Gate II - Throne of Bhaal
||Bioware \ Black Isle Studios
||DVD-style box containing CD-ROM,
48-page instruction book, Quick Reference Card
|| Windows 95/98 with Direct-X 7+, PII 233+,
32MB RAM, 1.2GB HD space, 4x CD-ROM drive, 4MB Direct-X video card.
Required original Baldurs Gate II game
|Baldur's Gate II - Throne
of Bhaal is an expansion product to Baldur's Gate II - Shadows
of Amn from Interplay.
The following text is taken from the reverse of the product:
'Continue the epic saga and fulfil your destiny in the ultimate
A storm of chaos and desctruction thunders across the Sword Coast.
As towns are laid to waste and great cities burn, there are whispered
rumors that the Children of Bhaal are responsible.
Soon the whispered rumors become panicked cries - if the prophercies
of the Wise Alaundo are to be believed, there is greater suffering
ahead. And should Bhaal somehow rise again, the earth itself will
In the final chapter of the Bhaal saga, return to Baldur's Gate: Shadows
of Amn and unravel the mysteries of a dangerous new dungeon - Watcher's
Continue with an exhilarating new adventure when you explore unseen
lands, encounter fierce villains, and gain powerful high-level abilities
as you achieve your ultimate destiny in Baldur's Gate II: Throne of
- Complete the compelling saga and fulfill your destiny as a Child
- Venture into a deadly new dungeon - Watcher's Keep and come face
to face with Demogorgon, Prince of Demons.
- Cast powerful new spells like Wish and Bigby's Hand, as your character
climbs as high as 40th level - with an experience point cap on 8
- Gain amazing high-level abilities: new combat feats for fighters,
deadly new traps for thieves, special quest spells for clerics and
9th level spells for mages.
- Play a new character kit, the Wild Mage.
- Fight and summon awe-inspiring D&D creatures during your search
for artifacts, relics and other legendary magic items!'
Check out the official Baldurs
Gate II: Throne of Bhaal web site.
See also the Baldur's Gate II: Throne of Bhaal novel.
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