Dungeons & Dragons Warriors of the Eternal Sun

Born in 1992

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  • SEGA

  • FormatVideo & Arcade
  • TypeRPG
  • SystemConsole

Every proper Dungeons & Dragons game must have an epic story to tell, and Warriors of the Eternal Sun is no exception. 

The Warriors of the Eternal Sun delivers more than a great story!
Fabio Naprossen

Based on the "Hollow World" D&D campaign setting, the game transports you (and Duke Barrik's castle) to a mysterious valley with impossibly high cliffs and a bright, red sun always shining over it.

But while you explore this weird new world, the mystery deepens!

The inhabitants of the castle are slowly becoming hostile and turning against you, and you will have to translate ancient runes, find magic scrolls, summon immortal beings and discover the true nature of the valley in order to escape from it.

But Warriors of the Eternal Sun delivers more than a great story: the box/cover art is fantastic, and so is the in-game music with more than 20 scores! Rules of the game Like any respectable D&D title, you will have to "roll" your characters.

The typical, "old school" first edition classes are all represented: Fighter, Wizard, Thief, Elf, Dwarf, Halfling.

One you have your party of four characters, you can start adventuring.
You will explore the world, talk to people, gather clues and solve mysteries, and eventually descend into dark dungeons and fight powerful enemies. Memories from that year We used to meet at a friend's house to play D&D pretty much every weekend, and it was a blast!

TSR had recently released AD&D 2nd Edition, and the board game "Classic Dungeon" based on the 1975's tabletop by Gary Gygax hit the stores that very year.

Warriors of the Eternal Sun is the first and only licensed D&D game for the Sega Mega Drive, and it just had to be part of my personal collection.

Review by Fabio Naprossen

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  • SEGA

  • FormatVideo & Arcade
  • TypeRPG
  • SystemConsole

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