Heroes III Expansion difficulty

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Postby Campaigner » Jun 27 2007, 15:00

Well you two need to realize how a map is won and that the faster you do it the better score you get. It's not about collecting resources, chests or visiting neutral structures. It's about completing the objective as fast as possible. That's the only real way to evaluate how good you did on a map.

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Postby Metathron » Jun 27 2007, 17:45

Who gives a rat's ass about the score?
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Postby Pol » Jun 27 2007, 22:28

The number of Nagas is not a mistake.

I don't. Where was that warning?
And I don't even remember to having a problem with them... strange.


And neat last battle in 4th map:
160 Titans vs 180 Azure Dragons

And rest of your army? In the end I had so high numbers and so much units that I had won loosing only few stacks and few other units. Like Master Genies AD liked to concentrating on them. And I was casting spells like a Devil :D
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Postby Levelworm » Aug 27 2007, 21:56

dallasmavs41 wrote:AB's Campaigns always seemed extremely hard to me, and I never finished as well. I liked being able to choose the difficulty in SoD, and I wish that AB would have had the same.


In fact you can do this. Download a resource editor and open some .lod file to get the .h3c(campaign) files, then you can modify the difficulty setting in the campaign editor.

I'm trying to make non-Sod campaigns variable on difficulty(like SoD ones), but it seems I cannot put modified maps(well I only modify them to SoD type) back into the campaigns, might need to be built from scratch.

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Postby Bandobras Took » Aug 28 2007, 13:45

Pol wrote:
The number of Nagas is not a mistake.

I don't. Where was that warning?
And I don't even remember to having a problem with them... strange.


It may have been in one of the walkthroughs at the time. But for those who weren't in the habit of creative spellcasting, that stack was murder by the time you reached it.
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Postby Ya5MieL » Aug 28 2007, 14:35

Pol wrote:
The number of Nagas is not a mistake.

I don't. Where was that warning?
And I don't even remember to having a problem with them... strange.


And neat last battle in 4th map:
160 Titans vs 180 Azure Dragons

And rest of your army? In the end I had so high numbers and so much units that I had won loosing only few stacks and few other units. Like Master Genies AD liked to concentrating on them. And I was casting spells like a Devil :D


No need for others, titan army clears the map with very few losses, and it moves fast as well (on adventure map), thus getting better score for speed.
Since Dracon has practically 30+ in every stat, his titan can take any azure 1v1 :)


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