5/5 by all means. What would be nice to see is if we could double-tap in the archery minigame after a perfect hit. This could be implemented by leaving the target hitable after a perfect shot as long as it is up anyway.
Also some kind of minigame based on strategy would be nice to increase the effectiveness of potions/skills/etc...
Could we please have nations (Aztecs, Incas, Mayas, etc...) who can not build stables, but get some other buildings half price (lumber mills, church or town center), maybe every time they build a new type of building they get a random other building (except stables) free.
Byzantines: after acquiring the first point of a belief grants a second point only at the very first belief system. I was hoping it will happen at each time I acquire the first point towards a new belief.
Very little actual play with a lot of busywork. If I could at least play the tower defense game, but no, it costs "energy", if I could play it for no reward or fractional reward when out of energy that would be great, unfortunately the devs did not think the main game itself was good enough to lure in players.
A complete restart could give some advantages, for example if I have at least one character at the max level, the max would increase by 10. Or there could be some kind of increase in the quality of the weapons made by the blacksmith. (Right now the weapons I loot at level 70 are better than the weapons the blacksmith can make.)
What we really need is a button at each level "grind this until I log in again" and then start it, and the gladiators would do that single opponent over and over without me even logged in. Basically I would get a just a pile of gold and XP next time I log in based on the level and the level of the opponent I selected. Of course I need to be able chose from the following 4 options: Always Mercy, Always Blood, go with the crowd, go against the crowd.
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