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When you gather a plant or ore from your guild's node collection, the cost is 10 Stamina. That sounds a bit steep, but collecting from the guild nodes not only grants you the material you want, but it may also grant you gold or other much-needed items for late-game crafting.

Opening treasure chests is another Stamina sink, but luckily, the amount of Stamina needed isn't too high. Opening a small treasure chest costs 5 Stamina while opening a large treasure chest costs 10 Stamina. Pretty easy to remember, and often, it's worth it for the free gold.

And lastly, sending messages to World Chat consumes 5 Stamina per message. Spamming the world doesn't seem like that great of an idea, does it? That's 5 Stamina you could have spent on opening a chest and getting some gold.

This sort of Stamina system is much more lenient than many of those you see in competing mobile RPGs and MMORPGs, with your Stamina being closely tied with your gold gains. Your two biggest uses of Stamina, opening treasure chests and gathering, lead to gold gains one way or the other. Opening chests often grants gold, and the refined materials you can craft via your life skill can be sold for gold at the Trading House.

The Neo-Crusader light armor was a type of Mandalorian armor in use during the Old Sith Wars. As it was the most common armor worn by Mandalorian Neo-Crusaders during the Mandalorian Wars, it became eventually known simply as the Neo-Crusader armor.

The Neo-Crusader light armor was a full-body armor[1] made of Mandalorian iron.[9] Despite its 42 kg of total weight, it was considered as a light armor for Mandalorian standards. This became obvious in comparison to the heavier Neo-Crusader assault armor, an upgraded Neo-Crusader light armor designed for elite shock troopers.[1] Neo-Crusader light armors had a couple of functions and attributes superior to the former variety of armors, most notably that it was much stronger and could withstand more force.[11] The light armor included a helmet with an internal comlink and could be equipped with a jetpack. The armor was sealed and included enough oxygen to provide the wearer ten hours of breathable air in the vacuum of space or any hostile environment.[1] It also had stealth field generators to allow the warrior to pass undetected by enemy soldiers.[2]

Neo-Crusader light armors were almost all identical, a consequence of the unification and uniformization of the Mandalorians in one single army during the Mandalorian Wars. Hence, it was initially seen as a heresy by some Mandalorian Crusaders who used to wear unique and very personalized armors during the Great Sith War.[2] Nevertheless, as the Mandalorians invaded the galaxy during the Mandalorian Wars, some modifications were made to the original model, designed for Humans, in order to fit the many different species that joined the Neo-Crusaders.[11]

By that time, the armor was seen in three different colors that matched the three different positions among the Neo-Crusaders. Blue was used by standard soldiers, crimson was used by Rally Masters, and the golden armor was reserved for the Field Marshals.[1] A few exceptions to this organization included the veterans, front line troops and special units such as the Mandalorian Knights who used to wear silver/grey Neo-Crusader light armors.[2]

Prior to the Mandalorian Wars, the Mandalorian combat suit was the type of armor favored by the Mandalorians. This lighter model of Mandalorian armor was used at the beginning of the Mandalorian Wars as well as traditional Crusader armors that were already worn by Mandalorian Crusaders during the Great Sith War.[1] By that time, Neo-Crusaders armor were still in development.[12] Later, with the rise of the Mandalorian Neo-Crusaders who supplanted the Crusaders in the Mandalorian society,[1] almost every other models of armors were abandoned during the Mandalorian Wars.[2]

By 3963 BBY, the Mandalorian warriors adopted almost exclusively Neo-Crusader light armors. This change towards the use of one single model of armor was initiated by Mandalore the Ultimate who unified all the Mandalorians in one single and very efficient army following a recommendation made by Cassus Fett,[2] who's also rumored to have had a hand in war production.[12] As the Mandalorian Wars raged, the populations of the defeated worlds were invited to join the Neo-Crusaders. Those who refused were forced to work in the War Forges established on many conquered worlds in order to provide armors and weapons to the new Mandalorian recruits.[1]

The Mandalorian Neo-Crusader army was finally disbanded with the defeat of the Mandalorians[2] at the Battle of Malachor and the end of the Mandalorian Wars.[1] Nevertheless, most of the Mandalorians who survived the war conserved their armor and the Neo-Crusader light armor remained the most common armor used by Mandalorians during the next several decades.[6][3] The Neo-Crusader light armor then became a typical sight among mercenaries, particularly during the Jedi Civil War.[6] During the Dark Wars, Mandalore the Preserver reunited loyal Mandalorian followers under his banner. These Mandalorians were known to wear exclusively Neo-Crusader light armors.[3]

Upon activation of the Test2 code, you are subsequently able to toggle an in-game tile height editor by holding X and pressing A in-game. When this mode is active, a white 5x5 grid appears, with each cell placed on top of the floor tile it's on. This grid is rendered on top of sprites and terrain, so it is not occluded by them. Walkable tiles use a plain white square outline, but wall tiles have a cross on them. There is also a sprite of a lamp with no light (the attackable kind seen in several spots in the game), in the middle of the grid, which is always leveled with its tile's height; it also represents the tile you can currently edit.

At the start of the game, you can choose between starting in the years of 867 AD or 1066 AD. You can also choose between prefabricated conflict scenarios and the respective rulers, or a freely selectable, existing ruler from both starting years. In the prefabricated conflict scenarios, you use one of the highlighted rulers, and by clicking on the ruler panel you will get information about difficulty, existing heirs, faith, culture, and a short scenario text for the said character:

The possibilities of a ruler are determined not only by his attributes but also by acquired resources. His gold supply, as well as the amount of prestige, fame, and piety, offer you more advanced game options, which is why you must make sure that the income of these resources increases steadily.

Use gold to buy new properties and buildings in your provinces or upgrade them to higher levels with better bonuses. Gold gifts significantly increase the opinion of other characters about your ruler.

Without a functioning realm, your ruler will be weakened: New buildings will not only strengthen the defense of your realm. You can also raise more and different troops for battle, generate higher tax revenues, gain more increases of piety as well as development and prestige, and also improve the abilities of your soldiers across the realm. It is therefore worthwhile to invest your gold regularly into new buildings and to establish new holdings in undeveloped regions.

As ruler of a realm, you can not only erect buildings in the directly ruled counties, but also support vassals by constructing new buildings, provided you have enough gold. This is especially worthwhile if you want to strengthen the defense of peripheral areas of your realm or if you run out of room for buildings in your own counties, but whose bonuses are important for the realm.

Due to their less advanced technological and cultural accomplishments, tribal realms have access to basic buildings, but they can only be upgraded up to the second expansion level. Unlike clan and feudal empires, tribes are only able to improve the strength of special army units and the size of regular footmen in a rather rudimentary way. Tribal buildings are paid for with gold and prestige.

Clan and Feudal Realms are more advanced than tribal empires, and their technological achievements give you a wider range of buildings with up to eight levels of expansion, which you can use to increase tax revenues, the strength and stamina of your army types, and the defense of Fortresses and Holdings. Buildings of Clan and Feudal Realms are paid for exclusively with gold.

Valpo's colors are brown and gold and athletic teams are known as the Beacons. Most athletic events are held in the Athletics-Recreation Center (ARC), which is the primary sporting facility on campus. Valparaiso's eighteen teams and nearly 600 student athletes mostly participate in NCAA Division I (I-FCS for football) in the Missouri Valley Conference. Valparaiso competes in four sports that the MVC does not sponsor. The football team plays in the Pioneer Football League at Brown Field. Men's swimming and men's tennis compete in the Summit League, and bowling (a women-only sport at the NCAA level) competes in the Southland Bowling League.

  • The Argent CrusadeLeader Tirion FordringRacesVarious racesCapitalHearthglen (Cata), Stratholme (Post-Cata)Other major citiesScarlet Enclave, HearthglenBase of operationsNorthrendDragonblightLight's Trust

  • Dawn's Reach

  • Zul'DrakLight's Breach

  • The Argent Stand

  • IcecrownArgent Tournament

  • The Argent Vanguard

  • Northern LordaeronLight's Hope Chapel

  • Tyr's Hand

AffiliationIndependentReputationQuartermasterAliocha SegardNotable reward(s)[Pattern: Brilliant Spellthread]StatusActiveTabard 041b061a72


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