|"A good hand-to-hand fighter who makes a point of stealing any gold he finds lying about."|
|— Dungeon Keeper Manual|
Mountain Dwarves (also known as just Dwarves) are kin to Tunnellers, but trained for fighting instead of digging.
Dwarves are excellent scouts: they are very fast (Speed 80, Imp is 96), and when they are designated by the game to lead parties, they cause the rest of the party to move apace with them. As with Thieves, Dungeon Keeper usually generates these heroes within parties that are under orders to loot the Treasure Room. This greedy behaviour makes them noticeably less-focused in battle and easier prey for your creatures.
In overall combat prowess, Dwarves rank right alongside Demon Spawn and Skeletons. It's seldom worthwhile to capture and convert this type of hero. The mere existence of a Torture Chamber generally means the Keeper has access to superior creatures. They make a fine Skeleton, though.
Combat Statistics Edit
See Query for more information on Health, Strength, Defence, Skill, Dexterity and Luck.
Tasks and Management Edit
|Praying Anger||-50 ∕ t|
|Sleeping Anger||-3 ∕ t|
|in Lair||+4 ∕ t|
|Hunger||2 ∕ 5000t|
- Visually distinguished from the Tunneller by his red hair and battle axe. Tunnellers are blond dual-wielders.
- Confusingly, in the Japanese version, it is the Tunneller Dwarf that is called the Mountain Dwarf, not this one, which is simply a Dwarf.
- ↑ ダンジョンキーパープレミアム勇者撃退ガイド (in Japanese). pp. 42,43. Tokyo: NTT Publishing. 1998. ISBN 978-4-87188-897-4.
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