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Fallen Enchantress: Legendary Heroes New DLC – Loot Pack

By on September 5th, 2013 9:45 am

Fallen Enchantress: Legendary Heroes - Loot Pack DLC

Stardock released a new DLC for their turn-based fantasy 4X strategy game Fallen Enchantress: Legendary Heroes. It’s called Loot Pack, and comes with new items: weapons, armor, rings and consumables. Find the details in this official forum thread. The price is $4,99/€4,99.

“Explore abandoned graveyards and you may find a Cursed Bell which can be rung at desperate moments in battle. Treasure chests may contain a Staff of the Serpent or a piece of Blood God armor. Even comfy Bunny Slippers may aid in your ability to dodge incoming attacks!  Design your custom sovereign with a Revenging Ring and other new items.” -Stardock

Stardock released the standalone expansion pack Legendary Heroes for Fallen Enchantress back in May of this year. Here’s our review in case you missed it and are interested in knowing more about this fantasy 4X game for the PC. It’s an editor’s game choice, by the way.

Besides this new Loot Pack DLC, Stardock released two other DLCs for Legendary Heroes since its release: Map Pack and Quest Pack. The former brings five new maps (including the largest map designed for the game) while the latter brings new improvements, weapons, armor, items, monsters and events, says Stardock. The price for each of these DLCs is also $4,99/€4,99.

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  1. DevildogFF says:

    I’m a big fan of Legendary Heroes and I’ve purchased the first two DLC’s, but I won’t buy this one. First, I’d expect a few more items for my $5, but more importantly, the bunny slippers and giant lollipop are stupid and immersion breaking.

    WTF? Slippers? Really? Not in my Elemental…

    • Adam Solo says:

      I was shocked to see the slippers myself, but … I thought that was a running joke or private thing among hardcore gamers. Guess not. What were they thinking?

    • Mark says:

      I thought they were hilarious …… but yeah, immersion …..

    • BTJ says:

      Guys, I think you should relax. There are easter eggs in a lot of games. If you find the slippers in one of a thousand occasions, what’s the problem? If they show up every game, though…

      Anyway, just wanted to say I bought this. But not because I think this is really worth 5€… I like to support the devs in polishing this game further. I think it is already great. But with patches 1.4 and 1.5 announced, it could become really shiny.

  2. Keith Turner says:

    I loved the Legendary Heroes experience. What I’m not huge on is little DLC packs like this. I prefer full on expansions that include new content like this as well as new mechanics and gameplay elements.

    • Towerbooks3192 says:

      I think they may be following the paradox way of DLCs but yeah I would love to see more Expansions like Gods and Kings or BNW for Civ V

  3. fred says:

    i could not care less. i hate it when games come out that shortly after the first extension comes. and you have to pay for.
    of course everybody hates to have an “unfinished game”, at least there is an addon so it bothers and tickels.. after that thre comes another and another… you can not buy all that together and meanwhile play that game and lean back. nooo, you have to play fast to use everything!
    i mean, that is human thinking and i hate myself for doing it like that.
    SO, my solution (an it works) is, i do not buy the games..
    after years, maybe i buy it. and shortly afterwards comes the part two out.. and then sometimes we make the wrong turn: buy the unfinished part two because we think nbow they are smarter and include everything in th ebeginning.. but then it happens again:
    a new addon with some shiny new tools.. and the gatherer and hunter in us tell us “get it, get it”

  4. Jay G says:

    What a silly xpac. They need to be working on additional content that they can add as a full-blown expansion rather than these tiny updates for $5. I bought the “quest” pack and was wholly unimpressed by what came with it. $5 is nothing, but I still want value for my money. I like Stardock, but they need to stop the nickel and diming as a way to try to make up for the botched original Elemental release.

  5. Jeff P says:

    Someone at Stardock has been playing WoW too long. Seasonal quests and odd ball joke rewards have been a feature of World of Warcraft for years. That stuff was fun for about 5 minutes, but unlike the Fallen Enchantress DLC, it was free.

  6. Thiosk says:

    I have little opinion about these things.

    Stardock took good care of early elemental adopters, so I don’t understand crying foul beyond deeply ingrained philosophical abhorrance of DLC. If people want a 5 dollar meaningless addition to the game, they are welcome to enjoy it.

  7. Robert says:

    I bought the original Fallen Enchantress, then saw it abandoned when the expansion came out. I think its kinda lame I then had to upgrade to get the promised bug fixes, so I just gave up on the franchise.

    Maybe when they release it all as a bundle I’ll pick it up.

    Great game however!

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