Best creeping faction

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In my opinion, the best faction for creeping is:

Haven
0
No votes
Inferno
1
3%
Necropolis
9
27%
Sylvan
1
3%
Dungeon
15
45%
Academy
5
15%
Fortress
0
No votes
Stronghold
2
6%
 
Total votes: 33

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Elvin
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Postby Elvin » Oct 7 2008, 5:45

If you dislike clicking you are playing the wrong game :tongue:
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Postby Jolly Joker » Oct 7 2008, 6:44

You should play Inferno to get an impression of what "a lot of clicking" means. :)
ZZZzzzz....

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Postby Wolfsburg » Oct 7 2008, 14:04

By the way I am having my first good creeping experience with inferno. I think I am finally learning the trick here...

P.S - Inferno doesn't mean Deleb.

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Postby Adicto » Oct 18 2008, 1:25

Lord Lakely wrote:Stronghold With Haggash (My vote): Three Replay to tell you why

1) [url=http://www.mediafire.com/?whwlvh4ntvm[/url]Versus Bear Riders, Day One
2) [url=http://www.mediafire.com/?jo5tkkg4toc]Day Two, Versus Obsidian Gargoyles[/url]
3) Day three, versus Squires

Otherwise: Dungeon without Doubt.

Necropolis:
24 archmagi (week 1)
22 Death Knights (week 1)
16 Emerald Dragons (week 2)
34 Black Dragons (week 2)

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Postby Elvin » Oct 18 2008, 1:44

Hehe the classic last stand abuse :) Good job with the emeralds and archmages.
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Postby Asheera » Oct 18 2008, 11:49

Hehe, the classic "small unit in the corner so that only one large stack can hit at a time" trick. :D

Oh and using the Dragon's breath against themselves :D
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Postby Wolfsburg » Oct 18 2008, 16:25

Would someone please upload this files to another server, this one sucks, as it is not letting me free-download them out of "excessive demmand within the next six hours" :| :disagree:

Im curious about those combats...

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Postby Asheera » Oct 18 2008, 16:42

The one with the Emeralds doesn't work anymore, it says "The file you are trying to access is temporarily unavailable.", and I deleted it from my comp :(

I'll upload the other three though.

EDIT: Here's the link:
http://www.mediafire.com/?zmhwighxezo
(it's a ZIP file with all three replays, I hope it's not a problem to unpack it)


And with that Last Stand abuse you can take infinite amounts of Large Creatures :P
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Postby Wolfsburg » Oct 18 2008, 17:17

Thanks Ash, you're the greatest.

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Postby Adicto » Oct 18 2008, 17:55

He, he, such combats are relatively easy when you know what needs to be done. You just need cold blood and a good eye for guessing the true menace level .

If you focus on summoning and necromancy perks in the first week and defense in the second, you can kill some strong neutrals with almost 0 casualties. Summoning for a powerful Raise Dead and Defense for making your vampires much tougher without additional hit points.

The best thing about necro is that you don’t have to scarify growth for mage guild because Raise Dead and lvl1 spells is all you need, unless there is a fort full of troops or something like that.

I’ve uploaded the 16 emerald dragons replay again: E_DRAGON_REPLAY

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Postby Elvin » Oct 18 2008, 18:29

Adicto wrote:He, he, such combats are relatively easy when you know what needs to be done. You just need cold blood and a good eye for guessing the true menace level .

B-)

One of the reasons I'm so aggressive in creeping. With the right assessment, patience and a few tricks you can do amazing things. The good fun is when you get untamed cyclopes to hurt each other :)
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Postby Chai26 » Oct 19 2008, 9:58

academy for me, their heroes rock! esp nur and jhora! creeping is a piece of cake with so much mana and spells,thx to elvin who persuaded me to try playing academy(used to hate em, but now loves them!) :D
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Postby Roman » Oct 20 2008, 23:07

Necropolis are probably the best creepers with Dungeon a close second.


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