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Forgotten Realms: Icewind Dale II (2002)

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Set in the Forgotten Realms fantasy setting in the Icewind Dale region. The player assumes control of a group of mercenaries in a war between the Ten Towns of Icewind Dale and a coalition of persecuted races and religions.

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Earl Boen ... Lord Ulbrec (voice)
Carlos Carrasco ... Malavon Despana (voice)
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Iona Morris ... (voice)
Joe Nipote ... (voice)
Kathleen Noone ... (voice)
Jack Roth Jack Roth ... Oswald Fiddlebender / Male Bard (voice)
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Set in the Forgotten Realms fantasy setting in the Icewind Dale region. The player assumes control of a group of mercenaries in a war between the Ten Towns of Icewind Dale and a coalition of persecuted races and religions.

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1 September 2002 (USA) See more »

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Icewind Dale II See more »

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Drow Male: Make sure to keep me out of the sunlight. This book says my powers will fade in "one dee-six months"... whatever that means.
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This Game Rocks!!!
21 April 2003 | by yawgmoth_742See all my reviews

For a very long time now have I waited for a game like this: It's made with the Bioware Infinity Engine. It's based on the 3rd Edition D&D rules. You get to create a party all your own and go around destroying entire armies of goblins, orcs, and other such misfits.

With the exceptions of Baldur's Gate and Shadows of Amn (both extremely hard to top), this is the best Infinity Engine game around, and I would strongly recommend that you buy it now and start playing it.

Behind all the action, there is a very good plot, in which two demon twins are insulted by the people of the town of Bryn Shander, and wage war on the entire confederation of Icewind Dale, with their monstrous horde of outcasts and misfits known as the Legion of the Chimera.

10 out of 10! This game is an enormous adventure and I think everyone should play it!


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