Dungeons & Dragons: The Book of Vile Darkness (2012)
Two thousand years ago, Nhagruul the Foul, a sorcerer who reveled in corrupting the innocent and the spread of despair, neared the end of his mortal days and was dismayed. Consumed by hatred for the living, Nhagruul sold his soul to the demon Lords of the abyss so that his malign spirit would survive. In an excruciating ritual, Nhagrulls skin was flayed into pages, his bones hammered into a cover, and his diseased blood became the ink to pen a book most vile. All those exposed to the book were driven to madness or so corrupted by the wicked knowledge contained within that they had no choice but to turn evil. Misery and bloodshed followed the disciples of Nhagruul as they spread their Masters dark dream. Creatures vile and depraved rose from every pit and unclean barrow to partake in the fever of destruction. The cities and kingdoms of Karkoth were consumed by this plague of evil until an order of warriors arose from the ashes. The Knights of the New Sun swore an oath to resurrect hope…
Genre : Adventure/Fantasy
Country : UK
Anthony Howell : Ranfin
Eleanor Gecks : Akordia
James Rawlings : Barbarian
Aasif Mandvi : Mr Chetty
In a bygone era there was a role play on the market calles “The eye of the master”. A role playing game similar to the “Dungeon & Dragons” role playing game. The only thing you needed was a lot of fantasy …
Well, fantasy was exactly what was missing here. And not only that. The acting was extremely bad and the used effects were abominably bad.
At times I thought I was looking at an episode of a youth serie I used to watch on Flemish television when I was very young. It felt so old-fashioned and outdated.
I gave up halfway …