I didn't have time to do much the last couple days but overall, I'm pretty happy with what I made.
I wanted to focus on magic spells that had multiple effects and traps that are more interesting than the standard "randomly take a trivial amount of damage" that most roguelikes have. I think I did both. Maybe not as much as I had hoped for, but I did both. I also wanted to explain more of the game with an intro that auto-palys and help popups. I think that worked very well.
As far as programming goes, I was able to get animations working - which I've never done before. I also tried putting much of the ai into spells so that the hero and wizards know how to cast them. The magic system wasn't as clean as I wanted, but I tried a few new things with that too. One of the coolest things I did was to make it so the world has a list of functions that it calls each turn. Since anything that has a reference to the world can add to that list, new functionality can be added without changing any existing code. Totally OCP. Much of the traps and magic used this.
As always, any feedback is welcome.
Update: I played it again after being away for a week and noticed that sometimes the FOV isn't calculated at the right time. I think I fixed it.
Update: I started making a post-7DRL version with better traps, spells, and code. Give it a try at Pugnacious Wizards 2