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General Discussion / Re: Activity
« on: June 02, 2019, 09:56:57 PM »
Considering only four people, including myself have even looked at this thread. I suppose I have my answer. What a shame, this game could have been great.

General Discussion / Activity
« on: June 01, 2019, 01:18:16 AM »
Hello! I have returned after a long time of being away from the game, and it appears much more... Dead, than i remember it. It's a struggle to get anyone to respond to any messages, infact i've only talked to one person in the week i have started playing again.

How is the activity fairing? Player count feels very low at the moment.

Conduct & Design Discussion / Re: Invisible Noble
« on: March 21, 2016, 12:27:04 AM »
As far as I comprehend, map is aligned with new spotting system while on text screen you have both old and new spotting warnings.

So, when new system would be fully implemented, you would not see as you don't see now.

Old system is, if I remember well, based on mere distance and number of scouts, while new system take into account: terrain type, size of troop, number of scouts, watchtower range if applicable etc.

As I see it is mostly sensed with small troops, you have hard time to spot them.

I feel new system is flavored and more realistic, though it sometimes cause a little pain, I cannot find my own characters around. ???

I find this unlikely, as i fail to spot people with armies of 150 stand 60 yards away from my character

Conduct & Design Discussion / Invisible Noble
« on: March 20, 2016, 05:24:19 PM »
As of late i have been noticing more and more nobles being invisible on the map view. I recently tried to engage a noble, however i could not find him and had to pursue him based on the location of his prisoner, his prisoner showed on the map however he didn't, even though he was well within spotting distance.

Now two more hostile nobles have arrived standing literally right next to one of my characters, yet they still do not appear on the map. This has also been reported with one of my friends, is there a bug going on here?

Conduct & Design Discussion / Re: Unable to resupply
« on: March 18, 2016, 05:36:01 PM »
Under permissions, field named Amount.

That did it, thanks!

Conduct & Design Discussion / Re: Unable to resupply
« on: March 18, 2016, 02:58:23 PM »
Where do you do this?

Conduct & Design Discussion / Unable to resupply
« on: March 18, 2016, 01:32:33 PM »
I just captured a town and I'm attempting to resupply my army at. The town has all the equipment my troops need, however they won't resupply when given the order. The character does have proper permissions.

Helpline / Email request
« on: February 16, 2016, 09:25:27 PM »
Hey Tom, is there anywhere i can contact you over email?

Conduct & Design Discussion / Re: Thralls and resource production
« on: February 13, 2016, 06:58:44 PM »
Yes, if it grows or shrinks, the process will be much faster. If it is stable, change will be very slow.

Well, after a few weeks with no thrall change, i believe i can safely say it's not going to move. Keep in mind, the population has been growing and falling due to change in tribute as well as building as mass recruitment. When the thralls died from starvation, they didn't come back, however none of the thralls are actually turning into freefolk.

Conduct & Design Discussion / Re: Thralls and resource production
« on: February 02, 2016, 12:38:50 AM »
Disallow slavery and this will happen, but it's a slow process, don't expect much change in a day.

Does the estate have be growing for this to take place? I have had slavery off since the change and the number has yet to change.

Conduct & Design Discussion / Re: Thralls and resource production
« on: February 01, 2016, 07:36:01 PM »
They haven't changed yet, 1250 thralls is a ton. It's really hurting my economic there any way we could introduce a system of thrall slowly becoming peasants, to simulate thralls buying their freedom or masters releasing them? This only applies if slavery is barred of course.

General Discussion / Re: A Call to Fair Play
« on: January 31, 2016, 06:03:08 PM »
"actually, that was a good move" and "yeah, you tricked me there" and "hey, can we talk about this, I didn't like it".

I will say for Weaver's case, we actually talked for a pretty long time about the war as friends in an OOC manner, he's not a bad guy. He's actually really cool, we questioned each other's tactics and explained our reasoning behind things. Unfortunate i couldn't keep the conversation going, because i had to go do a Psychology project! But really, i don't think i would call him "toxic" per say, he just seems to get flustered easily. And this is someone coming from the other side the war, Kyde Estates in specific.

I would actual consider Weaver a friend (as much as guy over the internet can be a friend xD) and enjoy playing with him

Conduct & Design Discussion / Re: Thralls and resource production
« on: January 31, 2016, 12:24:07 AM »
What would you guys say is the safest way to reduce thralls, when i first started playing i captured a lot of them, which later became my Capital. Now half the population is thralls and i'd like to gain more peasants. Suggestions?

Stories to tell / Re: Imperial Civil War
« on: January 30, 2016, 05:51:47 PM »
The date was Year 8-38-5, the usual peaceful country side of Tharsis was ablaze with military encampments, thousands of wagons and tents could be seen spread out around the fields surrounding Tharsis. Within the largest tent, Garamon Kommagene, Ludvig Klaudius, Robert Yorwick, Eadhen Here, Mattais Bowker, Turan Thelassan and Creon encircled a map of the area, debating various strategies and tactics that they could employ, or be on the receiving end of. Weaver's armies were still arriving, and as the hoards filled the valley below them, they grew more and more fearful that they position would be overwhelmed by the morning. From their scouting reports Weaver's forces numbered 929 with more on the way, where the rebel's forces consisted of 870 battle hardened troops. The nobles were worried that their heavy infantry would not be able to hold the line versus their hoard of infantry, however Eadhen was hopeful. "Our archers will rain hell upon them as they approach, the lighter troops will never even make it too our line!" Eadhen roared, "Perhaps.." Mattias replied"but arrows can not kill everyone, we simply do not have enough to kill them all.. Plus, what about their archers? Will they not do the same to us?" the battle was set to happen that morning, a mere hour and a half away. Looking around the room, the nobles were all fearful, they were outnumbered, and Weaver himself was the commander of the enemy forces. They knew they had to end this here, their defeat would mean the eastern front is completely vulnerable to Weaver's order, they HAD to hold the hill. If they did not, all was lost. "I don't know about you guys, but i'm looking forward to cracking some skulls!" Garamon bellowed. "Lord Kommagene, please, we're trying to plan for a battle here.." Turan Thelassan replied, with an annoying tone. The command tent fell silent for the next hour as the commanders stared at the map, hoping for anyone to come up with an idea. Finally, the hour arrived. Everyone knew it was time, they all examined each other, said their goodbyes and headed to their forces to prepare for the melee ahead. Eadhen lined his forces up on the hill along with the rest of the shield wall, and ordered his archers to join the main contingent, he saw through the fog Weaver's forces lined up on the opposite slope, through the soup he swears to this day he saw Xia being unsheathed as is shined holy radiance among the opposing ranks. He heard them before he saw them, the rumble of hundreds of soldiers charging, the crys for blood, the occasional laugh. He turned his eyes to the armies archers, him being the closest, the order laid on his shoulders to begin the rain of arrows. "Archers! Knock arrows! Ready! Aim! FIRE!" he watched as hundreds of arrows pierced the morning fog as the order appeared out of the mist. They cared not as hundreds of arrows met their marks, killing or wounding their targets. This however, did not crush their resolve they continued pressing forwards. That is when he heard the wizzing of projectiles, he knew what that meant, "RAISE SHIELDS!" as the arrows rained down upon that ranks, the arrows were so numerous there was no where to count them all. After the rain stopped, he looked around all the First Ones survived the onslaught. "Let's really give them something to laugh at!" Yells Robert Yorwick as him and his levy charged, followed by Garamon Kommagene. As the rest of the army saw two First Ones charge they followed, the front line was made up of First Ones on horse back with heavy infantry making up most of the line. The lines clashed, the ring of steel and screams rang throughout the morning. Across the battlefield Eadhen saw him on his mount, Weaver, he narrowed his eyes and charged at him, pushing enemies out of his way with his horse. As Weaver saw him approaching he turned towards him and began charging, the two warriors were closing quickly, the encounter would never happen. As the First Ones were about to collide, a spear erupted out of the fray and speared Eadhen's horse. He turned and stabbed the spear wielding order member, he turned and saw Weaver riding down on him fast. Xia shinning as he raised his sword preparing for his charge. Eadhen braced himself, just as Weaver was about to slash Garamon Kommagene attacked him from the side, knocking him off his horse he jumped off his horse and pursued the Emperor into the crowd. That is when he lost them, Eadhen turned his attention back to the battle, he saw Mattias Bowker fighting with this levy close by, and having lost his own forces moved to join him. He was quickly being surrounded and was making troops to move backwards to the camp before it was too late. Eadhen ran over and asked the situation. "We're surrounded, i'm pulling back my forces before we're slaughtered!" Mattias exclaimed the two member's of Kyde Estates faught back to back fending off enemies and arrows alike as they moved back to try to find friendly troops. As Eadhen struck down another mortal he heard "Lord Here! Watch out!" He turned his head to see a mortal wielding a short sword charging out of the crowd, he was in duel with a mortal in heavy plate and knew if he lowered his guard he would be quickly cut down. The mortal closed quickly, too fast for any allies to intercept him. The sword pierced deep into Eadhen's side as he held his sword in parry with the heavy infantry,filled with rage he kicked the infantry back and turned, slashing the mortal's head off as Mattias as closed slicing down the heavy infantry he was in melee with. Eadhen's wounds were too grave, he could not continue fighting, both First Ones knew this. "Leave me Mattias, i'll only slow you do-" Eadhen passed out from excessive blood loss and slumped to the ground. The next morning he awoke to cheering and clinking of cups, he examined his surroundings and saw a dark tent with a shine of sunlight coming in from the entrance. The Lord arose, clutching his wound and rubbing his eyes, he looked around and saw a scroll lying next to his bed roll. He opened he scroll and read it aloud. "Congratulations on your victory Lord Here, you may return home, Weaver has been captured. This war is over.- Signed Duke Theon Park of Kyde Estates" He couldn't believe it, he exited the tent and saw Weaver bound by magical forces in the center of the camp, speaking to Garamon Kommagene. He appeared demoralized from a distance, he approached quietly and watched. "Weaver, I am sorry it had to come to this. I am sorry you lost your mind. You had the balls, You were a man who had the will and the guts. That's what I respect in a guy. And i'll be following you to the afterlife sooner or later. Sleep tight masked Emperor." Which that Garamon unsheathed his greatsword, the blade struck true, silence echoed throughout the camp. The war, was over.

The actual battle report is posted above for anyone interested!

Conduct & Design Discussion / Re: Continue Abuses and What It Means
« on: January 30, 2016, 07:30:46 AM »
Is SMF broken? Does anyone else see the above post made by a guest named Weaver, even though guests are, by forum settings, not able to post messages?

I think he deleted his account, all of his other posts have turned into a guest post as well.

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