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=Proposed Canon=
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Warlord is a [[unit]] that has Leadership ability<sup>[http://www.giantitp.com/comics/erf0044.html][http://www.giantitp.com/comics/erf0094.html]</sup>. That special (or natural) ability allows Warlords to lead other units in combat and grant a bonus to units under their command.
Warlord is a [[unit]] that has Leadership ability<sup>[http://www.giantitp.com/comics/erf0044.html][http://www.giantitp.com/comics/erf0094.html]</sup>. That special (or natural) ability allows Warlords to lead other units in combat and grant a bonus to units under their command.
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Apparently, [[Chief Warlord]] is not a separate class, but rather a subclass of Warlord. [[Overlord]] seems to be a separate class of units (Overlords grant units in their stack a bonus<sup>[http://www.giantitp.com/comics/erf0127.html]</sup>, but it is not clear whether that bonus comes from Leadership ability or as a result of some special rule).
 
==Commanders==
==Commanders==
On some occasions terms Warlord and [[Commander]] are used interchangeably.<sup>[http://www.giantitp.com/comics/erf0044.html]</sup>
On some occasions terms Warlord and [[Commander]] are used interchangeably.<sup>[http://www.giantitp.com/comics/erf0044.html]</sup>
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However, [[Commander]] seems to be a more general term since [[Caster|Casters]] are Commanders too<sup>[http://www.giantitp.com/comics/erf0094.html]</sup>, but they do not have Leadership ability.
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However, [[Commander]] is a more general term since [[Caster]]s are Commanders too<sup>[http://www.giantitp.com/comics/erf0094.html]</sup>, but they do not have Leadership ability.
==Origin==
==Origin==
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Apparently, warlords can be trained in cities. Infantry units can be promoted to warlord in the capital (although at a high cost).<sup>[http://www.giantitp.com/comics/erf0048.html]</sup>
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Infantry units can be promoted to warlord in the capital (although at a high cost).<sup>[http://www.giantitp.com/comics/erf0048.html]</sup>
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=Speculation=
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Apparently, warlords can be trained in cities.
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Apparently, [[Chief Warlord]] is not a separate class, but rather a subclass of Warlord. [[Overlord]] seems to be a separate class of units (Overlords grant units in their stack a bonus<sup>[http://www.giantitp.com/comics/erf0127.html]</sup>, but it is not clear whether that bonus comes from Leadership ability or as a result of some special rule).
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Revision as of 20:28, 24 April 2009

Contents

Proposed Canon

Warlord is a unit that has Leadership ability[1][2]. That special (or natural) ability allows Warlords to lead other units in combat and grant a bonus to units under their command.

Commanders

On some occasions terms Warlord and Commander are used interchangeably.[3]

However, Commander is a more general term since Casters are Commanders too[4], but they do not have Leadership ability.

Origin

Infantry units can be promoted to warlord in the capital (although at a high cost).[5]

Speculation

Apparently, warlords can be trained in cities.

Apparently, Chief Warlord is not a separate class, but rather a subclass of Warlord. Overlord seems to be a separate class of units (Overlords grant units in their stack a bonus[6], but it is not clear whether that bonus comes from Leadership ability or as a result of some special rule).

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