The realm rejoices as Paradox Interactive announces the launch of Crusader Kings III, the latest entry in the publisher’s grand strategy role-playing game franchise. Advisors may now jockey for positions of influence and adversaries should save their schemes for another day, because on this day Crusader Kings III can be purchased on Steam, the Paradox Store, and other major online retailers.
By simply purchasing HBS Battletech's three DLCs, or the corresponding Season Pass which include all of them at a discount, and you'll enjoy the full, complete HBS Battletech experience with decision-driven mini campaign scenarios (aka flashpoints), new extra Biomes, new gameplay mechanics (aka EW/ECM), new Battlemech chassis to fight against, salvage parts of, or directly buy in either systems' or black market's shops (including an extremely powerful, peculiar and of unknown origin's one) and new lostech weapon systems and equipment.Okay Game Developers how do I add this stuff to the Single Player?
Not at all.So you're saying that the SLDF battlemechs, the lostech equipment, and the new equipment from the DLCs are all unsalvagable?
SLDF: I'm assuming you are referring to e.g. the Atlas II, the HGN-732b, or the GRF-2N? If so, they can't be salvaged because they are never on the enemy's side. They can be bought though (either in parts or whole).Now you're just confusing me. None of the SLDF, Lostech, or the DLC equipment is *salvagable* because it doesn't appear according to everyone I asked in this topic.
You're agreeing to that from your very specific wording.
As far as I can tell, yes. IIRC, even while playing an all-inclusive-DLCs-upgraded vanilla game neither SLDF Battlemech chassis nor Lostech weapon systems & equipment can be salvaged from the OpFor. I don't know what happens in BECX, BTA or Roguetech, though.So you're saying that the SLDF battlemechs, the lostech equipment, and the new equipment from the DLCs are all unsalvagable?
if you want to get in good or at least neutral terms with the Pirates, you can always toggle down the OpFor Strength difficulty setting to easy, then travel the rout Ur-Cruienne-Bellerophon-Detroit until you get a 2,5-3 skulls Pirates' contract and carry it out for Reputation only, rinse and repeat until you get to at least Disliked Reputation (-39 until -20) then resume standard contract payment policy and go ahead until Indifferent Reputation status with Pirates is achieved.I wasnt actually think of game achievements, but rather "Shortest point to destination" In this case the Destination was the final tier of equipment with lostech equipment mounted on SLDF mechs.
The SLDF Mechs can only be gained though convoluted methods requiring a lot of knowledge, tedious grinding and/or real money to buy the DLCs.
It makes me think of some RPG quest that you can only do by buying the Strategy Guide.
Backtracking isnt something I want to do, and when I test it out by going to starter planets new missions dont appear, so it doesnt work even when I try.
It could have gone different, like siding with the Pirates at the beginning so maybe they allow me in the Black Market for only 50,000 C-Bills.
Now its all wrecked so Salvage is the only practical option.