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Drago_bw
12-08-2010, 03:10 AM
This game looks very promising, but I would like to know a few things:

1)It will be possible to save the game in multiplayer, like in Age of Mythology?

2)It will be possible to move from one map to another, as in Warcraft 3?

For example: On a map1, my hero has level 5, when I enter into the map 2, will also have level 5? Stores the game variables, between map1 and map2?

3)I read that the game will have a very powerful editor. But what if I want to create an RPG scenario where each player has a hero, like DoTA in W3.
It will be possible to create an inventory for each hero?:confused:

:) Thanks you for your answers...

Nermal
12-08-2010, 03:50 AM
1. Its a online persistent massive multiplayer game, whcih means game progress all the time also, when you`re not on. So there will be no load/save game from where it suits you.

2. Not sure, not tried it yet. But as I understand it,- It will be a map view for overall strategic maneuvers and close up screens when you enter battlefields, cities etc. You progress all the time so yes your lvl and such moves with you.

3. Not sure again, but dont think there will be hero like encounters like RPG, its about bands & armies, except a few units thats silly strong theres not many singular units.
Dont know if theres a inventory for hero`s

Henry Martin
12-08-2010, 10:38 AM
This game looks very promising, but I would like to know a few things:

1)It will be possible to save the game in multiplayer, like in Age of Mythology?

2)It will be possible to move from one map to another, as in Warcraft 3?

For example: On a map1, my hero has level 5, when I enter into the map 2, will also have level 5? Stores the game variables, between map1 and map2?

3)I read that the game will have a very powerful editor. But what if I want to create an RPG scenario where each player has a hero, like DoTA in W3.
It will be possible to create an inventory for each hero?:confused:

:) Thanks you for your answers...

1) Read Nermal's

2) Think the Total War games. You are on a world map and when you are in on the battlefield or rts view, you will still be on the same map, just zoomed in.

3)If the editor is like other modern (starcraft) rts editor, then yes you can. But you have to program that inventory system. Remember they use Lua, so you can get a jump on it when the game releases or before, but I'm not sure when they will realease the editor.