The underground can be an empty and lonesome place for dwarves. In times past it was common for Dwarven clans to have pets and companions to make the settlements more lively and festive.Read full description
The underground can be an empty and lonesome place for dwarves. In times past it was common for Dwarven clans to have pets and companions to make the settlements more lively and festive. The pets would keep the Dwarves company and even defend them in times of need.
It became more uncommon with pets after the great magic war, but finally a lucky break came. The Dwarves discovered a forgotten dragon lair with preserved dragon eggs, they befriended a pack of wolves, adopted a clan of furry cats and discovered a group of exotic giant snails from the jungle of Votland.
Now the Dwarves can look after a whole collection of furry and slimy companions. Make sure they have food to eat, beds to sleep in and toys to play with and your pets will be the best company a Dwarf could ask for.
Pets is a content pack that contains the following items for use in the campaign and custom games:
Five new companion pets: Drakeling, Wolf, Cat, Giant Snail and the Pet Rock.
Eight new toys for your pets: Jumping Ring, Balancing Ball, Princess Doll, Chemistry Set, Racing Car, Hamster Wheel, Yarn Ball and Toy Bone.
Three different beds
One new food table
Two sets of matching fences & gates
A Game of Dwarves is required to play this DLC.
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The already amazing Game of Dwarves gets an entire host of pets to look after. Joy. The pets definitely bring a unique element to the game. Watching your slugs gloop or your canines run around is interesting, and adds a little more chaotic-mess to the world of the dwarves. With the pack comes a host of new objects to care for your pets including beds and toys, the essentials for having an animal in the house. The pets can be brought into any level, to jazz up the space. The pets can even be put to use in combating the various enemies that invade the lair, proving to be more useful than one would think. The graphics are standard, following the looks of the series from the pets to the objects. The sounds fit the needs of the pack. In short, it is a version of the Sims Pets for A Game of Dwarves. If you enjoy pets, this is the pack for you.
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