Start a Wiki. This page happens to contain a lot of heavy spoilers that are all originated from the Overlord author, Kugane Maruyama and his collection of written works.
Anime-only watchers and Manga-only readers, please take some time off to reflect it over for a bit before choosing to expose yourself on reading the information below recklessly. The Invaders of the Large Tomb is the seventh light novel volume in the Overlord series. Written by Kugane Maruyama and illustrated by so-bin , it was released on August 30, It details about a certain group of workers who volunteered to explore and investigate a mysterious Large Tomb.
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His apathy allowed the dwarves to invade Evernight and kill or enslave most of the elves, but they were in turn driven out when the creatures of his nightmares became real. The presence of the succubus has caused a plague of undeath in the fortified city. The dwarf king Goldo Golderson of the Golden Hills has become overly greedy and desires wealth over all the other aspects of life where he has even forced the remaining elves to mine for it.
His paranoia that his riches will be stolen has led him to heavily militarise the entire dwarven empire — he himself rides a war-like steam roller named "Rollie". Envy drives Jewel the Thieving Hero to steal anything valuable even though she cares nothing for possessions, and Kahn the Warrior is very protective of her and is driven wild with wrath whenever anything appears to threaten her.
Both of them command the bandits and beholders from the Ruborian Desert. The Wizard, being a body for the previous Overlord, shows pride in his work, which involves deception and an urge for supreme power, and is the game's main antagonist. The game begins where Gnarl and the Brown minions awaken the Overlord from his tomb. From here they suit him in his armour and proclaim him Overlord in his old and dilapidated tower — the previous Overlord having been killed by heroes, ready to reconquer the lands.
The Overlord first turns to the Mellow Hills, where the halflings and their leader Melvin Underbelly are using the townspeople of Spree and Red minions as slave labour.
The Overlord storms the Halfling Homes, slaying Melvin and reclaiming the Reds and Spree to the peasants' delight or disgust depending on whether the Overlord returns their stolen food. Castle Spree however has come under attack by bandits. After flushing them out, the castle mistress Rose offers her service to the Overlord. At Evernight Forest, the roots of a tree where Oberon Greenhaze sleeps cover the Elves' home, nearly extinct after being ransacked by Dwarves. The Green minions are found and Oberon is slain.
The Elves' sacred statue, however, has been stolen by the Dwarves, angering Jewel, the Thieving Hero, who wanted to steal it for herself. At Heaven's Peak the town is overrun by zombies and demons. Here the Overlord gains the Blue minions. At the town's inn, it is discovered that town leader Sir William the Black had fallen for a Succubus, calling off his wedding to Rose's sister Velvet.
The Overlord then turns to the dwarven Golden Hills and their leader Goldo Golderson, who has become greedy for gold.
Here the remaining enslaved Elves claim the last of their women are being held in the Royal Halls of the Dwarven Keep. Meanwhile at the Dwarf construction site, Gnarl recommends that the Overlord stash a few minions inside the Elf sacred statue and allow Jewel to take it in order to follow her to her homeland, the Ruborian Desert. Back at the Royal Halls, where Goldo is defeated, the Overlord can either take his stash of gold or free the remaining Elf women before the halls collapse.
An enraged Kahn the Warrior, protective of Jewel, strikes back and the Overlord now has to save Spree and Heaven's Peak from his wrath. Back at the tower the minions submit to the previous Overlord who has secretly possessed the Wizard, originally father to Rose and Velvet, and who now lays claim to his previous title.
The old Overlord tells the current one that he was originally the eighth hero who came to slay him, yet fell from a great height and was left for dead by his companions while they looted the Tower. The Old Overlord however put him in the sarcophagus to heal his wounds in order to use him to defeat the other heroes.
The Overlord battles the Wizard, during which the Wizard brags of being responsible for the corruption of the heroes. Upon the Wizard's death the Overlord reclaims his tower and minions. Depending on the Overlord's corruption and choices throughout, the ending will show 4 of 8 different ending cutscenes where either the Overlord is met with bliss and praise or he pillages and scorches the land and tortures the inhabitants. The game will mark the spot for you if you track the quest on your log book.
Once Borius slips your grasp, destroy his temple to open the way to the north half of the town. Go through the town square and when you face the second ballista, place a single minion on a guard banner. Lock onto the banner and move it towards the locked gate to lure the ballista into firing on the decoy. When the second ballista is distracted, send your remaining minions no banner in a sweep up the stairs and have them sack the ballista crew.
Exposing the Overlord to the ballista is a quick and easy death. Take the town hall by killing the remaining archers and then having the minions push the statue onto Borius' bald head. Refer to the trophies and achievements page to see how you finish off Borius domination is better if you are aiming to complete the max horde trophy or achievement.
Regardless how you remove Borius from play, you will need to expend 50 life force to take over the town. Do that at the town hall and you will complete several other quests and make a new friend. Overlord II Wiki Guide. Last Edited: 14 Sep pm. This shows a certain amount of courage in the face of false accusation. Sadly, she would not be in that situation in the first place if she were not such a gold digger.
This doesn't make her unsuitable to be a mistress, she just shouldn't be first mistress. Adding to this already less than ideal situation, Juno shows nothing that suggests to me that she is not as dumb as she appears or as everyone else thinks.
Had she been able to aid the Overlord in some political way to let him take down the empire from within by corrupting key figures, she might have had an opportunity to show some other more devious side of her personality, but as it stands, she ranks below even Kelda in suitability to be the first mistress.
Finally we have Fay who's analysis should really be split up considering how different her incarnations are depending on the player's choices. If you chose to corrupt her into Dark Fay, she becomes a pretty simple cartoon villainess.
Without any real character developement, she is now evil, because she says she's evil and she talks in an evil sounding deep voice.
Here again we have a mistress who talks a lot but doesn't do much. After she is corrupted, she tells her former subjects to buzz off because she's evil now, but we don't see her actually do anything evil, like blast the pixies who were trying to rescue her from being corrupted, or burn some dryads for no reason at all. That being said, she is still a magical being with ambition and a history of actually doing things besides scrub floors, hunt, sleep around and get tried for witchcraft.
While her character is one dimensional, that one dimension is at least a fitting partner for the Overlord. Ghost Fay is She lacks any bitterness over what the Overlord did to her, and without any real motivation for wanting anything to do with the Overlord, wants to be the first mistress. Consider that two motivations for killing Fay would be that the player wants to be as recklessly evil as possible, or perhaps just doesn't want Fay as a mistress.
Why then would the result be that the player is stuck with one of the least evil of all three mistresses in Ghost Fay? She talks about praying for Juno's soul and pitying Kelda's savage ways. She wants to stay to help heal them, even though choosing her was an act of destruction. Yeah, no thanks. So it looks like Dark Fay is the best possible mistress, but if we reach outside the possible player choices, there was actually an even better character who could have been a mistress for the Overlord.
No, not the Everlight Governess. No, not the fat elf priestesses. The girl who could have been the best partner for the Overlord was Queen Fay.
Out of all the side characters, Fay has the most character developement, and does more than any other NPC in the game. She enters as an antagonist to the Overlord, and a real threat to his power. She defends her people from the aggressions of both the Empire and the Overlord, and even traps the Overlord in a room with a Troll.
When push came to shove, she did not refuse to ally herself to the Overlord to save both of their people. At the very end, she even made the ultimate sacrifice, becoming Dark Fay perhaps temporarily to grant the Overlord the power to defeat the Empire which was the greatest threat to both of their peoples.Nov 17, · OVERLORD The story begins with Yggdrasil, a popular online game which is quietly shut down one day. However, the protagonist Momonga decides .