Uploaded by: Graham Burgess (GKBurgess@compuserve.com)
Title: DOOM ]I[--The Forgotten Realms (Version 1.0b)
Author: Tom "Timon" Grieve
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Misc. Author Info: DOOM and Lion King obsessed student who should
probably spend more time doing schoolwork than
DOOM. Then again, maybe not! :-D
Additional Info: This ZIP file should include:
DOOM3V1B.WAD--DOOM ]I[ Version 1.0b
D3LEVELS.TXT--Description of all the
levels, including storyline.
D3SECRET.TXT--Description of all the
secrets on each level.
DEUSF.EXE--DeuSF for installing graphics.
DOOM3IN.BAT--Batch file to add sprites to
D3GFX.WAD and to add D3GFX.WAD to
DOOM3V1B.WAD so that you only have
1 WAD "-file" when you play.
After defeating the Icon of Sin, you began the long trek home. You
encountered little resistance, since the forces of the enemy had been
scattered. Upon emerging from the portal, finally back in your own
home city, you contacted the Earth Control in space. They were
relieved to hear that you survived the ordeal, and ecstatic to find
that there was nobody left on the Earth now except you. They
began to transport people back to the surface. All of the people
everywhere helped rebuild your city, the principal target of the
invasion. The starport was also rebuilt, although with much less
cooperation between the individual nations. When all was said and
done, you were hailed as a hero and given parades and (cash)
donations from every country on Earth. Several of the world's most
wealthy citizens also gave you their personal thanks in the form of
more donations. You settled back to a life of luxury in your new
One day, you were reading the paper, when a small article located on
page 7 of the business section noted that the UAC had rebuilt their
Phobos lab. The story reported that there were rumors that they were
trying to reopen the portal to Hell. Outraged that they would attempt
to fix something you had so carefully destroyed, you called the UAC
president and demanded an explanation. He asked you very politely to
come down to his office. You slammed down the phone, screaming
something about "bureaucrats" and called for your limo. The driver,
by now able to recognize your mood, floored it and you arrived at the
office in record time.
You stormed through the hallways and past the secretary, throwing
open the doors and demanding an explanation. The president calmly
asked you to have a seat. You refused and grabbed the man by his
prissy little necktie. The man, finally showing some emotion, namely
fear, broke into a sweat and started explaining. The UAC had lost
several men, taken as hostages, when the portal was first opened.
They were now in the process of trying to get those men back. You
slowly released his collar as you listened to the rest of his story.
They assumed that there were approximately fifteen scientists taken
hostage. The UAC had been in on both of your debriefings, and so
they knew that you had never seen any of the hostages or their
bodies. Then, the president mentioned that they still needed
someone to go through the portal in an attempt to locate the
hostages. You had known that this was coming, but you wanted to
deny it. The president looked you square in the eye and told you
that UAC would sell off all of their holdings and give you the
profits if you would do this. Dollar signs filled your eyes, and
you agreed to the deal.
Later, at the real briefing, you reflected that this may have been a
mistake, because the UAC scientists cannot tell you what to expect.
They will be depositing you in the area where the Icon of Sin was
located last time. The