I think the eliminator will be used during the Hesration vs Ornasion fight.-So Eliminator must be produced from Forge of Karna'zoth, and we will likely destroy it for good in Purificator campaign or at Gates of Hell.
I think the only one who can revive is the Fleshtearer (as long he has bodies) but the other spectrals are the elite, they won´t stop until Aridon say so and will gladly die to buy them time for his master.-Well, smart move for Aridon to leave regiment of Splecir behind: they are all lichlings, and even if their spectral forms are destroyed they can always come back to Dead Mountain. Fleshtearer shall have new body, Kersidar, and, yes, perhaps he can give you proper answer next time: he is obviously the best frankeinstein. And Souleater having hard time against Splecir is really a nice touch of them being the elite of Aridon.
I keep thinking that he´ll lose to Brockta in single combat. Probably Okri will kill him after conquering Salria, either that or Redfist (strongest human vs strongest orc).I can see him surviving until somewhere between the events of chapters 9 and 13 for the SOB. Between the Redfist, Bonelords and Okri being able to hold her anger for so long, he doesn't have forever.
I felt that Kersidar is getting so much support from all sides (heroes, allied units, enemies fighting each other)The only gameplay complaint I have about this chapter is a lack of healing runes. Combined with Kersidar being a little frail, it made me sit around for a bit to make him have an adequate amount of HP before continuing.
Point taken but the Royal Army units were used already and I used this to further highlight the upcoming-Having the Royal army there makes no sense but i suppose is a way to let the player know about this new human faction. However from the lore view of point don´t make sense.
Brockta is definitely a worthy challenge for, well, anyone in single combatI keep thinking that he´ll lose to Brockta in single combat
I mean excluding Ebira and Kersidar the other two hero units make sense to have generic Kits.Some of the Demon Generals should have more unique abilities, just saying.
This might have done as a gameplay balance, Also remember Kersidar is a master manipulator not exactly a melee combatant, I would assume he'd like to stay from behind rather than attack form the Front lines!Kersidar should be a lot stronger if he is the leader of the Souleater Legion. I mean some of his minions are stronger than him.
I mean so far I have been right with my predictions about Destroyer...So maybe third time is the charm BUT I predict our boy Destroyer will make it out (one way or another) either as a living orc or as a reanimated Undead, I'd be extremely sad if Shar decided to kill the most appealing Orc character :/Good news: the Destroyer survived. Bad news: He was probably only saved because Okri wanted it.
I guess the addition of more unique Heroic allied units did help ease down the chapter...I remembered it alot harder.Absolutely not.
I am assuming this royalists belong belong to King Dorten, if that is the case, it would make sense why the behaved like they did.The Kingdoms were apparently quite quick to separate their military from the Imperials. Were they waiting for the right moment to do so? If so, they sure are good at picking it, right? Or maybe they are sour about joining the wrong side, maybe? XD
For bad or good demon units suffer from low armour, shar did not bother to tweak their numbers that much thankfully for us...The demons insult the orcs, but, in more than two places, their units managed to defeat the demon units.
I mean excluding Ebira and Kersidar the other two hero units make sense to have generic Kits.
Eredars are low ranking fighters of the demon legion, I would assume majority of them don't have access to special training.
As for the Pitlords, I dunno if I remember this right but Shar stated that they are nothing but field commanders non of them holds any special rank.
So them having "generic" kits makes sense.
This might have done as a gameplay balance, Also remember Kersidar is a master manipulator not exactly a melee combatant, I would assume he'd like to stay from behind rather than attack form the Front lines!
But this new invasion was meant to be an unstoppable force, that is until Kersidar decided to spread his forces across several fronts. This chapter should show this. This is not a mission that we should try very hard to win. Victory was already pretty much assured from the start, the only thing that we can control is the way we achieve it.For bad or good demon units suffer from low armour, shar did not bother to tweak their numbers that much thankfully for us...
Is Jay the real life counterpart of Baldgoth pulling all the Strings...The madman actually did it
It would be cool if each of the demon commanders had a specific role and abilities that fit in such roles. Kersidar having abilities that showed his brilliance and cunning, etc...
I mean, does it make sense for Kersidar having Inferno as an ult? Imagine an ult that worked similar to Taunt, except that you target an enemy that becomes the target to all the other enemies. That could fit seeing that Kersidar just did that: allowed his enemies to kill each other and then he came in and took the prize.
That was a claim made by other demons. Considering the demons love constantly sabotaging each other, this could just a rumour to make him seem weaker and less competent than he actually is.It also states that without Ebira on his side he wouldn't achieve that much.
We don't know his full story, and we likely won't until either a spin-off campaign or a demon book is released, so I personally would not give him so much credit right now.Erganoth is well versed in the art of assassination he managed to get on top of his legion single handedly without any lackies to do his dirty deeds
Rath himself already doomed by SOB. And unfortunately it's pretty obvious Rath not killing Blen in true story. Same goes to Rangul and Sas. Maybe Ephrog somehow manage to survive, this is my only hope.Let's start from the top: we all know Blen is gonna die just like he did in books canon. Maybe it'll be Rath, maybe it'll be Zoia, maybe The Destroyer will break him over his knee. Who knows
That's not gonna happen, He is the reason why she was exiled(sure, that was sas idea but, he was ok with the plan really fast.)Well i don't want Ephrog fight to anyone, he would be filled much better role as Grofzag's advisor for example. Maybe Amari forgives Ephrog, he Grofzag father after all.
In my opinion, he's not exactly okay with it, but he's not against it either, so Sasrogarn and his followers just did whatever the hell they want.That's not gonna happen, He is the reason why she was exiled(sure, that was sas idea but, he was ok with the plan really fast.)
Yeah, the warlord model is cool enough.No, i'm totally fine with Grofzag model itself. I just don't understand why Grofzag and unit Orc Warlord have the same model, same portrait.
You're a damn genius! Now that also explains why Sas uses Thrall's model and voiceline, to make him look more like a genuine warchief to others, but is in fact, quite inferior.Grofzag was under the shadow of sasrogarn so long that everybody belived that he is just a generic warlord, without sasrogarm stealing him the glory he is more than meets the eye.
I know right? Because we know Thrall's backstory his voicelines sound badass, but after we found that Sasrogarm is a coward, that voiceline he sounds like a warchief wannabe and with so low confidence that he needs remember everyone who he is.You're a damn genius! Now that also explains why Sas uses Thrall's model and voiceline, to make him look more like a genuine warchief to others, but is in fact, quite inferior.
Fuck my life.Shar, now we need an Ephrog redemption arc
Bloody well done!Maybe that is the point? Grofzag was under the shadow of sasrogarn so long that everybody belived that he is just a generic warlord, without sasrogarm stealing him the glory he is more than meets the eye.
Gotta find those clues!Meanwhile, Rangul got stuck with Drek'Thar's lines, so he's now obsessed with finding clues, and has an identity crisis every time he steps out from the Altar of Storm.
They are awesome.I just love the new outfit for the Demon Slaves.
I think he respects the traditions over friendship. That´s why he left Amari instead of taking her back to the clan to honour his friendship with Rangul.In my opinion, he's not exactly okay with it, but he's not against it either, so Sasrogarn and his followers just did whatever the hell they want.
Could be that too, or could be Rangul being a poor dad (so Brian best dad for taking good care of both Amari and Gardon?). He doesn't even go out to search for his daughter when Sas and Ephrog exiled her.I think he respects the traditions over friendship. That´s why he left Amari instead of taking her back to the clan to honour his friendship with Rangul.
Ironically this had fewer repercussions than Rangul attacking a seemingly unimportant mansion, so don't you dare act shocked Rangul!Sas: Hey, father. Amari just took a bunch of our men to fight BOTH the Elves and the Dwarves!
Yeah and without doing anything to deserve it, you must be so proud Sas.Sas: But I brought back the Scepter of Healing.
A daughter that will provide useful advice and that he will ignore and later regret it.Sas: And you still have your other daughter, Vanessa.
Since y'all seem to like this, I'll continue to 'praise' our Supreme Warchief Rangul.Sas: Hey, father. Amari just took a bunch of our men to fight BOTH the Elves and the Dwarves!
Sas: A lot of them died, too.
Sas: So me and your best friend let her die in the forest...
Sas: But I brought back the Scepter of Healing.
Sas: And you still have your other daughter, Vanessa.
Seems like he only values whatever traditions benefit him. Unlike Zairmak, who eventually let go of some of them.Then again, he is following the orcish tradition to steal what others putted so much effort to earn and then act like a spoiled brat when this comes to bite them later on.
During the First books i´d say that top 1 or 2 among the orcs, not sure if Grael beats him.Speaking of Zairmak, like how strong is he in lore? In cinematics, he can just Blink and Finger any strong opponent to their death.
Rangul just didn't know whosyourdaddy doesn't work in-lore. You can't blame him for that as it served him too well in-game.Ran: Also, Oneeye go defend the islands. I'm sure with the help of ONE entire swordsman, our reserve troops, along with their wives and children can hold off any invader force, and definitely none of them will be captured and burned alive later.
Rangul just didn't know whosyourdaddy doesn't work in-lore. You can't blame him for that as it served him too well in-game.
Perhaps, but it won't be poetic enough, since she haven't even encountered Blen before. Think most of her hatred is for the Wolf Regiment and the Knights of Kome.Regarding Blen, he ain't dying neither in some Golden Guard dungeon or by Rath hand. The female orc trained by the wolf regiment will most likely be his end I am calling it.
Ah damn. I forgot that part.She got brainwashed into thinking Blen did that to her, remember when rath asked her if it was blen that did that to her she said yes.
These characters are almost certainly be added in sheet: Destroyer, Ishzog, Inara, Soryena, Eyes of Aridon (like Bonelords: they will be inseparable as trio), Morganur, Zora, Taray, and Logan. Others are less likely.Dear Shar, i think The Destroyer and Izhog deserved to be appeared in orc character sheet
There is 10% chance of Blen actually surviving and joining Gardon as part of Ironfist and Zyainor later. Maybe Golden Guard will imprison him but perhaps Brian might release him if Gardon manages to contact him after being stripped of status. If he actually becomes part of Zyainor, perhaps he shall better fight Empire in the future better. Perhaps he might play role in Aedale's redemption if he survives till the end.She got brainwashed into thinking Blen did that to her, remember when rath asked her if it was blen that did that to her she said yes.
Now that raises eye brows on itself.
Rath aint killing blen. Quote my ass on this!
Highly unlikely he couldn't understand it was red fist and the dwarfs causing the tremors when Rangul and Ephrog got killed.As for orc islands, perhaps Brian foresaw coming of Redfist on behalf of Amari, and maybe his shadows assisted in evacuation of some orcs. Still heavy blow to Orcs as a race, but nonetheless more generous scenario.
Cmon guys...Why else would Shar introduce a new orc character specifically make her mention Blen and tie her to another new Character who also hates him. Blen story is getting a reboot of some sorts that has made the character less of a generic "Hero" type character. Also I am not assuming Blen will live, I am just saying Rath ain't gonna take his head.There is 10% chance of Blen actually surviving and joining