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I personally think one that talks about Sigmar’s rise to power would have been a great mini campaign.
BY SIGMAR YES!
...they'd have to come up with a lot of stuff though. I doubt Geedubs ever thought of a unit roster for back then.
Or they could just go "Norsca, but with Ulric instead lul" since they were basically Ulric warrior barbarians anyway.
-Points towards official "Legend of Sigmar" book trilogy- Or they could just do that...
They could even have three quest battles: One being Blackfire Pass, one being the Siege of Middenheim, and the last one being the Siege of Altdorf by Nagash.
The main issue with Southern Realms, I always found, was the problem of overcrowding.
Tilea and Estalia are right inbetween Bretonnia, Sartosa, Khazrak and Skavenblight (Clan Moulder's likely to get a legendary lord at some point).
You would end up be off to fighting other playable factions right off the bat.
And as much as people want their Dogs of War, I always figured they would work better as auxiliary/mercenary troops for the already existing playable factions, somewhat similar to the mercenaries of older titles.
They could also add more hybridisation options to already existing factions, especially the evil ones. Chaos and Norsca could have some cross-faction recruitment (as well as Chaos recruiting some Skaven units in specific cases) - and Morathi could have some basic Norsca-based units (lore-wise she recruited the northern tribes near Naggarond to her cause).
Yeah, sadly Tilea and Estalia are probably too small to make a good full faction in a campaign...
But some unit variety for them would be good. At least some different flavor to diferenciate them from the Empire.
There are some good mods out there, but I think that it would be difficult for CA to add them as playable factions without upsetting the campaign map balance of the Old World. Bretonnia is having a hard enough time as it is.
Yeah, they have Beastmen, Orcs, the Southern Realms, the Wood Elves, and now they have the Barrow Legion.
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Edited by VutherA on Mar 9th 2019 at 4:53:17 AM
The entire video is filled with a lot of black comedy. I was laughing hard when the narrator go "let's execute someone unimportant" because we need that sweet, sweet intimidation points. I was also laughing hard when I see big Dong jumping while spinning and swinging his sword. That is just surreal.
I've recently gotten into watching Total War Youtubers for tips and knowledge on how to better play, and I'm curious about what other Youtubers people would suggest.
I'm currently watching Milkandcookies TW and Heir of Carthage. Any others people would recommend?
Turin channel have a lot of battlecast and i like to listen to him narrate the battle . he also have a pretty good Norsca guide.
SurrealBeliefs is pretty entertaining, I think - he also tries to explain the background of whatever faction he plays.
Edited by DrunkenNordmann on Mar 11th 2019 at 5:33:29 PM
Thanks a bunch. I want to increase my skills, so this is very helpful to be able to see how pros play.
For example, watching videos made me learn that increasing unit width is in many cases preferable to keeping them default size, especially for ranged units, and that right-click dragging for movements is much more precise than just right-clicking where I want my units to go and let the game decide how the hell they'll get there.
New stuff for Three Kingdoms, including extreme unit sizes and UI options.
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