[Devs - CRPG Mod Warband]Of Kings And Men

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    [Devs - CRPG Mod Warband]Of Kings And Men

    Mensaje por Belda_el_manco el Jue Jul 07, 2016 12:38 pm

    Me acaba de llegar un correo invitandome a una beta cerrada, os dejo la pagina de greenmangaming, donde ya esta la pre orden con el cupon de un 30% de descuento.



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    Mensaje por Mikeboix el Jue Jul 07, 2016 12:56 pm

    Ya hacía un tiempo que le había echado un ojo. Tiene pinta de ser como el Life is Feudal pero con un sistema de combate un pelín más avanzado, ¿no?


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    Mensaje por eiros el Jue Jul 07, 2016 1:01 pm

    El trailer vende el juego solo la verdad. Ya nos dirás que tal está, porque me tiene buena pinta. Si que es cierto que se parece al Life is Feudal, y me planteé comprarlo en su momento, pero al final no cayó. Veremos a ver como evoluciona este, porque puede ser que al final si me anime a comprarlo.

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    Re: [Devs - CRPG Mod Warband]Of Kings And Men

    Mensaje por Belda_el_manco el Jue Jul 07, 2016 1:30 pm

    El early access sale en agosto. Es un bannerlord enfocado al multijugador, por resumirlo... una mezcla entre Persistent world y juego de estrategia.


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    Re: [Devs - CRPG Mod Warband]Of Kings And Men

    Mensaje por eiros el Jue Jul 07, 2016 1:33 pm

    Entonces va a tocarme convencer a un colega para que se lo pille conmigo XD. No pinta mal la verdad. ¿Lo estas jugando?

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    Mensaje por Belda_el_manco el Jue Jul 07, 2016 1:39 pm

    No, hasta el miercoles que viene nada.





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    Mensaje por eiros el Jue Jul 07, 2016 4:37 pm

    Pinta brutal... me estas poniendo los dientes largos jajaja.

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    Re: [Devs - CRPG Mod Warband]Of Kings And Men

    Mensaje por Mikeboix el Vie Jul 08, 2016 2:45 pm

    ¿Entonces alguien tiene claro en qué consiste el juego? Eso que se ve en el tráiler de un mapa de campaña con tropas moviéndose, territorios, castillos y tal me desconcierta un poco. He leído por ahi que no todo en el juego serán jugadores reales, si no que también habrán npcs.

    ¿Sabes algo, Belda? No dan muchos datos sobre esto en su página ni en green man gaming...


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    Re: [Devs - CRPG Mod Warband]Of Kings And Men

    Mensaje por Belda_el_manco el Vie Jul 08, 2016 3:50 pm

    El juego, suposición mia, tendrá modos de juegos similares al M&B Warband. Y luego un modo persistente, lo del video del trailer. Y si, hay npcs, no se si luchan o solo trabajan.



    The Epic

    Epic is the persistent World Part of OKAM. It will represent, in an abstracted way, feudal medieval societies, and allow players to find a niche to settle in and become successful.

    The World
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    The world of OKAM will be very barren in the beginning, until players start to construct outposts; over time, the more successful outposts will turn into villages, towns, cities. All of that is fully player-controlled and designed. While outposts or small production facilities can be run alone or with a group of friends only, the larger you want to become the more feudal you have to become.

    The 4 Pillars of a successful city (or: what can I do in OKAM?)
    There are various different roles that appeal to different players. There is no actual role classification, you can create characters that specialise in one or try and do everything.
    The Worker
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    The worker is the economical backbone of every well run city, ensuring that whatever the city needs, the city gets. This includes the production of raw materials (based on the location), the crafting of necessary items (tools, weapons, intermediary products) and trading with other locations to receive goods that are not commonly available in your territory. This is run independently (you, as a person, decide what to produce, usually based on the cities supply/demand) and to large parts automatically (you send your family to work, you don't stand on a field to harvest wheat). You can be specialised in something specific, with the drawback of not being able to react to changes in the economy quickly, or generic, with lower income, but higher flexibility. If your city is run well, this should be a low-danger activity. Being a merchant is medium-danger, as you will travel to other settlements, exposing yourself to the possibility of raids.

    The Explorer
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    The explorer has certain tools to help him find the world's hidden treasures. That can be either yields for raw resources or what is (temporarily) called blueprints. The main gameplay element is walking out into the uncontrolled lands to find those valuable spots. Think of the geologist in "settlers". Just armed.

    The explorer lifestyle will be the one of the most dangerous ones, you can expect a lot of rivalry out in the open. Someone might get hurt, even. When you find someone out in the open, you can expect him to be there for the same reason you are - he is a treasure hunter. And he might have treasures on him. Or he might suspect you to have the same. I think you get where this is going.
    Yields
    Yields define the geographical value of a location. Some cities will have high quality wood, or high quality trees, or high quality soil.. etc. No city will ever have all it needs.
    Yields will never run out. You have what you have, as long as you hold the location. This is to make sure creating long-term plans to overtake those locations is viable. There will be no "oh we just wait until they run out of iron". They will not, you will have to take it from them.

    However, the technological race over yields is a very important one. In the beginning, everyone has limited tools, and the yields you can find will do, but to stay competitive you have to keep searching, keep finding better and better resources to use them yourself, or sell them at a good price to the best buyer.

    Blueprints (temporary name)
    Another thing hidden in the world is blueprints. (there will be an explanation for that, stay tuned) It is basically an instruction on how to build things in the world, be it weapons, armors, or buildings. Those blueprints come in different quality, and the combination of demand and quality will define their price on the market. High quality Blueprints will be extremely valuable, and sought after.

    Specialised blueprint-traders are to be expected - people with good relations to different cities and their lords, and knowing who wants what.

    The Warrior
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    The warrior comes in different variations - from a simple grunt, known for his proficiency in fights, to brilliant strategists, trusted with armies to conquer or defend areas. Having a large army by itself means nothing without having skilled players taking control of them. Warriors will split into different subcategories like soldiers, raiders, escorts, etc. Whenever you expect to have to fight, you may want some of those with you. The difficulty and risk of this playstyle can range from "smooth sailing" to "omg my family was wiped out".

    The Politician
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    The most difficult and advanced playstyle, as it will require a lot of social skills. When you start turning your little lumbercamp into a full blown city, you will need to manage it well. And the higher you get, the less power you will actually have - feudalism at it's best.

    You need to make sure that the people in your city are happy. What is a happy citizen? One that feels you are not screwing him over. One that feels protected. One that is rich.

    Population

    Who lives in a city? Well people, obviously. Players. Player families. Cities are where they are protected, where nothing bad happens to them, where they can practice whatever playstyle they want without having to look over the shoulder every second, worrying about a bandit attack or a murderer hidden under their bed. Cities have to attract players, and as a ruler it is your job to make your city as attractive as possible. Keep the area safe. Make sure that attacks towards you are dealt with swiftly, ideally without impacting your economy.

    New players want to be wooed. Do you give them incentives? Like a house for free? Or a set of armor as a welcome gift? Possibly with your city colours, so they work as walking advertisements out in the city? All of that costs money. You gotta spend money to make money, right?

    City Design
    Each city will be split in different districts that are run by different lords. Those lords can (and will have to) split their districts again, and again, and again... If everything goes well, you will have a city that is producing steady silver that you invest into your city. Those investments attract people to live in your city, and people in your city mean power. Power to produce, power to wage war. Without people living in your city you are weak and defenceless. With many people you are on the right path to take control of the kingdom.

    Currency

    How do you get money as a city? You simply create it. You have people creating money. So you could send all your people into a mine to dig up silver and you will be the richest city. However, if you don't give that money back to your people, they will leave. They will go somewhere else, where they are actually benefiting from living there. Where producing goods pays off, where they can slowly advance in the horrible feudal-capitalistic society that OKAM will be. Having people loyal to your cause will help, but at a certain point you will require the help of the unwashed masses.

    Taxes
    Of course having people in your city has to give you something. That's taxes. But simplified. Let's cut all the complex bullshit and let's boil taxes down to what they really are: They are lifetime stolen by the government. So that's what you can do, you can steal lifetime of your population, part-time slavery if you will. The higher the "tax", the more you can allocate workers to city-relevant tasks - building defenses, drafting soldiers, creating money. If you go too low, you will not be able to run your city properly - reinvest money or defend from attacks. If you go too high, people will be annoyed and find another city that offers them a better living situation. Or, if things go really bad, they will revolt and try taking over the city from the bottom; best case is you have to wage a bloody civil war within your own city, worst case is you get driven out and lose all your power.

    Armies
    Armies work similarly to taxes - you draft from your population, taking away lifetime from your population. Your people will understand to some extent, but if you just abuse them as cannon fodder, possibly even without pay, they will at some point become unhappy. Waging war within your area will be relatively cheap, as you don't have far distances to travel, but the further you try to expand your power, the more difficult it will become to keep up the numbers needed for such a warfare. Better make sure you have all your cities under control.

    Summary

    This is just a brief introduction of the different mechanics that OKAM will offer, without going into the technical details too much. The big thing here is symbiosis. The symbiosis between players is what will be one of the main elements.

    The rulers need explorers to advance, workers to create, and warriors to fight; workers need blueprints from explorers to create higher quality stuff and stay ahead of competition and warriors to protect them; explorers need workers to create better tools for exploration and possibly warriors to escort them; and warriors require cities to create armies and workers to create armors and weapons.

    The more players involve themselves into the game, the more friends - and enemies - they will make. And the very interesting part is that those friends and enemies can be completely scattered over the land. An enemy can be your neighbour in the city because he runs a rivaling production, and you may want to draft an elaborate plan on how to get rid of him without anyone noticing. A friend can be a tradesman in a distant city that you deal with on a regular basis because he just pays more. Will war between your ruling cities destroy this relationship? Would your lord be pissed if he found out that you sold high quality armors to the enemy? Is it worth the risk?

    Every political action will affect the world and it's inhabitants one way or another, with possibly unexpected results.

    OKAM is a game about stories written by the players. It is very ambitious - the technical parts are solvable, but will the actual gameplay live up to the expectations? I can only promise that we will find out.


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    Re: [Devs - CRPG Mod Warband]Of Kings And Men

    Mensaje por Belda_el_manco el Mar Jul 12, 2016 6:47 pm

    Mañana la prueba de la beta, solo dura dos horas. 13th of July, 20:00 UK Time: [Tienes que estar registrado y conectado para ver este vínculo]

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    Re: [Devs - CRPG Mod Warband]Of Kings And Men

    Mensaje por Mikeboix el Mar Jul 12, 2016 7:13 pm

    ¡Gracias por avisar, pensé que había que pagar para probar la beta!

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