Warcraft II: Tides of Darkness takes the continuing saga of Azeroth to the next level as the battle rages on over land,
sea, and air. Using new weapons of war, including Dragons, Battleships, Elven Archers, Zeppelins, Death Knights and
Juggernauts, both Humans and Orcs must use combined-arms tactics in an effort to become the true rulers of Azeroth.
Warcraft II is a real-time strategy game. You are responsible for building your economy and town while at the same time
attacking and defending yourself against the enemy. Games begin with one Peasant/Peon or a pre placed town.
The following three resources are necessary to that you must have to build your civilization:
Gold, Lumber, and Oil.
Mined from the rich earth of Azeroth and Lordaeron, this precious metal is commonly used in exchange for
goods and services. As a rare substance that is always in short supply, Gold must be dug out from the rock and soil within
the established Gold Mines. Many of these Mines were abandoned when the Orc raids began and the workers fled for their
very lives. Since the beginning of the War, these sites are frequently operated while under the protection of military
Gold is mined at 100 Gold a trip, you can increase the amount carried per trip by upgrading the Town Hall to Keep and
more for upgrading to Castle.
Harvested from the abundant forests that inhabit all but a few regions in the realm, the uses for Lumber are nearly
infinite. Once a tree has been felled and returned to the community, it is processed and made ready for use as Lumber.
Craftsman then use this material to build many different structures and ships, as well as certain weapons and machines
of war. Lumber may also be used in the research and construction of strange new devices - or by those adept
in the arcane arts to aid with their magical studies.
Large pools of this highly flammable substance are found far beneath the surface of the sea. Special Platforms must be constructed
in order to drill deep enough into the ocean floor to get at this sticky, black substance. Dark oily patches, created
by small geysers that form on the ocean floor and spawn modest amounts of Oil into the surrounding waters,
serve as a beacon to Oil Tankers hunting for the rich black liquid. Although Oil is commonly used in the
construction and powering of ships, it has been utilized in the development of buildings and upgrades.
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