And so it was that the Hero of Shapier killed the evil wizard Ad Avis, and was adopted by the Sultan to become the Prince of Shapier. But once again, turmoil has come to the world. The liontaur Rakeesh's lifemate has discovered that demons may once again threaten the land of Tarna, and the leopardpeople and plainsmen might soon be at war. Together with his friends the Prince of Shapier and Uhura, the warrior woman, he travels to his homeland to do what he can to stop the impending war. The Prince of Shapier, a hero twice over now, must uncover the reasons for the war, and what involvement the demons of years past has now. Will he be able to stop the war that threatens to bathe the savanna in blood? Written by
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Quest for Glory III: Seekers of the Lost City
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Many fans who prefer the role of Thief were disappointed due to the fact that this character is rather underdeveloped in this game: there is no Thieves' Guild, thus no place for upgrading the equipment and fencing stolen goods; stealing is impossible in the city of Tarna; there are only two huts to steal from in the whole game; no place for honing the skills of climbing, stealth and lock picking. See more
When the hero (as Thief) breaks into the Laibon's hut, clicking the eye icon on the sleeping Laibon gives the message "Uhura looks every inch a Simbani Warrior". See more