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Heroes of Might and Magic V  → Haven Creatures

by Ubisoft


Peasant (Upgrade: Conscript)

  • The peasants and the militia guards are the basic infantry of the Holy Griffin Empire. Those troops are weak and not efficiently trained, but they are numerous. On top of that the peasants are an important source of revenue for their masters and the militia guards are expert in the art of confusing their enemy in the melee

Archer (Upgrade: Marksman)

  • The archers and marksmen are key in battle to weaken the enemy ranks before melee combat. The archers of the Griffin Empire excel in the art of drowning the enemy under barrages of arrows. The marksmen's powerful crossbows are especially deadly at close range.

Squire (Upgrade: Footman)

  • The knights and squires are the backbone of the Haven forces. They are resistant and can sustain enemy charges while other troops will maneuver to take the enemy from the rear. They can make the fight last longer with their mastery in the art of melee combat and defense.

Griffin (Upgrade: Imperial Griffin)

  • Griffins are the fastest troops of the Haven faction. They excel in skirmish attacks, flying into enemy ranks or diving from the sky above the battle. However they are quite weak when forced in a real melee, but they will always defend themselves to their last breath.

Priest (Upgrade: Inquisitor)

  • The priests and Inquisitors are the keepers of the true faith in the Holy Dragon of Light. As such they won't hesitate to enter the battlefield against the non-believers and all factions that may threaten the Order of Elrath. As priests they will not enter the melee but rather summon the wrath of their God on enemy troops, and protect their owns in combat with support spells.

Cavalier (Upgrade: Paladin)

  • The cavaliers and paladins are the ultimate guardians and elite troops of the Holy Griffin Empire. Mounted on powerful horses and heavily armored, they are at their best when they charge on enemy troops from afar. On top of that the Paladins have the ability to dispel enemy curses in their ranks.

Angel (Upgrade: Archangel)

  • The angels are the incarnation of Elrath on Ashan, and as such they are the most ultimate representation of his power. These creatures of light are fierce in combat and their attacks are always deadly. An angel cannot be killed if its substance is endangered it will become a pure spirit again and rejoin its master. As lieutenants of Elrath, the archangels are blessed with the supreme power of resurrecting the champions who died in combat, giving them another chance to serve their Lord.
Istari at 2006-12-18 20:14 wrote:
Griffins and Angels put the cool in Haven

Dark Uncle at 2006-05-31 17:45 wrote:
Archangels Rule!

wuzgar at 2006-05-17 23:16 wrote:
Heaven - im lovin it

soupnazii at 2006-03-20 22:52 wrote:
ok sorry people the word in the middle is pronounced "Shaday" and translates into "God". Also, i was alittle off before and got confused. Shedi has nothing to do with "my shadow". still dosent explain that letters around it.

soupnazii at 2006-03-20 22:46 wrote:
the big word in the middle of the center star looks like "Shedi", wich litteraly meeans "my shadow", but could probably mean a million of other things since my hebrew vocabulary isnt quite as big as my english one. also, i never heard of "my shadow" said like that, ever, and i grew up in israel. one would usually say "Hashed Sheli", which would make more sense...

soupnazii at 2006-03-20 22:42 wrote:
wats with the jewish star and stuff on the angels head (halo?)? btw, im jewish, so theres nothing racist/ discriminatory in this question (or *soopnazii* for that matter). All aroung the main star, it has circles of smaller stars, and in the center of each circle, a hebrew letter (all of which are written backwords/mirror image). the letters, reading from left to right since its mirrored, are: Tzadik, Kuff, Shin, Vav, Yud. Put together in that order and spoken out loud, the sound made would be somethinng like "Tzkashuy". that makes no since in either Hebrew of English. also, there is a word in the middle star, arond all of the smaller stars, and also some around the edges of the halo, that i cant make out. If anybody knows a language other than Hebrew or Engliss, think for a second to see if there is any word that you know of that sounds anything like what i said above and try to shed some light on this subject. also, maybe im thinking way too much and everybody else already knows about the hebrew stuff and is laugj=hing at me right now... if so please say so and stop me now...
K-Dog at 2006-03-16 21:48 wrote:
Seems Catholics had colonized another planet like in Ender2, but their crusades and inquisitions by halo wearing bald Duke Nukems wont stand a yoctosecond against tree breeding pigs, because of their nonsense large armor and superultrayottaturboswords from alloy of iridium and einsteinium with Ygs of useless gems and golden statues.

ThunderTitan at 2006-02-17 20:20 wrote:
Where did the whole Halo thing come from anyway? In the old painting neither Angels nor Saints had them (not the round floating ones anyway).

Orfinn at 2006-02-17 20:10 wrote:
Its just weird the cleric/inquisitor have halo but not the angels =/

DaemianLucifer at 2006-02-17 18:04 wrote:
It has been changed to priest -> cleric,but neither that is final as well.Well just have to wait and see.

conjurer at 2006-02-17 17:42 wrote:
priest->Patriarch or Defender of Faith or Templier or even Holy Knight/Champion or Holy Avenger but pls not inquisitor, they were like religious fanatics who commited murder in the name of God and had nothing holy about them(just look at the halo the inq has now), it just has such a negative conotation...

Archaion at 2006-02-17 06:54 wrote:
Gotta love the Haven Town


DaemianLucifer at 2006-02-04 11:29 wrote:
the crusader looks pretty short. Like 4 feet tall. Same for the cavalier. And the archer. Everybody has stuted growth.<br>Edited on Sat, Feb 04 2006, 03:13 by jomunga

Thats the terrible effect of toilet graphics.Perhaps they start wearing their armor at an early age so it inhibits their growth :devil:
jomunga at 2006-02-04 10:11 wrote:
the crusader looks pretty short. Like 4 feet tall. Same for the cavalier. And the archer. Everybody has stuted growth.
Edited on Sat, Feb 04 2006, 03:13 by jomunga

Orfinn at 2005-12-10 12:29 wrote:
The angels are girls after all. And its very nice to see the other sex in this man dominated town as the strongest unit.
Breza at 2005-11-22 18:00 wrote:
why can't the angels look like the big muscly ones in heroes 3 the archangels that is the angels looked queer

Metal Militant at 2005-11-13 19:51 wrote:
The angel looks like a gay.

Orfinn at 2005-09-23 17:53 wrote:
You seems pretty dissapointed Gravyluvr =P
The line up here is almost perfect besides some of the creature names.Anyway i think i know the logic behind those name corrections.So its fine as it is.

CloudRiderX at 2005-09-22 20:56 wrote:
That would be so boring with an all human town.

gravyluvr at 2005-09-22 20:46 wrote:
Griffins and Angels - yuck! Get them out out of my human town.

Orfinn at 2005-09-20 10:55 wrote:
Griffins and Knights, yay!

HodgePodge at 2005-09-19 23:09 wrote:
Go Paladins & Angels What a Combination!

CloudRiderX at 2005-09-19 18:39 wrote:
Go Paladins!

vinius at 2005-09-18 08:06 wrote:
militia rulez!

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