Knight at Arms
I don't get what you mean here. How does noble troops being very common make the game more fun? From what I and others here have seen, all it does it make the game less interesting and less fun.I had no issues with this, this is make more fun game for me, I don't like gird lot
The problem with that theory is that the AI doesn't artificially restrict themselves on what troops they hire.and I love more options, gave more freedom to choice and more way to had fun to play, if one don't like it, then simple choice not to hire those troop, just pick other, it's that easy!
If you choose not to hire elite troops in order to experience a more varied army composition, you're putting yourself at 2 disadvantages to the AI - you get less recruits per village visit, and you get objectively weaker troops. The game is grindy enough already without handicapping yourself like that.
Also it just isn't fun for players to have to artificially restrict themselves to make a game more interesting.
Far from giving the player more options, flooding the villages with noble troops actually gives them less options, because noble troops have a totally linear upgrade path.
How does it ruin your game to have noble troops in sensible quantities?I don't need my game to be ruined by who don't like option or want to ruin game by more limited.
The thing that's meant to balance Vanguard and give you a reason to recruit them is that Banner Knight recruits are uncommon, so in order to have a decently sized cavalry contingent, some of them would have to be non-noble cavalry to complement your noble cavalry.So petty much, normal solder should get first free mount upgrade, so it's make sense to use more often vanguard than bannerlord in cheaper way to get. I'm not sure about other, but this is one thing I don't get it, what is different vanguard and bannerlord other than normal and noble class?
This would work... except for the fact that Banner Knight recruits aren't uncommon.