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Re: Minor Edits

Posted: Wed Jun 06, 2012 9:20 am
by NorseEngineer
rock_hound119 wrote:oy81, you won't find out. I would like a deletion counter to appear near their vassal name once they fall to under a week before deletion.
yes that would be VERY nice...

Re: Minor Edits

Posted: Tue Aug 14, 2012 1:59 pm
by ellievonfoxlynn
Per the wiki (http://help.strongholdkingdoms.com/inde ... Q:Military), it clearly states:
Catapults - Immobile - Great for pounding down walls - Weak defence, as they are unmanned.
If they are UNMANNED...why do you have to waste a peasant to enlist a catapult?

Please either update the wiki to say they are, in fact, manned....OR lower the cost of creation to zero peasants to make the wiki true.

Re: Minor Edits

Posted: Thu Aug 16, 2012 10:59 am
by CaptSkubba
I have edited the page to reflect this.

Re: Minor Edits

Posted: Mon Sep 10, 2012 10:17 pm
by Gaius22
Hi, I thought I'd give my two cents about the mail system description in the wiki

I think the description about the mail system lack some info, since the way to add players to the favourites and to threads isnt very intuitive in game. This have been discussed in the feedback forum, here if you want to check it out: http://forum.strongholdkingdoms.com/vie ... 16&t=20161

Personally I think a simple text box when hovering the mouse over would suffice, but if you want to read in more detail check the thread.

So I think the wiki could describe a little bit about what each symbol means and how to add players to favourites, to threads, search and/or simply let know the players that the mail system has these functionalities. The wiki is the first go-to place for new players and when that thread started I checked the wiki so I could make my point, but there wasnt really much in it. You could add some more details. What do you think?

Re: Minor Edits

Posted: Mon Sep 17, 2012 11:51 am
by CaptSkubba
Gaius22 wrote:Hi, I thought I'd give my two cents about the mail system description in the wiki

I think the description about the mail system lack some info, since the way to add players to the favourites and to threads isnt very intuitive in game. This have been discussed in the feedback forum, here if you want to check it out: http://forum.strongholdkingdoms.com/vie ... 16&t=20161

Personally I think a simple text box when hovering the mouse over would suffice, but if you want to read in more detail check the thread.

So I think the wiki could describe a little bit about what each symbol means and how to add players to favourites, to threads, search and/or simply let know the players that the mail system has these functionalities. The wiki is the first go-to place for new players and when that thread started I checked the wiki so I could make my point, but there wasnt really much in it. You could add some more details. What do you think?
Hi, I finally got around to doing this: http://help.strongholdkingdoms.com/index.php/Mail

Thanks

Re: Minor Edits

Posted: Tue Sep 18, 2012 9:06 am
by Gaius22
Nice, thanks! Looks very good. :)

Re: Minor Edits

Posted: Tue Oct 09, 2012 11:02 pm
by DavidSpy
http://help.strongholdkingdoms.com/index.php/Monks

I hope I'm not being too picky here;
Before any monks may be created, players must research Theoloy to level 5
Just a typo, should read Theology. :)

*edit* Corrected my typo. :oops:

Re: Minor Edits

Posted: Sat Oct 13, 2012 2:34 am
by Merepatra
DavidSpy wrote:http://help.strongholdkingdoms.com/index.php/Monks

I hope I'm not being too picky here;
Before any monks may be created, players must research Theoloy to level 5
Just a typo, should ready Theology. :)
This has been fixed

Re: Minor Edits

Posted: Sat Oct 13, 2012 9:53 pm
by skitty67
Page about captains

"TIP: Captains do the same amount of damage as a knight, and have the most hit points of any troop. "

Where are the knight's in this game, just so I can have a point of reference for this statement?

Re: Minor Edits

Posted: Wed Oct 17, 2012 6:23 am
by Haakon87
skitty67 wrote:Page about captains

"TIP: Captains do the same amount of damage as a knight, and have the most hit points of any troop. "

Where are the knight's in this game, just so I can have a point of reference for this statement?
Sally Forth research and certain cards can be played.