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NetHack brass
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Contributed by Dion. Edited on October 31, 2003.






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NetHack brass -- youkan Visitor's items, Downloads and variants, Patches
Contributed by Dion. Edited on October 31, 2003.
         NetHack brass is a NetHack variant from Japan; it includes some balance tweaks, some features from Stephen White's NetHack+, and some alternative levels to make Gehennom less boring.
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L April 17, 2006
Don't let the lackluster description fool you - there's much more to NetHack brass than just more maps and minor twinks.

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