|QUOTE (Gray_Eagle @ Mar 30 2007, 13:52)|
| Sorry about all that confusion i caused guys, |
Don't worry mate, you were well within the time limit for your turn and these cut-scenes have often caused confusion - that's why we put those 'Lame Mission' into the rules. Sorry for forgetting to explicitely name 'King in Exile' there. I wonder if there's more we might have forgotten.
The original idea behind the 'One Named Mission' rule was that there's loads of side missions, most of which are not 'named missions' (i.e. they don't affect the name of the savegame), and those can be done in any number together with any named mission. Being around Angel Pine at the moment, I'm thinking of the Chiliad Challenge, but also stuff like the courier missions, taxis, paramedic and all those. Soon: trucking.
|QUOTE (Gray_Eagle @ cont.)|
| but i was already late and i had the worst luck ever. Computer is playing up, i kept on running into trees in the stunt plane. Special trees that only appear when the plane is at the bottom in flames. And Rustlers flying about ran into my car/bike twice! I couldnt belive my eyes! |
As for the 'suddenly appearing' trees - that's a sign that your computer can't handle all the graphics fast enough. Lowering your graphics settings should help you with that. If you haven't done it for a long while, defragmenting your hard drives could also help.
As for planes crashing into you - that's a well-known glitch. In fact it's not even a real glitch - I think I read somewhere (Glenster's Guide?) that the programmers left it in on purpose, because it doesn't happen too often and it's kind of funny. So planes will spawn with fairly random vectors, and sometimes they spawn into a direct crash course with the landscape. It has certainly happened to me, on my way to the save house after completing some mission for the very first time. My way of dealing with it: look stupid - curse a lot - laugh even more - try again