Weather Of War YKTTW Discussion
|Weather Of War|
Do We Have This One?? Weather affecting gameplay in Strategy Games. Rain, snow, sandstorms, etc can make a big impact on the outcome of battles. See also Fog of War.
Examples:Anime and Manga
- Nami from One Piece, even before she got her Weather-Control Machine, had such an intuitive understanding of the weather that she could use it offensively, avoiding storms to which others would fall prey.
- The British defeat of the Spanish Armada, and the repelling of the Mongol invasion of Japan.
- English victory and Angincourt. Due to terrian and the fact that it had rained for a few days before the battle turning the earth soft. More French soldier died of drowning at the battle then from wounds.
- Some military board games have weather rules, such as Avalon Hill's The Russian Campaign, which covers the World War 2 Nazi invasion of the Soviet Union. The rules depict the difficulties the German invaders had with "General Winter".
- Rain will limit your movement speed in Fire Emblem.
- Rain and snow also limits your movement speed in Advance Wars. Drake and Olaf are not affected by those conditions respectively, and their CO Powers are related to them.
- In the Dune series, a bad sandstorm can seriously damage your base
- Several weather conditions were introduced in the second generation of Pokémon. Rain and bright sunlight will change the effectiveness of fire and water-typed moves, whereas Hail and Sandstorm will deal damage to all Pokemon on the field every turn unless they're a type that resists it. There are also several weather-dependent abilities as well as other moves that vary in effectiveness depending on the conditions.
- Coliseum includes Shadow Sky, which damages all non-Shadow Pokemon in battle.
- Any Total War game; rain and wind effect arrow accuracy. Snow can cause troops from northern acclimated to fight better. Storms at sea can completely wreck an invasion.