A fully fledged conversion featuring a breathtaking, lore abiding storyline spanning several emotionally-gripping campaigns containing new units, new heroes and new features as well as a fully featured melee mode.

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Raygoza Dec 9 2012 says:

Looks good, by teh way what function will it have?
I'm not a WC3 player so I don't really know if it actually was a part of WC3.

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ElderPredator Dec 9 2012 replied:

Revive heroes!!

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GreyNightmare Dec 9 2012 replied:

Correct! It also trains/summons them, it may even do a little more in WCAND - Time will tell! :)

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uvazquez Dec 11 2012 replied:

In Warcraft III, Altars are used to revive dead heroes (each race could train three different heroes, a hero being a special unit which earns experience from each fight and every time they levelled up they could learn a different spell or ability).
In Warcraft II, the Altar of Storms was used by Orcs to infuse ogres with Dark Magic, thus allowing the player to train Ogre Magi at the Barracks, which replaced the normal Ogre and added them certain spells such as Bloodlust, Runes and the ability to summon the Eye of Kilrogg, a flying eye used for scouting.

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raeldrikp Dec 9 2012 says:

omg i'm going to have so much fun crushing orcs with new graphicsXD

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