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Old 05-10-2010, 07:25 PM
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Wow, very unique, I like it. You don't see this a lot in other games. Awesome work.
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Old 05-11-2010, 09:09 AM
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Training is currently instance, and will most likely remain that way, as for the costs nothing is final yet, and it varies from unit to unit.

Currently for lets take the swordsman, it is 2700 gold to go from 9 to 10.

This will most definately be changed in some way.
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Old 05-11-2010, 09:37 AM
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Currently for lets take the swordsman, it is 2700 gold to go from 9 to 10.
That sounds a hell of a lot... I expected it to be expensive, but that sounds a hell of a lot :/
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Old 05-11-2010, 10:32 AM
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You have to consider that it is a directly reflection of how much the unit costs to build, but on the unit level. You also have to consider that if it is to cheap, then anyone can get alot of high level units

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Well, think its nice really. It will at least make sure people won´t abuse it easily with prices like that.

And yes, prices vary between units. 2700g is probably for ogres or other elite units.
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Wouldnt be better if you could lvl with training just till lvl 6? Since the real experience in battle gives you only the real fight itself?
So you could lvl your troops faster to lvl 6 after you lost last troops but only war itself could lvl them more. Sounds better and more realistic to me =). Maybe to lvl 7? Also would force ppl to fight before they have all troops lvl 10 and not just train to 10 and than go to fight again.
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Wouldnt be better if you could lvl with training just till lvl 6? Since the real experience in battle gives you only the real fight itself?
So you could lvl your troops faster to lvl 6 after you lost last troops but only war itself could lvl them more. Sounds better and more realistic to me =). Maybe to lvl 7? Also would force ppl to fight before they have all troops lvl 10 and not just train to 10 and than go to fight again.
i agree, mainly on the realistic side. You can train for as long as you want but the true tests are on the battlefield.
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i agree, mainly on the realistic side. You can train for as long as you want but the true tests are on the battlefield.
Yes, but still, a lvl 10 vs a lvl 1, its an easy guess who is going to win.
In a battle lots of things can happen, but i feel relaxed knowing my army is fully leveled compared to the enemy's army, because of the differences in stats.
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Yes, but still, a lvl 10 vs a lvl 1, its an easy guess who is going to win.
In a battle lots of things can happen, but i feel relaxed knowing my army is fully leveled compared to the enemy's army, because of the differences in stats.
ment that people could only use the trainer up to a certian level then have to level it up with combat. I dont disagree that its not realistic to train your troops and they shouldnt level, totaly agree that the training will help alot just that top end combat would be logical they need the battlefield time.
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You have to consider that it is a directly reflection of how much the unit costs to build, but on the unit level. You also have to consider that if it is to cheap, then anyone can get alot of high level units
Ah but if it costs around 2000 gold to train, that is a hell of a lot of batallions... You could make many more units for that price, and often numbers win out
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