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Disciples 3: Renaissance Cheats
publisher: Kalypso Media
|ESRB rating: T
release date: Jul 13, 10
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Abstainer: Everyone knows that you are an Abstainer, because you are absolutely against the use of potions.
Abuser: You are addicted to various potions. Some people laugh at you behind your back.
Adventurer: When you were young, you explored all the attics and cellars in the neighborhood. And now you are filled with desire to explore the rest of the world.
Architect: The cities under the patronage of an Architect are flourishing. Architects construct buildings of all types.
Archmage: The Archmage can destroy enemies by using the most powerful spells.
Brave: Brave heroes always rush into the heat of battle.
Builder: A Builder creates a well-rounded city. Builders are interested in many types of buildings.
Careful: A Careful hero is prudent. He studies his options thoroughly.
Commander: The Commander is a great organizer, able to lead large armies of followers.
Conqueror of Cities: The Conqueror of Cities is a hero who is able to capture almost all known lands.
Conqueror of Peoples: If you have captured all the surrounding lands, then you are the great Conqueror of Peoples.
Conqueror of Villages: The Conqueror of Villages does not seek to capture all surrounding lands.
Coward: Cowardly heroes always play it safe.
Curious: You may explore a dungeon or two every now and then.
Destroyer: A true Destroyer smites all his enemies, leaving only dead bodies in his wake.
Doctor: You are sickened by the sight of blood and do everything in your power to keep your followers healthy.
Earth Mana Collector: You have a meager amount of Earth Magic. You rarely use Earth Magic.
Earth Mana Guardian: You have collected a huge amount of Earth Magic. Nothing is impossible for you.
Earth Mana User: You have enough Earth Magic to use it any time you need.
Explorer: All true Explorers map the new lands they have discovered.
Fatalist: Fatalists believe in Fate and do not try to resurrect fallen warriors.
Fire Mana Collector: ou do not rely on Fire Magic in battle.
Fire Mana Guardian: A true Fire Magic Guardian uses a lot of the infernal energy in all his undertakings.
Fire Mana User: The Fire Magic you have collected can be used to great advantage.
Great Explorer: Only a hero who has visited every nook and cranny in the land can be called Great Explorer.
Healer: You take excellent care of your followers. That's why they call you the Healer!
Invincible: The great Invincible hero loses only a few small battles, but wins all others.
Leader: A true Leader is one who can unite several trusty heroes into a strong team.
Life Mana Collector: You have been able to collect some Life Magic.
Life Mana Guardian: You have a huge amount of Life Magic and your possibilities are endless.
Life Mana User: You have an adequate amount of Life Magic.
Loner: Some heroes do not have much use for trusty sidekicks. They believe in their abilities only.
Mason: A Mason builds only those buildings that will help the war effort.
Master of Destinies: You do not allow Fate to govern the lives of your followers. You rule over them yourself.
Merciless: You give no quarter to your enemies. You are Death incarnate.
Money-Bags: You are called Money-Bags behind your back. But you pay no mind to envious losers.
Pacifist: Learned men call him a Pacifist, but they do not say what the word means. In any case, he rarely draws his sword.
Pauper: An empty purse does not necessarily translate into failure. Sometimes the war may be won by improvised means.
Quack: A Quack can heal various indispositions and light wounds.
Quarry Owner: The amount of stone you have is incredible. Only Quarry Owners have as much of this resource.
Rich Man: Your coffers are filled with gold. A wealthy state is a strong one.
Sage: Sages believe that direct conflict does not always lead to victory.
Solicitous: If your followers fall in battle, you try to get them back from the realm of Mortis.
Stone Merchant: You have collected a considerable amount of stone. It is enough to build any building.
Stonemason: Construction is not your favorite hobby. The amount of stone you have is not enough to build even a small town.
Strategist: You try to only engage in battle on your terms. But you also take a lot of pleasure from crushing your enemies.
Taster: A Taster knows a lot about potions. That is why he uses them in every major battle.
Tomb Raider: Real Tomb Raiders love to explore all kinds of ancient and mystical ruins.
Training Dummy: A general may win the war even if he loses a lot of battles. But his soldiers will call him Training Dummy.
Traveler: The Traveler is a hero who does not look into each nook and cranny, searching for secrets and treasure.
Veteran: A decent Veteran wins as many battles as he loses.
Walker: Walkers go straight to their destination and never turn off the road. They are not interested in exploration.
Wanderer: Real Wanderers explore all the roads and paths they find.
Warrior: The true Warrior destroys his enemies mercilessly and no obstacle can stop him.
Wayfarer: Some heroes like to look for shortcuts and explore secret paths.
Wizard: Wizards know the power of magic well, which is why they use spells quite often.
Wizard Apprentice: Wizard Apprentices rely on the strength of their armies and only rarely use magic.
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