to the Scenario Workshop
May 9, 2007 - We have released the source code for our aging classic Blades of Exile. Aspiring programmers can now take this program and modify it, improve it, or completely convert it.
This area is the clearinghouse for information on the Blades
of Exile Scenario Editor. The Scenario Editor is a complicated
program, which requires a bit of effort to master. Fortunately,
when you get stuck, this page is here to help you along. You can
find answers to users' questions. You can read articles about
and see examples of how to use the scenario editor. There's also
a report of the latest bugs found and the latest version of the
The Scenario Workshop is your resource, and you can make it better.
Have you found a neat scenario design trick? Write down how to
do it and E-mail it to b l a d e s@ spiderwebsoftware . com (Note spaces added to thwart spammers. Remove spaces for valid email address.). Have a question that
you think people would like an answer to? Send it to the same
place. We want this to be the academy designers can come to and
find out how to make new scenarios and how to make their old adventures
In addition, some scenarios won't work correctly on the Macintosh
because the dialogue gets cut off. Scenarios with this problem
will not be put on the CD, and will probably be removed from our
site soon (since we really can't distribute scenarios which don't
work correctly for half of the Blades registered users). It's
an easy problem to fix. Just trim any dialogue which, on the PC
version, uses the last 2 lines in the talking window.
Thank you again for your scenario, and good gaming to you!
Blades of Exile Scenario Workshop Links
- Official walkthroughs for the Blades
of Exile Scenarios: The Valley of Dying Things, A Small
Rebellion, and The Za-Khazi Run.
- Visit Alexandria.
A comprehensive and well organized website with a database of
nearly all Blades scenarios.
- The Lyceum has
some scenarios, a designer's forum and hosts the latest Blades
of Exile Scenario
- User's Questions Answered
- Related Articles and Examples
- Bugs Found in the Scenario
- Learn about and download the Latest
Version of the Scenario Editor
- Learn how to submit a user designed
- See the results
of the Spiderweb Scenario Contest held in 1998.
- Submit a review of the scenarios
- Tarl Kudrick was
good enough to take almost all important information from the
187 stock monsters in the Blades of Exile database and turned
it into three easy-to-read tables. After the three tables, he
included some notes on monster design. Download
Monster Data (in Rich Text Format).
- Scenario Utilities Page.
Links to websites with custom Blades graphics and some people
have put together some utilities designed to help create your
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