The choice is killing me. Why do we have to choose between the two, WHY?? After all we've been through, playing Gardon's side for so long, now we receive a glimmer of doubt that Gardon could be the bad guy? urgh, just kill me....
A lesson hard-learned is a lesson never forgotten.Currently playing 11 and i must say, it's amazing how you make us chose who to play with in the closing moments of the civil war. Both did their atrocities, and both aren't purely good even though they think so, but we have to chose our allegiance. This right here is a hard lesson in the saying ''war has no good sides''. Now i only need to finish it to see what happens in the end.
I at least think we do.This might be a spoiler-heavy question but still. Do we just choose the finale of the campaign with our very choice in that interlude?
Here's your reward for fighting the GG all the time.well done in making such a chaos. Too many enemies with so little allies in van Durce end
Yep.Do we just choose the finale of the campaign with our very choice in that interlude?
It is. I felt like it was still a nice lil indicator to showcase the upgrade - especially since they have no other ugprades.The dragons have one level of upgrades to their attack, guess that is intended.
We've been testing it VERY thoroughly. Poor @Kasrkin had to spend many hours with it.No bugs, luckily, except for that one with Scarlett.
I don't want to make your lives too easy.I really want to get my paws on that siege tank stuff. And those shieldbreaker bear riders. How come we cant make them if we play van Durce?
Who knows, who knows...Okey, I really gotta ask. Will there be a way to unenslave Salana when goin down the Gardon storyline?
Still undecided.Now to a question i have, Shar, is the next interlude going to be released together with chapter 13 or separately?
Will do that with the next update.I think Justice and Resurrection needs different icons. Keep mistaking them.
It is the portrait of the model, that is what I could find out so far.Maybe you need to ask someone to fix Destructor's lighting. It turns night into bright day when selected.
The Black Dragons were a "bonus". The main reason was the entire Salana thing.-Zarin's main reason not to join Gardon is because he allied with Black Dragons? Really?
Once the demonic threat was also removed, yes.-Why is Sapphira allied with Gardon? Wasn't their agreement that the undead would leave the human lands for good after Queen Renova was killed?
O.OAnd for some reason on the minimap, the centaurs stationed on the entrance of the base are orange, like the Darkblade Legion.
There are many other reasons which will be elaborated in the Second Undead Book.-So Aridon wanted to imprison Ornassion so that he could raise him as an undead dreadlord?
Erganoth, the leader of the Darkblade Legion, had sent forces to support Ornasion when the invasion had begun.-The Darkblade and Souleater Legions joined forces?
The Golden Guard simply does not believe that they can utterly destroy all Demons on Arkain, especially-In hindsight, Gardon's plan is way better than van Durce's. Gardon wants to push the demons away and eliminate their threat once and for all, while the Golden Guard are content in holding their line for eternity apparently... Idiotic.
Chapter Thirteen will be completely about our old friend Aedale.So the next few chapters will be developing stories of Aedale and Larine? Or is Larine out of the game permanent now?
The Black Dragons were a "bonus". The main reason was the entire Salana thing.
Also, the Black Dragons have terrorized the Dwarves before and during the reign of Zyainor and the
Dwarves have become dragon hunters after the fall of Zyainor, wanting to eradicate the race.
Their hatred grows deep.
Still, Gardon enslaving Salana and controlling the elven race through her is pretty much the
main reason why he'd never ever join Gardon.
The Golden Guard simply does not believe that they can utterly destroy all Demons on Arkain, especially
in their now cut-off status. And they are not mistaken.
They choose to die with at least having a chance to win against the Emperor instead of dying with no
chances of success. They left the paladins behind to protect the Purificator and the Kingdoms
from the demonic threat.
Pretty much. The Holy Bastion told Zarin literally everything, so Zarin had to choose betweenSo, he decided to join van Durce, who was going to abandon both Kingdoms and Dwarves to die while fleeing to the other continent?
If you want to try putting an end to the Demons, permanently, you gotta choose the Gardon way of life over the Golden way of life.Rather than finding a permanent solution, their solution is to simply keep fighting for the rest of eternity... thousands will keep dying for a war that will never end...
And the demons in the meantime will come up with a plan to deal with the cannon...
Kind of ironic since the same can happen to Gardon. I'm sure someone, maybe Aridon, who i doubt is dead, or a loyal follower of his, won't let Gardon genocide the demons untill they are extinct. Demons are a important part of Arkain. Consider them like a shark, we don't like them and they can kill us on sight, but they are an important part of the eco system. Same with the demons. Gardon will push them to their border, but after that huge offensive, the entire war will become one of attrition. The demons will simply regroup and launch attacks or invasions, with the humans pushing them back, thus we get a never ending conflict.Rather than finding a permanent solution, their solution is to simply keep fighting for the rest of eternity... thousands will keep dying for a war that will never end...
Pretty sure Gardon's gonna put the final battle at the Void, while Golden Guard do one last clash with their Emperor as the ending.
If we count Aridon's dead as valid, I put my guess at Rahandir, though with some doubts due to the fact we clash with him on the 12th chapter.
The Three Bonelords are said to be as old as Krom. When Aridon fought against powerful enemies of the past, they were slain while he lost much of his power when he won. However, as Aridon regains his power, he starts to bring his old servants back, to haunt his enemies once again and to make his plan proceed the way they have so far now - just as planned.
Here is the info we currently know about them:
Now that I see that text again, I might have written it not perfectly understandable.
The "powerful enemies of the past" are not the Bonelords - the Bonelords were slain by them after a fierce battle.
That fierce battle also weakened Aridon back then, looooong ago.
Aridon has brought them back once again.
Their text will be different when they appear on the Character Sheet anyway.
There are many other reasons which will be elaborated in the Second Undead Book.
Keep in mind that Ornasion is the first undead Dreadlord EVER (in Arkain, neither know nor care about WarCraft).
Bastard brother/half-brother.Is Gardon the emperor's brother?
Van Durce is the brother of Gardon's and the Emperor's father.nd the emperor married Van Durce's sister which makes him brother-in-law of the emperor
He spoke about Gardon's brother, Gardon is not van Durce's brother, but his nephew.and that is why he called Gardon "brother" in the interlude?
Whoever was whining about not being able to control bloodfists just got his wish, the "Trained by Thanok" bonus gives an extra 200hp to elites, making them even more stronger (health wise I mean) than Bloodfists