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Wrota Baldura: Opowieści z Wybrzeża Mieczy

By Wojciech Antonowicz
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  • Publisher : Litres
  • Isbn : 5042736921
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  • Category : Computers
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Opis nowych lokacji dla dodatku do Wrót Baldura. Wrota Baldura: Opowieści z Wybrzeża Mieczy – poradnik do gry zawiera poszukiwane przez graczy tematy i lokacje jak m.in. Mapa (Podstawy) Ice Island (Zadania) Durlag’s Tower (Zadania) Balduran’s Ship (Zadania) Warewolf Island North (Zadania) Warewolf Island South (Zadania) Ulgoth’s Beard – po powrocie z Durlag’s Tower (Zadania) Ulgoth’s Beard (Zadania) Podziemia Durlag’s Tower (Zadania) Zbroje, tarcze, hełmy, rękawice i szaty (Przedmioty) Informacja o grze Dodatek do bardzo znanej gry RPG, w którym rozwinięto fabułę i wprowadzono parę nowych elementów. Fabularnie rozszerzenie jest utrzymane w bardziej erpegowych klimatach i zawiera skomplikowane podziemia, pełne pułapek oraz tajnych przejść. Autorzy dodali też około 70 przedmiotów, 20 czarów i parę innych ciekawostek. Gra Baldur's Gate: Tales of the Sword Coast, dobrze przyjęta zarówno przez krytyków, jak i graczy, to przedstawiciel gatunku klasycznych RPG. Tytuł wydany został w Polsce w 1999 roku i dostępny jest na platformie PC. Wersja językowa oficjalnie dystrybuowana na terenie kraju to: pełna polska.

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