Dark Sun: Wake of the Ravager Wake of the Ravager, sequel to the mega-hit Shattered Lands, hurls you back to the scorching AD&D Dark Sun game world of Athas. A sun-blasted, wind-scraped wasteland, Athas is home to multitudes of the most horrifically mutated creatures you'll ever encounter!
"Dark Sun" is akin to Andrei Sakharov's Layer Cake - a series of alternating heavy and light elements that provides a sufficiently large bang, but isn't particularly memorable when Cited by:
· Characters in Dark Sun are different than those in other campaign settings: races, classes, backgrounds, equipment, and even the rules for magic and psionics are different from other worlds. Download the Dark Sun Player's Guide for special setting rules for characters.
· Being based on the AD&D campaign known as Dark Sun, it is set in the desert world of Athas. In this hot and desolate land, not much is flourishing. You and your companions are stuck in the life of gladiators, so of course, you need to get out of there%(5).
· Dark of the Sun: Directed by Jack Cardiff. With Rod Taylor, Yvette Mimieux, Peter Carsten, Jim Brown. A band of mercenaries led by Captain Curry travel through war-torn Congo across deadly terrain, battling rival armies, to steal $50 million in uncut diamonds. But infighting, sadistic rebels and a time lock jeopardize everything.9/10(K).
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