The Old God has left the world and the pretenders are awakening and coming out from hiding. You start the game by designing one of the pretender gods that will compete for true ascension to godhood. The type of god can range from a magically powerful arch mage to an ancient kraken or a mystic monolith that people pray to. Your pretender controls one of over sixty different nations and with the help of that nation he will spread his word and battle the other pretenders. Dominions 3 is a turn based strategy game. You can play single- or multiplayer (1 - 23 players) with simultaneous turns. There are more than 1500 different units, 600 spells and 300 magic items in the game. The game also features a medieval musical score by Erik Ask Uppmark and Anna Rynefors, both awarded the title of Musicians of the Realm by the Swedish Zornmärkeskommiten. Dominions 3 is a highly detailed game and a 300 page pdf manual is included in the download.
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I added this subforum as a catch-all for all topics not related to Dominions 3. Whether it's other games, current news, politics, vacation tips, food recipes or anything else that you want to discuss, this is the place to do it. Just keep in mind that any discussions, even on controversial subjects or subjects that incite strong opinions are expected to remain (more or less) courteous and polite. If you have a strong need to pick up a flamethrower and hose the discussion with it, please go to other forums more dedicated to such discussions. There is no shortage of those on the internet.
As regards issues that are a matter of taste or preference (such as favorite music or beer), remember that if other people absolutely, positively want to be dead wrong on something, then that is their privilege.
This place is first and foremost a Dominions 3 forum and this particular subforum is for the incidental discussions of other things that crop up from time to time (e.g. other turn based strategy games).
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