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    Hello,

    I experienced something while playing today, and I wanted to have confirmation that it is not a bug:

    I was playing the campaign 2 - mission 4 and leading a big sylvan army with my Agrael hero(no inferno creature in the army).
    I noticed that on each passing day, I had some creatures dying by themselves.

    Exemple: day after day, my number of blade dancers went like this : 36-31-27-22-....

    Same thing is happening with druids, and sprites. However I did not lose the same numbers of creatures each day and there were some days when I did lose druids, but no sprites, ... and so on.
    It's less noticeable with higher level creatures but I lost a green dragon that way too.

    As soon as I gave that army to a sylvan hero, the dying stopped...

    So I'm now building up the inferno town on that map instead of the sylvan ones.


    Can anybody confirm that 'feature' ? what do you think about it ?
    I find it harsh to lose very expensive dragons like that

    Maybe my Agrael Hero was just hungry ...

    MasterZ.
     

  2. #2
    Hello,

    I experienced something while playing today, and I wanted to have confirmation that it is not a bug:

    I was playing the campaign 2 - mission 4 and leading a big sylvan army with my Agrael hero(no inferno creature in the army).
    I noticed that on each passing day, I had some creatures dying by themselves.

    Exemple: day after day, my number of blade dancers went like this : 36-31-27-22-....

    Same thing is happening with druids, and sprites. However I did not lose the same numbers of creatures each day and there were some days when I did lose druids, but no sprites, ... and so on.
    It's less noticeable with higher level creatures but I lost a green dragon that way too.

    As soon as I gave that army to a sylvan hero, the dying stopped...

    So I'm now building up the inferno town on that map instead of the sylvan ones.


    Can anybody confirm that 'feature' ? what do you think about it ?
    I find it harsh to lose very expensive dragons like that

    Maybe my Agrael Hero was just hungry ...

    MasterZ.
     

  3. #3
    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by masterz666:
    Maybe my Agrael Hero was just hungry ... </div></BLOCKQUOTE>I think that's the best explanation
     

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    You should have gotten a message. They are not dying, they are deserting you. Yes, that's a special feature of that special campaign map.
     

  5. #5
    It's just the scenario. You can dump the sylvan units on another Demon Lord and they stop dying. But the Inferno creatures are quite enough anyway so...
     

  6. #6
    On the final assault i used A sylvian hero with a big army to do a suicide run on the enemy towns. And letted agrael finish em off with a small demon army XD
     

  7. #7
    I used a demon army with master hunter backup. I could produce more master hunters a week than would desert me. Ended with around 400 of em when I decided to storm his town.
     

  8. #8
    Oops! I'm already in the Dungeon campaign so I forgot about the little scripted events of the Inferno campaign.
     

  9. #9
    ok, thans for the explanation...

    I did not have any message... so this is indeed a bug.

    But it's comforting to know that it won't happen in multiplayer.
     

  10. #10
    Im sure its not a bug.. when I played through it I remember the cut scene saying troops were deserting and we needed to find demon troops.
     

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