As a player, you are able to choose what skills and abilities you will develop as you voyage though the complex and dangerous fantasy world of Forgotten Realms. Be a deadly and dangerous Rogue moving through the shadows using stealth and secrecy, be a scholarly Wizard and wield powerful magic against your enemies, be a hulking Barbarian whose lust for battle is matched only by his terrible rage, be an armor-clad Paladin who protects the innocent and vanquishes his foes, be a crusading Cleric who heals the sick and defends the helpless… be all this and more.

Neverwinter Nights allows you to create your own worlds. This revolutionary game will come with all the tools needed to construct your own unique lands of adventure. The Neverwinter Nights Aurora Toolset allows even novice users to construct everything from a quiet, misty forest or a dripping cavern of foul evil, to a king’s court. All the monsters, items, set pieces and settings are there for world builders to use. But do not stop there; construct traps, encounters, custom monsters and magic items to make your adventure unique.

But the Neverwinter experience is not just for one person- adventure with all your friends. Neverwinter Nights can be played online with up to 64 friends, all sharing in the adventure. You can organize and run your own adventures through the role of the Dungeon Master and control all the monsters, creatures and characters your friends meet as they journey on their quest. A powerful piece of software that is included with Neverwinter Nights, the DM Client, allows nearly unlimited control for running your own adventures for your friends.

Neverwinter Nights…endless adventure!

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About Manifested Fate - Beyond the Dead with 0 comments by CalciumSalt on Oct 11th, 2014

Manifested Fate is an adult survival horror adventure RPG which features incredible detail, emphasis on crafting and reaction to player choices.

After a long hiatus, I have finally finished Manifested Fate. Contrary to the trolls, this was never something I was going to abandon and here you have it. Manifested Fate combines survival features with role-playing, adult content and dark humour. Each class is unique and each gender has unique dialogue and even ways of dealing with quests. There are multiple endings to the mod and not all are good endings.

Here is some gameplay below for those interested in seeing the mod's role-playing and unique origins for two of the classes.

I suggest you turn HD on and enter full screen if you wish to read the text. The videos show no combat.

There are also some developer screens in the gallery for those interested.

Feature List:

  • Craft It System: Set in the plague-ravaged city of Phosphine, the player's only way to acquire items is to search buildings. However you'll find that citizens rarely carried any weapons and thus crafting plays a role here. The player will be able to craft bastard swords, two-handed-swords, battleaxes, arrows, longbows and create healing kits for their adventure. Resources are limited however and thus the player must decide carefully as to what they wish to create using a simple but sturdy custom craft system.
  • No resting and limited healing: No resting means that the player must play especially extra attention to combat encounters and their health. Only potions (which are rare) and healing kits (which are limited) can heal the character.
  • Equipment management plays a heavy role: The player must be careful in their use of resources as all are limited. Do you sacrifice healing kits to heal your allies and retain help? Or do you save them all for yourself?
  • Unique dialogue and scenarios for both genders: Male and female characters will experience different dialogue in this adventure as well as different scenarios.
  • Origin System: The player's class decides their origin and creates a different prologue. However only Barbarians, Rogues and Fighters can play through this mod.
  • Multiple Endings: Based on your choices there will be different endings to the mod adding to the replay value.
  • Every NPC has a story and description: Every NPC in the mod has their own background, story and place in the world. Most character's have their stories pan out across the course of your story no matter how small they may be.
  • No journal or map notes: This means that you'll need to use the "note" section of your journal to write up your own notes and use the custom pins on the map to create your own map notes to remember where some places are.
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In preparation for our release of Rise of Relthane, we decided it was time to re-lease one of our more popular older battle scenarios, the Battle for...

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EOB2 Update HAK File v3.1 - Required

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UPDATED: HAK File v.3.1 - Fixed This is a required file to play the mod. Please download this file full version of the HAK file. If you have already downloaded...

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FIXED File Update Required. Please download this file to fix the issue of the game starting up complaining about a missing file. Please delete the older...

Manifested Fate MOD
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Manifested Fate is an adult survival horror adventure which features incredible detail, emphasis on crafting and reaction to player choices. Set in the...

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Eye of the Beholder II Clue Book

Jul 23, 2014 Eye of the Beholder II - Ledgend of Darkmoon Guides 0 comments

Here is the Clue Book and a solutions guide for those times when you get stuck on some of the puzzles. Believe me, you will need this at times.

Eye of the Beholder II: v1.2
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Eye of the Beholder II: v1.2

Jul 23, 2014 Eye of the Beholder II - Ledgend of Darkmoon Full Version 1 comment

This mod is compatible with the Diamond Edition of NWN or you must have both expansion packs: Shadows of Undrentide and Hordes of the Underdark with patch...

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HangPhyr Dec 22 2004, 6:44am says:

Ronald this game is definently not underapreciated by modders.

Go to . They have a massive collection of 3rd party crap.

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Tomato-Killer Aug 17 2004, 8:30pm says:

well :P if ya want sometimes anyone if you have both expansions contact me on msn we could play sometime ;)

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Shadowjoe Aug 10 2004, 3:27pm says:

This is an excellent game...
Super grfx and sound.
It takes some times to get used to camera angles, but when you get familiar with it, it's simply addictive

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Robo_Ronald May 12 2004, 7:52pm says:

An excellent succesor to BGII. A pity it's underappreciated by modders.

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Tomato-Killer Dec 5 2003, 12:36pm says:

:) hello
Here i have a gargoyle and an asabi chieftain working together-> IMG
and here i have a gargoyle killing some stuff->IMG

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hammy-bob Feb 25 2003, 5:50pm says:

oops i mean show lol

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hammy-bob Feb 25 2003, 5:50pm says:

Atleast theres a few games where dbz cant shut up :)!!!

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leilei Feb 25 2003, 3:45pm says:

But my dialog.tlk is corrupt, can't open the toolset without it.

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hammy-bob Feb 25 2003, 1:25pm says:

Cool we can always count on cheapie to give us something cool.

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leilei Feb 25 2003, 1:23pm says:

I don't like the pic at the left; i'll try to whip ip a pic of me, my henchman, and 3 gargoyles out to kill me (I'll have to find some old saves first.)

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NWN is a wonderful game. What surprised me was the amount of options you get to chose for your character when making him or her. There are 7 races to chose from and you can create your own sub race. There are many classes to chose from and then their is the alignment you chose for your character. The campaign is very long and the story is good - some of the areas are memorable - like Charwood village. I picked up the Deluxe edition for £1 which contains the two expansions - along with the toolset…

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