Fantasy General II: Evolution Lizardfolk Units Showcase

Fantasy General II

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Slitherine have released a new trailer for Evolution, the next DLC pack for Owned by Gravity’s turn-based strategy game, Fantasy General II.

Evolution features a new campaign that focuses on Szzlag and his tribe of lizardfolk in the Broken Isle archipelago. The DLC adds new units for the lizardfolk and the hostile creatures that lurk the archipelago’s coastal waters, as well as two playable heroes; the aforementioned Szzlag the Devourer, and Falirson the Hunter.

You can find the trailer discussing some of Evolution‘s new units and mechanics below.

The Evolution DLC launches on February 25th.

You can find the rundown of the DLC (via Steam) below:

Encounter, Eat, Evolve
It is a hard world for the Lizardfolk and the young newt Szzlag and his siblings, who have been expelled from their home to carve out a new place of their own in the land. Follow the evolution of Szzlag the Devourer from newt to mighty lizardfolk hero and become the master of the Broken Isles, facing unprecedented dangers from a race of foreign invaders, never before seen by your kind.

Fight through highly variable and interlocking missions that allow you to choose your own path to fame and food. Eat or be eaten and as you lead your tribe to victory or end up as someone else’s meal.


  • New highly flexible story campaign with over 20 mission in total
  • 5 New Onslaught Missions for the Amulet of Power Campaign and 2 new heroes unlocked: Szzlag and Falirson the Hunter
  • New map terrain and world map: The Archipelago
  • Over 20 new items
  • New playable hero: Szzlag
  • New Resource: Evolution points help you grow and change your hero or your army
  • New enemies: Several types of giant crabs, sharks and a variety of warships
  • Falirson the Hunter unlocks as alternate choice for Invasion campaign

Fantasy General II is available on Windows PC (via GamersGate, GOG, and Steam).

Image: Steam

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