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The Angband Ladder: Brak, the Templar, Dwarf Templar by <cnrobertson@yahoo.com>

  [Unangband 0.5.2a Character Dump]

 Name   Brak, the Templar                        Self  RB  CB  EB   Best
 Sex    Male              Age        47   STR! 18/100  +2  -1  +3 18/140
 Race   Dwarf             Height     47   INT! 18/100  -3  -3  +3  18/70
 Class  Templar           Weight    153   WIS:  18/99  +2  +3  +9 18/239
 Title  ***WINNER***      Status      1   DEX! 18/100  -2  -1  +1  18/80
 HP     963/963           Maximize    Y   CON! 18/100  +2  +0  +8 18/200
 SP     366/366           Preserve    Y   CHR! 18/100  -3  +2  +3 18/120

 Level           50       Armor     [57,+90]     Saving Throw  Legendary
 Cur Exp    9866352       Fight      (+7,+8)     Stealth       Very Good
 Max Exp    9866352       Melee PWS(+17,+18)     Fighting         Heroic
 Adv Exp   ********       Shoot B  (+27,+22)     Shooting      Legendary
                          Blows       3/turn     Disarming        Superb
 Gold      11111738       Shots       2/turn     Magic Device     Heroic
                                                 Perception         Fair
 Burden   276.4 lbs       Infra        80 ft     Searching          Fair

     You are one of two children of a Dwarven Prison Guard.  You
     are the black sheep of the family.  You have dark brown
     eyes, straight black hair, a one foot beard, and a dark
     complexion.


  [Last Messages]

> You have no room for Soft Leather Armour [4].
> You sense the presence of magic objects!
> There is a quartz vein in the way.
> You have no room for a Scroll titled "con klieep" of Enchant Weapon To-Dam.
> You have no room for Soft Leather Armour [4].
> You have no room for a Giant blue frog Bone.
> You have no room for a Storm Rune stone.
> It grunts with pain.
> It grunts with pain.
> It grunts with pain.
> It grunts with pain.
> It grunts with pain.
> It grunts with pain.
> Your Walnut Rod of Detect Magic has charged.
> Character dump successful.


  [Character Equipment]

a) The Beaked Axe of Theoden (2d6) (+10,+10) (+3)
    It is especially deadly against dragons.  It modifies wisdom and
    constitution.  It gives its wielder slow digestion and telepathy.  
b) The Long Bow 'Belthronding' (x3) (+20,+22) (+1)
    It modifies dexterity, stealth, speed and shots.  It provides
    resistance to disenchantment.  
c) a Pewter Ring of Speed (+16)
d) a Pewter Ring of Speed (+10)
e) The Amulet of Ingwe (+3)
    It modifies intelligence, wisdom, charisma and infravision.  It
    provides resistance to acid, electricity and cold.  It provides
    immunity to paralysis and magical slowness.  It gives its wielder see
    invisible.  
f) The Phial of Galadriel
g) The Adamantite Plate Mail 'Soulkeeper' (-4) [40,+18] (+2)
    It modifies constitution.  It sustains constitution.  It provides
    resistance to acid, cold, fear, powerful darkness, powerful confusion,
    nexus, nether, chaos and losing experience.  It provides immunity to
    hallucination and the effects of confusion.  
h) The Cloak 'Colannon' [1,+15] (+3)
    It modifies stealth and speed.  It provides resistance to nexus.  
i) The Large Metal Shield of Anarion [5,+17]
    It sustains all stats.  It provides resistance to acid, electricity,
    fire and cold.  
j) The Golden Crown of Gondor [0,+15] (+3)
    It modifies strength, wisdom, constitution and speed.  It provides
    resistance to fire, cold, powerful light, powerful confusion, sound and
    chaos.  It provides immunity to blindness, stunning, hallucination and
    the effects of confusion.  It gives its wielder brighter light,
    regeneration and see invisible.  
k) a Set of Cesti of Free Action [5,+12]
    It provides resistance to poison.  It provides immunity to the effects
    of poison.  
l) a Pair of Metal Shod Boots of Free Action [6,+9]
    It provides resistance to sound.  It provides immunity to stunning.  
m) 90 Silver Arrows (3d4) (+0,+0)


  [Character Inventory]

a) a Prayer Book of Mantras {@2, fireproof}
    It is not damaged by fire.  
b) a Prayer Book of Chants <Flame> {@3}
    It is not damaged by fire.  
c) a Prayer Book of Exorcisms {@4, fireproof}
    It is not damaged by fire.  
d) a Prayer Book of the Way of God {@5}
e) a Prayer Book of Divine Insights {@9}
f) 2 Prayer Books of Laying of Hands {@6}
g) a Prayer Book of Miracles
h) a Prayer Book of Battle Hymns {@0}
i) 2 Prayer Books of Retribution {@7}
j) a Prayer Book of Abjurations {@8, fireproof}
    It is not damaged by fire.  
k) a Song Book of Tunes {@1, fireproof}
    It is not damaged by fire.  
l) 16 Curdled Potions of Speed
m) a Misty Potion of *Healing*
n) a Hazy Potion of Restore Mana
o) a Scroll titled "ish bitnelg" of Banishment
p) a Scroll titled "abtox funelg" of Mass Banishment
q) a Walnut Rod of Detect Magic
r) a Jewelled Rod of Gauge Magic
s) an Adamantite Rod of Speed
t) The Jewel Encrusted Crown 'Malach' [0,+16] (+4)
    It modifies strength, intelligence and charisma.  It gives its wielder
    see invisible.  
u) The Massive Iron Crown of Morgoth [0,+0] (+125) {cursed}
    It modifies all stats and infravision.  It provides resistance to acid,
    electricity, fire, cold, poison, fear, powerful light, powerful
    darkness, powerful confusion, nexus and nether.  It provides immunity
    to the effects of poison and the effects of confusion.  It gives its
    wielder brighter light, telepathy and see invisible.  
v) The Halberd of Ulmo (8d4) (+15,+19) (+4)
    It is especially deadly against natural creatures and dragons.  It
    modifies dexterity.  It provides resistance to acid, nether and losing
    experience.  It provides immunity to acid, paralysis and magical
    slowness.  It gives its wielder slow digestion, regeneration and see
    invisible.  It is blessed by the gods, allowing priests to wield it. 
    
w) The Mighty Hammer 'Grond' (9d9) (+5,+25) [+10]
    It does extra damage from earthquakes.  It is especially deadly against
    natural creatures, evil, undead, demons, orcs and trolls.  It is a
    great bane of undead, demons and dragons.  It gives its wielder
    telepathy and see invisible.  It burdens you with aggravation.  


  [Home Inventory]

a) a Cloud Rune stone
b) The Ring of Barahir (+1)
    It modifies all stats and stealth.  It provides resistance to poison
    and powerful darkness.  It provides immunity to the effects of poison.
     
c) The Metal Brigandine Armour of Beleglian (+6,+0) [19,+15] (+3)
    It modifies intelligence, wisdom and constitution.  It provides
    resistance to acid, electricity, fire, cold, poison, fear, powerful
    light, powerful darkness, powerful confusion, sound and disenchantment.
     It provides immunity to blindness, stunning, the effects of poison and
    the effects of confusion.  It gives its wielder brighter light.  
d) The Cloak 'Holcolleth' [1,+4] (+2)
    It modifies intelligence, wisdom, stealth and speed.  It provides
    resistance to acid.  
e) The Cloak 'Egnon' [1,+13]
    It provides resistance to nexus.  It provides immunity to fire.  
f) The Large Leather Shield of Galathrel [4,+18] (+3)
    It modifies constitution and speed.  It provides resistance to
    electricity.  It gives its wielder slow digestion and brighter light.
     
g) The Iron Helm of Dor-Lomin [5,+20] (+4)
    It modifies strength, dexterity and constitution.  It provides
    resistance to acid, electricity, fire, cold and fear.  It gives its
    wielder brighter light, telepathy and see invisible.  
h) The Set of Cesti of Valion [5,+8] (+3)
    It modifies dexterity and stealth.  It sustains dexterity.  It provides
    resistance to fire and fear.  It provides immunity to acid and
    blindness.  It gives its wielder slow digestion and brighter light.  
i) The Morning Star of Naeretin (4d6) (+11,+28) [+3] (+6)
    It is especially deadly against evil and giants.  It modifies strength
    and speed.  It provides resistance to electricity, fire, fear, shards
    and nether.  It provides immunity to cuts.  It burdens you with
    aggravation.  
j) The Two-Handed Flail of Gundolad (6d6) (+7,+10)
    It is especially deadly against orcs, trolls and giants.  It is a great
    bane of undead.  It sustains intelligence.  It gives its wielder see
    invisible.  It senses orcs and trolls.  
k) The Long Bow 'Egolor' (x3) (+17,+7)
    It sustains wisdom.  It provides resistance to chaos.  It provides
    immunity to blindness, hallucination, paralysis and magical slowness.
     It gives its wielder regeneration.  


  [Options]

Adult: Allow purchase of stats using points  : no  (adult_point_based)
Adult: Allow specification of minimal stats  : no  (adult_auto_roller)
Adult: Maximize effect of race/class bonuses : yes (adult_maximize)
Adult: Preserve artifacts when leaving level : yes (adult_preserve)
Adult: Restrict the use of stairs/recall     : no  (adult_ironman)
Adult: Restrict the use of stores/home       : no  (adult_no_stores)
Adult: Restrict creation of artifacts        : no  (adult_no_artifacts)
Adult: Randomize all of the artifacts        : no  (adult_rand_artifacts)
Adult: Play in Lord of the Rings campaign    : yes (adult_campaign)
Score: Peek into object creation             : no  (score_peek)
Score: Peek into monster creation            : no  (score_hear)
Score: Peek into dungeon creation            : no  (score_room)
Score: Peek into something else              : no  (score_xtra)
Score: Know complete monster info            : no  (score_know)
Score: Allow player to avoid death           : no  (score_live)
Score: Know complete artifact/ego info       : no  (score_lore)
Score: Auto-inscribe items as if known       : no  (score_auto)



Posted on 17.5.2003 04:48
Last updated on 1.6.2003 22:05

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On 17.5.2003 04:48 cnrobertson@yahoo.com wrote:
Finished Mirkwood, thinking about heading for Lake Town - but I'd like to find a source of permanent fire resistance first. Quite a lot of artifacts, but no random ones yet.


On 23.5.2003 04:58 cnrobertson@yahoo.com wrote:
Currently in Minas Tirith, after making it through Moria - most of Galadriel's gifts weren't up to much, but the armor more than made up for the rest. I just had a battle with Denethor which was more or less a draw - it's very difficult to get the teleporting uniques to actually fight you in a dungeon setting.

On 26.5.2003 19:05 cnrobertson@yahoo.com wrote:
Looks like I'll be in Minas Tirith / Paths of the Dead for a while, since I have concluded that Denethor is basically unkillable for me right now unless I can get more speed. I have a few nice weapons which I swap in and out in various situations. Relying heavily on *dispel evil* for the undead. Some rings of speed would be nice.


On 31.5.2003 04:11 cnrobertson@yahoo.com wrote:
Things are looking up thanks to those nice rings of speed I found. However, I can't seem to find a way through Paths of the Dead despite having killed the guardian. Please tell me I don't have to go and spend hours teleporting around after Denethor again...


On 1.6.2003 22:05 cnrobertson@yahoo.com wrote:
Finished! After campaign locations like Udun, Angband hardly seemed like much of a challenge, even at level 99. Morgoth went down fairly easily to Armour of God and *dispel evil* - it felt a bit cheap, but I didn't want to take chances for my first win. It was interesting to see that he can't tunnel in this variant. This led to some interesting effects - at one point he sealed himself in a little room with his earthquake attack and couldn't get out. I had to cast earthquake myself to let him out again...

It was a lot of fun to play the campaign mode and see all the different locations. I didn't spend long in some of the later ones because (a) they're dangerous and (b) I was getting tired of not having home storage.

On the whole I'd say it's a little easier than Vanilla thanks to things like some of the variant options, lower breath damages etc. even though there are a few things that are trickier (it's difficult to control summons, for example). The campaign mode definitely adds an extra challenge though - it's a bit like a somewhat easier version of ironman play.

Fun character - I may try another one at some stage.


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