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kosmin_82 Regular User Jul 05, 2009, 09:03:07 pm 0 5
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 Freelancer 1.5 (v 1.5)  » posted under Freelancer 1.5 on Feb 11, 2012, 11:29:42 pm
I get an error report: something about "script cf_shield_bash 1768". It's not crashing the game or anything, but it is very annoying. especially during battles. Could you do something about it? Or at least tell me how to disable in-game error messages, so it won't bother me anymore.
Hey man, great stuff, just one bug: nobody is at war in your game! >:( Wtf?
Bodyguards in towns/villages doesn't work. :-(
It sais something about mission templates error.
How can I fix it?
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 Freelancer v. 1.1 (Stable) (v 1.1)  » posted under Freelancer v. 1.31 on Jul 15, 2011, 10:00:03 pm
Great ideea, but could you take it one step farther? To give the game a realistic feeling of what the middle ages were? One should start as a common villager/townsman, get recruited in the army of his lord by force (maybe try to get away from it :-)), eventually advance in rank, be chosen as a personal paige/squire of the lord and take specific quests from his liege, until one day when he is knighted on the battlefield in recognition of his valour. The lord could give him a poor hamlet as a fief - that could grow to become a village - and only after aquiring more properties, become a lord of the land and swear allegience to the king, and so forth...
The sea battles are awesome !!! :-D :-D :-D

However, there are some problems:
:-x I don't understand why have you changed the menu. For example, there's no "remove your banner" command anymore;
>:( "archers extinguish flames" doesn't work, the flames stay;
:-? the new way to strike with your sword appears quite gay, frankly;
And possible more...

Overall, a great mod, but still needs working to be done.
There is a saying: "If it ain't broke, don't fix it!". Stop changing what works...

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