History Videogame / EvilIslands

10th Jun '16 2:38:20 PM NamelessVoice
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''Evil Isl'ands: Curse of the Lost Soul''', originally ''The Cursed Lands'' (Russian: Проклятые земли), is a PC game by [[{{Creator/Nival}} Nival Interactive]] that combines role-playing, stealth and real-time strategy. It is the third game of the ''VideoGame/{{Allods}}'' series, after ''Rage of Mages'' and ''Rage of Mages 2: Necromancer''. ''Evil Islands'' introduces a new interface and full 3D graphics.

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''Evil Isl'ands: '''Evil Islands: Curse of the Lost Soul''', originally ''The Cursed Lands'' (Russian: Проклятые земли), is a PC game by [[{{Creator/Nival}} Nival Interactive]] that combines role-playing, stealth and real-time strategy. It is the third game of the ''VideoGame/{{Allods}}'' series, after ''Rage of Mages'' and ''Rage of Mages 2: Necromancer''. ''Evil Islands'' introduces a new interface and full 3D graphics.
18th Dec '15 2:04:27 PM morenohijazo
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* InfiniteStockForSale: Shops have limited quantities of items (randomly generated after you complete a mission, meaning they do restock after a while), indicated by a quantity number on the shop screen, and if you change your mind after selling them something, you can buy it back... provided you have enough extra cash to meet their higher sell price.
2nd Dec '15 7:15:53 AM NTC3
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''Evil Islands: Curse of the Lost Soul'', originally ''The Cursed Lands'' (Russian: Проклятые земли), is a PC game by [[{{Creator/Nival}} Nival Interactive]] that combines role-playing, stealth and real-time strategy. It is the third game of the ''VideoGame/{{Allods}}'' series, after ''Rage of Mages'' and ''Rage of Mages 2: Necromancer''. ''Evil Islands'' introduces a new interface and full 3D graphics.

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''Evil Islands: Isl'ands: Curse of the Lost Soul'', Soul''', originally ''The Cursed Lands'' (Russian: Проклятые земли), is a PC game by [[{{Creator/Nival}} Nival Interactive]] that combines role-playing, stealth and real-time strategy. It is the third game of the ''VideoGame/{{Allods}}'' series, after ''Rage of Mages'' and ''Rage of Mages 2: Necromancer''. ''Evil Islands'' introduces a new interface and full 3D graphics.
30th Oct '15 9:03:03 AM morenohijazo
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* EquipmentBasedProgression: The game features this to some degree, thanks to its emphasis on ItemCrafting (with the pseudo level-up only increasing HitPoints and ManaPoints, and purchasable skills only affecting secondary stats such as chance to hit or attack speed), but especially with physical damage. There's no way at all to increase the damage inflicted through weapons by earning experience, you must equip a better weapon for that. This is notable because experience points can be spent on skills such as increased night vision or maximum equipable weight, so you'd expect something as important as damage would be affected by experience. Also present in regards to armor points (can only be increased by equipping better armor) and magical damage (can only be increased by equipping better spells available through SpellCrafting, experience only affects, indirectly, whether you're actually able to use them, but once crsfted and equipped, the spell's damage can't be increased).
19th Oct '15 8:08:51 AM morenohijazo
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-->'''Tka Rik (Tka-Lithan Richti-Nik):''' My name would sound to you like Tka-a-Litan Rich-ty-a-Nik. An impatient person like you would probably find it somewhat long, so you may call me simply Tka-Rik.
19th Oct '15 7:59:39 AM morenohijazo
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* CriticalEncumbranceFailure

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* CriticalEncumbranceFailureCriticalEncumbranceFailure: There's a maximum of weight you can carry before you're unable to run, although you can increase the limit with a skill.


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* DistressedDude: Zak gets captured twice by the Khadaganians, and must be rescued (first by the Hermit Lizard, later by the Odalisque).


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* MassMonsterSlaughterSidequest: Early on, there's a quest that involves killing 7 goblins as a punishment for their intrusions.
28th Aug '15 3:46:48 PM morenohijazo
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* BackStab: Backstab does extra damage but does not guarantee a kill. If you're attacking a strong enemy, you must be sure to aim to the head if possible to perform the most damage possible. You can also spend your EXP points into a backstap upgrade that increased damage when attacking from behind (the hero starts with this).

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* BackStab: Backstab does extra damage but does not guarantee a kill. If you're attacking a strong enemy, you must be sure to aim to the head if possible to perform the most damage possible. You can also spend your EXP points into a backstap upgrade that increased increases damage when attacking from behind (the hero starts with this).



* DamageSpongeBoss: One of the two types of "bosses" in the game. A few examples include Ogre Brothers, The White Wolf and a fair share of lone dragons, cyclops or ogres.

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* DamageSpongeBoss: One of the two types of "bosses" in the game. A few examples include the Ogre Brothers, The the White Wolf and a fair share of lone dragons, cyclops or ogres.



* ElementalTiers: Zigzagged, even though it seems the designers wanted to play this trope straight. Fire magic is rendered obsolete ''because'' of this trope, but it's averted with acid magic, and lightning magic is the ultimate magic instead, despite coming at the middle of the game (check the LastDiscmagic entry for more info, but to be short, some reasons are lightning magic doing extra damage against enemies wearing metal armor, and high mana cost and magic requirement on acid magic combined with a low range of attack).

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* ElementalTiers: Zigzagged, even though it seems the designers wanted to play this trope straight. Fire magic is rendered obsolete ''because'' of this trope, but it's averted with acid magic, and lightning magic is the ultimate magic instead, despite coming at the middle of the game (check the LastDiscmagic LastDiscMagic entry for more info, but to be short, some reasons are lightning magic doing extra damage against enemies wearing metal armor, and high mana cost and magic requirement on acid magic combined with a low range of attack).


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* PeltsOfTheBarbarian: Everyone in Gipath (both allies and enemies) wear fur and leather clothes and armor, as opposed to the more civilized inhabitants of Ingos and Suslanger, who wear either more refined silk clothes or metal armor.
15th Feb '15 1:48:04 PM morenohijazo
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* WillOTheWisp: Willow-o'the-Wisps are enemies that appear in the first island (especially around the swamp areas and around the City of the Dead) as a group of lights that start burning when attacking. They throw fire at you, an attack which isn't very damaging at later stages, but makes them quite a threat when first encountered.
8th Oct '14 7:56:08 AM morenohijazo
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* SpellConstruction: You must craft spell before you use them, using a keystone and then adding runes to increase the attributes (damage, range, duration...) of the base spell.

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* SpellConstruction: SpellCrafting: You must craft spell before you use them, using a keystone and then adding runes to increase the attributes (damage, range, duration...) of the base spell.
14th Jun '14 7:27:18 AM morenohijazo
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* NonCombatEXP: The game gives you experience points for each completed quest. Note that you only need to do the quest rather than return to the quest-giver to gain exp.

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* NonCombatEXP: The game gives you experience points for each completed quest. Note that you only need to do the quest rather than return to the quest-giver to gain exp.exp.
* {{Oculothorax}}: The three varieties of Evileyes (regular, red and green) are big, floating eyes that shoot powerful fireballs at you.
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