Feedback for the mainline campaign A Tale of Two Brothers.
Ghouls have very human like resistances, e.g. they have 20% resistance vs arcane damage (just like humans). So that sentence wouldn't make any sense in that context.LordWolfDan wrote: ↑October 1st, 2018, 1:48 pm(7) What, if any, are changes you would have made to the scenario to make it more fun?
- I'd go to add a line after attacking a ghoul: "So it is true, our weapons are not much of a use against these foul creatures. If only we had arcane weaponry provided by Baran!"
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1.14.7 on Knight/Challenging.(1) What difficulty levels and game versions have you played the scenario on?
4. I was never in danger of losing too many of my units, or of failing to win within the turn limit. The Necromancer can easily be taken out with a Horseman charge during the day, and Horsemen are fast enough to skirt around his army and pull that off. I tried to avoid abusing that though, and instead focused on building up some experience for my loyal units.(2) How difficult did you find the scenario? (1-10)
Very clear.(3) How clear did you find the scenario objectives?
I did enjoy the dialogue and storyline here, with the dynamic being set up between the two brothers. Although the core storyline - undead attack - isn't particularly unique, the real focus here seems to be on Arvith and Baran's relationship, and the dialogue does well to set that up. It's all pretty well written, too.(4) How clear and interesting did you find the dialog and storyline of the scenario?
Without any access to arcane or fire damage, dealing with the ghosts was frustrating. Arvith's charge can kill them off during the day, but at night there isn't much you can do against them.(5) What were your major challenges in meeting the objectives of the scenario?
The positioning of the villages along the south bank of the river makes poison particularly potent, as it forces units to withdraw for multiple turns at a time.
7. The map is well set up to give you different tactical options, with both sides of the river offering a viable path forwards. The mix of units is unique, with chaotic footpads adding a new dimension to an otherwise lawful army. The dialogue adds some flavour to the battle. However, fighting the ghosts - and to a lesser degree, the bats - was frustrating.(6) How fun do you think the scenario is? (1-10)
Nothing that I can think of.(7) What, if any, are changes you would have made to the scenario to make it more fun?
If presented with the opportunity, I would take great pleasure in becoming a world ruler.
Content Feedback wrote: ↑March 10th, 2006, 11:51 pm(1) What difficulty levels and game versions have you played the scenario on?
Both 1.12.5 but I'll answer for challenging because I remember it better.
(2) How difficult did you find the scenario? (1-10)
This campaign has only four scenarios so I try to make the numbers reflect perceived difficulty in addition to relative to other scenarios.
8 - Definitely winnable but expect heavy losses, including loyal units (which are plenty).
(3) How clear did you find the scenario objectives?
Clear if you look at scenario objectives. The talk suggests that Baran would slay the mage but presumably it fails.
(4) How clear and interesting did you find the dialog and storyline of the scenario?
Of the two Arvith is the man of war, but he doesn't suggest that Baran should draw the undead away with the army while Arvith attacks the leader with horsemen. And Baran invited his brother just for a decoy. I understand why the brothers don't get along.
(5) What were your major challenges in meeting the objectives of the scenario?
Fighting undead with a pierce-oriented army. I lanced the sorcerer on turn 7 because my army was dying.
(6) How fun do you think the scenario is? (1-10)
4. Pierce vs undead just isn't very fun.
(7) What, if any, are changes you would have made to the scenario to make it more fun?
If leader assasination isn't intended, give the enemy higher income and compensate by reducing his starting gold.
I understand that Arvith comes with his loyal men, but I wish they had something other than pierce.
A loyal infantryman would be something you really want to keep alive.