Dark Sun: Shattered Lands

Dark Sun: Shattered Lands was released in 1993 and is the first Dungeons and Dragons game to use the Dark Sun campaign setting. While fairly obscure outside of enthusiast circles, it is praised for it's tactical, turn-based combat.


In Dark Sun: Shattered Lands, a 1993 Advanced Dungeons & Dragons Role-Playing Game the first release to use the desert world Dark Sun campaign setting, the player creates a party of four gladiatorial slaves forced to escape from the sorcerer-king ruled city state of Draj. Throughout of course of the game the player must organize several villages into a rag-tag team to halt the advance of the city's massive army.

Players who finished this game could import their save data into the sequel Wake of the Ravager.

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