Warlords 2: Rise of Demons

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Warlords 2: Rise of Demons Instructions

Similar to most strategy games out there, the controls of Warlords 2: Rise of Demons is fairly straightforward. Between the battles and levels, you have to use your mouse to upgrade, buy units, choose a territory to attack on the map, and those are just to name a few. When you are in battle, use the left and right arrow keys to switch between potential units. Units are on timers. YES, they take time to be prepared for battle. For example, the giant mountain troll takes like 8 times longer preparation compared to the easy and quick to train spearman. Once you have decided on the unit and the timer starts to count down, your arrow on the battlefield will turn to yellow. Use the up and down arrow keys to decide what row you want and hit the space bar to release your unit.

Warlords 2: Rise of Demons Walkthrough

Just like the first installment of this strategy game, Warlords 2: Rise Of Demons comes with different units and troops - each with different strengths and weaknesses. Knowing those should help you decide how to face a certain army and which combination of units to go for to make sure you have all of your bases covered.

One essential improvement that was brought to the table are the upgrades. True, there are upgrades in part one BUT not as much as the upgrades available in Warlords 2: Rise Of Demons. Upgrades are stuff you want to get soon as this gives your unit a special form. HOWEVER, you need to keep in mind that they have to fill the timer twice before they can be launched. That means you can launch them into normal version when the timer goes around in red. HOWEVER, if you are not under a lot of pressure from the opposing army, waiting for the second timer in blue to finish in order to launch the special version definitely won't hurt.

As you kill enemy units, you will charge a meter which lets you unleash one unit of a given kind in every row at once by hitting the Q button. After defeating the opposing army, you will be rewarded with gold. This depends on how fast you are at beating the level and how difficult it is. What do you do with the goal? Simple! Buy and upgrade something. You don't want your cash to be just sitting there. There are no extra points for savings. Nah, you cannot open savings accounts to put your excess money on.

Put it to good use! Beef up your army with better and more lethal units. Once you have bought upgrades, hit the map, choose a new target, rinse, and repeat.