Clockworkkiller™ 2013 年 04 月 12 日 @ 下午 8 時 32 分
my patience is REALLY running thin
Frist off, let me say, im a try EXREMELY hard to enjoy this game, I REALLY want to enjoy this game, but so far, it feels like the game is trying to make me ragequit every 5 minutes, now im posting here, cause im hoping for some advise and help on the following things.

1. this game is a crash fest, is there a fix or a patch for this? im crashing alot, after battles, before battles, randomly loading saves, marching on the overworld map, this is probaly the most annoying thing.

2. is there anyway to make peace with another nation? im not extremely far in to the game, but a nation already delcared war on me, and they pretty much have alot higher leveled troops and knights than me

3. How can i deal with low province loyalty? i feel as though im constantly getting bombarded with rebellions, epidemics and generally other ♥♥♥♥load of internal affairs

4. tips on how to keep a steady income/stockpile of food and gold? im constantly losing funds

5. tips on how to level up my troops faster? i feel as though the troops for every other nation are WAYYYY more higher in level than mine, even though im not very far into the game

so thanks for the your time and advise (btw im pretty sure im playing on easy, incase that helps)
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­­­­­­Τhe Rolling Oven Turkey 2013 年 04 月 14 日 @ 下午 4 時 34 分 
Simple solution: cheat
Longer solution: use all the cheats.

Now I just play it because I like the combat animations and watching two armies smash in to each other. Don't care for the difficulty whatsoever, the performance is so terrible at this point, it's more fun looking at the screenshots after I'm done playing a session.
SoulSpite 2013 年 04 月 15 日 @ 上午 9 時 21 分 
ok, slightly more helpful I hope :).

Apart from a Fatal Error on entering battles after long sessions of play I have no issues with stability on the game. (Win7-x64 Pro, Quad core with 16GB RAM, NVIDIA 480GTX) I've also set the driver to enhance the graphics quite a bit with no problems. The only advice I can give here is to ensure all drivers are up to date, that you have no superfluous crap running in the background, that your windows updates are complete and that you are using a good anti-virus solution ( I find MS Security Essentials to be fine for home use).

As for the game play, I've been playing for a few days and in my first play through I had similar problems to you and abandoned the game about 100 turns in My second play through is going well but I am only just about to capture London to start Camelot. Below are some random tips I learned and so far they are making my second game easier( 130k plus food and cash in the bank).

1. don't have too many armies early on, just because you have 4 knights doesn't mean you need 4 fully stocked armies.
2. look at your knight attributes, pick the one with the highest stat for province management, it's the 2nd one down and has a crown icon i think, can't remember what it's called. assign your best three provinces to him and spend all of his XP on increasing this stat. don't give him an army and sit him on a location that gives XP per season to level him
3. fight your battles to minimise losses as refilling armies is expensive
4. do the side quests and story quests before they time out if you can, i had a province volunteer to be a vassal state because i did a few quests for them, way cheaper than capturing them
5. you can move items between knights when merging or splitting armies, use this to give the right items to the right people
6. as soon as you build Camelot start building additional sections in it to generate loyalty and cash, and researching things like dams etc.
7. when you do a big battle, have a second army close by to reinforce after the fight if you think it will be attacked, then send the now depleted army to safe ground to recruit while you best army stays in the field.
8. if you have a rebel army or some other quest that has a combat chance consider paying off or even recruiting them, especially if you have artefacts you don't need as these can be exchanged instead of cash/food.
9. when you spend XP on units, spread them across defence and attack points and for units with high upkeep the right most attribute you can increase reduces the upkeep of that unit for each point spent.
10. for Knights with big expensive armies spend XP on the first attribute which reduces the upkeep of their army.
11. play on an easier setting :)

Hope this helps
Clockworkkiller™ 2013 年 04 月 15 日 @ 下午 1 時 50 分 
SoulSpite 發表:
ok, slightly more helpful I hope :).

Apart from a Fatal Error on entering battles after long sessions of play I have no issues with stability on the game. (Win7-x64 Pro, Quad core with 16GB RAM, NVIDIA 480GTX) I've also set the driver to enhance the graphics quite a bit with no problems. The only advice I can give here is to ensure all drivers are up to date, that you have no superfluous crap running in the background, that your windows updates are complete and that you are using a good anti-virus solution ( I find MS Security Essentials to be fine for home use).

As for the game play, I've been playing for a few days and in my first play through I had similar problems to you and abandoned the game about 100 turns in My second play through is going well but I am only just about to capture London to start Camelot. Below are some random tips I learned and so far they are making my second game easier( 130k plus food and cash in the bank).

1. don't have too many armies early on, just because you have 4 knights doesn't mean you need 4 fully stocked armies.
2. look at your knight attributes, pick the one with the highest stat for province management, it's the 2nd one down and has a crown icon i think, can't remember what it's called. assign your best three provinces to him and spend all of his XP on increasing this stat. don't give him an army and sit him on a location that gives XP per season to level him
3. fight your battles to minimise losses as refilling armies is expensive
4. do the side quests and story quests before they time out if you can, i had a province volunteer to be a vassal state because i did a few quests for them, way cheaper than capturing them
5. you can move items between knights when merging or splitting armies, use this to give the right items to the right people
6. as soon as you build Camelot start building additional sections in it to generate loyalty and cash, and researching things like dams etc.
7. when you do a big battle, have a second army close by to reinforce after the fight if you think it will be attacked, then send the now depleted army to safe ground to recruit while you best army stays in the field.
8. if you have a rebel army or some other quest that has a combat chance consider paying off or even recruiting them, especially if you have artefacts you don't need as these can be exchanged instead of cash/food.
9. when you spend XP on units, spread them across defence and attack points and for units with high upkeep the right most attribute you can increase reduces the upkeep of that unit for each point spent.
10. for Knights with big expensive armies spend XP on the first attribute which reduces the upkeep of their army.
11. play on an easier setting :)

Hope this helps

thanks for the advice!
SoulSpite 2013 年 04 月 16 日 @ 上午 3 時 11 分 
one other thing, when you get quests/events popping up in your provinces look at their ongoing impact, some will have a reduction of loyalty, food, tax, etc. for each season they are not dealt with!
verum.amo 05 月 17 日 @ 上午 5 時 10 分 
Once you have a stronghold, you can start doing research. Check all three tabs. The first time I played, I only noticed the unit research. Under kingdom research are improvements that will eliminate the negative events like diseases and floods. If you have a small number of armies and want to avoid spending money and turns dealing with these annoyances, prioritize these techs. Also, you can delay the Dragon's Heart quest until turn 120, so you can use that time to station some of your armies on Tourney Grounds, to place the bulk of your Knights on the locations that add XP for them, and periodically deal with random encounters while building up money. I know you can do this on Beginner (which is where you should probably start). Go Old Faith if you want the ability to teleport units on the battlefield, and armies around the big map. Go Rightful if you want general improvements to income. Learn about the terrain bonuses so you don't lose your veterans. If one of your veteran units gets seriously depleted, pull them out of combat before they die. You can then merge a lower level unit into that unit and pay a little bit of money to keep the level. If a veteran unit dies, restart that combat. I restart any combat where I lose more than a dozen or so troops. Make use of ambush tactics and formations. Always start units in loose formation for the speed boost, only tightening them into the desired formation right before you engage the enemy.
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