From my experience and listening to many others' opinions, I've seen that many complain about how we have basically no interaction with our companions, except someone popping up, regretting the villagers we have slaughtered. Our relationship with our party members has little to no impact on our...
In real life, there are multiple ways to learn a skill:
- You can go out and just try doing it yourself to learn by trial-and-error and your own experience.
- You can find resources for self-study
- Or you can find someone knowledgeable in the subject to show you the rope.
Mate, you used to be a bandit. You actually chose to go rape and pillage in the past. Now you try to tell me off while I'm waging a literal war and raid villages to weaken the nearby castles and cities?
Essentially, characters shouldn't have contradictory personalities to their backstory. I...
AI should prioritise retaking settlements belonging to their own culture before sallying off from Aserai to Sturgia to besiege the player's 500 prosperity castle.
They should also be less likely to raid villages of their own culture but held by the enemy for a certain amount of time after they...
One of the most loved features in the mods of Warband was the posiblity of making your own Troop trees, giving them the armor and weapons you wanted to enhance your play style, i was really sad to found that this feature was not included in the base game since in medieval armies nobles always...
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It would make the game so much better/ more immersive if once you established a kingdom you could select what the generic troops recruited from your lands have equipped. They would wield the swords you want and the bows you want and the shields you want. They would all dress in the uniform that...
Just three thoughts on how immersion could be improved when entering a village, castle or city that is under the player's command:
1. Let the player keep wearing armour instead of civilian clothes - I understand being forced to put on civilian clothes when walking around in places that belong...
Summary: When the spouse is in the party, they don't go into town like the other companions. I've tried marrying different people on different save games with the same result. I'm not sure if this is intended or not, but it seems strange for the party to relax in town while the spouse hides in...
At the end of every battle, our troops cheer in delight and bask in their victory! Yet our characters just stand there unamused. I think allowing us to cheer would be a nice small addition to the game that would really help with immersion. Back in Warband, I used to enable cheats just so I...
Random NPCs seem to be almost all the same. I see different faces, but not so different, and some types come back again and again. Maybe your procedural face generation is too mild. Cursors on face generator have been reduced on their extremes, so it shouldn't be a problem to let...
Here's a bunch of suggestions for the map UI, from my few 30 hours of gameplay.
-Encyclopedia: It took several hours for me to notice its existence, and more time again to learn how to access to it (other than clicking on a character's name when he introduces himself to me)
I know now...
Just a suggestion here. Wouldn't it be nice that when you are a lord/lady of a territory people treat you with more respect in the dialogues? I mean I own this city and the common thugs there are telling me to get lost, and leaders in some peasant village are speaking to me as if they are my...
It would be more immersive if the keep layout and exterior for the city, which the NPC faction rulers own, was different to the other keeps, e.g. Quyaz has a throne room more grand than the other Aserai cities as its the court for the Sultan. Whichever city the previous emperor ruled from should...
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Hey Guys, I know this sounds like a strange suggestion/discussion point but I was just wondering what everyones thoughts are on the addition of audio/visual immersion aspects of singing, chanting, shield Bashing, horns and stomping during battle sequences? Has anyone seen or...
I am sure this has been mentioned to an arduous extent (so my apologies); but there was a blog which talked about cloth physics and showed the horses' manes having some hair physics, so I have a few questions.
I understand that cloth and manes are most likely less taxing on the gpu and...