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  14. I am just trying to copy this from https://www.moddb.com/mods/hyrule-conquest/news/seasonal-changes Some much needed changes are coming for the Fairies, lets take a look at them. Posted by The_Undying_Nephalim on Jun 6th, 2022 We've recently taken a look at two factions that received a bit of an overhaul. The Kokiri had many new Koroks introduced, while the Gohma had a complete visual overhaul. For all the other factions, the changes will be extremely minor and not exactly worth discussing in an article, save for one faction. Let's take a peek at the Fairies, who are the last faction that will be getting quite an overhaul. For the Fairies, their overhaul has less to do with finding a home for a selection of units (the Koroks being added to the Kokiri), or a desire to visually overhaul a faction to fit their nature more (the Gohma). The Fairy changes are quite simply the result of the new Node System being incompatible with how Fairy Seasons worked in older versions of Hyrule Conquest, and therefore a necessity. In all previous versions of Hyrule Conquest, the Fairies had a smaller roster of units compared to every other faction, but they could cycle between four different seasons to transform the way units behaved to adapt to certain situations. While potentially useful, quite a few people reported that the system was a bit convoluted and difficult to time properly when trying to counter an opponent. With this criticism in mind and the new Node System forcing my hand, I went back to the drawing board to try and find an interesting way to salvage Fairy Seasons. At the moment the solution is to really lean into the Seasons replacing the Phases that most other factions use to progress through their techtrees. From a technical standpoint, think of the Fairy Seasons as a modular and non-linear techtree. Where's most factions have to progress through a linear techtree (They start in the Village Phase, progress to Town Phase, and ultimately City Phase), the Fairies, their units and techs require one of the four seasons to be "researched," however the player gets to choose which season to begin a match and the order of seasons to progress through. This should in theory give the Fairies a much larger set of build-order options for various strategies, especially in the early to-mid game. The intention is to give each season and the units connected to them a general theme, but still have some utility so that a player is not screwed over for picking any particular season before others. Another means to help in that regard is to have several of their units and techs not be connected to any particular season. So lets take a look at the following chart, which shows the new Fairy roster and what units can be found in which seasons. Afterwards will be information on the Fairy Heroes and details for each units; while many units will be returning there will still be a few new units joining their roster! Non-Seasonal Units Drove - Droves are returning as the Fairies' early-game, cheap swarming unit. They are slow and frail, but can hover over all terrain and attack from any direction. Stray - Stray Fairies are also returning, with some minor changes. They are now a ranged unit, spitting out small insect-like stingers at their targets. When Abilities are added to the engine, 15 Stray Fairies will be able to combine and transform into a Great Fairy. Great Fairy - A returning Fairy unit, this time leaning much more heavily into the role of a Commander. Great Fairies will have a large passive impact on the performance of other units under their command, as well as a powerful melee magic attack. When slain in battle a Great Fairy will shatter into a Battalion of Stray Fairies. Small Maku Tree - A new unit joining the roster of Fairies, these trees from the Oracle of Seasons will serve as non-combat units that passively increase the health regeneration rate of everything within their aura. In future versions they will also be able to replenish Battalions and restore lost Fairies. Spring Units Scent Fairy - A brand new Fairy unit that uses the magic of the Scent Seeds from Oracle of Seasons. This Fairy will be followed by a randomized group of Wild Animals. In the next release the list of creatures will be relatively small (Probably Dodongos, Tektites, and Arachs), however in future versions the animals will likely be based on the Biome of the current map that is being played on. Magic Fairy - Technically a returning unit, this one was called the Banshee in previous versions. Other than the name change and visual overhaul, they function the same as a ranged magic unit. Great Mayfly Fairy - A large and majestic Fairy that only appears for a short time in Spring. The Mayfly Fairy is able to summon Mayfly Fairy Droves with each attack, which will then proceed to seek out and attack further targets. A trio of Great Mayfly Fairies can quickly spawn an out of control swarm of Droves if they are not dealt with. These Mayfly Fairy Droves have a very short lifespan however, and will eventually die on their own. They spawn several Stray Fairies when slain. Great Fairy Sword - A Unique Unit tied to the hero Venus, these animated swords seem to be carried by an invisible force and hack at enemies. They function much like a standard infantry unit, however since they seem to have no bodies to actually target they have a high dodge rate. Summer Units Gale Fairy - A brand new Fairy unit that uses the magic of the Gale Seeds from Oracle of Seasons. This fairy creates small tornadoes that slow down the movement speed of all enemies nearby. Blast Bloom - A small flower that seems innocuous, but when in the presence of a Fairy they spring to life. The Blast Bloom vomits a large gust of wind at a single target, sending them flying back with Knockback Damage. Great Dragonfly Fairy - A large and reclusive fairy that only appears in Summer. She has power over the earth and can hurl large stones from the ground at her targets. This makes her function much like a catapult, making her a Fairy Siege unit. They spawn several Stray Fairies when slain. Gale Boomerang - A Unique Unit tied to the hero Sekaia, this one is returning with minimal changes. As before, the Gale Boomerang is a fast moving unit that passively deals damage to all enemies around itself, as well as being hard to hit. Autumn Units Pegasus Fairy - A brand new Fairy unit that uses the magic of the Pegasus Seeds from Oracle of Seasons. In the next release these Fairies will passively increase the movement speed of all nearby Fairies. In future versions they will be able to attach to other Battalions and even other Heroes, allowing them to have sudden bursts of cartoonishly fast speeds. Puffstool - Another new unit joining the Fairy roster, the Puffstool is a slow moving creature that deals no attack damage, however every enemy nearby will become Poisoned if they do not move out of the way or kill the Puffstool. Great Butterfly Fairy - A giant Fairy unit and another new unit for their roster. This Fairy is a non-combat unit, however it can rapidly heal injured units and functions as an expensive but durable medic. They spawn several Stray Fairies when slain. Zirro - A Unique Unit tied to the hero Xana, these flying creatures drop explosive spores on their targets. They are excellent Siege units, and in future versions their spores will temporarily disable the production of buildings they target. Winter Units Ember Fairy - A brand new Fairy unit that uses the magic of the Ember Seeds from Oracle of Seasons. The Ember Fairy is pretty straightforward: they light enemies on fire. While Gorons and constructs can shrug off this attack, most units in the game will want stay clear and pelt them with arrows or other projectiles. Kyandokyan - A new Fairy unit, the Kyandokyan will function as their Scout. While they move relatively slowly, they have a very large Line of Sight that can see through any invisible unit. These candle creatures have no attack, however when they are killed by an enemy they explode in a burst of flames and damage anything around themselves. When Day and Night cycles are added to the game in future versions, their Line of Sight will remain unaffected by the dark. Great Crystal Fairy - A giant and powerful Fairy creature of legend that only appears briefly in Winter. The Great Crystal Fairy stuns enemies with her ice attacks, as well as slows down the movement of enemies that attempt to engage with her in a Melee. Mistwalker - A Unique Unit tied to the hero Valfi, the Mistwaker is a returning unit with changes to its role. The Mistwalker is now a Stealth unit, allowing it to remain unseen by most enemies. Coupled with its ability to hover anywhere on the map, and Mistwalkers will be able to sneak into just about any well defended location and attack from unexpected directions. In addition to the units, there have been some tweaks to the Fairy Heroes, including brand new Heroes: Navi Navi is a new Fairy joining the roster of Heroes. She is a tiny Hero that can barely attack enemies, however in future versions of Hyrule Conquest she will be able to be attached to other units and even other Heroes to give them additional stats and abilities. Focus: Scouting and Vision Unique Tech: Line of Sight of all units is increased by 25% Unique Bonus: Fairy Droves can detect Stealthed units at close range. Unique Bonus: Kyandokyan Line of Sight is increased. Ciela Ciela is a returning Fairy Hero, although she has a few changes. Much like Navi her stats are pathetic and she can barely hold up in a fight on her own, but eventually she will also be able to be attached to units and other Heroes. Focus: Health and Healing Unique Tech: Fairy Droves now have a small chance to respawn each time one is slain. Unique Bonus: HP of all units is increased by 10% Unique Bonus: Regeneration Rate of all Fairy units is slightly increased. Venus A returning Fairy Hero, Venus is a Queen of beauty and kindness, as well as a watcher of the Season of Spring. She wields a Great Fairy Sword and can attack enemies in Melee. Focus: Rapid Summoning Unique Unit: Great Fairy Swords Unique Tech: All Fairy Battalion sizes are increased by one additional unit. Unique Bonus: Great Mayfly Fairies now spawn double Mayfly Fairy Droves with each attack. Sekaia A returning Fairy Hero, Sekaia is the Queen of winds and watcher of the Season of Summer. She harasses enemies with her ranged wind attacks and fast hovering speeds. Focus: Ranged units Unique Unit: Gale Boomerang Unique Tech: Attack Range of all Ranged units is increased. Unique Bonus: Great Dragonfly Fairy attack now has increased range and deals Knockback damage to units. Xana A new Fairy hero, Xana is the Queen of Stray Fairies and the watcher of the Season of Autumn. She is rumored to be quite insane, and is not afraid to fight an enemy in hand to hand combat. Focus: Stray Fairies Unique Unit: Zirro Unique Tech: Stray Fairies gain a Bubble Shield, making them very resistant to non-magic damage sources. Unique Bonus: Great Butterfly Fairies now spawn twice as many Stray Fairies when slain. Valfi A returning Fairy Hero, Valfi is the Queen of all Fairies and watcher of the Season of Winter. She is often isolated on a mysterious island in the ocean, rarely appearing on land. She is invisible to the eyes of most enemies, and can sneak up to unexpectedly attack them. Focus: Stealth Unique Unit: Mistwalker Unique Tech: Fairy Droves gain Stealth. Unique Bonus: Great Crystal Fairies gain Camouflage And that is about it for the Fairies. As mentioned earlier, there are changes for several other factions coming in the pipeline but they are relatively minor in comparison to the Kokiri, Gohma, and Fairies. Perhaps it's no coincidence these three factions are so connected in their forest theme, geography, and lore. Regardless, there will be a new version of Hyrule Conquest soon introducing these changes, as well as other fixes and AI improvements Exodarion has been working on. The next time we have an article showing new stuff it will finally be for the brand new feature we've all been waiting for... Finally.
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  23. I am just trying to copy this from https://www.moddb.com/mods/hyrule-conquest/news/arachnid-overhauls Arachnid Overhauls A detailed look at the new Gohma roster, which is undergoing some pretty big changes. Posted by The_Undying_Nephalim on May 8th, 2022 Last time we took at look at some Koroks, new additions to the Kokiri's roster. This time we are going to take a look at the archenemy of the Kokiri, their spidery rivals known as the Gohma. In the last release of Hyrule Conquest, the Gohma got a complete visual overhaul. In the next version of Hyrule Conquest, the Gohma roster will undergo the largest overhaul of any faction, with more than half of their roster being outright replaced with different units and the existing units all tweaked and changed in some way. Since the days of Hyrule Total War, I've never been entirely satisfied with their unit compositions. There were far too many giant units and quite a few redundant units as well. The objective this time around was to really try and give each unit a niche role, as well as synergize with other Gohma units. I'll go ahead and begin with the returning Gohma units and go over any changes that they are seeing. Returning Gohma Units Soldier Larva The Soldier Larva have always been the perfect Gohma unit: A large swarm of weak melee biters who wear down enemies by being easily replaced and massed in large numbers. Other than a visual redesign which is in the current release, nothing is changing about this unit. Spine Larva Formally called the "Hive Larva," in older versions of Hyrule Conquest these little guys would help construct and repair Gohma bases. Seeing as workers have been replaced with the new Node System, this left these units on the chopping block. I really like the design of these Gohma from Twilight Princess and felt that they should be reused elsewhere. Renamed Spine Larva, these tiny creatures will be replacing the Caretaker as the Gohma's first tier ranged unit. They now lob small orange spines at their targets and deal pierce damage instead of acid damage, so they are functionally a cheap, small, and fast moving archer now. Pincergohma Much like the Soldier Larva, the Pincergohma has always felt like a quintessential unit that doesn't really need any changes. Other than a slight visual update, this unit will be returning as the Gohma's bread and butter infantry. Burstgohma The Burstgohma will be returning with no changes at all and will keep its current design. As before, these little guys explode and deal damage to anything around their corpse. Trap Door Gohma The Trap Door Gohma will be returning with no changes at all and will keep its current design. As before, these units are completely invisible when standing still, and can suddenly launch surprise attacks at unsuspecting foes. Royal Larva The Royal Larva will be returning with the same visual design, they will have a slightly different function in the Gohma army now. Royal Larva will now instead increase the regeneration rate of nearby Gohma, allowing them to heal much faster. When Battalion attachments are added as a feature to the game, the Royal Larva will instead attach itself to a Battalion to have the same effect on it. Gohma Queen The Gohma Queens are making a return, with a visual change and some minor functional changes. As in the last release, Gohma Eggs now function with Battalions and the Gohma Queens will be able to lay eggs that hatch into Soldier Larva or Spine Larva, making them a mobile barracks that can field low level units in enemy territory. They will also allow Gohma Battalions to replenish their lost soldiers anywhere on the map, once replenishment has been added into the engine. Gohma Long Legs The Gohma Long Legs will be returning with only a very slight visual change; they will function the same as a fast moving unit that behaves much like cavalry. Rocktite The Rocktites are also returning with no visual changes, their roll in the Gohma army is now changing a bit though. In the next version they will become the Gohma's ranged siege unit, throwing large boulders much like a catapult. They will still retain their high armor values, making them one of the most durable siege engines in the game. Tank Gohma Another "quintessential" Gohma unit that has always felt at home in their roster, other than a visual overhaul the Tank Gohma will return with no other changes. Armogohma The Armorgohma is returning with only minor visual changes. It has however now become a Unique Unit tied to a specific Gohma hero (details on that a little later when we get to Gohma Heroes). It will no longer be classified as a siege unit, and while not labeled a mage it essentially functions like a large tanky mage unit, lighting enemies on fire with its eye beam. Shrouder Originally called the Shroud Walker, this unit will be returning as a Unique Unit for one of the Gohma Heroes. Like in previous versions of Hyrule Conquest, the Shrouder will spew out fog that increases the miss rate of all enemy projectiles, as well as cripple the Line of Sight of enemies that get too close to the Shrouder. New to this unit however is that its fog also completely halts enemy regeneration, meaning that their units cannot heal while in the presence of its fog. The Shouder also has a new design and its physical size and radius of its fog effect has been dramatically decreased. New Gohma units Eye Larva While the general design of this creature is more or less based on the previous Giant Larva unit, its function is completely different and it might as well be treated as a whole new unit. The Eye Larva will serve as the Gohma's Scout unit, something they were completely lacking and really needed. The Eye Larva, like most Scouts, can also detect invisible enemies. Stinger Gohma The Stinger Gohma is a new addition to the Gohma army, and will be one of the first units in the game to use 0AD's new Poison status effect. These melee creatures do not deal tons of damage up front with their attack, but rather inflict Poison on an enemy which continues to drain their health over a period of time. Webweaver The Gohma Webweaver is a new ranged support unit that launches webs from its head. These webs deal no damage to enemies, but reduce their movement and attack speed across a very large radius. For a comparison they are somewhat similar to the Gerudo Ice Archer, but are able to cover a much larger area with their slowing webs. Morth Swarm Really putting the swarm in their name to good use, Morth Swarms are trained in very large batches and can move over any type of terrain (sans water and lava). They deal no damage with their attack, however each individual Morth ever so slightly reduces the movement speed, attack speed, and armor values of enemy units. Each Morth's effect stacks, so several Battalions of these guys can potentially completely immobilize and cripple enemy units, especially large units that are easy for them to crowd around. Pairing them with Webweavers can lead to some really nasty results. Mothula A new ranged Gohma unit, the Mothulas attack enemies with spiked projectiles that do minimal Pierce damage on their own. Their projectiles have a chance to spawn additional Morth Swarms however, slowing down enemies and devaluing their armor. Carrier A new giant Gohma unit, despite its huge size the Carrier does not excel in combat and has a very slow attack rate. As its name implies, the Carrier acts as an armored transport; it is able to load itself with multiple Battalions of Larva sized units and ferry them across the map, including oceans and rivers. When the Carrier is slain in battle it will also spawn a free but injured Battalion of Soldier Larva. Mite Keeper This unit was technically introduced in the last version of Hyrule Conquest, but it's quite new so we'll go ahead and cover it here. The Mite Keeper is a Unique Unit of one of the new Gohma heroes, and attacks by lobbing tiny Gohma Mites at enemies. Gohma Mites may be tiny and weak and will eventually die out on their own, but they will continue to rapidly seek out and attack enemies and cannot be directly targeted. When the Mite Keeper is slain in battle it will also spawn a large swarm of Gohma Mites. Gohma Blocker Once a unit that was removed from Hyrule Conquest years ago is now making a return, this time with a new design and as a Unique Unit of one of the Gohma Heroes. The Blocker is a large walking shield with extremely high armor values; it is effectively immune to any form of Pierce or Hack damage projectiles. In the next release of Hyrule Conquest they will passively increase the armor of all nearby Gohma, and when they are slain their corpses will continue to provide that armor bonus until they decay. When Battalion attachments are added as a feature, Blockers can be attached to a Battalion and will instead make their Battalion completely immune to ranged Piercing and Hack damage. The Great Baga Tree Replacing the old Gohma Titan, the Baga Tree is the dark counterpart to the Great Deku Tree. While he is a decent melee Titan that has no issue taking on groups of enemies, the Baga Tree's real strength is his ability to constantly spawn a Soldier Larva with each attack. That's a look at the Gohma's new and returning units. Lets shift gears and take a peek at their Heroes.... there are quite a few new changes in store for them. All of the Gohma Heroes now are represented by various Queens. Queen Baga Modeled after the Gohma Queen of Ocarina of Time, Queen Baga returns from previous versions of Hyrule Conquest and will not change too much. Like normal Gohma Queens she can lay eggs to produce units anywhere on the map, however she can hatch a much larger selection of units than just Larva. Focus: Larva Units Unique Bonus: Soldier Larva gain Camouflage. Unique Bonus: +1 Battalion size for Soldier Larva and Spine Larva Unique Tech: All Gohma structures (except for Settlements, Outposts, and Camps) spawn a half sized Battalion of Soldier Larva when destroyed. Queen Midoro Taking cues from the Mothula of Windwaker, Queen Midoro serves as the matriarch of other Mothulas and Morths. She is a small flying Hero that can hover across the map, lobbing her Morth Swarms from hills or other hard to reach places. Focus: Scouting Unique Bonus: All Gohma have increased Line of Sight. Unique Bonus: Mothulas have an increased chance to spawn a Morth with their attacks. Unique Tech: Mothulas can pay resources to gain wings. Queen Arborachnid A vile arachnid monster from Kaze Emanuar's The Missing Link, the Arborachnid will be appearing in Hyrule Conquest as queen of the Gohma Mites. In addition to its biting melee attack and passive ranged attacks from its tree eyes, Arborachnid can spawn Mites and also consume other Gohma units to quickly heal itself. Focus: Swarming Unique Unit: Mite Keeper Unique Tech: Gohma of Medium or larger sizes (except Carriers and Heroes) gain a chance to spawn Gohma Mites on death. Unique Bonus: There is now a chance that an enemy unit will spawn a Gohma Mite when killed. Queen Moruge Returning from previous versions of Hyrule Conquest, this heavily armored Gohma Queen has the fewest changes and will once again focus on improving the durability and armor of other Gohma. Focus: Armor Unique Unit: Gohma Blocker Unique Tech: Increases the non-magic armor of all Gohma units. Unique Bonus: All Gohma units gain an additional 10% HP. Queen Armos The dreaded Gohma Queen that appeared in Twilight Princess, Queen Armos spawns as a relatively slow and vulnerable hero that relies on her Larva to protect her. As she gains levels she will eventually be able to transform into the much larger and more powerful Queen Armogohma. Focus: Siege Unique Unit: Armogohma Unique Tech: Burst Gohma now deal Fire Damage on death and can ignite enemy buildings. Unique Bonus: Rocktites spawn a pair of Burst Gohma when they are slain. Queen Sulkaris A mysterious figure and myth of the Kokiri, Queen Sulkaris haunts the forest children and has an unsettled vendetta with the Great Deku Tree. Her twisted tree-like form erratically moves like some kind of shadowy spider as she nurtures and cares for the well being of her Gohma pets. Focus: Healing Unique Unit: Shrouder Unique Tech: Royal Larva and Gohma Queens rapidly heal all units around themselves when slain in combat. Unique Bonus: Trees spawn several Royal Larva when they have been completely harvested.
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