Are the numberless orcs of Erebus shunned because of their viciousness and cruelty, or are they cruel and vicious because they are shunned? A riddle which troubles sages and priests, perhaps, but battlefield commanders have little time for such thoughts when the Clan of Embers is upon them. Quick and harsh like the fallen goddess they serve, orcs and goblins have menaced civilizations since the end of the Age of Magic. In the Age of Rebirth, however, they pose a more dire threat as uncontrolled hordes have been shaped into one mighty clan under Jonas the War-Priest. Sheelba, their queen, brings the advances of civilization but none of its civility.
World Spell: For the Horde
Starting Mana: Body, Fire, Nature
turbler wrote:quite interesting Pro/Con List there. If that 'For the Horde' spell is half of the barbarian units you can see then wait for a while, but if it's half of the barbarians in existence then you could use it early on for some map coverage, cause I find that in regular Civ IV the barbarian population dwindles as the game goes on, if that's not the case in FfH II then go ahead and wait.
Lord Kasavin wrote:On another note, I believe the resolution for the pictures is to big. While I could play the game at a lower resolution, I would much rather convert the jpegs into smaller files. If anyone knows a good, free program for that I would be grateful. I'll have the next installment up soon.
BLANDCorporatio wrote:Lord Kasavin wrote:On another note, I believe the resolution for the pictures is to big. While I could play the game at a lower resolution, I would much rather convert the jpegs into smaller files. If anyone knows a good, free program for that I would be grateful. I'll have the next installment up soon.
Yeah, I've had the resolution problem too- it seems to mostly be important for width, height can be more or less unlimited.
Free image-edit software could be IrfanView (it allows, among a few other things, rescaling) or GIMP (a full-fledged image editor, go to Image menu and then pick Scale Image).
Background wrote:The Bannor Empire is a people forged by unbelievable hardship into a weapon of unrelenting justice. They have the will to take the fight to the enemy no matter the price; the only question is if they will take it too far, but they did not fight their way through fire and ice only to let the world fall to darkness. The Bannor are a pretty generalist, law-oriented civilization.
Background wrote:Cardith Lorda is a mysterious young boy with a supernatural wisdom and unmatched charisma. His dreams of building a peace and prosperity that can stand the assault of time and calamities draw men and women of all races to his teeming cities, marvels which put even the halls of the Bannor to shame. Will their unity be enough of a shield as the Kuriotates create a lasting haven, or will the savagery of their foes require ferocity in return?
Crovius wrote:Kill them. And take their stuff.
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