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SummaryAbout the original game Pool of Radiance: Ruins of Myth Drannor
The GoodIf this game plays at all like the original 2001 release, I don't see what anyone is complaining about. It was one of the best D&D games I have ever played and I have played almost all of them. I disagree with one person's recommendation of a warrior in the party. It's better with a paladin that can double as a cleric to help turn the undead and even do a bit of healing. The survivability goes up surprisingly a lot with that combination. A rogue is a must and I recommend a mage. That's the secret combination I found that works best.
The BadIt was so long I didn't get to finish it and now I can't find anyplace to download it since my new comp doesn't have a disk drive.