How do you build units with mithril armor with the Elves? You are supposed to build them in one of the settlements that is ruined, but I can't seem to develop that settlement. Any help would be appreciated.
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Hi atthias to answer your questions in order -
1. unit stats are in the export_descr_unit.txt file, if you look around in there you will find what you want.
2. The mod is fully mod foldered (it doesn't modify any existing files) and uses its own shortcut to run. To play unmodded BI simply use the BI shortcut to open RTW that you were using before.
Dear Mod developers and team,
the wait was totally worth it. This mod is even more amazing than Europa Barbarorum. And that has been my favourite mod for a long time. So, thank you. Thank you VERY much for an awesome mod I can sink my teeth in again. I am glad to have been able to help with my voice acting (though nowadays I find it a bit cringeworthy to listen to. I hope you don't )
I tried to find an answer to this question that bothered me, but for the life of me I can't find the forum post where this gameplay feature was tackled (too long an absence, I fear): How do I get my lords to start trusting the king? From Dubious to discourteous to faithless, NONE of my lords, not even the heir, is in any way loyal to my King of the RK. Does that solely have to do with his authority, or is there another gameplay mechanism I am missing?
I would be glad to hear from you. And again, THANK YOU VERY MUCH!!!
Thank you, Gonras, for your words and work!
Traits & ancs still need to be addressed for the final release. The "OpinionOfLiege" trait (Dubious, Trustworthy, etc) is affected by the king's Authority IIRC, as well as some random elements. Generally speaking, you can increase your king's Authority by keeping your treasury full, winning battles, and having alliances. As the RK, you may be suffering from lots of wars and debt, and/or lots of military spending (as opposed to 'domestic' spending, which tends to make people happier). Those things can all impact Authority (though other team members can smack me if I'm remembering it wrong!)
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