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  • Have you played Mount and Blade: Warband?
    Time: Aug. 1, 2019

    Elder Scrolls games inspire Zero Hero Fantasyists by presenting them as prisoners for each episode. Attached to a ship, locked in a dungeon and transported to the block with a prisoner's car.


    It is a beautiful tradition, the reincarnation of a pluralistic person who saves the world, always chained. But these games lack real determination. You are released immediately after you have almost no more time left. We will become the hero.


    In Mount And Blade Warband Steam Key Global, you spend days in a dungeon and the guards kick you.


    Most of this strange hybrid strategy of RPG has gone from fighting battle to battle to get repetitive NPC gentlemen or to ping your feudal lords on a great horse. But when you are trapped, time passes without you.


    Small armies run across the map. The moon rises and falls. The guards return to your cell and pamper you with another story dialogue.


    You can pay it safely. But if he waits, he runs the risk of being released by a computer-controlled army that will end the siege work that began. In this vague hope I could spend a week in the game, in which overworld's toy armies, like insects, dig around the hills and plains of the surrounding countryside.


    With Mount and Blade game key, you can become a lord of nothing, just as the prisoner of Elder Scrolls can become the hero of Kvatch. But in this stupid medieval simulation, you are even more likely to be off limits.