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Elf Gets Pissed 1.1

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An episode 1 replacement for Heretic.


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Zerofuchs

  

Great WAD, solidly nails that fantasy castle crawling feeling, not too rough on the player nor overly stingy/generous on supplies, encourages good use of items, plenty of navigation and switch puzzles as is apt for Heretic, but also lets loose with a little slaughter.

 

Some areas could use slightly brighter lighting, and sometimes the next switch or door isn't signalled too well, but overall a fun and feisty fantasy fight fest.

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Darman Macray

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These levels are short, sweet, and pack a lot of punch. Complete with a humorous end-text-screen containing a healthy dose of silly shock-humor, this is a masterful triumph of Heretic map-making, and most certainly a must-play wad.

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Nems

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This was a blast to play. Sometimes the difficulty felt like it was borderline dickish but never totally unfair. Good stuff!

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Doomkid

  
Good Heretic sets are all too rare, and this is quality stuff!

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DeathevokatioN

  
Great Heretic episode, total play for every Heretic fan... fun layouts, monsters placed according to their traits, combined with the atmosphere, everything comes together to create something that feel like a reskinned Doom map. :P

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Fonze

  
Heretic of the North Star.

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Zalewa

  
Intense, difficult WAD for Heretic. Definitely proves that you can make something not-boring with this game, although it still suffers from not enough ammo syndrome and nothing can fix the tiring graphics style.

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