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The Wizard Patch -- Larry Stewart-Zerba Patches
Edited on June 30, 2003.
         Larry Stewart-Zerba is the author of the famous Wizard Patch, with which a proficiency system similar to that for weapons is applied to spellcasting. This system is incorporated in NetHack since version 3.3.0. The latest version of the Wizard Patch as such is 1.0, and it is available on Ali's NetHack Page to which the link above now points.
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