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User Info RequiredThe Tanuhkid campaign has critical bugs

VickValoureVickValoure Junior MemberAtlanta,GaRegistered Users Posts: 224
edited April 2016 in Gameplay Issues
Yes, campaign is unmodded.

I've played this Tanuhkid campaign up until 435 a.d (on VH diff ), & when the original king died, (instead of appointing my own successor) the AI appointed a woman regent (she had nice bonuses though). But here's the quirky part...the campaign has had several bugs since her sons (the heir) birth.....
Or, since the Slavic DLC/patch! Can't quite tell?

These (noteworthy, & even critical) bugs include:
Major faction separatist that I make puppets, also cause their father/mother faction to become my puppets also. With the result that, I've successfully enthralled (made puppets) of half the entire map (while still as a horde). Yes, this sets up an interesting scenario, but it just doesn't feel...uh, "genuine"!

My new king is missing his arms & legs. Yes! His ARMS & LEGS ARE GONE! No matter what medium he occupies. Whether it be his faction representation picture, his model on campaign map & also in battle.

This one being the most annoying......The faction specific missions that I complete aren't triggering any rewards or completion rate counts. In other words, as time goes by & I complete parts of the mission requirements, it doesn't even keep count in the mission issue/description GUI tab.

The small list of bugs is a bit longer.

Ive always been a staunch supporter of TW titles. Defending the TW name at every opportunity. However, this kind of stuff is making it hard for me to do that, whilst maintaining a strait face.

In fact, it's rather disappointing. Because, along with the W. Romans, & Vandals,..the Tanuhkid campaign is quite difficult. And to get that far, only to have this many (HIGHLY CRITICAL BUGS)..takes ALL enjoyment & fulfillment outta this campaign.

Heart breaking yo say the least.
Post edited by Lexi_CA on


  • Lexi_CALexi_CA Registered Users, Moderators, CA Staff Mods, CA Staff Posts: 1,531
    Hi there,
    Could you send me a copy of your save game please?
    We would love to have a look at this internally. :)
    Formal disclaimer: any views or opinions expressed here are those of the poster and do not necessarily represent the views or opinions of Creative Assembly or SEGA.
  • VickValoureVickValoure Junior Member Atlanta,GaRegistered Users Posts: 224
    You've already sent it to the Dev team Lexi.
    You done this quite a while ago, after replying to a similar post in the "performance" section. Since I've heard nothing from anyone since that time, I thought I would make my problem ... a bit more public.
  • VickValoureVickValoure Junior Member Atlanta,GaRegistered Users Posts: 224
    edited April 2016
    This could be a C++ problem. And although I've uninstalled ALL C++ redists & reinstalled them from a secure source....the problem obviously persists. However, I was getting this C++ error long before ANY of these bugs appeared. Therefore, I assume that C++ isn't "Directly" responsible for the issue.

    This is (some of) the return error I get from Process explorer.

    runtime error
    TLOSS error
    SING error
    DOMAIN error
    - Attempt to use MSIL code from this assembly during native code initialization
    This indicates a bug in your application. It is most likely the result of calling an MSIL-compiled (/clr) function from a native constructor or from DllMain.

    Attempt to initialize the CRT more than once.
    This indicates a bug in your application.
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