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Brace yourselves, Divinity: Dragon Commander is on sale now, with a hefty 40% price reduction both on Steam, and the LarianVault! The offer continues throughout the weekend and ends on Sunday October 14th 2013. If you didn't already pick up a copy - now's your chance! The sale comes shortly after the release of a massive update to the game, with a variety of issues fixed and introducing a batch of new features, including the gifting of units and resources, and improved battle results with deeper stats. This big patch makes multiplayer more fun and fixes various things, so this is one heck of a deal! If you haven't played Divinity: Dragon Commander yet, now is the time! Steam: GOG: Larian Vault:
Over the last couple of months, we’ve been tracking the political decisions of Divinity: Dragon Commander players, wondering what would happen if they were in charge of government. Well, we know now, and we’ll let you be the judge of what it says about modern society. For one thing, kids should be allowed to smoke in the classroom! And waterboarding should be legal as a matter of course! Gay rights are respected, but democracy, well, it turns out to be not as popular as generally assumed. At least the inquisition won’t be coming back. But we really should worry about the climate, because when it comes to the economy, ecology needs to take a back seat! These and more eye-opening results can be seen in the shiny new Dragon Commander movie: How did players vote? We’d love to publish all results, but we’re afraid videogames might be banned afterwards. Hopefully there’ll be no leaks, for in the hands of the wrong type of politician, a dragonleak scandal might mean the end of our favorite medium. Nevertheless, you can secretly check them all out in this strictly-confidential Excel file. For more information on Divinity: Dragon Commander, the people that are playing it and their political profiles, read the latest Rivellon Times online!
Do you like PC Gamer? Do you like Do you like Larian? If so, you could win this fantastic hand painted Divinity: Dragon Commander figurine. There are only 3 in existence, and all you need to is tell the world that... you like PC Gamer, GOG and Larian Studios! Easy, no? So what are you waiting for? Head over to’s Divinity: Dragon Commander raffle page & follow the instructions to win one of these fine pieces of Dragon artwork! In short, like the following facebook pages: Larian Studios: PC Gamer: And then enter the Raffle! The contest will run until 3.59 AM GMT on 14 October 2013.
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The Interactive Politics of Divinity Dragon Commander
Check out our latest interactive video and discover what it's like to make political decisions in Divinity Dragon commander. At stake in this instance is nothing less than the freedom of press!


Dragon Commander Throwdown: Master vs Apprentice
Tune in on our channel for The first match on TUESDAY July 9th at 6PM GMT+1 (9AM PST, 12PM EST) and for The rematch on THURSDAY July 11th at 11PM GMT+1 (2PM PST, 5PM EST).

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Divinity Dragon Commander: Call To Arms Trailer released!
Not sure about Divinity Dragon Commander? Then let this trailer harden your resolve and inspire you to join the fight!

Imperial Edition announced!
Today Larian Studios announced the Divinity Dragon Commander: Imperial Edition!

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Let's play: One turn of Divinity Dragon Commander
In this uncut let's play video in which Swen, Larian Studios' creative director, takes us through one full turn of the game.


Sir Falstaff Silvervein and General Edmund added to the site!
The crew is expanding! Sir Falstaff Silvervein and General Edmund now have their own little corner on the site. Check them out and read their introduction!
Behind the scenes with Dragon Commander
If you have any interest in what goes on at a developer when they're finishing up a game, you might want to watch the following video. It's a tour of the office in which Swen checks on the Dragon Commander team and asks them what they are doing. Don't worry, it's not he typical developer diary where people blabber on about vision and all that. Instead it's a very close look at what tasks developers deal with at this stage of a project.

Swen also wrote a blog entry that goes with the video, in which he discusses how self-publishing allows us to make changes to a game really late in the process. Specifically, he details the decisions we have to take about pacing, difficulty levels and balancing in Dragon Commander.

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