Toggle navigation. Genres action action-adventure adventure puzzle racing rpg shooter simulation sports strategy vehicle simulation applications Search by Title Keyword Year Company Designer DOS classics Windows classics Windows 3. This game is based on the rules and background created by TSR, Inc. The Solamnic commander of Gargath Outpost has asked your characters back to celebrate the victory--to share memories and feasting with old comrades.
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Toggle navigation. Genres action action-adventure adventure puzzle racing rpg shooter simulation sports strategy vehicle simulation applications Search by Title Keyword Year Company Designer DOS classics Windows classics Windows 3. This game is based on the rules and background created by TSR, Inc.
The Solamnic commander of Gargath Outpost has asked your characters back to celebrate the victory--to share memories and feasting with old comrades. Your adventuring party looks forward to a peaceful and uneventful celebration The Adventurer's Journal contains a variety of information including details about character classes, magic, combat and an introduction to the adventure story. The Journal also includes the maps, information, rumors and stories that you will need to play the game. As you play the game you will discover for yourself which of the tales you hear are fact and which are fiction.
The Data Card explains how to start the game and select items and menu options with your specific computer. It also shows how to get right into the game without having to read through the rules. See your Data Card for more details. When you start the game, you will be asked to answer a verification question from this rule book or the Adventurer's Journal before you can play.
Us the instructions on the Data Card to load the saved game and begin playing. Use this rule book to answer any questions during play. Using Menus All commands are menu based, and the concept of the active character is central to the game.
During combat the active character is chosen automatically according to a character's initiative and random factors. Other times you select the active character. If a command affects the whole party, just select the command. If the command affects one character, make that character active and then chose the command.
The computer displays al list of that character's items and their readied status. Menus are displayed either vertically or horizontally. Vertical menus select the character, item, or spell to be acted upon. Example: When purchasing items, selections are made from a vertical menu list of equipment. Horizontal menus list what the active character can do, or what can be done to him. In the rules, menus are shown with all of their options, although in some cases, options will not be available every time a menu appears.
The rule book only lists the general game menus. Detailed information about characters, races, classes and so on is available in the Journal under Characters and Parties beginning on page 2. This command displays the following menus to define the character. Gender affects the character's maximum strength. Each deity confers unique powers to its clerics and determines which alignments a character can be. See the Deities section in the Journal for more details. The computer randomly generates the character's ability scores after you choose alignment.
If you are not happy with the character's scores you may roll them again. This name will be automatically saved to disk. On some computer systems the character is named after the abilities scores are generated, on others the name is entered after the combat icon is selected. Customize this icon to represent the character's favorite weapon, armor and colors. Different computers and graphic adapters have different capabilities; experiment to create the best icon for each character.
A party is a group of characters composed of up to six player characters called PCs and up to two non-player characters called NPCs. A party should have a balanced mix of characters with different classes. For more information about building parties see Building a Successful Party on page 9 of the Journal.
You will also need to indicate the last game the character adventured in with the From Where Menu. See your Data Card for more information.
This option is only available on some computer systems. Not all of the options are available at all times. A dropped character cannot be recovered. A character cannot be modified once he has begun adventuring. Characters may only advance one level per class per training session. Training takes no game time. When mages advance, they may add a spell to their spell books.
There is no charge for training characters. Look under Soamnic Knights on page 7 of the Journal. For more information see the Viewing Characters section. They may talk to the party, attack or even offer to join.
There re two kinds of NPCs: those who volunteer to join the party and those who will only give information or fight. NPCs that join the party are treated like player characters with a few differences. The computer commands NPCs in battle, and they have morale. If things are going badly for the party, NPCs may run. If you have a Knight in the party, his leadership ability may place NPCs under your control on some systems only -- see your Data Card.
Items can be traded to, but they cannot be traded from conscious NPCs to other characters. Only two NPCs at a time may join the party.
The moons affect the magical powers of all mages. Characters accumulate wealth, in the form of steel pieces, gems, and jewelry as they go. The value of gems and jewelry varies and can only be determined by having the items appraised in a shop. Encumbrance is the total weight the character is carrying. Combat Movement is how many squares a character can move during a combat segment. This is based on his readied armor, strength and total encumbrance. He cannot move or fight but is in no danger of dying.
DEAD status means that the character has died. Non-elf characters have a chance of being resurrected with magic. The character's chance of being resurrected is influenced by his constitution. See the Constitution Chart in the Journal. The character can be returned to normal with a Stone to Flesh spell which is available at any temple.
Red Robe mages may also learn the spell when they reach 10th-level. FLED combat only status means that the character has fled from the battle. After the battle he will rejoin the party. GONE status means that the character has been killed and the body lost. Nothing can bring the character back to life. From the View Menu several options are available to inspect the active character.
Not all of these commands are available at all times. Items preceded by a YES are ready for use. Not all commands in the Items Menu are always available. Only readied items can be used in combat. Arrows are assumed to be in a quiver and can be readied at all times. Some items will take both hands when readied bows, quarter staffs, etc. On some systems there are items that can only be readied or unreadied while in either camp or combat.
USE activates an item. If you are using an item in combat, the Aim Menu will appear if the item can be targeted. See the Combat section for details about the Aim Menu. TRADE transfer an item from the active character to another.
Choose the item to trade and then select which character is to receive it. Remember: a conscious NPC will not give up items. DROP permanently removes items from a character. Dropped items cannot be recovered. HALVE divides a bundle of some item into two bundles. This is handy for diving items to distribute among party members.
JOIN combines all similar items into one line. No more that similar items can be joined on one line. Many items, such as potions, cannot be joined.
ID is described under the Shops Menu.
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