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You are a senior military officer of Cinethra, an impoverished kingdom being attacked by a much larger and richer neighbor. You must decide how far you are willing to go to save your kingdom, or whether to save it at all.
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Having played the game it gives the opportunity to start over and change the options selected. Some of the options appear to be moral choices versus a military choice with less morals. Some are good options.
It has a dark overall aspect but that can be because of the war nature of the game.
A very good strategy game for making decisions and seeing the results.
An interesting game examining many moral dilemmas in a corrupt war torn world. Sometimes it is tough navigating in a world that cares nothing for people making it a dark, but entertaining game.
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