Reading the Console Reviews coming in is simply mind boggling

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Ningauble

Sergeant at Arms
As long as there is a feeling of pacing, that things in the world are happening that are exciting, developing, scary, thrilling ...something!! But its not ok to have none of that and just say - ok fight these Lords again and again and again and again and have a great time !!
Would you like to play against an underground " grass roots " revolution, like Mazdakism and Christianity, that progressively mid to late game infiltrates all cultures and eventually stands up like a ninth faction, triggering nobles' conversions, army desertions, defection of cities, etc ?

Could play a bit like "whack a mole" to start with, but this is the atmosphere of Late Antiquity, culminating in the astonishing Muslim tsunami .........
 
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froggyluv

Grandmaster Knight
NW
Would you like to play against an underground " grass roots " revolution, like Mazdakism and Christianity, that progressively mid to late game infiltrates all cultures and eventually stands up like a ninth faction, triggering nobles' conversions, army desertions, defection of cities, etc ?

Could play a bit like "whack a mole" to start with, but this is the atmosphere of Late Antiquity, culminating in the astonishing Muslim tsunami .........

is this a serious question? Is this something you're working on?
 

Sweynforkbeard

Sergeant at Arms
As long as there is a feeling of pacing, that things in the world are happening that are exciting, developing, scary, thrilling ...something!! But its not ok to have none of that and just say - ok fight these Lords again and again and again and again and have a great time !!
Not sure that this is an accurate way of describing it. The primary issue with endgame, from my perspective, is that you run out areas in which you can progress.

You have more money than you can spend.
Skill progression has grinded to a halt; it doesnt really help either that by this time most of your companions have been shipped of to act as stat-sticks somewhere.
You are geared up as well as you can hope for.
You have probably reached the max clan tier.

Ultimately, the only source of progression left is to add more fiefs and clans to your realm. It get stale fast.

However, many players probably review the game before this point and I would not be surprised if some have done half a dozen restarts (I want to wield a twohander!!) before even reaching that point.

And, its not really something that is a problem for Bannerlord alone.
 
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