History VideoGame / BetrayalAtKrondor

15th Aug '16 7:07:46 AM dsollen
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* UnderratedAndOverleveled: It's subtle, but Owyn is a lot stronger then he probably should be at the start of the game. For starters his spellcasting stat is quite high at the start of the game, he is limited only in lack of offensive spells (though blind thy eyes is surprisingly effective). However, his melee defense is what really stands out. He is traveling with two warriors who are both legendary fighters in their homes, yet Owyn' defense stats are almost as high as theirs, and not far below their melee stats. That means that Owyn would be able to parry more then half the attacks from some of the best warriors of their world mechanically. That's still pretty good from someone who has never even been trained in use of a staff as a weapon.
15th Aug '16 6:25:55 AM dsollen
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* CuttingTheKnot: Traps will show up throughout the games. Passing through hostile areas will do a lethally massive amount of damage, forcing one to figure out a means of disabling or circumventing them. Or one can cast a shield spell, cheap and available in the first chapter, that absorbs all damage for a few turns and walk right through the hostile traps instead. The shield option usually is quicker even if you know how to disable the trap.
18th May '16 6:32:56 PM KD
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** If you know where you're going, there are some powerful items scattered about in random places. With relative quickness, you can pick up Thiful's Bird Migrations[[note]]a book that raises all stats, from an early quest[[/note], Flamecast[[note]]your first direct-damage spell, from a hidden area about two days from where you start[[/note]], a Lightning Staff[[note]]a huge upgrade from Owyn's wooden staff, from answering two trivia questions[[/note]], and Fetters of Rime[[note]]a freezing spell, from a chest hidden behind a random house[[/note]].

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** If you know where you're going, there are some powerful items scattered about in random places. With relative quickness, you can pick up Thiful's Bird Migrations[[note]]a book that raises all stats, from an early quest[[/note], quest[[/note]], Flamecast[[note]]your first direct-damage spell, from a hidden area about two days from where you start[[/note]], a Lightning Staff[[note]]a huge upgrade from Owyn's wooden staff, from answering two trivia questions[[/note]], and Fetters of Rime[[note]]a freezing spell, from a chest hidden behind a random house[[/note]].
18th May '16 6:32:18 PM KD
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* DiscOneNuke: Using a few money-making exploits, it's not that hard to get a set of Greatswords (the third-best sword and best purchasable sword in the game) without even leaving the first area of the first chapter.

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Using a few money-making exploits, it's not that hard to get a set of Greatswords (the third-best sword and best purchasable sword in the game) without even leaving the first area of the first chapter.



** If you know where you're going, there are some powerful items scattered about in random places. With relative quickness, you can pick up Thiful's Bird Migrations[[note]]a book that raises all stats, from an early quest[[/note], Flamecast[[note]]your first direct-damage spell, from a hidden area about two days from where you start[[/note]], a Lightning Staff[[note]]a huge upgrade from Owyn's wooden staff, from answering two trivia questions[[/note]], and Fetters of Rime[[note]]a freezing spell, from a chest hidden behind a random house[[/note]].



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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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