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Nice to see progress!
I had this long message, but I think only my final point is important:
"My point is not to say that sjws are retarded or right, well, they are retarded, but so are the people saying they they're retarded, but rather, that arguing about the state of society is stupid while arguing about the arguments about the state of society is not."
It's the actual link itself, if I see a small link I assume it's unimportant or advertisement, like, a link to a friend's blog or something like that.
And that was my friend's fault... I should seriously stop commenting the second something goes wrong...
Now i'm getting desyncs all the time, like, at 0 seconds into the game.
Oh, downloaded the patch...
You really should make the patch more obvious for people who have difficulty finding things like me.
I encounter serious errors, what do?
I must say, there's too much cavalry, like, every tournament is just like normal mount and blade, which is a shame.
It's a cool mod, but there are no "ideas", like, there's the obvious "mount and blade with vikings" but what about raiding coastal and neutral cities? Or what about the fact that there were no kings with supreme power? Or the fact that there were no stirrups so you couldn't use both hands for weapons on horseback?
I've been to... Wait, do you mean Netherlands in Europe or do you mean whatever the "Kingdom of Netherlands" is? Because let me tell you, there are no mountains along the coast in the Netherlands in Europe. What did you even mean by "the Dutch coast"?
Shouldn't the option/choice depend on the governments stance on intervention? If the government repair broken factories and homes some people will be (for some reason) ******.
Oh, and 5% of the population is like 1.7 million people if we go by google's population of California 2000, which is a bit much.
There is already press rights, and free press is part of that. Expanding on "press rights" could be done, but I think it's better to fix what's broken instead of adding features and then fixing them.
Compulsory church attendance. Since that was, like, a thing.
Possibly compulsory school attendance, not too sure about that one though.
It keeps desyncing, why? Are there any fixes?
inb4 kebab removal.
Can we ever get an actual changelog?
Because I would like to know if for example china at earliest start if left alone will still conquer pretty much all of asia. Last game china had all it's cores, was westernised and had just declared war on mughal horde with conquest casus belli (since mughals wasn't westernised).
Hell, just make westernisation impossible before like 1820 or something because at 1604 you have a few techs you can research but then it's like 50+ years without any tech.
I wish you the best of luck, keep up the good work!
As a jack of all trades, master of none kind of modder I suggest people who want to start modding to first learn how to use a computer, like, try installing code:blocks and setting it up with gcc -std=c99 (not for any good reason other than to get used to doing new stuff on the computer) or installing some linux-dist in vmware and playing around in it.
After that, simply pick any game that isn't AAA (since they're usually pretty hard to mod) and look for any file you can open with a text editor, and start to edit.
Try to find where the data you want to change is stored, for example: in relic games (CoH, DoW and DoW2) I think they use .sga files, so simply google "sga file editor" or "how to mod dawn of war".
I recommend that anyone who wants to start modding starts doing so on mods, since they're way easier to mod, like, I learned how to mod relic games by constantly having to change max limit of units in ultimate apocalypse.
I also learned how to mod c&c generals by having to go through every new version of everything and pretty much removing maxsimultaneoustypeof (or something) from everywhere.
You don't really need to read a book about modding really, just make sure you don't give up. The only way to fail at modding is to give up.
A few problems with that:
It would legally speaking be a hassle.
Those without portraits would look much worse in comparison.
Someone would have to look for good frames/scenes for a portrait, one where the face was clean and in focus, which is rare for any non-major character.
A moon base? Sweet.
Also, "- Some GLA units use English voices. Fixed.".
Not really, as toxin general rpg troopers sometimes talk English when attacking tanks.
And the seas shall burn.
Does the blood overlap (that is, if you kill 4 enemies on white floor is there one 100% red pool of blood)? I couldn't see very well.
It would be awesome if the blood pooled so that you could paint the floor red just by killing more and more.
Hnnnghh, the waiting and hype hurts.
I can't wait to play "ffa" (basically unjustified teaming against one guy all the time) and banning said guy from playing practically anything that makes him survive while at the same time preparing to backstab my "ally".
Don't reply to me, I just thought I'd point out that there might be legal consequences if you can import maps from minecraft in a commercial game, such as some lawyer or similar contacting you and saying "stop that, you're not allowed to release a map converter without [us accepting it]". You should be able to release the map converter as a "community mod", thus not really making money off it and not risking getting a cease and desist order from mojang.
Game seems cool though.
Minions of the Dark gods,
together we shall reap a bloody harve --
Umm... You... You forgot the "st" in "harvest".
Now only if fuel tanks could spill when they felt fuel under them, then you could build amazingly good death-traps that required no micro. Just have 4 fuel tanks in a row, the three first on fuel-proximity and the last one on normal proximity, then when the enemies sends their scouts they wouldn't just trigger the first one and reveal everything.
Or I guess you could simply trigger it to damage so that it leaks when shot/burned.
2... I guess... It still sounds a bit too silly though, add some guttural noises instead of the "brrromm" and it will be ok.
What about items that certain pokémon need to function completely?
I'm talking about evolutionary stones, [that steel mantle or whatever onyx needed to hold while being traded], Arceus plates, etc.
Also, how will those "needs to be traded to evolve"-situations work?
>You don't need to type in the gender symbols for Nidoran, it will ask you which gender you want to choose.
You should be able to pick gender for all of them, but if that's too hard at least go through the entire list of pokémon that evolves differently depending on gender such as Snorunt, Kirlia/Ralts or... What that it? Oh well.