The Sorceress town of Heroes 1. Also known as the Forest town. The a powerful faction but also the fairly expensive to maintain.
Heroes of Might and Magic: A Strategic Quest is a turn-based strategy game developed and published by New World Computing in 1995 for MS-DOS. A spin-off of New World Computing's Might and Magic series of computer role-playing games, the success of Heroes of Might and Magic led to a number of sequels.
In 1996, NWC released an updated version of the game, ported to Windows 95. This new version included a map editor, random map generator, CD audio, and new scenarios. As a bonus, King's Bounty was also included on the CD.
The Sorceress has a very varied fighting force at her disposal. She has 2 creatures of each type and only one creature without and special abilities (but that one is a shooter!). Unlike most other towns, the sorceress is only bogged down by a single slow unit that is very easy to leave behind to garrison towns, Dwarves, who have the single best stats of any level 2 creature and can be considered an even match for pikemen, wolves, gargoyles... well... any melee unit at its price point. The Sorceress hero emphasizes knowledge above all else, so she should have a large repetiore of spells to complement her versatile forces. Her weakest and strongest units are both flyers with significant advantages, capable of knocking out enemy ranged attackers quite effectively. While keeping those distracted, the 2 ranged attackers in the sorceress army should be able to consistantly rain death upon their foes, while the unicorns make a versatile attacker and defender. What a sorceress doesn't have in raw strength is made up for in flexibility when facing off with the Warlock's powerful flying monstrousities.
Queen Lamanda is not the official victor of the campaign, but like the Warlock, she has the advantage of being able to use powerful creatures and spells to dominate the map if she's allowed to build up sufficiently. Just be to to always guard your ranged units!
Credit for the Music goes to Paul Anthony Romero (Composer) and to Rob King (Lead Sound Designer). Thank you for everything!
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