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Walkthroughs of Disciples 2 - Guardian of the Light


Disciples 2 - Guardian of the Light Walkthroughs


Disciples 2 - Guardian of the Light


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¦ The aim of this file is to provide you with general information on ¦
¦ Disciples 2 : Guardians of the Light in a clear and readable format. ¦
¦ I hope it serves you well !! - Mister Sinister ¦
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Dedicated to my dear Friend Nick, Acolyte of the Iliad.


Table of Contents

1. Introduction and Overview of the Game
2. Basic Controls
3. The Two Races
4. Tact & Diplomacy
5. Types of Items
6. Stats for Units
7. Rulers and Leaders
8. Comments on Units and Suggested Upgrade Routes
9. Tips and Tricks
10. Credits

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OVERVIEW

Disciples 2 : Guardians of the Light is a turn-based strategy game where the
player picks one of two major races and battles across either a pre-defined
sequence of levels (the Sagas), one of a number of set individual missions
(the Quests), plays in a Custom Saga, or with other human in multi-player
mode.

Guardians of the Light is an official Expansion Pack for the Disciples 2 title.

It is a swords and sorcery type game, with a reasonably simple interface and
gentle learning curve, but which boasts hours and hours of gameplay, and is
quite honestly ? HELLISHLY addictive ... I heartily recommend it.

I have written individual in-depth walkthroughs for the Sagas for the two main
races in this expansion pack - the Empire and the Mountain Clans, and both of
those can be found at http://www.gamefaqs.com.

Helpful comments and so on are always welcome, and I can be reached at
shadowpath@hotmail.com

- Mister Sinister, 2004

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BASIC CONTROLS

As with any strategy game, troop management skills are FUNDAMENTAL to your
success. In order to become a good Guardians of the Light player, you will
need to learn which units function well together, which units complement each
other,and which units should definitely NEVER be placed together.

To that end, I have sub-divided this section of my FAQ into three parts :-

A) The World Map
B) Combat
C) City Management

=============================== THE WORLD MAP ================================

The World Map is where (not surprisingly) you move all your troops about. Each
unit is led by one of the creatures in it, and this creature represents the
entire unit's icon on the map. For example, a unit led by a werewolf will be
depicted as a werewolf on the map.

Each unit has a different number of movement points, and these are reduced at
different speeds depending on which type of terrain you are crossing ... for
example, you will travel MUCH slower by water than you will through forests ...

... some units can fly, and this helps get about the map a fair bit quicker ...
but if you put flying units with non-flying units, you are once again (by and
large - there ARE a couple of exceptions) slowing down your troop movement
as the unit must move together, as one.

Combat is initiated by moving to a square adjacent to a rival or enemy unit on
the map, and combat is dealt with in a separate screen.

The world map begins by being totally covered in a fog of war, which disperses
as you move your units about ... certain terrain cannot be traversed, and you
will have to find ways around it ... examples include waterfalls, whirlpools
and mountain ranges.

Obviously not all of the creatures you encounter on the world map will be
hostile - some will give you sub-quests which you can complete to gain prizes
should you wish ... others will be territorial, and will either attack you on
sight or pursue you until you leave their area of the map.

You will encounter cities belonging to other players, as well as neutral
cities, and various other structures dotted about the map, ALL of which can be
explored and/or conquered.

BEAR IN MIND AT ALL TIMES that this is a TURN-BASED strategy game. Therefore,
whilst you have the luxury of time to think your moves through, as you would
in a chess game, poor troop movement can lead to units becoming isolated at
the end of a turn, and easy pickings for roaming creatures ...

... always watch your back ...

Each unit on the map can comprise up to SIX individual characters. So, taking
our earlier example of the unit being led by the Werewolf, this unit can
comprise the Werewolf that leads them, and up to FIVE other characters ... if
the leader dies, the unit will still be able to move, but will do so at a MUCH
slower rate, and the unit's icon on the map will change. It will still be the
Werewolf, but you will see that the leader has died because a little skull
shield will be displayed at the foot of the icon. This allows you at a glance
to see units which have had their leaders slain.

Provided at least ONE character in the unit is still alive, it is possible to
heal and/or resurrect those characters in the unit which have died. You can
either do this via magic, CHEATING (tut tut), at any of your Cities (provided
you have constructed a Temple in your Capital City), or using potions.

Your Capital City (each major race has one) is your seat of Power on the level
BUT, unlike many OTHER turn-based strategy games where there is a REAL risk of
losing your Capital, and thus losing the level, in Disciples 2 each player's
Capital City is occupied by (not only a maximum of 11 "normal" troops but also)
an INCREDIBLY powerful Guardian, who CANNOT leave and who's SOLE purpose is to
protect the Capital.

Sounds like you might still be vulnerable ? In all practical reality you won't
be - the Guardians are WELL powerful, and it is EXCEEDINGLY unlikely that you
will ever lose your Capital ;)

You will ALSO find shops on the world map ... there are several merchants in
the game who have set up shop on the various levels, and with whom you can
trade ... even if you can see no use for something you have picked up on a
level, you can always sell it at a shop to gain extra gold ;)

The currencies of the game are five-fold. You have gold (obviously), which
you use to buy upgrades for your cities, to recruit new troops, to bribe the
other players, and so on.

Then there are the four types of mana. There is Death Mana, Runestone Mana,
Life Mana and Infernal Mana.

Both gold AND mana are generated at resources on the map, and these resources
can be bled off to give (effectively) unlimited resources to your race - I say
*effectively* unlimited as, whilst there is only a certain amount of each type
of energy that will be generated by each resource per turn, the supply from
which this is drawn is infinite - i.e. you will never deplete a gold or mana
resource on the map (which is KEWL !!)

One last thing.

When you look at the map you will be able to see the terrain that belongs to
your race by looking at the ground. Each turn, your race's terrain expands
from every city in every direction, and whenever it touches an unclaimed
resource, it seizes it for your race.

Since it would take an eternity to gain control over the ENTIRE map this way,
the game designers have very kindly provided each race with one type of unit
that can be recruited who's sole purposes is to "plant rods". Planting a rod
is a very simple process which allows you to stake a claim to a very small
parcel of land which is not already yours.

... I hope that makes sense ... I'll try to explain ...

Say this is the world, and you own the left-hand side of it. :-

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If you want to take control over the GOLD resource I have labelled in MY land,
you would either have to expand your terrain on a turn by turn basis until the
Gold Resource was yours, OR you could send your "rod-planter" (the name for
the character varies with each race) TO the Gold Resource, and then stake it.

If you plant a rod at the Gold Resource, and thereby stake it as being yours,
the terrain around the resource changes to become yours.

Rods CAN, however, be destroyed by other rod-planters, and this dispute over
resources forms a VERY important part of the game, naturally ...

... right ! I've bored you with that - now we can go onwards to the combat
aspect of the game !!


=================================== COMBAT ===================================

As I stated in the previous section, combat occurs when one of your units
enters a square on the map that is adjacent to a non-friendly unit (or,
conversely, when a non-friendly unit enters a square that is adjacent to one
of YOUR troops).

When this happens, the action switches to a 3-dimensional view of the square
in question, and combat takes place.

Combat in Disciples 2 is a VERY very simple affair. The unit that is
attacking is highlighted at its feet in yellow, and the units you are
presently opting to attack is highlighted at its feet in red ... just point
the mouse at the unit you want to attack (or help, depending on your race),
and click !

HOW EASY IS THAT BY THE WAY !?!?!

Combat is, however, not as DULL as that sounds.

You recall I mentioned earlier that a unit can comprise a maximum of SIX
characters ?? Well, each unit is broken up into two RANKS as well.

THIS IS VITALLY IMPORTANT.

Combat basically looks like this :-

YOUR UNITS THEIR UNITS

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... geez ... I hope I haven't made that look more complicated than it needed
to be.

BASICALLY your six units are on the left, and THEIR six units are on the right.
Melee units should be placed in the FRONT row, as they can only attack adjacent
units ... spellcasters, who are generally weaker, should be placed in the BACK
row, as they can attack at range ...

... hope that makes sense :">

You will see from the Stats section that each character has its own method of
attacking.

With VERY rare exceptions, each character only has ONE way of attacking, so it
really is just a very simple point-and-click routine ... but the variety comes
in the sheer NUMBER of different creatures you can command and control, and
the fun-factor and beauty of their attack animations :">

The order in which characters attack in the combat screen is determined by
their initiative roll - each character has an initiative modifier, which
swings initiative in their favour, but there are occasional upsets - as in,
where a character with a higher initiative is pipped to the post by a
character with a lower initiative ...

There are a number of different combat OPTIONS ... these include allowing the
Computer to take over combat for you (although certainly on the easier
difficulties it doesn't always attack the units you probably would).

There is also the option to end combat immediately (i.e. automatically resolve
who wins and who loses) - good for those "AAAAAAAAAAARGH I can't be @rsed to
fight you - let's just see who WINS" moments (which you WILL have).

Further options include retreat, where you really wanna get out with your life
(but all attacking units get a free hit on units that are running away, so if
you DO run you'd better do it en masse), and Defend - an instruction to a
particular character to brace itself for an incoming attack.

The variety of options on the combat screen, coupled with the variety of units
and attacks they have IN TOTAL, makes for a lot of strategy in the combat
screen AS YOU WILL SEE ;)

Combat ends when either all six characters in your opponents unit are dead or
have fled.

... there ... we've pretty much exhausted that section ... ONWARD !! =D

============================== CITY MANAGEMENT ===============================

This is VITAL to your success in Disciples 2.

Basically, when a creature levels up, it GENERALLY (although not always)
changes its appearance to become tougher ... harder ... MORE kick@ss ...

What your creature becomes when it levels up will depend on the buildings you
have erected in your Capital City.

For example, if you are playing the Empire, your bog-standard melee fighter
is the "Squire" character. In your Capital you can build one of two
different buildings that will alter the Squire's Upgrade Route. If you
construct Stable, your Squire will become a Knight when he levels up ...
if you choose instead to construct a Dungeon, your Squire will become a Witch
Hunter.

Both routes are mutually exclusive - this means that you cannot allow some of
your Squires to become Knights, and some to become Witch Hunters - it's all or
nothing ...

Fortunately, however, once you have completed a level, all the buildings in
your Capital City are wiped out, so on the start of the NEXT level you can
change the upgrade paths and, consequently, your units, should you wish.

Certain buildings do not affect the upgrade path of units ... these are the
Mage Tower (which is necessary in order for you to research spells), the
Thieves' Guild (which is required before you can recruit thieves, who can spy
on enemy players to reveal the characters garrisoned in Cities, etc.), and the
Temple (which you need before you can heal and/or resurrect creatures).

You can also conduct spell research in your capital, provided you have enough
mana to learn the spell in question, and it is picked from your list of
available spells.

PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU CAN ONLY RESEARCH ONE SPELL, AND BUILD ONE BUILDING PER
TURN.

You will also take over other cities, naturally ... these cities are NOT your
capital, however, and whilst the majority of the rules apply, there are
certain changes. FOR EXAMPLE, you cannot build buildings in your other cities
- this is because you only NEED one set, and for ease of administration those
are all located in the Capital. For example, once a Temple has been built in
your Capital, you can heal and resurrect characters in ALL your cities.

Each NON-CAPITAL city can "grow" as well ... there are five levels of growth,
and these affect the number of characters that can be housed in a city, the
rate at which your terrain sprouts forth from the city, the speed with which
characters that are in the city recover their Hit Points, and so on.

Each city can only grow ONCE per turn.

Finally, each city can house troops and hold items. On the party screen, you
will see two units of troops. On the left is a list of troops that are just
healing, etc., in the city.

To the right is a list of the troops which are garrisoned in the city ...

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THE TWO RACES

The two races you can pick from are as follows :-

1) The Empire
2) The Mountain Clans

THE EMPIRE, led by 3 competing rulers, are portrayed at least at the OUTSET as
your bog-standard hero types, their units including Knights, Priests, Paladins,
Holy Avengers, and so on. As they mature, you realise that there is trouble in
Paradise, however ... and great turmoil and anger exists between the 3 rulers,
as each vies for overall control of the Empire. In spite of this, the Empire
remain one of the most basic and steadfast races in the game ... their main
bonus is that they boast more healing units than any other race, and this helps
prolong their lives during combat and otherwise ....

THE MOUNTAIN CLANS, ruled by Queen Yataa'Halli, are basically made up of
Dwarves and Giants. Their units include Warriors, Veterans, Hill Giants, Sons
of Ymir, Flame Casters, and other wee ones ... they are strong and sturdy, but
suffer from VERY poor initiative ratings, which means that they generally take
damage in combat before they are able to dish it out. To make up for this, the
Mountain Clans are about the only race in the game who's upgrade paths cross-
over ... what I mean by this is that melee fighters can become multi-hitting
spellcasters and vice-versa, depending on the upgrade path chosen.

There are, of course, other "mini" races in the game, but you cannot play as
these ... they include the Marshdwellers, the Greenskins, the Barbarian
Tribes and the Occultists. They help add variety and spice to the game,
and to generally keep it interesting =)

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TACT & DIPLOMACY

Although not of PARAMOUNT importance - at least not on the easier difficulty
settings, is the notion of tact and diplomacy. You play against other races
... those races have rulers ... those rulers can be spoken to, and negotiated
with ...

The Disciples 2 Diplomacy interface is kinda limited ... but it's very much a
secondary aspect of the game anyway, so it doesn't really DETRACT from it or
anything ... basically you have options for Diplomacy ... you can offer gold
to another player, you can offer to sell them a magic spell, you can propose
an alliance with them, or you can even break an existing alliance with them
and go to war with them ...

You will find that, as you attack another player's enemies, your popularity
with that player will naturally increase and, over time, the other players may
well offer to ally with you.

Alliances are NOT set in stone, however, so always make sure to watch your
back at all times ;)

When you are allied with another race you cannot attack their troops or
cities, or steal their resources unless the treaty is broken ... the treaty
can be broken at any time, but whilst it is in place, you too can feel
reasonably safe from attacks by that race ...

Similarly, you will find that your allies will, from time to time, attempt to
sell YOU spells and other niceities, and they will frown upon you if you do
not take them ... even though 99.9% of the time they inflate the price ;)


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TYPES OF ITEMS

There are LOADS of different types of items that you can pick up ... these
include :-

POTIONS Only good once, and can only affect one character for
one turn.
SCROLLS Can only be used once, and only by a Magic User, but
any spell can wind up being picked up as a scroll, so
they are QUITE useful ;)
ORBS Only useable in combat, and only by a magic user - can
only be used once and then they disappear.
TALISMANS Can be used several times before they wear out, but
only once per combat session, and only in combat.
STAFFS Can be used like spells, and do not wear out ... no
use in combat, however.
ARTIFACTS Can be equipped by leaders (if they have the
corresponding skill), and can bolster their power or
give them new powers - VERY USEFUL !!
BANNERS Only one can be carried by your leader at a time (and
even then only if your leader has the corresponding
skill), but with effects like "Increase the damage of
all characters in your unit by 20%" they are NOT to
be sneezed at.
TOMES With VERY rare exception, tomes are exclusively used
as wards. You can only use one at a time but, whilst
holding it, you are warded against that type of attack
- e.g. Tome of Air = Air Ward
TRAVEL ITEMS Boots, basically ... they augment your movement points
and/or skills - e.g. Boots of the Elements mean that
you suffer no movement penalty whilst travelling over
water - WHICH IS GREAT !! =D

(I am sure there are more, but you can take these as a
smattering)

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¦ The aim of this part is to provide you with the stats for as many races ¦
¦ (hopefully all of them) as I could fine, and to present these stats in a ¦
¦ clear and readable format. Obviously in order to make it readable, space ¦
¦ is very important, and I have therefore had to abbreviate in certain areas ¦
¦ For your ease of reference, I have reproduced a key below, which I hope ¦
¦ will make sense - it's pretty obvious ;) - Mister Sinister ¦
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KEY :-

In the event that I haven't had enough space to put a FULL text explanation of
what something means, I have abbreviated. Here is a list of the abbreviations
I have used throughout this document :-


% HIT = Percentage Chance to Hit
A = Air
ADJ = Adjacent only
Ai = Air
AR = Armour Rating
ATT = Attacks (methods of attacking)
Br = Breath (usually of Dragon's)
Brth = Breath (usually of Dragon's)
CHIEFTN = Chieftain [Barbarian Chieftn = Barbarian Chieftain]
Cur = Cure
D = Death
DAM = Damage inflicted
De = Death
De. = Death (usually "Death Touch")
Dm = Damage
Drn = Drain
E = Earth
Ea = Earth
F = Fire
Fi = Fire
Frstbt = Frostbite
HP = Hit Points
IMM = Immunities
In-B = Infernal Blade
INIT = Initiative
Li = Life
Low = Lower [Low Init = Lower Initiative]
Lvl = Level
Lwr = Lower [Lwr Dam = Lower Damage]
M = Mind
Mi = Mind
Overflw = Overflow (as in, Drain Life Overflow) ;)
P'lyse = Paralyse
Para = Paralyse
Pet = Petrify
Po = Poison
Poi = Poison
REA = Reach
Shr = Shower (as in, Ice Shower) ;)
Sp = Swipe, when used with Tree - i.e. Tree Sp = Tree Swipe
SRC = Source of the Attack(s)
Swd = Sword
TAR = Targets
Tch = Touch (e.g. De. Tch = Death's Touch)
Un. = Undead [usually "Undead Blade" (Un.Blade)]
W = Water
Wa = Water
WARD = Warded Against
We = Weapon

Nb - if an attack type is listed in brackets it means the unit has TWO of this
attack

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THE UNITS OF THE EMPIRE

LEADER UNITS (Party Leaders, etc.)

HP AR IMM WARD ATT % HIT DAM SRC INIT REA TAR

MYZRAEL 900 50+40 - - Holy Wrath 95 250 Life 90 Any 6
PEGASUS
KNIGHT 150 0 - - Long Sword 80 50 Wea 50 Adj 1
RANGER 90 0 - - Falcon Arrow 80 40 Wea 60 Any 1
ARCHMAGE 65 0 - - Lightning 80 30 Air 40 Any 6
ARCHANGEL 100 0 - - Healing 100 40 Life 10 Any 1
THIEF 100 0 - - Daggers 80 30 Wea 60 Adj 1

SUBORDINATE UNITS (Group Members, etc.)

HP AR IMM WARD ATT % HIT DAM SRC INIT REA TAR

ACOLYTE 50 0 - - Heal 100 20 Life 10 Any 1
ANGEL 225 0 - - Holy Lance 80 125 Wea 50 Adj 1
APPRENTICE 35 0 - - Lightning 80 15 Air 40 Any 6
ARCHER 45 0 - - Arrow 80 25 Wea 60 Any 1
CLERIC 75 0 - - Healing 100 20 Life 10 Any 6
DEFENDER
OF FAITH 225 30 - - Sword 80 125 Wea 70 Adj 1
ELEMENTALIST 95 0 - Air Summon 100 0 Air 40 Any 1
GRAND
INQUISITOR 210 0 Mind Fire Holy Mace 80 100 Wea 50 Adj 1
HIEROPHANT 125 0 - - Heal/Revive 100/100 120 Li/Li 10 Any 1
HOLY AVENGER 250 0 - - 2 x Long Sword 80 75 Wea 50 Adj 1
IMPERIAL
ASSASSIN 135 0 - - Dagger/Poison 85/75 60 We/De 60 Any 1
IMPERIAL
KNIGHT 200 0 - - Lance 80 75 Wea 50 Adj 1
IMPERIAL
PRIEST 100 0 - - Healing 100 80 Life 10 Any 1
INQUISITOR 180 0 Mind - Mace 80 75 Wea 50 Adj 1
KNIGHT 150 0 - - Sword 80 50 Wea 50 Adj 1
MAGE 65 0 - - Lightning 80 30 Air 40 Any 6
MARKSMAN 90 0 - - Arrow 85 40 Wea 60 Any 1
MATRIARCH 100 0 - - Heal/Cure 100/100 40 Li/Li 10 Any 6
PALADIN 175 30 - - Long Sword 80 100 Wea 50 Adj 1
PRIEST 75 0 - - Healing 100 40 Life 10 Any 1
PROPHETESS 125 0 - - Heal/Cure 100/100 70 Li/Li 10 Any 6
SQUIRE 100 0 - - Sword 80 25 Wea 50 Adj 1
TITAN 250 0 - - Smash 80 60 Wea 50 Adj 1
WHITE WIZARD 125 0 - - Lightning 80 60 Air 40 Any 6
WITCH-HUNTER 140 0 Mind - Sword 80 50 Wea 50 Adj 1
WIZARD 95 0 - - Lightning 80 45 Air 40 Any 6

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THE UNITS OF THE UNDEAD HORDES

LEADER UNITS (Party Leaders, etc.)

HP AR IMM WARD ATT % HIT DAM SRC INIT REA TAR

ASHGAN
DEATH KNIGHT 150 0 Death - Undead Blade 80 50 Wea 50 Adj 1
NOSFERAT 90 0 Death - Drain Life 80 10 Dea 50 Any 6
LICH QUEEN 65 0 Death - Fire Storm 80 30 Fire 40 Any 6
BANSHEE 100 0 Death - Paralyze 70 0 Mind 20 Any 1
THIEF 100 0 - - Daggers 80 30 Wea 60 Adj 1

SUBORDINATE UNITS (Group Members, etc.)

HP AR IMM WARD ATT % HIT DAM SRC INIT REA TAR

ARCHLICH 170 0 Death - Plague 80 90 Dea 40 Any 6
DARK LORD 200 0 - F,W,A,E Undead Blade 80 75 Wea 50 Adj 1
DEATH 125 0 Wea,De - Death Touch/Poi 80/50 100 De/De 60 Any 1
DEATHDRAGON 375 0 Death - Breath 80 55 Dea 35 Any 6
DOOMDRAKE 300 0 - - Breath 80 40 Dea 35 Any 6
DRACOLICH 525 0 Death - Pestilence Br 80 75 Dea 35 Any 6
DREADWYRM 450 0 Death - Plague Br/Poi 80/40 65 De/De 35 Any 6
ELDER VAMP 210 0 Death - Drain Li Overflw 80 60 Dea 40 Any 6
FIGHTER 120 0 - - Sword 80 25 Wea 50 Adj 1
GHOST 45 0 Death - Paralyze 65 0 Mind 20 Any 1
INITIATE 45 0 - - Pestilence 80 15 Dea 40 Any 6
LICH 140 0 Death - Plague 80 70 Dea 40 Any 6
NECROMANCER 105 0 - Death Pestilence 80 45 Dea 40 Any 6
PHANTOM WARR 320 0 Death - Un.Blade/Para 80/50 125 We,Mn 50 Adj 1
SHADE 135 0 Death - Paralyse 50 0 Mind 20 Any 6
SKELETON
CHAMPION 270 0 Death - Long Sword 80 100 Wea 50 Adj 1
SKELETON
WARRIOR 220 0 Death - Long Sword 80 75 Wea 50 Adj 1
SPECTER 90 0 Death - Paralyse 70 0 Mind 20 Any 1
TEMPLAR 160 0 - F,W,A,E Lance 80 50 Wea 50 Adj 1
VAMPIRE 185 0 Death - Drain Life 80 50 Dea 40 Any 6
WARLOCK 75 0 - - Pestilence 80 30 Dea 40 Any 6
WEREWOLF 100 0 Weapon - Slash 80 40 Wea 50 Adj 1
WIGHT 105 0 We,De - De.Tch/Drn Lvl 80/80 75 De/De 50 Any 1
WRAITH 75 0 We,De - Pestilence 80 60 Dea 60 Any 1
WYVERN 225 0 - - Breath 80 25 Dea 35 Any 6
ZOMBIE 170 0 Death - Slash 80 50 Wea 50 Adj 1

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THE UNITS OF THE LEGIONS OF THE DAMNED

LEADER UNITS (Party Leaders, etc.)

HP AR IMM WARD ATT % HIT DAM SRC INIT REA TAR

ASHKAEL
DUKE 150 0 - - Infernal Sword 80 50 Wea 50 Adj 1
COUNSELOR 90 0 - - Crossbow 80 40 Wea 60 Any 1
ARCH-DEVIL 65 0 - - Flame Burst 80 30 Fire 40 Any 6
BARONESS 100 0 - - Fear 80 0 Mind 20 Any 1
THIEF 100 0 - - Daggers 80 30 Wea 60 Adj 1

SUBORDINATE UNITS (Group Members, etc.)

HP AR IMM WARD ATT % HIT DAM SRC INIT REA TAR

ANTI-PALADIN 220 0 - - Battle Axe 80 75 Wea 50 Adj 1
ABYSSAL
DEMON 600 0 - - In-B/Pet 80/40 140 We/Mn 40 Adj 1
BEAST 420 0 - - Slash 80 70 Wea 20 Any 6
BERZERKER 170 0 - - Battle Axe 80 50 Wea 50 Adj 1
CULTIST 45 0 - - Fire Rain 80 15 Fire 40 Any 6
DEMON 270 0 - - Slash 80 80 Wea 35 Adj 1
DEMONOLOGIST 105 0 - - Fire Rain 80 45 Fire 40 Any 6
DEMON LORD 470 0 - - Axe 80 140 Wea 40 Adj 1
DEVIL 170 0 - - Slash 80 50 Wea 35 Adj 1
DOPPLEGANGER 120 0 - - Morph/Slash 80 30 Wea 80 Adj 1
FIEND 250 0 - - Slash/Poison 80/40 60 We/De 50 Adj 1
GARGOYLE 90 40 Poison Mind Rock Shards 80 40 Wea 60 Any 1
HAG 115 0 - - Polymorph 80 0 Mind 20 Any 1
INCUBUS 135 0 - - Petrify 65 0 Earth 20 Any 6
INFERNAL
KNIGHT 270 0 - - Infernal Sword 80 100 Wea 50 Adj 1
MARBLE
GARGOYLE 150 60 Poison Mind Rock Shards 80 65 Wea 60 Any 1
MODEUS 170 0 - Fire Fire Storm 80 75 Fire 40 Any 6
MOLOCH 370 0 - - Slash 80 110 Wea 35 Adj 1
ONYX
GARGOYLE 170 65 Poison Mind Onyx Shards 80 85 Wea 60 Any 1
OVERLORD 570 0 - - Infernal Blade 80 170 Wea 40 Adj 1
PANDEMONEUS 135 0 - - Fire Storm 80 60 Fire 40 Any 6
POSSESSED 120 0 - - Short Sword 80 25 Wea 50 Adj 1
SORCEROR 75 0 - - Fire Rain 80 30 Fire 40 Any 6
SUCCUBUS 145 0 - - Polymorph 40 0 Mind 20 Any 6
TIAMATH 495 0 - - Slash/Lwr Dam 80/80 100 We/Mn 20 Any 6
WITCH 75 0 - - Polymorph 80 0 Mind 20 Any 1


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THE UNITS OF THE MOUNTAIN CLANS

LEADER UNITS (Party Leaders, etc.)

HP AR IMM WARD ATT % HIT DAM SRC INIT REA TAR

VITHAR 900 50+40 - - Vithar's Thunder 95 250 Life 90 Any 6
KING'S GUARD 225 0 - - Battle Axe 80 60 Wea 40 Adj 1
ENGINEER 135 0 - - Crossbow 80 40 Wea 50 Any 1
LOREMASTER 95 0 - - Earth Fall 80 30 Earth 30 Any 6
DWARF
CHAMPION 150 0 - - Axe 80 40 Wea 30 Adj 1
THIEF 150 0 - - Daggers 80 40 Wea 50 Adj 1

SUBORDINATE UNITS (Group Members, etc.)

HP AR IMM WARD ATT % HIT DAM SRC INIT REA TAR

ALCHEMIST 120 0 - - Give Attack 100 0 Life 10 Any 1
ARCHDRUIDESS 150 0 - - Boost Dmg/Cur 100/100 +100 Li/Li 70 Any 1
AXE THROWER 65 0 - - Throwing Axe 80 25 Wea 40 Any 1
CROSSBOWMAN 110 0 - - Crossbow 80 40 Wea 40 Any 1
DRUIDESS 120 0 - - Boost Dmg/Cur 100/100 +75 Li/Li 70 Any 1
DWARF 150 0 - - Warhammer 80 30 Wea 40 Adj 1
DWARF KING 250 30 - Mi,Wa Great Mace 80 100 Wea 20 Adj 1
ELDER ONE 400 0 - - Lightning 80 80 Air 20 Any 6
FLAME CASTER 130 0 - Fire Flame Burst 80 35 Fire 40 Any 6
FORGE
GUARDIAN 155 0 - - Crossbow 80 70 Wea 40 Any 1
HERMIT 250 0 - - Ice Shr/Lw Int 80/33 55 Wa/Wa 40 Any 6
HILL GIANT 210 0 - - Tree Sp 80 60 Earth 30 Adj 1
ICE GIANT 400 0 Water - Ice Shard 80 120 Water 30 Adj 1
MOUNTAINEER 225 0 - - Ice Shards 80 30 Water 40 Any 6
NOVICE 90 0 - - Boost Damage 100 +50 Life 70 Any 1
ROCK GIANT 310 0 - - Punch 80 90 Earth 30 Adj 1
RUNE MASTER 300 0 - - 2 x Axe 80 65 Wea 40 Adj 1
SON OF YMIR 500 0 Water - Ice Swd/Frstbt 80/85 150 Wa/Wa 50 Adj 1
TEMPEST
GIANT 350 0 - - Call Lightning 80 50 Air 20 Any 6
TENDERFOOT 60 0 - - Boost Damage 100 +25 Life 70 Any 1
VENERABLE
WARRIOR 275 0 - - Great Axe 80 100 Wea 40 Adj 1
VETERAN 250 0 - - Warhammer 80 80 Wea 40 Adj 1
WARRIOR 200 0 - - Warhammer 80 55 Wean 40 Adj 1
WOLF LORD 225 0 - - Morph/Frost Brth 80 40 Water 40 Any 6
YETI 230 0 - Water Ice Breath 80 30 Water 40 Any 6

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THE NEUTRAL UNITS

LEADER UNITS (Party Leaders, etc.)

[PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS CATEGORY INCLUDES ALL SUMMONED CREATURES, THE MARSH
DWELLERS, ETC.]

HP AR IMM WARD ATT % HIT DAM SRC INIT REA TAR

AIR ELEMENTL 100 0 Air - Slash 80 30 Air 40 Any 1
BARBARIAN
CHIEFTN 275 0 - - Great Claws 80 100 Wea 40 Adj 1
BARBARIAN
WARRIOR 250 0 - - Axe 80 80 Wea 40 Adj 1
BLACK DRAGON 800 0 Death - Acid Breath 75 125 Death 40 Any 6
BLUE DRAGON 700 0 Water - Steam Breath 75 100 Water 40 Any 6
BROWN BEAR 270 0 - - Claw 80 60 Wea 65 Adj 1
CENTAUR 140 0 - - Arrow 80 40 Wea 60 Any 1
CENTAUR
LANCER 225 0 - - Lance 84 89 Wea 55 Adj 1
ELF LORD 195 0 - Air Lightning 80 50 Air 50 Any 6
ELF RANGER 45 0 - - Arrow 80 25 Wea 65 Any 1
FAT IMP 100 0 - - Slash 70 30 Wea 50 Adj 1
FOREST ELF 100 0 - - Spear 80 40 Wea 65 Adj 1
GIANT BLACK
SPIDER 370 0 - - Pincer/Paralyse 80/90 120 We/De 35 Adj 1
GIANT SPIDER 420 0 - - Pincer/Paralyse 80/80 130 We/Mi 35 Adj 1
GOBLIN 50 0 - - Spear 80 15 Wea 30 Adj 1
GOBLIN ARCHER 40 0 - - Arrow 80 15 Wea 50 Any 1
GOLEM 150 50 Ea,Po - Earthquake 80 70 Earth 70 Any 6
GREEN DRAGON 600 0 Fire - Fire Breath 75 60 Fire 40 Any 6
IMP 50 0 - - Tail Whip 80 20 Wea 30 Adj 1
KRAKEN 350 0 - - Tentacle 80 120 Wea 40 Adj 1
LIVING
ARMOUR 175 0 Mi,Po - Great Sword 80 65 Wea 55 Adj 1
LIZARD MAN 200 0 - - Swords 80 75 Wea 50 Adj 1
MAN AT ARMS 95 0 - - Axe 80 25 Wea 50 Adj 1
MASTER THUG 110 0 - - Shrt Sw/P'lyse 80/80 35 We/De 75 Adj 1
MEDUSA 115 0 - - Petrify 60 0 Earth 20 Any 6
MERMAID 75 0 - - Maelstrm,P'lyse 60/50 20 Wa/Mi 20 Any 6
MERMAN 140 0 - - Trident 80 40 Wea 50 Adj 1
OCCULTIST 75 0 - - Summon 100 0 Death 40 Any 1
OGRE 300 0 - - Giant Club 80 130 Wea 20 Adj 1
ORACLE ELF 125 0 - Air Healing 100 60 Life 10 Any 6
ORC 200 0 - - Axe 80 55 Wea 40 Adj 1
ORC CHAMPION 220 20 - - Flail 80 80 Wea 40 Adj 1
ORC KING 295 30 - - Mace 80 115 Wea 55 Adj 1
PEASANT 40 0 - - Pitchfork 75 15 Wea 30 Adj 1
POLAR BEAR 300 0 - Water Claw 80 80 Wea 70 Adj 1
PRIMITIVE
GIANT 310 0 - - Giant Mace 80 100 Wea 30 Adj 1
RED DRAGON 800 0 Fire - Fire Breath 75 125 Fire 40 Any 6
SEA SERPENT 400 0 - - Bite 80 125 Wea 70 Adj 1
SKELETON 100 0 Death - Bone 80 40 Wea 60 Adj 1
SPEARMAN 140 0 - - Spear 80 50 Wea 50 Adj 1
SPIRIT WOLF 200 0 - - Spirit Howl 90 50 Air 40 Any 6
THUG 65 0 - - Daggers 80 25 Wea 65 Adj 1
TROLL 350 0 - - Slash 80 120 Wea 40 Adj 1
VALKYRIE 250 0 - - Ice Storm 80 55 Water 60 Any 6
WHITE DRAGON 700 0 Air - Vapor Breath 75 100 Air 40 Any 6
WOLF 180 0 - - Bite 80 55 Wea 50 Adj 1

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UNIQUE UNITS

HP AR IMM WARD ATT % HIT DAM SRC INIT REA TAR


Captain
Fellweather 300 0 - - Spear 89 176 Wea 50 Adj 1
Count Flamel
Crowley 1000 40+30 Mind Fire Infernal Mace 90 175 Wea 65 Adj 1
Poison 90 50 Dea 65 Adj 1
Gelma'ar 195 0 - Air Lightning 80 50 Air 50 Any 6
Millu 42 0 - Air Healing 100 -60 Life 10 Any 6
Nebiros 2600 30 Mind DFWAE Halberd 90 300 Wea 60 Any 6
Paralyse 60 0 Mind 60 Any 6

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RULERS AND LEADERS

The first decision you really have to make insofar as your RULER is concerned
is whether he (or she) is going to be a Fighter/Magic User/Thief ... this is
your RULER we are talking about - i.e. you.

If you choose to make your Ruler a FIGHTER, your units will heal a percentage
of their Hit Points at the end of each turn ... that's ... ALL your units ...
so that's quite a natty power. To counter this, there is an upper limit on
the level of spells you can research and cast.

If you choose to make your Ruler a MAGE LORD, your Capital City will
automatically have the Magic Tower constructed at the beginning of each level,
you will be able to research all spells at HALF their original cost, AND you
can (provided you have the mana) cast each spell TWICE per turn ... MAGE LORDS
ROCK MAN !! =D

If you choose to make your Ruler a GUILDMASTER (aka Thief), your Capital City
will automatically have the Thieves' Guild constructed at the beginning of
each level, you will be able to make your cities grow at half the normal cost,
and your thieves will have LOADS more options available to them than the
thieves of a Fighter or Mage Lord. Options like changing the orders of your
opponents, so as to confuse them ... things like that :">

If you click on the portrait for your Ruler, you can change your Ruler's face
if you like.

From this screen you also pick the difficulty setting (and, if you are playing
in a Quest rather than a Saga, you can also import a previously exported hero
to assist you should you wish).

Switching now to your leaders ...

You have to have a leader that is already at at LEAST level 10 to IMPORT into
a saga in the Guardians of the Light Expansion Pack, and that leader will
only be able to gain experience during the THIRD level of the Expansion Pack,
and even then ONLY up to level 18.

Since I always play magic-users, mine are centered around a) keeping them
alive longer, and b) making the stronger ... other types of players will have
other preferences, obviously ;)

ALSO bear in mind that you can only take ONE leader with you to the next level,
so I would *STRONGLY* suggest that you focus on building on just ONE leader ...
just use the others as cannon-fodder and scouts basically ;)

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COMMENTS ON UNITS AND SUGGESTED UPGRADE ROUTES

A VERY brief section with my comments on units I really like and which upgrade
paths I choose whilst I am playing :-

[NOTE: Where I say "hit for six" I mean hit all the units in your opponent's
team at once]

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THE EMPIRE

F I G H T E R U N I T S

Stable --> Imperial Stable --> Shrine --> Holy Statue
Knight --> Imperial Knight --> Paladin --> Holy Avenger

Nothing worthy of comment here ... I don't like the Inquisitors because I hate
their taste in headwear !! :">

M A G E U N I T S

Library --> Tower --> Arcane Tower
Mage --> Wizard --> White Wizard

The Elementalist being the only other option for these guys, and him only being
able to summon (which is no good if you are in a unit which is already maxed
out with 6 characters), I think this is a fairy decisive win for the White
Wizard (PLUS Gandalf - the ORIGINAL White Wizard - ROCKS !!) =D

R A N G E A T T A C K U N I T S

Archery Range --> Imperial Guild
Marksman --> Imperial Assassin

There's no other option !! But the Imperial Assassin ROCKS, which is faBOO :">

S U P P O R T U N I T S

Church --> Cathedral --> Basilica
Cleric --> Matriarch --> Prophetess

The choice here is a clear-cut one. The Priests heal more damage, but can only
heal one character at a time ... the Clerics heal less damage, but can heal ALL
your characters at the SAME time which makes the TOPS in my book :">

MY BEST EMPIRE UNIT COMPRISES :-

Archmage, Prophetess, White Wizard, 3 Holy Avengers


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THE MOUNTAIN CLANS

F I G H T E R U N I T S

Brewery --> Outpost --> Snow Den
Warrior --> Mountaineer --> Hermit

I LOVE using the Hermits !! These guys ROCK - they hit for six, are tough
enough to stand in your FRONT line, and lower their enemies initiatives with
successive strikes too !! GO HERMITS !! =D

M A G E U N I T S

Cottage --> Alchemy Tower
Novice --> Alchemist

Alchemists are KICK@SS dude ... even though their initiates are low, they feed
another unit an extra attack, so stick two of these on the back line with a
strong spellcaster and that spellcaster will be able to hit THREE TIMES PER
ROUND !! =D

R A N G E A T T A C K U N I T S

Shooting Range --> Engineer's Guild
Crossbowman --> Flame Caster

Flame Casters can hit for six and are warded against Fire Attacks, which
prolongs their life-expectancy against Legions' Units - a great freebie bonus
:">

S U P P O R T U N I T S

Mountain Peek --> Cloud Keep --> Bifrost Bridge
Rock Giant --> Tempest Giant --> Elder One

I personally favour units which can hit for six as they can greatly weaken the
overall combat effectiveness of your opponent without really DOING anything
special ... that's why I have gone for the Tempest Giant and Elder One ... I
personally wouldn't use giants in combat, as I would prefer Alchemists and
Hermits, but there you go :">

MY BEST MOUNTAIN CLANS UNIT COMPRISES :-

Loremaster, 2 Alchemists, 3 Hermits

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TIPS AND TRICKS

Here are a couple of tricks that I have picked up ... I don't feel the need to
give credit to anybody for these, as I honestly came up with them myself !! It
MAY be that they are printed elsewhere - I really don't know ... (God how
bolschy eh !!)

HEAL YOUR TROOPS

If you are playing as the Empire, and you have destroyed all but one unit
in your opponent's army ... IF that unit does less damage when it attacks
than your healer would do when he/she heals, then have all your units
EXCEPT the healer defend, and tend to their wounds during combat ... then
slay the remaining unit when all your characters are back to 100%
health !! This trick works ESPECIALLY well if you are using a six-hit-
healer ;)

MAKE THE COMPUTER FLUFF UP ITS CHANCE OF HITTING YOU ?

Whilst I have been reasonably criticised for mentioning this before, I
HONESTLY believe that, if you click the mouse at a certain point during
the computer opponent's attacking animation, you can increase their
chances of missing you. I might be talking UTTER cack, but I'll settle
for that ... if I'm onto something it would be remiss of me not to mention
it :">

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CREDITS

This FAQ is dedicated entirely to my dear friend Nick, MOST DEFINITELY the
most polite and considerate young man I've ever met, who's education and
unfailing courtesy put my own to considerable shame.

Thanks for being my friend Nick :)

- Mister Sinister, 2004

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Copyright David Booth, 2004

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