The Clan of the Boar. A reclusive clan once forgotten by their brethren but recently rediscovered, the Clan of the Boar is both mystical and untamed. Their understanding of the world is unmatched, as are their boorish and primitive ways.
Starting Bonuses Edit
- The Mender's Hut replaces the Healer's Hut. Menders produce +1 Lore while not healing.
- Each additional territory gives +2 max population.
- No happiness penalties for non-upgraded houses.
Fame Bonuses Edit
- 200 Fame
- Heritage: 1 Free Lore, this does not count towards Lore Victory or Blessing unlocks.
- 500 Fame
- Greater Blessings: All blessings have upgraded effects:
Lore Tree Edit
|Sharp Axes||-||Your Woodcutters will produce 20% more wood .|
|Weaponsmith||-||Increases all your military units' attack power by 20%.|
|Bartering||-||+1 Kröwns for each 8 clan member. Enables trading routes with neutral factions from Trading Posts. Also enables Great Trade Routes with a Lighthouse.|
|Colonization||Sharp Axes||Reduces the amount of Food necessary to colonize one area by 30%.|
|Lay of the Land||Sharp Axes||Chance of being attacked by neutral units reduced by 90%|
|Fur Coats||Weaponsmith||Your Military units no longer have reduced Attack Power during winter.|
|Defensive Strategy||Weaponsmith||Increases your civilians' attack and your Defense Towers resistance by 20%.|
|Shipbuilding||Bartering||Increases Sailors' resource production by 20%.|
|Simple Living||Bartering||Construction costs -50% wood to build (Standard, Military, or Advanced Buildings, but not when upgrading or repairing a building).|
|Recruitment||Colonization or Lay of the Land||Increased population growth speed by 25%. This bonus increases to 50% if a clan member has died recently (In the last month).|
|Herbalism||Colonization or Lay of the Land||increases the healing of your Menders by 50%. Each active Mender gives +5% production in Mender's Hut territory.|
|Military Strategy||Fur Coats or Militia||Military unit's gain +5% Attack Power for each type of friendly military units in the area.|
|Feeling Safe||Fur Coats or Militia||Gain +3 Happiness if you have a Warchief and +1 Happiness per upgraded Training Camp.|
|Erudition||Shipbuilding or Simple Living||Increase Loremaster production by 20%. Carved Stone cost is halved.|
|Handiwork||Shipbuilding or Simple Living||Non-upgraded building get +15% production.|
|Hearthstone||Recruitment or Herbalism||Reduces extra Firewood consumption during winter by 50%.|
|Legacy||Recruitment or Herbalism||Altar of Kings production is doubled.|
|Legendary Heroes||Military Strategy or Feeling Safe||Improves your Warchief's Attack Power by 25% and their defense by 25%.|
|Monster Slayer||Military Strategy or Feeling Safe||Improves your Military unit's by 50% against mystical creatures.|
|Negotiation||Erudition or Handiwork||Reduces Marketplace prices by 50%.|
|Osmosis||Erudition or Handiwork||Tiles with Forests, Swamps or Fish give 2 Happiness.|
In the story campaign, Boar Clan are originally led by Hvedrung, the one who masterminded the murder on Rig's father and massacre of entire Stag Clan. By the time the truth came out, Boar Clan had an uprising led by Svarn who made an ally with Rig against their common enemy.
A small faction of the clan who allies with Rig led by Svarn. A taciturn spiritual leader, Svarn is a sage and warrior who lives a simple life, close to nature and in accordance with the Old Ways. Svarn is the one who revealed the bigger plot to Rig behind latter's clan's massacre and theft of Regal Horn.
Main branch of Boar Clan led by ruthless and proud Hvedrung, the mastermind behind Stag Clan massacre. Hvedrung sends Hagen to slaughter Rig, along with his family and clan to get his hands on Regal Horn and preventing them from becoming future threat. Hvedrung seemed to has foreseen Rig and his followers' survival as he proudly revel his crimes and taunted him for his obliviousness to Regal Horn's true purpose. He intended to destroy Bifrost and bring forth Ragnarok with help of Regal Horn, which later revealed to be Gjallhorn.
Hvedrung finally defeated by Rig, but chose to face his last moments by telling that in spite of Bifrost saved, he caused enough damaged which resulted Great Tree Yggdrasil to shudder, and thus Ragnarok already began. The revelation sapped whatever rage that boiling Rig's heart that he lost the drive to avenge his father in that instant. It's unknown what happened to Hvedrung afterwards, as he presumably either left to die or incarcerated for his crimes.