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NetHack -- David Corbett Visitor's items, Information sites
Contributed by Dion. Edited on September 23, 2003.
         David's NetHack page houses the Cockatrice spoiler, which explains everything about those dangerous monsters.
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Dion February 17, 2004
Also found here: an updated spoiler on exercising stats, and a spoiler on monster spell casting.
David Corbett October 22, 2004
Also a spoiler on the effects of eating corpses, a calculator for the chances of reading a spellbook, and a page of NetHack-themed Internet Oracularities.

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