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Forgotten Realms: Baldur's Gate - Dark Alliance (2001)

The game begins with Vahn, Adrianna and Kromlech arriving in Baldur's Gate, whereupon they are attacked by a group of thieves led by Karne (voiced by Michael Bell). The thieves are about to... See full summary »
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Karne (voice)
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Baldur's Gate Watch Guard 1 - Brogan (voice)
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'Lady' Alyth Elendara (voice)
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Eldrith (voice)
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Torgier (voice)
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Sess'sth - Kolgrim (voice)
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Gnolls / Kobolds / Ogre (voice)
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Fayard / Vahn (voice)
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The game begins with Vahn, Adrianna and Kromlech arriving in Baldur's Gate, whereupon they are attacked by a group of thieves led by Karne (voiced by Michael Bell). The thieves are about to kill the trio when they are interrupted by the city watch, who take the newcomers to the nearby Elfsong Tavern to recover. There, the bartender, Alyth Elendara (Jennifer Hale), assists them in earning some money by giving them the job of clearing the tavern's cellar of rats. In the cellar, they discover the thieves are using the tavern's sewer entrance to infiltrate the city. When Elfsong Tavern employee Ethon, follows them into the sewers and disappears, they agree to Alyth's plea to find him. They rescue Ethon from the thieves, and he directs them to the nearby crypts, where one of the thieves was heading. There they encounter Fayed (Cam Clarke), a priest of Illmater, who requests their help in stopping the "Orb of the Undead", which has filled the crypts with zombies and skeletons. They succeed ...

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3 December 2001 (USA)  »

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So enjoyable to play that it is highly addictive
28 February 2002 | by See all my reviews

This game is so enjoyable to play that it is highly addictive. The plot is well thought out and extensive yet easier to follow than the PC version of Baldur's Gate. I highly recommend it. The Max is two players and I find the game more enjoyable when played with a friend.


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