If you run out of those, switch to your bastard sword, but stay behind front lones picking off any enemies that may penetrate. It's seriously the most important stat of them all. Even if the reasoning is to stop sieges turning into Saturday morning at the arrow exchange, it is such an immersion breaker I don't think I can play it anymore. Make no mistake, however, arrows will glance off plate armor dealing 0 damage if you try to shoot at a knight. You will also find that your Proficiencies grow naturally the more you use a weapon successfully.
Some mods include crossbows that match or exceed bows in every respect, without requiring any investment. Their high base damage also ensures that every shot that hits will be meaningful. Decided to download a mod, try something different. They can be used with a shield and they can be very effective on horseback. The village hasn't been raided for months and they both have a lot of improvements built.
I feel like I've pumped leadership pretty aggressively, but at five more followers a point, I need at least like ten! Please read all articles before asking about something. Any guides or tips on what I should be picking? Calradian Crusaders Soon, you too, will be on a boat. For example the noldorin bow you get from lorien as a reward only has 37c damage and 100 arrow speed while the mirkwood bow has 40c damage and 135 arrow speed. By the way, pet peave: in Viking Conquest, crossbows are unrealistically powerful, while bows are nearly useless at low levels of skill, which more or less includes all troops. Ideally, your anti-cavalry endeavours should remain as a ranged archer; 2h only when you need to. The texture pack is for the vanilla version of the game and makes it a hell of a lot more easy on the eye.
It takes out the obvious barriers and expands your horizons to see the beautiful landscape you are fighting to defend. Bellum Imperii Unfortunatley this video won't embed but it's still worth checking out Bellum Imperii is a beautiful overhaul that uses Brytenwalda as a base but instead of Britain is focuses on the Roman Empire. You could be standing a mile away, and then all of a sudden a hailstorm of arrows would come raining down upon you. I know you should rely on your troops but i feel that the player should at least be able to contribute in taking down a troll. Tables can be sorted by clicking on one of the boxes on the top row. I have access to an army totaling around 3000 men by now but they're hardly useful since I'm unable to order them around.
For the other character, I use a Morningstar, and this weapon is awesome because it has a chance to ignore shields completely and connect - and that's a great thing to have. Gekokujo - If you are a fan of the more far eastern stuff then this is right up your alley. Specifically I'm looking for mods that base starting gear on stats, as I began with like 70 archery and 15 crossbow skill, yet spawned with a crossbow. A player specializing as an archer can pick up the arrows lying around, and kill every single defender, leaving the archers for last. This is a massive mod to bring magic to Calradia. It doesn't make sense to me to install sketchy software in order to take shots in the dark at editing a save file. Get the mod Wave after wave of invaders shall perish under your sword.
Stand outside sniping with your bow of choice while your companions and Huscarls eat their way in. I hold fire until in range then unleash a hail of javelins before the shield walls clash. I've been playing Prophecy of Pendor, and am about 500 days in. As a general rule the shorter the sword the faster you can swing it. The reason Rhodoks is easy to conquer with is because of their Crossbowmen. Remember bows fire faster than crossbows. If enemies are still in tight clusters, switch to the jarid, and do the same as you would with a bow keep passing and firing.
I have taken 800 strong garrisons with 200 men, with less than 10 casualties. It's better to have a mixture of both. It also comes with all the blood entailed in decapitation. Fighting horse archers is more annoyance at having to chase them down then fear of losing. I read the complete guide someone posted on steam but that mostly just said what the item rewards were from each of the father backgrounds.
This is not only very poor balance, but also completely unrealistic. I have like 50 lancers hanging out in Narra because I'm usually operating near Khergit towns and pump lancers out so fast. As a final word on polearms, never ever attack from the left side. The only similarity is that you are still assembling your warband and setting out to conquer. Crossbows don't get bonuses from skills, but in some ways that makes them a useful backup weapon, as you can be good with them without needing to invest skill points. Slap some trainer in there to, doctor with surgery? Perisno - The New Beginning v. .