|21:38:39 Feb 5th 09 - Mr. Militant Agnostic:|
Is there a place that new players can play where a single enemy soldier can't destroy your entire city and 100s of soldiers guarding it?
|21:56:57 Feb 5th 09 - Sir Gilth:|
Err.. The new era started monday (I think, I missed the real start)
|22:01:04 Feb 5th 09 - Mr. Sanoh:|
if its a nazgul scout then only 1 nazgul would be in the army. 1 lvl 5 troop is equal to 5 troops. if im not mistaken
|22:01:11 Feb 5th 09 - Sir Santa of Macedon:|
Simply the best thing to do, is to join a kingdom that looks good and join it. Ask people there for help and tips and they'll help you(most of the time...) ;)
|22:02:10 Feb 5th 09 - Sir Santa of Macedon:|
You are mistaken Sanoh. A nazgul counts as 2 troops, just like serkers. Therefor you can have 3 nazgul in an army and still have a scout(1-7)
|22:09:29 Feb 5th 09 - Archangel Argyle:|
You forgot one of the most important aspects of this game. Politics!
|22:09:47 Feb 5th 09 - Demonslayer John Berkeley:|
Scout is 1-5, not 1-7...
As for learning, you should join a kingdom that has some experience, and usually the members will teach you the basics and other stuff. That is how I learned the game.
|23:01:29 Feb 5th 09 - Sir Shmeh:|
scout is 1 - 7, 1-5 is what comes up when you click an army but the actual size is 1-7 ;)
|23:04:50 Feb 5th 09 - Demonslayer John Berkeley:|
Hm...the old army sizes said 1-7, so why change it to 1-5 and still mean 1-7? Oh well...experimentation always solves it for me.
|02:42:37 Feb 6th 09 - Mr. Militant Agnostic:|
well, my defenses were about 60 swords with about 10 hammers, 10 axes, and 20 cavemasters. I tried contacting them. Two different players from different kingdoms attacked each of my two cities. One of them I never even knew he was preparing to attack. He moved in, prepared, attacked, and defeated me all while I slept. The other guy responded..."ha, i just want your city"...nothing I could really say to stop him. I am prepared to be subservient to the better players around me, but they don't do diplomacy or politics. They just take my cities without saying a word. I am pissed now because the name for my starting city is now taken and I can't use it again.
I understand it takes experience and skill to do well in the game, but just surviving shouldn't be impossible.
I am now building a city where I just build armories and hammer throwers. (and 1 cavemaster for every mine of course) i might have low income (few peasents and soldiers taking all the beds), but hopefully nobody will bother to destroy me. If anyone wants a newb in their kingdom, my new village name is donthurtmeimnew.
|02:59:25 Feb 6th 09 - Sir Hirgon Tegalad:|
Read the guides as soon as possible. Do nothing else until you have read the guides. If you don't have the time or patience to read the guides, don't play until you can do so. Alternatively, you could ask someone to explain to you why you were killed, why you will continue to lose your cities, and how to avoid the occurrence, but I doubt anyone will be willing to help you until you at least make an attempt to understand how this game works on your own.
|09:23:49 Feb 6th 09 - Mr. Seloc of Troy:|
Join a kingdom, contat a player to teach you how to play.
Most people come out of protection (OOP) with a few thousand troops too.
|03:58:11 Feb 7th 09 - Duke Random:|
nazgul are still 2 troops....
|10:33:57 Feb 7th 09 - Sir Evans of Sparta:|
I'm with seloc on this one, most people have a decent amount of troops (2-4kOP) when they leave protection, some player such as myself and halflings can have up to near 7-10k
|12:13:20 Feb 7th 09 - Duke Random:|
yepo halfers r00l
|16:56:13 Feb 7th 09 - Lady Air:|
@Hirgon the guides aren't really any good especially not for a new player and most of the old players are saying "Nah ya gotta figure some out yourself." in the guide sector. Really only way to learn this game is personal contact with someone who knows it. Preferble joining a good KD.
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