I was only removing families because I tried a few rthings here and there and didn't like the end result so I decided to work on it until I got something I liked (aka start off someplace NOT in the middle of nowhere) and set up my units the way I want it....
Could have delete characters but I saw my family money go down so I was like what the hey....
Although I don't see how it could get chopped off seeing as I get no actual bonus out of testing....and doing it again would not fix much if what you say is true :P
Still wonder how you sniffed me out ;) --Sedupa 21:39, 6 July 2008 (CEST)
AH yea....reread ok it makes sense....just the "THE family name" instead of "THIS family name" that confused me on the first reading
Well I would change my name but I like it simple to remember, I mean at least I don't have to check the spelling every time I use it ;) --Sedupa 12:15, 7 July 2008 (CEST)
bugtracker, army, fame
I see your point about armies and sponsorship. Since I don't knwo what the fame point is, I can't say as to the appropriateness of transferring/disbanding, etc. If the fame point is achieved for, say, a single battle with more than 7K CS of your realm's forces in i, then what does it matter if the sponsorship is transferred, the army is disbanded, or just all nobles removed? In all three cases the effect is the same: You go back to Square One. I don't know what happens when someone switches realms while sponsoring an army. I *think* it should go with them, but I don't know for sure. I don't know many people who switch allegiance. --Indirik 16:56, 18 September 2008 (CEST)
It's the other one I saw, yes. There may be others, I don't know.... vonGenf 11:54, 31 March 2009 (UTC)