Noudelle said:I do not agree with you on this.BIGGER Kentucky James XXL said:I could just as easily claim that guards in bannerlord should be armoured in gold because coins are a renewable resource in calradia.
Even though Calradia isn't a logically consistent place, the game should at least try to maintain the semblance of being a grounded, semi-realistic place even though it's not.
(Almost) No game, book, movie, etc. will ever manage to create a perfectly 100% logically consistent world. That doesn't mean that, because of this, all rules should be thrown out the window in favor of total, non-sensical chaos.
Even though I know Calradia isn't a logically consistent place, I'm willing to suspend my disbelief that it might be. If that makes sense.
That's my point. I was responding to rocco's idea that guards in warband should be more professional than real life counterparts, basing this entirely on ingame logic. I also used ingame logic to reach a similar conclusion. The result is something less believable than if they just copied history to the overall detriment of the game's internal logic.
If warband's world was more believable on its own then drawing from this logic would be a good thing, but if you try to extrapolate new facts about the world from warband's logic, you end up with nonsense.