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  • Summary: In the lowest layers of the Dungeons of Dredmor, deeper than any man or woman has ever previously explored, lies the Realm of the Diggle Gods: giant, muscular things, created by the First Diggle in days of old, throbbing with potent gristly muscle and waiting to lay waste to any adventurer who dares to cross their path.

    Deep within their underground temples, Lord Dredmor plots the next stage in his campaign of merciless brutality and world-terrorizing.

    Hes probably sitting on an egg while he does it. There are a bunch of very large eggs down there, some of which are quite comfortable.

    With six new skill trees, five new dungeon levels, a dozen new monster types, over one hundred new items, and a host of new rooms, features, and traps, the Realm of the Diggle Gods will challenge any adventurer - from a novice sword-poker to an advanced master of the arcane arts.

    The Diggle Gods await your worship. Its a very nice dungeon you have here, and itd be a shame if anything happened to it.

    Key Features:

    - Six new skill trees: Veganism, Big Game Hunting, Werediggling, Emomancy, Piracy, and Demonology.
    - One Hundred New Items! .. ish.
    - Five new dungeon levels, in a variety of flavours!
    - New mysterious portals that lead to places that will kill you!
    - New scriptable rooms, providing joyful puzzles and traps!
    - A dozen new monster types to fight!
    - Polymorphing!
    - And More!
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  1. Feb 9, 2012
    10
    If you play this game a lot, there is absolutely no reason to pass off on this expansion. It just adds more stuff to the game without changing anything. Expand
  2. Feb 1, 2012
    10
    Dungeons of Dredmor has yet to be fully experienced unless its with Realm of the Diggle Gods DLC. Not only does it have more skills and tons of more items but also more floors. Yes for as little as $3, Dungeons of Dredmor can show how fun, humorous and enjoyable it can really be. Expand
  3. Jan 15, 2012
    9
    Exactly what every downloadable content should do: add tons of new gameplay, humour and possibilities just for a couple of euros. Dungeons of Dredmor was a gigantic game before this expansion yet, but how can you resist the tentation to feel the whole experience for such a small price? If you ask me, I truly hope there will be more and more add-ons like Realm of the diggle gods in the future. Expand
  4. Feb 12, 2012
    9
    One of the best DLCs i ever saw. For such a little price this expansion completes this game in my opinion while at the same time adding something original to the game. I strongly recommend this to everyone that owns this game. Expand
  5. Mar 3, 2013
    4
    Adding more floors doesn't mean more fun. The last five floors are a real endurance test of your equipment vs. the permanent stat debuffing mobs. I had to skip 2 floors because my equip was getting worn down so bad. A buffed Dredmor waits at the bottom of Floor 15 but he is unreasonably hard. I think the devs expect you to cheese him with throwing weapons considering how the throwing vending machines from 11-15 are full of holy hand grenades. If you are considering getting this for the new skill trees, don't bother; they are very niche, often doing more harm to you than the enemy. This expansion adds a ton of infuriating content and is by far the worst DLC. Its saving grace is that you can disable the Diggle God floors when making a new character. Pick up Wizardlands instead. Expand