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Old 12-26-2008, 05:14 PM   #1
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Features: formations & group commands

Having played starcraft and age of empires 2, I see some use to these, though I am not so sure how useful they would be for only 3 members. Still it's open for discussion and this may change.

Group formations, staggered, box, bunching clusters, spread out man-on-man, follow one... etc

Maybe a "stand down" where you want your party to stand by while only one party member fights another. There are several instances where, in the middle of action in K1 and K2, that would come in handy.

Behavior was nice, but it was individual.

I dunno. What do you all think of it and why? What is your experience with these or other games you might feel relevant in terms of group commands and formations that could come in handy for K3 or SW:TOR?

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