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Evets


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Copyright: © Copyright 1987-1990 Steven P. Ackerman,
Platform: DOS Games
Language:
Genre: Adventure
Rating: 4.7
(3 Votes)
Added: 6428 Days ago  
Players: Single Player
License: Shareware
Downloads: 146
"Dark forces are at work here, Evets," said Belham. "The walls seem to glow with a strange green radiancy."
"Be still," Evets replied, "We're being watched." Just as Evets ended his sentence, the walls of the corridor began to close in on the two explorers.
"Desinite," Evets said as he gestured at the incoming walls. He pointed a long finger, first at one wall, then the other. They stopped moving. Belham felt uneasy. He had never gotten quite used to his master's use of sorcery.
The two quietly moved the length of the corridor, stopping at a closed door. Unknown to them, a hidden door in the ceiling had swung silently open. Four yellow eyes peered down from above. Without warning, two winged creatures floated down from the door and landed silently behind the two, poised for an attack. Belham must have felt the surge of wind or sensed some danger. He quickly turned, drawing his sword to face the attackers. Evets turned, and on seeing the attackers, started mumbling a spell.
Each of the two winged creatures stood about 8 feet tall. Their huge shapes side by side in the corridor blocked any possible escape from the way Evets and Belham had come.
Belham swung his sword, barely missing one of the creature's long arms. He dodged a blow that surely would have crushed him, parried a second blow and dashed his sword in for another attack. Blood slowly started to flow from a fresh cut on the creature's wing.
A bright flash of white hot light started to stream from Evets' open hand, engulfing one of the winged creatures. Screams of searing pain filled the corridor, making the second creature pause slightly. The pause was just enough for Belham. His sword flashed, first striking the creature's wing, nearly tearing it from it's body. Then a final blow, striking the creature in the heart. But Belham had not seen the creature's hand rise. A clenched fist hit him full in the face. He wheeled, losing his grip on his sword, staggered and fell. Blood dripped from his nose and mouth.
The creature stood motionless, looking at the sword protruding from it's chest. The look wasn't of fear or of anger. It was more a look of puzzlement, of surprise. Evidently the creature thought itself immortal. It just stood there staring for what seemed an eternity to Belham and Evets.
Slowly its eyes closed as it slumped to the floor. Belham retrieved his sword from its chest. There was nothing left of the second creature but a smoldering carcass of ashes.
Evets again turned his attention to the door. He raised his hands and started to mumble an incantation.
"Enough of this," Belham blurted. "Why don't you just open the door like a normal mortal?" He pushed Evets aside and turned the handle.
"No," Evets cried. "It's a trap!"
Just then a trap door in the floor flew open. The two fell. How far they fell is unknown

That was 200 years ago. Some say their ghosts still haunt the deep passages of the dungeons beneath this castle. Few have ventured below, and fewer still have returned. Those that did return brought with them riches- many riches, and many tales; tales of dark creatures with no eyes; Tales of skeleton armies commanded by powerful undead dark lords. Some have even said they've seen servants of Evets himself, though I doubt that. Not even Evets could live for 200 years.

The Innkeeper finished his tale.


There are riches to be taken,
Legends to be made.
You can be a part of it.
The choice is yours.

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