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Humans differ a lot from each other - they can be cruel, ruthless, greedy but also helpful, caring, honorable and friendly. They desire to discover and posses everything, but sometimes because of to their light-hearted behavior they lose everything that would make their life easier. They are keen in art and even though they do not live too long, their chronicles and archives are the biggest and the most scrupulous in the world of Red Dragon.
Maybe because they are the ones who invented writing itself, as we know it today.

The ancient Library of The Followers in the Fiery Gorge - a great monastery built from huge stones - holds within thousands of tales and legends about the Red Dragon World. You can come to the library whenever you like, but bear in mind, that if you would like to study history there, you must prove your true interest in it and pass the Followers' Test. The one who passes it, may walk through the Library's gates. Inside the Library you will also find prophets awaiting the End of the Age. Their task is to announce it to everyone.

Humans are skillful armorers, generals and warriors. Many human generals, though outnumbered and badly equipped, won their battles with cunning and smartness, defeating the enemy even though he had been convinced about his future victory. Mages are rare and therefore very respected in human kingdoms. People hate necromants, envy the elves, despise the dwarves, persecute hobbits, esteem genies and enslave goblins. An old legend says that one day a king will arise, unite all humanity and make the mankind the greatest race in the world .



Knight

Paladin

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+10% to thieves
+10% to scientists
Thief cost : 1500 gold pieces
War machines : 5 attack
+0,5 maximum population per acre
They can select 3 spellbooks at the start of the game
They can produce 33% more science points per turn
Empirics costs only 1/4 of its base price
PTA needed to destroy a Special Building is doubled. This means you need to send much more thieves in such actions on humans.
War machines do 40% more damage. So in order to have a maximum effect of 20% infrastructure and 5 Special Buildings destroyed you need to send 2.5*targets_land_size/1.4 machines




Ostatnia aktualizacja: 2007-06-24 20:43:18