Added a point of damage to darts. Need even more definitions? Fleeing monsters will now occasionally jump into chasms or venture into water when chased. Fixed several potential causes of out-of-sync errors.
Fixed inaccuracy in the description of transference rings. Fixed a longstanding bug that would rarely cause items to generate inside of walls. Fixed a bug that unsettlingly caused resurrected allies to keep burning if they were burning when they died. Fixed a bug that allowed a seizing monster krakens or bog monsters to maintain their grip around a corner that obstructed melee attacks.
Fixed a bug that caused allies in the grip of a seizing monster to stop attacking and give up when the player was more than 11 spaces away. Fixed a bug that permitted monsters to be polymorphed into phoenixes which would not drop eggs when they died or mangrove dryads which would be unable to attack the player effectively. Fixed a bug that caused enchanted whips to be disproportionately likely to be runic relative to comparable weapons. Fixed items and creatures burning up when they land on a temporary hole in a lava field created by descent or pit bloat.
Fixed creatures fleeing over sanctuary glyphs. Fixed a bug that let monsters drop items on steam vents. Fixed a bug that would prevent auto-ID of commuted rings of known enchantment level but unknown type. Fixed a bug that prevented allied krakens from learning from flying enemies. Cursed items will no longer appear in vaults. The food clock is significantly tighter. Summoned allies reveal themselves to you telepathically, as do normal allies that have traveled with you for some time and monsters under the influence of a staff of entrancement.
Poisonous melee attacks will stack, and poisonous monsters will not flee when you are poisoned. Attempting to move while seized by a grappling monster that you can see krakens, bog monsters will not cause you to lose a turn.
Staffs recharge with a slight degree of randomness so players will not be coerced into counting turns to derive the charge level of an unidentified staff. Teleportation will try to move the player at least a certain pathing distance from where she started. Allies will more reliably flee from monsters when appropriate instead of casting spells, and monsters that maintain distance will more reliably flee from allies.
Increased the total number of lumenstones generated from 23 to Addressed an exploit known as stair-dancing by allowing monsters moving between depths to displace any monster or player already standing at the entrance to the destination staircase. Allies no longer continue to increase in power past depth Fixed a bug that caused protection status on the player to wear off too slowly.
Fixed a bug that caused staffs recharged by a scroll or charm of recharging to take a long time to recover subsequent charges. Fixed a bug that caused the inventory display to occasionally misalign the detect magic glyphs. Fixed a bug that could cause certain bridges to terminate in water. Fixed a bug that allowed the player to blink onto the staircase tile. Fixed a bug that prevented guards of captive monsters from approaching their captive to attack it.
Fixed a bug that allowed fire-immune allies to cast firebolts from within explosive gas. Fixed a bug that caused flying monsters to avoid poisonous lichen in some contexts, even though it cannot harm them.
Several new monster types that appear exclusively as allies, and a new quest room in which they appear. New weakness status effect that can be inflicted temporarily by centipedes. Equipped items are listed at the top of the inventory and separated from the remainder of the items by a one-line divider. The names of unknown item types are displayed with purple coloration. A few more pieces of information are included in item description screens. Visible items on the floor are listed in the sidebar below monsters.
The variance of gold generated as a function of depth has been tightened substantially between games so that score better reflects depth assuming that one finds all of the gold. Targeting will default to the last confirmed target when it remains a valid and appropriate target. Throwing an item will auto-target a monster only if the item is a weapon or potion. Calling an item a blank string instead of pressing escape will remove any existing inscription and revert to, e. Coloration of locked doors is more distinctive, and water is a deeper blue.
Fleeing monkeys stop fleeing if they drop your item to water currents. Allies will no longer cast negation at reflective opponents. Allies can again absorb invisibility from defeated enemies.
Rings of regeneration have been nerfed at high enchantment levels, so that they will never permit full regeneration in less than two to three turns.
Hallucination potions that have been affected by detect magic will auto-identify when thrown. Title screen colors are somewhat calmer. Lots of bug fixes. How to Play Move around the dungeon with the mouse, the vi-keys hjklyubn or keypad keys. The arrow keys will also work, but they do not allow diagonal movement. Other commands are as listed in the help screen, which you can access by typing a question mark or clicking on the "Menu" button at the bottom of the screen.
Certain terrain features locked doors, stairs, altars, etc. The dungeon generation code has been rewritten from scratch, and the dungeon is generated with several new basic room shapes. The rapier deals slightly more damage, requires 15 strength, and will perform a triple-damage never-miss lunge attack if you are one space away from an enemy and step directly toward it.
Runic effects on rapiers are also more likely to trigger. Brief flashes of light are displayed to indicate discovered secrets and other events. The deepest dungeon depth is now 40 instead of , and it contains a reward for players skillful and insane enough to reach it.
Groups of monsters will now swarm their enemies more intelligently. Plate armor now grants a base armor value of 11, down from Natural crystal formations reflect magical bolts.
Removed scrolls and charms of fear. A type of item will automatically become identified if it is the last type of that item category not to be identified. All item types in a vault will auto-identify as soon as you enter the vault, obviating the need to sequentially pick up and drop each such item.
When monkeys steal darts or other stackable weapons, they will steal only half of the stack at a time as long as you have more than three. Charms are less common. Otherwise it just burns. Weapons of multiplicity can summon up to 7 images and armor of multiplicity can summon up to 5, in each case based on their enchantment level, up from a maximum of 3.
Diagonal movement is permitted around all terrain except for walls and obstruction crystals. In other words, you can now step diagonally around statues, caged altars, wooden barricades, etc.
Tossing an item into lava will result in a one-cell gout of flame, which can ignite flammable gas clouds. Items carried by monsters are now always identified in the monster details display. Attempting to move while confused and next to lava will prompt the player for confirmation, as will attempting to drink a potion that is known to be bad. Saved games load about twice as quickly.
Allies and other monsters are less likely to clip through walls in a variety of contexts, including upon summoning and when moving between depths. Enemy monsters are again willing to cast offensive spells at allies that have learned reflection.
Wands of plenty are now generated with charges, like wands of domination, instead of charges. Polymorph will no longer generate liches or phoenixes, to avoid odd outcomes with phylacteries and phoenix eggs. Phoenix eggs have twice as much health, and phoenixes do more damage. Fixed several potential causes of out-of-sync errors. Fixed a few bugs related to vault generation edge cases.
Fixed a bug that could cause the player's armor value to display as negative, even though it cannot go below zero. Fixed a bug that allowed you to spend a scroll of identify on a charm. Fixed a bug that caused the duration of entrancement to be shorter than it should be. Fixed a bug that caused weakened monsters to hit more accurately instead of less accurately though their damage output and defense were correctly lowered.
Fixed a bug that could cause high-level charms of protection to provide too much shielding and potentially destabilize the game, and rebalanced the charm of protection to offer more benefit at lower enchantment levels.
Fixed a bug that caused monsters to wander back and forth repeatedly by rewriting the wandering code from scratch. Removed experience from the game to reward exploration instead of combat, in part to avoid discouraging character builds that survive by avoiding or incapacitating monsters instead of killing them. Potions of healing are now potions of life, and in addition to healing you, they permanently increase your maximum health. Their frequency is now tightly controlled, like scrolls of enchanting and potions of strength.
Each can be activated periodically for a non-targeted effect. New potion, the potion of invisibility. New weapon type, the rapier, which attacks twice as quickly as ordinary weapons. New armor runic, armor of dampening, which renders you immune to explosions though not to flame.
Reduced the frequency of treasure rooms to its former, pre Increased the accuracy progression of weapon enchantment to a compounding 6. The items that monsters drop are all pre-determined at the start of the game, to prevent different players playing the same seed from finding different items. Monsters will also no longer drop food. Depths from have only two lumenstones each, and depths after that have only one lumenstone each.
Fixed a bug that prevented hidden pit traps from being permanently discovered when you fell through them. Fixed a bug that could cause allies and occasionally players and items to fall through the ground when activating extending bridges. Fixed a bug that could prevent phoenix eggs from hatching. Fixed a bug that could cause out-of-sync errors when attempting to throw an equipped weapon, confirming at the confirmation box and then canceling during targeting.
Fixed an issue that could cause foliage and rings to appear as colorful emoticons under Mac OS Many thanks to Joe Wreschnig and Dennis Gentry for their assistance in solving this issue. Weapons of slaying will never miss their intended target, and will not be generated for bloats of any kind.
Enchanting a wand will add to it the minimum number of charges that a wand of that type can initially have. Inanimate creatures cannot be weakened. Goblin conjurer allies will no longer count blades from the prior or next depth toward their summoning quota.
Reduced the frequency of monkeys in the interest of being less annoying. Burning monsters will not ignite terrain while they are submerged. Rewind with left-arrow no longer hangs replays when used more than turns into playback. Allies will no longer cast negation on entranced teammates, nor cast offensive spells of any kind at reflective opponents, nor try to engage bloats in melee. Weapons of slaying will not miss their intended targets.
Disabling color effects with the backslash key will result in even blander graphics than before. Jellies will not split if there are already of their clones within one depth, so that the elusive jellymaster build will not cause crashes.
Fixed a bug that disabled the warning dialog box when you tried to walk into flame while levitating. Fixed a bug with playback controls when watching a recording. Magical glyphs connected to guardians will not appear in hallways. When examining items, unequipped weapons will tell you the percent by which equipping the weapon would affect your accuracy and damage, given what you know about the item. Similarly, examining unequipped armor will tell you what your expected armor value would be if you equipped it.
Paralysis trap pressure plates are now physically separate from the locations that emit the paralytic gas, which means there are more hidden tiles that can be discovered to reveal the existence of a paralysis trap, and paralysis gas will generally take a turn or two to reach the player after stepping on the plate.
Several new quest rooms and improvements to existing quest rooms. Stairs are generated in torchlit nooks in the walls of the dungeon. Out of depth monsters generated in shallower depths are drawn from a narrower band of depths, making depths easier, and some monster hordes bog monsters and groups of vampire bats are specifically prevented from spawning out of depth. Portcullises that block poison gas trap rooms cannot be obstructed with items or creatures.
Instead, a hidden lever will be generated inside of the room when the trap is activated that will lift the portcullis. Fixed a bug that constrained possible quest room generation to certain depths. Quietus and paralysis runics trigger slightly less often, and slowness runics trigger slightly more often. Slowness also lasts longer. Hidden dungeon features secret doors, traps, etc. Invisibility granted by a wand is now timed.
The player can become invisible with a reflected bolt from a wand of invisibility, which is treated as being extremely stealthy. Allies will now announce when they are ready to absorb a new ability. Allies will more reliably resume being friendly after being affected by magical fear. Creatures that can cast or breathe fire are now more careful with flammable terrain.
Pathfinding over harmful terrain while under the effect of a temporary status that provides immunity to that terrain -- for example, pathfinding over lava while temporarily immune to fire -- is handled much more intelligently. Dar blademasters have less defense; eels have more. Transference benefits allies less. Explosion tiles will disappear instead of promoting into gas fire.
Fixed a bug that could occasionally cause allies to attack you while they were attempting to escape from harmful terrain such as poisonous gas. Fixed a bug that sometimes caused fleeing monkeys to leap into lava if the player was fire-immune, or into chasms if the player was levitating. Fixed a bug that sometimes caused nausea to cause recordings to go out of sync. Fixed a bug that occasionally generated bridges that lead into deep water.
Fixed a bug that could render gold invisible and unobtainable, though it would still appear on the sidebar. Fixed an exploit that could allow summoner allies to summon an unlimited number of minions. Axes and spears will no longer hit creatures embedded in obstruction crystals. Killing a shielded monster with a weapon of quietus generates the correct amount of blood. Items will no longer float away from you if you are entangled in a spiderweb over deep water.
Unicorns have a more apt appearance. Phylacteries will be destroyed by negation magic. The help screen is more streamlined. The version number is displayed on the title screen.
New main menu screen, new file selection dialog box when loading games and saved recordings, and other miscellaneous interface improvements. Some quest rooms can be generated in open areas, and the same system is used to create flavor terrain according to themes for particular areas. The game is entirely playable by mouse control. A row of buttons has been added to the bottom of the screen to allow mouse access to all game commands. All commands remain accessible from the keyboard as before.
Buttons appear within item description windows to permit mouse-driven item actions equip, unequip, apply, drop, throw, call. The sidebar supports mouse interaction. Pathfinding with travel and explore commands tries to route through spaces that are known to be free of traps, and attempts to avoid annoying terrain like spiderwebs. Several new monsters, including pit bloats, goblin mystics, acidic jellies, underworms and sentinels.
Potions of telepathy now reveal the terrain in the vicinity of distant monsters. Creatures recover from paralysis when they take damage, but any melee attacks against a paralyzed creature including the player are treated as attacks of opportunity, which always hit and deal treble damage. Paralysis potions contain half as much gas, but the paralysis status lasts twice as long. Eels and other media-bound monsters are more aggressive.
Teleportation now tries to move the teleporting creature to a position that is outside of the field of view from the starting position. When jellies split, they will not spawn on the far side of walls. The dungeon is larger by one row. Runic weapons are somewhat less common, particularly among high-damage weapon types. The sidebar will reveal when a poisoned creature has absorbed a fatal dose. Reflection armor will auto-identify when the player reflects a bolt.
Monkeys are willing to steal cursed items, as the previous behavior coerced the player to engage in boring item identification rituals. Incendiary darts will now ignite wall-mounted turrets when thrown directly at them. The high scores screen accommodates five more entries.
Added a quit command to abort the game in progress and return to the high scores screen. Pressing tilde during play will reveal the current turn number in addition to the dungeon seed.
Windows and Linux versions have full-screen mode press F12 or alt-enter for full-screen. Windows and Linux versions support key mapping. Message archive can be viewed by pressing shift-M or by clicking in the message block at the top of the screen. Further refinements to mouse mode.
Tweaked experience point cut-offs at higher levels, with the goal of effectively capping growth at player level Rewinding is now supported during playback in a limited fashion via skipping to a turn that precedes the current turn. Fixed a bug that could corrupt a save file when you load and then immediately re-save the file. Fixed a bug that could cause a recording to hang if the player dies while paralyzed and you fast-forward to a turn during that paralysis. New quest room added. Player health bar fades to red at low health.
Paralysis from paralytic gas lasts 10 turns after the gas dissipates instead of Fixed an issue with a quest room that would cause steam vents to appear instead of mud patches. Entrancing your allies will not turn them against you. Monsters now have genders that are properly reflected in pronouns that describe them.
Firebolts cast by monsters do more damage on impact. Status bars indicating poison will use the creature's maximum health for its scale, so that a poison bar wider than the creature's health bar indicates that the creature has received a fatal dose. Scrolls of shattering no longer create a barrier around the perimeter of the area of effect. Thrown items including non-spell projectiles from monsters cannot be reflected, though they are still subject to ordinary combat rules with respect to accuracy and defense.
Centaurs take only one turn to shoot an arrow. Turrets will no longer spawn on inaccessible walls, e. Fixed an issue that would allow hasted players with the right key to sometimes pass through iron doors without unlocking them. Fixed an issue with armor of multiplicity creating the wrong number of images.
Steam and gas vents have a different appearance. Waterbound monsters stranded on land are described as such. New mouse control features that combine examine mode with auto-travel, and that make the game fully playable without the use of vi-keys.
Some related changes to key commands. New quest rooms, some tweaks to existing quest rooms, and some new flavor terrain throughout the dungeon.
Added Scrolls of Shattering. Added a message informing you what kind of item a scroll, potion, wand or staff is when its effects identify it in addition to marking the item category as identified. Items in certain treasure rooms will be pre-identified. Liches are now more interesting. Explore mode will not seek out keys, since picking them up often triggers traps, and it will be interrupted when a key or stairs are discovered.
Starvation is now gradual. When your nutrition level reaches zero and you have no food, your health will decrease by 1 every turn and will not regenerate. Pink jellies have slightly less health. Monsters with only one maximum health point will not display a health bar. Fixed a bug that could lead to insufficient food being generated. Fixed a bug that could cause an item placed randomly on the level by one quest room to be rendered inaccessible by another quest room.
Fixed various issues with the item details screen for certain items, especially runic weapons and armor and the Staff of Tunneling. Fixed an errant message when drinking a potion of paralysis. The player turns a shade of blue instead of purple when standing in dark shadows.
Scrolls of negation will now properly strip curses from rings on the floor in addition to enchantments. Wands of plenty will clone their target but also halve its health. When saving a recording or saved game, the suggested filename will be incremented as necessary to default to an unused name. Added item description screens, which include useful statistics about the item and are accessible via the inventory or by examining a discarded item on the ground.
Monster descriptions include statistics about how certain staffs and wands will harm or affect the monster, and whether the monster is carrying an item that it stole from you. Messages and monster descriptions are color-coded for clarity.
Monsters that can blink will now do so more intelligently to approach enemies, flee attackers and escape harmful terrain. Numerous tweaks to make colors crisper and the interface less distracting. Allies get stronger over time at a faster rate, are able to attack wall turrets, and are better at following you down pits and stairs.
Monsters are no longer generated in sight of the level start. Gold is now generated independently from items, both to reduce the variance of per-game aggregate gold quantity and to stop gold from being generated at the expense of items. Rings now auto-identify after being worn for a while, similarly to armor and weapons. Subtle change in ally color to distinguish allies from enemies. Spectral blades and other inanimate creatures do not avoid gas clouds if the clouds would not affect them.
Wisdom is now a ring instead of an armor runic. Reflection is now an armor runic instead of a ring. Cancellation is now called negation; certain monsters are marked as animated by magic and will die if negated.
New Scrolls of Negation will negate all creatures and items within your field of view but will not affect items in your inventory. Negated weapons, armor and rings will lose their magical properties, and negated wands and staffs will lose their charges. Removed Scrolls of Sanctuary. Added a point of damage to darts. Creatures exposed to fire will burn about half as long.
Auto-resting will terminate if you are embedded in an obstruction and it dissolves. When pink jellies split, their health is divided between their progeny, and they have commensurately more health initially. Detect magic icons are now also color-coded to distinguish good items from bad. Wands and staffs that are meant to target enemies once identified will not default to auto-aiming at captive monsters.
You can now see allies that are invisible and wands of invisibility will auto-identify if you use them on an ally. New special effects for magic mapping and aggravate monsters scrolls. Fixes a bug that prevented runic weapons from activating more frequently when the enchantment level of the weapon increased.
Fixes a formatting glitch in the description of Rings of Transference. Quarter brogues are more formal than semi brogues and full brogues; they are the most formal of dress shoes with brogueing, making them the ideal fit to pair with business attire suits. Longwing brogues also known in the US as "English" brogues, and in the UK as "American" brogues [ citation needed ] are Derby style shoes characterised by a pointed toe cap with wings that extend the full length of the shoe, meeting at a center seam at the heel.
Longwing Derby brogues were most popular in the US during the s, and although the popularity of this style has decreased, it remains available.
Closure style is not a defining characteristic of the brogue and therefore brogues can be found in a variety of closure styles. Brogues are commonly available in laced Oxford, Derby or ghillie styles, but can also be found as buckle and monk strap shoes and slip-on shoes with or without elastic closures. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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