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Horn of the Abyss Only available when the unofficial expansion, Horn of the Abyss, is installed.
Neutral creatures
Level 1
Peasant Peasant
Halfling Halfling
Level 2
Rogue Rogue
Boar Boar
Leprechaun Leprechaun Horn of the Abyss
Level 3
Nomad Nomad
Mummy Mummy
Level 4
Sharpshooter Sharpshooter
Satyr Satyr Horn of the Abyss
Steel Golem Steel Golem Horn of the Abyss
Level 5
Troll Troll
Gold Golem Gold Golem
Fangarm Fangarm Horn of the Abyss
Level 6
Diamond Golem Diamond Golem
Enchanter Enchanter
Level 7
Faerie Dragon Faerie Dragon
Rust Dragon Rust Dragon
Crystal Dragon Crystal Dragon
Azure Dragon Azure Dragon
Castle Rampart Tower
Inferno Necropolis Dungeon
Stronghold Fortress Conflux
Cove Factory
 Cost per troop 


Attack 12
Defense 12
Damage 8–12
Health 50
Speed 6
Movement Flying
Size 1
Growth 3
AI Value 929
 Special abilities:
Mind spell immunity.
• Unlimited retaliations.

Fangarms are level 5 neutral creatures recruited from the Ziggurat.

Special Ability: Hypnotize[edit]

Fangarms cast Advanced Hypnotize for 3 rounds on an attacked stack.

Spell Power of Hypnotize spell is equal to the number of creatures in a Fangarm squad while checking the possibility of applying Hypnotize (this means it affects a squad with total health (counting damage of current attack) not greater than 20 + 25*(Fangarm count)). If the requirements of casting Hypnotize are met, it will be cast with 100% chance. In case of a successful cast of Hypnotize, attacked stack won't retaliate (or won't attack twice if Fangarms are counterattacking).


With the Horn of the Abyss artifact equipped, the hero will automatically raise Fangarms from all dead stacks of living creatures (no matter allied or enemy) on the battlefield. After a stack of living creatures is slain, a stack of Fangarms will rise in their stead and will stay loyal to the hero after the battle concludes. Total Hit Points of this stack will be equal to half of the slain stack's total Hit Points, but the quantity of Fangarms summoned cannot exceed half of the quantity of creatures in the slain stack. Slaying Fangarms will not trigger this effect.

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Fangarms are a reference to the Cthulhu, an ancient creature devised by Howard Philips Lovecraft.

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