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Happy Holidays in Tarnak!

Thank you very much for another great Silversword year, my dear fans of classic CRPG! And while you surely will escape the ice and snow by visiting Inferno once again, I am working on the Flooded Isles. The major storyline develops, and new maps, monsters and items are already implemented. You really shouldn’t throw your

 
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2.5.6 is here – let’s bring Chuck Norris in

With the latest update, your monk will have the ability of choosing another target if he is done with the intended one. In addition, the map has gotten a minor update: fixed combat spots are now shown as sword icons. Do you like it?

 
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Captured by orcs

I know, you deserve an update! I am very sorry, but I was captured by a horde of orcs that roamed some medieval/fantasy festivals here in Germany. Being held captive, I couldn’t send some news to the outside world. But it seems that the orcs grow weaker (and more drunk) every week – so hopefully

 
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What if…

what if… your thief could prepare your party for an ambush, jumping on an enemy and surprising it at melee range, ready to strike first? your thief could teach your party members how to hide in the shadows until a suitable wandering creature passes by so that you can actively look for company? that creature

 
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Happy Birthday Silversword! 5 years and still rocking!

The first “commit” was made on February 13th, 2011. And it was a real commitment. I think at that time I just wanted to make my own little dungeon crawler. In the style of the old classic games like Eye Of The Beholder, Dungeon Master and of course The Bard’s Tale. Didn’t spent too much

 
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