He can only give you a boost in reputation, but mind you: as a stallion is very hard to control or command, in which you will be needing the right stats for soldering in order to control him without much difficulties. I’d say at least 45% soldering would be sufficient enough to ride him without a problem.
There are a few checks that come up (more in Guns than in Sabres if memory serves) where having Thunderer or a similar high quality horse is an advantage, however.
You mean Jackrum?
Bulwark or Hatchet (vailable in Sabres if you need to replace a horse) will do I think, and Scimitar (available at the same time as Hatchet) is a fine horse.
I’d prefer Scimitar personally, Bulwark’s fine but Hatchet was said to be quite an old horse.
how do i increase discipline more than 64?
Who is a better fighter one on one with the same gear Caz or Karol of Loch?
- Import a save with high discipline. If you have 45 Discipline in Sabres, that becomes 30 Discipline in Guns. 65 becomes 35, and 85 becomes 40.
- Order extra drill when asked how you want to improve the fire rate of your men.
- Have either 45 charisma, or pick Blaylock as your Lieutenant.
- Send a detachment ahead to secure the bridge.
- Check on your men at siege camp immediately. Choose either the option “Let Lieutenant Blaylock take over training”, or “I want to call a staff meeting.” (The staff meeting is better because it also provides a massive boost to morale.)
- When you have to escort Cassius, go north. Successfully fending off the attack increases discipline by a substantial amount.
- If you go to Januszkovil, choose the option to have a last minute inspection.
If you do all of these things, then your discipline should be well into the 70s.
if i check my men second will it matter?
Yeah. I’m pretty sure you take a stat penalty for each week you go without checking up on them.
Best to get it out of the way first, since as far as I can tell there is no penalty for waiting with the other options.
Exactly, Lol Caius doesn’t need even say or do anything Mara would organize all. @Pauly51 Cata has reply for me lol. But one of reasons of masquerades was to hide one face in orgies. So Don’t go believe the Victorian image of ballrooms. In fact there was a funny secret language in Spain and I think France using fans and men gloves and very faint geastures . And the lovers gardens. In Spanish we have de said Bring your lover to the orchard.
should i chase the partisans who attack me while escorting the cannons?
That doesn’t affect your discipline. It just boosts your morale (assuming you succeed), and your relationship with Katarina, at the cost of your men’s lives (Sandoral and Renard lose 2%, Blaylock loses 4%, while Garret will automatically fail and cost you 6%.)
You also get a morale boost for volleying them - it’s slightly less, and Katarina will disapprove, but it doesn’t come with any casualties.
does requesting a reward for all of my men after them keeping order after the fall of kharangia lower my reputation? and what good does it do?
It does, but it also provides a boost to morale and loyalty. And at the end of the game, every man in your squadron gets a red stripe added to their uniform, to set them apart from the rest of the Dragoons, which will probably become an immense point of pride in the Squadron’s history.
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The English used fans too, I guess they were just less obvious about it.
I love sarcastic British but proper British are not fun.
The English had a system, I learned about it from a game my wife plays.
It was a secret amongst women and allowed them to subtly communicate with each other.
Like, “Help this old gross smelly viscount is trying to get me into his townhouse.”
It was all based on the fan placement. Touching your right cheek meant yes, touching your left cheek no, tilting it up was agreeing, pointing it down was disagreement, and a few other signals mixed in.
I’m also fairly certain they would have one for, “Fuck- I poked myself doing this stupid embroidery.”
Given the amount of pins it took to hold a 18th century court dress together, “Ow fuck- I poked myself again” would probably get a lot of use.