Discussion in 'Warcraft Discussion' started by Rui, Jan 22, 2012.
hmm.yes both the dwarf and rowan the wise campaigns were good, though why did maive sound french?
I am still by the opinion that the Rowan the Wise campaign was more of a comedy of other user-made campaigns than anything else.
That's why it has so wierd and stupid plotlines. I mean, Uther gets persuaded to hunt for villagers and turns into a chicken to flee?
The gameplay was still fine and Blizzard-like, but that just makes it all the more better and does not mean it cannot be a comedy.
Med. MapGuy's campaigns (Shards of Resistance, Joe's Quest, Deandra's Tale, Mordork's Quest)
The Last Druid
Nature's Call - The Spiderqueen and The Return of the Dragon (the third part wasn't created though)
Dreamlord I to III
the old ones were the best (as for me)
The one campaign where they made like 40 maps based on wow areas and then quit and released all the models and sounds and what not Does not get any better than that
If possible, provide links to the campaigns you mention!
Yeah, that's the one. Amazing campaign really.
I'll add links to my post as well.
Pyritie's Adventure definitely.
chosen ones was fun and gave a sense of customization, was hard to beat though.as it had INSANE bosses at the beginning of the game, so that kinda put it off on me..also wanderers of sorceria sounds good, i'll try it later.
EDIT: i can't seem to find wanderers of sorceria....
Try the official site.
Which one are you talking about ? A link or something please ?
Wanderers of Sorceria can be found here.
I think Dwarf campaign is very cool!
And don't forget "To the Bitter End". That's nice one!
The coming of the horde
Starts with the orcs about to leave Dranor and ends a little before Stormwind's fall. An amazing campaign that requires you to be really good at normal warcraft (melee), but that also allows heroes to become VERY powerful (tomes and items hidden around the maps). Probably one of the best campaigns around. From both the Orc and Human perspective, though only a few missions are devoted to the Humans (they did not win many victories in the 1st war)
Rise of the Lich King
Another amazing campaign. It takes place after the frozen throne. The campaign is ridiculously hard, especially towards the end, but it is well worth it. The only problem I had with it was that it only allows you to play Arthas briefly (he is uber-strong). Shows the conflict from both sides.
Final Fantasy style game. Incredible story. Requires tactics and skill. While the game play is linear ( you cannot change the order that your battles take place ), there is a LOT of variety in the form of spells, weapons/armour and hidden treasures.
It has maybe 2 hours of game-play time, as it has not been finished. Pushing the warcraft 3 engine to the max (keeping in mind this is probably one of the oldest campaigns created), definitely worth the play just to see how amazing some people are at manipulating the warcraft engine.
Fradz and Phodom would be sad to see so little people saying the chosen ones.
And i agree to the above post, Tactics unleashed was great and hero rpg is fucking fantastic (mind the swearing children!) even though i can never finish the bloody thing.
Dwarf campaign is also fantastic, that is, i believe, the one with the faceless ones and that goddamn confusing puzzle, i hope.
Nature's Call - The Spiderqueen
That's actually the only one I've played, so that could be 2nd reason why this D:
one tickets for soul reaver
For me it is OutsiderX's Day of the Dragon, or LordAKATISZTELETES's Dreamlord saga
The Chosen Ones by Aeroblyctos. Three hero story Of Phodom Fradz and Galeoth set in a wonderful world of Oelivert... Didn't yet get to play it all. But from what I already have, I can strongly say, it's AWESOME, just so you know, my standards are pretty high. It's 5/5
Dwarf campaign and Chosen one's too
ok heres the link for "The Chosen Ones" (sorry i used popup instead of url )
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