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Mage's Initiation: Reign of the Elements

D'arc is sixteen years old. He has trained extensively in the Elemental arts for the past decade, under the discerning eyes of the Mage Masters of Iginor. Confined to an existence of academics and magical mastery in their tower, the inquisitive Initiate often wonders what it would be like to explore the secluded outside world. D'arc's moment of reckoning arrives and his Masters put him to the test. The young Initiate is tasked with retrieving three items, which will test his magical and mental strength to full capacity: A lock of hair from a powerful Enchantress. The unspoiled shell of Griffon's egg. The three-pronged horn of the legendary Trinicorn. Join D'arc on a perilous journey across the medieval-styled land of Iginor. Brave the perilous Bloodbark forest where the Redcap goblins stalk. Trek across a barren desert wasteland rife with lawless Bandits and fierce Burrowers. Navigate over a vast lake where evil masquerades as beauty.
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Game Discussion

Review by Anonymous
Review from Steam

This game has been out for a while and it doesn't seem like it got the attention it deserves. For anyone who grew up on the classic point and click games, this is a no brainer. It's worth every penny and really scratches that retro itch. I hope someday there is a sequel.

Review from Steam

This game is absolutely wonderful and a must play if you grew up playing games like King's Quest or Quest for Glory from Sierra. They've put so much work in this game.
8/10

Review from Steam

A Decent Quest for Glory like game. The story starts kind of slow and the combat is odd but it picks up and it's great by the end.