The first transport is away! You may now begin conquering the Wizardlands on Steam. (We’ll keep you posted as other distributors come on-line.)
Are you still here? Go get Conquest of the Wizardlands on Steam!
- Harness the expanded storage space of your very own Pocket Dimension where interdimensional gnomes probably won’t steal all your crafting-junk.
- Explore the Wizardlands by trading Wizarding Graffiti with your friends and enemies alike to gain access to the fractured extra-dimensional domains of the Wizards.
- Encrust your Equipment with our powerful new Encrusting System! Upgrade weapons and armour with powerful crusts, offering special abilities and horrifying instability effects as crust is encrusted upon crust!
- Tackle new foes from the terrifyingly fun Baron Samedi to the small and annoying Cloud Gremlins who shoot small and annoying lightning bolts at you! Beware the Monstrous Rutabaga, scourge of the Vikings, who will run you down at unexpected speed with their monstrous dash ability.
- New Monstrous Menagerie and Trophy Room menu screens to compel you further toward obsessive collectivism!
- Diggle Hell. It’s a real place and you will go there if you are naughty. Beware the dark power of Vlad Digula!
- A Whack of new skills: Communist, Bankster, Egyptian Magic, Magical Law, Paranormal Investigator, and Tourist! They are pictured thusly:
I am so ready for this my everything is quivering.
@Unicylcles: You might want to get that checked out. 🙂
I am also excited.
The new art and dagger stabbing animations are awesome to a degree never before seen in the world of Dredmor. Please make sure to give the artists at least 75% of my 2.99, minus Gaben’s share.
Yay! I’d love to hear how well this does on the first day for you guys! It doesn’t have to be concrete figures but it would be nice to hear if the release went well for you!
I know that I’ve already purchased it. =P
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Yay i have been waiting for this update.Time to play DoD again, thanks Gaslamp games and i dont know if you will listen or if this is the right time and place for this but i have a little suggestions for further patches i would really like a little notification or something for Core items from the game because of the mods. i like mods but with the better mods you can’t tell those items apart from the original one’s and i would like to know what’s original and what not
thanks for listening
Keep doing all the great work you do
Bless you GLG. that is all.
Do these three expansions count as the three miracles required for sainthood?
The price for Dredmor Complete is truly miraculous.
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Why are you doing this to me!? I thought I was getting things done after work today. 🙁
But seriously the new skills look awesome. I can’t wait to check it out. And I really appreciate the continued development on this absolute gem of an game.
DIGGLE HELL IS REAL, My flesh, it BURNS!
Why did I (Redacted) (lol find out for yourselves :3)
Great expansion, however I have encountered something I think might not be intended. In a wizard dimension I get attacked by animals as a vegan yet I still get vegan debuffs when attacking them. This may even not be avoided as one has a chance to counterattack.
Is there any reason why ‘You Have to Name the Expansion” doesn’t come with Dredmor Complete?
Every single person that I’ve recommended this game too has bought complete and not noticed it wasn’t actually ‘Complete’ and didn’t have the free expansion.
Is Wizardlands balanced with the free DLC or should I uninstall it for this?
That’s a good question! We’ll have a discussion about how we’re handling this currently and get back to you. Generally speaking, we prefer an opt-in rather than an opt-out policy, but it’s true that the free DLC isn’t very visible.
Sounds totally glorious.
The Wizardlands truly are a place without mercy! I am already shaking in my many pants I keep in my pocket dimension.
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Say, is that banner up there the complete picture, or was it cut out from a bigger picture?
Ah, I bought the DLC, and I see it is indeed cut out from a larger picture. An excellent picture. 🙂
I love you guys. And the game. And myself. Thank you for this awesome update!
I’m not exactly sure how the room-based items are decided, and a little disappointed I can’t put my things in a chest of some sort or move around my magical statues. Still, the paranormal investigator tree is highly approved, and the whole room allows me to hoard whatever I desire!
I’ve been playing this, it’s really fun. Thanks. DoD is one of those rare games that I keep coming back to.
Adding in a Communism skill tree alone sealed the deal for me and the rest is just a lovely lovely bonus!
I took the mysterious portal on the first level of the dungeon. I hardly made it to the end and when I stepped into the portal, it froze and never recovered. Not sure why this happened. Oh well. : /
I wish to lay your diggle eggs.
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For some reason, something compelled me to write in “Dredmor” in the Pocket Dimension Portal, which needless to say, sent me down to Diggle Hell.
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Ghost Busters, Ace Attourny, and Discworld in one convenient expansion… take my money please. Now how to tell a certain robot game that I’ve hooked back up with an old flame 🙁
Would that game, by any chance, happen to be one of the Mechwarriors?
Just bought the DLC and can’t wait to have ‘fun’ with all the new content/features.
Oh my gosh you guys I am SO happy with the pocket dimension. Your musician took inspiration from The End of Time in Chrono Trigger I take it? Such a great idea <3
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