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Introduction

A hush fell across the darkened room of the council assembly. Many shadows, indistinct in the feeble torchlight, leaned forward anticipating the next few words that would come from the figure standing in the middle of the room.

"This evil is a maw that has opened, stealing life from your city," he said.

Gasps and whispers turned into panicked shouts from the assembly, men and women who just a few weeks ago had lived normal, peaceful lives. "Then where does the life go?… And what does it feed?"

Elminster looked at the leader of the council, and with a sense of gravity and drama, gave the crowd their answer.

"A new Pool of Radiance in Myth Drannor."


Pool of Radiance: Ruins of Myth Drannor is the first Dungeons and Dragons game set in the Forgotten Realms to use fully utilized 3D character animation to bring the world to a level of realism never seen before.

The world is presented in a richly rendered three-quarter, isometric view of the environment, with beautifully hand-drawn landscapes and structures, populated by realistically 3D rendered monsters, NPCs, and character models.

Pool of Radiance: Ruins of Myth Drannor begins as an adventure for up to four characters. As the game begins, the player learns that the great sage Elminster has sent a group of heroes to investigate the rumors of a new pool of radiance in Myth Drannor. The player then finds himself swept up into a quest versus a mysterious cult and the growing power of the pool's influence. Along the way, the heroes battle horrible creatures, meet new allies, and discover some of the lost grandeur of Myth Drannor. However, time is not on their side, and the party must work quickly to quell the growing tide of evil.

  • Features the new 3rd Edition Dungeon & Dragons rules
  • Fully-realized 3D animating character and monster models
  • New D&D monsters and items
  • Players create up to 4 characters of a 6-character party
  • Action-based combat system (adjustable by player)
  • Multi-play for up to 6 players
  • Unique multi-player game that includes random dungeons
  • Over 100 spells
  • Characters can go up to 16th level of experience and can cast 8th level spells

Minimum System Requirements

  • Operating System: Windows 95/98/ME
  • Processor: Pentium II 400 MHz (Pentium III 500 recommended)
  • 600 MB of Hard Disk Space (1500 MB recommended)
  • RAM: 64 MB Ram (128 MB recommended)
  • CD-ROM: 8x CD-ROM drive
  • Video Card: 3D Video Card with Direct3D support including Voodoo 2 (12 MB) or higher, TNT (16 MB) or higher, Geforce series (recommended). All other classes compatible with DirectX 8.0a or higher
  • Sound Card: Compatible with DirectX 8.0a or higher
  • Multiplayer: Support for 1-6 players via LAN and Internet

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