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The player must navigate his or her characters across the map to progress with the game. The navigation of the world map is limited to the distance that a hero can travel throughout one day of gameplay. Rough terrain, such as snow or desert will slow many heroes down, as well as having slow creatures like zombies in his or her army. Conversely, traveling on roads or having quick creatures like dragons in an army will increase the distance a hero can move in a day. Certain terrain features are impassible without the aid of magic, such as mountains and forests. The game incorporates naval elements - a character can construct and board a ship to explore water areas. There are two "layers" to the world map - the above ground and the underground. There are typically subterranean gateways that lead to and from the underground. Portals - magical gateways to other parts of the map - are found on the land-based areas of the map, while whirlpools provide a similar function on the water (though at the cost of troops). Progress into areas might be blocked by neutral monsters or garrisons full of creatures.
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There are eight different town alignments available in Heroes of Might and Magic III: The Restoration of Erathia: three "good" towns (Castle, Tower, and Rampart), three "evil" (Inferno, Necropolis, and Dungeon), and two "neutral" (Fortress and Stronghold). Each town has fourteen unique creature types: seven basic level creatures, each of which can be upgraded to a more powerful advanced level creature. Creatures are also arranged into 7 levels for the purpose of calculating experience points and the casting of spells (i.e., some spells of a lower level cannot affect creatures of a certain level). Creatures are generated by creature dwellings, which must be constructed by the player, on the first day of every game week. Each town also features two associated hero types: one that focuses more on might(combat), and one that focuses more on magic. Taverns in towns allow the acquisition of heroes, which are refreshed at the beginning of every week. Taverns will always initially have at least one hero aligned with the starting town type to be available to the player.