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| Amazon          = B001B4A4K0

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Eye of the Beholder II: The Legend of Darkmoon
Platform: DOS
Year: 1991
Developer: Westwood Associates
Buy: Amazon

Eye of the Beholder II: The Legend of Darkmoon is the sequel to the classic hit Advanced Dungeons and Dragons game, Eye of the Beholder. The game was also released on the Commodore Amiga.


Your party is resting in an inn until a note gets slipped to them by Khelben Blackstaff, archmage of Waterdeep. The message tells you he needs to see you as soon as possible. When you arrive Khelben tells the party that ancient evil is lurking in the Temple Darkmoon and he is afraid that it will destroy Waterdeep. He also mentions how he sent a scout but she never returned and he's concerned for her. Khelben then gives the party a coin that can be used in the game for him to contact you when he needs to. He then teleports the party near the temple.


The music in this game fitted the game perfectly. It featured orchestral and rock tracks for whenever you encounter something or someone. The music was written by Frank Klepacki. Frank said he used AdLib Visual Composer to write the music. He used Paul Mudra's bank file for AdLib Visual Composer for the instruments.