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Introducing the World of Gloomveil



Cloaked within a shroud of mysterious black Fog, the Gloomveil region is a ghastly realm of danger, exploration and adventure. Amidst the ruins of a long-dead civilization, under the brooding stare of the Barrow Cliffs, lies the Brothers Three Inn. An oasis of nourishment in a harsh land, the Inn is the only friendly place in Gloomveil.

Gloomveil is an original work of online interactive fantasy- an eerie world enshrouded in a thick, magical Fog. Launched in February 2000, Gloomveil.com offers intrigue and adventure for players of any "pen-and-paper" or computer-based fantasy game. Adventurers from all walks of life are invited to Gloomveil's "Brothers Three Inn" for a drink, a tall tale, or to look for travelling companions. The Inn features an extensive "In Game" roleplaying area for those who enjoy free-form RPG.

Beyond the Web-based Gloomveil experience, "Extensions" to the Gloomveil world are being planned for cross-platform computer games such as Neverwinter Nights, Rune, as well as for print publication as a stand-alone game world manual.

"The bar is now open at Gloomveil, a fan world site with excellent graphics and atmosphere." &endash; Silverdawn, Planet Neverwinter

"Gloomveil is quite a remarkable feat that continues to improve with each passing week. Role-playing game fans, fans of Baldur's Gate (Bioware's previous RPG effort) and others are encouraged to check the site out." -Mac Central

"A visual as well as textual feast, this site truly captures the meaning and execution of 'multimedia' - can you tell we like it?" - Michael Eilers, Inside Mac Games



About the Author

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Tony "Ratboy" Walsh, the founder of Gloomveil, has been roleplaying and designing interactive experiences for 20 years. Dedicated to high standards in drama, humour, and irony, Tony brings a well rounded gamer's savvy to Gloomveil. Taking the Web-based experience of Gloomveil.com a step further, Tony has developed the idea of "Gloomveil Extensions," works that exist as playable additions, "mods", and other goodies for cross-platform games such as Myth, as well as traditional print and audio-based works.

(c) 2000 Tony Walsh, All rights reserved.
Gloomveil is a trademark of Tony Walsh. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.


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