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Lords of EverQuest is a real-time strategy game with role-playing elements. The game is set in the EverQuest universe and takes place ten thousand years before the events of the original EverQuest. Players can choose to control any of the three alliances, each composed of different races: Shadowrealm (dark elves, ogres, and the iksar); Dawn Brotherhood (humans, barbarians, and dwarves); and the Eldaar Alliance (high elves, wood elves, halflings and froglocks). The single-player mode offers three campaigns, one per alliance. Each alliance has its own motivations for war, and the three stories are intertwined.

Each alliance has five "lords" (equivalent to "heroes" in other strategy games), making a total of fifteen lords with different abilities. The player chooses one of these lords to help his units in battles. The lords greatly enhance the performance of friendly units and can also sabotage the enemy. The units consist of race-specific soldiers and can be selected before each mission; a certain number of them can be transferred to the next one. Both lords and units level up, learn new abilities and become stronger, in a RPG-like fashion.

Resource management plays a lesser role in the game than in most other games of its type. Only one type of resource (platinum) is available for mining.


Lords of EverQuest Windows At the start of a mission the player assigns points to upgrade their troops
Lords of EverQuest Windows The game uses clockwork spiders to mine precious metals. <br><br>From the tutorial
Lords of EverQuest Windows The game's tutorial gives the player control of Lord Skaas
Lords of EverQuest Windows In the tutorial Lord Skaas and his buddies defeat a group of skeletons and he acquires a new spell. This is the screen where the player gets to try the spell for the first time

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Lords of EverQuest Wallpaper
Lords of EverQuest Wallpaper
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Alternate Titles

  • "王者:无尽的任务战略版" -- Chinese spelling (simplified)

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Critic Reviews Mar 08, 2004 66 out of 100 66 Dec 12, 2003 13 out of 20 65
Gameplay (Benelux) Jan, 2004 63 out of 100 63
Joystick (French) Jan, 2004 6 out of 10 60
Game Watcher Jan 07, 2004 6 out of 10 60
Computer Gaming World (CGW) Mar, 2004 3 Stars3 Stars3 Stars3 Stars3 Stars 60
Withingames Feb 27, 2004 2 out of 5 40
GameSpy Dec 06, 2003 2 Stars2 Stars2 Stars2 Stars2 Stars 40
Super Play (Sweden) Jan, 2004 3 out of 10 30
CanardPC Dec 17, 2003 3 out of 10 30


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Pre-Order CD

The game demo contained a pre-order offer that included a pre-sale CD with three additional playable Lords (army generals), three new single player maps, a game trailer, wallpapers and other items. The order had to be placed at a now defunct game site.
The Ring Hawk (841) added Lords of EverQuest (Windows) on Jul 24, 2004