I'm looking for a turn-based strategy fantasy game I played in the late 90s on a Windows PC.
From what I remember the game is based around managing a (medieval?) village with different classes of characters (including at least warriors, wizards and bards).
Each turn you could set each villager activities including farming and practicing their skills, maybe also construction, item making or gathering other resources (wood, etc.).
The village is routinely attacked by other humans and monsters, so the villagers needed to be fairly versed in their own skills, but they also needed to be fed.
There were turn based battles where you had to move your villagers and attack the invading forces. Warriors attacked with handheld weapons, wizards with magic and I think bards had magic for attack and healing.
Characters could be given items or weapons to improve their stats. I'm unsure if these items were made in the village or captured off enemies, possibly both.
I think the aim of the game was to build a strong enough army to attack the monsters on their own land.
I think the village was displayed in an isometric grid.