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by Crusard
Mar 1 2006, 16:42
Forum: Heroes I-IV
Topic: H3: What Are the Best First Level Troops?
Replies: 53
Views: 19310

Halfings only because I love their ranged attack and numbers.
by Crusard
Feb 19 2006, 22:38
Forum: Mapmaking Guild
Topic: Evergreen maps
Replies: 16
Views: 7515

Why does everybody love Draconic but me...?
You've got a different taste probably...
Certainly it is about tastes...
by Crusard
Feb 19 2006, 18:00
Forum: Mapmaking Guild
Topic: Evergreen maps
Replies: 16
Views: 7515

Why does everybody love Draconic but me...?
by Crusard
Feb 15 2006, 1:28
Forum: Campfire
Topic: The Battle for Middle-earth II Demo
Replies: 2
Views: 2016

From what I've seen of both games, I'd put my money on Middle-earth. ;|
You can even make your own heroes, their looks and skills!
by Crusard
Feb 13 2006, 23:07
Forum: Campfire
Topic: The Battle for Middle-earth II Demo
Replies: 2
Views: 2016

The Battle for Middle-earth II Demo

Has anyone played it yet? I fell in love with it's ambientation, it really makes you feel you're watching the movie. The graphics are OK, they probably look a lot better in the higher configurations, and the sound is just amazing. The music, ambient fx, and the voices are all flawless, and give a lo...
by Crusard
Feb 13 2006, 1:32
Forum: Equilibris
Topic: screenshots
Replies: 49
Views: 42355

They aren't meant to replace the old structures, they are not creature dwellings :D
by Crusard
Feb 11 2006, 0:53
Forum: Heroes I-IV
Topic: What is the easiest campaign in Heroes IV?
Replies: 63
Views: 19561

The True Blade is easy because there's never any timing needed, so you can take your time and develop your heroes easier. Choosing an easier difficulty dramatically affects the game too, if you want.
by Crusard
Feb 11 2006, 0:14
Forum: Mapmaking Guild
Topic: How much time to make a map
Replies: 75
Views: 19827

we decided to play by using a floppy disk and saving one turn a day
That's, uh...
by Crusard
Feb 10 2006, 22:43
Forum: Mapmaking Guild
Topic: What type of map(story-wise) do you prefer?
Replies: 51
Views: 17772

To get back on topic again... I was just playing a campaign I had stored in my Map folder for a while. And it made me think about the stories in maps... What makes a story interesting is the fact that it does indeed correspond to that particular scenario. Everything said in the text should have impo...
by Crusard
Feb 10 2006, 20:36
Forum: Mapmaking Guild
Topic: What type of map(story-wise) do you prefer?
Replies: 51
Views: 17772

The question is not about the game, it's about the maps. Yeah, exactly when did this topic deviate...? Anyway, I think any H4 scenario has definetely RPG objects in it. The concept of RPG doesn't necesarily involve story, it's just about growing up and getting rich, in a way. In my opinion, H4 is c...
by Crusard
Feb 9 2006, 18:22
Forum: Mapmaking Guild
Topic: How much time to make a map
Replies: 75
Views: 19827

Well, Veldrynus is right. It all comes down to how the story is formatted. I like stories that are content-rich, which don't use a whole paragraph just to describe the chair the main hero is sitting on. For example, the H3 map Gaidal Cain suggested, Hail to the King, had a great and interesting stor...
by Crusard
Feb 9 2006, 18:16
Forum: Mapmaking Guild
Topic: The Desert Thread
Replies: 44
Views: 13392

1) In the Hero events (Victory), just set a "JustFought" variable to "1". Then the clover event checks if it is ="1". If it is, the script runs and sets it back to "0". You get the idea. 2) The only morale thing that has worked for me is the one you set for he...
by Crusard
Feb 9 2006, 16:58
Forum: Mapmaking Guild
Topic: The Desert Thread
Replies: 44
Views: 13392

Weed, sandhills, rocks.
by Crusard
Feb 9 2006, 16:50
Forum: Screenshots
Topic: HoMM Bowl XL
Replies: 18
Views: 7202

HoMM Bowl XL

I always wondered why they call *that* football, since most of the time the ball is in your arms anyway.

Football (soccer) kicks ass, btw.
by Crusard
Feb 9 2006, 15:40
Forum: Mapmaking Guild
Topic: The Desert Thread
Replies: 44
Views: 13392

Equilibris has some cool desert objects, btw. Maybe you'd like to use them in the future :D
by Crusard
Feb 9 2006, 15:38
Forum: Mapmaking Guild
Topic: How much time to make a map
Replies: 75
Views: 19827

Yes, making the story and writing it takes most of the time in a well-made map.
by Crusard
Feb 8 2006, 15:56
Forum: Mapmaking Guild
Topic: Numeric Valuables problem
Replies: 29
Views: 10784

Yes, scripts will be read infinite times until you tell them not to do so, they're powerful, but they can't read your mind! To prevent this event from being fired again there's two main things to do. 1) After the Combat command use a "Remove this object" command. That way, the "Golden...
by Crusard
Feb 8 2006, 0:17
Forum: Equilibris
Topic: Ideas for next mods
Replies: 395
Views: 106640

Well that can be worked via scripting with a quest hut...
by Crusard
Feb 7 2006, 18:21
Forum: News
Topic: Equilibris Screenshots
Replies: 8
Views: 2100

Equilibris Screenshots

Yeah, apparently it could take a while.
by Crusard
Feb 7 2006, 18:20
Forum: News
Topic: Beta Key Shortage
Replies: 30
Views: 7643

Beta Key Shortage

42 dollars... that's pretty sick, man :P

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