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Video Guides Coming for Blackguards, an RPG by Daedalic

Video Guides Coming for Blackguards, an RPG by Daedalic

Learn to survive in the treacherous world of The Dark Eye


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Daedalic Entertainment has announced a series of video guides detailing the intricate rules of The Dark Eye, the RPG universe of Blackguards.

The first guide focuses on character class selection and is available now:

Originally released over thirty years ago, The Dark Eye has become Europe’s most successful Pen & Paper RPG system. Blackguards developer Daedelic has implemented the sophisticated criteria unique to The Dark Eye while still remaining accessible to players new to the universe.

The most evident Blackguards rule sets are in the level-up system and character development. Following community feedback from the recent Early Access program, Daedalic will be adding free character customisation via a patch upon the game’s release.

Blackguards officially releases on January 24, 2014 for PC and Mac in both Standard and Collector’s Editions.

Karla Munger

Karla Munger

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