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First and foremost – if you like what you see here you can pick up the the game from this site: http://eador.com/B2/viewforum.php?f=33&sid=41581dd04c987162a1c076ddfb52afc0 . I believe the latest/greatest version of the game will be one of the pinned discussion threads at the top of that page.

A turn based strategy game of immense length and significant depth. Even more so with the New Horizons mod that I am playing the game with.

We will play the role of a certain Power - and our objective will be to... well.. I don't actually know. I haven't beaten the game. In fact I often get to a certain point and then fail over and over, but I still love the game and I want to record it.

It will play a bit like Masters of Magic - there is an overworld map to manage, and combat-maps in which your armies fight other armies. There's more to it than that though, and there is a difference between your castle and other towns - but we'll see that in game.

Graphically the game will look a bit.. oldish but I think that is part of its charm. Everything is easily recognizable - you should have no trouble seeing what is what.

I mentioned New Horizons - lets cover the mod briefly, if that's possible. It would take too long to cover everything - literally it would take me 3-6 hours to cover everything the mod changes. Eador itself has numerous races, spells, weapons, in game events, etc. The mod adds MORE of it and does a bit of rebalancing, since some spells/skills/units were by far and away better then others.

As for why I wanted to record it - I've been playing this game on and off since it first came out back in 2012 or so. When I saw a modded version of it I grabbed New Horizons and never looked back. It's amazing, more so now that the AI has been toned down a tad.

Lastly - before we begin know that I will... well.. I will probably lose. The game is unfair at times - you can get unlucky and then there's no saving your effort. The game is a rogue like in that regard as well so... it would be start over time. That can happen after hundreds of hours in the game too. So.. just a heads up.

Capcom's remake of the old class – this is a survival horror that I greatly enjoyed back in the day, and I've been nothing but impressed with this remake. We'll play the role of Claire for the first half, then Leon for the second trying to shoot, sneak and stab our way past Zombies and worse in the city of racoons.

An incredible, extremely long, very punishing isometric RPG game developed by Stygian Software. This game became one I loved playing a year ago – and I got to the end game twice! I can not sing this games praises enough – it scratches that 'old school difficulty' itch that I have for TBS combat games, and allows a bit of character customization for your enjoyment as well.

In this playthrough we create our character – Garrett, master thief from the Thief series, and he'll attempt to survive in this post apocalyptic world of Underrail.

A Haunted Mansion filled with ghosts, undead, aliens, eldritch horrors, deadly traps, and a host of other crazy creatures. That is what awaits our investigator as he/she adventurers through it, attempting to thwart the efforts of... whatever it is we find ourselves attempting to stop.

First and foremost – if you like what you see here you can pick up the the game from this site: http://eador.com/B2/viewforum.php?f=33&sid=41581dd04c987162a1c076ddfb52afc0 . I believe the latest/greatest version of the game will be one of the pinned discussion threads at the top of that page.

A turn based strategy game of immense length and significant depth. Even more so with the New Horizons mod that I am playing the game with.

We will play the role of a certain Power - and our objective will be to... well.. I don't actually know. I haven't beaten the game. In fact I often get to a certain point and then fail over and over, but I still love the game and I want to record it.

It will play a bit like Masters of Magic - there is an overworld map to manage, and combat-maps in which your armies fight other armies. There's more to it than that though, and there is a difference between your castle and other towns - but we'll see that in game.

Graphically the game will look a bit.. oldish but I think that is part of its charm. Everything is easily recognizable - you should have no trouble seeing what is what.

I mentioned New Horizons - lets cover the mod briefly, if that's possible. It would take too long to cover everything - literally it would take me 3-6 hours to cover everything the mod changes. Eador itself has numerous races, spells, weapons, in game events, etc. The mod adds MORE of it and does a bit of rebalancing, since some spells/skills/units were by far and away better then others.

As for why I wanted to record it - I've been playing this game on and off since it first came out back in 2012 or so. When I saw a modded version of it I grabbed New Horizons and never looked back. It's amazing, more so now that the AI has been toned down a tad.

Lastly - before we begin know that I will... well.. I will probably lose. The game is unfair at times - you can get unlucky and then there's no saving your effort. The game is a rogue like in that regard as well so... it would be start over time. That can happen after hundreds of hours in the game too. So.. just a heads up.

First – this is NOT like link Zelda: A Link to the Past. It has some similarities in how it is a 3D game of sorts, but it's a slower beat-em-up. I'd say it is like a Dark Souls game instead – rolling, parrying, fixed swings that occur over a length of time, and resting resets creatures.

Next – there's no link to skip ahead this time around – mostly because while the game does have a tutorial, it will take all of 2 minutes to go over it, and I don't talk about the game for longer than 35 seconds at the start.

Finally – as mentioned early on, this will be a quick LP. 3 total videos. I did rather well in hindsight. ;)

An incredible, extremely long, very punishing isometric RPG game developed by Stygian Software. This game became one I loved playing a year ago – and I got to the end game twice! I can not sing this games praises enough – it scratches that 'old school difficulty' itch that I have for TBS combat games, and allows a bit of character customization for your enjoyment as well.

In this playthrough we create our character – Garrett, master thief from the Thief series, and he'll attempt to survive in this post apocalyptic world of Underrail.

First and foremost – if you like what you see here you can pick up the the game from this site: http://eador.com/B2/viewforum.php?f=33&sid=41581dd04c987162a1c076ddfb52afc0 . I believe the latest/greatest version of the game will be one of the pinned discussion threads at the top of that page.

A turn based strategy game of immense length and significant depth. Even more so with the New Horizons mod that I am playing the game with.

We will play the role of a certain Power - and our objective will be to... well.. I don't actually know. I haven't beaten the game. In fact I often get to a certain point and then fail over and over, but I still love the game and I want to record it.

It will play a bit like Masters of Magic - there is an overworld map to manage, and combat-maps in which your armies fight other armies. There's more to it than that though, and there is a difference between your castle and other towns - but we'll see that in game.

Graphically the game will look a bit.. oldish but I think that is part of its charm. Everything is easily recognizable - you should have no trouble seeing what is what.

I mentioned New Horizons - lets cover the mod briefly, if that's possible. It would take too long to cover everything - literally it would take me 3-6 hours to cover everything the mod changes. Eador itself has numerous races, spells, weapons, in game events, etc. The mod adds MORE of it and does a bit of rebalancing, since some spells/skills/units were by far and away better then others.

As for why I wanted to record it - I've been playing this game on and off since it first came out back in 2012 or so. When I saw a modded version of it I grabbed New Horizons and never looked back. It's amazing, more so now that the AI has been toned down a tad.

Lastly - before we begin know that I will... well.. I will probably lose. The game is unfair at times - you can get unlucky and then there's no saving your effort. The game is a rogue like in that regard as well so... it would be start over time. That can happen after hundreds of hours in the game too. So.. just a heads up.

A Haunted Mansion filled with ghosts, undead, aliens, eldritch horrors, deadly traps, and a host of other crazy creatures. That is what awaits our investigator as he/she adventurers through it, attempting to thwart the efforts of... whatever it is we find ourselves attempting to stop.

An incredible, extremely long, very punishing isometric RPG game developed by Stygian Software. This game became one I loved playing a year ago – and I got to the end game twice! I can not sing this games praises enough – it scratches that 'old school difficulty' itch that I have for TBS combat games, and allows a bit of character customization for your enjoyment as well.

In this playthrough we create our character – Garrett, master thief from the Thief series, and he'll attempt to survive in this post apocalyptic world of Underrail.

First – this is NOT like link Zelda: A Link to the Past. It has some similarities in how it is a 3D game of sorts, but it's a slower beat-em-up. I'd say it is like a Dark Souls game instead – rolling, parrying, fixed swings that occur over a length of time, and resting resets creatures.

A Haunted Mansion filled with ghosts, undead, aliens, eldritch horrors, deadly traps, and a host of other crazy creatures. That is what awaits our investigator as he/she adventurers through it, attempting to thwart the efforts of... whatever it is we find ourselves attempting to stop.

First and foremost – if you like what you see here you can pick up the the game from this site: http://eador.com/B2/viewforum.php?f=33&sid=41581dd04c987162a1c076ddfb52afc0 . I believe the latest/greatest version of the game will be one of the pinned discussion threads at the top of that page.

A turn based strategy game of immense length and significant depth. Even more so with the New Horizons mod that I am playing the game with.

We will play the role of a certain Power - and our objective will be to... well.. I don't actually know. I haven't beaten the game. In fact I often get to a certain point and then fail over and over, but I still love the game and I want to record it.

It will play a bit like Masters of Magic - there is an overworld map to manage, and combat-maps in which your armies fight other armies. There's more to it than that though, and there is a difference between your castle and other towns - but we'll see that in game.

Graphically the game will look a bit.. oldish but I think that is part of its charm. Everything is easily recognizable - you should have no trouble seeing what is what.

I mentioned New Horizons - lets cover the mod briefly, if that's possible. It would take too long to cover everything - literally it would take me 3-6 hours to cover everything the mod changes. Eador itself has numerous races, spells, weapons, in game events, etc. The mod adds MORE of it and does a bit of rebalancing, since some spells/skills/units were by far and away better then others.

As for why I wanted to record it - I've been playing this game on and off since it first came out back in 2012 or so. When I saw a modded version of it I grabbed New Horizons and never looked back. It's amazing, more so now that the AI has been toned down a tad.

Lastly - before we begin know that I will... well.. I will probably lose. The game is unfair at times - you can get unlucky and then there's no saving your effort. The game is a rogue like in that regard as well so... it would be start over time. That can happen after hundreds of hours in the game too. So.. just a heads up.

An incredible, extremely long, very punishing isometric RPG game developed by Stygian Software. This game became one I loved playing a year ago – and I got to the end game twice! I can not sing this games praises enough – it scratches that 'old school difficulty' itch that I have for TBS combat games, and allows a bit of character customization for your enjoyment as well.

In this playthrough we create our character – Garrett, master thief from the Thief series, and he'll attempt to survive in this post apocalyptic world of Underrail.

A Haunted Mansion filled with ghosts, undead, aliens, eldritch horrors, deadly traps, and a host of other crazy creatures. That is what awaits our investigator as he/she adventurers through it, attempting to thwart the efforts of... whatever it is we find ourselves attempting to stop.

In wilds beyond we'll find ourselves in battle and remorse,
For past and present cursed a soul so we can't change the course.
Under patient light, we're taught, we'll grow; our losses are redeemed.
The world awaits, with bug and beast; and wonders to be seen.

In wilds beyond we'll find ourselves in battle and remorse,
For past and present cursed a soul so we can't change the course.
Under patient light, we're taught, we'll grow; our losses are redeemed.
The world awaits, with bug and beast; and wonders to be seen.

An incredible, extremely long, very punishing isometric RPG game developed by Stygian Software. This game became one I loved playing a year ago – and I got to the end game twice! I can not sing this games praises enough – it scratches that 'old school difficulty' itch that I have for TBS combat games, and allows a bit of character customization for your enjoyment as well.

In this playthrough we create our character – Garrett, master thief from the Thief series, and he'll attempt to survive in this post apocalyptic world of Underrail.

First and foremost – if you like what you see here you can pick up the the game from this site: http://eador.com/B2/viewforum.php?f=33&sid=41581dd04c987162a1c076ddfb52afc0 . I believe the latest/greatest version of the game will be one of the pinned discussion threads at the top of that page.

A turn based strategy game of immense length and significant depth. Even more so with the New Horizons mod that I am playing the game with.

We will play the role of a certain Power - and our objective will be to... well.. I don't actually know. I haven't beaten the game. In fact I often get to a certain point and then fail over and over, but I still love the game and I want to record it.

It will play a bit like Masters of Magic - there is an overworld map to manage, and combat-maps in which your armies fight other armies. There's more to it than that though, and there is a difference between your castle and other towns - but we'll see that in game.

Graphically the game will look a bit.. oldish but I think that is part of its charm. Everything is easily recognizable - you should have no trouble seeing what is what.

I mentioned New Horizons - lets cover the mod briefly, if that's possible. It would take too long to cover everything - literally it would take me 3-6 hours to cover everything the mod changes. Eador itself has numerous races, spells, weapons, in game events, etc. The mod adds MORE of it and does a bit of rebalancing, since some spells/skills/units were by far and away better then others.

As for why I wanted to record it - I've been playing this game on and off since it first came out back in 2012 or so. When I saw a modded version of it I grabbed New Horizons and never looked back. It's amazing, more so now that the AI has been toned down a tad.

Lastly - before we begin know that I will... well.. I will probably lose. The game is unfair at times - you can get unlucky and then there's no saving your effort. The game is a rogue like in that regard as well so... it would be start over time. That can happen after hundreds of hours in the game too. So.. just a heads up.

A Haunted Mansion filled with ghosts, undead, aliens, eldritch horrors, deadly traps, and a host of other crazy creatures. That is what awaits our investigator as he/she adventurers through it, attempting to thwart the efforts of... whatever it is we find ourselves attempting to stop.

An incredible, extremely long, very punishing isometric RPG game developed by Stygian Software. This game became one I loved playing a year ago – and I got to the end game twice! I can not sing this games praises enough – it scratches that 'old school difficulty' itch that I have for TBS combat games, and allows a bit of character customization for your enjoyment as well.

In this playthrough we create our character – Garrett, master thief from the Thief series, and he'll attempt to survive in this post apocalyptic world of Underrail.

An incredible, extremely long, very punishing isometric RPG game developed by Stygian Software. This game became one I loved playing a year ago – and I got to the end game twice! I can not sing this games praises enough – it scratches that 'old school difficulty' itch that I have for TBS combat games, and allows a bit of character customization for your enjoyment as well.

In this playthrough we create our character – Garrett, master thief from the Thief series, and he'll attempt to survive in this post apocalyptic world of Underrail.

In wilds beyond we'll find ourselves in battle and remorse,
For past and present cursed a soul so we can't change the course.
Under patient light, we're taught, we'll grow; our losses are redeemed.
The world awaits, with bug and beast; and wonders to be seen.

First and foremost – if you like what you see here you can pick up the the game from this site: http://eador.com/B2/viewforum.php?f=33&sid=41581dd04c987162a1c076ddfb52afc0 . I believe the latest/greatest version of the game will be one of the pinned discussion threads at the top of that page.

A turn based strategy game of immense length and significant depth. Even more so with the New Horizons mod that I am playing the game with.

We will play the role of a certain Power - and our objective will be to... well.. I don't actually know. I haven't beaten the game. In fact I often get to a certain point and then fail over and over, but I still love the game and I want to record it.

It will play a bit like Masters of Magic - there is an overworld map to manage, and combat-maps in which your armies fight other armies. There's more to it than that though, and there is a difference between your castle and other towns - but we'll see that in game.

Graphically the game will look a bit.. oldish but I think that is part of its charm. Everything is easily recognizable - you should have no trouble seeing what is what.

I mentioned New Horizons - lets cover the mod briefly, if that's possible. It would take too long to cover everything - literally it would take me 3-6 hours to cover everything the mod changes. Eador itself has numerous races, spells, weapons, in game events, etc. The mod adds MORE of it and does a bit of rebalancing, since some spells/skills/units were by far and away better then others.

As for why I wanted to record it - I've been playing this game on and off since it first came out back in 2012 or so. When I saw a modded version of it I grabbed New Horizons and never looked back. It's amazing, more so now that the AI has been toned down a tad.

Lastly - before we begin know that I will... well.. I will probably lose. The game is unfair at times - you can get unlucky and then there's no saving your effort. The game is a rogue like in that regard as well so... it would be start over time. That can happen after hundreds of hours in the game too. So.. just a heads up.

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