Tuesday, July 15, 2014

Case Study No. 1442: The Grand Librarian

Let's Play Warlock MotA Ep 11 - Firestorms everywhere!
In this episode we take a bite out of the *great* Librarian, amidst a firestorm of spells. We also start unlocking some higher tier units, and new spells, that we can only wish we had the time to cast.
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From paradoxplaza.com:

Warlock: Master of the Arcane is a new turned-based strategy game set in the fantastical world of Ardania, popularized in Majesty franchise. Warlock: Master of the Arcane invites players to take on the role of the Great Mage and build a powerful magical empire, giving mightly mages the ability to control armies and wield magic to wage war against another, as they compete with other wizards for the title of Warlock.

Name - Warlock: Master of the Arcane
Genres - Turn Based Strategy, Strategy, Fantasy
Platform - Windows DVD
Publisher - Paradox Interactive
Developer - Ino-Co Plus
Release Date - 05/08/2012


From wikia.com:

Great Mages are the competing magic users aiming to become the eponymous Warlock. Players can select one of the existing mages, or customize their own with an existing portrait, an edited name, and alternative races, colors, perks, and spells from available options.


Grand Librarian
Default Race: Human
Default Color: Yellow
Default Perks: Researcher
Default Spells: Favor of Dauros


Priests of Dauros see knowledge as power, and because such power doubles in force when striking from concealment, they are in the habit of hiding it well. Even the very name of the Grand Librarian, the High Priest of Dauros, the god of Order and Knowledge, is scarcely whispered in the darkest corridors of Ardania.

More widely known is that the Grand Librarian never hesistates to demonstrate his magical strength, and never denies his wish to estabish a New Order in Ardania. The Order, he expects, will be founded on the principles of Greater Good, Knowing-Your-Place, and on unquestioning subjugation to the Higher Mind.

(From "The Overall Description of Everything" by Master Alfus Bumblegate)

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