Originally Posted by Osdor
Here's a tip for all Burgs in the moors.
There is a set of armour you get from Hytbold which gives Aim a guaranteed Devastate - if using it before Cunning Attack the Devastate applies to ALL bleeds (yes, that's right - all bleeds). Not sure if this is a bug or WAI, but if you wanted to know how some Burglars are able to one-shot creeps, this is how.
I'm heading to Hytbold tonight to get my armour set! Next step - investigate how to swap 4 pieces of armour, hit Aim,
GOAL: Attend my first Powerlifting meet
When: November 20th
I'm a competitor, always have been.
I've never played a friendly game, even when I was playing a friendly. There's your team and the other team, and shit was going to get real as soon as the whistle blew.
The competition coming up in November is a friendly.
Updated 25th June 2016 at 11:57 AM by theZee
For some reason I have never won Civ 5 as Egypt. This is very odd, as it was not only one of the original civs in the computer game, but it was one of the civs in the board game itself, all those years ago. I simply must have won as Egypt in other versions of the game, but when it comes to Civ 5, computer says no. Steam tells me I have 1707 hours clocked up on Civ 5, so I am frankly rather embarrassed that Egypt has eluded me thus far.
So, early days in my Emperor game as Egypt.
Updated 17th January 2016 at 06:05 PM by simontoad
It's been a few months since I played Crusader Kings. I started one game as a Scottish Duke some time ago, and got absolutely creamed by one of my vassals. I foolishly aided my liege and took some heavy losses, allowing my vassal to pounce.
I'm intrigued by the tribal system, and intend to play a family at the head of a tribe next time. It will probably be a Caledonian or Irish dynasty, though I might try a Viking. I've got this idea of getting a Kingdom of the Isles started
Updated 1st January 2016 at 09:57 PM by simontoad
Further to my previous message (10 September 2015), I played the Capet dynasty through to the game's compulsory end in 1453. Because the dynasty became so widespread, there was never any danger of my line dying out. On the rare occasion when it looked like I would have no son, it was easy enough to marry my female heir to some likely Capet lad.
The game always seemed difficult. The post-Charlemagne Frankish empire was unified quickly under an emperor from the Karling dynasty, with
Updated 23rd October 2015 at 11:01 AM by simontoad