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Version: 1. When we debate whether videogames can ever count as art, the game that everyone brings out as exhibit "A" is Black Isle's RPG, Planescape: Torment. And sometimes - very occasionally - everyone is right: Torment is the gaming world's very own Citizen Kane, the work of an auteur rather than a mere author, with writing, characterisation and pacing that make it stand out from its contemporaries and which give it timeless qualities that ensure a place in top 20 lists for as long as people appreciate the medium. As far as I'm aware, Torment is unique in this regard. Beyond that, the developers sought to create an atypical fantasy game in every respect: there is sorcery, to be sure, but no swords actually, there's one, but you can't use it until you make it not-a-sword , no shields and no armour that your character can use. Dwarves and elves are noticeable by their absence; your companions include a disembodied skull, a delightfully characterised demoness and a mechanical creature from the plane of Mechanus.
Doctor Stephen Vincent Strange M. D is the sorcerer and a Master of the Mystic Arts. Originally a brilliant, although arrogant, neurosurgeon, Strange got into a car accident which resulted with his hands becoming crippled.
It is being worked on at a slower pace and updates will resume when they are ready. In the interim, D. Webb will be publishing a new story which will update regularly. Sorry about the radio silence, everyone.