Sunday, June 15, 2014

Baldur's Gate Enhancements

Baldur's Gate, released in 1998 is considered by many to be the game that re-energized the computer-based fantasy role playing genre. BG is based on the Dungeons & Dragons ruleset and like a tabletop game could be played by multiple people in a party. BG and its expansions and sequels used the Infinity Engine and community developers found ways to make modifications to the games.

The enhancements that I developed are compatible with Baldur's Gate II ("BG2") and BG1Tutu (a free utility that allows playing BG using the BG2 version of the engine and rules). Many other enhancements by other authors can be found at the Pocket Plane Group site.

Download my BG2/BG1Tutu enhancements collection

Description of my BG2/BG1Tutu enhancements:

BBBKPG-BG2: Book Bags - creates nine containers for books

BBPBAG: Potion Bags - creates nine containers for potions

BBQUIV-BG2: Arrow Quivers - creates nine quivers for arrows

BBQUIVB-BG2: Bolt Quivers - creates nine quivers for crossbow bolts

BBQUIVC-BG2: Ammunition Belts - creates nine shoulder belts for sling bullets and darts

BBSCCS: Scroll Cases - creates nine scroll cases for scrolls

BBSCARDR-BG2: Scimitar of the Arch-Druid - A uniquely powerful +3 Scimitar usable by druids

Special thanks to Westley Weimer, Armin Schaefer, Jon Olav Hauglid, the developers of Baldur's Gate and the Infinity Engine, and of course Gary Gygax.

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