Resources

All factions use at least one and most use several resources to train units, construct buildings, cast spells, and invest in improvements.

Resources

Resource Description
Blood Flowing in the veins of most living creatures, and collected by the most brutal to be used to fashion gruesome improvements and warriors.
Body A body of adequate size taken by the Empire and placed in the Crypt.
Brimmer A thick liquid extracted from ore.
Champions The living, legendary souls of Norse warriors fallen in glory.
Cosmic Alignments Starcharts used by Dimensionalist Archmages to plot paths across the cosmos.
Elk Majestic wanderers of the forest, Druva's personal guards and messengers.
Food While mostly functioning as a sustenance, some use food for especially exhausting training or even as organic building blocks.
Gems Precious stones of great value. Some have magical properties.
Gold Whether raw, in ingots, or in coins, gold is the foundation of most dominions' economies.
Horse A fourlegged animal equally strong and loyal.
Kelp A superior form of rugged seaweed, used by Glimjir to build and popular in broth with some land dwellers.
Lumber Some obtain it by cutting down trees, whereas gentler creatures collect fallen branches or trees and bushes that have expired.
Mana Cosmic energy used to weave spells and — by some — conjure magical warriors.
Marshling A semiconscious entity born out of the strangest swamps.
Miasma A foetid vapour emanating from Afflicted mass graves.
Mud It's mud.
Ore An encompassing term for various stones and metals.
Pearls Gems of the sea, pearls are collected by dwellers of the depths.
Prisoner Captured in war and kept alive only to serve.
Sapling The beginnings of trees, imbued with magic life of Sylvans.
Souls Each living being has one. Azk'Hurum collects as many as he can.
Strength The Monster gains strength from fighting.
Swamp Gas A pungent, greenish gas floating above certain swamps.
Thunderstone An extremely rare form of gem, about the size of a closed Dwargen fist, with a purple glimmer and slowly pulsating patterns that fade into black in the middle.
Yak Slower than horses but much stronger.