Contributed by Dion. Edited on April 3, 2005.|
Yendor is a novel that is set in the Dungeons of Doom. A lot of things that happen will be very familiar to players of the game. The novel is written as we read it; expect a new chapter every few weeks. |
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"A lot of what is in the novel does not actually happen in Nethack at all, but then again a lot of it does."
When I went to read http://www.dravensdungeon.com/Penance/ - a webcomic about (a variant of) the roguelike game of Angband - it reminded me of this novel. There are a few similarities, among them that the game is multiplayer.
Development of this novel seems to have stopped after chapter 5.
December 30, 2006
The link is broken.
However, I have found a working link: http_/www.nameless.frihost.netyendor.htm
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