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Pentari: Second Dawn

by Howard Sherman

Part of Pentari
Fantasy
2008

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About the Story

After saving the Kingdom of Pentari from ruin and total destruction in First Light, you have ascended from the ranks and installed as Governor of the new sixth city of the empire across the Quondem Ocean. This bold move to expand the kingdom to the distant shores of Umbra comes with great rewards and much uncertainty.

Lest you forget - the rogue wizards who nearly destroyed the Empire hailed from Umbra.

The growing young city of Lindon is making quite a mark on the natives; some embrace your settlement while others shun it and seek to snuff it out. An ancient threat known only in legends grows in strength outside Lindon's walls. As the leader of the thriving young City of Lindon, you must protect your people and the interests of the Empire. Taking matters into your own hands, many dangerous tasks lie in front of you as well as a line in the sand you are dared to cross.

Game Details

Language: English (en)
Current Version: Unknown
License: Commercial
Development System: Inform 6
IFID: Unknown
TUID: 7aswi6pigqrxwjik

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I was wondering just how many games out there, either completely text based, or text-adventure hybrids, are out there that involve a story line over the course of several games. I know for sure of the Sorcerer trilogy from Infocom...any...

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