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22nd Jan '18 3:38:10 AM Scifimaster92
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** In 2010, a [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q6oa9ifwLmU Trailer]] for a ''movie adaptation'' of the book has been released, and it effectively shows what happens when someone tries to do too much with too little. In an interview, she said that in the near future, she would make a films series that would rival ''Film/TheLordOfTheRings'', and a ''theme park'' inspired by her books.



** In 2010, a [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q6oa9ifwLmU Trailer]] for a ''movie adaptation'' of the book has been released, and it effectively shows what happens when someone tries to do too much with too little. In an interview, she said that in the near future, she would make a films series that would rival ''Film/TheLordOfTheRings'', and a ''theme park'' inspired by her books.
11th Jan '18 5:19:22 AM Scifimaster92
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* '''''Gloria Tesch''''' is a teenage writer that rose to infamy thanks to her work, Literature/TheMaradoniaSaga. Her work was backed by her own [[StageMom Stage Dad]], who has an army of lawyers and sock puppet accounts ready to silence anyone currently trying to speak out against it. Gloria was publicized as "the world's youngest novelist", when other people younger than her (even before her) have already written works of better quality.

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* '''''Gloria Tesch''''' is a teenage writer that rose to infamy thanks to her work, Literature/TheMaradoniaSaga.the ''Literature/MaradoniaSaga''. Her work was backed by her own [[StageMom Stage Dad]], who has an army of lawyers and sock puppet accounts ready to silence anyone currently trying to speak out against it. Gloria was publicized as "the world's youngest novelist", when other people younger than her (even before her) have already written works of better quality.
10th Jan '18 4:13:08 AM VAIAZ
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* '''''Gloria Tesch''''' is a teenage writer that rose to infamy thanks to her work, Literature/TheMaradoniaSaga. Her work was backed by her own [[StageMom Stage Dad]], who Awful has an army of lawyers and sock puppet accounts ready to silence anyone currently trying to speak out against it. Gloria was publicized as "the world's youngest novelist", when other people younger than her (even before her) have already written works of better quality.

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* '''''Gloria Tesch''''' is a teenage writer that rose to infamy thanks to her work, Literature/TheMaradoniaSaga. Her work was backed by her own [[StageMom Stage Dad]], who Awful has an army of lawyers and sock puppet accounts ready to silence anyone currently trying to speak out against it. Gloria was publicized as "the world's youngest novelist", when other people younger than her (even before her) have already written works of better quality.
10th Jan '18 4:11:40 AM VAIAZ
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* '''''Gloria Tesch''''' is a teenage writer that rose to infamy thanks to her work, Literature/TheMaradoniaSaga. Her work was backed by her own [[StageMom Stage Dad]], who Awful has an army of lawyers and sock puppet accounts ready to silence anyone currently trying to speak out against it. Gloria was publicized as "the world's youngest novelist", when other people younger than her (even before her) have already written works of better quality.
** ''The Maradonia Saga'' is a series of nine books (however, Tesch insists it's a ''trilogy''), and has more problems than there are story chapters (at least ''90'' chapters per book!). They all have awful formatting, a plot knee deep in Mary Sues, callous sociopathic protagonists, and a confusing plot that plagiarizes ideas from other, far more credible works). Sporks of the first three books can be found [[http://impishidea.com/tag/maradonia-%28series%29/ here]]; expect such exciting things as a talking grasshopper, Apollyon and the Club of Evil (that sings Mother Earth songs and has a water park), the salsa dance, and more!



* The '''''Literature/MaradoniaSaga''''' by Gloria Tesch. Awful formatting, a plot knee deep in Mary Sues, plagiarism to the Nth degree (with every idea being stolen from other, far more credible works) and the author has an army of lawyers and sock puppet accounts ready to silence anyone currently trying to speak out against it. Sporks of the first three books can be found [[http://impishidea.com/tag/maradonia-%28series%29/ here]]; expect such exciting things as a talking grasshopper, Apollyon and the Club of Evil (that sings Mother Earth songs and has a water park), the salsa dance, and more!
2nd Jan '18 11:23:02 PM Josef5678
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* The '''''Franchise/BaldursGate''''' novelizations by Phillip Athans are a prime example of how not to adapt a video game into book form. The story line is little more than a seemingly unending series of fight scenes with characters being killed off as quickly as they are introduced, not even touching upon the themes of the series and leaving out all of the intrigue and story present in the original games. Blatant character defilement abounds, with [[ActionGirl Jaheria]], a tough, strong woman in the games, being reduced to a little more than a DamselInDistress who exists to have sex with the main character. Her NiceGuy husband Khalid becomes a JerkAss DomesticAbuser for no reason whatsoever, and Imoen is turned from a plucky, cheerful girl to a depressed victim of the main character’s bullying who, for no reason other than FanService, has a pointless lesbian sex scene. The main character, Abdel Adrian, is an unlikable and uninteresting JerkAss who does little beyond fighting and having sex with various women and shows almost none of the interesting traits of the player character in the games, and yet is [[MarySue somehow fawned about and praised by almost everyone else in the story.]] The result was an adaptation entirely reviled by the fan base. It received near unanimous bashing on both [[https://www.amazon.co.uk/Baldurs-Forgotten-Realms-Philip-Athans/dp/0786915250/ref=pd_sim_14_1?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=SMWPP4Q4AZ6TMHJ1V2JP Amazon]] and [[https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/291738.Baldur_s_Gate_II Goodreads]] and WizardsOfTheCoast themselves made the novels CanonDiscontinuity. Even the writer of the final book, Drew Karpshyn, lamented that there was [[http://drewkarpyshyn.com/c/?page_id=7 little he could do to please fans after the mess made by the first two books.]]

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* The '''''Franchise/BaldursGate''''' novelizations by Phillip Athans are a prime example of how not to adapt a video game into book form. The story line is little more than a seemingly unending series of fight scenes with characters being killed off as quickly as they are introduced, not even touching upon the themes of the series and leaving out all of the intrigue and story present in the original games. Blatant character defilement abounds, with [[ActionGirl Jaheria]], a tough, strong woman in the games, being reduced to a little more than a DamselInDistress who exists to have sex with the main character. Her NiceGuy husband Khalid becomes a JerkAss DomesticAbuser for no reason whatsoever, and Imoen is turned from a plucky, cheerful girl to a depressed victim of the main character’s bullying who, for no reason other than FanService, has a pointless lesbian sex scene. The main character, Abdel Adrian, is an unlikable and uninteresting JerkAss who does little beyond fighting and having sex with various women and shows almost none of the interesting traits of the player character in the games, and yet is [[MarySue somehow fawned about and praised by almost everyone else in the story.]] The result was an adaptation entirely reviled by the fan base. It received near unanimous bashing on both [[https://www.amazon.co.uk/Baldurs-Forgotten-Realms-Philip-Athans/dp/0786915250/ref=pd_sim_14_1?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=SMWPP4Q4AZ6TMHJ1V2JP Amazon]] and [[https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/291738.Baldur_s_Gate_II Goodreads]] and WizardsOfTheCoast Creator/WizardsOfTheCoast themselves made the novels CanonDiscontinuity. Even the writer of the final book, Drew Karpshyn, lamented that there was [[http://drewkarpyshyn.com/c/?page_id=7 little he could do to please fans after the mess made by the first two books.]]
1st Jan '18 6:38:00 PM Atlantis1930
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* The '''''Franchise/BaldursGate''''' novelizations by Phillip Athans are a prime example of how not to adapt a video game into book form. The story line is little more than a seemingly unending series of fight scenes with characters being killed off as quickly as they are introduced, not even touching upon the themes of the series and leaving out all of the intrigue and story present in the original games. Blatant character defilement abounds, with [[ActionGirl Jaheria]], a tough, strong woman in the games, being reduced to a little more than a DamselInDistress who exists to have sex with the main character. Her NiceGuy husband Khalid becomes a JerkAss DomesticAbuser for no reason whatsoever, and Imoen is turned from a plucky, cheerful girl to a depressed victim of the main character’s bullying who, for no reason other than FanService, has a pointless lesbian sex scene. The main character, Abdel Adrian, is an unlikable and uninteresting JerkAss who does little beyond fighting and having sex with various women and shows almost none of the interesting traits of the player character in the games, and yet is [[MarySue somehow fawned and praised by almost everyone else in the story.]] The result was an adaptation entirely reviled by the fan base. It received near unanimous bashing on both [[https://www.amazon.co.uk/Baldurs-Forgotten-Realms-Philip-Athans/dp/0786915250/ref=pd_sim_14_1?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=SMWPP4Q4AZ6TMHJ1V2JP Amazon]] and [[https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/291738.Baldur_s_Gate_II Goodreads]] and WizardsOfTheCoast themselves made the novels CanonDiscontinuity. Even the writer of the final book, Drew Karpshyn, lamented that there was [[http://drewkarpyshyn.com/c/?page_id=7 little he could do to please fans after the mess made by the first two books.]]

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* The '''''Franchise/BaldursGate''''' novelizations by Phillip Athans are a prime example of how not to adapt a video game into book form. The story line is little more than a seemingly unending series of fight scenes with characters being killed off as quickly as they are introduced, not even touching upon the themes of the series and leaving out all of the intrigue and story present in the original games. Blatant character defilement abounds, with [[ActionGirl Jaheria]], a tough, strong woman in the games, being reduced to a little more than a DamselInDistress who exists to have sex with the main character. Her NiceGuy husband Khalid becomes a JerkAss DomesticAbuser for no reason whatsoever, and Imoen is turned from a plucky, cheerful girl to a depressed victim of the main character’s bullying who, for no reason other than FanService, has a pointless lesbian sex scene. The main character, Abdel Adrian, is an unlikable and uninteresting JerkAss who does little beyond fighting and having sex with various women and shows almost none of the interesting traits of the player character in the games, and yet is [[MarySue somehow fawned about and praised by almost everyone else in the story.]] The result was an adaptation entirely reviled by the fan base. It received near unanimous bashing on both [[https://www.amazon.co.uk/Baldurs-Forgotten-Realms-Philip-Athans/dp/0786915250/ref=pd_sim_14_1?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=SMWPP4Q4AZ6TMHJ1V2JP Amazon]] and [[https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/291738.Baldur_s_Gate_II Goodreads]] and WizardsOfTheCoast themselves made the novels CanonDiscontinuity. Even the writer of the final book, Drew Karpshyn, lamented that there was [[http://drewkarpyshyn.com/c/?page_id=7 little he could do to please fans after the mess made by the first two books.]]
1st Jan '18 6:36:50 PM Atlantis1930
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* The '''''Franchise/BaldursGate''''' novelizations by Phillip Athans are a prime example of how not to adapt a video game into book form. The story line is little more than a seemingly unending series of fight scenes with characters being killed off as quickly as they are introduced, to pointless sex scenes involving the main character, not even touching upon the themes of the series and leaving out all of the intrigue and story present in the original games. Blatant character defilement abounds, with [[ActionGirl Jaheria]], a tough, strong woman in the games, being reduced to a little more than a DamselInDistress who exists to have sex with the main character. Her NiceGuy husband Khalid becomes a JerkAss DomesticAbuser for no reason whatsoever, and Imoen is turned from a plucky, cheerful girl to an depressed victim of the main character’s bullying who, for no reason other than FanService, has a pointless lesbian sex scene. The main character, Abdel Adrian, is an unlikable and uninteresting JerkAss who does little beyond fighting and having sex with various women and shows almost none of the interesting traits of the player character in the games, and yet is [[MarySue somehow fawned and praised by almost everyone else in the story.]] The result was an adaptation entirely reviled by the fan base. It received near unanimous bashing on both [[https://www.amazon.co.uk/Baldurs-Forgotten-Realms-Philip-Athans/dp/0786915250/ref=pd_sim_14_1?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=SMWPP4Q4AZ6TMHJ1V2JP Amazon]] and [[https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/291738.Baldur_s_Gate_II Goodreads]] and WizardsOfTheCoast themselves made the novels CanonDiscontinuity. Even the writer of the final book, Drew Karpshyn, lamented that there was [[http://drewkarpyshyn.com/c/?page_id=7 little he could do to please fans after the mess made by the first two books.]]

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* The '''''Franchise/BaldursGate''''' novelizations by Phillip Athans are a prime example of how not to adapt a video game into book form. The story line is little more than a seemingly unending series of fight scenes with characters being killed off as quickly as they are introduced, to pointless sex scenes involving the main character, not even touching upon the themes of the series and leaving out all of the intrigue and story present in the original games. Blatant character defilement abounds, with [[ActionGirl Jaheria]], a tough, strong woman in the games, being reduced to a little more than a DamselInDistress who exists to have sex with the main character. Her NiceGuy husband Khalid becomes a JerkAss DomesticAbuser for no reason whatsoever, and Imoen is turned from a plucky, cheerful girl to an a depressed victim of the main character’s bullying who, for no reason other than FanService, has a pointless lesbian sex scene. The main character, Abdel Adrian, is an unlikable and uninteresting JerkAss who does little beyond fighting and having sex with various women and shows almost none of the interesting traits of the player character in the games, and yet is [[MarySue somehow fawned and praised by almost everyone else in the story.]] The result was an adaptation entirely reviled by the fan base. It received near unanimous bashing on both [[https://www.amazon.co.uk/Baldurs-Forgotten-Realms-Philip-Athans/dp/0786915250/ref=pd_sim_14_1?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=SMWPP4Q4AZ6TMHJ1V2JP Amazon]] and [[https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/291738.Baldur_s_Gate_II Goodreads]] and WizardsOfTheCoast themselves made the novels CanonDiscontinuity. Even the writer of the final book, Drew Karpshyn, lamented that there was [[http://drewkarpyshyn.com/c/?page_id=7 little he could do to please fans after the mess made by the first two books.]]
1st Jan '18 6:28:25 PM Atlantis1930
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* The '''''Franchise/BaldursGate''''' novelizations by Phillip Athans are a prime example of how not to adapt a video game into book form. The story line is little more than a seemingly unending series of fight scenes with characters being killed off as quickly as they are introduced, to pointless sex scenes involving the main character, not even touching upon the themes of the series and leaving out all of the intrigue and story present in the original games. Blatant character defilement abounds, with [[ActionGirl Jaheria]], a tough, strong woman in the games, being reduced to a little more than a DamselInDistress who exists to have sex with the main character. Her NiceGuy husband Khalid becomes a JerkAss DomesticAbuser for no reason whatsoever, and Imoen is turned from a plucky, cheerful girl to an depressed victim of the main character’s bullying who, for no reason other than FanService, has a pointless lesbian sex scene. The main character, Abdel Adrian, is an unlikable and uninteresting JerkAss who does little beyond fighting and having sex with various women and shows almost none of the interesting traits of the player character in the games, and yet is [[MarySue somehow fawned and praised by almost everyone else in the story.]] The result was an adaptation entirely reviled by the fan base. It received near unanimous bashing on both [[https://www.amazon.co.uk/Baldurs-Forgotten-Realms-Philip-Athans/dp/0786915250/ref=pd_sim_14_1?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=SMWPP4Q4AZ6TMHJ1V2JP Amazon]] and [[https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/291738.Baldur_s_Gate_II Goodreads]] and Creator/Wizards of the Coast themselves made the novels CanonDiscontinuity. Even the writer of the final book, Drew Karpshyn, lamented that there was [[http://drewkarpyshyn.com/c/?page_id=7 little he could do to please fans after the mess made by the first two books.]]

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* The '''''Franchise/BaldursGate''''' novelizations by Phillip Athans are a prime example of how not to adapt a video game into book form. The story line is little more than a seemingly unending series of fight scenes with characters being killed off as quickly as they are introduced, to pointless sex scenes involving the main character, not even touching upon the themes of the series and leaving out all of the intrigue and story present in the original games. Blatant character defilement abounds, with [[ActionGirl Jaheria]], a tough, strong woman in the games, being reduced to a little more than a DamselInDistress who exists to have sex with the main character. Her NiceGuy husband Khalid becomes a JerkAss DomesticAbuser for no reason whatsoever, and Imoen is turned from a plucky, cheerful girl to an depressed victim of the main character’s bullying who, for no reason other than FanService, has a pointless lesbian sex scene. The main character, Abdel Adrian, is an unlikable and uninteresting JerkAss who does little beyond fighting and having sex with various women and shows almost none of the interesting traits of the player character in the games, and yet is [[MarySue somehow fawned and praised by almost everyone else in the story.]] The result was an adaptation entirely reviled by the fan base. It received near unanimous bashing on both [[https://www.amazon.co.uk/Baldurs-Forgotten-Realms-Philip-Athans/dp/0786915250/ref=pd_sim_14_1?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=SMWPP4Q4AZ6TMHJ1V2JP Amazon]] and [[https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/291738.Baldur_s_Gate_II Goodreads]] and Creator/Wizards of the Coast WizardsOfTheCoast themselves made the novels CanonDiscontinuity. Even the writer of the final book, Drew Karpshyn, lamented that there was [[http://drewkarpyshyn.com/c/?page_id=7 little he could do to please fans after the mess made by the first two books.]]
1st Jan '18 6:27:47 PM Atlantis1930
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* The '''''Franchise/BaldursGate''''' novelizations by Phillip Athans are a prime example of how not to adapt a video game into book form. The story line is little more than a seemingly unending series of fight scenes with characters being killed off as quickly as they are introduced, to pointless sex scenes involving the main character, not even touching upon the themes of the series and leaving out all of the intrigue and story present in the original games. Blatant character defilement abounds, with [[ActionGirl Jaheria]], a tough, strong woman in the games, being reduced to a little more than a DamselInDistress who exists to have sex with the main character. Her NiceGuy husband Khalid becomes a JerkAss DomesticAbuser for no reason whatsoever, and Imoen is turned from a plucky, cheerful girl to an depressed victim of the main character’s bullying who, for no reason other than FanService, has a pointless lesbian sex scene. The main character, Abdel Adrian, is an unlikable and uninteresting JerkAss who does little beyond fighting and having sex with various women and shows almost none of the interesting traits of the player character in the games, and yet is [[MarySue somehow fawned and praised by almost everyone else in the story.]] The result was an adaptation entirely reviled by the fan base. It received near unanimous bashing on both [[https://www.amazon.co.uk/Baldurs-Forgotten-Realms-Philip-Athans/dp/0786915250/ref=pd_sim_14_1?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=SMWPP4Q4AZ6TMHJ1V2JP Amazon]] and [[https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/291738.Baldur_s_Gate_II Goodreads]] and Creator/WizardsoftheCoast themselves made the novels CanonDiscontinuity. Even the writer of the final book, Drew Karpshyn, lamented that there was [[http://drewkarpyshyn.com/c/?page_id=7 little he could do to please fans after the mess made by the first two books.]]

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* The '''''Franchise/BaldursGate''''' novelizations by Phillip Athans are a prime example of how not to adapt a video game into book form. The story line is little more than a seemingly unending series of fight scenes with characters being killed off as quickly as they are introduced, to pointless sex scenes involving the main character, not even touching upon the themes of the series and leaving out all of the intrigue and story present in the original games. Blatant character defilement abounds, with [[ActionGirl Jaheria]], a tough, strong woman in the games, being reduced to a little more than a DamselInDistress who exists to have sex with the main character. Her NiceGuy husband Khalid becomes a JerkAss DomesticAbuser for no reason whatsoever, and Imoen is turned from a plucky, cheerful girl to an depressed victim of the main character’s bullying who, for no reason other than FanService, has a pointless lesbian sex scene. The main character, Abdel Adrian, is an unlikable and uninteresting JerkAss who does little beyond fighting and having sex with various women and shows almost none of the interesting traits of the player character in the games, and yet is [[MarySue somehow fawned and praised by almost everyone else in the story.]] The result was an adaptation entirely reviled by the fan base. It received near unanimous bashing on both [[https://www.amazon.co.uk/Baldurs-Forgotten-Realms-Philip-Athans/dp/0786915250/ref=pd_sim_14_1?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=SMWPP4Q4AZ6TMHJ1V2JP Amazon]] and [[https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/291738.Baldur_s_Gate_II Goodreads]] and Creator/WizardsoftheCoast Creator/Wizards of the Coast themselves made the novels CanonDiscontinuity. Even the writer of the final book, Drew Karpshyn, lamented that there was [[http://drewkarpyshyn.com/c/?page_id=7 little he could do to please fans after the mess made by the first two books.]]
1st Jan '18 6:26:47 PM Atlantis1930
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* The '''''Franchise/BaldursGate''''' novelizations by Phillip Athans are a prime example of how not to adapt a video game into book form. The story line is little more than a seemingly unending series of fight scenes with characters being killed off as quickly as they are introduced, to pointless sex scenes involving the main character, not even touching upon the themes of the series and leaving out all of the intrigue and story present in the original games. Blatant character defilement abounds, with [[ActionGirl Jaheria]], a tough, strong woman in the games, being reduced to a little more than a DamselInDistress who exists to have sex with the main character. Her NiceGuy husband Khalid becomes a JerkAss DomesticAbuser for no reason whatsoever, and Imoen is turned from a plucky, cheerful girl to an depressed victim of the main character’s bullying who, for no reason other than FanService, has a pointless lesbian sex scene. The main character, Abdel Adrian, is an unlikable and uninteresting JerkAss who does little beyond fighting and having sex with various women and shows almost none of the interesting traits of the player character in the games, and yet is [[MarySue somehow fawned and praised by almost everyone else in the story.]] The result was an adaptation entirely reviled by the fan base. It received near unanimous bashing on both [[https://www.amazon.co.uk/Baldurs-Forgotten-Realms-Philip-Athans/dp/0786915250/ref=pd_sim_14_1?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=SMWPP4Q4AZ6TMHJ1V2JP Amazon]] and [[https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/291738.Baldur_s_Gate_II Goodreads]] and Wizards of the coast themselves made the novels CanonDiscontinuity. Even the writer of the final book, Drew Karpshyn, lamented that there was [[http://drewkarpyshyn.com/c/?page_id=7 little he could do to please fans after the mess made by the first two books.]]

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* The '''''Franchise/BaldursGate''''' novelizations by Phillip Athans are a prime example of how not to adapt a video game into book form. The story line is little more than a seemingly unending series of fight scenes with characters being killed off as quickly as they are introduced, to pointless sex scenes involving the main character, not even touching upon the themes of the series and leaving out all of the intrigue and story present in the original games. Blatant character defilement abounds, with [[ActionGirl Jaheria]], a tough, strong woman in the games, being reduced to a little more than a DamselInDistress who exists to have sex with the main character. Her NiceGuy husband Khalid becomes a JerkAss DomesticAbuser for no reason whatsoever, and Imoen is turned from a plucky, cheerful girl to an depressed victim of the main character’s bullying who, for no reason other than FanService, has a pointless lesbian sex scene. The main character, Abdel Adrian, is an unlikable and uninteresting JerkAss who does little beyond fighting and having sex with various women and shows almost none of the interesting traits of the player character in the games, and yet is [[MarySue somehow fawned and praised by almost everyone else in the story.]] The result was an adaptation entirely reviled by the fan base. It received near unanimous bashing on both [[https://www.amazon.co.uk/Baldurs-Forgotten-Realms-Philip-Athans/dp/0786915250/ref=pd_sim_14_1?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=SMWPP4Q4AZ6TMHJ1V2JP Amazon]] and [[https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/291738.Baldur_s_Gate_II Goodreads]] and Wizards of the coast Creator/WizardsoftheCoast themselves made the novels CanonDiscontinuity. Even the writer of the final book, Drew Karpshyn, lamented that there was [[http://drewkarpyshyn.com/c/?page_id=7 little he could do to please fans after the mess made by the first two books.]]
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