Neverwinter Nights Diamond Edition by BioWare™
by Greg G Lusienski July 28,2011
Neverwinter Nights was release to the general public in Jul 18, 2002 and became a sensation blood lust for the D20 Fan base of D&D by Wizards of The Coast. Its epic story line hooks players right from the beginning and keeps them hacking away at the game for hours on end. Not only could you play the standard races Elf, Human, Dwarf, Halfling, Gnome, Half Orc, it had an option to enter in a sub-race to play. The game took players through a complex and dangerous Forgotten Realms fantasy world setting filled with danger from rogues, looters, and powerful mages that lurk around corners. With undead plaguing the streets of Neverwinter your job was to find the cure to what ills the people of the kingdom of Neverwinter and to bring forth the guilty to be punished by Lord Nasher.
Neverwinter could be played as single player or group of up to 64 players playing via private LAN or by internet connection.
The Neverwinter Night also gave the player the freedom to create their own content with the Auora Nights game tool set that comes with each game. This feature gave the player the ability to build landscapes, dungeons, forests, cities, castles and inns and place dragons, undead and magical traps to challenge those that dared search their realms for gold and treasure to be looted.
The Neverwinter was followed up by two more epic story-lines that took player for continued adventures: Hordes of the Underdark and Shadows of Undrentide along with three other mini-adventures from BioWare™ that now come with Diamond edition. This game has fallen out of favor with server gamers only to come rushing back to it time and time again. The Neverwinter Night sold for $49.98 when it was released from BioWare™ in 2008 and now sells on GamersGate.com for $9.98 which is a steal for young gamers wanting an epic game that they will enjoy time and time again.
In closing I give this game Personal 5 Stars! Loot grab this game...
I think it would be cool if Wizards of the Coast created a Magic the Gathering card for NeverWinter Nights. If NeverWinter Nights is placed in a graveyard or forced to be discarded the owning player may place NeverWinter Nights back into hand and play again. Five 5 black to summon deals damage equal to the number of cards that NeverWinter Night land on top of in grave yard. Comes into play untapped and blocks for the number of cards in graveyard.