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Armello => General Discussion => Build Notes => Topic started by: Darcy Smith on November 30, 2017, 05:19:31 PM

Title: Release (v1.9.1) Patch 7 [Steam] Build Notes
Post by: Darcy Smith on November 30, 2017, 05:19:31 PM
(http://i.imgur.com/3C5hDOd.gif)

HELLO EVERYONE,

I know, I know, it's another patch. I think this one was a little smaller and in payment for making you download more bits and pieces, have these vital bug fixes and a SPECIAL BONUS POEM at the end.

Bug Fixes
Known Issues
Hot patch,
Hot hot patch,
Fix it, push it,
Like egg it'll hatch,

Hot patch,
Hot, hot patch,
Download it, boot it,
It'll help you snatch... (the throne (of Armello))


Cheers,

<3 Darcy the Poet & the LoG Squad
Title: Re: Release (v1.9.1) Patch 7 [Steam] Build Notes
Post by: Phlox on December 01, 2017, 06:50:14 PM
Hm. You should drop poetry, Darcy.
I suggest you continue your dancing/singing lessons - still waiting for "Armello-the Musical".

Other than that: Good work with the latest patch.

 ;)
Title: Re: Release (v1.9.1) Patch 7 [Steam] Build Notes
Post by: IntentKitten on December 02, 2017, 01:04:01 PM
Hello Darcy,

What does NMA mean? Also, does it refer to an issue where the game freezes when someone tries to DC during their turn?

Checking because a friend and I have reported it happening to us (each reported it twice), and I was curious if that's related to your update.

Thank you for all of yours and team's work! :D <3 You are much appreciated!
Title: Re: Release (v1.9.1) Patch 7 [Steam] Build Notes
Post by: TheWolfScribe on December 02, 2017, 06:50:51 PM
This is the technical definition of NMA.
'NMA (No More Actions) is a state of the game in which all action ceases due to an improper execution of actions in the game. This results in a softlock in the game that cannot be resolved normally and can only continue if a resolution is forced upon the game.'
Basically, you are partially correct. NMA is the freezing of a game when the game encountered something that shouldn't happen and doesn't know what to do. (Disconnections may cause NMAs, but it is not the only instance.)
Also, it might be better if you start a new thread next time in General Discussions, since the Build Notes section is, well, for Build Notes.

~Scribe