Does anyone know how do I order some of my agents to stop accompanying an army? I hope it's possible because I really need to deploy my champion to improve the happiness in the region.
I'm playing coin dozer. I'm on level 110. I have 360 something coins. And my regeneration level is 90, but my coins won't stop regenerating. How do I stop this!?
I've noticed that I can command armies to take objective areas, but how should this be utilized? When I mark objectives should I mark all territories that I want my army to take during a time period, or should I pick a few "lynchpin" points deeper in enemy territory? If I do the latter, will my army spread out and take a wider front or do they automatically bee-line to the objective territories with a disregard for for other factors?
Possible Duplicate: Revealing the unseen - Focus the oculory - Why can't I focus the focus crystal? In Mzult Aedrome, the wizard who's accompanying me says I have to use some of the spells (Flames & Frostbites) that were lying around to focus these crystals, but its not entirely clear what I have to heat or cool. So how do I focus these crystals?
In the Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess, occassionally my sword (or my tail when I'm a wolf) will flash, and an accompanying sound will be played on my Wii Remote. What does that indicate?
I'm trying to bind CTRL + Shift + F to one of my quickbar 4 slots but it won't register the key command. CTRL + F works, as does Shift + F. I'm using the Razer Blackwidow ultimate keyboard and naga mouse with the accompanying software. I don't know if that is making a difference.
My largest army, possibly through solicitation with some less than wholesome camp followers, has become a rather repugnant shade of green. What can I do to deal with this?
If I reinforce my army and then order it to move, will it still receive the reinforcements? Also, is reinforcement size the same as the new army size?
Possible Duplicate: How do I get my units on a ship? It's my first game of Civilization V, and I have finished conquering all the cities on my current continent. There are still 2 more civilizations on another continent which I have just discovered using some Caravels. I have a rather massive army on my main continent, and no apparent way to get any aggressive units onto the other continent. I've spent about 50 turns pumping science and culture because I'm not sure what else to do. How can I move my army, or else get any kind of meaningful ground unit onto the other continent
In Mount & Blade, you're given the option to recruit villagers for your army. I've been led to believe that my troops need a certain level of morale if I'm to expect them to raid innocent villages, plunder, and pillage for slaves. I would very much like to take over these villages and rule over them all with an iron fist, but I'm not sure if my troop morale is high enough to do any of that. How can I see my troop morale?