History VideoGame / EmperorBattleForDune

6th May '17 5:05:51 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* GenreSavvy: House Ordos again. They have no other choice, considering that their military might doesn't even compare to that of the Atreides or the Harkonnen. Also, for all their trust towards the Tleilaxu, they are the only ones prepared when the Tleilaxu make their move.
14th Apr '17 4:49:28 PM DracMonster
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* EvilVersusEvil: In the Harkonnen storyline, the brothers Copec and Gunseng are constantly at each others' throats. When Copec poisons their father, they go to war over who leads the house. You have to choose which to support.


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* ALighterShadeOfBlack: Gunseng and Copec are both ruthlessly brutal, but Gunseng isn't a FatBastard and tends to treat you somewhat more respectfully. He promises rewards for backing him in the civil war, whereas Copec threatens you, and ''continues'' threatening you even after you help him secure the throne.
1st Apr '17 3:36:15 AM Grudgeal
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* FactionCalculus: Harkonnen are Brute Force (individually powerful but very tactically straight-forward units), Atreides are Elite (endurable units whose veterans can be sent back to base to promote future units of the same kind) and Ordos are Subversive (weak individual units but with a lot of tactical options).

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* FactionCalculus: Harkonnen are Brute Force (individually powerful but very tactically straight-forward units), Atreides are Elite Balanced (endurable and tactically flexible units whose veterans can be sent back to base to promote future units of the same kind) and Ordos are Subversive (weak individual units but with a lot of tactical options).
1st Apr '17 3:35:03 AM Grudgeal
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* FactionCalculus

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* FactionCalculusFactionCalculus: Harkonnen are Brute Force (individually powerful but very tactically straight-forward units), Atreides are Elite (endurable units whose veterans can be sent back to base to promote future units of the same kind) and Ordos are Subversive (weak individual units but with a lot of tactical options).
1st Apr '17 3:29:37 AM Grudgeal
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* AutobotsRockOut: The Harkonnen soundtrack consists almost entirely of heavy metal guitar riffs.
29th Dec '16 11:06:26 AM nombretomado
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* {{Expy}}: Numerous characters are intentionally modeled after the DavidLynch movie. The Atreides mentat's appearance and mannerisms resemble Thufir Havat. Rakan Harkonnen is a less insane version of Vladimir Harkonnen. Gunseng is Feyd-Rautha while Copec is a ''more'' psychopathic Rabban from the movie.

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* {{Expy}}: Numerous characters are intentionally modeled after the DavidLynch Creator/DavidLynch movie. The Atreides mentat's appearance and mannerisms resemble Thufir Havat. Rakan Harkonnen is a less insane version of Vladimir Harkonnen. Gunseng is Feyd-Rautha while Copec is a ''more'' psychopathic Rabban from the movie.
26th Dec '16 10:00:36 AM Gosicrystal
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* ExperiencePoints: Your units earn them. Atreides infantry that reach maximum level can be sent back into their barracks; the unit is LostForever but all subsequently produced units of that type start with an extra level. Do this multiple times to be able to produce elite units on command.

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* ExperiencePoints: Your units earn them. Atreides infantry that reach maximum level can be sent back into their barracks; the unit is LostForever [[PermanentlyMissableContent lost forever]] but all subsequently produced units of that type start with an extra level. Do this multiple times to be able to produce elite units on command.
13th Dec '16 11:03:25 AM GentleMart
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** Gunseng... Really isn't much better at that point. At least he directs his violence ''at'' someone instead of just jumping around throwing a tantrum. That said, Gunseng directs his violence against his underlings, while Copec recognises that he can have a [[ExpendableClone Gola]] of his intended victims made instead.

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** Gunseng... Really isn't much better at that point. At least he directs his violence ''at'' someone instead of just jumping around throwing a tantrum. That said, Gunseng directs his violence against his underlings, while Copec recognises that he can have a [[ExpendableClone Gola]] Ghola]] of his intended victims made instead.
13th Dec '16 10:54:42 AM GentleMart
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** Gunseng... Really isn't much better at that point. At least he directs his violence ''at'' someone instead of just jumping around throwing a tantrum.

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** Gunseng... Really isn't much better at that point. At least he directs his violence ''at'' someone instead of just jumping around throwing a tantrum. That said, Gunseng directs his violence against his underlings, while Copec recognises that he can have a [[ExpendableClone Gola]] of his intended victims made instead.



** The Atreides leader, Duke Achilus delivers one before the mission where you attack an e

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** The Atreides leader, Duke Achilus delivers one before the mission where you attack an eEmperor Worm.
4th Dec '16 3:08:51 PM Morgenthaler
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