dWhisper wrote:Just my two cents, while I'm not in favor of the gun-powerder thing in general (say, revolutionary era), it did exist for some time in the period at had, though the application is a bit sketchy. It was notoriously unstable, inaccurate, and expensive. Arrows were cheap, accurate, and there was no danger of it blowing up your soldiers if something went wrong. But how would the inclusion of basic gunpowder be any more imbalancing than magic?
And there are a few guns in the Castle: Ninja line, does that count?
kelderic wrote:It would be kind of strange to see a group of foot soldiers charging a company of riflemen.
Lawkeeper wrote:Gunpowder in small amounts would be cool. Anyone saw trailers of Fable 2? In a documentary, you can see how to fight together with your dog (you can have a dog).
For example, three hostile Hobbes (small, vicious midgets-things) are in front of you. One is armed with a pistol or small rifle, the other two with handweapons. If you pull out your rifle, your dog will attack the two with the handweapons, to slow them down. That gives you enough time to reload and pick them off.
In short, it would be cool to have fire-arms, but very unreliable ones and they should take a long time to reload. Just like in reality.
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