Talk:Advanced Dungeons & Dragons: Treasure of Tarmin

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Reassess[edit]

This should no longer be a stub. Whomever edited it to its current level should be commended. It seems like an excellent article now.139.48.25.61 (talk) 15:23, 21 August 2008 (UTC)

Infinite Play[edit]

I removed this section:

In theory the game could be played infinitely, especially if the player were to possess all three of the magic spell books, which allowed the player to see through walls, allowed the player to move through walls, and allowed the player to turn all their items platinum. Although the spell books also never break through use, the more powerful weapons break often

For two reasons;

  • It is original research WP:NOR
  • But mainly because it isn't true. The magic spell books were subject to breakage just like everything else IIRC. You could go through the maze over and over; at some point, you would break all the magic books in the dungeon, kill every monster, and run out of arrows and spritual weapons. You would run out of food. You might kill all the monsters before that happened, but that would only produce a stalemate in which you and the Minotaur's treasure were all that was left in the dungeon. At that point - are you really still "playing"? 139.48.25.60 (talk) 21:42, 5 April 2011 (UTC)