Siege Combat Screen

The enemy units in this combat are significantly stronger, but should be no problem for you. Since the enemy is inside their castle, you will need to knock down the walls with your catapult, shoot over the walls with your archers or ballista, or fly over the walls with your archangels or griffins. Once your catapult breaches a wall, or when an enemy unit comes out of the castle gate, your footsoldiers can get involved in combat.

Your hero can cast a spell once each round, until he has spent all of his spell points. To cast a spell, click the Cast Spell button at the bottom of the screen. The Spell Book will open, allowing you to choose a spell, then choose a target. Some spells are beneficial and may be cast on your own units, others are harmful and should be cast on the enemy. Right click on any spell to view its description.

Fight the combat. Should you lose, simply load your Autosave, end your turn, and try again.

Wow, that was some combat, and Lord Haart may have gained enough experience for two levels. Choose what you want, then march into your newly acquired town.

Heroes Might And Magic Building

This is the Inferno Town Screen. Despite its different appearance, building and recruiting is handled exactly the same. Click on the Town Hall (on the hill on the left side of the screen), and build the Birthing Pools. The Birthing Pools are one of many Horde Structures that can be built in Heroes III. Each town type has one or two horde structures, which when built, increase the weekly production of the creature generator they are built for. Similar to the horde structures are Resource Silos. Resource Silos are added to an existing marketplace, and produce additional resources for your kingdom the same way a mine does.

Switch to your Castle town by clicking on the town portrait button on the bottom-right of the screen. This works in the same fashion as the town portrait buttons on the adventure screen.

Click on the Town Hall and buy a City Hall. Notice how the Town Hall Building has now been upgraded to the City Hall. In Heroes II you needed to build a Castle to increase your town's income, but in Heroes III, town income is dependant upon its Hall. Upgrading the Town Hall to a City Hall doubles your town's income. Later you can build the City Hall into a Capitol, which will double your town's income again.

Exit the town screen and end your turn.

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  • kiros amanuel
    Does heroes of might and magic 3 come with a totorial?
    7 years ago

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