You will need spider riders to access this zone. Use one to hit the two magic plates on the webs next to the town gate. That's about all you need the spider mounts for, but you might use them once more to get around the formations on the next map. Use a combination of red, green and brown minions to fight through the formations. If there are leaders, you should be able to get to them, but for the most part a large barrage of fireballs should take care of things. Circumvent the final few formations by using spider riders to attack the leader, and then moving up to the stairs to the side gallery and killing the archers. You can stop reinforcements from appearing by destroying the tents behind formations. Open the gate of the town by using the possessor stone and then sneaking in.
Overlord 2 Walkthrough and Guide. If you're planning to dominate Everlight, ensure that you have enslaved the 80 villagers that are initially reachable before triggering this quest. You have to be very careful not to kill any of the rebels, as they count as villagers and may botch your attempt to enslave the entire town. To be safe, create a separate save file before starting this quest, in case you or your Minions kill one of the rebels. Be sure to create two save files, since Overlord II will automatically designate your latest manual save as an auto-save slot. Alternatively, you can change the auto-save slot in the Options section of the pause menu. Task: Find a way into the Elf village Leave your Minions in the Netherworld, and make your way to the north-most Waypoint Gate in the town.
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Overlord 2 Walkthrough and Guide. After conquering Everlight Town, you can either kill or enslave the population to fully control it. There are villagers in the town, but you are only able to reach 80 of them initially. To complete this quest, you need to either kill all , or enslave all To kill a villager, you need to lock-on and either hit him or her with your weapon, or overcharge your Target spell.