Hola soy nuevo aquí, quería preguntarles si ustedes saben como modificar la carga, defensa y ataque de las unidades en los
archivos expor_descr_unit en cualquiera de los modos de medieval 2 total war ya sea en las cruzadas o en la campaña de las américas
yo intente modificar las unidades, desempaquete los archivos de la carpeta tools pero cuando modifico las unidades y entro al juego veo desilusionado que no se a cambiado nada, porque sucede esto hee hecho algo mal o algo así, por favor si ustedes podrían ayudarme o si conocen al alguien que sepa de este tema... Gracias!!!!
Hi I'm New here, wanted to ask if you know how to modify the load, Defence and Attack of the Units in the
Expor_descr_unit files in ANY of the modes of Medieval 2 Total War and the sea in the Crusades or La Campana of the Americas
I try to change the units, unpack the files of the folder edit tools but WHEN Units and entered the game that I see is a changed a bit disappointed, because this happens hee done something wrong or something, Please if you could help me or if you know the One Who separates de este TOPIC ... Thanks!
My main pitfall in battle is leaving non-melee units unguarded. Too many times have my serpentines or archers been annihilated by a fast cavalry charge and I haven't had spear troops to deflect the attack. I would say I am quite good with the tactical side of attack though. Give and take.
Biggest error for me in my battles; stamina. I've no problem with getting my units to the enemy, but getting them there often tires them out to the point where routing might happen. I've had two fights against the Portuguese, and both times been pretty costly in terms of men. The one I'm going on about was in my French campaign on a defensive battle...the Portuguese weren't advancing. The terrain wasn't too bad, so I decided I'd send some feudal knights (dismounted) to knock out their siege equipment, which I did. However, all the infantry was very far back, with their archers close enough to fire on my guys. All if not most of their infantry was further back and on a decent sized hill. Now, had they been advancing, I would have drew my knights back to the interior of the city, so my archers and crossbow men could have picked them off. But how'd it go? I put my archers outside of the city walls, where they were promptly chased all over Hell by the Portuguese cavalry. Point being; I suck when it comes to stamina.