History VideoGame / Disciples

23rd Feb '16 4:15:08 AM FlooKnight12602
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* CosmeticallyDifferentSides: The Fighter Leader units of both The Legions of the Damned (Duke) and The Empire (Pegasus Knight). Both start with the same stats and abilities.
26th Dec '15 12:20:35 PM LahmacunKebab
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* BigBad: [[spoiler:Uther and Demon Uther]] for the Legions of the Damned and Empire respectively, as well as [[spoiler:Niddhogg]] for the Mountain Clans and [[spoiler:the elves]] for The Undead Hordes]] [[spoiler:and vice versa]]

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* BigBad: [[spoiler:Uther and Demon Uther]] for the Legions of the Damned and Empire respectively, as well as [[spoiler:Niddhogg]] for the Mountain Clans and [[spoiler:the elves]] for The Undead Hordes]] Hordes [[spoiler:and vice versa]]
14th Dec '15 1:43:56 AM Ilya_Rysenkov
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* JerkassGods: The revelations in this game reveal that ''all'' of the gods [[spoiler:except, oddly enough, the {{Satan}} expy Bethrezen]] are JerkassGods [[spoiler:what with them wanting to destroy the world and start over.]]

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* JerkassGods: The revelations in this game reveal that ''all'' of the gods [[spoiler:except, oddly enough, the {{Satan}} expy Bethrezen]] Bethrezen and [[WoobieDestroyerOfWorlds Mortis]]]] are JerkassGods [[spoiler:what with them wanting to destroy the world and start over.]]
14th Dec '15 1:41:50 AM Ilya_Rysenkov
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* {{Striperiffic}}: The elf queen Taladrielle. Little more than a stiff breeze would be required to reveal her nipples. Her successors all dress more modestly.

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* {{Striperiffic}}: {{Stripperiffic}}: The elf queen Taladrielle. Little more than a stiff breeze would be required to reveal her nipples. Her successors all dress more modestly.
21st Sep '15 2:21:55 PM nombretomado
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* [[OurDwarvesAreAllTheSame The Mountain Clans]], a collection of Dwarvish Clans who worship [[NorseMythology Wotan]]

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* [[OurDwarvesAreAllTheSame The Mountain Clans]], a collection of Dwarvish Clans who worship [[NorseMythology [[Myth/NorseMythology Wotan]]
10th Jul '15 5:00:39 AM ChronoLegion
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* [[OurDwarvesAreAllTheSame The Mountain Clans]], a collection of Dwarvish Clans who worship Wotan

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* [[OurDwarvesAreAllTheSame The Mountain Clans]], a collection of Dwarvish Clans who worship Wotan[[NorseMythology Wotan]]
8th Nov '14 11:02:40 AM erforce
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Disciples is a series of TurnBasedStrategy HighFantasy computer games set in the land of Nevendaar, a somewhat gothic StandardFantasySetting with four (and later five) main powers.

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Disciples ''Disciples'' is a series of TurnBasedStrategy HighFantasy computer games set in the land of Nevendaar, a somewhat gothic StandardFantasySetting with four (and later five) main powers.powers.



The first game is Disciples: Sacred Lands. It featured the "First Great War", where the first four main factions of the game duke it out.

Disciples II: Dark Prophecy is a turn-based strategy game developed by Strategy First. It takes place a decade after the first, and, depending on the campaign you choose, follows the Empire's [[CivilWarCraft rebellion]] and the discovery of an heir to the Empire, or it follows the aftermath of the Legions' attempt to free their god, or it follows the Undead's attempt to resurrect Mortis' old lover, or it follows the Clans' attempts to rebuild and keep it together. It has three {{Expansion Pack}}s, the first two of which, named Servants of the Dark and Guardians of the Light, mainly add new campaigns and units, and the third of which, Rise of the Elves, [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin made the elves playable]] and added a campaign for them.

Disciples III: Renaissance was developed by an altogether different company than the original and released almost a decade after its predecessor. It increased the number of RPGElements, changed the battle system to a hex-based grid [[GeoEffects where some tiles can't be passed through and others convey bonuses]], and whether it's good or not divides the fanbase. There was a campaign for the three races featured that made it into the game; the Empire, the Damned, and the Elves. The campaign centers around Inoel, an angel sent on an important mission by the Highfather. An expansion pack bringing back the Undead called "Resurrection" was released later on. Another release, called "Reincarnation", combines the plot of "Renaissance" and "Resurrection" into one package, reworks the gameplay in some parts and adds a few new elements, as well as putting the Mountain Clans back in the game.

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The first game is Disciples: ''Disciples: Sacred Lands.Lands''. It featured the "First Great War", where the first four main factions of the game duke it out.

Disciples ''Disciples II: Dark Prophecy Prophecy'' is a turn-based strategy game developed by Strategy First. It takes place a decade after the first, and, depending on the campaign you choose, follows the Empire's [[CivilWarCraft rebellion]] and the discovery of an heir to the Empire, or it follows the aftermath of the Legions' attempt to free their god, or it follows the Undead's attempt to resurrect Mortis' old lover, or it follows the Clans' attempts to rebuild and keep it together. It has three {{Expansion Pack}}s, the first two of which, named Servants of the Dark and Guardians of the Light, mainly add new campaigns and units, and the third of which, Rise of the Elves, [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin made the elves playable]] and added a campaign for them.

Disciples ''Disciples III: Renaissance Renaissance'' was developed by an altogether different company than the original and released almost a decade after its predecessor. It increased the number of RPGElements, changed the battle system to a hex-based grid [[GeoEffects where some tiles can't be passed through and others convey bonuses]], and whether it's good or not divides the fanbase. There was a campaign for the three races featured that made it into the game; the Empire, the Damned, and the Elves. The campaign centers around Inoel, an angel sent on an important mission by the Highfather. An expansion pack bringing back the Undead called "Resurrection" was released later on. Another release, called "Reincarnation", combines the plot of "Renaissance" and "Resurrection" into one package, reworks the gameplay in some parts and adds a few new elements, as well as putting the Mountain Clans back in the game.



* TheWitchHunter: The Empire unit Squire can be upgraded to Witch Hunter, which is resistant against magical attacks. They are dressed in the garb usually associated with these kind of characters.



!!Sacred Lands contains examples of:

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!!Sacred Lands !!''Sacred Lands'' contains examples of:of:



!!Dark Prophecy contains examples of:
* AggressiveNegotiations: In the Rise of the Elves expansion, this has a tendency to happen whenever [[spoiler:the elves and humans try to sit across the table from each other and make peace]].

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!!Dark Prophecy !!''Dark Prophecy'' contains examples of:
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* AggressiveNegotiations: In the Rise ''Rise of the Elves Elves'' expansion, this has a tendency to happen whenever [[spoiler:the elves and humans try to sit across the table from each other and make peace]].



!!Renaissance contains examples of:

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!!Renaissance !!''Renaissance'' contains examples of:of:



* YouShallNotPass: Lambert make his last stand as [[spoiler:he try to prevent the demons from passing to the gate where Inoelle just left.]]

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* YouShallNotPass: Lambert make his last stand as [[spoiler:he try to prevent the demons from passing to the gate where Inoelle just left.]]]]

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6th Nov '14 11:22:53 AM DelShiftB
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* Combat Medic: Elder Vampires distribute drained life points among the injured allies.

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* Combat Medic: CombatExclusiveHealing: Priests and other healing units can only restore hit points during combat, requiring a slow health recovery between battles. However, the healer may still act during a round if all enemies are killed before the healer's turn.
* CombatMedic:
Elder Vampires distribute drained life points among the injured allies.
22nd Jan '14 7:05:27 AM ChronoLegion
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* DisproportionateRetribution: After the angel Bethrezen creates the world of Nevendaar and populates it (with the help of other gods) with living beings, he goes to fetch the Highfather to show him the world, leaving the other angels in charge. The jealous angels sabotage Nevendaar, so that, when the Highfather sees it, it is engulfed by war. Without bothering to find out what happened, the Highfather punishes Bethrezen by sealing him for eternity in the molten core of his own world. No wonder Bethrezen grows bitter and insane, becoming this world's equivalent of TheDevil.
22nd Jan '14 6:59:36 AM ChronoLegion
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* OurDragonsAreDifferent: There are several different types of dragons in the series. They mainly differentiate by their color and attack type, although some have more HP than others. The Undead also have reanimated some dragons for use as heavy hitters.


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* OurOrcsAreDifferent: The Greenskins race appears to include not only orcs but also goblins and trolls, despite goblins not actually having green skin. Besides ordinary orcs, there are also Orc Kings, who are much tougher and, according to their description, are smarter than the average orc.


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* OurWerewolvesAreDifferent: Werewolves are immune to Weapon damage (i.e. non-magical attacks), thus requiring the use of magic. Fortunately, any decent party will have at least one caster, and the front-line units can be set to "Guard", giving them a defense stat boost.
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