Corruption of Champions II is a game under active development by Savin & crew. The version history contains a log of what has been added or changed in the game over time.
- 1 Characters
- 2 Quests
- 3 Places of Interest
- 4 Items
- 5 Game & Engine Mechanics
- 6 World & Lore
- 7 Authors
- 8 Contributing
- 9 References
CoC2 features a cast of characters that the Champion can take with them on their adventures.
Persistent characters are usually, though not always named, are characters that can usually be encountered at a specific location, hold a specific impact to a plot or quest or have interactions with the Champion that can affect either themselves, the Champion or other characters. Essentially, these characters are unique.
Ahmri - Alraune - Alraune Herald - Anna - Argoth - Artificer Kazuo - Atani - Azami - Azyrran - Benny - Brother Sanders - Calla - Cat Harem - Drider Queen - Eryka - Evelyn - Forest Kitsune - Fountain Goddess - Garret - Garth - Gerik - Gloria - Gray-Furred Slaver - Gwyneth - Harpy Matron - Harpy Wingleader - Hashat - Hethia - Hirrud - Hitoshi - Hretha - Infrith - Ivris - Jarl Gunvaldsen - June - Kasyrra - Kavi - Kinu - Kohaku - Komari - Kurako - Lady Evergreen - Leorah - Lieutenant Jen - Lucia - Lupine Scouts - Lusamine - Lusina - Magna - Manticore Girl - Master Tollus - Master Whisper - Miko and Mai - Mistress Matiha - Morwen - Nakano - Nelia - Ninian - Ogrish - Orc Thane - Pavo - Prince Philander - Princess Phyria - River - Sexy Statues - Shar - Sigrune - Sleepy Snake - Sugo - Tainted Witch - Vaush - Wyld Elf Band - Zuzaan
Generic characters are normally combat-only encounter characters that can be randomly encountered in certain regions. These characters are usually unnamed and random each time, which means that the Champion normally will not encounter the same one during repeat encounters.
Alraune Effigies - Arcane Golem - Centaur Pack - Crazy Horse - Cultist - Frostwood Kitsune - Generic Summons - Ghosts - Gnoll Raiders - Harpy Enforcer - Harpy Thief - Hornet Drone - Hornet Worker - Imps - Marefolk Shaman - Marked Mercenary Band - Orc Amazon - Orc Apprentice - Orc Executioner - Orc Warrior - Slime Siblings - Warg - Wolf - Wyvern Girl
From the first moments into the game, with more being found along the journey, our character will be tasked with various jobs. The goals as well as own musings about the situation can be read in the journal. See Quests for slightly more details.
Caparison Hunter - Cat Call - Dog Days - Educational Help - Farmhand's Freeholds - Getting Into The Closet - Harboring a Fugitive - In Her Footsteps - Mad Cow - Missing Meows - Nothing Like Housework - One Man's Poison - Right of Conquest - Royal Amnesty - Shades of the Past - The Mistress - Ugly Duckling
Places of Interest
The game features a number of different regions, each of which generally contains its own set of locations, dungeons, enemies, and items. See Regions for more detailed breakdowns of each area in the game.
Throughout the Champion's adventures throughout the world, they will be able to enter specific locations of note which may contain friends or enemies.
Alchemist's Shop - Ancient Archway - Chapel of Velun - Corrupted Garden - Fort Marrok - Hawkethorne Nursery - Huntress's Shop - Kitsune Camp - Marefolk Village - Matiha's Tower - Ogrish's Smithy - Pupperidge Farm - Ruined Shrine - Sorran Altar - The Frost Hound - Under- and Over-clothes - Westbank
Items that can be physically equipped to a character.
Items that are consumed to attain various effects.
Items that either don't fall under the former categories or otherwise have alternate uses.
Game & Engine Mechanics
Alchemy - Bad Ends - Boons - Character Creation - Combat Effects - Combat Mechanics - Corruption - Dreams - Electrum Coins - Hawkethorne Nursery - Minigames - Perks - Powers - Pregnancy - Quests - Stats - Status Effects - Taxonomy
Classes determine what you're able to do in combat through a combination of passive perks and active talents, which include things like magic spells and fighting styles. See Classes
Items under this category are meant to provide quick information comparisons between related items.
World & Lore
There are several components that make up the CoC2 universe. Some can be found below.
History and Lore
General story details and bits of background history on some events that have an impact in the world of Savarra.
Information on the quasi-Bronze Age tech found in CoC2 either as a tangible object or conceptual vocabulary.
Applicable races found throughout the world. Note that not every single race encountered is listed. For more creature variants, see Category:Creatures
Alraunes - Catfolk - Centaur - Giants - Gnolls - Goblins - Harpies - Humans - Lizan - Lupines - Manticore - Marefolk - Minotaurs - Mothfolk - Nagas - Orcs - Pale Elves - Pixie - Tanuki - Vesparans - Wyld Elves - Wyverns
Various organizations or groups that have presence in CoC2.
Here is a list of the amazing writers and artists that have their creations in the game.
B - Balak Knightfang - BubbleLord - Buntcake - Cheshire - DCLzexon - Florgenstow - Franks - Freed85 - Gardeford - GothPastel - HugsAlright - Kinathis - Moira - QuestyRobo - RattlePool - Runingman69 - Savin - Serrated Seat - SomeKindofWizard - The Observer - William - ｗａｏｗ - Wsan
There's a handy list of templates to be used when adding Wiki content regarding CoC2. See Contributing
The location of the main game itself can be found at the official website.
There are a few google docs describing design principles and mechanics. These should slowly be incorporated into the wiki unless obviously out of date. For reference information on:
- submitting written material to the CoC2 game itself. See Corruption of Champions II: Public Design Document
- various mechanics, esp. combat CoC2 Combat Math, Powers, Perks
- pregnancy mechanics, see Pregnancy System & Mechanics
For reference information on editing a CoC2 save game file (not recommended and not officially supported). See Save editing