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Choose from 6 starting classes, including the Sellsword, the Ruffian, the Ranger, the Thief, the Merchant, and the Scholar. Upgrade your 5 stats to unlock a variety of abilities, including combat moves, crafting, social skills, and eventually magic. Brew poisons, fire bombs, set traps, and command your party to victory.

There are seven major warlords vying for control of the former Viridi Republic. It is your prerogative to choose which one to support. Gain reputations and respect from the various factions, and attack or rob anyone you want at any time. Total freedom of action.

There is also a fully-functional world editor and scripting language (WSL, Warlord Scripting Language), so you can make your own stories. You can even allow the player to import his entire party, inventory, and reputations from another story. Play in full real-time, or use the space bar to pause and play with a more strategic style.

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Updated 1 day ago
StatusIn development
Rated 5.0 out of 5 stars
(1 total ratings)
AuthorBrian Lancaster
GenreRole Playing
Tags2D, Fantasy, Pixel Art, Real time strategy, Singleplayer, Steampunk, Strategy RPG, Tactical RPG, Team-Based, Tilemap


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Warlordocracy Demo v67.rar 177 MB
Warlordocracy Demo v66.rar 177 MB

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For anyone trying this on Linux with a recent Wine version, it requires dinput8- the one provided by winetricks didn't work for me, but putting a 64bit dinput8.dll from here (https://www.dlldownloader.com/dinput8-dll/) in the same folder as the exe did.

As for the game, I gave it a quick try, and it looks like fun. Didn't play past the tutorial and intro story bit yet though. I get lag spikes every 3 seconds exactly, though I don't know if that's a Linux thing, or not. And sorry, but the pathfinding is also really bad.


I know this dev is awesome woot heya