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  1. #1
    darkstar
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    [birthright] monsters on the ba

    rad smith wrote:
    >
    > how would you quantify the use of monsters on the battlefield?
    >
    > i can imagine a summoned fire elemental certainly giving a unit of
    > infantry a headache...
    >
    > how about a realm version of 'summon elemental'? a unit of
    > them invading a nearby country could really ruin someone's day.

    Someone has already created a realm spell that will do just that. It is
    avalible from my page (address in sig)

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    Ian Hoskins

    e-Mail: hoss@box.net.au
    Homepage: http://darkstar.cyberserv.com
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    Mauricio Mu├▒oz Lorenzo
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    [birthright] monsters on the ba

    You can find that kind of Priest Realm Spell in Darkstar┬┤s Domain , and it┬┤s
    also possible to summon a unit of Trolls or something else .
    If you can summon a Stonecrowns Ogres Unit why won┬┤t you be able to summon a
    much more powerful unit?

    rad smith escribi├│:

    > how would you quantify the use of monsters on the battlefield?
    >
    > i can imagine a summoned fire elemental certainly giving a unit of
    > infantry a headache...
    >
    > how about a realm version of 'summon elemental'? a unit of
    > them invading a nearby country could really ruin someone's day.
    >
    > --
    > rad
    >
    > don't you wave those bloody spears at me.
    >
    > ************************************************** *************************
    > >

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