Hosted Project: LoA
- May 6, 2009
Bearmen in plate armor. ImagineI think It would be better 200 HP and 2 armor to all Bearman units plus their leader have thorns aura and Healing rain, making them the tankiest faction on the dominion while the ogres and orcs would be heavy hitters.
Okey lets guess. It happens during the second void war...There will be another playable faction...
Night Elves, you say? That means, that Night Elves... and new Night Elven units?... Or just the plain ones with other abilities?Okey lets guess. It happens during the second void war...
Its the Night elves no doubt.
Wait a minute? Im guessing it will finally be the both the Pigmen and Murlocs. No doubt unless, you and the boys are holding back the Night elves all this time?There will be another playable faction...
I like all of those proposals.Do you plan to add a projectile animation to Grella by the next update or is she still going to use her mind powers to damage foes from the distance?
Oh oh and I have suggested ideas for future Tribal Dominion Leadership Boni.
Amari-Needs to be revamped or rework by later chapters because currently her boni heavily focuses on Orc champions that will be inevitably replaced later by new Allies. Also known as the Ogres Maulers and Shieldbearers(My favorite ground army combo). So may I suggest a Future Boni that focuses more on the heroes of the Dominion and their stats base?
Champions of the Dominion:
"Permanently increase all hero HP by 500, Mana by 200 and attack damage by 5"
For Borrean or that Bearman Chieftain- Since the secret weapon of the Domion is officialy revealed, I have to say his boys are pathetic in combat. The Bearman Gladiator gets outclassed by Ogres in the Brute force contest and eventhough they have ridiculous armor stats they can't tank as much as Shieldbearers do. Plus, their spell casters, eventhough 2 out of the 3 spells are for healing, their healing output is pretty meh compared to the Witch Doctors. So I would suggest this kind of Leadership Boni to better suit the Bearmen combat capabilities.
The Last Tribe's Wrath:
"Increase the Attack damage by 5 or 10 and attack speed by 10% for Gladiators and Herbalists"
Lore for the Last Tribe's Wrath:
"The Koydoss tribe have witnessed both their own home, The pearl of Lor, and their kin getting consumed and corrupted by an unknown evil. Believing that they are the last of their own kind, the Chieftain of the Koydoss tribe has taken a risk in allying themselves with unlikely allies. Now, the Tribe has entered a war that they have never witnessed before, but they must fight for the sake of their own kin's survival or they will face exticntion..."
The Murloc Hero Leadership boni- Since they are a comming new edition to the Dominion. May suggest this kind of Leader ship Boni.
The Murloc Hordes(If Murloc hero is the Iconic Murloc):"Incease the HP by 300 and armor by 2 to all Murloc Units."
The Bigger fishes(If the Murloc Hero is a Naga. Oh I hope you use Najentus model): Increase Behemoth and Gugarnauts' attack damage by 5 and HP by 500. Or Allows you to train or replace Murloc Behemoths with Murloc Gugarnauts. Gugarnauts can cast ice Shard and Crushing waves and summon a Sea Elemental.
Pigmen- another new edition to the dominion and the leadership Boni should focus on the Aggressive side of this allied race. I feel like the pigmen are either Fragile hard hittera or a well rounded frontline brutes.
The call to WAAAAAAAAAAR!:
"Increase the Attack damage by 10 and Attack rate by 10% to all pigmen units."
Lastly Brockta- Oh boy my favorite allied race. Ogres where my favorite unit and race ever since Warcraft 2. Big strong brutes that can pulvirize frontlines in matter of seconds! I can't wait for the Brockta and his Ogre legion's Chapters in the true story! So heres my idea for a Leadership Boni.
The Brutal Might of the Legion:
"Increase the attack speed by 10% and HP by 400 to Ogre Maulers and Ogre Magi"
Well thats all Ive got what you guys think of these ideas?
Blackrazor clan...What factions have we seen and not played as?
Imagine us playing as the Redfist and making Rangul, Sasrogarn and Ephrog flee for their lives.I hope it's the Bloodtones or the Redfist.
I wanted to add in both types so that we could get the correct guess. Still betting on green dragons.What makes you think you have seen the faction yet?
Not saying that is not the case but you know....
Techinally we did played as the Redfist Faction in SOB. Vanessa leading the charge that is and the Duke finishing everything, even back stabbing his own first born Daughter.I hope it's the Bloodtones or the Redfist.
So basically interlude The Duke become playabale chapterImagine us playing as the Redfist and making Rangul, Sasrogarn and Ephrog flee for their lives.
When did you press ESC?While the Dark Trolls are being killed and the cutscene begins I instantly quit it.
Dang you are quick!When did you press ESC?
Edit: Nvm, found the issue.
She went there to meet some scouts, perhaps she shouldn´t have gone alone but She had no reason to believe it was a trap from the Ironfist Trio.I was already expecting Salana to have this fate. She was loyal to Renova, the Ironfist support Larine, and three of her bodyguards were Ironfist. In hindsight, she should have seen this coming from several miles away.
Considering who her leader is, I wouldn't be surprised if Jadira is a demon herself.-I doubt Jadira truly is harmless, she must be hiding something.
The problem is that she apparently never took into account the possibility that the trio was still loyal to Gardon. Gardon was the one that provided those three's services to Salana. She had to know that their allegiance was never 100% to her to begin with.She went there to meet some scouts, perhaps she shouldn´t have gone alone but She had no reason to believe it was a trap from the Ironfist Trio.
Well, our fancy dreadlord didn´t flee the demon realms alone but with his most loyal followers, that would make sense.Considering who her leader is, I wouldn't be surprised if Jadira is a demon herself.
Yeah, being in assigned to the golden guard to help the elves but still use his ironfist armor anyway should have been a clue.The problem is that she apparently never took into account the possibility that the trio was still loyal to Gardon. Gardon was the one that provided those three's services to Salana. She had to know that their allegiance was never 100% to her to begin with.
I think that seeing traitors in such an extreme way, because of Gardon's mind control, ironically makes Selena worse at spotting traitors. If she's got the certitude that all treachery is unnacceptable and should be punished by death, it makes sense that she would think other people, especially those close to her, would think the same. The trio helped her get rid of traitors before and since duty and treachery were basically all that was left on her mind, I'd say that, with the time they spent among the elves, it makes sense they'd get pretty close.In hindsight, she should have seen this coming from several miles away.
Pretty sure her words are her weapon. She makes other people think that it's beneficial to deal with her, while in actuality, she and her boss only cares about whoever brings the most profit. No profit = no allegiance.Considering who her leader is, I wouldn't be surprised if Jadira is a demon herself.
That simple thought process didn't even cross her mind, since she was so mindfucked, I think.Yeah, being in assigned to the golden guard to help the elves but still use his ironfist armor anyway should have been a clue.
Feel free to.So I could say a lot
Pretty sure one of them has an arrow with her name on it.Imagine if Renova was to find out that two of the Undead commanders were people she used to know.
To quote a certain elf: Gardon happened.-Salana´s mind broked... why it has to be like that, Salana was a great character and one of the few that wanted to end the war and help his race improve, yet she became this.
He is a stubborn old elf. Well, he was.-Durin, you just saw the stronger human of his generation, being an undead lich (even more powerful) pass your little magic defenses and barriers without issue. You can believe he can destroy the magic barrior in a wimp. You should have agreed...
Something that needs to be taken into account since it is easily forgotten:The problem is that she apparently never took into account the possibility that the trio was still loyal to Gardon. Gardon was the one that provided those three's services to Salana. She had to know that their allegiance was never 100% to her to begin with.
Well, it is not as if Gardon and co would have let her escape.and now she even fails to escape.
Words can be quite powerful.Pretty sure her words are her weapon.
After thinking and watched again the wip video, I have many ideas and speculations:Feel free to.
Maybe an IA allie made of the Knights of Kome faction or Merlon.-So Cora is with the main group of the Ironfist. Now that makes me wonder if the Knights of Kome will appear to stablishing a base in the place we need to destroy in SHB in order to have Cora and some of them. Perhaps even control Theoden of Kome in this mission?
Is it Arkain Question Time again already?not that that's out of the way, i got a few questions. these may have been repeated before, but not sure where the questions were.
-Zelech vs Harmos, who would win?
-How big are the armies? We know the Golden Guard has many battalions and the Empire has many regiments, but how big are they really? and how big are the nexi, the tribal dominion, and zyainor?
-the amulet of discipline is actually the same as what korjaha the hunter had and was forced to serve orders. Amari used this amulet in order to control grella's bloodlust. What about Merlon's amulet then? though we know the amulet forces its wearer to obey the commands of the one who put the magic, merlon doesn't seem or look forced to follow gardon's orders. i mean, it was mentioned that he was in a pub or something.
-Destroyer vs Dorbric, who would win?
-Harmos vs Zelech, who would win?
-Gardon vs Amari, better wielder of shadow magic?
-Did Tregakh in Largoth possess the emperor or is he manipulating him?
-Is the Blackguard stronger than the bloodfist or shocktroopers from redfist.
-How well-versed are the grave wardens in necromancy?
-was general whitefield like a replacement for general greymoore? in SHB, blen was killed. But in SOB, blen would be part of the ironfist.
-what happened to the rest of the grey guard?
sorry 'bout that. if there is a session where we ask questions regarding these, i'll save em. then again, i do have more questions regarding a lot of the different stories. whether it's power-wise, fate-wise, or faction-wise.Is it Arkain Question Time again already?
It's honestly sad that salana was killed, the main reason is because salana blindly followed renova even though she knew of her incompetence. it just shows her unwavering loyalty towards the queen.So Shar off-ed Salana but not really (To keep the old head Salana loyalists happy)
Decided to put Lera in charge (apparently she has more fans that Salana, must be the red hair)
and ALSO WE GET TO PLAY WITH LERA AGAIN (i know i know technically Mina didn't join Larine but the extra added cutscene with the disguised succubi whatever her name is clearly hints at this)
Its barely the new year and we getting spoiled.
The reason why Gardon chose Larine over Salana was due to the fact that her innate hatred towards traitors would end up frying her brain when Gardon would eventually use his mind controlling abilities on her to betray Renova (this is clearly hinted on her confused attitude on the sneakpeak and also in the earlier chapters when we defend the capital from Retka)
yeah, i guess there are other ways to deal with the problem. damn, the politics of the human stories are complicated. the orc and undead stories are far less complicated than this imo.She was loyal, yes, but part of her blindness is due to Gardon messing up her necklace. As for why she's loyal in the first place, I guess that she's the type who wants to fix the broken system from the inside, rather than smash it and build a new one like Gardon.
yeah, my favorite among the books is definitely the human book. besides making a tyrant's decisions reasonable, it also shows us more personality between the characters. though i like blen's character, he's definitely a fairy tale-type of character, the others making decisions for the "greater good" is definitely an interesting concept in the books.I mean, human irl is also complicated, politics or not, but that what's makes it interesting.
Not that the Orc and the Undead aren't interesting, of course, but just in a different, slightly teensy bit less relatable way.
She got killed. You met her as a Dark Ranger in the precedent Ironfist mission.I just thought about it but... Lera is nowhere to be seen. Was she among the neutral elves ?
Whoops... Didn't attack the undead so I didn't see her. Thanks for the infoShe got killed. You met her as a Dark Ranger in the precedent Ironfist mission.
I agree, @johnwar did an amazing job there!It'll be a while before you can use them in the war for Salria. Thanks again @johnwar
Cough.2.) ARE SHIELD BEARERS COMING BACK? You're bringing back Shield Bearers, right? Right? RIGHT???????
She said it herself in the intro: She does not trust them.-Well, what happened with Mina was too obvious, I wouldn't want to stay with a queen that would lead us to ruin, but accepting a new queen who has too dubious allies is a huge long-term risk. I just hope the poor archer doesn't accept anything that comes from the Ironfist, those bastards already did too much damage.
Good luck outrunning the Ironbarks.-If I were an elf and saw that my new queen wears the colors and armor of the Ironfist, and knowing what they have done with the rest of the soldiers who defended the kingdom... my wisest decision would be to escape. I could feel the fear in some of the civilians as Larine gave her speech.