Scotia, the evil sorceress, has found after many years of search the Stone of Truth whose powers will make her the ruler of the whole world if you, as the bravest warrior in your kingdom, can't stop her.

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Richard Smith ...
King Richard - Floppy Version / Ak'Shel (voice)
Philip E. Shelburne ...
Kieran (voice)
Scott Lakin ...
Conrad (voice)
Randy Morrison ...
Michael (voice)
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King Richard (voice)
Eric Gooch ...
Chancelor Geron (voice)
Merri O'Neal Contino ...
Dawn (voice) (as Merri O. Contino)
Joseph D. Kucan ...
Nathaniel the Herbalist / Phillip (voice)
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Victor the Armorer (voice)
Barbara A. Costa ...
Scotia / Petricia (voice)
Karen Lynn Whyte ...
Lynn / Jana (voice)
Jason Buchanan ...
Bacatta (voice)
Jim Williams ...
Paulson the Engineer (voice)
Jimmy Valesquez ...
Guards (voice)
Joe Lacoco ...
Guards / Council Member (voice)
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Scotia, the evil sorceress, has found after many years of search the Stone of Truth whose powers will make her the ruler of the whole world if you, as the bravest warrior in your kingdom, can't stop her.

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When you talk to the inventory clerk at the Urbish Mines, Bacatta will tell him that the Larkhon at the entrance is dead. If you enter the Urbish Mines without killing the Larkhon, Bacatta says the same thing if the Larkhon is alive. See more »

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Followed by Lands of Lore III (1999) See more »

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A great Role Playing Game
15 January 2006 | by (Denmark) – See all my reviews

When Lands of Lore: The Throne of Chaos came in 1993 or 1994, people were amazed. Not only did the game have an intro that was one the most beautiful to that date, it did also incorporate a good and interesting game-play. A funny side-story to this whole game was that Lands Of Lore originally was the game Eye Of The Beholder 3. But Westwood (who made Lands of Lore) lost the rights to do it, even though they had made much of the game. The remains of Westwood's Eye Of The Beholder 3 were converted into Lands of Lore: The Throne of Chaos. A good story about the evil witch Scotia taken possession of the enchanted ring "The Nether Mask", which she used to cover the lands in darkness. The Dark Army where on the move, and succeeding in smashing Gladstone, the symbol light of the lands, and poisoning King Richard. In the game your job is to slay Scotia. In the new version of this game King Richards voice where played by Patrick Steward - who did a good job. Lands of Lore: The Throne of Chaos where so successful, that it where succeeded by two sequels. I love this game. It is one of my most fondest memories of the mid-nineties.


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