Elemental: Fallen Enchantress View the Trailer In Fallen Enchantress you start the game as a powerful channeler, one of the few who are able to use magic. Your first steps are to found a city, recruit champions and begin expanding your empire in a randomly generated fantasy world infested with monsters, bandits and quests. Monster lairs will grow over time, becoming more dangerous if they aren't dealt with. Ritualists will gather more spell casters and demons to their service, and send them out to attack your cities. These battles are fought in tactical combat, where every unit's strengths and weaknesses matter. After your foothold is secure, you will find larger threats in the world. There are other kingdoms you can trade or go to war with. Wild land areas like the Burning Lands, the Pits of Namtur or the Ruins of the Imperium have unique monsters, challenges and ways to conquer them. There are quests that will test even the strongest armies and elemental lords that even tower over the dragons. You can design your own units, choosing exactly what weapons, armor and traits you want your armies to have. Select traits for your champions when they level-up, increasing their skill, or giving them access to special attacks or spells. Choose to develop your champion as an Assassin that is quick to strike with high damage attacks, a Defender that can withstand damage and protect your army, a Mage who specializes in any of the 6 types of magic, or other paths. You can outfit your champions with equipment you create in your cities or magical items you find in the world. Each of the 8 factions is distinct. The Magnar are cruel taskmasters who build their empire on the backs of those they capture. Train an army of slaves that you can sacrifice to fuel your spells or to soften up enemies before your valuable Quendar troops join the battle. Unlike the other factions they are unable to build improvements that improve their cities growth like Inns and Festivals. Instead every man or Fallen unit they defeat in battle is added as population to their cities. Fallen Enchantress is currently available for preorder and doing so will get you immediate access to the beta. Fallen Enchantress Website Tactical Combat Dev Journal The World Dev Journal Magic Dev Journal Preorder Now ps. Thanks to Thunderfall and Ainwood for allowing me to post this and everyone at CivFanatics who checks it out. I know this is a marketing-ish post but its my next big project since doing Fall from Heaven so I'm very excited about it.