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apebble
04-29-2014, 09:31 PM
Here we gooooo:

There be another game mode (singleplayer) where the player is allowed to select any army choice and attack his own city in a non-online format. No units would be lost, and no crows or resources would be earned. Everything would remain the exact same in the online kingdom.

Basically, this adds the player's city into one of the skirmish modes.

Why? To see weak points, have fun destroying what you built without repercussions, and make the game have another single player outlet.

Brian Shingles
04-30-2014, 07:58 AM
That's an interesting idea for a game mode - I like it.

Not sure when we could fit it in with the other things we are working on, but definitely something to add to the "Ideas for the future" list

nightovizard
04-30-2014, 03:24 PM
Here we gooooo:

There be another game mode (singleplayer) where the player is allowed to select any army choice and attack his own city in a non-online format. No units would be lost, and no crows or resources would be earned. Everything would remain the exact same in the online kingdom.

Basically, this adds the player's city into one of the skirmish modes.

Why? To see weak points, have fun destroying what you built without repercussions, and make the game have another single player outlet.

That sounds good, this way you could test your defenses and see if they are capable of holding attacks from other players. It would be good too if you could play skirmishes with custom scenarios, and even with and against other players. (4 vs 4, it would be just an skirmish, nothing about the online world).

Oaeh
05-01-2014, 09:54 AM
Those are some awesome ideas!!

I think testing your defenses is a great idea. That way you can know if what your setting up actually works. It will also allow you to see which regions of your home map are the most strategically beneficial so you can try to hold those.

Also the multiple enemies is really awesome. Playing a pvp against two enemies with a friend by your side, or even more enemies. 4v4 would be a hailstorm of blood ;)

Even if there aren't 8 players to play with, maybe you could bring two of your armies. This would increase battle sizes and make it funner with enormous battles spanning maybe with battle lines splitting the whole skirmish map