Star Wars Conquest is a Mount&Blade module which transforms a medieval world into the far, far away galaxy... with the same premises than the original game, this module offers an open sandbox where the player can do anything he wants. Based on a Galactic map and hundreds of planets.

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Recruiting Jedi/Sith from troops (Mods : Star Wars Conquest : Forum : Suggestions : Recruiting Jedi/Sith from troops) Locked
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Aug 22 2010, 11:38pm Anchor

It would be nice if there would be an option in the camp menu to examine the troops for talented Force-Sensitives. Basically, it would let you convert a couple of non-droid random troops of any level into Jedi Hopefuls.

RevanShan
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Aug 23 2010, 6:06am Anchor

It sounds possible but difficult.

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Gizka
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Aug 25 2010, 3:24am Anchor

Yes, if this option will appear very rare. Otherwise the whole galaxy will be overflown with Jedi.:)

Aug 25 2010, 11:24pm Anchor

The option doesn't need to be rare, the success rate just needs to be low. Limited to once every time you recruit/rescue new soldiers, ideally, but more realistically limited to once every few days.

Gizka
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Aug 26 2010, 7:35am Anchor

Sounds good. You are absolutely right about the low success rate. It must be very low. Otherwise it will be pointless to build a Jedi academy.

Aug 26 2010, 11:21pm Anchor

Or you could limit it to only being available *with* the Academy, the option existing to give you an extra shot at Jedi/Sith - the Academy finds Force sensitives among the civilian populace, and you're just checking through your own troops.

RevanShan
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Aug 27 2010, 3:50am Anchor

That would be cool. But the important thing is how difficult it is.

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