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Eye of the Beholder II: The Legend of Darkmoon, the sequel to Eye of the Beholder, continues exploration of the graphical fantasy role playing world by expanding the scope and size of the original. Instead of being restricted to the sewers below the City of Waterdeep, this follow up title enlarges the area of the adventure to include forests, temples, catacombs and three massive towers. The basic game structure with four player characters and two non-player characters in your party and the point and click mouse or keyboard interface remains similar to the first title. The storyline takes place in TSR's Forgotten Realms game world located around Temple Darkmoon. Eye of the Beholder II: The Legend of Darkmoon features more people to interact with, a larger world to explore, more effective spells (a total of 55 spells are available), nastier and smarter beasts and monsters to confront (including humans) and mysteries to solve. The point system to advance character experience is enhanced from the first game as is the defensive (armor) and offensive (weaponry, spells) skill tables. Class distinctions (6), alignments (9), races (6) and abilities (6) are augmented by several other characteristics such as armor class, hit points and levels of skill. Advanced Dungeons & Dragons 2nd Edition game rules apply to Eye of the Beholder II: The Legend of Darkmoon and the game contains an option to transfer characters and items from Eye of the Beholder. ~ Michael L. House, All Game Guide