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Discussion in 'Warhammer' started by Dredge, Sep 17, 2008.
Obviously only applies to those who received their copies today
I quickly flicked through but didnt look like anything usefull in it realy.
I tend not to read manuals after Mythic described the Nightshade as a "powerful spellcaster" IIRC.
i flicked through and i have to say one thing.
Hats off to Mythic! They had the sence to actualy put the ports the game uses into the manual. First game ive seen do that!
:lol: that one rocks
quickness increses cast speed .. gogo caped quick on me sorc
looking forwards to reading it.
That way I might not be as confused about some future stuff as I level, e.g.
not realising the RvR zone goes over the border
who the hells this hedge wizard guy, and where do I train talismans
who do I talk to so I dont have to run all the way from the level 1 zone every time I hearth
My manual is in German and I'll try not to read it, asking random questions on voice comm/chat is so much better ;-).
I lik the post cards, shame the GOA logo is all over the place.
hehe, i want to capture the king after reading that you could!
I just want to play.
Next time I'll know better; do not get up at 7am, especially not if war is coming.
D2D here. No manual. Nothing to write home about. Am busy playing anyway. ;P
flicked through, will have a proper look later.
Postcards are ace though
Opened it, flicked through, smelt that fresh paper smell all manuals smell of, felt sick, put it in an airy place so it smells less.
Will have a non throw up look later.
Manuals are just Reading material for when you're on the bog. Game companies should make them quilted.
Last game manual I read was Ultima VII: the Black gate
and that was, what, 16 years ago?
So nope, not gonna read it. Why break an old tradition?