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 Q: The released version of AB establishes the Great Conflux as the union of armies from the four Elemental Planes (plus the fifth and sixth element, thought and magic) that was sent by the Elemental Lords (called the elemental gods by Roland in the campaign) to help stop Lucifer Kreegan from using Armageddon’s Blade to burn the world of Enroth.
 The Conflux itself is shown to be composed of elementals who respect mortals, but the reasons of the Elemental Lords themselves for sending them to Erathia’s aid are not made clear (which is highlighted by characters), only hinted at in AB and MM8 (the latter revealing that the Elemental Lords created the planet long ago, and that it’s destruction would victimize their plane), Roland wondering about it and harboring some distrust towards the Conflux heroes.
 Can you tell us more about the forming of the Conflux and it aiding Erathia against the Kreegans?
 A: My conception of the Conflux was relatively straightforward. Conflux Heroes and the associated Elemental troops were defenders of the natural world. When there is a threat to its continued existence, they make their presence known, assert themselves, and attempt to eliminate the threat. They have no allegiance to anyone or anything, other than the preservation of the world.
 Anything beyond this was developed after I departed NWC.

Greg Fulton, the lead designer of HoMM3 (RoE and AB)

Tavern of Might and Magic [1] Interview (2019.02.28)

Fanstratics Newsletter #4 (December 2020)

Build Tree of Conflux in Hota post 1.7.0[edit]

The patch altered the Conflux build tree. I fixed the text but couldn't alter the image nicely to present the new build tree. Can someone do it? - Csaros
Might need to clear your cache for it to update. Did I do it right? –imahero 19:31, 14 January 2024 (UTC)
Garden of Life still required Magic Lantern. Apart from that, the new screen is correct. Thank you for help, imahero. Csaros 14:30, 17 January 2024 (CET)
How about now? –imahero 20:00, 17 January 2024 (UTC)
I believe it's correct now. Thank you for help -Csaros (talk) 10:22, 18 January 2024 (UTC)