was the capital of the Calradic empire. if anything I expect Praven to have a lot of Vlandian influences.
Actually Warband was an expansion, a standalone expansion. They're actually a fairly common thing. Just because you don't need the base game doesn't make it any less of an expansion.loonyreaper said:You do realize you cant actually call this mount & blade II right? The second game was warband, because warband was not an expansion but a separate game it is the second M&B, calling this II means your trying to sweep either the original or warband under the rug.
I don't think it's a necessity. Changing the font would just aggravate people who don't like whatever new one is picked. And I doubt it would do much for immersion considering the text you're changing is NOT actually written anywhere in game.Pilum said:It still looks bad though. There are easy to read, more stylish medieval fonts out there. Just saying...
Umm... We do? I haven't seen anything of the sort so far. Source?RoboSenshi said:We know there will be ships, sea travel and hopefully sea battles
Here, let me google that for you.TheBarbarianGamer said:
My bet is they're gonna leave it vague and open to interpretation. They've drawn a few lines, such as it's obvious the Khuzaits are related to the Khergits, but not going to directly connect them. It's a good method to avoid picking winners and losers.[15th]Harvain said:Wait and see, it might be some factions actually eventually combine (during or outside of Bannerlord's timeline) that become some of the modern factions. Another option is that these groups eventually are conquered, eliminated, and their remnants are absorbed into nearby cultures.
It shall be interesting to see how it plays out.
The problem with that is the Rhodoks are Swadian rebels, they rebelled against them some time before Warband.Alebrig said:Well if you think about it the rhodoks had a Scottish vibe going on so a battanian origin would make sense.
I don't think there is much to be that confused about, I'm almost certain they are the Vaegir ancestors. Given their affinity for the bow and their location on the map.578 said:There is a bit of confusion going on about battanians but we will figure it out sooner or later.