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  • Velldanas
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    I finished the game and done almost everything. Only hunting and fishing challenges left. I was a little disappointed that the game does not have an Orlog tournament or quest with it. Orlog - a wonderful board game! There is only one problem - lack of variety. In each region, NPC's use their own style of play. It would be great if Ubisoft added the NPC to Ravensthorpe, whose playstyle changes every game and for each game they would give a reward in the form of resources or silver. Or even more: add a new building in the village of Eivor for a new NPC, who looking for the best player in England. In terms of logic and explanation, he will use a new tactic every time he plays. You can even make it copy the mechanics of other NPCs all over the map. There will be a lot of variety. And with rewards every time, it's important!

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  • JCar4327
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    @velldanas I really hate the Orlog game, but I'm glad some people like it. I am currently trying to finish up the achievement for this so I don't have to play it ever again. Your suggestions would be a good addition though for those that like it, just as long as they don't make it something that becomes like a mandatorily volunteered to complete it type thing.

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