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The Ice Caves Deluxe

by Jon Walker

Episode 264 of Eamon

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About the Story

You have spent the last two years living in the woods with your girlfriend, Lovely Lil. But living in the bliss can set you up for nasty surprises.

You came home from the weapons maker (his shop is near the Main Hall) and found the cabin locked. This of course would not upset you except Lovely Lil is nowhere to be found and the place certainly looks like there was a fight. After careful examination you find broom tracks and realize that your old enemy Broomhandle the Witch stole her.

Being a gentle natured person, you decide that you are going to have to kill the witch and find your girlfriend.

You see a message in the dirt that says: "ICE CAVE".

A challenge if ever there was one!

This adventure is part of the Eamon universe. Like all Eamon adventures, it is an RPG-style game, mostly using a two-word parser. Because Eamon is a modular system, you may bring a character and equipment from other adventures into this one.

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Editorial Reviews

Eamon Wiki (Eamon Deluxe Newsletter Vol.2 no.1 March 2012)

This is in fact a very simple beginner-level adventure even for the loose standards of the early time period of Classic Eamon in which it was written, with the biggest of the few specials for this adventure being a hackneyed "find your missing lover" quest that is powered by routines lifted straight out of Lair of the Minotaur and The Abductor's Quarters.
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