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The Guardian (pleasant dreams, Avatar - uahahahaaaa)
Gamblin' at Buccaneer's Den - and now what was his name again? ah - Sha-mi-no! ;)
You can enter any house
Rearrange inventory in your bag in any order
One companion joins you
You and your party members
An extraordinary encounter
The murder scene
Eating and drinking is important
You can pick up almost any object
Wake me up ... mmm... in 12 hours!
The game starts out with a grisly (and surprisingly graphic) double homicide. Whoever did this means business, and as the Avatar, it's up to you to solve the mystery and save the land
The Shrine of Compassion. Ultima 7 provides your male avatar with a lover, Nastassia the shrine maiden. Female avatars will just have to settle the wenchs and gigolo at the Bucaneer's Den Baths
You can put an object on almost any place
The infamous Baths themselves. Should you really be bringing young tweenage Spark here, Avatar? Is contributing to the corruption of a minor virtuous?
Batlin initiates the Avatar into the Fellowship in a grand ceremony over the objections of the Avatar's companions
Chatting with another old buddy from Ultima III, the Time Lord (who's in a bit of a jam right now)
The 'paper-doll' inventory screen of all your allies
A big battle against the mage Selwyn and his party of rebels
Spektran's Stone Harpy is the game's single most difficult enemy. The darn thing can wipe out an entire level 8 party armed with full magic armor
The Avatar does battle with the Guardian's Ethereal Monster inside the Tetrahedron Generator
The Avatar chats with a hungry, hungry Hydra
The Avatar and his party vs. Batlin and his party
Farmer Mack's field contains an interesting Wing Commander reference
The Avatar rudely interrupts one of the serial killer Hook's murders (only doable through cheating)
Batlin states his disapproval of you violent methods. And quite rightly so, you've massacred everyone in Britannia! I guess the Avatar thinks he's playing Fallout
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