To use a cheat code, press the [enter] key, type in the code, and press enter again. The message "Cheat Code Enabled" should appear. These codes only work in single-player missions and custom maps. These codes are NOT case-sensitive.
|Warcraft III cheats|
|TenthLevelTaurenChieftain||Plays Power of the Horde by Tenth Level Tauren Chieftain.|
|WarpTen||Speeds construction of buildings and units.|
|KeyserSoze [amount]||Gives you X Gold.|
|LeafitToMe [amount]||Gives you X Lumber.|
|GreedIsGood [amount]||Gives you X Gold and Lumber.|
|PointBreak||Removes food limit.|
|Motherland [race] [level]||Level jump.|
|IseeDeadPeople||Remove fog of war.|
|Synergy||Disable tech tree requirements.|
|RiseAndShine||Set time of day to dawn.|
|LightsOut||Set time of day to dusk.|
|DayLightSavings [time]||If a time is specified, time of day is set to that, otherwise time of day is alternately halted/resumed.|
|TheDudeAbides||Resets all cooldowns.|
- As with the cheat codes in the earlier Warcraft games, most of the Warcraft III codes are pop culture references:
- "Warp ten" is a reference to Star Trek, in which faster-than-light travel speeds are measured in warp factors.
- Iocaine powder is a fictional poison from the book and film The Princess Bride.
- Keyser Söze is the crime lord antagonist of the film The Usual Suspects.
- "Greed is good" refers to the signature line of Gordon Gekko in the film Wall Street.
- "There is no spoon" is a line from the film The Matrix.
- "Strength and honor" is a Roman motto from the film Gladiator and later became a Horde catchphrase in World of Warcraft.
- "Somebody set up us the bomb" and "All your base are belong to us" refer to the internet meme All your base are belong to us from the game Zero Wing.
- "Who is John Galt" is a line from the book Atlas Shrugged.
- "I see dead people" is a line from the film The Sixth Sense.
- "The Dude abides" is a line from the film The Big Lebowski.