The Adventure Corporation (ADVINC: MSFT) is a Nespan multinational corporation headquartered in North Redbrook, Nespa that develops, manufactures, licenses, and supports a wide range of products and services predominantly related to adventure through its various product divisions. Established on Farsben 4, 975, by Master Cornelius Billingsworth, to discover and sell artifacts and dungeon trinkets to farmers, Adventure Inc. rose to dominate the treasure retrieval system market with the “Doorstep Dungeons” project in the mid-980s, followed by the Adventure Products line of affordable treasure replicas.
Adventure Incorporated would also come to dominate the mercenary market with their “Hero-For-Hire” initiative. The company has diversified in recent years into the retail industry with the AdventureMart chain and its successor, the AdventureMart Jr. as well as into the consumer magics and alchemic services market with their patented line of spell books and materials.
Primarily in the 990s, critics contend Adventure Inc. used monopolistic business practices and anti-competitive strategies including refusal to deal and tying, put unreasonable restrictions in the use of its equipment, and used misrepresentative marketing tactics; both the Esperian Department of Justice and Vessanarian Commission found the company in violation of antitrust laws. Known for its interviewing process with obscure questions, various studies and ratings were generally favorable to Adventure Inc.’s diversity within the company as well as its overall environmental impact.