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Author: overdrive (Mod)
Posted: April 04, 2009 (01:50 PM)
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You're really giving me a bit of an itch to start back up with Curse again, just so I can get to this one (and eventually Pools of Darkness). It'd be more of an itch, but for the fact I'm in the Drow-heavy part of Curse (did the village and now am in the cave they're camped in on my way to the Red Wizard's tower) and I frickin' hate fighting Drow with the great equipment and love of Hold Person spells.


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Author: aschultz
Posted: April 04, 2009 (08:16 PM)
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Thanks...a lot of the AD&D games, I really would like to play, but then just looking at the maps, it's enough, for now. Then again I did get around to Pool of Radiance(NES) after a long break. Your guide and review were a big help of course. Maybe I could still write up the hex guide. Hopefully I can write about Champions of Krynn with a look at the maps/guide. I meant to replay it so I could round out the guide a bit.


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