Expansion Packs, Releases and Versions
Many expansion packs and rereleases of Disciples II have been issued. In order of their release they are:
|Name||Date of Release||Details|
|Disciples II: Dark Prophecy||January 4, 2002||The base game contains 4 campaigns of 7 missions each for the Empire, Mountain Clans, Undead Hordes and Legion of the Damned.|
|Disciples II: Dark Prophecy (Collector's Edition)||2002||A limited version of the game containing a card game (Disciples II: Blades of War) as well as 5 bonus quests which are also included in the Disciples 2 Gold edition.|
|Disciples II: Servants of the Dark||2003||Contains:
Servants of the Dark does not combine with the base Dark Prophecy game. When installed on a computer that already has Guardians of the Light installed it and Servants of the Dark are combined to form "Gallean's Return" which offers all the content of the base Dark Prophecy game in addition to the 4 extra mini campaigns as part of a single install. Gallean's Return was later sold separately.
|Disciples II: Guardians of the Light||2003||Released at the same time and the counterpart to Servants of the Dark, Guardians of the Light contains the original campaigns for the Mountain Clans and Empire as well as two new mini campaigns of 3 missions each, in a similar fashion to Servants of the Dark.|
|Disciples II: Rise of the Elves||2003||Contains:
This game does not combine with Gallean's Return or Dark Prophecy and must be installed separately.
|Disciples II: Gallean's Return||2005||Gallean's Return contains the first two expansion packs, Servants of the Dark and Guardians of the Light precombined. This means that all the content of the base Dark Prophecy game is included as well.|
|Disciples II Gold||February 3, 2005||Contains:
Both games must be installed separately as the original games would be. In 2005, Stardock released this edition on their TotalGaming.net online distribution service as Disciples II: Ultimate Edition. In 2006 this addition was also made available on Steam.
|Disciples II: Rise of the Elves Gold||2006||A rerelease of Rise of the Elves with an additional 4 mission mini campaign that continues the story.|
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