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reaching into the velvet pouch, he withdrew a sterling silver lock picking tool. He studied it carefully, marveling at the unmatched precision of its craftsmanship.
He plucked at the torch's oil soaked wrappings. Although the rags were heavy with the scent of kerosne, he had no way ot be certain how long the torch would last once lit.
Laying the brown parcel aside...one carefully undoes the short length of stream that binds the package. Although standard rations generally' contained salted sweetmeats, hard rolls, sliced apples, and strawberry tarts, one is eager to
Slicing air with the weaon, he made a few passes at an imaginary foe. Although the sword was not the most remarkable he had hever held, it would serve well enough if he found himself
While his woodworkings skills wouldn't give his rivals reason to quite their professions, the crafter's staffmanship was exceptional. From the bole of a yew tree, he had fashioned a staff which looked as
Betrayal at Krondor is a DOS-based computer role-playing game developed by Dynamix and published by Sierra On-Line in 1993. Betrayal at Krondor takes place largely in Midkemia, the fantasy world developed by
A shop in LaMut. Run by a sly-looking elven owner, the Fletcher’s Post exclusively deals in exotic archer’s goods, particularly elven arrows, and repair of crossbows. The proprietor has been known to
Isunatus is a person in Cavall Keep who was given a small fortune by the moredhel. A letter testifying the transaction is found in a chest near Silden:
It is made of scales rendered like a cancerous human torso. It is worth of two suits of standard plate. Armor mod: 40%, Racial mod: Dwarf (although there are no dwarf PCs in the game)
sword for their size, but it's a normal sword for a human. Damage: 25 (thrust) 33 (Swing), Accuracy:+15 (thrust)+0 (Swing), Racial mod: dwarf (although there are no dwarf PCs in the game)
AliceSoft Wiki is a fan-created wiki for Alice Soft (also known as AliceSoft) an eroge publisher for the computer market established in 1989, first for the PC-88 and PC-98, and later for PCs running Microsoft Windows platforms. The wiki offers…