"Only 43 of us left"...wow, those were the days. I was feeling a bit nostalgic and reading some of the earliest posts from back in 2008. Some of them have over 1,000 views! It's crazy to think of how active things used to be around here and looking at it now, such a shame.
Anyway, as heartsong said about players not knowing what to do I wondered if that is still part of the problem. We've had a small but consistant number of new players, but they haven't done much in the way of communicating in the in-game discussion or did allot as far as growing their kingdoms. So I thought I'd post some direct links here for anyone that comes across them, I hope they may help someone.
How to play: http://www.celticradio.net/medieval/help/index.php
(this link is found at the very bottom left above logout )
This is a good starting point but there is much more to the game as far as getting the most out of your armies and such. If you have any questions post to the in game discussion boards, I'm sure someone would be more than happy to help.
In game discussions: http://www.celticradio.net/medieval/gforum.php
(Fourth down on the left under General)
If you create a clan or join an exsisting clan you will have access to an in game clan forum as well. There is also a discussion area for the country you live in where you can get involved in the politics of your country, (electing a king and so forth). This can gain you additional resources and other perks that are worth looking into.
Country discussion boards: http://www.celticradio.net/medieval/forum.php
(second down on the left under politics)
Honestly, I have seen very little talking here but I have always felt the politics part of the game has been greatly underused.
The simplest advice I can give that will really give you a grasp on everything you can do in the game is just looking to the left and clicking on everything there. Just nose around in those areas and ask questions, you can pick up allot.
I hope this helps someone,
Olorin This post has been edited by olorin on 03-Aug-2015, 01:28 AM