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Published on October 18, 2012 By Frogboy In FE Sneak Peeks

Series of games with AI vs. AI. Special map (Arena) where each player has an equal shot.

Game and Winner.

  1. Tarth (Kingdom)
  2. Yithril (Empire)
  3. Kraxis (Empire)
  4. Kraxis (Empire)
  5. Tarth (Kingdom)
  6. Gilden (Kingdom)
  7. Magnar (Empire)

More testing to come..


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on Oct 18, 2012

You have Kraxis and Tarth twice

on Oct 18, 2012

What is the difficult level of the AI?

 

on Oct 18, 2012

Please give us more info. How many AIs per game? Which ones? 

on Oct 18, 2012

Be real surprised if penalty laden Pariden and Resolin win a lot of games.  Really no surprise that Tarth, and Kraxis are up there twice, and Gilden and Yithril.  Kind of suprised to not see Athar not up there, maybe their benefits like henchmen and quest maps are not great for AIs and I am kind of surprised by not seeing Magnar either, their slaves should be a big advantage.  

 

 

 

 

on Oct 18, 2012

Means Tarth and Kraxis won twice.

on Oct 18, 2012

This is cool.  I would play AI vs AI just for fun.   You'll have to tell us how you set this up.

on Oct 18, 2012

Frogboy, can you also add at what turn the game ended?

on Oct 18, 2012

Murteas
This is cool.  I would play AI vs AI just for fun.   You'll have to tell us how you set this up.

Start a game with cheat mode enabled. press ctrl-z ingame. Have your sovereign outside a city. Ctrl-u to see whole map. Ctrl-z to stop the AI wars.

on Oct 18, 2012

No surprise the two magical ladies aren't up there indeed. Maybe the obnoxious -25% efficiency could be reduced to something more sensible like 10%?

 

on Oct 18, 2012

No surprise the two magical ladies aren't up there indeed. Maybe the obnoxious -25% efficiency could be reduced to something more sensible like 10%?

 

God, I even forgot they have other penalties too, like inefficiency and scared along with Resolins no armor.  They don't have a chance.

on Oct 18, 2012

At least the Kingdom v. Empire dynamic seems balanced from this limited testing. I would also like to watch an AI war, that'd be kinda cool. 

on Oct 18, 2012

Lady Porcupine is probably the worst built Sov in the game.  She has spent all her sov points on 3 magic paths, 2 of which she could easily get through her nations enchanters ability, and has that terrible inefficiency ability to pay for it. 

on Oct 18, 2012

Heavenfall

Quoting Murteas, reply 7This is cool.  I would play AI vs AI just for fun.   You'll have to tell us how you set this up.

Start a game with cheat mode enabled. press ctrl-z ingame. Have your sovereign outside a city. Ctrl-u to see whole map. Ctrl-z to stop the AI wars.

 

How do you start with cheat mode enabled... is it an .ini switch?

on Oct 18, 2012

Add this to your shortcut

"C:\Program Files\Stardock Games\FallenEnchantress\FallenEnchantress.exe" -cheat

on Oct 18, 2012

Yeah, it never ceases to amaze my how unbalanced the weakness picks are.  You go from "Absolutely harmless with a modicum of care" (Clumsy) to "Seriously nasty" (Cruel) to "Damning" (Inefficient)

Same with professions: How can you possibly think that "Bandit lord" and "Hunter" are in any way comparable to "General" and "Armorer"? I'm not even talking about professions which can decide a game when properly leveraged, like "Beastlord", which can get you a Black Widow on turn one, and a great wolf when you next get the mana.

Of course, depending on the difficulty level, weaknesses and advantages shift in importance.  Karavox does much worse on Ridiculous+ and Procipinee much better.  From Derek's outcomes, I guess the AI were challenging.

I have been playing standard sovereigns lately, and they are all very poorly designed for their purpose... Which I guess is OK from a lore prospective.

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