mahrundl, I think I recall hearing/reading that there was some sort of problem with the end of the game, but I can't be 100% certain, nor can I remember where I might have picked up such information. (Maybe on a drive-by reading of some large thread on RPG.net a long time ago...in a review of the 30th Anniversary tin I stumbled across online...I'm not sure...)
Can anyone else confirm this as positive or negative? Aramis, you've played the game a bit, yes? You make it to the end? (I've yet to get around to playing it.)
"Hold off thy hands, or by Heaven I'll make a ghost of him that lets me!" - Hamlet
Post by jongjungbu on Sept 26, 2009 8:54:20 GMT -5
If you're still able to 'Add to Cart' on the flying buffalo site, they probably have some copies or JUST ran out. Because when I was looking at replacing my Labyrinth copy with a new one a couple weeks ago, I ordered straight from FBI. They emailed me back saying they just ran out of stock, refunded my money, and the website was immediately updated. So, based on my own experience and how recent that was, I'd say that it's a good idea to try them.
I have read that your party must have a particular set up to complete the game - which is a bit rude to say the list... However, it's a blast just touring the much-loved T&T world kicking ass and building up the team. I've reached the giddy heights of 3rd level with 3 out of the 4 party members and it really is quite brilliant.
Having a price listed usually indicates that the product is in stock. Unless Rick is just behind on updating the page...
Nice catch, Mahrundl, I was searching the site for the name Crusaders of Khazan not the more generic name displayed. That's certainly more affordable than eBay or Amazon and much more ethically comfortable than downloading it from a site that claims the game is abandonware.
I'll have the deep-fried battered pixie with balrog dipping sauce and a Hobgoblin ale.
I believe Crusaders of Khazan is included in the CD-ROM that comes with 7E
Yes, it is! But I don't recall if it's in the zipfile of the PDF edition of 7.0. I'm checking.
Edit: No, Crusaders is NOT in the PDF edition of 7.0.
And for reference, it's not in either version of 7.5!
It's curious. In my 7E tin box, there was a T&T CD with several files, including a PDF file of the Crusaders of Khazan instructions manual and a file for the game (which I already had bought years before anyway). I even remember I had problems finding a DOS utility to actually be able to play the game on my new computer.
There is a manual Koraq but it doesn't explain how the 'behind the scenes' rules work.
I was just curious to know. Maybe it's similar to the Alternate Rules from the 7e box? Maybe you make a combat roll on your turn and if you cause damage against the foe's roll you 'win' and it takes damage?