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Posted at 19:33 on September 12th, 2019 | Quote | Edit | Delete
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Speaking of unique stories: I really liked this one for the unusual setup. No save the princess/kingdom/world scenario… no simply save your skin from that nasty curse. As far as I remember you had a bit of freedom in which order you wanted to break the bonds. Though come to think of it the prequel, Pool of Radiance was kind of generous this way too.
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Dear Sir, I object strongly with the last thread, and the next post.
Posted at 18:46 on August 7th, 2019 | Quote | Edit | Delete
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This is the second game in SSI's Gold Box Advanced Dungeons & Dragons epic. If you enjoyed Pool of Radiance, this game scratches much of the same itch – plenty of exploration, monsters to defeat, and treasure to be found. This game continues the concepts the first game brought to the table: solid combat, classic D&D rules (for better and worse), lots of places to get lost in, and a strongly immersive world.


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