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Planescape Torment A Novelization Of The Popular 1999 Computer Game Planescape Torment.By Taking The Original Text From The Game, Then Developing It Into A Story Through Chronicling And Narrating The Story, The Whole Plot Has Been Edited Into An Epic Fantasy Tale Original Text C 1999 Interplay Productions Chris Avellone And Colin McComb All Rights Reserved Additional Material Was Adapted From ShadowCatboy S Torment LP On The Something Awful Forums Also Containing Parts Adapted From The Rhyss Hess Edition.Editing And Revision By Logan Stromberg.



10 thoughts on “Planescape Torment

  1. says:

    This is the second novelization of Planescape Torment I ve read after the one by Rhys Hess , and it captures the charm and philosophical thrills of the original game as vividly as I remember them Adding its own scintillation like Morte sn


  2. says:

    Note I didn t read the Rhys Hess edition, but a new edition that just got finished in 2011, which in my opinion is 1000 times better The only place I can find it is here Probably one of my most favorite novels It s understandably hard


  3. says:

    I have taken the liberty to add an electronic book here because of its one outstanding qulaity the awesome dialogs In this unofficial novelization, Rhys Hess has linked together the most memorable scenes from the game in a single coherent plotlin


  4. says:

    Endure, in enduring grow strong.With this in mind I have undertaken the reading of this mammoth of a novelization after all the game that the book draws from is famous for having a record amount of written text of all games, still I didn t ex


  5. says:

    Superb Flawed as a game script doesn t quite work naturally as a novel, there is such a volume of dialogue, but framing it in such a way and linking the original words with love and appreciation for the source material this is a novel anyone who liked th


  6. says:

    What can change the nature of a man Whether regret, or love, or revenge or fear whatever you believe can change the nature of a man, can.


  7. says:

    Converting in game dialogue into a novel doesn t work.


  8. says:

    Best game to book conversion ever especially since it shows how much content I had missed when I played the game.


  9. says:

    The Nameless One awakes on a mortuary slab in the city of Sigil, the nexus of all of the planes of existence He does not know who he is or how he came to be there, only that he can not die His body is covered with strange scars and tatoos that may be a clue to his true


  10. says:

    The script is great, but you should read this not in substitution of playing the game, but only as a complimentary lecture for recalling some dialogue or encounter you liked.


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