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Review: Arthur: The Quest for Excalibur
Arthur: The Quest for Excalibur
Gender, Animal
Early in the game, Merlin gives the player character, Arthur, the ability to change into five different animal forms; the owl, the eel, the badger, the turtle, and the salamander. Each of these forms are necessary to solve the game's puzzles. In this text adventure, the male demon Nudd attempts to ...more
From: Kara , 267 months, post #1
Downloaded this from the net and played it up to this point. Nudd is quite definitely male since he is referred to in the masculine gender numerous times.

When you first encounter him in his hall, he is disguised as a beautiful maiden with long, red hair who smiles at you demurely. There is an accompanying graphic but it's fairly primitive by today's standards.

Basically, "she" says that if you free her she will stay by your side forever and you'll always be together. "She" will even flirt with you a little depending on what you say to "her" (try asking the girl about herself or about the king).

When you first look at her, her image "shimmers" a bit cluing you in that she is not what she appears to be and her appearance is more of an illusion than a physical change of form and if you try to kiss her, she will allow you to do so but before your lips meet you will notice that she has sharp pointy teeth behind that provocative smile.

Interestingly enough, if you keep your promise and free her before she drops her disguise, Nudd will keep his as well (although bargaining with a demon is like bargaining with a Djinn so while he may adhere to the exact wording, the result may not be what you were expecting!)

It's a fun game for its time...although all of the animal-shapeshifting does become tiresome after awhile.

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