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Warhammer 40,000: Gladius - Drukhari DLC Steam CD Key

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Requires the base game Warhammer 40,000: Gladius - Relics of War on Android in order to play.
Release date: 30/11/2023

The Drukhari are an ancient race that fell into degeneracy and depravity, with their remnants only surviving in immense Webway cities. Though they have suppressed the psychic power of their Aeldari kin, they have replaced it with preternatural agility and rapacious cruelty. Their lighting raids from the Webway carry off wealth and captives to dark Commorragh where they suffer intensely throughout their short lives…

Gameplay Mechanics

  • Power from Pain: As pain spreads across the battlefield, Drukhari are invigorated, thriving from the suffering. Their units gain additional bonuses depending on their experience level.
  • Corsair Outposts: The Drukhari rarely venture outside the webway, save to loot realspace resources. Their cities have a reduced growth rate, but it can be improved by controlling more outposts.
  • Raid from the Webway: The Drukhari strike swiftly from the webway, before vanishing with their plunder. Pay influence to create temporary portals and activate webway gates to move your raiding party across the map.
  • Raider Fortress: The Aeldari and Drukhari are forever battling over their access to the webway. Found cities on activated webway gates from which you can unleash your forces on Gladius Prime.
  • Soul Hunger: The souls harvested by the Drukhari are an invaluable resource used for their malevolent schemes. Destroying an enemy unit rewards you with influence that can be traded for economic boosts and combat effects.
  • Combat Drugs: The Drukhari’s foul Haemonculi render down some captives into powerful stimulants. Infantry units can pay with influence and hitpoints for temporary buffs that allow them to outperform their opponents.
  • Betrayal Culture: Drukhari are a vicious race, and only a huge display of riches will convince them to serve—as long as it also serves their interests. Drukhari cities have lower loyalty but gathering influence grants more loyalty.
  • Blade Artists: Blades have an omnipresent place in Drukhari culture, and each commorrite learns this from a young age. Drukhari units get bonus armour penetration in melee.
  • Raiders tactics: When attacking a new prey world, the Drukhari attack en masse from their specially designed vehicles to land troops as close as possible to the fighting. Drukhari transports are all assault transports and Drukhari infantry units can gain combat bonuses when disembarking.
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Taelas
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Pretty cool game. The gameplays between the different possible factions have small differences, without changing at all at all. We regret the price of additional factions in DLC. With some factions the difficulty can quickly increase (depending on the aggressiveness of the AI).
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olllooin
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warhammer world.. no more to say
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Luca
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A worthy alternative to the dead Dawn of War franchise. You need to get used to the Civilization-inspired turn-based gameplay and empire management mechanics (if you're new to it), but like Sanctus Reach (and perhaps even more so), it captures the franchise's spirit well and it's satisfying to play once you get the hang of it.
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