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  • Z1Drift
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    Upon entering a new map character is drunk, does the same upon loading a game as well. When running about 50% of the time the foot steps are being replaced by horse running sounds. As well. Occasionally horse running sounds will be near the player, yet no horse is to be found. Yule festival can not be done due to “secret brew turn in location” being on the far left side of England rather then Ravensthorpe. By the way devs..really “Ravensthorpe”? You couldn’t have come up with a better name? I literally said out load as the character was about to give her thoughts on the name “Ravensburg, Ravenshire, Ravonia” How on earth Ravensthorpe was agreed upon..no idea.

    Not sure if this is intentional or bug, during every load screen where you can walk the character around in the mist, very faintly you can hear arguing in some odd language. I only could notice it when my volume was turned up. Average sound level was just faintly noticeable. I almost thought it was background sound crew chatting but I think is random towns people yelling and arguing.

    Final note for an update. Get rid of the god awful whimpering and crying sound the soldiers make that you see randomly sitting around in towns you’ve taken over. I’m talking about the ones wearing blue armor (possibly Raven clan armor). They are pouting and whimpering and are suppose to be battle hardened Viking warriors. If I take out the enemy, my clan shouldn’t be sitting around the town crying and whimpering. Fix this please! Just remove the sound bite all together. Don’t even replace it.

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