The Lost Heir Trilogy

Better yet, when you have 97% archery and 96% nature at around the start of chapter 3.

When you can’t d o shut because you focused too much into archery at the beginning

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Stat distribution kills. On the other hand, you’ll definitely be able to hit whatever it is you’re aiming at. :stuck_out_tongue_closed_eyes:

By the way, if you find you have multiple things to say in a row, maybe edit your post rather than create new ones? It stems notifications and keeps the post count lower.

What are the stats to get Elemental Archer?

80 Archery, 30 Magic, 85 Cumari Relationship iirc.

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As you know, I’ve just fixed all the known errors from the entire trilogy. (If you know of any bugs that aren’t on those lists, let me know!)

The Map Making Challenge is here now: The Great Daria Map Making Contest: Win Money and a Name!


I was also an archer but later in the 2nd game I focused more on magic cause archery alone isn’t really enough, and got it to around 60%. Later in the 3rd game I maxed magic and was more of a mage-archer hybrid (with very high charm, agility and perception too) rather than a pure archer.


So, about that Legacy Update … :slight_smile:

Remember that old conversation about an IAP to give you a head start? I didn’t want to do it on first release, or it would seem like I handicapped the game, which I obviously didn’t. But now that the end of the Lost Heir is over a year old, I think something interesting could be done.

Regardless of the results of the contest, the Last Wizard will be released this summer (hopefully as a winner!) So that’s another reason why the timing for this is good.

I’ve been working on the Legacy Advantage since finishing the bugfixes. This is more than just a stat bump (although several bumps will come with it.) This is an entire side story which will wind through all 3 games.

Very exciting! :slight_smile:


Don’t suppose we could press you for more details?


Hmmm, I want to share it all because I love how it’s turning out, but I also don’t want to spoil any surprises.

Oh well, I guess I have to say something. :slight_smile: There is a certain powerful wizard from Elmvale who has been serving the royal line for a very long time. They will be making an appearance to give you some help, but with their presence comes a new enemy. :wink:


New enemy? I have to replay my old games and possibly revise my guides for a DLC side story? No!!!

Just kidding- I’m really looking forward to it. Last Wizard too, as a beta tester I’m quite interested in how the final product turned out.


@Lucid the new mission, just for part 1 or a multipart quest? Fine either way, love this world.


It starts in LH1, but a character who starts it will continue it through LH2 and LH3.


So if it’s not just gonna be a bunch of stat buffs what kind of bonuses will the quest give?
More relics?
More chances to class up?
More units for the war sequences?
Chances to change the main story?
Not fishing for specifics this time, just a quick yae/nae.


Would we be playing a seperate charecter within the same story or the same one?

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maybe you can add a bit more of dialogue for Ros in Lh 2 and 3, that will make it even more worth, id really love some new scenes with the ros :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:


Actually, the Legacy Advantage can only be applied to brand new characters. So, you’ll get to (have to) experience the story from the beginning once again. :slight_smile:

It’s still the same game and the same story. You will still be the lost heir and all of the same events will still occur. But this time, you will have an ally from the past.

  • One new relic.
  • No extra classes or level up, but some bumps to the stats, including Willpower. Some general all skill
  • Yes, one army bump of your choice: size, power, morale, reduced delays, food
  • Change to the main story? That’s a matter of interpretation, perhaps. In some ways, no, since the IAP is optional. But in other ways, yes, since a few new things happen.

This comment makes me nervous and excited at the same time. :slight_smile: The IAP will be an optional add-on, so it won’t be required in order to experience the entire story. But at the same time, I would like it to be more than just a stat bump, which is why I wrote a cool story around it too.

With that said, I think a brief extra scene with our RO (or a good friend, if you aren’t romantically inclined) would be very nice. :slight_smile:


What would you say you’re most excited for in the Legacy DLC?


I’m not sure if you’re asking me or others. :slight_smile: The stat bumps are nice and will be greatly appreciated, since people will enjoy being a little extra powerful and seeing those scenes which are harder to reach. But for me, I like the new storyline that I get to write. :slight_smile: Seeing the famous Elmvale Wizard showing up throughout the story is very exciting, especially when it’s revealed how they got there. :slight_smile:


I’m excited for the new storyline too. Stat upgrades are ok, but the beauty of these games is in the writing. You can get success with many of the multiple stats. Now I just am left to wonder which of the famous Wizards it’s going to be. The archmage? The archdruid? The angel lich? I’ve played Life of a Wizard as all these and more!