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The largest major city on the Plateau of the Crescent Sea, Bevcourte is where the party will begin their adventures, and will probably serve as a hub for quests (until new areas are explored).
In the pages to follow, you’ll find an overview and basic stats of each of the current 36 classes. Note that these may be altered and expanded upon. As interest is shown in a particular class, actual level advancement stats will be posts here. These are the basic Classes for Characters in the Dungeon Realm game. Note that while basic stats are shown, individual abilities and in depth game information will only appear according to forum inquiry and the first party’s creation.
This is the comprehensive list of playable races and their abilities. It will be expanded as new races become available through Dungeon Realm exploration. The current roster is 7 races. This entry contains game rule information and a table of contents for easy reference.
Here we see some gameplay nitty-gritty. Attributes form the core scores from which pretty much everything else in game is determined. Skills are individual scores that make specific sets of action more viable. Attributes modify Skills. This entry is mostly a vague introduction to core game mechanics. While Attributes will never change, Skills may be altered or added to (although not without some serious deliberation… you can bet they’ll probably stay the way they are for awhile).
Here is a brief synopsis of the deific forces in Dungeon Realm. Other religions exist throughout the realm, but those listed here are those either generic in nature or specific to the Plateau of the Crescent Sea or the Cusp of Curios. Specific game information, such as Clerical Abilities, has been omitted from this article, but might be added later.
Welcome to the wacky world of Dungeon Realm. Here you’ll find the backstory for the up-and-coming interactive Comitatus Adventure of the same name. This installment provides the backdrop and initial locations for the “game,” material from which the Dungeon Realm Party and first adventure will be constructed. Note this article has no game rules.
The new Warhammer? A dirty new addiction?
A WAR FOR THE WELLSPRINGS?
So you like the Warcraft, do ya? Like the SC, the BW? Think you’re pretty tough, conquering countless worlds and beating back limitless Orc hordes, dontcha. I hear you’re married to that 6ling build order and addicted to the sweet taste of M&M and Heavy Metal. Allow me to suggest an RTS title with a new tempo: Empire Earth. For $40, it comes served with a bag of chips and a side order of “all that.”
In 2003, I broke WC3 on down, mainly focusing on the differences of its skirmish-level play as opposed to wargames proper. Many of my opinions have changed in the interim, but the WC3 ring is back up as of early ’06, so it’s a survivor at the least.