I'm opening this thread to discuss existing advisors / new advisor ideas. Everyone is welcome to share their ideas After the second advisor rework we've definitely seen a nice improvement in variety and an increase in viable options for many advisor slots, which is awesome. Some advisors, though, are still quite underused and it's a shame, especially when it comes to legendary advisors! It's specifically on those that i'd like to focus on with this first post, but eventually the discussion will also include epic advisors of any age, not just legendary advisors. I think currently the "problematic" legendary advisors that could be tweaked to see more use are - Amytis of Media: An empty siege tower has mediocre damage against buildings, and a full siege tower (16 pop) isn't very effective as an anti-unit weapon for the population cost. I don't think siege towers are a good unit to use in legendary quests, but the devs might already have something in store for Amytis, we'll see. - War Leader Beorix: Norse bowmen and skirmishers are still lackluster compared to other bowmen (like persian ones or toxotes), both damage and range wise, despite having a dedicated legendary advisor. They aren't completely unusable, but it's by far the worst option the Norse have in terms of unit composition. - War Chief Comontorios: I'm going to test a bit more quests with him but the impression i've had so far isn't that great. Horsemen feel a bit weak, and their high food cost means you're going to have to keep a very high food gatherer count (like 50 farmers). Carpentoms on the other hand have a very low attack range, therefore they need constant attention and micro to avoid losing them and having to re-train them, which takes an awfully long time. Some train time reduction on these units could really help their viability in my opinion. I'd also like to ask you your opinion about Sesostris and Rostam. I still haven't played with them enough to form a solid opinion. Thoughts?