Flamestryke's MM9 site
- Very extensive MM9 site, with almost everything about MM9.
A bit slow though due to the many graphics, but worth it.
This is her new site; the sites on www.escalix.com and www.freewebz.com are no longer in use.
MMworlds.com - Extensive MM9 site with skills, training, magic, bugs, hints, walkthrough with maps, etc.
Klaravoyia's home - Klaravoyia has collected a number of useful pages and sheets. She also made fixes for some bugs in the game. Not a flashy site, but effective.
NetDanzr's FAQ - extensive FAQ and walkthrough, gives a difficulty level for quests, has a spell chart.
Yet Another Might and Magic 9 Site - Starting site with indexed maps, list of quests (incomplete), artifacts (incomplete).
D.O.S. guide - RangerMan's Dungeon of Secrets extensive walkthrough (pictures won't load with me though :( )
The Round Table - Forum with search facility.
GameFAQs - Forum, FAQs (spells, boat schedule, a walkthrough by Tim Hollebeek and a comprehensive but as yet unfinished FAQ by Don "Gamera" Chan), and a trainer (modify character attributes, spells, skills)
Might and Magic world - German site; with walkthrough with maps, artifacts, skills, trainers, etc.
Portails sur Might and Magic - French site; Has extensive pdf files (acrobat) of e.g. shops and of monsters; and promises for many more.
MM9 - Czech site with highscores and probably a lot more (but my Czech isn't that good :)
TRAVEL INC. - Russian site with walkthrough with maps, artifacts, spells, highscores
Shanghai online - Chinese site with a number of articles about MM9: player's guide, boat schedule, promotion and Jarl quests, keyboard/mouse commands setup for Chinese Windows (hex editing), and early strategies. (Thanks to Don "Gamera" Chan for translating!)
A savegame editor - This editor lets you edit the statistics, skills, spells and items of the characters. It is a java application, which means you'll also need de Java runtime environment. (All is explained in the html file in the docs folder after you unpack the zip file.)
Irfanview - a freeware image viewer that can handle the image format of the maps on this site.