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The Horned Reaper is a unique creature known for its fearsome strength and explosive anger.
Warlocks are highly intelligent sorcerers, who have been shunned by the Overworld and now seek refuge in the Underworld.
The temple is where your creatures can worship you and you can sacrifice them.
The Bile Demon is the toughest creature in your arsenal (and the fattest).
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About Dungeon Keeper
Dungeon Keeper is a series of Real-Time Strategy (RTS) PC games published between 1997 and 1999.
Raining on the tiresome parade of games about Heroes cleaning out Dungeons, DK and DK2 cast the player as an evil overlord, a Dungeon Keeper, who must carve out his foul subterranean domain, load it with deathtraps, sternly manage his evil minions, and slay or torture adventuring Heroes, all with a businessman's eye for efficiency.
The dungeon architecture, narration, and unconventional gameplay were critically acclaimed for both titles. The player is able to do many vicious things to the Dungeon's creatures in his capacity as its overbearing, invisible tyrant, yet is unable to command them directly from place to place. Creatures mainly act according to their nature, and a full-fledged Dungeon operation can be a frenzy of activity— "Evil, malice, death, decay, Just another working day," goes one of the series' jeering slogans. Continue reading...
Did you know
- ...that with Lightning and her high Luck score, the Fairy has the highest damage potential of all creatures?
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