History VideoGame / BetrayalAtKrondor

15th Feb '16 7:25:12 AM MacronNotes
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* FishOutOfWater: Owyn and Gorath on [[spoiler:the alien world of Timiranya.]] Also Owyn in the [[spoiler:Northlands]], and in the whole adventuring business in general. He [[LikeAFishTakesToWater gets used to it quickly]], though.

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* FishOutOfWater: Owyn and Gorath on [[spoiler:the alien world of Timiranya.]] Also Owyn in the [[spoiler:Northlands]], and in the whole adventuring business in general. He [[LikeAFishTakesToWater [[LikeADuckTakesToWater gets used to it quickly]], though.
9th Dec '15 10:38:22 AM VaeVictis
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11th Nov '15 4:26:01 PM nombretomado
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''Betrayal at Krondor'' is a computer WesternRPG created in 1993 by Dynamix and published by Creator/{{Sierra}}. It takes place in Midkemia, Raymond E. Feist's [[TheRiftwarCycle Riftwar]] world. [[note]]However, despite the misconception, Feist did not write any of the plot or the in-game text (having been busy with one of his books at the time), and the story and original characters are entirely the brainchildren of Neal Hallford, lead writer and developer.[[/note]]

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''Betrayal at Krondor'' is a computer WesternRPG created in 1993 by Dynamix and published by Creator/{{Sierra}}. It takes place in Midkemia, Raymond E. Feist's [[TheRiftwarCycle Riftwar]] ''[[Literature/TheRiftwarCycle Riftwar]]'' world. [[note]]However, despite the misconception, Feist did not write any of the plot or the in-game text (having been busy with one of his books at the time), and the story and original characters are entirely the brainchildren of Neal Hallford, lead writer and developer.[[/note]]
6th Oct '15 4:30:49 AM Koveras
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Sierra published a SpiritualSuccessor ''VideoGame/BetrayalInAntara'' as well as a more direct sequel ReturnToKrondor, although neither were as well-received as the original game. In 1998 Feist [[{{Novelization}} novelized]] the game, and ''Krondor: The Betrayal'' became officially a part of the Riftwar canon.

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Sierra published a SpiritualSuccessor ''VideoGame/BetrayalInAntara'' as well as a more direct sequel ReturnToKrondor, ''VideoGame/ReturnToKrondor'', although neither were as well-received as the original game. In 1998 Feist [[{{Novelization}} novelized]] the game, and ''Krondor: The Betrayal'' became officially a part of the Riftwar canon.
15th Sep '15 1:27:49 AM Mikeyfan93
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8th Sep '15 10:06:24 PM Acebrock
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8th Sep '15 10:05:28 PM Acebrock
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15th Jun '15 2:17:31 AM MisterKerr
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* EquipmentSpoiler: A subversion. All swords and armor have a "racial mod" of either human, elven, or dwarven, granting a modest effectiveness bonus for the corresponding race. You'll never get a single dwarf, so even though the items are still perfectly usable, the dwarven racial bonus will never benefit you.

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* EquipmentSpoiler: A subversion. All swords and armor have a "racial mod" of either human, elven, or dwarven, or Tsurani, granting a modest effectiveness bonus for the corresponding race. You'll never get a single dwarf, dwarf or Tsurani, so even though the items are still perfectly usable, the dwarven racial bonus for those items will never benefit you.
25th Apr '15 3:57:45 AM Ramidel
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* GuideDangIt: Finding out the secret of the Corvallis family is nearly impossible, to the point where many players don't even know that there ''is'' a deeper connection between all of the stuff going on. [[spoiler: If you don't confront Count Corvallis about Navon du Sandau before meeting Ugyne Corvallis, which can be done by accident, you will never be able to complete that particular fork of the questline.]] It's still possible to complete the quest in another way, but this doesn't give you any deeper insight into the backstage events.
24th Apr '15 9:37:29 PM Ramidel
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* BlackWidow: [[spoiler: Gender-flipped. Navon du Sandau plans to off Count Corvallis, marry his daughter Ugyne and arrange a tragic accident on the wedding night.]]


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* BrotherSisterIncest: Defied by [[spoiler: Navon du Sandau, AKA Neville Corvallis. He plans to ''marry'' his half-sister Ugyne Corvallis under his alias, but he explicitly makes clear that he's not intending to conjugate it. [[BlackWidow He's going to dispose of her on the wedding night.]]]]
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