I'm playing the original The Settlers game in DOS. It seems like your knights train up from level 1 to level 5 relatively quickly at the main castle (as I said, relatively; the game is slow so it's still like an hour). Do they train up at the same speed in storage depots, or is it a bit slower? I see they also train up when they're stationed in large garrisons too, but I think that is definitely slower.
train up with her. I could only assume that it had something to do with hitting 90 (like some sort of cap on paying gold to train up). Is this the case? Once you hit 90 can you no longer train up...I found that once I hit 'Master' status with my restoration spells it was easier to just fork out gold and train it up 5 times with each time that I leveled. I know for certain that I'd done this with two of my character levels (ie - I'd go to the restoration trainer and train my restoration skill 5 times - the max). Anyway, so I hit level 90 in restoration, and I wanted to be sure that I'd
levels work? Can you sneak behind enemies? Hide behind objects? Hide in dark places? Being on a different level (a floor up or down)? (Do enemies look up or down?) Do enemies have different "levels... as the Darkling is easily killed. Also, you can play as a "ninja" in Vendettas mode, making knowledge regarding stealth approaches useful. I like doing the the stealth approach whenever possible. A few questions to further this goal: Any tips and tricks on staying hidden? What are efficient ways of killing enemies stealthily? Any abilities I should focus on? How do enemies detect the player
I have a distinct MacGayver feeling about this section of Chapter 3. Train's stopped by a petrol truck hanging in the air. I've got some sort of wrench from the train and some sellotape, plus a bunch of people who doesn't seem to be offering much in ways of hints. I think I've explored all action dots in the scenario and now I'm coming up empty. There's an empty generator conveniently placed right to the petrol tanks, but once you inspect it once you can't interact with it any further. You can inspect the hitch of the truck, but none of the tools I have will do anything to it. That's about
I built a livestock pen in AOE3 in the hopes of not having to chase around the wild animals when hunting since the sheep and cattle just sit there and let you kill them. Unfortunately my settlers do not move on to another sheep/cow when they finish with one, as a result I have to constantly micromanage the settlers and livestock to keep my food supply consistent. I am not sure if I am missing something or if they're supposed to be less manageable as part of the game.
Microsoft Train Simulator has apparently an issue with timing. It gives running time-of-day clock, but the more stations I have to stop at, the more it becomes off. For instance, I were to stop... at the station at certain time. Is that a known bug, or something rare? Is it platform or system specific problem (I run the game under WinE set as Windows 7)? Is it fixed with some sort of patch? I had read...-track time step manages parked train (load/unload, or stopping at the signal), and also the scenery, and that is why on slower machines one would want off-track to be less precise, as it loads
I trained up my detection skill to level one, I'm now trying to train it up again both from the same guy but for some reason he won't let me train anymore. It says that its for levels 0-3 and my skill is only level 1. How can I fix this so I can train again?
In Civ 5 G&K do settlers captured by barbarians stay as settlers when you take one from them if the settler is NOT from your civilization? I remember capturing a settler that wasn't mine from a barbarian and it turned into a worker.
One of the power-ups in Worms Crazy Golf is a watch that has 10 seconds on it. If you click it after you've hit the ball, everything slows down. As far as I can tell, that's all it does. Everything plays out normally, just slower. Is there a point to this? Something I can do while time is slowed? (I verified that the level clock keeps running while in slow-mo.)
It seems like you get trading cards slower when you have the game in the background or minimized. Can someone confirm this?