He is talking about a specific time period. "We have been hitting them hard and given them little chance to recover." If you take a break from attacking, that is giving them a chance to recover, but when you constantly attack so the lords don't get the chance to recruit and train their troops before you have to go to battle (Aka 40 recruit-parties), that is not recovering. Of course everyone recovers in time, but then again neither Warband nor Bannerlord wars last very long usually. The phrase is not meant as they haven't recovered at all, but that the fact that they haven't recovered back to where they were in "total strength" as of before the war. To recover, you have to lose something.No they do recover. They have every chance you could possibly add to recover. If you want to make-believe that any battle they would have had any meaningful effect on anything, that's your business. Miss piggy and Gonzo can sing and dance about it too! The map will still be the same **** different day unless you personally paint it yourself.
What are you on about, mate? It means they have been actively hitting the enemy. When you bring in an army and take castle after castle, then of course that counts as giving little chance to recover.They still can't say they "hit them really hard" if they didn't, or "Little chance to recover" when everyone constantly recovers.
Same, bud. I feel like we're on the same page, but I prefer the old ways of asking a lord or sending a companion as spy.I miss having to talk to anybody for information, the encyclopedia could stay or be replaced by a notes scroll where you keep track of gathered info. To gather info in far away lands, you could hire a spy, something like that.
Not at all. "It's too early in the fight". "We've hit them hard and given them little chance to recover". "We've been hit hard and given little chance to recover" etc etc. All the dialouge options from Warband is still relevant.Well, what would they say in bannerlord ?"we make big number attack small number, if we ever start to win we will sue for peace."
I usually do a lot of merc before I create my own kingdom or join one, and all the companions scatter around so you have to run around and fetch them, just to add them to your party and ship them out again. In that kind of playstyle, it actually is an annoyance.My caravan companions return to my city when escaping from captivity.
Didn't work for me unfortunately. :/Is it an existing stack? There is a (mild) bug where a stack of troops able to be upgraded before the patch won't be caught by the perk. It will say you need the perk even though you have it. To fix it, just put those troops into garrison, then level a fresh stack (even 1 upgrade is enough) of that type and pull the rest out.