Welcome to the world of the Enchanter saga - a world where magic is
commonplace, a world where guilds of professional magic-users spend their
lifetimes mastering the intricacies of thaumaturgy, a world where great
forces of evil must constantly be held at bay. An evil Warlock has
subjugated the land to his power. All who have opposed him have failed.
But many years ago, in another age, the great Elders of the Circle of
Enchanters foresaw the possibility of these dreaded occurrences. They
realized that no fully accomplished Enchanter could penetrate the Warlock's
defences unrecognised, and knew that the task of freeing the land would fall
to a journeyman conjurer. You have been identified as the Apprentice
Enchanter who must save the land from the Warlock. As a fledgling
Enchanter, you have learned your lessons but have not faced all your tests.
You possess great power, but in the ranks of necromancers you are a lowly
and ignorant person indeed. You have been well trained in the basics of
magic, and you will be greatly aided by the spells you know and the spells
you will learn. But you must also rely on your powers of observation and
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² Release found in the Mac and PC versions of The Lost Treasures of Infocom I
The old "Folio" packaging of Enchanter consisted of a box
containing a pouch with a Guild directory, and an ancient scroll with a
"wax" (rubber) seal.
The re-release of Enchanter used the standard box format which
consisted of a grey box with coloured horizontal stripes. It contained
"A Brief History Of Magic" by Gustar Woomax, and an ancient scroll with
a "wax" (rubber) seal.
The release of the Enchanter Trilogy included Enchanter, Sorcerer, and
Spellbreaker each in their own standard box. The boxes were contained in a
specially designed trilogy slipcase.
Last revised: Thu Aug 26 22:25:05 EDT 1999 / Peter Scheyen <firstname.lastname@example.org>