Definately on that last one
. I've finally been able to manage to play quite a number of games, and so far I have got to say very, very good job on it
. I'm really impressed. So far with the Elves I haven't played against the Good factions (I also rarely play Evil), so I can't make any suggestions there. But I've come up with a few:
1. Flets should stay the same price IMO, but to make them worth even more should get the extra firepower.
2. Should Gondor Towers (not the wall defenses, the ones that can be built from a normal build plot) be garrisonable? Maybe not have the extra firepower (that might be a bit overpowering), but still have the option of letting units in? Purely because Gondor is a defensive faction, and I hate playing against Mordor and having to defend my outposts in the early game from trolls with only some Soldiers to spare (I love my units
3. I'm finding the Elven Banner Carrier system Celeglin made to be a little redundant (no offense meant, of course); most of the time I would just end up sending my units out there, unless they are getting no experience whatsoever (e.g. my Spearmen). Maybe reduce the price by 50-100? Because I find that most of the time, by the time you actually start using Banner Carriers it ends up being in the middle-late game. Unless this whole concept is balanced by the fact that Elven units gain experience at a slower rate than other units (I think I remember a game where my level 1 Galadhrim Warriors devoured a whole force of Orcs and a Troll and not gaining a single level).
4. What happened to the garrisonable Outpost Citadels in Patch 3.0? I can't remember if Celeglin included them at all, but should they be included as well? They could end up being a useful concept, especially for the Evil factions in terms of defense.
That's all for now. Oh, and isn't Haldir worth 1600?
Edited by Olorin, 21 October 2009 - 06:01 AM.
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