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LORDSAWAR(6)			     Games			  LORDSAWAR(6)

NAME
       lordsawar - A Warlords II clone

SYNOPSIS
       lordsawar [OPTION...] [FILE]

DESCRIPTION
       LordsAWar!  is  a   2d  turn-based  strategy game where up to 8 players
       strive for control of as	many cities as possible.  Produce  new	armies
       in  cities  to  conquer	 nearby	  cities.  Using the income from those
       cities, make more armies	to take	more cities.  Send a hero to a	temple
       to  get	a  quest, or maybe search a nearby ruin	instead.  Play against
       the computer or against a friend.

       -c, --cache-size	SIZE
	      Don't use	more than SIZE bytes to	cache rendered graphics.

       -t, --test
	      Start with a test-scenario.

       -S, --seed NUMBER
	      Seed the random number generator with NUMBER.

       -s, --stress-test
	      Begin a non-interactive stress test.

       -r, --robots
	      Begin a non-interactive stress test over the network.

       -H, --host
	      Start a lordsawar	server.

       -p, --port NUMBER
	      Start the	lordsawar server on the	given port.

       -h, --help
	      Give this	help list.

       FILEs can be a saved game file (.sav), or a map (.map) file.

FILES
       ~/.lordsawarrc		   The configuration file.

       ~/.lordsawar/		   Saved game directory.

       ~/.lordsawar/map/	   Saved scenario maps directory.

       ~/.lordsawar/army/	   Saved armyset directory.

       ~/.lordsawar/tilesets/	   Saved tileset directory.

       ~/.lordsawar/shield/	   Saved shieldset directory.

       ~/.lordsawar/citysets/	   Saved cityset directory.

REPORTING BUGS
       Report bugs to <lordsawar-discuss@nongnu.org>.

SEE ALSO
       The full	documentation for  lordsawar  is  available  on	 the  web  at:
       http://www.nongnu.org/lordsawar/manual/

lordsawar 0.3.0			   June	2014			  LORDSAWAR(6)

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