Alot of the negative reviews I have seen for this mod are because of some beef said person had with the modder
Whatever those beefs may be, this mod is awesome. You get a huge great map that resembles that of the Game Of Thrones universe
Cities are unique and match that of the show, weapons armor all from the show.
Easily my favorite mod for warband
i love this game. it is amazing and i cant wait for the 3rd one to come out! i am always playing it but mostly on my phone. this is awesome! this game is fun and addicting and i will probably never stop supporting this game. im probably gonna record me playing it on my youtube channel sometime which is named Bad Luck Angel. Thanks for being so awesome Scott!
This is a very useful mod.
for example, it helps you notice some very bad injuries, bleeding, etc.
there was a time that i did not use this mod, and then i did not saw that one of my colonist was actually dying.
yes, off course, there was a warning message, but i don't look at the messages very often so, he bleeded to death.
with this mod, i could see bleeding, and so, i was able to save a few colonists with that.
to the creator:
nice first mod! it does not even look a bit like somone's first mod!
keep it up! :)
i love almost everything about this, it doesnt even feel like mount and blade anymore, but thats a good thing, the siege mechanics, with the destructable gates, the castles now looking as they should for lotr (im used to blood in the west) and the new ways to recruit soldiers, and their way of forcing you to do tasks, which to me were a redundant feature in native with the villages being lootable. i also like that you can play as a dwarf, and the race specific armours.
however i dont like it all, the elven armour, doesnt really look elven, like from the films i mean, id rather they looked like them, and uruk'hai, dont have crossbowmen, they were in the films, so i had expected them to be in this...and im also not a great fan of the isengard troop tree, its very hard for me to get an uruk'hai army, i like the uruk'hai, not orcs, but im stuck with a large number of orc anyway!
there is one other small problem, the shire, bree, these iconic places arent in it, im not sure if they plan to add them later, but i thought theyd be a big part of it, wasnt the shire shown being destroyed by the Uruk'hai in the movies as part of a vision...if you play for the twilight of man then id have thought theat would be in it!
There's something about the atmosphere in this game series which is unique, and although each of the episodes have something or the other that makes them stand out, this one is still the complete package that captures that feeling best.
The game can be very gritty and somber, but also charming and funny, and even though it is more science fiction than fantasy, there's a pervading sense of the possibility of something magic happening just around the corner.
I keep going back to it.
The mod is great the new crafting system is realy good alot of people atualy role play on this and don't just play to war and kill everything they see. Overall the mod is by far the best mod i have ever played but when it is at peak time at around 200 players the server can be a little laggy but the devs are paying out of there money without donations set up yet (I think)
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I'm not sure this one was worth the download. The setup and the house are pretty creepy, and the music is decent enough that the overall house feels solid.
At the same time, I was expecting something a bit more at the end... I was tensing up expecting something, but nothing came.
This, overall, is what made the game feel shorter than it should have been.'
The font of the letters was very hard to read, too, with every 'T' looking like an 'R'
This mod provides an interesting 'concept', but with a bit of an awkward delivery.
The player has done something terrible in the past, and is now due for punishment for having done such a terrible deed.
The nature of this was supposed to be episodic, given the download available is episode 1, but since there's no other release, I'm going to guess it never makes it to episode 2.
I feel as though it's impossible to judge whether this could have been better, but even for an episode 1, it's painfully brief. For what's available to play, there isn't much to gather.
The narrative is told via two forms of text box. The dialogue presented is done in such a harsh manner that it kind of makes me chuckle initially more than feel any remorse. Actually all the dialogue kind of makes me laugh as it seems to have that 'so-bad-its-good' movie quality to it. I don't know if this is intentional. I have to make it clear that I like the dialogue in this, though. It makes me laugh.
This is where the mod mostly shines, however, as the actual level design is a little off in places. Not blocky, just a bit newbie-made and confusing. I feel like the puzzles in this are easy to get stuck in an unwinnable state, as most objects in this are breakable, including the required ones.
There's a song in this that I feel like was intentionally made to hurt your ears. That's not nice. It also seems to build up to something that doesn't happen, so I don't understand its purpose. Use easy to remove headphones when playing, or just don't use headphones.
It's kind of a forgotten relic: it's not terrible, just mediocre for now.
It's a really awesome concept, five nights to survive and keep grueling animatronics away, all while discovering Fazbear Entertainment's deepest darkest secrets. Not all can or will be revealed, which is how Scott Cawthon leaves us hanging, in an absolutely beautiful way. Discovering secrets throughout the game, like the children possessing the animatronics, or the murderer taking Golden Freddy's suit, no one knows what'll happen at Fazbear Entertainment.
Makes Kane's Wrath feel like a true expansion with entirely unique factions all around... Honestly KW needs more of this epicness. Steel Talons is an actually playable faction, ZOCOM feels good, NOD is even more insane, and Scrin is a mutation nightmare with Reaper :P