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Plague of Revenge - ClassesPlague Classes:
-Warlock (Valhalla, Adrallas): Magical Infantry of the Plague Army. Has a wide quantity of magics
-Firebolt: Throws a ball of fire on the enemy.
-Bone Worship: Creates a skeleton minion from dead bodies on the battlefield or a graveyard.
-Riot Control: Creates a barricade of earth spikes on a diagonal position, destroying any close enemy.
-Summon Elemental: A rare attack for those which learned with the Plague Commander.
-Warrior (Valhalla, Horned Demon, Adrallas): A Plague Warrior is not as deadly as a Tarkus' Warrior, but they have the ability to throw Firebolts.
-Torch Keeper (Adramelech, Adraemons): They are able to do small Fire elemental from a Spirit Torch. They are not very strong, but if you create an battalion of them, you will triumph. If the torch be broken, the holder won't be able to create a Fire Elemental
Shaman (Maddock, Horned Demon, Horned Maddocks): Magical Infantry of the Tarkus Army. Has only two magics:
-Firebolt: Throws a ball of
Plague of Revenge - RacesRaces
- Maddocks: Maddocks are the basic civilization of Tarkus, a compound of human, tiger and wolf, with 6.5 feet tall and weights 260 pounds, most of them are very distant of the family, and very connected with his master. They commonly have dark eyes, like gray, purple, dark green, brown black and crimson. Their fur is commonly golden, brown and gray, in some rare cases, it's crimson.
- Valhallas: Valhalla is the basic civilization of the Plague, a compound of snow elf and ice elemental. They are commonly look-a-like humans, but with ice crystals on their back, which can be taken off as weapons. Most of them have no kind of hair color, but white and blonde. They relations are minimal with their parents, but their brothers, they are almost soul-bounded. Most of them are 6 to 6.4 feet tall, and weights 80 to 150 pounds.
- Adramelechs: These men are famous by they height: 9 feet tall. They are giants, with sharpened teeth and thick, natural spikes on their hands, which increases the m
Plague of Revenge - The StoryPlague of Revenge
Uncountable Years have passed, and Both Armies: Tarkus and Plague, have been fighting since then.
"Tarkus attacked an old city, which the government was called 'Azar'. The city, called Shakur, was monumental, full of aqueducts and Statues of their prestigious fight against the Rebels of that time, which wanted to create an army against Azar. Tarkus was a friend of this civilization, but they didn't agreed each other's laws and cultures. One day, one of them attacked each other, but it was never told who. Tarkus and Azar started a war on a blind cause. Shakur was destroyed. The rest of the survivors which didn't migrate to Rhayader (the second most famous city of Azar), were doomed by the rebels that invaded the city. The government Azar was abandoned, and the new governor of Rhayader domained the tribes surrounding the city. The new state has been called Plague, and they remember what happened with them on the past, so they fought back against Tarkus. Both a
EasterRemember what you love,
you with sand in your teeth
and the feral burn of hunger
in your eyes.
God sends his regrets.
He made you grasping and slow,
in a late hour
when the wine washed low.
Remember what you love.
Fall to your knees in the toss
and the swell, quell
the appetite of the cold black sea.
Beg blessings for your home
and the salt-sick trees.
Reach what lies near:
the fat-faced child, the sweet-soft lamb;
tether the tantrum, trickle the blood.
Offer psalms to what is holy,
whisper the name of what you love
as it bobs in the bleak mad sea.
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