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Strive for Power

Fantasy Slave Management/RPG Erotic Game · By Strive4Power

Combat questions

A topic by dthunder created Sep 29, 2018 Views: 438 Replies: 4
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I'm starting fresh, because I blew my first game pretty quick. I'm trying to fight/capture early, first day, but my adversaries just run away. The tutorial explanation said that the last adversary can't run, but apparently they didn't tell the bandits? Did I misunderstand something? The fights are already brutal, but if I can't capture anyone it kind of defeats the purpose doesn't it? I don't really want to capture innocents, trying to not play an asshole.

Get XP (and house points) from custom requests, level up and raise your agility. Be patient, fights are hard at the beginning: you'll unlock useful skills in the future (shackle for instance, for blocking your adversaries). Get a full team of four and equip it with leather armors and daggers. Ignore bandits and thugs, try enslaving innocent travellers (if you use a rope, your reputation won't be damaged).
The part about the last enemy is outdated.

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Huh I've never heard that oppents can't run away. They just like your party can run on the 2nd turn when you see the flag icon on the portait. Just use the shackel spell to stop em and they won't be able to escape for 6 turns. I think to get the shackel spell all you is join the Mage's Order and by it. I've always went for unlocking the brothel on the first day and got the gold pouring in and putting off combat for awhile till I can build a sufficent 4 person group but defenetly get agility up to 2 on your team quick, equip your group with longswords and chain mail and combat around Wimborn gets pretty easy quick.

The game does state the last opponent can't run, but in reality the last opponent is less likely to run. They still will, but usually it takes more turns before they do.

I agree best to focus on unlocking the brothel, getting some prostitution going and some decent slaves for combat, then start exploring.

Since I've played the game for so long I haven't paid attention to the totorial so that's probably why I haven't seen that they can't run.