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I'm not the guy who uploaded the gameplays to youtube.
Or what do you mean?
do you know Wc3? If you want to release a new version of you map you have to give the people a new file with all the changes you made. That means if i fixed some things or optimizes things i save the file and upload it here. You download the file and so you can play the new version.
I'll delete older version now. We dont't need them anymore.
I'just let the last 3 Patches online to check the changelog!!!
The Great Library was among the mightiest structures in the old Kingdom. During its construction, workers reported that they found an unknown artifact buried near the foundation. The chanced discovery fascinated and scared King Mithas at the same time. The uncertainty that lied within the artifact intimidated the king and he issued an investigation prohibition and ordered it hidden away in the Library where it was originally found. Those unfortunate enough to know about this event were all killed to prevent any possible leak of information. Despite all the measures taken to prevent the secret from being discovered, the kingdom could never foresee its harbinger of doom. The Wizard’s unholy conquest not only granted him the throne but also access to hidden documents available only to the king. Among them was the only map in the whole realm that showed where the fabled Great Library was.
The Wizard subsequently organized and directly led the expedition to explore the secret that the kingdom once vehemently protected. However, the Wizard was unable to anticipate how perilous the journey would be. Only he alone managed to reach the Library’s ancient gates. What he discovered inside the deepest chamber was a tome that contained the ritual to summon an eldritch horror from an extra dimensional realm to follow one’s biddings.
Nothing is known about this abomination save for the single fact that it guards the path leading to the Forsaken Heart. Some speculate that it is an illusion that kills mentally. Others say that it is a thousand damned entities materializing on this plane. One thing is certain, no one has ever returned once he ventured inside…
Unknowingly, the spiritual father of the Forsaken. King Marco Mithas of the Kingdom d'Or, tricked by the Wizard Cáligo and cursed to eternal undeath. The Undead King, the richest man at his time and the proudest. Father to Marco Vas, whose soul was later fused with the Wizard's into The Heart that commands the dead.
King Mithas stands in the way to the heart, both to protect his master and his kingdom. Like all the creatures that reside the Bastion, his body has been greatly changed by putrefaction and black magic. His physical strenght and magic prowess were enhanced by Cáligo himself. More than once, the Fallen King has been sent to the frontlines and has proven a great asset to the Forsaken. But as the war is taken to the very core of the Forsaken's land, the Heart has appointed Mithas as his personal guard.
Your men may beat the towers at the Bastion Gates. They may repel the Death Dragon protecting the graveyard. They may defeat the Broodmother and her children. They may push the elite heroes of the Forsaken, but their tired flesh won't stand against the Undying King. And don't be fooled, he'll be back.
For the Forsaken, the Graveyard is not a place of sorrow but of happiness. It's not where they bury their dead but where they are given life. It's where they meet long gone friends or the enemies they fought the night before. The Graveyads have become sacred places for them and digging for corpses is a sort of daily ceremony. They are key strategic points for the Forsaken's success and must always be well protected.
The old history tomes found in the Hidden Library of the Forsaken Bastion speak of an ancient race: the Dragons. Majestic creatures that helped the Gods in creating the world. That could fly through the skies with ease and speed. Creatures that could burn a forest or make the driest desert bloom with flowers. Darker tomes speak of Ghauzar, the Death Dragon and, more importantly, how to bring him back to life. The Wizard Cáligo knew about this book long before and has finally unleashed it's power. Ghauzar, the Wizard's new pet, has been given the sacred task of protecting the Bastion's graveyard.
Beware of the Wingless Dragon because neither sword or arrow will hurt him. Beware in the graveyard for Ghauzar creeps below. Beware of the dark tome's warning: a dead dragon cannot be killed again.
Nerubians are among the races that have populated the Peninsula since time immemorial. Feral, instinctive and immensely powerful, Nerubians prefer to weave giant webs deep in underground caves to serve as each individual’s own kingdom rather than forming communities. Whoever treads upon the woven strings will be hunted down and consumed, be it a fellow Nerubian or not. A nameless Nerubian, while carrying out the traditional murder of trespassers, unknowingly killed a demonic warlock and unleashed a curse upon herself. From that point onwards, her mind became consumed with madness and her body periodically laid eggs that, instead of spawning normal offspring as they were supposed to, create monstrous spiderlings that hungered for flesh and aggressively hunted down any living things in the vicinity. Many years later, the fateful day came when a small Forsaken squad was killed by the spiderlings. The news reached the Wizard and he did not miss the opportunity to harness this twisted perversion of nature to bolster the might of the Forsaken forces.
The cursed Nerubian, now bore the name Brood Mother given by the Wizard, ultimately became another accessory in the Wizard’s unholy quest. This horrific arachnid and her offspring now stands between the holy warriors and the Heart. If the Nerubian Widow could not teach the fools arachnophobia, the Brood Mother will.
thx a lot for all your answers. We're happy you like it.
We added some first official gameplay pictures.
This is the World Map of FBF.