In which I talk about Warlock in general, set up the game and create my character. Riveting stuff, really. Also, a first introduction to serial commenters Vipermagi and Sumanai, who assisted me with mockery and advice in equal measure throughout the series.
A first look at the core game mechanics, and the first indication of my yet-undiagnosed Screenshotitis. Or should that be Screenshotophilia?
My first encounter with another player. Also, a random surprise at a random point starts a thread that takes me through the entire game. See if you can spot it.
Diplomacy, religion, warfare. Really, this episode has it all.
Yes, this episode is just a massive siege. Because this is my Let’s Play and I can do whatever the hell I want, that’s why.
Both the sea and the other planes proves themselves unknowable, unassailable and — frankly — undesirable. Let’s just stick to land for now.
WAR, huh, yeah! What is it good for? This episode, for one.
And like that, it’s over again. ‘Peace through superior firepower’ is really an adage for the ages.
Of course, there not being a war in a game called Warlock is the exception, not the rule. Which one of you had ‘one whole episode’ in the Peace Pool?
Not a whole lot happens in this episode, to be honest. Well, except for magic teleporting soldiers. But beyond that…
Sometimes, you slug through warfare with nary a victory to your name. Other times, you blitz over an entire empire in a single episode. Guess which type of episode we’re having today?
Two enemies down, and I got my court-mandated Game of Thrones reference out of the way. What should I do next?
You know what they say: when life gives you lemons, travel through a magical portal to a different plane of existence and take its riches for yourself.
Alright, so maybe this whole ‘take over a part of the universe’ plan is going to take a little while. Nobody told me that here there be dragons!
In which I go maybe a little too far in my plan to safeguard goblin-kind. Also, another war… but it’s not really all that interesting.
I’ll be fair: I initially wanted to call this episode ‘song of the South’, but I was concerned about the source material’s rather blatant racism. Hence, compromise.
Really, now: what you do suppose happens in an episode titled ‘D-Day’? (answers before 08-11-2012 to Blue Screen of Awesome)
And with that, I win. But how?