About team member crashes, i’ve noticed someone developped a mod (“team balancer”), so when someone leave the remaining others have an increase supply cap.
example 4 players map = total 200x4=800, so if one leaves, the others will have a supply cap from 200 to 267 (800/3). The idea could be developped, and the gather rate for the remaining people could be increased accordingly, so they may be only 3, but would have decent chance of winning.
Of course, it will only work, if we can make the distinction between someone crashing, and someone leaving. Because If a team attack one player, so he decides to give up, the remaining allies shouldn’t get any more supply cap/gather rate bonuses, else it will completly make the teamgames unplayable.
You don’t need to configure anything. Each trade has a default hotkey: A, S, D, Z, X and C.
By clicking on the respective hotkey of the trade you need, and keeping this hotkey pressed, u will trade at high speed.
Using the mouse and holding down the click doesn’t work, which is a huge mistake in terms of both usability and accessibility.
Another error is that there is no tooltip informing this functionality.
This option is obviously slower than the classic shift+click, but it helps a lot!
Yeah but then why devs are forcing us to do macros. You know someone with good background knowledge of hotkey programming or c# can easly write a script that automaticly creates one villager only instead of queing them which might improve players gameplay drastically because they can use leftover resource for other uses.
People will know how much this effects your gameplay from aom.
That being intentional makes no sense.
After all, this lack of mechanics causes a natural imbalance in the game.
Units always exit the building on the north side of them.
If you are playing in the north of the map and the enemy is in the south of the map, that means when he attacks you, you can send all your villagers to your city center, take them all out safely and do some repairs before they attack your villagers.
If you attack your enemy down there, and he places the villagers in his city center, he won’t be able to take the villagers out to do any repairs, not even for a second. If he takes out his villagers, they will leave in the middle of your army.
You see? Playing on top of the map is an advantage with this error/bug.
So, source please.
If the game has a mechanic that allows for accelerated resource tradding, why the heck would not allowing swapping in packs of 10 be intentional? Source please.
A person who got into a bad situation for 4 reasons:
If that person is anything other than a pro-player and has unbalanced resources from misallocating villagers;
If the opponent was effective in eliminating the source of some of the opponent’s resources and he needs to make the trade;
If any map resource has run out;
If you’re going to go all-in, you can (and should) use up all your trading resources. It makes no sense for you to go all-in with some useless resource left over. Convert it, make it the unit you need and go ahead.
If you want to improve you should only use two clicks in the whole game, each click is bought and sold at a loss, it is equivalent to throwing away the work of the villagers or losing villagers, do not use it more than two times!