DevilDan wrote:EDIT: Charlie could be hunting down dwagons, but assuming that it takes two archons to take down a dwagon, that would mean tying up a lot of troops, maybe 40 archons.
Kig Fso Cro d wrote:So we know neutral units pop, in the case of dragons we know the possibility of popping in any given hex is quite low but when you cover groups of 100 hexes the chances of getting a dragon increase, albeit slowly. What I'm trying to ask is shouldn't there of been more dragons in the wild to start with when the Archons where first sent to scout for dragons? Or did the dragons only start popping when Hamster thought of the possibility? Or do dragons left untamed for a set amount of terms disband? Excuse me if this has been brought up before.
Lord Kasavin wrote:The way feral Dwagons were first described, it sounds like they pop one turn, and disband the next. The obvious explanation for disbanding is a feral Dwagon has no way to pay its upkeep. Hence, there are on average three dwagons somewhere in the mountain hexes on any given turn. If they are not tamed they disband and three (on average) dwagons pop randomly once again.
joosy wrote:It comes down to basic upkeep. Unless a flock of sheep or other 'upkeep' pops within 56 move of the dwagon (and it finds and defeats/eats it) it can't survive on that turn. The odds of survival for most units, even barbarians, are apparently pretty low unless they are able to find ways to sustain themselves with provisions, gems, edible units, etc.
Kig Fso Cro d wrote:Where would they all go? Is there a magical gathering place for all the dragons? A dragon roost? Actually that would be cool.
sheepfly wrote:Maybe Charlescomm, Faq, or some other side actively hunts down and kills dwagons. Everyone knows Stanley can tame the beasties, plus they probably make good xp for Warlords and are more vulnerable on their own.
jabbersocky wrote:The idea that units already in the area decrees chance of units popping could be applicable here. Like marbits and gobwins the presence of a number of dragons in the area means others can't pop. (This of course would only work if that particular theory is true).
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