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Deathless: The City's Thirst for iOS

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Key Details of Deathless: The City's Thirst

  • Part of the Craft Sequence.
  • Last updated on February 22, 2024
  • There have been 2 updates
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Developer's Description

Part of the Craft Sequence.

Negotiate water rights from scorpion gods in this necromantic legal thriller! Discredit your boss, solve murders, and reanimate your own corpse to keep your city from drying out.

Deathless: The Citys Thirst" is a 150,000-word interactive novel by Max Gladstone, author of Choice of the Deathless and the "Craft Sequence" novels, nominated for the John W Campbell Best New Writer Award, the XYZZY award, and the Lambda Award. Your choices control the story. It's entirely text-based--without graphics or sound effects--and fueled by the vast, unstoppable power of your imagination.

You won the God Wars, killing the rain god and taking over his desert city. But now the city needs water, and its your job to make it rain. As a rising associate at a god-killing public service conglomerate, you can monopolize your citys public utilities, or fight to keep water affordable for everyone. Build alliances with powerful necromancers, or help local farmers hold onto their land. Find love, or betray your friends. Overcome the trauma you suffered in the God Wars. Prevent murders, or commit them.

Just keep the water flowing.

Play as male or female; straight, gay, or bi

Match wits with master necromancers, real estate magnates, and journalists

Climb the social ladder of Dresediel Lex

Help the needy, or laugh callously as the world burns

Drink with undead kings over the ruins of a destroyed civilization

Kill people you may later really wish you hadn't killed

Betray trusted friends and their entire society

Fight giant scorpions and renegade priestsor join forces with them

Look for love in extremely wrong places

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