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* You'll always have way more gold than wood. Take advantage of every single opportunity to buy wood that the game presents.
  
 
* There's an unobtrusive "return to a previous chapter" button in the "load game" menu. If you want to change one of your previous decisions, you don't necessarily have to restart the whole game.
 
* There's an unobtrusive "return to a previous chapter" button in the "load game" menu. If you want to change one of your previous decisions, you don't necessarily have to restart the whole game.

Latest revision as of 12:54, 9 August 2019

  • You'll always have way more gold than wood. Take advantage of every single opportunity to buy wood that the game presents.
  • There's an unobtrusive "return to a previous chapter" button in the "load game" menu. If you want to change one of your previous decisions, you don't necessarily have to restart the whole game.
  • Keeping or dropping characters isn't a subtle or intricate decision - you basically have to always side with the character in question or risk losing them. Does a character hate monsters or elves? You'll get no chance to explain yourself and convince them to stay if you decide to spare any.
  • Pleasing the dwarf leader changes only the quantity of reinforcements (additional dwarf cards) you are given.