Contributed by Dion. Edited on November 14, 2002.|
Andreas wrote two patches. The Conduct patch changes the way conducts works: you now have to say in advance which conducts you plan to adhere to. The Thievery patch (which is included in the Conduct patch, but is also available separately) adds a steal-attack for rogues. This URL gives a directory listing with descriptions and patches. |
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Also available here is some appendices to the Book of the Death: with that, Andreas means a complete list of causes of death in NetHack. See also Eva Myers's site. |
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