A problem I can't fix is the duplicate Allan Campbell. The Campbell at Albany should be John Campbell. However their stats are the same so
there is no adverse effect on the scenario. Annoying though. Hopefully there will be at least one more official patch so I can amend this and also add the King William's War models.
lodilefty wrote:Forward to mewhat you want, and we'll put this in the next Interim Update
Hobbes wrote:Hi Lodi, I've been a bit slow with this the past few weeks. I will hopefully be able to send you the updates in the new year. If it doesn't make the interim patch I hope it will be in time for the main one. As you are working on 1812 at the moment I assume I don't have to panic to get new models into a last WiA patch. Maybe I should just send you the one new model I need to correct Pontiac's War and send you the King William's War models later when I have had a chance to test them?
Thanks for all your hard work - and best wishes for Christmas.
Narwhal wrote:Played the scenario (UK vs AI Indians). Great scenario - I guess it is more balanced in MP because in SP under the recommended setting I breezed through it (AI is not good at using the mobility of Indians I believe).
Small bug : in October 1765 I took Fort de Chartres and thus won the game. But in the message log I (also) got the cryptic message : "evt_nam_ChartresLost1FW". I can send you a screenshoot or a save. Any idea what happened ?
Hobbes wrote:Are you sure it was evt_nam_ChartresLost1FW and not evt_nam_ChartresLost1PW?
I'm surprised you found the AI Indians to be easy to defeat as they always seem to play a fairly strong game in my tests. I assume they destroyed most of your minor stockades in '63?
I assume you built 1 or 2 depots in the scenario? At Detroit and Pitt?
Hobbes wrote:I’ve never seen Fort Niagara taken! Detroit and Pitt are both without Depots at start. It sounds like you played the scenario very well – much more aggressively than I have ever tried. Thanks for the thoughts. I doubt I will make many more revisions to Pontiac but I will keep them in mind for the next scenario.
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