In Baldur's Gate 1, the main character, Gorion's ward, discovered the secret of his or her origin. Jon Irenicus, a sadistic secretive powerful mage bent on revenge, captures the ward and his/her party for a diabolical experiment.
Dee Bradley Baker
Set in the Forgotten Realms fantasy setting in the Icewind Dale region. The player assumes control of a group of mercenaries in a war between the Ten Towns of Icewind Dale and a coalition of persecuted races and religions.
Terrence 'T.C.' Carson
The main character, ward of mystical monk Gorion, whose name, sex, race and class are defined by the players, leaves his order's keep for the first time and starts a journey to discover his true identity. But Someone wants him dead.
Dee Bradley Baker,
The main character, Gorion's ward, and his or her party must overcome five children of the dead god Bhaal, who've raised armies to conquer the world through carnage and claim their father's sinister throne and title.
In the city of Sigil, the only place from which all realities of the Planescape universe can be reached, an immortal amnesiac, the Nameless One, must uncover his past, the mystery of his immortality as well as who's trying to kill him.
Michael T. Weiss,
It is a horrible era for the formerly peaceful town of Tristram. Prince Albrect is missing, King Leoric is dead, and demonic raids are now commonplace. You are one of the heroes, who visits Tristram to slay whatever is causing this horror.
Expension pack for 'Baldur's Gate'. The two new areas are the small town of Ulgoth's Beard, where you learn of the legend of Balduran, and a tough-as-nails area called Durlag's Tower, a death-trap for foolish adventurers.
Warriors and rebels stand against Diablo and his malignant forces as they prepare to fight in an apocalyptic conflict. In the expansion, Baal takes over command of Diablo's forces as the end of the war draws near.
Larry B. Scott,
Polished faithful remake of the classic Black Isle d&d role-playing PC video game Baldur's Gate and its expansion Baldur's Gate: Tales of the Sword Coast with various minor fixes, changes and improvements.
I really enjoyed Icewind Dale. But after 20 hours I completed it, and wanted more. Lucky for me the expansion is also very well written, and I enjoyed it as much as the original.
In Heart of Winter, you travel further north, to the town of Lonelywood, I will not reveal any more of the story here to avoid any spoilers.
The expansion was criticized by D&D fans, because they changed some of the rule sets from 2.edition rules to the newer 3.edition. To me it only make a better balanced game. If you liked Baldur's Gate, this is a must..
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