ohh now i remember why crpg sucks so much
I have a feeling that all the crazy spin bayoneters in Napoleonic Wars come straight from CRPG
I like to call them the wizard class, they try their best to summon tornadoes but they don't have the mana because their jumping back fleetfoot spell is always on, so instead they just whack you in the face with their wizard staff and robe of armored destruction.
I've played cRPG for like 2 years now and I really refuse to end up as a wizard, I dislike spinning, it makes the game look retarded, I try my best to not exploit the broken combat mechanics of the game so I don't spin, I don't jump back and do 360s, I don't exploit hiltslashes and so on.
You're not at a noticeable disadvantage if you have the same skill as them, it's only really retarded having to see them just training for their next circus show and getting skewered by the chainsaw haft of polearms, notably long spear and pike.
Also, my take on the spinning stab is that it's impossible to stab someone while hugging so thats why people stab the other way and turn back around.
That's why i do it, but i hardly ever use it.
Back in my day, another player looked you in the eye when in a duel, I tell you what. There wasn't any of this spasm spin bull-honky.
Hammers are really OP in SP if you have high prisoner management. I had about 2 killed and 48 wounded or somewhere around that area in most battles on a high level character in one of my SP saves.
Oh god I just fucked up. I was assaulting a castle and all my units got murdered. This was on realistic saving too. So right now I have a band of twenty recruits, all my companions are either MIA or imprisoned, and my fief was burned to the ground. This game hates me.
Is there way to create second character in cRPG?
Just do what you did for your first character but with a different name.
So how many people are in a line regiment at this point?
I don't bother really with them
What the hell is with lancers in Napoleonic Wars, I see hundreds of lancers but I don't think I've ever seen a single one of them couch lance.
I just ride in front of them while parrying downwards, their lance hits my parry, their horse keels and then I embed my sword in their face. Are people just not aware that you can couch?
So, I've heard of this game, and I might get it, I'm pretty much already sold, but from what I've heard, it's hard to describe why its so good in words, any videos of moments that are truly epic? (By epic, I don't mean 'lololo this shit is epicz' I mean more like, massive battles, amazing kills, things that just make you want to play the game when you see them.)
Watch fullscreen max quality, zooming in done in battle 2.
Sounds like a big ego, but I'm a really good player, honestly you may not see me around in cRPG anymore because of the amount of fucktards in the community, so we are gonna play Guild Wars 2 when it is out. Making our own guild with warband players
My friend & I trained all our members (the older ones that been around for 2 years) personally with lots of hours invested in each member, so we've also been around as one of the most skilled clans, although nowadays we're pretty inactive, for the same reason stated above.
So um, any tips on rebuilding an army? And how do I go about finding my companions if they were captured?
You can ask where companions are in taverns.
We are heading towards the enemy island to capture their flag when a cannon in the distance fires straight at us and hits the ship.
The ship starts sinking rapidly. The water turning gray is from the cannon impact smoke.
The smokey water clears and there is confusion amongst the small crew.
I drown after falling off the boat and the people that survive the drop to the bottom drown too shortly after.
There were 12 of us when we boarded the boat, and not a single person survived.
Alright, so I'm playing the game, and doing p good, almost completely destroyed Saranid or whatever, and their last two castles are in the territory of the Rhodoks, so I just decided I'd ask for peace to strengthen a little bit before trying to attack them.
its not in your best interest to save your sorry ass when this is currently the map
guys, is it possible to siege castles and start up a faction by just resigning from my current vassalage and taking castles on my own?
yes, that's what I did, I got good with the Vaegirs, became a vassal, realized I got enough shit from them, got out of my oath and took Asugan Castle, and in some strange strange happening, they offered peace ( i have no clue why, they usually don't do peace unless you have around 50 RTR. )
From there I went to Saranid :V
i cant figure out how to besiege castles on my own
how do it
Although, I suppose a less skilled person might have to use troops, maybe they'd have to have somewhere around 170-200 or so.
Party limit is 80 atm
Should I get out of my vassalage and try taking some castles?
leadership was the first thing I leveled up jeez, big parties beat any kind of huge skill