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Forgotten Realms: Baldur's Gate - Tales of the Sword Coast (1999)

Expension pack for 'Baldur's Gate'. The two new areas are the small town of Ulgoth's Beard, where you learn of the legend of Balduran, and a tough-as-nails area called Durlag's Tower, a death-trap for foolish adventurers.


Credited cast:
Arthur Burghardt ...
Narrator / Demonknight (voice)
Kaishas (voice)
Dradeel (voice)
Fake Durlag Doppelganger / Dwarwen Characters (voice)


Gorion's ward, the protagonist of the first Baldur's Gate game, gains access to two new areas on the game's map. The first one is a very small coastal town called Ulgoth's Beard, located on the Sword Coast, the western shore of the continent of Faerun along the Sea of Swords. There, the ward and his party learn of Balduran, the legendary seafaring explorer and founder of Baldur's Gate, who disappeared long ago on one of his seafaring adventures. A shady character asks the ward to travel to an uncharted island, where Balduran might have ended up shipwrecked and died. Any personal artifacts of his would be priceless on the market and the person that were to discover what happened to him would be hailed as a legend. However, the island ends up being in a state of emergency. The overtly friendly locals claim that beasts from the forest are attacking their small town constantly and ask for the ward's help. However, the island holds a dark secret. Ulgoth's Beard offers a few more much ...

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17 July 1999 (Poland)  »

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Followed by Baldur's Gate II: Throne of Bhaal (2001) See more »

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7 August 2004 | by See all my reviews

This game is a little expansion to the 1st Baldurs Gate and i have got to say it isn't really much of a change. Its got a couple of small quests but i never wasted my time on it. But good if you want to reach a decent level for the further expansion BG2. But you get to go to durlags tower to get some decent loot,ulgoths beard to do quests there and werewolves island. i found that i didn't really pay much attention to the new sub quests but i just paid attention to the better leveling up thanks to being able to get 128 000 k. but i recommend it for anyone who wants to play BG through and thorough so its a *** stars from me and 1 good thing about it is that its cheap :D

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