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  • ajUK1981
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    Unable to use Barracks, Stables or Shipyard in Ravensthorpe. Started Blood from a stone mission at the stables to ride with Fulke, and decided to save the game and quit for the night. Now the mission has vanished, cannot get it to restart so can't progress with the game. Have tried pledging a new alliance and going back to Oxenefordshire, we have gone to every location of future missions in Oxenefordshire to see if that worked, we have deleted the cache on our machine, and have uninstalled and reinstalled the game none of which have worked. On the list of completed missions, there is a blank box after "Pilgrimage to St Albans" which says completed. Have done a lot of side missions and quests, and currently on around 50 hours of play, and not willing to restart a whole new game. Can we not just get a patch that allows to even restart a county alliance from scratch if you can't do individual quests???

    Looking through the forums there seems to be so many other people having similar problems in Ravensthorpe, and similar problems with so many other quests. Why not just offer the option to restart quests like you have done in previous versions, as surely this would be the most practical solution to the game, and you obviously have the code from previous games?

    If I knew that there were going to be so many issues with this game, I wouldn't have bothered even buying it, let alone spending so much of my time playing it that unless you fix it, has been wasted. As a suggestion, rather than throwing out new titles every year and boasting that you have 1000 people working on each game, you need to spend a bit more time getting games fit for sale before releasing them.

    Do not go the way of Atari and EA with their respective Rollercoaster Tycoon and SimCity titles, as if history there proves anything, there are other developers out there that will bring out titles that fans actually want to play and that are playable!

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