|20:23:15 Nov 16th 09 - Lord Wraith:|
Casting Anger from ********** upon Noonehome with 78% chance of success... and Successful!
|20:44:49 Nov 16th 09 - Mr. Kobuskan:|
If you cast Hapiness a few times, morale will go up above 100% till about 112%(did not see more then that), but the tick after it falls to 100%
Used hapiness a lot while i was playing halfer to boost morale on a high experienced adventurer army, i had the feeling more treasures where found that way.
|20:47:54 Nov 16th 09 - Lord Wraith:|
I know about Happiness, its Anger thats confusing me... We checked literally 5 minutes from when I cast so he couldn't have used Happiness :\
|20:50:40 Nov 16th 09 - Mr. Rijstwafel:|
@Kobuskan, i casted happiness a tick ago, i went from 97% to 116%, waited a tick, and still have 116%...
|21:47:56 Nov 16th 09 - Sir Lanoc:|
I think it is that when the morale drops below a certain point your troops become weaker. Not sure at all though. And out of curiousity, why did you cast Anger on it when your kd mate had 99% chance on it?
|21:48:50 Nov 16th 09 - Lord Wraith:|
Because I wanted him to have 100%?
|21:49:53 Nov 16th 09 - Sir Lanoc:|
Fair enough. Seems a bit excessive to me.
|22:00:43 Nov 16th 09 - Lord Wraith:|
Not at all. It means less losses and a slaughter, so no resurrected armies coming back for a second beating.
|22:14:28 Nov 16th 09 - Mr. Knish:|
My two cent's worth is that it appears that morale is more important to the attacker, than the defender. I've noticed a real increase in % before attacking when I went from 97 to 100. But noticed very little change when I dropped my opponent's morale with anger.
|23:13:56 Nov 16th 09 - Duchess Mama Bear:|
not sure but it could be one of two reasons... 2.33 99% 3.0+ 100%
|07:17:43 Nov 18th 09 - Mr. Yes Twamao:|
you angered them. what do you expect? Of course they got stronger!
|23:37:21 Nov 28th 09 - Praetorian Wyzer:|
Knish has one very good part of it posted, yet you can also add that lowering the moral of a "defending" army, can also increase the losses to that army, the lower the moral the more losses it will incur.
|11:19:49 Nov 29th 09 - Lord Wraith:|
Ok, that made sense.....
|17:20:09 Dec 2nd 09 - Sir Binh The General:|
i don't think you dropped his morale to 0. I think there is a cap to which you can drop morale to with magic or it doesn't stack, or it's bugged. lol. I tried the same thing yesterday to a MAD army (about 20 cast each dropping from 10% - 18% morale) and nothing happen :P
|17:31:18 Dec 2nd 09 - Mr. Tyrgalon:|
did you wait a turn to see if some troops dissapeared?
|18:01:15 Dec 2nd 09 - Sir Binh The General:|
of course :D two turns in fact. I did 10 spell first turn, wait 1 turn, nothing happen did another 10 spells, wait 1 turn, nothing happen. :P
|18:07:09 Dec 2nd 09 - Mr. Tyrgalon:|
hmm...then its kinda strange that nothing happened lol
|19:00:22 Dec 2nd 09 - Sir Mcmax:|
If nothing old have been changed (with or without purpose) only berserks gets a lower OP/DP with the lower morale. It have been so since I started (age 30).
But - big BUT - I (think) I have seen the same with mages, when I cast StG. If the morale on my casting city/army is below something close to 100%, I tend to fail more time..... but that's probably only how I feel it.
So - I must write, that I do not know if this actual is how the game-engine is working. It's just....... my feeling.
|20:23:02 Feb 20th 10 - Mr. Briefcase:|
I think the reason that so few people see morale change their % of victory, is that there are very few even matchups in vu, and the majority of players have half mu's in their armies. **No not half orc/hald mu's running around, but I mean half the troops are mu's** And a % drop in mu morale would not change the % to win, for either side. And you can't cast 'Anger' while you are prepping w/o losing prep, so you would probably never see it make a difference. The army would have to be prepping you, and have very little magic, but not something that you could beat..
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