Obi-Wan Finale - The Loop
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- Your father's last journey was bound for the British Isles. Less than half of his crew returned.
- Be careful to avoid attacks of opportunity during combat. Moving out of a hex adjacent to an enemy will give that enemy a free attack.
- In combat, you can activate/deactivate your abilities by pressing the numerical keys on your keyboard.
- During conversations, be mindful of your choices, as many options will change your reputation.
- The morale of your hirdmen affects their physical and mental resistances, so try to keep everybody happy.
- When your hirdmen become incapacitated during combat, the longer they stay down, the higher the risk of an injury.
- Sustaining injuries does not put hirdmen out of action, but they will incur penalties in and out of combat.
- If you lose track of your characters during gameplay, press F to center the camera on them.
- A hirdman is anyone who travels with you and fights beside you. Your huscarls are those especially close and trusted warriors that serve you.
- Equipment can be damaged during combat and will need to be repaired when you make camp.
- Flanking bonus damage bypasses the target's Damage Reduction completely, making flanking attacks particularly powerful against well armoured enemies.
- Each character can carry two sets of items and can freely switch between them until they attack. This is particularly important for archers.
- Travel takes time, and time is a resource that will run out eventually. Plan your travels carefully.
- Campsites persist between each visit. Take good care of your camp - you may need to use it again later.
- Traders' stocks are replenished every week when a new shipment comes in.
- Keep an eye out for cairns. Finding them gives you 1 SP each.
- The threat of Christian expansion encroaches upon Denmark from the Frankish Realm to the south.
- You can change the difficulty at any time if you need a bit less challenge - or a little more.
- The pagan clans of Scandinavia have had little contact with the Christian kingdoms of the British Isles... until now.
- The "leidangr" (levy) army can be conscripted every 4 years. Each "skipreida" (ship district) must send one ship with crew for the levy.
- Know the strengths and weaknesses of your hirdmen. Someone with low Perception will make a poor archer. A healer with low Sense is useless.
- A male religious leader in the North Germanic pagan faith was called a "godi". The equivalent female title is "gydja".
- If you leave your left-hand item slot empty, you will gain a 3 percent-point bonus to your Critical Chance.
- Viking longships were characterised by their shallow draft, which made them very fast and permitted river navigation and beach landings.
- Christianity was brought to Britain by the Romans, but was destroyed in the Saxon invasions. The Gregorian Mission reintroduced Christianity around 600 AD.
- Enemies block line-of-sight for ranged attacks. Your own characters do not block each others' attacks.
- 100 Valuables is equivalent to 10 ørtug of silver, or 5 anglo-saxon Pence.
- Two-handed weapons offer reach, which lets you engage enemies without being trapped by their attack of opportunity.
- In Old Norse, "viking" was the word for an expedition as well as someone who undertook one. So in a sense, this game is called Expeditions: Expedition.
- A jarl is just beneath the king in power, and may be appointed to rule in his place. A thegn is a local chieftain, who often holds responsibility for a ship.
- A shieldmaiden is a woman who has chosen to fight as a warrior. Despite the name, they don't necessarily carry shields.
- Standard ranged attacks apply Harried which reduces the target's damage reduction for one round. Abilities do not harry enemies.
- Any characters who still have their attack action (red ring) when the turn ends will be Steadied, protecting them from being Harried by archers.
- During combat, you can select your followers by pressing F1 - F12
- The thegns of Jutland meet King Sigurdr Hring at the Althing on the autumn equinox - September 19. You must achieve your goals before then.