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Neverwinter Nights: Darkness over Daggerford
Developer(s)Ossian Studios
Publisher(s)Publisher Missing
DesignerAlan Miranda
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statusStatus Missing
Release dateAugust 16, 2006
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Platform(s)Linux - all versions, Mac and Microsoft Windows
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MediaDigital distribution
InputKeyboard and Mouse

Neverwinter Nights is a third-person role-playing video game developed by BioWare. Interplay Entertainment was originally set to publish the game, but financial difficulties led to it being taken over by Infogrames, who released the game under their Atari range of titles. You can either view these hints for Neverwinter Nights for free. Or get complete access to hints for over 500 games for just $14.95. You can also search and print a full set of hints at once or read them on a Palm OS handheld. Write the Author. If you wish to comment on these hints, you may contact the author here. Neverwinter Nights Hints. The game promptly broke download records on the NWVault, won several awards for its outstanding quality, and praise from thousands of fans. Almost 12 years later, on June 1, 2018, Ossian finally finished what it had originally set out to do: complete Darkness over Daggerford as it had been envisioned.

Darkness over Daggerford is an expansion pack for BioWare'sNeverwinter Nightscomputer role-playing game. It was released for digital distribution on August 16, 2006. Considered a user-made 'mod', the game was created by Canadian company Ossian Studios, headed by former BioWare employee Alan Miranda.

Daggerford was based on earlier Dungeons & Dragons video games like Baldur's Gate and Icewind Dale. It takes place in the Western Heartlands region of the Forgotten Realmscampaign setting, in the town of Daggerford, near Waterdeep and Baldur's Gate. Completely a single-player experience, Daggerford's story revolves around the player character investigating the recent death of the town's leader.

Daggerford was originally conceived as a Neverwinter Nights premium module, which were official products marketed through BioWare's website and supported by the game's publisher, Atari. Several months before the game's scheduled release, the premium module program was cancelled. Ossian decided to publish Daggerford anyway, and it was released as a free download on IGN's Neverwinter Vault, a community site for the Neverwinter Nights series.

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Gameplay[editedit source]

Main article: Neverwinter Nights

Since the game is an expansion of Neverwinter Nights, it uses the same engine, Aurora, and basic gameplay is similar. Features created specifically for Daggerford include a world map and a stronghold, which players can use as a base of operations and a source for sidequests.[1] Players start the module at level 8.[2] In addition to the main storyline of the game, there are numerous sidequests that can be undertaken for a variety of rewards.[3]

Plot[editedit source]

The intro of the game tells the player about the recent events in city of Daggerford. Pwyll Greatshout, the duke of Daggerford, died during strange circumstances. To maintain stability, a new leader was chosen: baron Matagar Bugo, who promises the citizens to make Daggerford a new trading giant like Waterdeep. In the meantime, raider attacks on caravans become too often, and strange disappearings of cattle make people believe that hard times wait ahead.

The game begins with players working as freelance adventurers escorting a caravan from Waterdeep to Daggerford. Along the way, the caravan is attacked by a mysterious group and one of the player's party members, Talarenne, is kidnapped.[1] He soon discovers that Talarenne was mistaken for an agent of Waterdeep who came to city in order to find out truth about Pwyll Greatshout death and the current political situation. The player decides to aid the agent.

The rest of the story follows the player character's efforts to rescue the missing party member and find the truth about what is going on around Daggerford.[2] Gradually, an evil plot by Zhentarim is uncovered, and player has to do everything to stop it from fruition, or the city might be taken over... or even destroyed.

Development[editedit source]

Alan Miranda was a previous employee of BioWare and had worked on other Dungeons & Dragons titles like Neverwinter Nights and Baldur's Gate II: Throne of Bhaal.[4] In 2003, he left BioWare to form his own company, Ossian Studios, with his wife Elizabeth Starr.[5] Miranda approached BioWare joint CEO Greg Zeschuk in 2005 to discuss the possibility of Ossian developing a 'premium module' for Neverwinter Nights.[6] Premium modules were adventures created for Neverwinter Nights by BioWare and other companies.[7] BioWare had been given autonomy on the premium module process from the game's publisher, Atari, and Zeschuk approved Miranda's proposal.[5] Miranda's initial draft of the project was a pirate-themed adventure in the Sword Coast, which happened to be the same idea that BioWare itself was creating a premium module for, Neverwinter Nights: Pirates of the Sword Coast. Miranda revised the concept and chose the Western Heartlands as the setting.[8]

A portion of the city of Daggerford, being created by Ossian designers using Neverwinter Night's toolset.

Ossian began putting together the team for the module and decided to hire prominent amateur 'modders' from the Neverwinter Nights fan community.[8] The team set out to create a premium module that was ultimately to be as large as an expansion pack,[4] with a large number of sidequests and a focus on exploration, like Baldur's Gate.[9] Early on, the team decided to focus on the creation of a world map system for Daggerford, as well as a stronghold system that players could use as a customizable home and base.[4]


Ossian estimated that a module on par with other large games like Kingmaker would take four to five months. Pre-production on Daggerford began in April 2005 and took a month and a half. Ossian went through five designers in this stage, none of whom worked out. Choosing a designer required much of the time allocated for pre-production, and to compensate Ossian developers immediately began creating the game, fleshing out details as they went.[10] In order to keep in line with the exploration spirit of Baldur's Gate, Ossian hired designers specifically for the game's sidequests.[3] The world map system in particular posed problems to designers; who stated 'the toolset really wasn't made to do what we wanted it to do.'[11] In addition, only Miranda and his wife worked in a brick and mortar building—most of the game's design was coordinated online using Skype.[10] The production of Daggerford took longer than Ossian had anticipated, and in February 2006, BioWare's Live Team Lead Designer Rob Bartel offered the studio advice on their module.[3][10] The next month, BioWare inspected the game and approved it for content completion.[12]

In May 2006, Atari cancelled the premium module program, with no warning to developers of the current projects.[12] Miranda and his team decided to finish the game anyways,[9] and in August 2006 it was released free of charge on IGN's Neverwinter Nights Vault.[13] Despite the game being self-funded, the cancellation of the premium module program was 'more than a little disappointing', according to Miranda. In July 2006, BioWare and Atari decided to release one of the other modules that had been cancelled, Wyvern Crown of Cormyr, which Miranda described as 'perplexing'.[12]

Reception[editedit source]

Darkness over Daggerford surpassed 25,000 downloads in five weeks, a higher number than that recorded for previous Neverwinter Nights Vault's Module of the Year winners.[14] The game went on to win the site's Reviewer Award, a Gold Award for the second-best module of 2006, and an entry in their Hall of Fame,[13] which collects the highest-rated and most popular modules.[15] It also won the Best RPG Mod award at the Independent Games Festival in 2007.[16]

References[editedit source]

Neverwinter Nights: Darkness Over Daggerford Download Free
  1. 1.01.1Berliad (2006-09-27). Darkness over Daggerford. NWVault (IGN). Retrieved on 2009-03-22
  2. 2.02.1Neverwinter Nights: Darkness over Daggerford. BioWare. Retrieved on 2009-03-22
  3. over Daggerford Interview. Sorceror's Place (2006-10-26). Retrieved on 2009-03-22
  4. Premium Module Interview -Alan Miranda (Darkness over Daggerford). NW Vault (IGN) (08-17-2006). Retrieved on 2009-03-22
  5. 5.05.1Ford, Suzie (04-14-2008). NWN2: Mysteries of Westgate Interview with Alan Miranda. Warcry. Retrieved on 2009-03-22
  6. Darkness over Daggerford Wrap Report. RPG Vault (IGN) (2006-10-13). Retrieved on 2009-03-22
  7. Premium Neverwinter Nights Modules. BioWare. Retrieved on 2009-03-22
  8. 8.08.1 NW Vault (IGN) (2006-08-26). Retrieved on 2009-03-22
  9. 9.09.1Wallis, Alistair (2007-02-23). Road To The IGF: Darkness Over Daggerford's Alan Miranda. Gamasutra. Retrieved on 2009-03-22
  10. over Daggerford Wrap Report (page 2). RPG Vault (IGN) (2006-10-13). Retrieved on 2009-03-22
  11. Darkness over Daggerford World Map System - Alan Miranda/Brian Watson. NW Vault (IGN) (08-19-2006). Retrieved on 2009-03-22
  12. over Daggerford Interview (page 2). Sorceror's Place (2006-10-26). Retrieved on 2009-03-22
  13. 13.013.1Darkness over Daggerford. NW Vault (IGN) (08-15-2006). Retrieved on 2009-03-22
  14. Darkness over Daggerford Wrap Report (page 4). RPG Vault (IGN) (2006-10-13). Retrieved on 2009-03-22
  15. Hall of Fame. NW Vault (IGN). Retrieved on 2009-03-22
  16. 2007 IGF Mod Category Winners Announced. Gamasutra (2006-12-16). Retrieved on 2009-03-22

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Developed by Ossian Studios, this new enhanced version of Darkness over Daggerford updates the award-winning former premium module with a host of gameplay improvements, new music, voice over, and portrait art.
The Duke of Daggerford has been mysteriously killed, a new power has taken over the town, bandits rove the Trade Way unhindered, and mysterious things stir in a fabled ancient citadel, yet all is not as it seems. A darkness is fast descending upon this sleepy town near Waterdeep - will you be able to stand against it?
Explore the walled town of Daggerford and surrounding region of the Sword Coast in order to uncover a web of lurking dangers in this classic style Dungeons & Dragons module. Lock horns with some of the most powerful and secretive organizations in Faerûn in this grand 25+ hour adventure, with two possible companions to fight at your side, and your own stronghold to call home.
  • An expansion-size adventure with 25+ hours of gameplay
  • Use the world map to venture across fifteen areas along the Sword Coast, each brimming with unique adventures.
  • Establish and customize your stronghold to discover new quests
  • 12 new music tracks
  • 12 new character portraits
  • New voice over for main characters
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Buying the enhanced edition of Darkness over Daggerford helps to support Ossian Studios goal of bringing you more great Dungeons & Dragons adventures!

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