History VideoGame / EyeOfTheBeholder

9th Jun '16 7:26:36 AM StFan
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* EndlessCorridor: ''[=EotB2=]'' features a seemingly endless corridor in an already frustrating level, thanks to one of the "sneaky teleporters" of the game, who sends the party back a few squares with no visual clue. Leaving an item on the floor allow one to realize what's going on. There's no way to ever reach the other end of the corridor.
6th Jun '16 6:24:11 AM StFan
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* TrueSight: The ''True Seeing'' spell allows you to see through the many secret illusory walls dispersed through the mazes in the games.
23rd May '16 3:44:39 PM StFan
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!!''Eye of the Beholder'' provides examples of:
23rd May '16 3:34:25 PM StFan
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* DeadEndRoom: ''[=EotB2=]'' has two No Exit examples.

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* DeadEndRoom: ''[=EotB2=]'' has two No Exit examples. To make it all the more frustrating, both of them also give you very good magical equipment, which easily leads the player to think there must be ''some'' way to get out and keep the stuff.



** To make it all the more frustrating, both of the above also give you very good magical equipment, which easily leads the player to think there must be ''some'' way to get out and keep the stuff.
23rd May '16 2:49:14 PM timotaka
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** To make it all the more frustrating, both of the above also give you very good magical equipment, which easily leads the player to think there must be ''some'' way to get out and keep the stuff.
18th Feb '16 4:40:28 AM StFan
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* EightiesHair: The Drow named Shindia Darkeyes.



* ArbitraryHeadcountLimit: You start the game with four characters, even when importing to the sequels. You may get upto six. The second game also has an NPC that runs off, but he won't do it if you reduce your party size after recruiting him.

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* ArbitraryHeadcountLimit: You start the game with four characters, even when importing to the sequels. You may get upto up to six. The second game also has an NPC that runs off, but he won't do it if you reduce your party size after recruiting him.



* DoubleMeaning: Deep in the first game, at the start of the Mind Flayer level, a wall engraving reads "Alignment must be true". Since this is a ''D&D'' game, you'd expect it to be a cryptic mention about CharacterAlignment. [[spoiler:In truth, it's a hint about how to open the next secret passage, which is a the end of an ''alignment'' of hidden doors.]]

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* DoubleMeaning: Deep in the first game, at the start of the Mind Flayer level, a wall engraving reads "Alignment must be true". true." Since this is a ''D&D'' game, you'd expect it to be a cryptic mention about CharacterAlignment. [[spoiler:In truth, it's a hint about how to open the next secret passage, which is a the end of an ''alignment'' of hidden doors.]]



* EightiesHair: The Drow named Shindia Darkeyes.



* LevelGrinding: Some actions or locations will spawn monsters regularly and foreseeably. This can be used to grind [=XPs=] pretty quickly with a party properly prepared for the specific enemy, if you're patient enough.

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* LevelGrinding: Some actions or locations will spawn monsters regularly and foreseeably. previsibly. This can be used to grind [=XPs=] XP pretty quickly with a party properly prepared for the specific enemy, if you're patient enough.



*** The most useful place early on is the kenku (bird-men) level. They're worth a lot of [=XPs=] but are not terribly dangerous once you neutralize their main attack (''Magic Missiles'') with a pair of mages protected by a ''Shield'' spell in the front row.

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*** The most useful place early on is the kenku (bird-men) level. They're worth a lot of [=XPs=] XP but are not terribly dangerous once you neutralize their main attack (''Magic Missiles'') with a pair of mages protected by a ''Shield'' spell in the front row.



*** There are spots where a WillOWisp or a bulette will automatically appears as soon as you step in. Dangerous monsters in either case, but once again worth lots of [=XPs=], and easily handled by a well-prepared party.

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*** There are spots where a WillOWisp or a bulette will automatically appears as soon as you step in. Dangerous monsters in either case, but once again worth lots of [=XPs=], XP, and easily handled by a well-prepared party.



* PoisonedWeapons: The Drow Shindia Darkeyes fights with poisoned daggers.



* UngratefulBastard: At one point in ''[=EotB2=]'', you have the option to help out a beholder stuck into a circular hole in the ceiling. If you choose so, it thanks you... and then immediately attacks the party because it's hungry.

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* UngratefulBastard: At one point in ''[=EotB2=]'', you have the option to help out a beholder stuck into a circular hole in the ceiling. If you choose so, it thanks you... and then immediately attacks the party because it's hungry.In ''[=EotB2=]''...



** At one point, you have the option to help out a beholder stuck inside a circular hole on the ceiling. If you choose so, it thanks you... and then immediately attacks the party because it's hungry.



* WizardNeedsFoodBadly: Not so much of an issue though, as the game gives you more than enough rations to last until your cleric can learn a very useful ''Create Food'' spell, that instantly fills the entire party's hunger bars. The first game actually contains enough food to make it through ''without'' the ''Create Food'' spell -- although adventuring without a cleric is a bad idea for other reasons.

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* WizardNeedsFoodBadly: Not The characters need to eat or start losing hit points. This is not so much of an issue though, as the game gives you more than enough rations to last until your cleric can learn a very useful ''Create Food'' spell, that instantly fills the entire party's hunger bars. The first game actually contains enough food to make it through ''without'' the ''Create Food'' spell -- although adventuring without a cleric is a bad idea for other reasons.
17th Feb '16 5:12:37 PM Nevermore2002
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** Insal the halfling thief. After freeing him from his cell, [[SoLongAndThanksForAllTheGear he robs you the next time you rest]].
17th Feb '16 5:07:43 PM Nevermore2002
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* ViolenceIsTheOnlyOption: In the Temple of Darkmoon, if you try to enter the closed doors, the two priests will warn you to stop. Since you can't progress in the game if you obey, you have no other choice but attacking the priests.
19th Jan '16 4:40:13 AM jormis29
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*** There are spots where a will-o-wisp or a bulette will automatically appears as soon as you step in. Dangerous monsters in either case, but once again worth lots of [=XPs=], and easily handled by a well-prepared party.

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*** There are spots where a will-o-wisp WillOWisp or a bulette will automatically appears as soon as you step in. Dangerous monsters in either case, but once again worth lots of [=XPs=], and easily handled by a well-prepared party.
25th Dec '15 2:15:45 AM StFan
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* MissionControlIsOffItsMeds: In ''The Temple of Darkmoon'', the last time Khelben Blackstaff contacts you, [[spoiler:it's actually the bad guy in disguise. He tells you to go to the next room and drop dead, almost literally. Considering your last conversation was [[LostInTransmission abruptly cut off]] by a magic barrier, it should be fairly obvious that something's fishy -- in the Amiga version, it also plays [[MusicalSpoiler distinctly different background music]] for the cutscene.]]



* VoiceWithAnInternetConnection: Khelben Blackstaff, in the second game. Subverted once, [[spoiler:when it's actually the bad guy in disguise. He tells you to go to the next room and drop dead, almost literally. Considering your last conversation was [[LostInTransmission abruptly cut off]] by a magic barrier, it should be fairly obvious that something's fishy -- in the Amiga version, it also plays [[MusicalSpoiler distinctly different background music]] for the cutscene.]]

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* VoiceWithAnInternetConnection: Khelben Blackstaff, in the second game. Subverted once, [[spoiler:when it's actually the bad guy in disguise. He tells you to go to the next room and drop dead, almost literally. Considering your last conversation was [[LostInTransmission abruptly cut off]] by a magic barrier, it should be fairly obvious that something's fishy -- in the Amiga version, it also plays [[MusicalSpoiler distinctly different background music]] for the cutscene.]]
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