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NetHack with a Qt interface
Warwick Allison
Edited on September 24, 2002.

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Jason's NetHack Patches -- Jason Catena Visitor's items, Patches
Contributed by Dion. Edited on August 10, 2004.
         Jason wrote the 'Ranger Species Ally/Enemy' patch. The idea is that rangers will especially like a certain monster and especially hate another one, causing interesting results when meeting such monsters. · no pageviews yet

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Jason Catena August 13, 2004
"Monk Void Modifier" patch: A monk's ability to fight and concentrate is affected by his state of mind and burden.
Jason Catena September 2, 2004
"Essences and Spell Components" patch: Each spell cast now consumes a nonmagical material component.
Jason Catena September 21, 2004
"Essences and Potion-Making" patch: combine water and essences to create potions.
"Tattoo" patch: record a spell on your skin.

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