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'''''[[Tornado]]''''' is a spell can be casted on [[hut]]s or [[follower]]s and can destroy them completely spreading pieces of wood over the surrounding area. When cast on people they will fly up and then fall back down badly injured.
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'''''[[Pressure Point]]''''' is identicle to the Single Player level, [[Middle Ground]]. However most players do not worship the [[Stone Head]] which grants you [[Armageddon]] unlike the computer players do in [[Single Player]]. This is a level which goes in depth on defending with [[Guard Tower|towers]]. You each start with a good shaped, bunky base with many [[Wildmen|wildies]] spread over the terrain. [[Earthquake]]s will shape the land heavily but it will take many [[earthquake]]s to sink it down to [[water]] as the land is so high. '''''([[Tornado|more...]])'''''
 
 
Tornado is a very commonly used spell as it is cheap and efficent for destorying [[hut]]s in one shot. Players also use it to spread [[follower]]s around. [[Firewarrior]]s can still fire even if they are in the air, mostly getting another chance to kill the enemy [[shaman]]. '''''([[Tornado|more...]])'''''
 

Revision as of 10:15, 1 October 2009

A pressure point game with highly defended bases

Pressure Point is identicle to the Single Player level, Middle Ground. However most players do not worship the Stone Head which grants you Armageddon unlike the computer players do in Single Player. This is a level which goes in depth on defending with towers. You each start with a good shaped, bunky base with many wildies spread over the terrain. Earthquakes will shape the land heavily but it will take many earthquakes to sink it down to water as the land is so high. (more...)