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Led by Mielikki, the Beastmaster, the Clan of the Lynx have an exceptional connection with nature. Proud Hunters, their excellent archery skills and unique luring technique are more than enough to ensure the ongoing prosperity of their people.
The Clan adopted the graceful but threatening lynx’s Brundr & Kaelinn when they were just cubs, raising them to serve as the eyes of the clans esteemed leader and a force to be reckoned with on the battlefield.
- Earn Hunting Trophies on animal kills.
*Fame Bonuses *
Unlock Mythical Lure for Mielikki. She can place a lure in a zone uncontrolled by enemies, which will periodically attract Mythical animals. They come in higher numbers as time passes.
Unlock the Oskoreia ability for Mielikki. She can recall the last and strongest Mythical animals the clan killed. In their spirit form, they come back for a last rampage on earth.
*Mielikki, The Beastmaster*
A fierce huntress in her youth, this proud and capable leader now rules the wildlife of Northgard and sees only through her faithful lynx companions eyes. While her advanced age may limit her effectiveness on the battlefield, she more than makes up for this with her unrivalled command over the wildlife that inhabits these lands who will fight for her and her people without hesitation.
*Brundr and Kaelinn*
Brundr is the youngest and more playful brother, and while he may look like an innocent cat, you should never underestimate his fearsome swipes and prowess in combat.
The experienced elder of the two Lynx, Kaelinn has seen a lot and seeks to protect his younger brother and the people of the clan from the dangers that the land of Northgard presents.
Led by Brok and Eitria, two spirited siblings, the Clan of the Horse are a quiet and sturdy people. They are also recognized by all as the best craftsmen and women of the known world.
The clan starts with specific advantages:
Eitria and Brok are the 2 clan Warchiefs, they can be recruited in the Forge, instead of the usual Military Camps
When reaching fame levels, the Clan of the Horse will gain additionnal tool improvements and the ability to build a second Relic!
The clan also has its own Relic, that will boost the Warchiefs survivability, forge and mining speed!
The regular forge is replaced by Völund's Forge. Upgrading this forge will increase the forging speed by 20%.
Eitria and Brok are the clan of the Horse’s Warchiefs. They can be recruited from Völund's Forge. They are at the center of the Clan mechanics, mainly because they are the only ones able to mine Stone or Iron, and Forge Tools, Weapons and Relics.
To mine a deposit with one of the Warchiefs (or with both), no need to build a mine, just assign them directly to the ore.
The Clan's Lore Tree will allow it to mine and forge more quickly, to gather Lore when mining or to boost it's general production when placing Relics.
Upgrading civilian building will increase its population's happiness and they have access to a third upgrade for their Watch Towers!
The Clan of the Kraken knows first hand how dangerous the sea can be.
They worship the gigantic creature, fearing it's brutal might, honoring it's instinctual knowledge, and using its powers when he deigns bestow them.
The Clan of the Kraken cannot build Longship Docks as it knows how dangerous the seas can be.
They have access to a new exclusive food building: The Fishery, allowing them to send fishermen on coastal zones to produce food.
The Hörgr is the second exclusive building for the Clan of the Kraken. You can assign female villagers to this building, turning them into Norns. You can assign 2 of them to this building (3 if upgraded).
When assigned to the Horgr, Norns will produce a new Kraken exclusive resource: The Wyrd.
During the game, you can spend this Wyrd to use special abilities, insuring your dominance on your territory.
Sváfnir, the Clan of the Snake is the first DLC for Northgard.
The Clan of the Snake, gathers some of the most roguish vikings to set foot on the continent of Northgard. Led by Signy, the Spear Maiden, the cunning members of the clan have little regard for fame or honour and would rather use guerilla tactics to dominate their enemies than open warfare.
The clan’s warchief is available at the beginning of the game and, while her martial skills are slightly better than a Warrior’s at first, she will grow as seasons go by, becoming more powerful and unlocking new abilities in the process. Her most powerful skill, “Scorched Earth”, can only be unlocked once Signy becomes an adult, and will allow her to burn down a tile, providing attack bonuses to her units and buildings.
The Clan’s unique conception of war translates into specific Knowledge such as “Guerilla Tactics”, giving bonus attack power to the Snake’s warriors when killing civilians, or “Stolen Lore”, allowing players to steal Knowledge from another clan.
With this clan:
Nidhogg, the Clan of the Dragon
The most alien of all clans, the Dragons follow ancient customs and embrace freakish traditions. They use sacrifice and slavery to further their goals, often earning the other clan's distrust.
The clan starts with several bonuses:
You start with 2 Thralls. You can buy thralls from your Longship Dock
Slavery, Sacrifices and Dragon Essence gauge
Slavery is an important part of the clan’s economy. Like the regular civilians, thralls can travel in neutral territory and fight.
Thralls do not count towards your population and do not require housing. Their maximum number is based on your current population number.
They consume less food than a Villager, and gather 50% less resources than a civilian.
There are 2 different ways of getting new thralls:
Thralls are a powerful economic and military asset but beware of their number! If by any chance your regular population falls under your Thrall population, they will rise against you!
The Sacrifices & the Dragon Essence Gauge
The Clan of the Dragon starts each game with an already built exclusive building: the Sacrificial Pyre. Through this building, you’ll be able to send every unit you have to be sacrificed to honor the gods and gain their favors.
Sacrificing a unit will earn you Dragon Essence that can be used to unlock various bonuses:
Dragonkin and their Altar
The Clan of the Dragon does not have access to the regular Military Building. The only military camp you’ll be able to build is the Dragonkin Altar. Each Altar increases your warband size by 1 (2 if upgraded).
Giving a Villager his Dragonkin form is a non-reversible process and will consume 50 Krowns (+10 per new Dragonkin) and 1 Dragon Essence.
Dragonkins are ferocious military units, far more powerful than warriors.
The Dragon's Lore Tree
The Clan of the Dragon has 5 new Lore:
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