They seem to always skip straight to voting without allowing me to bribe them or compliment during the meeting...I have to do it before.
I heard that you are supposed to be able to. It's been about 20 years in the game, and my characters are 2nd in command on both sides for the town. Is this dependent on my title? (I don't have nobility yet) Is this dependent on size of the town? (we have four positions under the mayor[sovereign] on each side)
Let me know if there is something I have to do...also when the meeting begins, if I am already in the room, my camera does not change to the meeting view, and I have to exit my camera then come back to see what they are saying and voting on.
Thank you for your time and input.
#2makotech222Posted 8/7/2010 1:55:37 PM
that was changed, cant do it anymore in this game. --- E8400 @ 3.8ghz, EVGA GTX260, 4gb Ram, Windows 7 7600 x64 Viewsonic 120hz 3d monitor
#3MegawizardPosted 8/8/2010 6:00:06 AM
You can only bribe during deliberation in trials; meetings the only thing you can do is bribe them outside for higher standing with them so they hopefully vote in your favor come the time. --- "What happens when 2 rockets collide?"-LostProphet24 on TF2 "one becomes a pot of petunias, the other becomes a sperm whale"-scaredofbears