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*                      Dungeon's and Dragons                      *
*                       Eye of the Beholder                       *
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*             Created by: Zephyrmaster (Andrew Sherman)           *
*                      Full FAQ/Walkthrough                       *
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Created On: 3/22/03            Latest Update: 9/5          v.1.11


Table of Contents
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Introduction
Updates

1.) FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions

2.) How to Play
- Basic Button Commands
- Menu Options
- Skill Guide

3.) Magic System
- Magic Mechanics
- Cleric Spell Listing
- Wizard Spell Listing

4.) Combat Strategies

5.) Building an Effective Party
- Feats and Skills

6.) The Walkthrough (in construction)
- Levels 1-12

7.) Credits, Thanks, Etc....

Updates
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v.1.11 (09/05/03)
 - Fixed various errors
v.1.10 (07/22/03)
 - More FAQ's included
 - More information
 - New skill guide
 - New submitted information
v.1.00 (03/29/03) 
 - Walkthroughs finished
v.70 - FAQ released
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Dungeons and Dragons: Eye of the Beholder for the Gameboy Advance
system is a port from the SNES version of the same game released
many years eariler. Though not that well recieved by the general
public, Eye of the Beholder is an extremely fun "hardcore" role-
playing game. The GBA version is slightly easier than the SNES
version because of the addition of feats and the use of 3rd edition
Dungeons and Dragons rules.


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Q: How do I equip items?
A: Press B to access the menus, go to items, and then go to equip
items.

Q: How do I change my memorized spells?
A: Press B, Press R until you reach the character whose spells you
would like to change, select rest, and then select Prepare Spells.

Q: Arrgh! I can't hurt Albrik! My fighters keep hitting for no
damage! Why?
A: Use weapons with a '+1' or '+2' modifier. By the time you reach
Albrik, you should have found a Light Mace +1, a Dagger +1, and a
Longsword +1.

Q: I can't rest without getting into a confontation with enemies.
What are some tips when resting?
A: When resting, it's best to rest with your party's back against
a wall (so no enemies can sneak behind you), and preferably you
should rest at the end of a dead end corridor.

Q: How do I revive a dead character?
A: To revive a dead character, you need to reach a Healer. Healers
are located where you can buy and sell things. In order to revive
a character, you need to talk to the healer with a person capable
of doing so, and then you have to press R (or L) until you reach
the character that need reviving.

Q: Dang, I don't have enough gold, any tips?
A: If you have a character with the Appraise skill, you can save
and gain quite a bit a gold. For instance, a person with a level
9 Appraise skill can buy a Ring of Protection +1 for only 1600,
a 800 gold savings. Note, when using a character with appraise,
talk to the shopkeeper until the skill goes into effect.

Q: How do you get fifth level spells aside from buying 2 of them 
as scrolls?
A: (Correction) I don't think it's possible to gain any fifth level
spells, unfortunately. According too one email, you can "level"
past 7, though that is very doubtful in my opinion.

Q: What's the highest level characters can go?
A: All characters can gain 7 levels.

Q: Can you multiclass?
A: Yes, but I don't recommend it because each character can only
gain 7 levels. A character that's a level 3 Rogue and a level 4
Wizard is MUCH worse than characters devoted to a certain type.

Q: Whoa! My CON went up to 250! Wow! How'd that happen?
A: It's a glitch in the game. If stats are brought down low 
enough, they cycle back up to enormous amounts. Note that this 
can cause undesired effects (negative hp, invunerability, etc...)

Q: How do I save?
A: The game automatically saves when you successfully rest.

Q: Are you going to make a creature guide?
A: Probably not. Maybe. (Addition: No, it would be very time
consuming and not very helpful).

Q: Where can I get more help?
A: The Gamefaqs.com messageboards or my email address.


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*Note: Much of this information is based on information that can
be found in the manual.            ~~~~~

Button Listing:
===============
L - Select Character (Rotate Left)
R - Select Character (Rotate Right)
Select - Nothing
Start - Display Map
B - Access the menu
A - Select Menu Item, Interact w/ object or environment
Control Pad - Move around

Move around the world with the control pad. Use the A button to
open doors and chests. To talk to something or use a skill on an
object, you have to press B to access the menu.

Various Information:

Experience Levels:
==================

Level          EXP Necessary
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1                          0
2                       1000
3                       3000
4                       6000
5                      10000
6                      15000
7                      21000

Feats:
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Feat                Perquisite         Description
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Alertness           None               Improves Listen, Spot skills
Armor Prof. (Light) None               Can wear armor w/o penalty
Armor Prof. (Med)   Armor Prof. (L)    Can wear armor w/o penalty
Armor Prof. (Heavy) Armor Prof. (Med)  Can wear armor w/o penalty
Combat Casting      Wizard/Cleric      Adept at casting in combat
Combat Reflexes     Dex of 12+         More Attacks of Opportunity
Exotic Wep. Prof.   Lvl 1 Fighter      No attack penalty for exotic
                    Lvl 2 others       weapons
Extra Turning       Cleric             Additional Turning
Great Fortitude     None               Helps w/ poison, death...
Improved Initiative None               Quicker reaction in combat
Iron Will           None               Helps against magic
Lightning Reflexes  None               Faster reflexes
Martial Wep. Prof.  None               No attack penalty: Exotic w.
Point Blank Shot    None               + to close ranged attacks
Precise Shot        Point Blank Shot   Negates cover bonus
Quick Draw          Lvl 1 Fighter      Change weapons at attack as
                    Lvl 2 other        your action
Rapid Shot          Point Blank Shot,  Extra ranged attack per
                    Dex of 13+         round. Less accuracy.
Scribe Scroll       Wizard/Cleric      Create scrolls of spells
Shield Prof.        None               Use shield w/o penalty
Simple Weap. Prof.  None               No penalty w/ simple weap.
Smooth Talk         None               +Dimplomacy, Sense Motive
Thug                None               Quick reaction to combat
Toughness           None               + 3 HP
Weapon Finesse      Weap. Prof.        Chooses higher bonus between
                                       Str, Dex for Small weapons

Skills:
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Key: F= Fighter Cost, R= Rogue Cost, W= Wizard Cost, C= Cleric Cost
__________________________________________________________________
\Skill Name        \F\R\W\C\ Decription                           \
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Appraise            2 1 2 2  Determine an objects value (More $$$)
Bluff               2 1 2 2  Mislead w/ faulty information
Climb               1 1 2 2  Climb out of a pit or trap door
Concentration       2 2 1 1  Fewer fizzled spells in combat
Decipher Script     - 1 - -  Read unknown languages (Rogue only)
Diplomacy           2 1 2 1  Perssuade people to get your way
Disable Device      2 1 2 2  Disarm traps, magical devices
Escape Artist       2 1 2 2  Escape out of traps, etc...
Forgery             2 1 2 2  Detect fake documents
Heal                2 1 2 1  Keep wounded members from dying
Intimidate          2 1 2 2  Get information from others
Intuit Direction    2 1 2 2  Better sense of direction (map)
Listen              2 1 2 2  Sense sounds, enemies
Open Lock           2 1 2 2  Pick locked doors
Search              2 1 2 2  Find secret doors and traps
Sense Motive        2 1 2 2  Use to see if someone is Bluffing
Spellcraft          2 2 1 1  Identify spells cast in combat
Spot                2 1 2 2  Notice hiding enemies
Tumble              2 1 2 2  Land softly from falls
Use Magic Device    - 1 - -  Activate magical devices (Rogue only)


Skill/Feat Guide (What to choose and what to not)
-----------
Unfortunately for us, many of the skills posted above are useless,
absolutely useless. Here is a guide to each skill, just for you:

*Note, this list is just an alphabetically ordered list, skills
and feats are mixed together.

Appraise - Determine an objects value (More $$$)
+ Personally, I like to max Appraise with a Rogue (since they get
so many skill points anyways), and then just buy and sell items
with the rogue.

Bluff - Mislead w/ faulty information
+ Pretty much useless. In about 3-4 situations could you use this
skill, but when you do, the rewards are non existant. Don't waste
any skill points here.

Climb - Climb out of a pit or trap door
+ An okay skill, used very sparingly. Since you should make Orc
fighters (who may only get one skill point), but your fighter's 
skill points into this.

Concentration -  Fewer fizzled spells in combat
+ Max this with both your Wizard(s) and Cleric. This skill is 
essential, especially if your wizard/cleric gets hit while 
casting a spell. Having a fireball fizzle is not a good
feeling.

Decipher Script - Read unknown languages (Rogue only)
+ Don't worry about this skill, just ignore it. Any points into
here is a waste. If you want to, put a point in, but it won't do
anything. =)

Diplomacy - Perssuade people to get your way
+ I consider this another useless skill. Like Bluff, there are
few opportunities to use this skill, and the skill isn't that good
anyways!

Disable Device - Disarm traps, magical devices
+ A nice skill to have. I usually max it with a Rogue, because in
some of the later levels traps on chests and in walls are 
fairly frequent. Having a few points in this skill saves you a
little time.

Escape Artist - Escape out of traps, etc...
+ I don't really know how useful this skill could be to anyone,
because most of the traps in the game aren't that damaging, so I'd
recommend putting no points into this skill.

Forgery - Detect fake documents
+ I don't have a clue why they included this feat, it has no use
whatsoever in this game. Another skill you want to ignore.

Heal - Keep wounded members from dying
+ Max this skill with your Cleric. If ever one of your fighters 
go down and you think you may be in for a long battle, you can use
this skill to keep him around longer.

Hide - Hide from enemies
+ Max this with your Rogue. It will give you less unexpected 
encounters when you are trying to rest.

Intimidate - Get information from others
+ Suffers the same problems as Bluff and Diplomacy, there just 
aren't enough times to use this skill to make it worthwhile! No
points.

Intuit Direction - Better sense of direction (map)
+ Useful. I like this skill quite a bit, and always max it with
my Rogue. When you rest, a check is done with each character with
their Intuit Direction skill. If all your characters fail, that's
when your arrow points in all four directions and the map flips
around. Putting points into this prevents that hassle.

Listen - Sense sounds, enemies
+ I always put some points into this because it sounds like a good
idea. I don't really know how it works though, so it's up to your
disgression whether or not you want to put points into this. If 
you have extra points, you could do much worse.

Open Lock - Pick locked doors
+ Max this with your Rogue. A pretty useful skill, you can even 
open doors for which you are supposed to have a key (thus, "pick
locked doors").

Scribe Scroll - Copy a spell to a scroll
+ (Correction) Scribe Scroll can be useful. I was previously 
mistaken in thinking it could help you create scrolls, but what
it really does is add charges to certain scrolls. Useful, if you
use scrolls.

Search - Find secret doors and traps
+ I've searched. And searched. And searched. And I've never found
anything. I always put some points in this just so I can see how
many enemies are coming up.

Sense Motive - Use to see if someone is Bluffing
+ Don't put any points into this. Too little talking in this game
to justify it.

Spellcraft - Identify spells cast in combat
+ I always max this with my Wizard because they have very little
else to put points into. Sometimes this can be useful, so I'd at
least put a few points into this, with both your Cleric and Wizard.

Spot - Notice hiding enemies
+ Put a few points into this. It's not essential though, but this
skill may have more hidden features that I can't notice. That's 
why I'd recommend just putting in a few points with your Rogue.

Tumble - Land softly from falls
+ Toss in a point or two if you wish, but this skill is pretty
useless. Falls don't hurt characters that much anyways.

Use Magic Device - Activate magical devices (Rogue only)
+ Get this if you want to use wands with your Rogue. If not, don't
put in any points.


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How it Works
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Any character with a level in Wizard or Cleric can cast spells. To
cast a spell, the character has to first memorize the spell. Spells
are memorized when you rest, and each magic-user has a limited
number of slots to memorize spells. There are a variety of spells,
from long distance bolts, to healing spells, to large radius
damage spells. Use it wisely, because magic can be a powerful
force.

*Note: Spells that affect an area can and will hurt your teammates.
When casting large radius spells, aim away from your squad.

Spells Per Level
----------------
Clerics and Wizards gain new spells at levels 1,3,5, and 7. You
don't get to choose what spells Clerics recieve, because they are
"divined" them.

Here is the amount of spells a Wizard or Cleric would be able to
memorize w/o the Wisdom or Intelligence bonus:

    Cleric Level    Lvl 0   Lvl 1   Lvl 2   Lvl 3   Lvl 4
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        1             3       1       -       -       -
        2             4       2       -       -       -
        3             4       2       1       -       -
        4             5       3       2       -       -
        5             5       3       2       1       -
        6             5       3       3       2       -
        7             6       4       3       2       1

   Wizard Level     Lvl 0   Lvl 1   Lvl 2   Lvl 3   Lvl 4
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        1             3       1       -       -       -
        2             4       2       -       -       -
        3             4       2       1       -       -
        4             4       3       2       -       -
        5             4       3       2       1       -
        6             4       3       3       2       -
        7             4       4       3       2       1

As you can see, wizards and clerics can't memorize that many
spells, especially the very potent ones (lvls 3, 4), so resting
often is recommended. Please note that this chart can be found
in the game manual.

Magic Scrolls
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Here are the scrolls you can find:

Acid Arrow, Acid Splash, Aganzr Scor, Blur, Cat's Grace, 
Cause Fear, Charm Prsn, Cone of Cold, Cure Lt Wnd, Dispel Magic, 
Eagle Splend, Feather Fall, Fireball, Flame Arrow, Hold Monster, 
Hold Person, Infl Lt Wnd, Infl Mnr Wnd, Light Bolt, L. Restore, 
Mage Armor, Remove Curse, R. Frost,  Sleep, Snow Storm, 
Vamp. Touch, Web (Thanks to: Lee Eric Kirwan)

Spell Listing
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Key:
Range- (Each space is 5')          Duration-
Personal = Self                    Action = Instanteous
Touch = < 10 ft.                   Rounds = Number of Rounds
Close = < 20 ft.                   Minutes = # of minutes
Medium = < 40 ft.                  Hours = # of hours
Long = < 60 ft.                    Permanent = Forever

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# Cleric Spells #
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Level 0 Spells:
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Cure Minor Wounds
Range: Touch
Duration: Action
Description: Cures 1 HP
Overview: This is an extremely weak healing spell. At higher levels,
using a round to heal just one hp isn't very useful, especially
when your figthers will have dozens of hitpoints.

Inflict Minor Wounds
Range: Touch
Duration: Action
Description: Inflict 1 HP
Overview: Very weak damage spell. 1 HP of damage is miniscule, and
doesn't even have much use very early in the game.

Resistance
Range: Touch
Duration: Minutes
Description: Makes target stronger against magic attack
Overview: A mediocre spell, this can be useful if you are facing
several magic users, but the effect is minimal and the duration is
too low for the spell to be very effective.

Virtue
Range: Touch
Duration: Minutes
Description: Subject gains 1 temporary HP
Overview: Better than Cure Minor Wounds because you can raise the
HP of a character over their normal limit but it still isn't very
useful.

Level 1 Spells:
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Bane
Range: Personal
Duration: Minutes
Description: Fill enemies with doubt
Overview: A fairly useful spell, but it is limited by it's short
duration and short range.

Bless
Range: Personal
Duration: Minutes
Description: Fills allies with courage
Overview: Good spell, but it doesn't last very long.

Cause Fear
Range: Close
Duration: Round
Description: Fill enemies with fear
Overview: Not that useful because of the limited range and short
duration.

Cure Light Wounds
Range: Close
Duration: Round
Description: Cures 1-6 HP (+1 for every level)
Overview: A very good basic healing spell, especially useful at
higher levels. Devote several memorization slots to this spell.

Doom
Range: Medium
Duration: Minutes
Description: Fill target with dread
Overview: Fairly useful, but not that effective.

Inflict Light Wounds
Range: Touch
Duration: Action
Description: Inflicts 1-6 level damage (+1 for every level)
Overview: One of the Cleric's variety of damaging spells, this
one is a poor selection because of its very small range. Don't
use this spell unless your cleric is being used as a fighter.

Protection from Chaos
Range: Touch
Duration: Minutes
Description: Wards attacks from chaotic creatures
Overview: All of the protection spells aren't very useful,
especially since it is hard to tell whether an enemy is chaotic,
evil, good, or lawful.

Protection from Evil
Range: Touch
Duration: Minutes
Description: Wards attacks from evil creatures
Overview: All of the protection spells aren't very useful,
especially since it is hard to tell whether an enemy is chaotic,
evil, good, or lawful.

Protection from Good
Range: Touch
Duration: Minutes
Description: Wards attacks from good creatures
Overview: All of the protection spells aren't very useful,
especially since it is hard to tell whether an enemy is chaotic,
evil, good, or lawful.

Protection from Law
Range: Touch
Duration: Minutes
Description: Wards attacks from lawful creatures
Overview: All of the protection spells aren't very useful,
especially since it is hard to tell whether an enemy is chaotic,
evil, good, or lawful.

Remove Fear
Range: Close
Duration: Minutes
Description: Cures allies inflicted with fear
Overview: A fairly useful spell, but I would only memorize it
if you know that the enemy you are about to face likes to cast
Cause Fear on your characters.

Shield of Faith
Range: Touch
Duration: Minutes
Description: Makes target harder to hit (+2 AC)
Overview: Not terribly useful, but it could save your fighters if
they have very low armor classes.

Level 2 Spells:
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Aid
Range: Touch
Duration: Minutes
Description: Fills target with courage and 1-8 HP
Overview: Fairly useful if your fighters are doing poorly.

Bull's Strength
Range: Touch
Duration: Hours
Description: Adds 2-5 Strength
Overview: Can be useful, especially if you'd like to do more damage
with a specific character or need a boost of strength to open a
tough door.

Cure Moderate Wounds
Range: Touch
Duration: Action
Description: Cures 2-16 HP (+1 for every level)
Overview: A very good healing spell. Increases in potentcy as your
Cleric gains levels, which is a major plus.

Curse of Ill Fortunes
Range: Touch
Duration: Hours
Description: Makes target ineffective in combat
Overview: A bad spell, if only because your cleric has to be
touching the enemy. Since the corriders are only two spaces wide,
Clerics often don't get to be in contact with the enemy.

Endurance
Range: Touch
Duration: Hours
Description: Adds 2-5 Constitution
Overview: A fairly good spell, but not worth memorizing or even
learning because of it's limited use.

Hold Person
Range: Medium
Duration: Round
Description: Makes target stand in place helpless
Overview: A pretty good spell to use. You can stall the enemy,
or even prevent several from reaching your group while you deal
with others.

Inflict Moderate Wounds
Range: Touch
Duration: Action
Description: Causes 2-16 damage (+1 for every level)
Overview: This spell suffers from the same problem that the
Cleric's other spells have. The range is simply to little.

Lesser Restoration
Range: Touch
Duration: Action
Description: Cures 1-4 ability damage
Overview: This spell has such limited use that I would not
memorize it.

Remove Paralysis
Range: Close
Duration: Action
Description: Free target of paralysis effect
Overview: Memorize it if you believe (or know) that you are about
to face an enemy that can paralyze your party members, otherwise,
don't memorize it.

Spell Shield
Range: Touch
Duration: Minutes
Description: Helps protect target against spells
Overview: Not that useful. Don't memorize it unless your party is
getting killed repeated by spells from enemies, but even then it
won't make much of a difference.

Level 3 Spells:
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Bestow Curse
Range: Touch
Duration: Permanent
Description: -6 to an ability, -4 on attacks, saves, & checks
Overview: A pretty bad spell because of the limited range (you have
to be touching the opponent to cast the spell). It does have use
if you are facing a boss though, because you could cast this spell,
run away, and then start casting damage spells at him/her/it.

Blindness
Range: Medium
Duration: Permanent
Description: 50% chance to miss in combat
Overview: A good spell to cast on an enemy that keeps killing your
fighters, otherwise, don't use it.

Cure Serious Wounds
Range: Touch
Duration: Action
Description: Cures 3-24 damage (+1 for every level)
Overview: Another awesome healing spell. Memorize this spell,
because it is extremely useful in battle, to sustain the life of
your fighters.

Deafness
Range: Medium
Duration: Permanent
Description: 20% miss chance, can't cast some spells
Overview: Fairly useful in some cases, but generally you don't
want to have this spell memorized.

Dispel Magic
Range: Medium
Duration: Action
Description: Cancels magical effects
Overview: A very useful utility spell to help rid your characters
of a variety of aliments.

Inflict Serious Wounds
Range: Touch
Duration: Action
Description: Causes 3-24 damage (+1 for every level)
Overview: This spell suffers from the same problem that the
Cleric's other spells have. The range is simply to small.

Negative Energy
Range: Touch
Duration: Round
Description: Protection against undead creatures
Overview: Not that great of a spell because you should simply
"Turn" the undead. If you can't turn the undead enemies though,
then using this spell is a pretty smart option.

Remove Blind/Deaf
Range: Touch
Duration: Action
Description: Removes Blindness and Deafness
Overview: Use this spell against enemies that blind and deafen
your enemies, but otherwise you don't need to memorize it.

Remove Curse
Range: Touch
Duration: Action
Description: Removes curse bestowed on target
Overview: A good spell if you know that you are going to face an
opponent(s) that enjoy cursing your characters. Otherwise, don't
use this spell.

Level 4 Spells:
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Cure Critical Wounds
Range: Touch
Duration: Action
Description: Cures 4-32 damage (+1 for every level)
Overview: A superb healing spell. With any luck, you could fully
heal any of your characters in one or two castings of this spell.

Divine Power
Range: Touch
Duration: Round
Description: Target gains attack bonus of fighter and 1HP per lvl.
Overview: Nice spell, but not as good as some of the other level
4 spells.

Inflict Critical Wounds
Range: Touch
Duration: Action
Description: Causes 4-31 damage (+1 for every level)
Overview: This spell can do massive damage, but it is limited by
it's small range. You have to actually be touching your opponent
before you can cast this spell. Choose the healing spell instead.

Neutralize Poison
Range: Touch
Duration: Action
Description: Detoxify poison effects
Overview: Useful, especially if you know you are going to face some
enemies with poison attacks/spells.

Poison
Range: Touch
Duration: Action
Description: Poisons target, causing 1-10 Constitution damage
Overview: Good spell with good damage, but it's main weakness is
its range. Be careful if you use this spell, you don't want your
cleric dead!

Restoration
Range: Touch
Duration: Action
Description: Restores drained levels
Overview: Useful if your levels have been drained ;).

Level 5 Spells:
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Circle of Doom
Range: Close
Duration: Action
Description: 2-57 damage in all directions
Overview: This spell is very potent, but the problem is that
it can hurt your teammates. Use with caution.

Flame Strike
Range: Medium
Duration: Action
Description: Smites foes with a divine fire (1-42 damage)
Overview: Very nice damage spell. One of the Cleric's few spells
with a longer range. The damage of this spell is potentially
huge!


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# Wizard Spells #
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Level 0 Spells:
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Acid Splash
Range: Close
Duration: Action
Description: Orb of acid that does 1-3 damage
Overview: Not very useful, misses often, and has a very short range.
Very low damage also.

Electric Jolt
Range: Close
Duration: Action
Description: Electical jolt that does 1-3 damage
Overview: Not very useful, misses often, and has a very short range.
Very low damage also.

Ray of Frost
Range: Close
Duration: Action
Description: Freezing ice that does 1-3 damage
Overview: Not very useful, misses often, and has a very short range. V
ery low damage also. No effect on skeletons.

Level 1 Spells:
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Charm Person
Range: Close
Duration: Hours
Description: Prevents enemies from attacking you
Overview: Fairly useful, but there are better level one spells to
memorize (i.e. magic missile)

Detect Secret Door
Range: Personal
Duration: Minutes
Description: Detects secret doors and compartments
Overview: Useful only if you don't have a rogue with good searching
skills. Don't waste spots memorizing this spell.

Feather Fall
Range: Close
Duration: Action
Description: Objects or creatures fall slowly
Overview: Not useful at all.

Mage Armor
Range: Touch
Duration: Hours
Description: Makes target harder to hit (+4 AC)
Overview: A superb spell if you don't want to attack primarily w/
your wizard and decide that you want to concentrate on your
fighters. Personally, I don't use this spell because I prefer
Magic Missile and a more offensively orientated wizard strategy.

Magic Missile
Range: Medium
Duration: Action
Description: One missile every 2 levels, causes 2-5 damage
Overview: The de facto standard of wizard spells, anybody who
knows about Dungeons and Dragons knows about this spell. I would
recommend devoting all of your wizard's level 1 memorization slots
to this spell. At level 6 for instance, your wizard could deal
6-15 damage to a variety of creatures.

Protection from Chaos
Range: Touch
Duration: Minutes
Description: Wards attacks from chaotic creatures
Overview: All of the protection spells aren't very useful,
especially since it is hard to tell whether an enemy is chaotic,
evil, good, or lawful.

Protection from Evil
Range: Touch
Duration: Minutes
Description: Wards attacks from evil creatures
Overview: All of the protection spells aren't very useful,
especially since it is hard to tell whether an enemy is chaotic,
evil, good, or lawful.

Protection from Good
Range: Touch
Duration: Minutes
Description: Wards attacks from good creatures
Overview: All of the protection spells aren't very useful,
especially since it is hard to tell whether an enemy is chaotic,
evil, good, or lawful.

Protection from Law
Range: Touch
Duration: Minutes
Description: Wards attacks from lawful creatures
Overview: All of the protection spells aren't very useful,
especially since it is hard to tell whether an enemy is chaotic,
evil, good, or lawful.

Ray of Enfeeblement
Range: Close
Duration: Minutes
Description: Makes target weak
Overview: Not that useful. This spell doesn't do very much to the
strength of opposing creatures.

Sleep
Range: Medium
Duration: Round
Description: Causes a comatose slumber on target
Overview: A fairly good spell, but I wouldn't recommend using it
because it only lasts one round and has a limited range.

Spider Climb
Range: Touch
Duration: Action
Description: Climb walls as a spider does
Overview: Use this spell if for some reason you can't climb up a
pit or trap door. You should have a character with a high enough
Climb skill level to climb most or all pits/trap doors.

True Strike
Range: Personal
Duration: Round
Description: Helps you hit your target
Overview: Not useful, especially since you shouldn't be trying to
enter melee combat with your wizards.

Level 2 Spells:
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Aganazzar's Scorcher
Range: Close
Duration: Action
Description: Fire stream causing 1-11 damage
Overview: A fairly weak damage spell, this spell is fairly useful
early on. It shoots out a stream of fire, so don't cast this spell
through your teammates because you will hurt them too.

Blur
Range: Touch
Duration: Minutes
Description: Makes target harder to hit
Overview: Don't worry yourself with this spell. It's fairly useful,
but the duration is too short.

Bull's Strength
Range: Touch
Duration: Hours
Description: Adds 2-5 Strength
Overview: Can be useful, especially if you'd like to do more damage
with a specific character or need a boost of strength to open a
tough door.

Cat's Grace
Range: Touch
Duration: Hours
Description: Adds 2-5 Dexterity
Overview: A fairly good spell, but not worth memorizing or even
learning because of it's limited use.

Eagle's Splendor
Range: Touch
Duration: Hours
Desciption: Adds 2-5 Charisma
Overview: A fairly good spell, but not worth memorizing or even
learning because of it's limited use.

Endurance
Range: Touch
Duration: Hours
Description: Adds 2-5 Constitution
Overview: A fairly good spell, but not worth memorizing or even
learning because of it's limited use.

Gedlee's Electric Loop
Range: Close
Duration: Action
Desciption: 1-18 points of damage in a 5 ft. radius
Overview: Be careful with this spell, it's short range might force
you to hurt your teammates if you want to use this spell. I would
forgo this spell.

Ghoul Touch
Range: Touch
Duration: Round
Desciption: Paralyzes target
Overview: Really only useful if your wizard is in the front lines
fighting your opponents in hand-to-hand combat, which should NOT be
happening.

Knock
Range: Medium
Duration: Action
Description: Opens locked, stuck, and barred doors
Overview: A good spell if your rogues and warriors can't bust down
a specific door, otherwise, don't have this spell memorized. If you
play correctly, at least one of your rogues should have a high
enough open lock skill to open most doors.

Melf's Acid Arrow
Range: Long
Duration: Round
Desciption: Arrow which does 2-8 damage
Overview: Not a very good spell. The distance at which you can hit
enemies with this spell is impressive, unfortunately the damage is
poor.

Scare
Range: Medium
Duration: Round
Desciption: More powerful than Cause Fear
Overview: Fairly useful. Use it if it seems to help you win
battles, otherwise just don't use it. I personally don't like any
of the Cause Fear spells.

Snilloc's Snowball Swarm
Range: Medium
Duration: Action
Description: Snow erupts from target, 2-24 damage area
Overview: A very good damage spell (except against skeletons),
which can damage several creatures at once. The radius of this spell
is 2.

Web
Range: Medium
Duration: Round
Desciption: Entangles creatures making it harder to fight
Overview: If your characters have ever been "webbed", you would
realize why this spell is a poor choice. It does very little to
hamper combat skills.

Level 3 Spells:
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Dispel Magic
Range: Medium
Duration: Action
Desciption: Cancels magical effects
Overview: A very useful utility spell to help rid your characters
of a variety of aliments. I wouldn't recommend learning it with a
wizard though. Let your Cleric cast this spell.

Fireball
Range: Long
Duration: Action
Desciption: 1-6 fire damage per caster level in a large area
Overview: One of the best damaging spells in this game. The damage
is awesome and the radius of the blast is huge (5). Be careful
when using this potent spell, it's very easy to accidently hurt your
own characters.

Flame Arrow
Range: Medium
Duration: Action
Desciption: Shoots a fiery bolt for 4-24 points of damage
Overview: Not as good as the other level 3 damage spells that the
wizard can use.

Hold Person
Range: Medium
Duration: Round
Desciption: Makes target stand helpless
Overview: Limited use = unnecessary.

Lightning Bolt
Range: Medium
Duration: Action
Desciption: 1-6 lightning damage per caster level.
Overview: Another great level 3 damage spell, I would recommend
using this frequently on tough opponents. At level 7, you could
potentially do 56 damage!

Stinking Cloud
Range: Medium
Duration: Round
Desciption: Nauseates targets in the cloud
Overview: If you can shoot the cloud so that your characters are
not effected, this spell can aid your fighters substantially.

Vampiric Touch
Range: Touch
Duration: Action
Desciption: Caster gains 1-6 damage every two caster levels
Overview: I wouldn't learn this, but that's because I don't use my
wizard in the front lines. If you for some reason enjoy fighting in
melee combat with your wizard, this spell may be for you.

Level 4 Spells:
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Bestow Curse
Range: Touch
Duration: Permanent
Description: -6 to an ability, -4 on attacks, saves, & checks
Overview: A pretty bad spell because of the limited range (you have
to be touching the opponent to cast the spell). It does have use
if you are facing a boss though, because you could cast this spell,
run away, and then start casting damage spells at him/her/it.

Enervation
Range: Medium
Duration: Hours
Description: Reduces 1-4 target levels
Overview: A very potent spell, you don't want this cast on your
characters. I wouldn't recommend casting this spell.

Fear
Range: Close
Duration: Round
Description: More powerful than Scare (Cause Fear)
Overview: A useful spell if you really don't want to fight a
specific creature.

Ice Storm
Range: Long
Duration: Action
Description: Causes 5-30 damage in a large area
Overview: This is a superb large radius huge damage spell. Don't
cast it into a horde of skeletons though, because it wouldn't
affect any of the creatures. Watch out, you can easily injure your
own characters with such large radius damage spells.

Remove Curse
Range: Touch
Duration: Action
Description: Removes curse bestowed on target
Overview: A good spell if you know that you are going to face an
opponent(s) that enjoy cursing your characters. Otherwise, don't
use this spell.

Stoneskin
Range: Touch
Duration: Minutes
Description: Target gains damage resistance
Overview: This is good protective spell for your fighters if they
seem to be dying to often in the midst of battle. If you fighters
die almost every battle, you definately need new armor!

Level 5 Spells:
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Cone of Cold
Range: Close
Duration: Action
Description: Cold radiates from caster, 1-6 damage per level
Overview: Only use this spell if your wizard is surrounded by
enemies (which should NEVER happen unless you want it to). It's
similar to a short range fireball.

Hold Monster
Range: Medium
Duration: Round
Description: Holds a monster in place
Overview: A good spell if you want to stall for time or allow
your fighters to concentrate on a few enemies.


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In combat, each character can do two actions. The action can be
moving, attacking, or casting a spell. You can only attack or cast
a spell one per round (unless you have a skill that allows you to
have multiple attacks).

Basic Tips:
- Don't use ranged attacks or cast spells if your character is
within striking distance of an enemy because that enemy will get
an attack of opportunity.
- Flank your enemies. If one of your characters is on the opposite
side of an enemy as a rogue, the rogue will have a substantially
higher change of hitting the enemy.
- Don't move too many times w/in striking distance of an enemy
because they may get free attacks of opportunity.
- If a character is knocked down, use a Cleric to heal him/her
and continue fighting the battle.
- Rest often between battles so your characters can heal and so
that your wizards can memorize their spells.
- Try to make every character useful. Even if your wizard runs out
of spells, try to launch ranged attacks with him/her, you may get
a lucky hit.
- Weapons with a +1, +2, or +3 are much better than their normal
counterparts.
- Position your fighters so that they recieve free attacks of
opportunity. For instance, if you can, move a fighter near a
ranged attacking enemy, so that when the enemy is about to attack
you get a free hit.


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Even though you can beat the game with the standard chracters and
by picking up various characters along the way, I would recommend
creating your own party.

Building a good party:
---------------------
*NOTE: This is just my idea of an ideal party. Obviously you could
beat the game with a different party, multi-classing characters,
etc... I would recommend experimenting for extra replay after
intially beating the game.

You can have up to six adventurers, even though you can only start
off with four (you can add more early in the game on the first
level). I would recommend creating all six of the adventurers. Here
is an ideal lineup:

2 Fighters
1 Cleric
1 Rogue
1 Rogue/Wizard (Lean toward Wizard)
1 Wizard

The reason for this lineup is because most corriders are only 2
spaces wide, so using more than 2 fighters isn't wise. Clerics are
essential for their turning and healing abilities. Wizards are
very nice for their ability to hit from a distance. Rogues are
useful for their skills and ranged attacks.

Making the characters:

Fighters-
Best races: Half-Orcs , Shield Dwarves, and Humans
Important Statistics: Strength, Constitution, Dexterity

Cleric-
Best races: Human
Important Statistics: Wisdom (You MUST have over 13), Charisma

Rogue-
Best races: Lightfoot Halflings, Human, Moon Elves
Important Statistics: Dexterity, Constitution

Wizard-
Best races: Human, Moon Elves, Lightfoot Halflings
Important Statistics: Intelligence (13+!), Dexterity

Full Character Creation Walkthrough:
-----------------------------------

Go through this 6 times (to create 6 characters of course):

1.) Go to Roll New Character
2.) Enter a Name
3.) Male or Female? (No difference in stats)
4.) Choose Alignment (Doesn't matter too much)
5.) Choose Race:
For your first character: Half-Orc
2nd character: Human (Or Half-Orc)
3rd character: Human
4th character: Lightfoot Halfling
5th character: Moon Elf
6th character: Human
6.) Select a Potrait
7.) Select a Miniature
8.) Roll Stats (ideal stats, hard to achieve):
1st Character: Ideal= 19-20 str, w/ 15+ con and 15+ dex
2nd Character: Ideal= 17-18 str, w/ 16+ con and 15+ dex
3nd Character: Ideal= 16+ Wis, 16+ Cha, 12+ con
4th Character: Ideal= 18+ dex, 14+ con
5th Character: Ideal= 18+ dex, 14+ con, 14+ int
6th Character: Ideal= 16+ int, 14+ con
9.) Add Levels:
1st Character: Fighter
2nd Character: Fighter
3rd Character: Cleric
4th Character: Rogue
5th Character: Rogue
6th Character: Wizard
10.) Add Feats
1st Character: Improved Initiative, Iron Will
2nd Character: Improved Initiative, Iron Will, Great Fortitude
3rd Character: Combat Casting, Extra Turning
4th Character: Point Blank Shot
5th Character: Point Blank Shot
6th Character: Combat Casting, Improved Initiative
11.) Skills:
1st Character: Climb
2nd Character: Climb
3rd Character: Concentration, Spellcraft, Diplomacy
4th Character: Open Lock, Appraise, Search, Spot, Listen
5th Character: Spellcraft, Concentration, Hide, Intuit Direction
6th Character: Concentration, Spellcraft

If you follow these steps, you should have an easier time beating
the game. Add the first four characters to your party and enter the
dungeon; you can add the other two in the first level of the game.

#############################
# Default Character Listing #
#############################

Here is a listing of the default characters. They are randomized
each time you clear a file and start a new game. Thanks to:
Lee Eric Kirwan.

A '*' denotes something that a custom character can't have, or
something very notable.

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Fighters
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Thyamin
Moon Elf Male
Chaotic Good
HP:16 AC:16

Abilities
STR:17 . DEX:15 . CON:17* . INT:11 . WIS:12 . CHA:12

If the most you can get on an unmodified stat is 18, and Moon 
Elves have 2 CON less than normal, then how does he have 17 CON?

Feats
Combat Reflexes, Toughness

Skills
Appraise 2, Search 2

Equipment
Body: Studded Leather*, Right Hand: Longsword, 
Left Hand: Sml Wooden Shield

Inventory
Dagger

...

Karl
Shield Dwarf Male
Neutral Good
HP:16 AC:16

STR:18 . DEX:15 . CON:17 . INT:10 . WIS:12 . CHA:8

Combat Reflexes*, Exotic Weapon Prof.*, Toughness*
Karl isn't human, how does he have three feats?

Appraise 2, Search 2

Body: Studded Leather*, Right Hand: Battleaxe*, 
Left Hand: Sml Wooden Shield

Dagger

...

Eloc
Half-Orc Male
Neutral
HP:16 AC:16

STR:20 . DEX:15 . CON:17 . INT:7 . WIS:10 . CHA:8

Combat Reflexes, Toughness

Intimidate 2

Body: Studded Leather*, Right Hand: Short Sword*, 
Left Hand: Sml Wooden Shield

Dagger

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Clerics
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Soma
Half-Elf Female
Neutral Good
HP:9* AC:15

STR:10 . DEX:12 . CON:14 . INT:14 . WIS:17 . CHA:15
If you've noticed, clerics can get up to 8 HP a level + 
changes with CON. Since you always get max HP for first level, 
making 8 so far, and from her CON she'd get an extra 2 HP, 
it adds up to 10. Why 9 HP?

Combat Casting

Concentration 4, Diplomacy 4, Heal 4, Spellcraft 4

Body: Studded Leather*, Right Hand: Light Mace, Arms: Buckler

Holy Symbol

...

Guidan
Human Male
Lawful Good
HP:10 AC:16

STR:14 . DEX:14 . CON:15 . INT:14 . WIS:17 . CHA:12

Combat Casting*
Where's the extra feat? He's human...

Concentration 4*, Diplomacy 4*, Heal 4*, Spellcraft 4*
Where's the extra skill(s)? He's human...

Body: Studded Leather*, Right Hand: Light Mace, Arms: Buckler

Holy Symbol

...

Garon
Lf. Halfling Male
Lawful Good
HP:9 AC:17

STR:10 . DEX:14 . CON:12 . INT:15 . WIS:17 . CHA:18

Combat Casting

Concentration 4, Diplomacy 4, Heal 4, Spellcraft 4

Body: Studded Leather*, Right Hand: Light Mace, Arms: Buckler

Holy Symbol

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Rogues
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Flash
Lf. Halfling Male
Chaotic Good
HP:8 AC:18

STR:10 . DEX:19 . CON:15 . INT:13 . WIS:9 . CHA:15

Point Blank Shot

Bluff 4, Climb 4, Disable Device 4, Hide 4, Intuit Direction 4,
Search 4, Spot 4, Tumble 4, Use Magic Device 4

Body: Studded Leather*, Right Hand: Light Crossbow*, 
Quiver: Crossbow Bolts*

Dagger

...

Kilrav
Shield Dwarf Male
Chaotic Neutral
HP:9 AC:16

STR:14 . DEX:16 . CON:16 . INT:13 . WIS:9 . CHA:10

Point Blank Shot

Bluff 4, Climb 4, Disable Device 4, Hide 4, Intuit Direction 4,
Search 4, Spot 4, Tumble 4, Use Magic Device 4

Body: Studded Leather*, Right Hand: Light Crossbow*, 
Quiver: Crossbow Bolts*

Dagger

...

Rhodes
Human Female
Neutral
HP:8 AC:16

STR:12 . DEX:17 . CON:15 . INT:14 . WIS:14 . CHA:15

Point Blank Shot*
She's human... Only one chosen feat?

Bluff 4*, Climb 4*, Disable Device 4*, Forgery 4*, Hide 4*, 
Intuit Direction 4*, Search 4*, Spot 4*, Tumble 4*,  
Use Magic Device 4*
Yes, I know she has one more skill than the other rogues, but 
I'm guessing that's from the INT bonus, not being human... Once 
again, one skill short of what would be under normal curcumstances.

Body: Studded Leather*, Right Hand: Light Crossbow*, 
Quiver: Crossbow Bolts*

Dagger

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Wizards
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Argyle
Moon Elf Male
Chaotic Good
HP:5 AC:12

STR:11 . DEX:14 . CON:12 . INT:18 . WIS:10 . CHA:13

Combat Casting

Concentration 4, Heal 2, Intuit Direction 2, Sense Motive 2, 
Spellcraft 4, Spot 2

Right Hand: Dagger, Quiver: Crossbow Bolts*

Light Crossbow*

...

Liddia
Moon Elf Female
Chaotic Neutral
HP:5 AC:12

STR:11 . DEX:14 . CON:12 . INT:18 . WIS:10 . CHA:15

Combat Casting

Concentration 4, Heal 2, Intuit Direction 2, Sense Motive 2, 
Spellcraft 4, Spot 2

Right Hand: Dagger, Quiver: Blowgun Dart*

Blowgun*

...

Wobby
Rock Gnome Male
Neutral Good
HP:5* AC:13

STR:9 . DEX:14 . CON:14 . INT:18 . WIS:13 . CHA:10
5 HP like every other wizard, but 2 CON above any of the other 
wizards... Once again...

Combat Casting

Concentration 4, Heal 2, Intuit Direction 2, Sense Motive 2, 
Spellcraft 4, Spot 2

Right Hand: Dagger, Quiver: Sling Bullets

Sling


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Here's how the walkthrough works: There is a map for each level,
and that should be enough for most people. Written help will be
below the maps. The maps have key areas marked of course. Enjoy. =)

Note: This walkthrough won't help you find every single item in
the game, though I may later update it in the future. What it does
is tell/help you beat the game.

Remember:
- Explore every area and fight every enemy. The game will be much
easier if you do this. If you want to rush through the game, it
won't work.
- REST OFTEN! Rest after battles, rest after leveling, rest to
memorize new spells, rest to heal, did I mention that you have to
rest?
- Don't rush through the game. It's less fun, shorter, and more
boring.
- When reading the maps, realize that when spaces are diagonally
attached, there is no way to go from one to the other in one move.
- Some walls can't be shown in an ASCII map.
- If you can't open a door, try using a skill such as Open Lock or
Strength. Many doors that require keys can be opened in this 
fashion.

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Level 1:
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         [ ]   [ ][ ][ ]      [ ]      [ ][ ]      [|]   [ ][ ][ ]
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[ ][ ][ ]         [ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ]      ^
[ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ]                        Wall
[ ][ ][ ]

Level 1 Map Key:

[ ] - Space
S - Starting Space                  1 - Silver Key (Held by enemy)
B - Boss (Fake Albrik)              | - Door (Use skill or hit a
T - Trapdoor to Golden Hammer Inn             switch)
+ - Door that requires Stone Key    f - Floor switch
E - End of the level

This level is very straightfoward. If you get lost or don't know
where to go next, just look at the above map. Make sure you go to
the Golden Hammer Inn. There you can bring the number of party
members up to six. If you don't yet have a wizard, you can use
Knucklebone, who is in the inn and is willing to join your party.
Also at the Golden Hammer Inn: A person who will give you the Stone
Key (essential for beating this level), a healer, a person who sells
scrolls, a weaponsmith, and an armorer. It's worth going to the
Golden Hammer Inn.

The enemies in this level are extremely easy. You may encounter a
few rare skeletons, but most of your enemies will be extremely
basic. If you do meet skeletons, use Turn Undead. The boss in this
level is extremely easy. He claims to be Albrik, but in reality,
he isn't... The boss drops a Light Mace +1, and you'll want to use
that right away. Equip it to a fighter.

Remember, to press switches, press A when they are in front of you.

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Level 2:
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Map 2a:    | Map 2b: (Room 4)  | Map 2c:
(Room 3)   |                   |             [T]
[E][ ][ ]  |     [ ][ ][ ]     |             [ ]
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Level 2 Key:

[] or [ ] - Normal Space      } or { - Fake wall
S - Start                     T - Treasure
E - End of the level
L - Ladder
r# - Room #
B - Behr (Lvl. 2 Fighter)

Teleport Guide:

t1 - Goes to Room 1   t8 - Goes to Room 4
t2 - Goes to Room 4   t9 - Goes to Room 5
t3 - Goes to Room 4  t10 - Goes to Room 1
t4 - Goes to Room 2  t11 - Goes to Room 2
t5 - Goes to Room 1  t12 - Goes to Room 2
t6 - Goes to Room 4  t - Sends you near t1
t7 - Goes to Room 3

Another easy level, but it can be tricky and confusing. You start
this level with a choice to go one of three ways. Open the chest to
your left and enter one of the doors. Go through each one, picking
up a silver and gold key down each path. Use the gold keys to open
the series of three doors on the left path. Keep going and you will
reach a teleporter. Go through it. You'll find yourself in a room
of three teleporters. Take the teleports in this order: (2, 9). You
will reach a hall with an enemy at the end. Defeat the enemy and
open the chest. Go through the teleporter. Go through teleport 12.
If you want, you can gain items and experience by going through
the invisible walls in this room. Otherwise, go through teleport 7.
Go down the ladder in this area. Open all the doors, fight all the
enemies, open all the chests, add Behr to your team, and then go
back up the ladder. You can now exit the level!

The enemies in this level are fairly easy. The goblins? from the
last level reappear (though in greater numbers), and you will have
to deal with skeletons and zombies. The easiest way to defeat the
Zombies and skeletons is to use Turn Undead with your cleric, an
awesome skill. Bashing/blunt weapons do better than edged weapons
against skeletons (for instance, a light mace +1 would do more
damage than a longsword +1 to a skeleton).

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Level 3:
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          [][]  []                    [][][][][][][][][][][]
            []  []                  [][][]
            E]  []  []   s s s s    []  [][][]
                [][][][]{][][][]    []  []  [][][]  [][]
                        [][][][]    [][][]      [][][][]
  [][]          [][][]    []            [][][]  []      [][]
  [][]          [][][][][][][][]            []  [][]  [][][]
  [][][]          []                        []      [][][][]
      [][][][][]  []            [][][][]    [][][][][][][][]
        [][]  []  []            []    [][]            [][][]
        []  [][][][][]      [][][]    [][][][]        []
      [][]  [][][]BB[]    [][][][]  rg[][][][][][][][][]
      []    []  []  []    [][][][]    [][][][]
  [][][][]  [][][][][]    [][][]        []       -- Sub Area --
  []    [][]              []            []      | [][][]
[][]    [][][][][][][][][][]            []      |     [][]
                []      []          [][][][]    |       []  []-|
      []    [][][]    [][]        [][][][][]    | op    [][][] |
[]  [][]    []  []  rg[]              [][]      | [][]    [][] |
[][][]    [][]  []    [][]t1          []  rg    |   []  [][]   |
[]  [][][][]    [][]      |           [][][]    |   [][][][]   |
                          |____________________________________|
Level 3 Key:

S - Start                 rg - Red gem
E - End ladders           op - Open Pit
| - Fake Wall             BB - Boss (Albrik)
t1 - Teleporter 1         s - Socket
{ - Wall that disappears when activated

This level is fairly straightfoward. The main goal of this level is
to find all four red gems and place them into the sockets. Use the
above map to find the gems. One happens to be in a hidden area behind
a fake wall. You will also face Albrik in this level, along with
several of his cronies. There is one teleporter in this level, but
it merely takes you to a sub area with a pit that leads you back to
the main level.

The enemies include skeletons and the goblins from level one. They
are easy to beat, especially if you utilize Turn Undead with your
Cleric. The boss in this level can be tricky though. Make sure that
your fighters have weapons with a +1 or +2 suffix so that they can
actually do some damage when they hit Albrik. Magic Missile doesn't
do anything to Albrik by the way, so you can't use that against him.

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Level 4:
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    [][][][][][]    [][][][][][][][][][][][][]
      []  []              [][][]    []      []  []
      []  [][][][][][][]  [][][]  [][]      [][][][]
      []  []          [][]  []    [][]      [][][]
    [][]  [][]      [][][][][][][]    [][]  []  t]
    []      [][]      [][]  []  [][][][][]  t]  |
[][][][][][][][]  [][][]    []    []        |___|
[]  []      [][][][]      [][][]  [][]
[]  []  [][][]  []  [][]  []  []  []
[]  []  [][]  [][][][][]  [][][]  []                [][][]
[]  []        []          []  []                  [][]
    []      [][][]        [][][]                  []
[][][]      [][][]        []  []                  [][]
[][]                      [][][]                    [][][]
[]                          []                        []
[][]                        S]                []      []
[][]                                          [][]  [][]
  []                        S]                [][][][]
[][]                B]      []  [][]            [][]
[][]                [][][]  []  [][][]            []
[][]                  []    [][][][][]    SS[][]  []
[]          [][]    [][]    []                [][][]  []
[]  [][]    []  E]  [][][][][]          [][]    []    []  []
[][][][]    []  []          []    [][][][]      [][]  [][][]
[]  [][]    []  []  []      []      []            []    []
[]          [][][][][][]    []  [][][]    []  [][][]  [][]
[][]                []      []  [][][]    [][][]      []
[][][][]      [][]  ==      []    []    [][]  [][]  [][][]
[][]  [][][][][][][][][][][][][][][][][][][]    [][][]  []
      [][][]  [][]      []  []    []          [][]      []

Level 4 Key:

S - Start
E - End
= - Last Door (Opens w/ adajecent switch!)
B - Belchar (Ally, Fighter)
SS - Stone Scepter
t - Teleporter

This level is very straightfoward. Make sure you get the Stone
Scepter, but after getting it, you can just continue on to the
next level if you want to. I wouldn't recommend that though,
because the next level is much more difficult than this one. Hunt
out enemies and defeat them for the experience. There are a few
puzzles in this level, but if you just hit every switch you find,
open every door you can (using strength or open lock when needed),
you should be able to explore the whole level.

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Level 5:
-------

              [][]  [][][][]t0  [][][][][][][]  E][][][][][]
              []    []      []  []  []      []            []
              [][][][]  [][][]  [][][][][]  [][][][][][]  []
                            []      []  [][][]  [][]  []  []
[]                          [][][]  [][][]  []    []  [][][]
[]                              []      [][][][]  []
[]          [][][][][]      []  [][]    []  [][][][][][]
[]          [][][][][][]  [][][][][]t1      []      []
[]      [][]  []  []        [][][]        [][]      []
[][][][][][][][][][][][][][][][][][][]      [][][][][]
[][]          [][][]      [][]  [][][]          []
[][][][]  [][][][][][][]  [][][][]  []      [][][]
[]    []  [][]  el  [][]  []  []    [][][]  [][][]
[][]  l4  [][]      [][]            []sr[][][]  [][]
[][][][]  [][][][][][][]            [][][]        []
[][]      []    []    []      [][]                [][][]
[]    [][][][][][][][][][][][][][][]              []  [][]
[]        [][]      [][][]        []              []  [][]
[][][][][][][][]    []        []  []              [][][][]
[]      [][][][]  [][][][][]E][][][]                  []
[][][]    [][]      []        []  []                  [][][]
[][][]    [][][][]      []    [][][][][][]              [][]
[][][]    [][]  []      [][][][]  []  [][]                []
      [][]  []  S]      [][]    [][][]  [][]              []
[][][][][][][][][][]    [][][]  []  []                    []
  []  []  []    [][]    []  []  [][][]                [][][]
  []  []              [][]  []
[][]  [][][][][][]      []  [][][][]
[]  []        [][]    [][]      []
    [][][][][][]        [][][][][]

Level 5 Key:

S - Start                           t1 - Goes to lvl. 4
E - End                             t2 - Goes to lvl. 8
l4 - Ladder to Level 4
t# - Teleport
el - Exilir of Life (300 gold value)
sr - Sweet Rose (ally)

This level is extremely easy if you can defeat the enemies easily.
You aren't required to find any items in this level, so if you
chose, you could simply run through this level using this map until
you reach the end. I wouldn't recommend that though, because this
level does have some things you might like to have. The ladder to
lvl. 4 will take you to a secret area where you will find several
different scrolls. There is a Dwarf Camp in this level, where you
can buy items, sell items, recruit Sweet Rose on your team, etc...
Take special note of teleport 2 in this level. You will use it
later in the game and it will be important.

The enemies in this level aren't that difficult. Skeletons and
zombies return, and the goblins are phased out. The blue spiders
that cast the annoying Spider Web are also here, along with new
black spiders that can't use Spider Web but can do some damage.
There is no "boss" in this level.

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Level 6:
-------

[][][][][]      [][][][][][][][][]            [][]S]  [][][]
[][]    []      []      []      []            []    [][][][]
7T    [][][]    [][]          [][]            [][][][]
    [][]BB[][]  []                                [][][][][]
    [][][][][]  []                                []    [][]
        ==      []                        [][][]  []
        --      [][][][][]    [][][][][][][][][][][][][][][]
    [][][][][]      []  [][][][]  [][]    [][][]    []  [][]
[][][]  []  [][][]  []      []    []                []
[][]  [][][]  [][]  []  [][][][]  [][]            CJ[][][]
[][]  []BB[]  [][]  []      [][]    []            [][]  []
[]s-  [][][]  s=[]  []              []                [][][]
        []          []  [][][]  [][][]                [][][]
        [][]  [][][][][][]  [][][][][]                [][][]
  [][]    [][][]        []      [][]                    []
  [][][][][]  []        []                              []
      [][]    []        ck                [][]      [][][]
            [][]J]                    [][]  []      []
            [][]J]                      [][][]      []
            [][]J]                    [][][][]  []  [][][]
            [][]J]                          [][][][]  [][]
            [][]J]          [S[][][][]        []    [][]
            []  J]            []    [][][][]  [][]  []
          [][]                []      [][]  []  [][][][]  []
          []                  []    []  []  [][][]    [][][]
      [][][]                  []    [][][][][]    []  [][]
      []  []                  []    [][]    [][][][]    []
      [][][]                          [][]    [][]

Level 6 Key:

[] - Normal Space             ck - Chest w/ Crimson Red Key
S - Start Space               s-/s= - Switch that opens matching
J - Place to put junk pieces          door
BB - Boss
L - Ladder
7T - Teleport to Lvl. 7
CJ - Chest of junk

In this level you have to take the junk you find in the chest of
junk and place it into the sockets later in the level. If you open
all the chests and hit all the switches along the way to the end,
you'll be okay. Grab the Junk, Crimson Red Key, and you will be
fine. I'd recommend exploring the level as much as you can though,
for the experience and items.

Note: If you ever see a marking on the wall that says, "This is
the dwarven rune for safe passage," then you are near a false wall.
The false wall is on the same wall as the rune.

The enemies in this level include skeletons, zombies, and frogmen.
Some frogmen can cast spells, but in general they are weak.  The
bosses in this level can be tricky. The first boss can't be hurt
by magic spells, so concentrate on killing his helpers. Using Turn
Undead repeatedly could eliminate many of the enemies you'll face.
The second boss can be hit by magic and has less helpers, so he
can actually be easier.

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Level 7:
-------

  }][][][][][][][][][][]    [][][]  [][][]
    []  []  []  []    [][][][][][][][][][][]
[][][][][][][][][]    []  []        [][][]
                      [][][]
        [][][][]  [][][]  [][][][][]    [][][][][]
      [][]        []  [][][]      [][][][]  [][][]
      []        [][]  []  []        [][]            l2
    [][][]      []    [][][]      [][][][]          []
  [][]BB[][]    []        []  [][][][][][]  [][][]  []
    [][][]      [][][]    [][][]  []    [][][][][][][]
      []      [][]  [][][][][][]            [][][]
    [][][]      [][][]        []
    [][][]      []        [][][]
      []        []
    [][][]    [][]
    [][][]    [][]        -------------------------
      []      [][]        Sub Map 1:       | Sub Map 2:
    [][][]    []            [][]           |  [][][]  []
    [][][]    []  [][]      [][][][][]     |  [][][][][]
      ==      [][][][][]      []    [S     |      [][][][][]l1
      [][][][][]    [][]    [][][]         |  [][][][][]
      []      []            [][][]         |  [][][]  []
  []  []  rk  [][]        [][]  []    []   |
  [][][][][]  [][]          [][][][]  []L3 |
      []                    []  [][][][]   |
[]dk  []  dk[]              L1    L2       |
[][][][][][][]            -------------------------
      []                  Sub Map 3
[][][][][][][]                  [][]
[]dk      dk[]              [][][][]
                            []  []
                            l3[][]

Level 7 Key:

S - Start                    L1-3 - Ladder
E - End                      l1-3 - Ladder destination
dk - Drow Key                BB - Boss
rk - Red Glass Key
= - Open Door w/ Drow Key
} - Insert Red Glass Key

This level is fairly straightfoward (seems to be a theme in this
game!) as are the others. There are plenty of chests in this level,
so open them as youu find/see them. To beat this level, all you
really need to do is to retrieve the 4 drow keys, and then, using
them, unlock the door leading to the end of the level.

The enemies in this level include Hellhounds now. Hellhounds aren't
very difficult to defeat, but they do have quite a bit of health
and have some ranged attack spells (though those are very weak).
The boss in this level doesn't say anything to you, but you can
tell that it's a boss because of the difference of it from other
groups of enemies. The boss is easy to defeat and should be no
problem for a party that has made it this far.

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Level 8:
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               [][][]k1        [][]
               [][]        [][][][]
                 [][][][][][]  [][]
           S][][][][][][]  []
                 []        []  [][]
           l1[][][][]k2    [][][][]
                 []
             k3[][][][]l2
 [][][]          []
 [][][][][][][][][]
 [][][]  [][][][][]


-------------------------------------------
Sub Map 1:                       Sub Map 2:
            [][]
            [][]                 [][]
          l2[]                   [][]t1
            [][][][][][]         []
[][]          []  [][][]         []l1
[][][][][]  [][]  [][][]         []
[][]  [][][][][]      []         [][]
          ==          []  [][]
    [][][][]    k4[][][][][][]
    k9[]  E]    [][]  []  [][]
    [][][]t2          l3

--------------------------------------
Sub Map 3:

  []  []  []
  []  []  []
  d1  d2  d3
  [][][][][]d4[][]
t1[]  [][][]
  [][][][][]d5[][]
  d8  d7  d6
  []  []  []
  SS  k8  []        [][][][][][]
                    k7[]  [][][]        l3
  [][][]  [][]            [][][]  [][]  []  [][]
  [][][][][][]      [][]  [][][]  [][][][][][][]
    []              [][]    []    [][]  []  [][]
    [][][][][][]      [][][][][]k6      []
              [][][][][]  [][]          []
              [][][]      [][][][]      []  []k5
              [][][]      [][][][][][][][][][][]

Level 8 Key:

S - Start                   l1-3: Ladders.
E - End                     t1-2: Teleports. (t2 -> lvl. 5)
SS - Prince S. Stoneshield  d#: Door #...
== - Crystal Key Door

Keys: (Each key opens a corresponding door (d1-8)
k1 - Orange Cell Key
k2 - Blue Cell Key
k3 - Grey Cell Key
k4 - Pink Cell Key
k5 - Green Cell Key
k6 - Brown Cell Key
k7 - Black Cell Key
k8 - White Cell Key
k9 - Crystal Key

This level is pretty complicated, but here is some instructions:
Collect all the cell keys in this level. Cells 1-6 only have
enemies, but I would recommend fighiting them for the experience,
which is useful. Some of the cell keys are hidden behind false
walls, but using the above map should allow you to find them. Open
all the cells in order, and in the 7th you will find the key for
the eighth cell. There you will find Prince Storn Stoneshield,
very grateful to you for saving him. Now you need to return to
level five, just trust me, you'll get a special gift from the
dwarves. Fortunately, you don't have to walk all the way there.
Go back to the start of this level, return to level 7, and the
nearest teleporter will warp you to level 5. In level 5, go to the
Dwarf camp, talk to everyone, sell items, etc... and then return
to level 8 with that teleport I told you to remember about. You
will be teleported near the exit of the level and near the crystal
key. You don't even need it to exit the level after all! Pick it
still, and then leave the level.

The enemies in this game are finally showing some variation! This
level has several Drows, Hellbeasts, Rust Monsters, and Displacer
Beasts. Rust Monsters are of specific concern, because their magic
spell will destroy metal armor (I learned this the hard way, losing
a full plate +2). The enemies in general should be easy for your
party, which should be around level 6, if not at level 7. If they
aren't this high, you should still be okay.

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Level 9:
-------

                      []      []      []      []    h3
                  []  []  []  []  []  []  []  []  [][]h2
              l1||[][][][][][][][][][][][][][][][][]
                  []  []  []  []  []  []  []  []  [][]h1
                      []      []      []      []    h4
                            [][][]
                            []tc[]
    []s1[]                  [][][]
    [][][]
      []      []              []            []l2
[][][][]  [][][]              [][][]  [][][][]
[][]  [][][]  []              []  [][][]  [][]
[][][][]  [][][]              [][][]  [][][][]
      []      []    [][][]    []            []
    [][][]          []  []                  [][][][]
    []s2[]        [][]  [][]            []      [][]
                  [][]  [][]          [][][]
                    s1  s2

-----------------------------------------------------
Sub Map 1:        | Sub Map 2: | Sub Map 4:
                  |   []       |               [][]
[][][]    []E]    | [][][]     |               [][]
[][][][][][]      | sstp[]     |     []    [][][][]
[][][]    []      |------------|   [][][]  [][]  h3
  []    [][]l1    | Sub Map 3: |   []  []    []
[][][]  [][]      |     ss[]   | [][][][][][][][][]
[][][]            |       []   |   []  []    []
[][][]            | l2[][][]   |   [][][]  [][]  h4
                  |       []   |     []    [][][][]
                  |     ss[][] |               [][]
                                               [][]
-----------------------------------------------------
Sub Map 5:
                        [][]
                        [][]
      [][]    [][]      []
      [][][][][][]  [][][]
[]      []      [][][]  []h2
ss[][][][]
[]      []      [][][]  []h3
      [][][][][][]  [][][]
      [][]    [][]      []
                        [][]
                        [][]

Level 9 Key:

S - Start                 l1 - Ladder
E - End                   h1-4 - Holes
|| - Walls disapear w/    ss/s# - Switch
     switch               tt/t# - Teleport
tc - Treasure Chest
     (Battle Axe +3!)

This level is fairly straightfoward, but can be tricky if you
aren't particularly good at puzzles. Remember this though, hit
the switch(es) in the order that produces a teleport or changes
something. You start in a room with a switch and a teleporter.
Hit the switch and enter the teleport. Go to ladder l2 and hit
the two switches in the next area. Go back to where you teleported
teleport (if you can't, hit the switches in the other order),
and teleport to the next room. Hit the two switches (2,1). Enter
the teleporter. Hit the two switches in this area (1,2). Teleport.

You are now in a long corridor. Look at the map, and go to the
chest so you can get the Battleaxe +3 and Longsword +3. Continue
on. Ignore holes 3 and 4, and climb down hold 1 or 2. After
climbing down, hit the switch in the area and climb back up the
holes. Go back to the beginning of this corrider and a ladder
will have appeared. That ladder leads to a room with a ladder
that takes you to level 10!

The enemies in this level are relatively easy. Only Ghaunadan
inhabit this level, and they shouldn't pose any risk to a skilled
party. There is no boss in this level.

--------
Level 10:
--------

        SS[][]  []    [][][][][][][][][][][][][][]  [][][]
  [][]    [][][][][][][][][][]      []      [][][]  [][]s2
  [][][][][]    []    [][][][]      []      [][][]!![][][]
    [][]      [][][]        []      Va
  [][]    [][][][][]  [][][][]          [][]
  [][]    []  [][][]  bk[][][]          [][]  [][][]  [][]
  []      []    []                s3[]    [][][]  [][][][][]
[][]            [][][][][][][]    [][][][][]  [][][]    [][]
[]                          []            []            []
[]      [][][]  [][]        []        []  []  []s4    [][][]
[][][][][]  [][][][][][][]  []        [][][][][][]    [][][]
[]      [][][]  [][]        []        []  []  [][][]    []
[]                          []        []  []
[]  [][]  []s1[]            []  [][]  []  []  [][]
[][][][]  [][][]            [][][]t2  []  [][][]t2
    [][]  [][][]                [][]  [][]    [][]
                                        []
                                    [][][]
                                    [][][]
-------------------------------------------------------------
Sub Map 1:     | Sub Map 2:
      []       |                   []
    []BB[]     |   l2            [][][]
    [][][]     | [][][]          [][][]
      []       | [][][]h2    h2    []
    [][][]     | [][][]      [][][][]
      ==       |             h1    []
    [][][]     |   l1              []
[][][][][][][] | [][][]          [][][]
[][]  []  [][] | [][][]h1        [][][]
  l1  s5  l2   | [][][]

Level 10 Key:
------------
S - Start                   Va - Venna
BB - Boss (Last one)        == - Use Xanathar Key
h1-2 - Holes                !! - Use Bone Key
l1-2 - Ladders
s1-5 - Switches

The last level of this great game. I hope you've had fun. I'm going
to sparsely talk about this level because I don't want to spoil the
end for those who are looking ahead or those who haven't beaten the
game (which should be everyone reading this...).

To beat this level, you'll need to hit the switches in the correct
order. Use teleports as they appear. The switches all activate
different telports. The teleports aren't listed because they would
confuse more than help (most only appear if the correct switches
are hit). You may notice that the Xanathar key isn't on this level,
and it isn't. To beat this level, you have to actually go back to
level 5 again (Hint: A teleport is activated by the last switch that
creates a teleport that will take you there). The Xanathar key is
in a "Secret Area," an area you reach by entering... guess what? A
teleport.

The enemies in this level should be no problem to your characters.
The boss at the end of this game is supposed to be very tough. (If
you can't guess what it's going to be, look at the title of this
game) A skilled party should be able to beat it handily. You can
use a variety of strategies, charge at it with warriors and back
them up with your ranged characters, or fireball (insert favorite
spell first) them first. Have fun beating the game! I hope the 
Walkthrough helped.


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