This isn’t so much a gamemode as it is an entirely new game. It’s too different, too gimmicky and far FAR too derivative in my opinion.
Posts made by grappo
RE: Great Idea for a New Game Mode
RE: A Note To Torn Banner
He never claimed to speak for the player base; don’t put words in his mouth to make him look bad. He brought up good points, especially the fact that they lied to us in the patch notes.
RE: Aesthetics changes
What do you mean by “bearded axe” then? There’s only one bearded axe and it’s got one head.
RE: New Weapon Ideas
I think that fist weapons are far too silly for this game.
RE: New catapult ammo.
Maybe there could be like a giant oil pot option. So instead of killing the enemy, you could just use it for area denial.
RE: Aesthetics changes
There’s already a single bearded axe. The double axe is there mainly for flavor and because it was an iconic weapon in Age of Chivalry.
He doesn’t mean the double axe, he means the two handed bearded axe. Two handed bearded axes just didn’t exist because they were mostly used for fighting with shields to catch and pull down your opponent’s shield. I think a good way to fix this would be to just switch the heads of the bearded axe and the dane axe, which was historically a two handed weapon.
RE: Knights left out.
Anyone who thinks the knight isn’t a tank obviously doesn’t know how to play knight. They aren’t tanks because they can absorb a lot of damage, they’re tanks because they can block a lot of it. They have the biggest, baddest shield in the game and don’t need to worry about stamina when they block. They’re tanks.
RE: Night Of The Plague
What if they were just regular peasants, not zombies? It could be like a peasant revolt where the King and his men are holed up in a castle while waves of peasants try to beat the door in.
RE: Why is this game called Chivalry: Medieval Warfare?
There are very few words that can be considered fully “English”, and chivalry is not one of them. The origin of a word is very important when you’re discussing the actual definition of the word.
Regardless of etymology, chivalry is a word almost exclusively associated with knights; armoured men who rode horses.
I would argue the dictionary is more important when you’re discussing the actual definition of the word.
Dictionaries only give you a general definition. If you’re looking for a full one, you actually have to research stuff.