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If you haven't finished the complete version of Heretic yet, then you will probably find this WAD hard; because, I've used a lot of monsters from the last 2 Eposodes. Sorry, no dm (deathmatch) starts.

If you can't get into the secret areas of Level 9, don't despair, I've included a hint at the end if this document!

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This is one of the first user made Heretic episodes. It's got nine levels, though their quality is Wolf3D-like with maze layouts and generally flat. Still, the pacing is great, with nonstop combat and stuff changing around as you progress, and I really liked the quest for the secret exit, so it gets 4/5.

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One maze level among others is fine. An entire episode of maze levels is boring. The episode seems to be played as a whole, as later levels don't give all the primary weapons, and the first one give away all the weapons of the game... The levels are too easy, even by starting them from scratch I could finish them either only with the crossbow, or in a pacifist way. E1M6 and E1M9 seems unfinishable (no way to progress), and in a couple levels keys are hidden in secrets. Can't go beyond 0/5. ~Naan

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