Keltoi have received their own substantial improvements to make them more effective in both war and trade. They can now occupy Port cities, where they can establish a stronger economy, and they can build units directly on their army’s borders to form a wall of iron.
The Norscan Empire is a formidable new force on the battlefield. However, they continue to lack a strong war machine, so it is no surprise that their best chance of success is to enforce their hold on the provinces and not fight too many battles.
All three races have received a new set of base technologies to help them conquer new lands. The Empire has two new technologies to help it explore the world, while the Norscan and Keltoi have a choice of two additional technologies to help them push their own agendas on the world. Finally, a new settlement-building technology is available to every race, both for defensive and offensive reasons.
As for the chaos bastion of Istvaan, the Orcs have new and improved units, including a few that can be boosted by the mighty Warbeasts of the War Mammoth tribe. The new Beasts allow players to field greater numbers of monsters, and are balanced to work well in the existing landscape of the Eastern Fringe. Their savage tribesfolk will be your new allies on the battlefield –and just as unpredictable as you’d expect.
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