Mortal Online 2

Stream Summary | Into the Vault #110 – TC Supply Towers & Siege Tents

May 16, 2023

Greetings Mortals,

On May 10th Henrik hosted his weekly stream, where he showed and held a QnA session for the currently named Supply Towers & Siege Tents which will play a crucial role in the upcoming Territory Control system.

The stream has been archived on our YouTube channel:

Planned Hotfix

We are currently planning to release a hotfix to address various aspects of the recent patch very soon.

This small patch will contain tentative fixes for the potion combining problem, balance tweaks to some Elemental Direction spells, adjustments to risen mount weight thresholds, and much more.

Supply Towers

As part of the upcoming Territory Control systems, we will be adding currently named “Supply Towers” all over Myrland, which are designed to be highly contested and change hands between guilds fairly easily.

We are currently planning around 60 tower locations, however this will likely be adjusted up or down based on how the public tests go and player feedback.

Once you have occupied and build one of these towers, your guild will recieve a bonus of various kinds depending on the specific tower you captured. There will also be a grace period of a few hours or so to ensure you gain at least some benefit from your victory before the tower may be contested again.

These towers will not require siege machines to contest, however using them will of course be more effective.

Siege Tents

As we described in our recent post about Territory Control, Siege Tents will play a vital role while attacking another guild’s territory structures.

In order to build a siege machine, you must first construct a siege tent. Plans for building these tents can be purchased from the Quartermaster, an NPC who becomes available after upgrading your Barracks to Tier 2.

After you have constructed the tent, which will require a certain amount of resources to build, you may then build siege machines nearby the tent. 

Not only are siege tents necessary for building siege machines, they are also the source of obtaining ammunition for all siege machines.

Each tent has piles of boulders, a barrel of ballista bolts, and a pile of flammable urns. When picking up one of these items, it will drain resources from the tent, and you will need to fill them back in and build the tent up to restore the ammunition.

This means not only will your siege planning require where to place your siege tents, but also accounting for how far you want to move the machines after building them as you will need to manually run the ammunition to them from the tent, as well as set up a logistic system for refilling the siege tent resources and ammunition stockpiles.

Whether you’re a longtime fan of Mortal Online 2 or a newcomer in the world of Nave, dive into the vault with Henrik on Wednesdays at 7:00 PM UTC to get your questions answered by the CEO and game designer.

 See you in Nave,

The Star Vault Team

This site is registered on wpml.org as a development site.