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Warcraft II: Tides of Darkness – Human Campaign – Betrayal and the Destruction of Alterac

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Act 3: The Northlands

Lord Lothar sends word that the Alliance has been betrayed. Lord Perenolde – sovereign ruler of Alterac – has been working with the Horde since the beginning of the war. It was Perenolde who provided the Orcs with the routes of the Elven strikeforce passing through Tarren Mill.

The rebellion at Tyr’s Hand was also started by Alterac spies in hopes of concealing the Orcish mining facility located there. The High Command has decreed that the nation of Alterac has committed treason against the Alliance and their union with the Orcish Hordes must be broken.

You must free those unjustly held by Perenolde and enlist their aid in launching an attack against Alterac’s capital.

warcraft-ii-the-betrayal-and-destruction-of-alterac-mapMission:

  • Free the Mages and Peasants
  • Destroy Alterac

FACTIONS:
Nation of Lordaeron

ENEMIES:
Stormreaver Clan
Nation of Alterac


Act 1: Seas of Blood Act 2. Khaz’ Modan Act 3: Quel’Thalas Act 4: Tides of Darkness
Zul’dare Tol Barad The Runestone at Caer Darrow The Tomb of Sargeras
Raid at Hillsbrad The Badlands The Razing of Tyr’s Hand The Siege of Dalaran
Southshore The Fall of Stromgarde The Destruction of Stratholme The Fall of Lordaeron
Assault on Hillsbrad The Dead Rise as Quel’Thalas Falls Finale Cinematic Screenshots

ALLIANCE CAMPAIGN

Act 1: Shores of Lordaeron Act 2. Khaz’ Modan Act 3: The Northlands Act 4: Return to Azeroth
Hillsbrad Tol Barad Tyr’s Hand The Battle of Crestfall
Ambush at Tarren Mill Dun Algaz The Battle at Darrowmere Assault to Blackrock Spire
Southshore Grim Batol The Prisoners The Great Portal
Attack on Zul’dare Betrayal and the Destruction of Alterac Finale Cinematic Screenshots

Warcraft II: Tides of Darkness – Human Campaign – The Battle at Crestfall

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Act 4: Return to Azeroth

With the destruction of Alterac, the Orcish armies in the north have staged a massive retreat. Admiral Proudmoore sends word that Gnomish Submarines have located the Horde’s main naval base near Crestfall.

Admiral Proudmoore believes that the Orcs plan to launch the remainder of their armada and retreat to the mainland of Azeroth. Lord Lothar has ordered that you destroy the base at Crestfall before the fleet can escape.

warcraft-ii-the-battle-of-crestfall-mapMission:

  • Destroy Orc Transports
  • Destroy all Oil Derricks
  • Destroy all Shipyards

FACTIONS:
Nation of Azeroth

ENEMIES:
Blackrock Clan


Act 1: Seas of Blood Act 2. Khaz’ Modan Act 3: Quel’Thalas Act 4: Tides of Darkness
Zul’dare Tol Barad The Runestone at Caer Darrow The Tomb of Sargeras
Raid at Hillsbrad The Badlands The Razing of Tyr’s Hand The Siege of Dalaran
Southshore The Fall of Stromgarde The Destruction of Stratholme The Fall of Lordaeron
Assault on Hillsbrad The Dead Rise as Quel’Thalas Falls Finale Cinematic Screenshots

ALLIANCE CAMPAIGN

Act 1: Shores of Lordaeron Act 2. Khaz’ Modan Act 3: The Northlands Act 4: Return to Azeroth
Hillsbrad Tol Barad Tyr’s Hand The Battle of Crestfall
Ambush at Tarren Mill Dun Algaz The Battle at Darrowmere Assault to Blackrock Spire
Southshore Grim Batol The Prisoners The Great Portal
Attack on Zul’dare Betrayal and the Destruction of Alterac Finale Cinematic Screenshots

Warcraft II: Tides of Darkness – Human Campaign – Assault on Blackrock Spire

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Act 4: Return to Azeroth

The remnants of the routed Orcish fleet have managed to reach the northern shores of Azeroth. Admiral Proudmoore believes that the Horde will attempt to reinforce their main Fortress at Blackrock Spire.

Leading a large strikeforce of Lordaeron troops, Lord Lothar was sent to attempt a parlay with the Orcish Chieftain Orgrim Doomhammer. No reports have been heard in days … Assuming the worst, Admiral Proudmoore and King Terenas agree that it falls upon you to stage a final siege upon Blackrock Spire.

The feral Dwarves of the Northern wildlands have offered the service of their Gryphon Riders to assist in the decimation of the foul Orcs that have desecrated their homeland and slain the leader of the Alliance forces.

warcraft-ii-assault-on-blackrock-spire-mapMission:

  • Destroy Blackrock Spire
  • Eradicate any and all enemy forces

FACTIONS:
Nation of Azeroth
Nation of Dalaran

ENEMIES:
Blackrock Clan
Burning Blade Clan


Act 1: Seas of Blood Act 2. Khaz’ Modan Act 3: Quel’Thalas Act 4: Tides of Darkness
Zul’dare Tol Barad The Runestone at Caer Darrow The Tomb of Sargeras
Raid at Hillsbrad The Badlands The Razing of Tyr’s Hand The Siege of Dalaran
Southshore The Fall of Stromgarde The Destruction of Stratholme The Fall of Lordaeron
Assault on Hillsbrad The Dead Rise as Quel’Thalas Falls Finale Cinematic Screenshots

ALLIANCE CAMPAIGN

Act 1: Shores of Lordaeron Act 2. Khaz’ Modan Act 3: The Northlands Act 4: Return to Azeroth
Hillsbrad Tol Barad Tyr’s Hand The Battle of Crestfall
Ambush at Tarren Mill Dun Algaz The Battle at Darrowmere Assault to Blackrock Spire
Southshore Grim Batol The Prisoners The Great Portal
Attack on Zul’dare Betrayal and the Destruction of Alterac Finale Cinematic Screenshots

Warcraft II: Tides of Darkness – Human Campaign – The Great Portal

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Act 4: Return to Azeroth

warcraft-ii-the-great-portal-mapThe Orcs have been driven from the Northlands as the hulking remains of Blackrock Spire lay silent amongst the freed lands of Azeroth.

The battered remains of the once mighty Horde have rallied to protect their last bastion of hope … the Great Portal.

With Lord Lothar dead, you have been given the duty of leading the forces of Lordaeron to ultimate victory over the Horde – a victory that lies with the destruction of the Great Portal itself …

Mission:

  • Destroy the Great Portal

FACTIONS:
Nation of Azeroth

ENEMIES:
Blackrock Clan
Burning Blade Clan
Black Tooth Grin Clan
Dragonmaw Clan


ORC CAMPAIGN

Act 1: Seas of Blood Act 2. Khaz’ Modan Act 3: Quel’Thalas Act 4: Tides of Darkness
Zul’dare Tol Barad The Runestone at Caer Darrow The Tomb of Sargeras
Raid at Hillsbrad The Badlands The Razing of Tyr’s Hand The Siege of Dalaran
Southshore The Fall of Stromgarde The Destruction of Stratholme The Fall of Lordaeron
Assault on Hillsbrad The Dead Rise as Quel’Thalas Falls Finale Cinematic Screenshots

ALLIANCE CAMPAIGN

Act 1: Shores of Lordaeron Act 2. Khaz’ Modan Act 3: The Northlands Act 4: Return to Azeroth
Hillsbrad Tol Barad Tyr’s Hand The Battle of Crestfall
Ambush at Tarren Mill Dun Algaz The Battle at Darrowmere Assault to Blackrock Spire
Southshore Grim Batol The Prisoners The Great Portal
Attack on Zul’dare Betrayal and the Destruction of Alterac Finale Cinematic Screenshots

Warcraft II Cheat Codes

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These are the cheat codes for Warcraft II: Tides of Darkness and the expansion Warcraft II: Beyond the Dark Portal.

on screen disable fog of war
glittering prizes obtain 10,000 gold, 5,000 wood and 5,000 oil.
unite the clans win the current mission / level
deck me out armor and weapon upgrades
hatchet chopping wood speed increase
its a good day to die god-mode
there can be only one campaign victory
noglues disable traps
every little thing she does all upgrades and infinite mana
disco enables hidden soundtrack: “I’m a medieval man”
tigerlily

jump to level command. In Tides of Darkness specify “human#” without
the quotes. If you wish to jump to level 5 type “human5″. Same thing
for the orc campaign “orc5″.

For Beyond the Dark Portal, you must type instead “xhuman5″ or
“xorc5″ — the 5 can be any level number you wish to jump to. Choose
from 1 to 10.

Warcraft II: Tides of Darkness History & Lore

Lord Lothar rallied the remnants of Azeroth’s armies after their defeat at Stormwind Keep, and then launched a massive exodus across the sea to the northern kingdom of Lordaeron. Convinced that the Horde would overcome all of humanity if left unchecked, the leaders of the seven human nations met and agreed to unite in what would become known as the Alliance of Lordaeron. For the first time in nearly three thousand years, the disparate nations of Arathor were once again united under a common banner. Appointed as Supreme Commander of the Alliance forces, Lord Lothar prepared his armies for the coming of the Horde.

Aided by his lieutenants, Uther the Lightbringer, Admiral Daelin Proudmoore, and Turalyon, Lothar was able to convince Lordaeron’s demi-human races of the impending threat as well. The Alliance succeeded in gaining the support of the stoic dwarves of Ironforge and a small number of high elves of Quel’Thalas. The elves, led at that time by Anasterian Sunstrider, were largely uninterested in the coming conflict. However, they were duty-bound to aid Lothar because he was the last descendent of the Arathi bloodline, which had aided the elves in ages past.

The Horde, now led by Warchief Doomhammer, brought in ogres from its homeworld of Draenor and conscripted the disenfranchised Amani forest trolls into its fold. Setting out on a massive campaign to overrun the dwarf kingdom of Khaz Modan and the southern reaches of Lordaeron, the Horde effortlessly decimated all opposition.

The epic battles of the Second War ranged from large-scale naval skirmishes to massive aerial dogfights. Somehow the Horde had unearthed a powerful artifact known as the Demon Soul and used it to enslave the ancient Dragonqueen, Alexstrasza. Threatening to destroy her precious eggs, the Horde forced Alexstrasza to send her grown children to war. The noble red dragons were forced to fight for the Horde, and fight they did.

The war raged across the continents of Khaz Modan, Lordaeron, and Azeroth itself. As part of its northern campaign, the Horde succeeded in burning down the borderlands of Quel’Thalas, thereby ensuring the elves’ final commitment to the Alliance’s cause. The greater cities and townships of Lordaeron were razed and devastated by the conflict. Despite the absence of reinforcements and overwhelming odds, Lothar and his allies succeeded in holding their enemies at bay.

However, during the final days of the Second War, as the Horde’s victory over the Alliance seemed almost assured, a terrible feud erupted between the two most powerful orcs on Azeroth. As Doomhammer prepared his final assault against the Capital City of Lordaeron – an assault that would have crushed the last remnants of the Alliance – Gul’dan and his followers abandoned their posts and set out to sea. The bewildered Doomhammer, having lost nearly half of his standing forces to Gul’dan’s treachery, was forced to pull back and forsake his greatest chance at victory over the Alliance.

The power-hungry Gul’dan, obsessed with obtaining godhood itself, set out on a desperate search for the undersea Tomb of Sargeras that he believed held the secrets of ultimate power. Having already doomed his fellow orcs to become the slaves of the Burning Legion, Gul’dan thought nothing of his supposed duty to Doomhammer. Backed by the Stormreaver and Twilight’s Hammer clans, Gul’dan succeeded in raising the Tomb of Sargeras from the sea floor. However, when he opened the ancient, flooded vault, he found only crazed demons awaiting him.

Seeking to punish the wayward orcs for their costly betrayal, Doomhammer sent his forces to kill Gul’dan and bring the renegades back into the fold. For his recklessness, Gul’dan was torn apart by the maddened demons he had set loose. With their leader dead, the renegade clans quickly fell before Doomhammer’s enraged legions. Though the rebellion had been quelled, the Horde was unable to recoup the terrible losses it had suffered. Gul’dan’s betrayal had afforded the Alliance not only hope, but also time to regroup and retaliate.

Lord Lothar, seeing that the Horde was fracturing from within, gathered the last of his forces and pushed Doomhammer south, back into the shattered heartland of Stormwind. There, the Alliance forces trapped the retreating Horde within the volcanic fortress of Blackrock Spire. Though Lord Lothar fell in battle at the Spire’s base, his lieutenant, Turalyon, rallied the Alliance forces at the eleventh hour and drove the Horde back into the abysmal Swamp of Sorrows. Turalyon’s forces succeeded in destroying the Dark Portal, the mystical gateway that connected the orcs to their homeworld of Draenor. Cut off from its reinforcements and fractured by infighting, the Horde finally buckled in upon itself and fell before the might of the Alliance.

The scattered orc clans were quickly rounded up and placed within guarded internment camps. Though it seemed that the Horde had been defeated for good, some remained highly skeptical that peace would last. Khadgar, now an Archmage of some reknown, convinced the Alliance high command to build the fortress of Nethergarde that would watch over the ruins of the Dark Portal and ensure that there would be no further invasions from Draenor.

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