You are a God! You are master and ruler of a loyal nation. You have unimaginable powers at your disposal. You have claimed this world as yours. But there are others who stand in your way. You must defeat and destroy these pretenders. Only then can you ascend to godhood and become the new Pantokrator.

When you start the game you decide what kind of god you are and how your DOMINION affects your lands and followers. It is an expression of your divine might and the faith of your followers. If your dominion dies, so do you. Your dominion also inspires your sacred warriors and gives them powers derived from your dominion.

In order to win and become the one true god you have to defeat your enemies one of three different ways: conquer their lands, extinguish their dominion or claim the Thrones of Ascension.

Release version and manual is available now. Manual can be downloaded from Illwinter's web page.

How to bless stuff?
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kobasen7 Feb 28 2014, 12:20pm Anchor
kobasen7

I'm not sure how to bless things I have my commander at priest level 2. Manual says you can bless when you are level 1. I click on defend but there is no button called "Bless button of buttoning" :(

sorry for joking but i have no idea how bless button is supposed to be called.

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Silvo Feb 28 2014, 12:24pm Anchor
Silvo

cast specific spell > bless.
ah.. you need sacred troops to be bless as well.

ephafn Feb 28 2014, 12:27pm Anchor
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Blessing can only happens in combat. So just try to send you commander in battle, and check the spell he cast. He will very likely cast "Bless" on himself, giving him the bless bonus. He will also cast the spell on your other units, provided they have the "Sacred" property (looks like an unlit candelabra), also giving them the same bonus.

That's the most basic way to bless stuff. But the others relies on scripting which spells your commander will cast in combat (this is what Silvo is mentioning) and forging items, so I won't go in details for now.

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kobasen7 Feb 28 2014, 12:28pm Anchor
kobasen7

Thanks! I thought it can happen any time... Damn this game is confusing but fun as hell :D

Ealb Feb 28 2014, 12:32pm Anchor
Ealb

Blessing occurs in combat. If you have sacred troops and a commander with one or more levels in Holy magic, the combat AI will generally bless the troops automatically if circumstances permit. If you want to ensure it, go under "Army Setup" and click on "set battle orders" for the specific commander. Choose "Cast a specific spell", and select Bless (or Divine Bless for priests with 3+ levels of Holy). Undead priests have three different variants of "Unholy Blessing" to do the same thing. Finally, if you're sending sacred troops into combat alongside your pretender, it will autobless all your sacreds at the start of the battle.

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Admiral_Aorta Mar 1 2014, 3:08am Anchor
Admiral_Aorta
Ealb wrote:Blessing occurs in combat. If you have sacred troops and a commander with one or more levels in Holy magic, the combat AI will generally bless the troops automatically if circumstances permit. If you want to ensure it, go under "Army Setup" and click on "set battle orders" for the specific commander. Choose "Cast a specific spell", and select Bless (or Divine Bless for priests with 3+ levels of Holy). Undead priests have three different variants of "Unholy Blessing" to do the same thing. Finally, if you're sending sacred troops into combat alongside your pretender, it will autobless all your sacreds at the start of the battle.

Actually undead priests have the same spells as normal, unholy bless is a MA Ermor and Lemuria thing(and non undead priests used by those nations will be stuck using it as well).

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