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So I was wondering, how do armies work? Like can I get more by attacking a town and taking it for myself, then using those troops to capture more towns until I control everything? I mean, why should Loki be the one to usher in a new era when I am far more capable, am I right?
 

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Have we been told that conquering area is actually a possibility?
 

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but it dos have towns forts and villiges and thay did mention some quests involve attacking/defending these places
 

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I'm interested to see how combat works. You have one hero, you, right? And then you just get to hire (or obtain some other way) your army? Then you fight RTS/Turn-Based battles? I feel like we don't know that much yet
 

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I'm interested to see how combat works. You have one hero, you, right? And then you just get to hire (or obtain some other way) your army? Then you fight RTS/Turn-Based battles? I feel like we don't know that much yet

If you've played King's Bounty or Heroes of Might & Magic it's similar to how it'll be. Main difference is that your hero is an active unit in the army, instead of an 'overseer'. Battles are turn-based like in KB or HoMM.
 
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