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November 5th, 2012, 13:45
Fascinating news, thanks for posting. It makes me more enthused about really getting into Eschalon: Book I as well, which I'm having fun with so far (playing a mage and are about level 8) although the resting pattern and combat itself can be a little repetitive. I like the challenge and the exploration though, which keeps me going.

Just out of curiousity; what are Watchers opinions on the key differences between Book I and II? I haven't purchased II yet but maybe a couple more well reasoned endorsements or not could push me either way.

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Diddledy low,
Come brave blood sheep,
You've a goodly way to go.
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