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'''Strife''' (released in 1996) is a Doom-engine game created by Rogue Entertainment and Velocity. It offered an RPG-like action game, with heavy story elements and voice-acting. Among the features were hub-levels much similar to [[Hexen]], the ability to increase the player's accuracy with rapid-fire weapons, an item that could destroy forcefields, and the ability to raise your maximum health from 100% to as much as 200% permanently.
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'''Strife''' (released in 1996) is a Doom-engine game created by Rogue Entertainment and Velocity. It offered an RPG-like action game, with heavy story elements and voice-acting. Among the features were hub-levels much similar to [[Hexen]], the ability to increase the player's accuracy with most of the weapons, an item that could destroy forcefields, and the ability to raise your maximum health from 100 to as much as 200 permanently.
  
 
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Strife (released in 1996) is a Doom-engine game created by Rogue Entertainment and Velocity. It offered an RPG-like action game, with heavy story elements and voice-acting. Among the features were hub-levels much similar to Hexen, the ability to increase the player's accuracy with most of the weapons, an item that could destroy forcefields, and the ability to raise your maximum health from 100 to as much as 200 permanently.

Story

Spoiler Warning: Plot details follow.

A comet has hit the Earth, unleashing a virus and killing a large amount of the populace. A lot of the survivors started to hear the voice of a God in their heads (The Entity) and worshipped it The Order took over the world and all women and children found were killed and therefore hidden underground, while the men became peseants. The Order's rule is brutal and oppresive to the extent an underground resistance is formed. Calling themselves the Front, they try and free themselves from the Order. However, the Orders technological advantage has dampened the Fronts efforts.

Strife characters

Strifeguy, Rowan, Beldin, Harris, Macil, Blackbird, Irale, Governor Mourel, McGuffin, Derwin, Warden Montag, Judge Wolfnick, Worner, Sammis, Ketrick, Weran, False Programmers, The Oracle, Keymaster, Quincy, Geoff, Richter

Strife enemies

Acolytes, Bishop, Ceiling Turrets, Crusaders, The Entity, Inquisitors, Loremaster, Macil, The Oracle, Programmer, Reavers, Sentinels, Spectres, Stalkers, Templars

Strife weapons

Punch Dagger, Crossbow, Assault Rifle, Mini-Missile Launcher, Grenade Launcher, Flamethrower, Mauler, Sigil

Other Strife info

The Front, The Order, Accuracy Upgrade, Stamina Implant

Levels

See also

Monster, Item, Weapons

Strife Walkthroughs at gamefaqs.com