In this expansion pack to "Baldur's Gate II - Shadows of Amn", the main character, known as "Gorion's Ward", and his or her party are informed that the five most powerful children of the evil dead god Bhaal have joined and raised an army to hunt down all of their remaining Bhallspawn siblings, kill them and conquer the world through carnage in order to claim their father's infamous throne in the underworld as well as his power and his sinister title of Lord of Murder. In this final adventure of Gorion's Ward, three new chapters are added to the previous game. There are no new romance options and there's only one new potential companion available, although it's highly surprising who this person is. Another unusual element is that this character's alignment can be changed if properly influenced by the player. Gorion's Ward also creates a pocket dimension with his/her mind, where he/she must pass several challenges to determine his or her definite path. Several unique items and weapons ...
21 June 2001 (USA)
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Baldur's Gate II - Der Thron des Bhaal
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The mystery behind the purpose of Golden Pantaloons, a popular infamous seemingly-useless unique item from Baldur's Gate 1, is finally reveled here. However, in order to find out what this item does, the player must keep it in his or her inventory throughout BG 1, import his or her main character into Baldur's Gate 2, pick the item up along with the rest of his/her BG 1 inventory in Irenicus' Dungeon, be evil towards Welther during the Buried Alive quest in BG 2, use those turned to stone in the Throne of Bhaal expansion and eventually visit Amkethran. See more
Ranger, turn your rodent's gaze another direction! I will not be scrutinised as though by some ridiculous divining rod!
Boo has an uncanny judge of character, but you... you give him trouble.
I'll give him more than that if this continues! I nearly conquered a nation! I will not be judged by a creature that stores nuts in its cheeks!
Hey! I resemble that remark.
Trust me, gnome, you do not want to partake in my wrath this day.
Food storage aside, Boo controls himself far better than you do. Do ...
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