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  1. CaptainIndustry
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    Are ya gonna convert to Bannerlord 2 when it releases?
    1. Xythurr
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      Lol when Bannerlord "releases".
    2. Orzechix
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      Lol yeah :D
  2. Merlord
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    Amazing mod, however...

    It is frustratingly difficult to the point where you absolutely have to min-max, grind and cheese your way through just to survive. Good luck trying to roleplay a character when you have to put all your points into pathfinding just so you can escape the hoards of superpowered enemies roaming the countryside.

    I understand the appeal of a tough challenge but at some point you have to accept the fact that the early game is completely unbalanced.
  3. Sapherno111
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    As much as I want to donate and support this mod, I won't.

    Because bluntly put, the fact that if you loose, its almost ALWAYS faster to just restart your character. You Loose your ENTIRE. PARTY. Upon loosing. Not to mention you can loose s*** from your inventory as well. Those group of Noldor it took weeks to actually get? Gone instantly. Your Noldor Officer chestpiece, or two handed sword? Can be stolen the second your group looses.

    Its a fun mod. It has a Lot of features that I find awesome. However there are two huge issues I have with Pendor. First of all, difficulty. I have hundreds of hours into all sorts of mods/vanilla, I'm fully aware Pendor is a completely different beast. But a mod that allows 16 units to wipe out a group of around 60, including a player character, is slightly bull. (No, they were not noldor units). As a result, I lost my army, and lost my only good decent melee weapon. Just poof, gone. It was faster to make a new character then even try to continue.

    Point two. Cheating being punished. This one I kinda understand, but don't either. I get that the developers want to encourage people to play their mod as intended. The problem is, not everyone is as good as they are. Not everyone is as good as everyone else. Like I said, Regular warband long since stopped being any sort of challenging, but I can't beat pendor. I can't even survive without cheating, as almost EVERY party on the map moves faster then you do, outruns you, and then you loose everyone you had. So what can you, the player, do? Import a massively overpowered character, or cheat. But sadly a lot of god items, or rare's are locked behind walls. You cheat twice, they're gone.
    1. MitchyMatt
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      Get gud
    2. Ethreon
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      It really is nobody's problem that you aren't up to the standard this mod sets.
  4. Masuuruhiito
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    Really awesome mod with lots of love put in it creation. Only got a problem so far. Been running the 1.166 version and after 5 days of game time the mod crashes while loading hideout storming. Any ideas?
  5. Cyb3rFuse
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    I love the mod, but its a little hard I even exported and imported my character and its still a bit difficult, I took a quest to attack a hideout and when I got there I was like "Only 10 people EASY i have 7 good men!" then kill after kill after kill, more spawned and i was the only one left, all 6 of my guys where dead, alone I killed more and more until I won and when I looked at the end result I was shocked, I got 37 out of 42 kills, yes that battle was 7 vs 42, if I was not a level 30 and had good gear and combat skill I would have lost after 2 minutes. All in all great mod, 10 out of 10 would get raped by 42 men again.
    On a serious note, I do enjoy the mod even though its very hard and rage inducing at times, good work on keeping a game alive with the mods, also I just got the game during the steam summer sale so I'm not the best but it's a fun game.
    1. Swift447
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      The hideouts can be misleadingly difficult haha
  6. jpcollier
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    To call this module a "challenge" is a massive understatement. I've put hundreds of hours into Warband, and I can't even get to level five without losing several fights. Wish the difficulty was adjustable, because the world is beautiful and offers a very nice alternative to the Native setting, but it just isn't fun otherwise.
    1. Ethreon
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      You are failing because you're going into this with the vanilla mindset. You should just do lord missions or village ones until you get stronger. Avoid battling vanskerry or such unless you're familiar with the mod. Get guildmaster quests that don't involve fights.

      And reduce damage etc. from settings if too hard.
    2. 9OZaA
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      Or you could cheat like I do and conquer the entire world in a couple of hours....

      Just saying.
    3. WanderingMania
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      Or export your character like I do and give yourself a nice boost of 5000 str, 400 agi (only 400 because otherwise you move at uncontrollable speeds), 5000 cha, 5000 int, level 10 of all skills, and 700 of all weapon mastery's (yes they cap at 699 but 700 is just a faster number to type), Then import your character rest at an inn for a few days and enjoy your Godhood.
    4. fox23vang
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      Or just modify a bow to have a rapid fire machine gun firing rate and slaughter the entire field like Rambo.
    5. Swift447
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      I had barely played an hour of Warband and this mod isn't that hard.
  7. Visigothic
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    I strongly dislike the whole "women and men are equal" change from vanilla Warband.
    1. Ethreon
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      Go back to vanilla warband then.
    2. fox23vang
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      Thats because Prophesy of Pendor is a fantasy game with demons and Elves, this is not suppose to be real life/historically accurate/immersion friendly. Just be glad a bunch of Californians didn't make this mod, otherwise the men would all be replaced with females.
    3. knutethegreat
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      lmao fax
    4. Swift447
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      Well they're not equal in this, and people will treat you differently if you're a woman. So I'm not sure what you're complaining about. There are even characters you can hire that hate men because they were gang-raped while being a prisoner.
  8. Kurtla
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    Hello, you can insert the MoD WarDrobe in PoP so that you have the armor of the girls.... Sorry for my English
  9. IsThereAName
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    I downloaded this and the patch into my modules folder. When i choose it and start the game i get a rgl error as it is unable to find the module do i have to install it a different way or what?
  10. rotor825
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    I have no idea how to install mods or get them to work and I wanted to try and understand, so if anyone can help me install this mod it would be appreciated. I've already extracted the files, but I don't know where to dump them.
    1. CaptainFucknuckle
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      You need to go into Mount and Blade Warband's files and look for the modules folder. Put the mod folder into it. If you bought the game through steam then the directory is C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\MountBlade Warband\Modules. Hope this helps.
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