The Chronicles of Myrtana is a series of mods for the cult classic game Gothic 2: Night of the Raven. In our mod, you will witness the Kingdom of Myrtana under the rule of king Rhobar II. The action of the first part of the modification, titled “Archolos”, takes place 10 years before the events of Gothic I, during The Second War with the Orcs and before the creation of the Magic Barrier. You will have an opportunity to explore the beautiful island of Archolos where the kingdom’s most prized grapes grow on the high slopes of the mountains. An island of beauty and a center of trade… marred by a bloody conflict ominously looming on the horizon.

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We'd like to invite you all aboard a trade frigate and to set sail towards the isle of Archolos.

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We'd like to invite you all aboard a trade frigate and to set sail towards the isle of Archolos - a beautiful, enchanting island of the Eastern Archipelago, whose grapes and the wine produced from them are renowned as a most delicious luxury universally across all of the kingdoms' fiefs. Although you may not be able to taste their sweetness yourselves, you can at least feast your ears with the music video dedicated to a new track composed by Kamil Jędrzejewski and performed by Paulina Cynkar (vocals) alongside Leszek Zaleski (guitar), with the final destination of this short but eventful journey being our brand new website, where you can find more information regarding our project.


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