Temple Rewards FAQ by invertmylateralus

Version: 1.1 | Updated: 09/29/04 | Printable Version

Fable Temple Rewards/Demon Doors/Hero Glitch FAQ
Author: Invertmylateralus
E-mail: santiagom018@hawaii.rr.com
Started: 9/28/04
Latest Version: 1.00 (9/28/04)

Table of Contents

Section I: Introduction / Legal Stuff
            IA: Contributing to the FAQ

Section II: Version History

Section III: Temple of Avo

Section IV: Chapel of Skorm

Section V: Weird Randomness / The Odds and Ends of Diety worship.

Section VI: Demon Doors

Section VII: Hero save uses.

Section WTF: Crazy theories.

Section VIII: Thanks

Section IX: Contributions

Section X: Closing

	Section I: Introduction / Legal Crap

This FAQ is intended to guide you through the various tasks needed to attain
the rewards from the Good and Evil Temples of Fable. It also will cove demon
doors and there rewards and the Usefull....uses....of the Hero Save Glitch. It's
kind of short because there isn't much to say but I hope it helps. It may have
some spoilers.

	Also some of the Temple "Odds and Ends" info may be a little
convoluted, but I am currently working on simplifying them as much as possible.

This FAQ can be found on the following


If it is found on another site, please let me know (contact information at
the bottom of the FAQ) so I can take the appropriate measures
to get rid of it.  You may use this FAQ for your own personal business.  You
may not use this FAQ for any other purpose without my permission.  If you
ask me, I'm sure I can help you with whatever request you may have of my

  IA: Contributing to the FAQ

Send me an e-mail (listed at the top and bottom of the FAQ) with your own
temple reward information, and I will do my best to include them in the
FAQ.  Please keep them comprehendible. Vampiro

  Section II: Version Information
Version 1.1: 9/29/04
	Modified it to the Fable Temple Rewards/Demon Doors/Hero Glitch FAQ per

Version 1.0: 9/28/04
	The FAQ is Born.

Section III: The Temple of Avo.

	In my six Evil test runs (all on different files), I have found this
procedure works every time when you are fully evil and have not previously
donated before.

Step-1) Have at least 45,002 Gold.

Step-2) Donate 45,000 Gold to the temple. You will receive the sentius. If you
do not receive the sentius, it is because you are not fully evil!. Remember the
modifiers clothing give you do not affect the outcome, so you must be fully
evil w/o clothing modifiers.

Step-3) Donate 1 gold. You will receive the Gift of life (4-10yrs off your
current age).

Step 4) Donate 1 gold. You will Receive the Title "Paladin"

Special) Get life reduction easily. (Pure evil char.)
	Simply donate 1000 gold 3 times in a row.

Notes: You do not have to be fully evil to receive the sentius, however the
starting donation (of 45,000 gold) will have to be increased greatly the less
evil you are. The reason for this is you need to donate a certain amount and
have accumulated 1000 "good" points from the temple to receive the sentius. If
your pure evil you are presented 1000 good points for your starting donation,
but significantly less if you are not pure evil.

Section IV: The Chapel of Skorm.

	In my Seven Evil test runs (all on different files), I have found this
procedure works every time when you are fully Good and have not previously
Sacrificed before.

Step-1) Walk to the CoS.

Step-2) Teleport to Oakvale and hire the Mercenary there.

Step-3) Recall to the CoS.

Step-4) Teleport to Twinblades camp or Bowerstone and hire the merc there.

Step-5) Recall to the CoS.

Step-6) Wait until 11:00pm ( a little before the day/night divider is
horizontal with the night on top and the day on the bottom.) and as soon as a
merc takes his pay, Sacrifice him. (make sure to skip all the talking and

Step-7) As soon as the second merc takes his Midnight pay, Sacrifice him too.
(again skipping all the talking) You will recieve Skorms bow.

Step-8) Sacrifice any other person. You will recieve 4-10 yrs off your age.

Step-9) Sacrifice any other person. You will receive the "Necromancer" Title.

Special) Easy Sacrificial Villagers. (Must have Quests left to take.)
	To obtain unadulterated sacrifices for skorm without running the risk
of permanently killing off someone you may want later on, simply take any quest
that allows a boast and Recall the villagers outside the Boasting area to the

Notes: As with the Sentius you do not have to be fully aligned to light for the
Bow. The point is to gain 1000 Evil points with your Midnight sacrifice.

	Also some people prefer to use 6:00am (a when the day/night divider is
Vertical with the night on the left and the day on the right.)  instead of
midnight. While that works just as well, I chose Midnight because you only have
to wait 5 Minutes instead of 10 minutes when you load a game saved at the CoS.

Section V: Weird Randomness.

	While adding this may very well Kick the rest of my hard earned
reaserch in the balls, 6 times in out of my 13 runs, I received the Bow from
the ToS on my First donation, with a normal villager, with a neutral aligned
character. I Don't know the Reason for this, but I do have a theory. I believe
it has to do with the amount of days passed in game. When I checked that stat
later in those games it was always a day or two after a day that ends with "6".
So I think that Sacrificing on the "66th" In game day may greatly increase your
chances for the reward. I am currently testing that hypothesis.

The Odds and Ends of Diety worship.

	This will explain the fundamentals of the Temple Rewards for those who
are not fully aligned to one side.

	Fact 1) There are a total of 5 responses you can receive from temple
avatars ranging from Worthless to Gift material. For Example a worthless
response from the chapel of skorm would be the "this pittance is of little
worth" or the Avo one would be "your rewards will be slight". The "Gift
Material" one at CoS would be something along the lines of "Your Sacrifice is
Accepted. Your reward is evil in its purest form". That phrase will change once
the requirements for it are made and you have received 1000 evil points from
the CoS. He will instead say "Your desire for my evil taint is most gratifying.
You will go far" and you will receive the bow. Secondary gifts (Age
reduction/Alignment Titles) Have no Response Requirement. Once you have
Achieved their required point amount (usually 500 alignment points received), a
donation/sacrifice of any caliber will net you your reward.

	CoS Responses: Determined by a mix of The Time of Day and your
alignment bar. Donations made at or near (within 10 seconds) Midnight or Dawn
will net you the highest Response, while lesser responses will be give as you
stray further from those times. Also donations made on the hour will net you
more points/better responses than donations made between the hour. Once a "Gift
Material" donation is made after receveing 1000 Evil points, or when that gift
breaks the 1000 point mark you will receive your gift, skorm's bow.

	ToA Responses: Directly linked to the amount you contribute. This
amount increases significantly the more you are aligned toward Good. For
instance a full evil Character may need a 45,000 to receive the "Gift material"
response while a nutral Character may need 150,000 gold and a pure Good
Character may need to donate excess of 250,000 gold. Therefore the easiest way
to reap rewards from this temple is to be as evil as you can get first. The
time it takes to get evil is far quicker than the time it would take to
legitimately amass that kind on cash (If you are cheating however that is a
different story).

	Fact 2)

Section VI: Demon Doors

	Demon Door #1-Heroes' Guild.
		To Open: Speak to it while you have your LAMP item turned on.
You receive the lamp as a reward for completing your Apprentice Traning.
		Rewards: Elixer of life, a tattoo, and a book.

Demon Door #2-Greatwood Gorge.
		To Open: Earn 50 evil points in its presence or be Completely
Evil and speak to it. Eating 10 crunchy chicks will also do the trick. (1CC=5
evil points. 50/5=10)
		Rewards: Legendary Weapon-Wellow's Pickhammer.

Demon Door #3-Rose Cottage.
		To Open: Give it Chocolate as a Gift.
		Rewards: Clothing Set-Will Users Bright outfit.

Demon Door #4-Greatwood Caves.
		To Open: Have an active combat multiplier of at least 14.
Becomes easier to achieve the higher your characters damage gets.
		Rewards: Legendary Weapon-Cutlass Blutane

Demon Door #5-Darkwood Marshes.
		To Open: Complete Combat Challenge issued by the door.
		Rewards: Clothing Set-Dark Will Users Suit

Demon Door #6-Barrow Fields.
		To Open: Your Personality Screen must say you are "Obese".
Simply eat health replenishing food at full health to gain weight.
		Rewards: Will Masters Potion, a protruding gut.......

Demon Door #7-Grey House.
		To Open: Must be Married to Lady Grey.
		Rewards: Legendary Weapon-Ronok the Axe.

Demon Door #8-Abandoned Road.
		To Open: Speak the the DD wearing the Entire Bright Plate Armor
set, then the Dark Will Users Suit set, then the Bandits Gear set. The Bright
Plate armor can be bought in its entirety at the Arena, and can be bought
cheaper in pieces from Knothole Glade and Wandering Traders in Darkwood. The
Dark Will Users Robe is in the Darkwood Marshes Demon Door. The Bandits Gear is
obtained on the Abandoned path in multiple chests.
		Rewards: Legendary Weapon-Dollmasters Mace

Demon Door #9-Witchwood Stones.
		To Open: Whack the stones on the north end of the map so they
spell "HITS". Then talk to the DD.
		Rewards: Health Augmentation, Chainmail Leggings, Ressurection
phial, Howl Tattoo, Various books, a sapphire, and a Ruby.

Demon Door #10-Knothole Glade.
		To Open: Shoot it hard enough with a ranged Weapon.
		Rewards: Health Augmentation, Chainmail Leggings, Ressurection
phial, Howl Tattoo, Various books, a sapphire, and a Ruby.

Section VII: Hero Save uses.

	Use 1) Multiples of Item "X"
		To gain multiples of any item obtainable during a quest simply
play until you receive the item, Hero Save, then load the hero save. You will
be at the beginning of the Quest, and you will be able to obtain the received
item again.

	So you can do this for:
	1)Health Elixers-During the "Orchard Farm" or " Hobbe Killing Contest"
quests, simply fish up the Health Elixer in the little pond at Orchard Farm,
Hero Save, then re-load your file.
	2)Silver Key, Fire Augmentation, 1500 gold, and Will Masters Potions in
the "Hobbe Caves" Quest. Just dig up the Key from the Old Womans Rose Garden,
Steal 500 gold from the chest behind her house, open the 5 key chest holding
the Will Masters Elixer in the 5 key chest of the "Cave Larder" area of Hobbe
cave, and finally open the two chests containing 1000 gold and a Flame
Augmentation. Once you've attained all of the items, Hero Save, Re-Load, and
Repeat till satisfied.
	3)Pretty much any Item obtainable during a quest.

	Use 2) Eternal Youth.
		To Gain Eternal youth you must visit the Temple of Avo during
the "Find the Archeologist" Quest, Donate till you receive the age decrease,
then Hero Save, Reload, and Repeat. Since this can only be done during this one
quest it would be wise to max out your stats before starting the Age Reversal
process. Also the amount of money you spend saves with your age decrease so
make sure you have a way to obtain the cash you need. (Rent, Trophy Glitch)

	Use 3) Easy Cash. {Waiting on Permission of person who first posted it}

	Use 4) Easy Exp, $$, Renown.
		Hero Save at any point in the arena to retain all items, exp,
renown gained up until that point. Then Re-load and you can get it all over

Section WTF: Crazy Theories.

	If you watch the intros for the Lionhead Studios Logos and the
Big Blue Box logos, you will see that they chronicled the rise and
predetermined fall of their game!

For instance, in the LionHead one, we see this powerful warrior
storming ahead, Raising his weapon, it what seems to be his attempt to
leave a mark in this plain world of bland white expanseness, only to
have it blow up in his face as soon as he strikes!

Translation: The Powerful Warrior is Peter M., His Weapon is Fable, and
the Blank white expanse is the sea of mediocre rpg's currently plaguing
the world, however when his "weapon" strikes the "expanse", It blows up
in his face because the project was too ambitious for its own good!

And then in the BBB one, we see a little box get eaten by a larger
orange box. That orange box is then consumed by a Big Blue Box, chewed
on, and then promptly spit back out.

Translation: The little box represents "all other rpg's", the Orange
box that consumes it is "Project Ego", the RPG to end all RPG's, The
Big Blue Box is obviously BBB studios. So what does this mean? It means
that BBB tried to consume (create) "Project Ego" but soon found that
they had bit off more than they could chew and instead released a
"Chewed Down" version of "Project Ego" Namely.......FABLE!

So What Does This MEAN!?!?!?!

It means that PM and BBB knew they were releasing a sub-par product,
and they added that knowledge right in the intro to Taunt uS!!!!!! I'm
surprised they didn't have ashton kutcher pop up after the credits and
he'd be all "You Got FABLE'D" and I'd be all "Oooh Man, j00 got me man,
j00 got me good, aw man......"

4 J00!!! I WILL EAT J00'R CHILDREN!!!!!!!

erm.........that was fun.

Section VIII: Thanks

- The Darkness for helping me out with my first FAQ.

-Vampiro for your encouraging AIM sessions.

- Whoever reads this FAQ and instead of posting another "how do I get Skormz
BOW!!11!1shift+1!!" topic.

- Big Blue Box, Lionhead Studios, and Microsoft Game Studios for making this

- CjayC, for making GameFAQs.

- Everyone who would like to contribute to my FAQ.

- That guy who said you had to Sacrifice your wives from every town to get the
bow......that B.S. really made me want to find out more about theses temples.

  Section IX: Contributions

The following people have contributed to this FAQ by e-mailing me information
on the Temple Rewards.

Um.... No one yet.....

 Section X: Closing

	Well that's it. All insightful comments/criticism is welcomed. However
I do ask that you keep such comments as "j00 R st00p1D TeH I3o\^/ 1s A ranD0m
f00L" to yourself. Chi, cera, cera.

If you want to contact me, with questions, concerns, criticism, or just to tell
me you like my FAQ, my e-mail address is:


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