Baldur's Gate: A Novelization (Forgotten Realms: Computer by Philip Athans

By Philip Athans

Bhaal needs to be stopped!Someone is sabotaging the iron mines of the Sword Coast, pushing robust nation-states towards a bloody warfare, and a tender mercenary towards an unbelievable secret.Evil gods, titanic spiders, murderous doppelgangers, flesh-eating ghouls, and depraved Zhentarim come to lifestyles within the action-packed novelization of the Baldur's Gate computing device video game shape BioWare and interaction.

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He’d slept a long time and looked like he should sleep some more, but he would live. Khalid looked a bit better. The magic from the potion and a long rest on his own had made him a new man. Abdel looked at him and tried to think of a way to apologize to Khalid for almost killing him. ” Abdel asked Jaheira. “He was meeting you. . ” “Yes,” Jaheira said, “but we don’t know what it was. He had someone—or something—who could—that could . ” She was lying. Abdel had been around lying enough to see that.

The halfling protested when he stopped to light it, but they hadn’t gone very far from the muttering mage before Abdel couldn’t see at all. At the speed Jaheira had fled, Abdel guessed she had enough elf blood in her to be able to see in the dark like one. Montaron was not only able to see in the dark, he very vocally preferred it to any level of illumination. There were more side tunnels—lots more—than Abdel expected, and he was beginning to realize he would be lucky to find his way back to the entrance, let alone find Jaheira.

Abdel looked at him and tried to think of a way to apologize to Khalid for almost killing him. ” Abdel asked Jaheira. “He was meeting you. . ” “Yes,” Jaheira said, “but we don’t know what it was. He had someone—or something—who could—that could . ” She was lying. Abdel had been around lying enough to see that. These two had their own secrets, just like Montaron and Xzar. ” Xan asked again. Khalid and Jaheira avoided the question skillfully enough that the elf finally let them keep their secret.

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