Might And Magic Heroes 6 Mods


Mod maps, etc.? I wish more was on the community hub on Steam or did I miss them? Might & Magic: Heroes VI. Below is a list of small game modifications for Heroes of Might and Magic V. Created by fans, they are meant to provide a slightly different experience in your game. Be aware that they could possibly mess up your Heroes V installation, so handle them with care. Browse Might & Magic: Heroes VI files to download full releases, installer, sdk, patches, mods, demos, and media.

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Might & Magic: Heroes VI is the sixth installment in the series, developed by Black Hole Entertainment and released on October 13, 2011 by Ubisoft. The storyline serves as a prequel to Heroes of Might and Magic V, taking place four centuries earlier in the same world of Ashan.

New featuresEdit

  • Tears/Blood Reputation: a new honor points system available only for primary heroes, the Reputation serves to both upgrade heroes accordingly and determine the outcome of the game. The player is forced to choose either Tears alignements for acts of mercy (letting the weaker stack flee, distributing the money accross the poor, forgiving the enemies, etc.), or Blood alignment for acts of cruelty (pursuing the stock, keeping the money for yourself, executing the enemies, etc.) of their hero. The either system has 2 ranks, Prime and Realm, the first of which is available at 250 points (usually this occurs when the hero reaches around level 8), and the second is available at 1000 points (around level 30). Every upgrade increases some of the skills, and also grants one super-ability, that is consistent with the hero class and faction. After reaching the first chosen rank, the hero can still accumulate opposite points up to 1000, however they will not unlock anything and are basically useless. Tears or Blood Reputation does not affect Magic or Might affinity of the heroes, therefore creating four possible subclass profiles for each hero (Tears & Might, Blood & Might, Tears & Magic, Blood & Magic). Each of them has its name, for example Tears Necromancer becomes an Embalmer, but Blood Necromancer becomes a Reaper.
  • Talents tree: it replaces both the old Magic Guild tree and the random Skill/Ability wheel. Now building a Magic Guild structure is no longer required to learn magic spells, which can be learned with skill points available after each level-up. Some spells can also be cast from bought or found scrolls, but spells can no longer be learned by visiting certain dwellings (such as a Witch's Hut) as before. The skills can now also be learned the same way, instead of being randomly selected by the game. Heroes can respecialize for free only once, however as soon as they choose either alignment, both skills and spells of the opposite Reputation alignments would no longer be available (but would still be available if the hero learned them before reaching either Prime Reputation level).
  • Dynasty weapons/artifacts are new items which can be obtained by either completing secondary quests in scenarios, or reaching certain achievements (in which case the player must be connected to the CONFLUX system). Dynasty items are usually more valuable since they grant better benefits even compared to the Relic items, but unlike the other three groups (Relic, Major and Minor), Dynasty items are attached to the player's CONFLUX account and can be transfered from one hero to another at the start of a new campaign. Players can also buy or trade Dynasty items with each other online, from the bonus points earned by unlocking their achievements.
  • New 'area' control: Unlike before, now every mine and dwelling surrounding an area controlled by a certain town will keep providing resources and army stacks to that town no matter what player controls it. So, even if an enemy hero can capture one of such buildings, his or her kingdom will receive its benefits as long as he or she are standing next to the building. As soon as they leave, the allegiance changes back to whomever owns the nearest town or fort. This feature eleminated a lot of hit-and-run fighting present in previous games, where an enemy hero could capture mines or dwellings near a town, but not the town itself necessarily, thus underpowering the other player without necessarily going into direct combat. In Heroes V, however, a feature was implemented to allow heroes garrison their mines, which apparently proved of little use, since it has been replaced by the present feature.
  • Town portal system has also been complexified. Instead of allowing heroes to teleport to the nearest town with a simple infinite scroll use, players now have to build two portal systems in each town (costing roughly 5000 gold, 15 wood/ore and 5 crystals in total), while the skill itself was turned into a spell and now costs 10 mana (but only 20 movement points instead of all, as in Heroes V). Boarding a boat is now also worth only 20 movement points, so the hero can continue on water within the same day.
  • There are Core, Elite and Champion creatures. Basically, Core creatures are the weakest and have up to one active ability (most have only passive) and are susceptible to all spells. Elite creatures are immune to some spells and have each at least one active ability (spellcasters usually have two active abilities). Champion creatures are usually immune to spells of the opposite school (like Haven Seraph and Celestial are both immune to Darkness spells), and have more than two active abilities. There are three Core and Elite creature, and one final Champion creature for each faction. Just like in Heroes V, every creature has an upgrade, but upgraded creatures now also cost 1 crystal additional to the increased gold price. However, unlike in all previous games, creatures belonging to the same group are now almost equal in specs (with only the slightest increase a/p creature cost) whereas higher-level creatures are much stronger, to the point where a gap of, for example, 20 damage or 500 hit points, can exist between Elite and Champion creatures of the same faction. For the same reason, some Elite and all Champion creatures are shown larger on the battlefield, and take 4 cells instead of one. This system successfully eliminates the old Tier-based system, where with each tier increase there was a steady increase in both the cost of creatures, and their specs.
  • Introduction of 'Boss' creatures. Bosses are available at the end of every campaign (including add-ons and expansion, but excluding the tutorial campaign) and result in single-creature stacks of specially-specced units which possess far superior damage, defence and hit points. Boss creatures have up to five abilities and are immune to all buff spells (damage-inducing spells work on them). Losing a Boss battle would in most cases (in fact, all except for two) result in immediate game over. In Shades of Darkness, the final Boss also possesses two consecutive forms, and both must be dealt with. Since killing Bosses results from completing the final primary quest, there are no experience points and no items dropped by them, with the exception of a dynasty weapon in one case, and possible bonus points from unlocking achievements after defeating five Bosses.
  • Heroes may travel with no creatures (as in HoMM IV, but they cannot attack; if they are attacked, they lose automatically). Additionally, armies are not town-related like in previous games, but are rather stacked together in one creature pool, which can be hired from any town. This feature replaces the previous 'caravan' hero-less army stack travel present in Heroes IV and V, but can prove ineffective when stack income is influenced by the number of dwellings built, especially if some dwellings belong to towns the player doesn't fell the need of sacrificing armies for.
  • Original town screens were replaced by town windows in order to minimize heavy CPU usage and save loading time, but were returned in the first add-on due to major fan requests. In Shades of Darkness, an option was made to choose to have either windows or screens.
  • The turn-based battle system was returned to its standard form, i.e. priorities created by modified luck and morale specs in Heroes V were removed from Heroes VI. Both luck and morale now simply allow creatures to strike twice at the same time, instead of having another attack chance within the same turn.
  • Artifact merchants are now buildable in every town, and sell or buy any random artifacts. Strangely enough, a hero can pick up the same artifacts twice and carry them in up to 30 spots.


A legendary archangel general, revived hundreds of years after perishing during the Elder Wars, plots to recover his powers and take control of Ashan while battling a supposed Demon invasion, but is impeded by the Griffin dynasty, led by Duke Slava. As a war erupts between them, Slava is assassinated in his throne, leaving behind as heirs his five children — Anton (Haven), Anastasya (Necropolis), Kiril (Inferno), Sandor (Stronghold) and Irina (Sanctuary). There is also a tutorial campaign featuring Slava, explaining some ground pillars to the other campaigns. The campaigns can be played in any order, and are interconnected (meaning that one doesn't have to complete any campaign to be able to play another one). There are now bosses, and some new types of neutral unit. Most old faction units have been replaced, such as the imp (replaced with the maniac).


The official site describes the game as follows:

Might & Magic Heroes VI takes place in 564 YSD, roughly some 400 years before Heroes of Might and Magic V, at the time of the second Blood Moon Eclipse, and the Rise of Kha Beleth, the Demon Sovereign.

A legendary Archangel General, killed during the war of the Elder races, is resurrected. Under the cover of preparations for the upcoming Demon invasion, he plots to recover his powers and take control of Ashan while eradicating his ancient enemies. He underestimates, however, the power of the all-too-human Griffin dynasty..

Heroes VI tells the story of the Griffin dynasty, when they were still Dukes of the Holy Empire, and not yet sitting on the Imperial throne (like in Heroes V and Clash of Heroes). The Griffin Duchy is east of the Empire, a region that would correspond to the Slavic nations in our own world.

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At the dynasty's origins, The Griffin Duke Pavel was a zealous servant of the Light and a trusted lieutenant of the Falcon Emperor. He met his demise defending his own duchy from a Demon host summoned by the dying wish of a desperate enemy. Pavel's heroic last stand would ensure the survival of his son, Slava, who was only a boy at the time of these events.

Pavel's sister Sveltana, who had left her homeland to become a prominent Necromancer in the Seven Cities, was called back to act as regent to Slava and educate him in the ways of the Griffin.

Fifteen years and a war have past. Duke Slava of Griffin is now the father of five promising children. These are the main Heroes of the Heroes 6 campaign, and they will lead different factions to battle.


Main campaignEdit

Tutorial CampaignEdit

Main character: Slava

  1. Griffin Bane 'The sins of the father are the burdens of the son.'
  2. The Emperor’s Will 'When the griffin hunts, the wolf goes hungry.'

Necropolis campaignEdit

Main character: Anastasya

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  1. In the Wake of Adversity 'When justice takes a day of rest, death is twice as busy.'
  2. Towards the Within 'When answers are elusive, sleep brings questions we never asked.'
  3. Circumradiant Dawn 'When enemies surround you, defeat them one by one.'
  4. The Spider's Stratagem 'The Dragon’s blood is forgotten power. The proof runs in your veins.'

Haven campaignEdit

Main character: Anton

  1. Something is Rotten 'There are many Dragon Gods… But only one who fears the Light.'
  2. Fair is Foul and Foul is Fair 'There’s no sleep for the living when there’s no justice for the dead.'
  3. Tempt Not a Desperate Man 'In times of war, a trusted enemy is worth more than a rusted friend.'
  4. A Battle Lost and Won 'Soldiers follow Captain’s orders. Dukes see to what must be done.'

Sanctuary campaignEdit

Main character: Irina

  1. The Fury and the Mire 'Tether a Griffin's Wings, and she'll learn to fly with her claws.'
  2. The Winding Stair 'Patience is a virtue to the Naga… and privilege for their dead.'
  3. The Blood-Dimmed Tide 'You cannot wake a Dragon… until a Dragon awakens you.'
  4. Death-in-Life and Life-in-Death 'Home for the king is where the queen buries his sword.'

Inferno campaignEdit

Main character: Kiril

  1. Angel, Angel, Burning Bright 'Never trust a demon. Especially if she tells you not to.'
  2. Fearful Symmetry 'When the walls of Sheogh shimmer… the walls of Ashan shake.'
  3. In the Forests of the Night 'Chaos smells of sulfur. Darkness smells of fear.'
  4. The Marriage of Heaven and HellThe Dragons have one wicked sense of humor. Blessed is the man who doesn't get the joke.'

Stronghold campaignEdit

Main character: Sandor

  1. No Country For Orc Friends 'The good son protects the family's honor, the good bastard honors its blood.'
  2. The Good, the Bad and the Bloody 'Another beautiful day… another chance to crack a few heads.'
  3. The Barbarous Seven 'Orcs don't fight for freedom… They seek freedom because it gives them more time to fight.'
  4. A Wormful of Demons 'When Demons come unannounced, invite some Orcs to dinner.'

Final campaignEdit

Main character: any of the previous five

  1. Tears:Tears Such As Angels Weep 'The brightest hero casts the darkest shadow.'
  2. Blood:Dark With Excessive Bright 'Some memories are best left forgotten. And the Faceless remember them all.'


Pirates of the Savage Sea campaignEdit

Main character: Crag Hack

  1. The Fortunes of Captain Hack 'It is better to have less thunder in the mouth and more lightning in the hand.'
  2. The King of the Savage Sea 'The older a man gets, the larger the waves become.'

Danse Macabre campaignEdit

Main character: Sandro

  1. The Fall of the House of Bull 'The bull that is used to the sun shivers by the light of the moon.'
  2. The Mask of the Black Death 'The face is a mask, look behind it.'

Shades of DarknessEdit

Dungeon campaignEdit

Main character: Raelag

  1. The Other Elves 'A fallen blossom never returns to the branch.'
  2. The Call of Malassa 'The best cause requires a good champion.'
  3. The Quest of the Unknown Tear 'Nothing dries sooner than tears.'
  4. The Doom That Came to Konos 'Knowledge is rooted in all things. The world is a library.'

Second Necropolis CampaignEdit

Main character: Vein

  1. A Selfish Prayer for Light 'Forgetfulness is the plague of knowledge.'
  2. A Fearful Hope 'As long as there’s Undeath, there is hope.'
  3. The Pall of a Past World 'What is learnt in the cradle lasts to the grave.'
  4. A Dream Which Was Not All A Dream 'He is lucky who forgets what cannot be mended.'



In 2012, two additional two-missions campaigns were released - Pirates of the Savage Sea and Danse Macabre. Both add-ons are sold separately or together as an 'Adventure pack'. Game versions are 1.7.2 and 1.7.5. The campaigns were developed by Limbic Entertainment instead of Black Hole Entertainment, since the latter filed for bankruptcy in May 2012 as a speculative result of copyright feud with Ubisoft. Limbic Entertainment developers were also responsible for some fixes on the main game after Black Hole's bankruptcy.

In May 2013, the first stand-alone expansion pack, Shades of Darkness, was released. The latest version of the add-on is 2.1. Developed by Virtuos Software, Shades features two new four-mission campaigns, a new faction called the Dungeon, as well as some notable gameplay and AI improvements which hadn't been corrected before. The improved townscreen can be a notable change for vanilla owners.


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Map of AshanEdit

The Might and Magic series
Might and Magic RPGsI - II - III - IV - V - VI - VII - VIII - IX - X
HeroesI - II (The Price of Loyalty - Desecrated Lands) - III (Armageddon's Blade - The Shadow of Death) - IV (The Gathering Storm - Winds of War) - V (Hammers of Fate - Tribes of the East) - VI (Pirates of the Savage Sea - Danse Macabre - Shades of Darkness) - VII (Trial by Fire)
King's BountyKing's Bounty - Quest for the Dragon Bone Staff - The Legend - Armored Princess - Crossworlds - Legions - Warriors of the North - Dark Side
Ardon seriesCrusaders of Might and Magic - Warriors of Might and Magic - Shifters
Related titles and spinoffs Arcomage - Heroes Chronicles - Legends of Might and Magic - Dragon Rage - Mobile (II) - Dark Messiah - Clash of Heroes - Heroes Kingdoms - Heroes Online - Duel of Champions - Elemental Guardians
Novels The Dreamwright - The Shadowsmith - The Sea of Mist
Cancelled installments New World Computing's Heroes V - Might and Magic Online - The Worldcrafter - New World Computing's Might and Magic X - Kingdoms of Might and Magic

Heroes of Might and Magic III: The Succession Wars (Mod), previously known as The Succession Wars Mod or the SW Mod, is a massive WoG-based modification of Heroes of Might and Magic III: The Shadow of Death, developed as a total conversion with a tribute to the previous installments (Heroes I and Heroes II), transferring Heroes II graphics to the Heroes III engine with some upgrades over classic Heroes III mechanics and adding lots of new content. Like other WoG-based modifications for Heroes III, it is fully fan-made, but the project team claims high standards in every tiny aspect in order to get 'the genuine NWC feeling'.

General InformationEdit

The project is supposed to enrich the legacy of the first two Heroes of Might and Magic games by focusing on the pixel graphics style characteristic to them, adding new creatures, characters and a lot of other content with regards to the same graphic style and also, in the foreseeable future - the classic Heroes 2 campaigns and even the new campaigns that are supposed to develop the Enroth-based lore further.

Detailed InformationEdit

Factions and ClassesEdit

Unlike Heroes 3, the mod reinvents the single-class system for every faction, and takes Heroes 2 class-faction system as a basis.

In addition to classic Heroes 2 factions (Knight, Barbarian, Sorceress, Warlock, Wizard, Necromancer) the mod adds its own factions named Witch (a concept inspired by Heroes 3 Witch class with its own unique features), Dervish (an eclectic desert-themed faction composed partially from Heroes 2 neutrals and partially from new creatures made from scratch), and Heretic (unlike Heroes 3 Heretic class, it is a might-oriented faction with a different lineup).

Adventure MapEdit

The project map editor is supposed to have all Heroes 2 map objects and a selection of new ones to satisfy Heroes 3 standards, such as creature dwellings, banks, conservatories, and all other. Moreover, some new map objects with a brand new functionality are expected too.


The huge difference with the vanilla Heroes 2 is the battle screen. The battlefield size is expanded to the Heroes 3 standards, and Heroes 3 battle mechanics intends range penalty and a limited movability for the majority of flying creatures. With the appearance of new animations characteristic to Heroes 3 (Defense, Turn Around, Start Moving, Stop Moving) all creature sprites are likely to receive additional animation frames.

Differences with Heroes 3 SoD mechanicsEdit

Although mainly the gaming mechanics of the modded game is still close to the one of the vanilla Heroes 3, there are some shifts towards several Heroes 2 features and even some unique ones are expected. For instance, some secondary skills like Necromancy or Mysticism are likely to be tweaked in the next releases of the mod, with some global map objects having changed their functionality, like optional skill learning in the Witch Huts. The magic system and the artifact system are claimed to be different from classic games.

Another big tweak over Heroes 3 engine is the invention of the dynamic castle looks on different terrain and fixing the Bad Luck feature (both present in Heroes 2), which will be also featured in the next release of the modification.

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Numerous changes are expected to be made, and will be revealed right after the official mod update.

Compatibility with other modificationsEdit

In 2018, the team officially announced that the upcoming v0.8 release will be graphically and functionally compatible with the actual builds of Heroes 3 High Resolution Project by baratorch, except for HD+ functionality.

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Mod DevelopmentEdit

The Succession Wars Mod dates back to 2008, when mister_kalu started the project by experimenting with Heroes 3 and adding various Heroes 2 content to it. Later on, the duty of the project coordinator was taken by KivoCurrently the latest version of the mod is marked as January, 2013 (open to public access). However, according to the team members, it is strongly outdated, and is barely able to describe the current state of the project. Since the end of 2013, the team is coordinated by Orzie.

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Adventure Map (v0.8 promo)
Combat (v0.8 promo)
Single Player Menu (v0.8 promo)
Hero Inventory (v0.8 promo)
Knight Townscreen (v0.8 promo)