/domg/ - Dominions General
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Dominions is a fantasy turn-based strategy game created by two dudes. There are currently four titles in the series.
The game combines a simple presentation with an extremely wide array of strategic options, including over 1500 units, 600 spells and 300 magic items. Turns are resolved simultaneously, with players planning battles rather than directly controlling them.
It has simplistic graphics but is easily moddable and extremely deep.
Basically, it's an autist’s wet dream of a strategy game.
Join the steamgroup for multiplayer
>Our work-in-progress wiki
This is a community resource that has every unit, spell, and item in the game in an accessible database. If you have any question about an item, unit, or spell, check the Inspector.
>Custom battle creator
>Play by email guide:
>Where do I get it?
It is available on Desura, Gamersgate, and Steam. Keys from either Desura or Gamersgate should work on Steam.
A kind Anon has uploaded a working version:
If you like it, please consider buying it. Each player in a multiplayer game must have a unique CD key.
>What should I learn with?
human nations with a lot of diversity: T'ien Ch'i (any age), Arcoscephale (any age), EA Ermor, etc.
Giant nations with a major bless: Niefelheim, Fomoria, Ashdod
Heavy infantry nations with simple magic: MA Ulm, Abysia
C'tis, Sceleria, Ermor, Asphodel, Lemuria
/srg/ - Speedrunning General
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Siglemic continues his attempt at becoming a smash bros legend. After months of absence from the gaming scene, he loads up his stream and to some surprise from the fans in his chat, he's playing smash bros on the WiiU.
Sig says "yo" to everyone. He starts in practice mode with fox and begins to train his ledge grabs and wavedashes. After fifteen minutes of that he a little annoyed with it so he switches to "break the targets" mode. He fiddles with that for ten minutes or so before saying "you know what fuck this" and turning off the WiiU.
The gamecube opening jingle starts up. He's loaded up smash bros melee. He beelines for practice mode fox and begins grinding out ledge grabs and wavedashes. "Yeahhahh this feels a lot better". Fifteen minutes and four home run mode attempts later, he's had enough. "Alright guys". The gamecube flashes off.
He loads up Super Mario 64. Everyone in chat is going nuts. Now this is his niche-- this is what he knows best. He's comfortable, he's warmed up, he's raring to go. Ten minutes in he's looking good with a negative split in the annoying whomp's fortress, and with jolly roger bay going swimmingly. He's feeling comfortable and confident, timing perfect swim strokes as he goes to lure out the big eel from its nest. He swims closer and closer, making sure to change camera angles at precise moments to avoid as much lag as possible until finally he reaches the wall above the nest, and turns around to look down at the massive eel head that's poking out, and then swimming out, and as the tail flaps out of the nest he swims downward to nab the star but oh shit he's mistimed it and he hits the tail and recoils backwards, flipping, and suddenly is within an eighth of his life of death and the red slice on the life meter disappears and he's gasping for air, but there is only water-- he's drowning, drowning and siglemic can only watch mario's suffering and feel the same suffering
Siglemic cuts stream without another word.