Well, I’m at a loss of what to do here, and I hope I don’t have to start over because of bad stats and other stuff My stats are… okay, so I don’t know if it’s my character or the choices I’m making at present…
I’m on chapter 11, which of course is the battle of seemingly impossible odds with all forces outnumbered–the biggest force is the friggan enemy. I’ve tried a number of things so far. The very first time I played i realised what I did, I created holes in the ground for unsuspecting, charging horse hooves, but that didn’t work for long.
After that, I created a berricate and that worked for a bit, but when the Chrchus Andari came which is basically the bane Andari, I rallyed the men I had with me to attack on all sides. But then heartless, cruel murderer Cazarosta saves me only to murder me. Just now, even though it’s suicide, I charged with Captain Elsen. He’s a better man than Cazarosta anyway. That never worked because my character was reluctent. The first group of Andari was fine and I killed two with my pistol and fled, but when they came again my men screwed me and retreated.
So, is there really any way to win this battle at all, or should I just retreat? What’s the best heroic ending? Retreating I’d think wouldn’t be it. And if one should retreat, is there a certain time one should do so? You’re given an opertunity to retreat before battle starts, probably bad because you haven’t proven yourself in this particular battle.
So, I’m wondering. I’ll settle for any ending at this point, but I’d rather be the hero. If I can’t, I want at least to reach an ending so that I can complete my first playthrough.
Then I’ll probably try for hero if I messed it up stats wise.
Edit: It appears I have found a bug as well, that I forgot to mention. I believe it is when the captain of Major Hunter’ at the time sends you on his secret mission. You’re given one opertunity to take something with you from the armory. I opted for grenades. They were used before burning the camp, and I did not get the achievement for using grenades in an attack.