An episodic post-apocalyptic fantasy RPG set in a world on the brink of annihilation with non-linear gameplay and far reaching choices. Will you be able to save your people, or will your legacy be a dark age from which the world can never recover?
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Positive (12) - 83% of the 12 user reviews for this game are positive.
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Jul 24, 2015
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Includes 3 items: Heroes of Legionwood, Heroes of Legionwood - Episode 2, Heroes of Legionwood - Episode 3

 

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September 2

Spring Cleaning Update now live!

Greetings adventurers.

It's finally Spring here in the land down under, so that means it's time for a little Spring cleaning. As such, we're releasing an update containing a few Quality of Life enhancements and fixes to issues reported by the community.

This update makes the following changes to all 3 episodes:
  • A bug preventing the Brawler from learning some of its Techs has been fixed.
  • The Codex will no longer break upon reading the Technopolis geography entry.
  • The Shaman class can now learn Sharpen and Guardsman, to increase its utility as a physical attacker.
  • Quest journal data should now properly transfer between episodes.
  • Several pieces of equipment granting incorrect bonuses have been fixed.
  • Shock Bomb now correctly deals Thunder damage.

The following changes have been made to Episode 1:
  • Some early game treasures have been tweaked to reflect later additions.
  • There are now only 5 Old Charts, as there should be.
  • Vane will no longer have the Regain SP tech twice.
  • Astrid, Jeska and Vane will now be at the player character's level when first joining the party.
  • The Trial of Cunning and Trial of Agility in the Weave are no longer timed. This should make them more manageable, and will prevent a certain game breaking crash.
  • Triggering NPC influence cutscenes while on the world map will no longer make the player's sprite tiny.

The following changes have been made to Episode 2:
  • The Quest Journal now activates immediately after the opening cutscene, instead of after your briefing with Miras.
  • Both Shamans and Clerics have the option to calm the spirit of the drowned girl in the sewers.
  • Miras no longer refers to a "Crystal Orb" when telling you to get the Rosetta Stone for him.
  • Faction specific dialogue in the Technopolis has been fixed.
  • Triggering NPC influence cutscenes while on the world map will no longer make the player's sprite tiny.

The following changes have been made to Episode 3:
  • Most bugs affecting save import have been fixed.
  • Sequence breaking in the Militia Camp is no longer possible.
  • You can now attempt a (very difficult) Speech check before the final boss which will make the battle easier.
  • The final boss is now significantly stronger and each transformation gets increasingly more aggressive.
  • The "Replace" ending is now locked by default, and in order to unlock it you must find 12 Lore items across all 3 episodes. The Leave and Renew endings are still available as per normal and do not have prerequisites.
  • The ending will now display the correct epilogue slides regarding Lord Morrow's fate.
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August 28

Heroes of Legionwood Episode 3: End of Days release!

Hello heroes,

The end of the Heroes of Legionwood saga is finally here. As of 5:00PM PST, August 28, Episode 3: End of Days will be available for purchase on Steam, with DRM-free versions to follow "soon".

Just like previous installments, Episode 3 retails for $6.99 USD, but you'll be able to grab it at 40% off for the first week after launch. At some point in the future we'll also be launching the "Complete Edition" bundle containing all three episodes of the game at a slight discount. As per usual, Episode 3 is designed to be played with a save file imported from the end of Episode 2, but you can also play it as a standalone adventure with a new level 20 character.

Please check out the Episode 3 FAQ/Troubleshooting thread if you'd like to see specific information before beginning your adventure, but as long as you own Episode 1 on Steam you should be able to install and play the new installment without any trouble.

On behalf of everyone who worked on this game, both at Dark Gaia Studios and Degica, I'd like to say thank you to everyone who stuck with us from the very beginning. It's been a three year journey, but we're finally at the end of the road, so make your choices count!

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Reviews

“Introduces great dialog features and some rather robust character customizations.”
8/10 – Chalgyr's Game Room

“For fans of traditional RPGs with a twist.”
71% – RPGFan

About This Game

Heroes of Legionwood is a post-apocalyptic fantasy RPG in set in a realm on the brink of annihilation. Combining elements of modern western RPGs with the style and presentation of a classic JRPG, this is a journey no self respecting role player should miss!

Enter a post-apocalyptic fantasy world.

It has been 100 years since the world ended. Human civilization has been devastated by a malevolent force known only as the Darkness and only the last remnants of humanity remain. Playing the role of Locke, a young adventurer determined to save his people, you'll discover a world where your choices have consequences and every victory comes with a price. Can you discover the origin of the Darkness and stop it once and for all, or will you succumb to its influence, dooming Legionwood to destruction?


Heroes of Legionwood consists of three separate arcs: Age of Darkness, Resurrection and End of Days. Either installment can be played on its own, but all three of them will combine to form one epic adventure.

Features:

  • Play as a male or female protagonist, with unique romance options.
  • No cliffhangers! Each episode tells a complete story arc.
  • Deep character customization with dozens of skills and talents to master.
  • Strategic turn based combat with three different difficulty levels.
  • Dynamic and expressive companions who react to your decisions.
  • Skill checks, dice rolls and dialogue options - tabletop style!
  • Branching choices with far reaching consequences and multiple endings.

System Requirements

    Minimum:
    • OS: Microsoft Windows XP or better (32 bit or 64 bit)
    • Processor: Intel® Pentium® 4 2.0 GHz equivalent or faster processor
    • Memory: 512 MB RAM
    • Graphics: Intel GMA series or better
    • DirectX: Version 9.0
    • Storage: 400 MB available space
    • Sound Card: DirectSound-compatible sound card
    Recommended:
    • OS: Microsoft Windows 7 or better (32 bit or 64 bit)
    • Processor: Intel® Corei3 2.3 GHz equivalent or faster processor
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Intel HD Graphics series or better
    • DirectX: Version 9.0
    • Storage: 400 MB available space

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