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  • Summary: Discover a whole new town built underground by a crazy inventor beneath the streets of Bowerstone. This full size region contains new houses and stalls to own, new creatures to fight and a major mystery to solve. In the end, you will decide the fate of the town and its people.

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    special bonus, you will also receive two extra quests for free: the Mercenary Shooting Range, where you can earn prizes by hitting a variety of targets, and the Wheel of Misfortune, which gives you a chance to return to Reaver's manor and participate in his insane combat arena. Featuring new commentary from Hatch and Reaver himself! Expand
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  1. Aug 4, 2011
    The Understone Quest pack is an "ok" addition to Fable 3, but doesn't bring anything significantly special to the game.
    The additional quest
    line is amusing and interesting and is accessible to most users almost as soon as they are out of the tutorial area's, providing an interesting diversion and some additional properties to for players to own. The addition of the shooting range and wheel of misfortune also provide access to a couple of additional legendary weapons, which are useful.
    That said, this pack only provides around an hours additional content for the game and once completed is unlikely to be an area players return to, except in order to purchase property (which can be done from the map screen in any case) The Wheel of Misfortune reuses existing elements from the original quest line (including swathes of original dialogue) and both this and the merc shooting range suffer from the fact that they can easily be cheated in coop mode to inflate a players score and gain access to the top tier "legendary" prizes.
    If you are undecided between purchasing this pack and traitors keep, I'd suggest you consider Traitors Keep instead as that brings far more to the game.
    Whilst Understone is a fun, nicely crafted addition to the game, it simply doesn't bring enough to the table to make it any more than a mechanism for delivering a couple of additional legendary weapons, in my honest opinion.