Orcs Must Die: Defenses
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A barrage of pointy arrows awaits the unwary orc that steps too close. With proper placement, an arrow wall can take out entire groups of enemies.
Who doesn’t like a bunch of arrows to the face? Orcs, that’s who! Place these deadly beauties at the end of fortress corridors to cover an unguarded approach, or stick two across a hall from each other to shred a whole legion of enemies in a devastating crossfire.
Packing a powerful wallop, this cheap, disposable container chock-full of magical explosives is the ideal way to ruin an orc’s afternoon. The boom barrel - never leave home without it!
Boom goes the dynamite! Drop these tasty explosive treats in tight corridors, light them up with your crossbow, then sit back and watch orc giblets paint the walls red. For maximum kill-streaky goodness, wait until large groups of enemies are clustered around a boom barrel before pulling the trigger.
Hot from the forges of the Order Enchanters, this high-powered magical crossbow is perfect for driving sharp bolts straight into the brainpans of pesky orcs.
One of the signature weapons of the war mages, the crossbow is accurate at long range and has a rapid rate of fire. Experts learn to pace their shots and aim for the head for maximum orc-killing efficiency. The crossbow can also fire a special bolt that stuns small groups of enemies.
They’re snooty, obnoxious, and no fun at parties, but they know how to fill an orc belly full of arrows in the blink of an eye. They’re worth keeping around just for the pointy-ear jokes.
Allies of the Order for centuries, the elves stand ready to come to the aid of fortresses under attack by the orc mob. Deadly accurate with their bows, elven archers are able to fire a volley of arrows in the blink of an eye. If they fall in battle, the power of the rifts will heal them when there’s a break in the action. Just tune them out if they start yammering about birds and plants and “all living things” and the rest of that treehugger nonsense.
When the bladestaff and crossbow just aren't quite deadly enough, follow up by tossing a few fireballs into the orc mob. Light 'em up and burn 'em down!
Prefer your orcs rare or medium-well? Too bad! The fire bracers can only cook an orc one way - well done! But you won't care how overdone the meat is when an entire wave of enemies stumbles through a fire wall or burns up in a fireball's explosion. You'll be too busy basking in the warm glow of success.
Skewer entire groups of orcs where it hurts the most – in the soles of their tender, moisturized feet. A hallway lined with spike traps is a perfect addition to the ambience of any rift fortress.
The first bread-and-butter trap that a war mage learns to create, the floor spikes are the perfect tool for thinning out the invading orc mob. With oiled steel blades, a sensitive pressure trigger for maximum foot penetration, and a self-cleaning mechanism, this trap provides hours of orc-skewering enjoyment with minimal maintenance.
You can’t go wrong with 50,000 volts of magical electricity! This high-powered zapper kills orcs dead.
Show the orcs what it’s like to live (briefly) in their own miniature version of Tornado Alley. Send bolts of chain lightning through four orcs at once, or conjure up a powerful storm over the heads of an entire mob and watch the sparks fly!
Oooh! That’s gonna leave a mark. Smash orcs flat with this ceiling trap – now with extra pounding action!
What’s the best cure for an orc’s migraine? Keeping hitting him on the head until he’s dead! The pounder gets the job done at a highly reasonable price. Throw a few tar traps or a decoy underneath; by the time the orcs think to look up, it’ll be too late.
The war mage shoots, and he scores! Send daring young orcs flying through the air with the greatest of ease with this surprisingly effective trap. Nothing but net!
Use the cheap and effective spring trap to launch pesky enemies through the air. Where they land is up to you - a pool of lava, a pit full of acid, or even straight into another trap! Beware heavier enemies such as ogres who prevent the spring trap from firing.
It’s a bird! It’s a plane! No, wait - it’s an orc! And the steam trap is the wind beneath his wings.
Take orcs for the ride of their (short and miserable) lives with this low-cost floor trap. Blasts of warm, soothing steam not only send your enemies sky-high, but also soften up those rough orc hides just in time for a crossbow bolt to punch straight into the tender organs underneath.
It slices! It dices! It juliennes! Best of all, it kills orcs dead - as long as you don't mind the messy clean-up afterwards.
Expensive, high-damage, razor-sharp blades of pure carnage, wall blades are an excellent choice for narrow chokepoints and heavily-trafficked hallways. For smooth operation, remember to clean out excess hair and bone every couple of weeks.
Those smelly, pesky orcs have no sense of personal space! This versatile trinket is perfect for buying some extra breathing room in tight quarters.
Harness the power of the wind and kill orcs the eco-friendly way! Shove, push, and launch them into the sharpest, pointy-est, boiling-est spots in the fortress. No matter where you blow them, you can’t go wrong!
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