Lord Nicholas Buzan

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Lord Nicholas Buzan

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Race Human
Role World Editor toy
Base unit Paladin
Statistics
Hit points 650
Hit point regeneration Always
Hit point regeneration rate .25 HP/sec.
Mana 255
Mana Regeneration rate .01 Mana/sec.
Unit Classified As: Ground
Level 1-10
Gold 425 Gold
Build time 55 sec.
Repair time 55 sec.
Stock Maximum 3
Stock Replenish Interval 30
Transport slots 1
Attacking priority 10
Sleeps False
Hotkey L
Collision Size 32
Combat
Normal attack: 24-34
Can attack: Ground, Structure Debris, Item Ward
Range Melee/100
Attack type Hero
Cooldown 2.2 sec.
Weapon type Normal
Armor Type Metal
Defense Type Hero
Armor 4
Day Sight 1800
Night Sight 800
Movement Speed 270
Turn Rate .6
Sound
Sound Set HeroPaladin
Hero Parameters
Primary Attribute Strength
Strength Infocard-heroattributes-str.png 22 (+2.7/level)
Agility Infocard-heroattributes-agi.png 13 (+1.5/level)
Intelligence Infocard-heroattributes-int.png 17 (+1.8/level)
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This article or section contains information taken from the Warcraft strategy games and contains information relating to level editing or game mechanics.
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This article or section contains lore taken from Warcraft III: Reign of Chaos, Warcraft III: The Frozen Throne, the manuals, and/or official bonus maps.

Lord Nicholas Buzan is one of the unique paladins in the Warcraft III World Editor's toybox. He is not one of the random hero names. In the single-player campaigns, his model is used for both Gavinrad the Dire and Duke Lionheart. Both him and Halahk the Lifebringer use the same model but in separate model files.

A character named Buzan the Fearless could randomly appear in the main campaign or in multiplayer maps. They may be different characters.

Trivia

  • His model was given different names when appearing in the campaign that sounded more natural to Warcraft.
  • Lord Nicholas Buzan was named after Nick Buzan, a friend of level designer David Fried.
  • Fried created a black-haired and white-haired paladin to add more immersion and backstory rather than using the standard paladin. He also chose to give them unique and permanent names for each mission they appear in, considering it weird if Digging up the Dead always had Uther while the other paladins had random names.

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