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  • VirtualAwesome
    Original poster 75 posts

    I was forced to play Orlog (please stop with this!) to get the Order clue, and I ran into a minor issue. I got to the God Favor choice, and the message blocked my dice. I needed to see what I had to make my decision.

    (I'll classify it as a bug because there isn't a tag for a design issue.)

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  • Ubi-Froggard
    Ubisoft Support Staff 459 posts

    @virtualawesome Thanks for sharing this image. I'll forward it on the game team as a suggestion to see if it can be adjusted in future.

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  • Ubi-Froggard
    Ubisoft Support Staff 459 posts

    @VirtualAwesome Could you let us know which Orlog game was affected or does it happen in all of them?

    Also, if you have a video showing the issue, that would also be great if you can upload it to somewhere like YouTube and we can forward that on too.

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  • VirtualAwesome
    Original poster 75 posts

    @ubi-froggard I don’t recall which Orlog game it was. I don’t play it. It’s the one I was forced to play to get the Order clue. I do not have a video.

  • Ubi-Borealis
    Ubisoft Support Staff 3847 posts

    Thanks for providing us with some additional information, @VirtualAwesome. There aren't many Order clues that require you play Orlog, so I'll let the development team know it could be one of these. I can see that the team are looking into this issue further. I'd recommend keeping an eye out within the News & Announcements forum for any future updates.

    Thanks! 😊

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  • bielik01
    873 posts

    @ubi-borealis I believe this message is displayed in all orlog games, when choosing God Favor.

  • TheNorfolkian
    516 posts

    @bielik01 @Ubi-Borealis I can confirm that. The option to select or skip a God Favor happens after all dice have been placed on the table, but before the execution of dice actions, as some God Favors aid dice actions and others have an order of execution to take place after the dice actions.

    This is definitely a design issue, not a bug.

  • Ubi-Borealis
    Ubisoft Support Staff 3847 posts

    Thanks for sharing your experiences with us, @bielik01 and @TheNorfolkian. I'll let the development team know that this affects all Orlog games when choosing God Favours 🙂

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