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Quest for Arithia 3: Elemental Peace

August 13th, 2022
Score : 6.6 fair
Peasant He/Him Hungary bloop
The nation above all 
I was surprised to find that I ejoyed this D-Mod more then the previous entries.
The mapping is the best out of Snyder's D-Mods. Obviously, more recent D-Mods are better at this, but I was pretty happy that he made a map that I actually enjoyed.
I didn't get stuck for long - unlike the previous one, I didn't need a walkthrough to finish it. I find the "secrets" (calling them that might not be accurate, as they aren't optional) are well indicated.
The new graphics are a bit rough, but they fulfill their purpose.
I actually had fun playing this then most parts of the first two entries.
The story is a nice tie in with Dink's Doppleganger.
The drawbacks?
The music is forgettable.
One point may cause some players to get stuck.
It's also a bit too short.
Also doesn't have the humor of the second title.
As for it's overall quality, I think this is one of the better avarage D-Mods.
As for recommending it, as well as the series overall, I'd say it's worth playing if you enjoyed the story of Dink's Doppelganger, or found the previous entries fun.
But I think unless you ran out of D-Mods to play or curious about Dink history, there are better D-Mods to choose from. But if you decide to play them anyway, at least you won't feel like you wasted your time, unlike certain bad D-Mods.
December 8th, 2004
Score : 8.9 good
Peasant He/Him Norway
GlennGlenn doesn't want a custom title. 
Quest for Arithia 3: Elemental Peace

Dink Smallwood is going to save Ariathia and finally gets the Rozarus

Plot:Save arithia and kill the evil wizard

Graphics.there were some new graphics in this one

midis: ooohh yeah, they were good.

Overall:A very nice, enjoyable and playable D-Mod
August 25th, 2004
Score : 8.0 good
Peasant They/Them
The concluding part of the trilogy with again a compeling storyline, though it still keeps you wanting for more which unfortunately isn't there (Zolan war dmod still hasn't come out by the looks of it).

The map is a lot smaller then in part two and far more suited to the kind of game it is (i.e. small). The talk gave enough hints (such as the walking on water) and for some reason the map layout made it very intuitive to find the cave and the walk on water bit (well done !).

Still no magic and as you stay quite weak (in all three parts), this makes the bonca's kinda hard to fight, though considering you've been given the health upgrade and have found the fountain, they are at least beatable which is better then what happened with the slayers in part two.

Overall: the best of the three. Enjoyable throughout.
Could possibly be "beefed up" a bit more, but is a good dmod as it is.
March 28th, 2004
Score : 8.0 good
This is the best quest for Arithia, yet there is less free wandering in it than there is in the previous parts. excluding the ending, I was happy at the dmod for the whole time playing, and don't have anything much to complain about in it. I didn't like those boncas...
August 21st, 2003
Score : 7.0 good
Peasant He/Him Australia
Once again a pretty solid DMOD, the ending leads the way for another DMOD, which never really happened, a shame.

Very tough enemies but still if you've played the other two, play the third, if only for completing a trilogy.

Pretty much bug free mod from one of the early masters of mods
December 18th, 2002
Score : 8.0 good
Peasant She/Her
Storyline: Dink, without Ash, continues his search for Arithia.

Map and graphics: The map is nicely done. It is not too big, but not too small either. There are some new graphics, such as the stones and the roses, which are nicely done.

Music: The music is real good, and sets the mood.

Good: You see part of the map from Arithia part 2. In part 2 you could not got to the east (the map from Arithia 3) and in this D-mod you can not go to the west (the map of Arithia 2). The way Dink escapes from a visit to the dungeons is real funny.

Not so good: Sometimes it was not clear what to do next. The game froze when I wanted to visit Hembar’s castle.

Overall: A good D-mod with a nice adventure. A good part 3 of the Arithia trilogy, and the best D-mod of the trilogy.

Fit for: If you played the first two, you should play this one too.
April 28th, 2002
Score : 7.0 good
Peasant He/Him
A very atmospheric D-Mod, with excellent dialogue and a pinnacle to the Arithia series. The game leads onto the unfinished Dink's Doppleganger, rather than the Zolan war, for those who were wondering about the ending.

Some may think the combat too sparse, or the D-Mod too short, but the D-Mod is perfect for what it does, and very enjoyable.
January 27th, 2002
Score : 6.3 fair
THe game is simple. You finish it very fast if you dont get stuck for long time. Only music that was over average on this game was on the end the the theme from "Back to the future"
So its 6, but because the end music i give 6.3.