Fable
By: Alex "Joker" Hall
Started on - 9/23/04
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Copyrighted to: Alex "Joker" Hall



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- Alright....I always start out my walkthroughs with my personal opinions
  about the game I'm writing about. I have to say that this game was
  overhyped some. I mean I was disappointed in the fact that it wasn't a
  vastly huge world to explore like originally said, and that the
  storyline for this game was pretty short and simple. But with all it's
  small faults I still love this game. You do get a great amount of
  freedom in this game to do what you want when you want. You can
  complete this game in like a day or two if you just follow the
  storyline, but if you don't, then you'll be in for a long haul of extra
  stuff to do. One main pet peeve of mine is this game is it's high
  glitchy level. It reminds me of a few Star Wars games that have come
  out. The glitches aren't anything that can't be dealt with since they
  mainly pertain to either the stage not loading all the way (Such as in
  Oakvale....sometimes you'll see nothing but a mixture of a green and
  brown 3D plane that you can walkthrough depending on where it occurs in
  the town) or when the game goes into freezy mode. Freezy mode happens
  when there's too many people and enemies around you that are all trying
  to do something at once. The game will move slowly or keep doing a
  small repeat motion til it works it's way out and you're able to go on
  with things. Dispite all this, I still love the game. It does have
  replay value which is always a plus, and if I ever feel like traveling
  around a medievel world without that whole point and click RPG element
  and where I can dictate myself to be good or evil, I'll be turning to
  this game. So lets move on to why you're looking at my guide.....all
  the things to do and how to beat the game.

- Remember people.....I made this guide on my own time and my own free
  will. That means I deserve the credit for doing so. So if you'd like to
  post this guide on your site, just be nice and send in an e-mail to me
  asking my permission. 10 out 10 times I'll say yes to you if you send
  an e-mail to me, so lets avoid headache and heartache with this ok.

- Also to everybody that reads this guide I write for GameFAQs and
  GameFAQs only. If there are any updates that are done to this guide,
  then they will be posted on GameFAQs. I've never heard of any other
  site watching GameFAQs for when I update it to update it on their sites
  and I won't go out of my way to find all the sites that put this on
  them to update it there as well. So if you want to find up-to-date info
  or see something that I left out the first time around, then head to
  GameFAQs already!


- Ye Olde Table of Contents -

1) The Basics
    *Controls*
    *Using The D-Pad*
    *Combat*
       (Melee Combat)
       (Ranged Combat)
       (Will Combat)
       (Combat Tips)
       (Getting a Decapitation)
       (Using the Combat Mulitplier)
    *Crimes*
       (Commiting Crimes)
       (Fine Prices)
       (Getting Away with Crime)
       (Stealth Tips)
    *Making and Saving Money*
       (Real Estate)
       (Gambling)
       (Selling High)
       (Buying Low)
       (Fist Fighting Gangs)
       (Quests Boasting)
    *Using the Menu*
       (Selecting Items)
       (Using Skills)
       (Bringing up the Map)
       (Watching over Quests)
       (Your Logbook)
       (Viewing your Stats)
    *Leveling Up*
       (Gaining Experience)
       (Leveling Up)
       (Strength Attributes and their EXP Costs)
       (Skill Attributes and their EXP Costs)
       (Will Attributes and their EXP Costs)
    *Miscellaneous Info*
       (Keeping Alive)
       (Cheating Death)
       (Renown Info and Boosting)
       (Walking the Path of Rightousness)
       (Journey into the Darkside)
       (Growing Old and Getting Young Again)
       (X-Box Live Aware)
2) Weaponary
3) Clothing
4) Magic
5) Tattoos
6) Haircuts
7) Items
8) Enemies
9) The Bosses
10) Getting Hitched
11) Silver Key Locations
12) The Demon Doors
13) The Silver Chests
14) The World of Albion
15) Optional Quests
16) Main Story Quests
17) Credits



1) The Basics

- Alright...it's Fable Boot Camp for you right now. This is where you can
  learn all that you'll need to know to start off with in Fable. When
  you're a boy in training at the Guild, you'll get the hands on training
  that's much more needed than reading this section for the most part,
  but this section will also go into detail about a few other areas that
  you learn on your own.....and I really mean that. The makers of the
  game figure you're smart enough to a figure out a few things by
  yourself! So lets just get right down to it.

- Controls -

- Default -

A Button - Action Button
B Button - Hold down to Run or when in Melee Combat, press when
           highlighted in fire with an X in it to use a Flourish Attack
X Button - Melee Attack
Y Button - Block
L Trigger - Lock-On Target
R Trigger - Open Up Magic Controls
White Button - Arm/Sheathe Melee Weapon
Black Button - Arm/Sheathe Ranged Weapon
Left Thumbstick - Movement
Click Left Thumbstick - Go into Zoom Mode when Ranged Weapon is equipped
D-Pad - Items & Expressions (Depends on the situation you're in what will
                             show up)
Right Thumbstick - Camera Controls
Back Button - Inventory Menu
Start Button - Pause Game

- Magic -

R Trigger - Hold for Magic
Y Button - Cycle Spells (When you've bought more than 3 spells to use)
X Button - Cast Spell
Y Button - Cast Spell
B Button - Cast Spell


- Using the D-Pad -

- Alright, if you're going to survive in this game, you have to know how
  to use your Quick Commands. This is done with the D-Pad. The D-Pad
  menu is in the left hand corner of your screen. It should look like
  this:

                                ( )
                             ( ) + ( )
                                ( )

  With what's available to you given in the four slots depending on the
  situation you're in. For example, when you're running around in
  Bowerstone South, you will run into people like crazy. When you get
  close to one, two expressions will show up on the left and right sides
  of the D-Pad Quick Commands. One being a bad expression and the other
  a good one (Depends on what expressions you've learned what will show
  up, and it is always random) I'll try to do my best here to get in
  every situation that you can use this in. For the most part, you will
  be using the left and right commands. They make your on the fly
  expressions appear whenever you get close enough to a person. Also they
  put up your Health replenishing items on the left and your Magic
  replenshing items on the right when you're getting low on them in your
  meters. The game also dictates what item is best for replenishing your
  health depending on how much is gone in the left side of the D-Pad
  Commands.

  Now the Down Command is one of two things at any time, either
  your Teleportation whenever you're just standing around, or you'll see
  a small hook or shovel head which means you can fish when you're close
  to water, or dig when you're over an area that's meant for digging.
  Usually when it comes to digging, watch the Down Command when you're
  standing in areas that require digging and you'll more than likely find
  an item there. This is great since you can practically dig everywhere
  and you want to know if an item is around or not. Well there you have
  it....watching the bottom Command for a shovel head to appear will tell
  you. Also if a person trusts you enough, the Follow command will appear
  here as well. If you don't see it when you're close to a person, no
  matter how many times you ask them to Follow you manually, they won't.
  Not even if they have fallen in love with you.

  The Up Command takes you to your Quick Menu. You can access Items and
  Expressions while still walking around the world by using this command.
  It is signaled by an Up Arrow in the Up D-Pad slot. This is the only
  command that never turns to anything else, no matter what the situation
  is.

  Holding down the R Trigger brings up the commands that you've 
  permanently assigned. To assign commands, go into your menu and then
  goto you Expressions menu. When you go to use a certain Expression, you
  will see four other options under the Use command. This is where you
  pick which direction you want that Expression to be at. When you've
  assigned an Expression, A small D-Pad marker will appear by it's name
  showing that it's assigned to that direction that you picked. This also
  works with your items, but I don't recomend that you put items in this
  since they come up for automatically in the normal slots when you need
  them. Plus you'll want certain Expressions wherever you go, and not
  worry about them being a random thing.



- Combat -

- Now that you know how to use the D-Pad correctly, it's time to get into
  combat. You fight and fight and fight, and then guess what? You fight
  even more in this game, so it's a good idea to have a few skills in
  hand for any given situation.

  *Melee Combat*

  Melee Combat is always open to you. Even though you can sell your
  swords, axes, maces, whatever you have on you, you can't sell a stick
  that you carry around. You can use the stick or your bare hands if you
  want to, but that just makes you look silly and you won't be able to
  kill off opponents really at all. You can do it, just saying that it'll
  take forever to do so. So once you get a real man's weapon, keep it til
  you get a real manlier man's weapon.

  Now fighting Melee style is a very effective means of fighting, but not
  the easiest. You're in close with your enemies and they tend to gang up
  on you, making things hard on you to keep your life and Combat
  Multiplier (read alittle ways down to learn about this) up. So you have
  to learn how to Block and Roll Dodge. To Block, simply hold the Y
  Button down. This will block against enemy melee attacks from the front
  side of you only. Your back is still vulnerable. If another enemy is
  trying to sneak up behind you, hold the Y Button and tap a direction
  and you'll roll away in that direction. Learning to Roll Dodge is a key
  element to staying alive in this game, so learn it well.

  In Melee Combat you are also given unblockable attacks. This is shown
  in the B Button side of the right icons part of the screen. When you've
  worked up an unblockable attack, it will appear as an X surrounded by
  fire in the B Button spot of the right icons. You can use this attack
  anywhere in your combo to get a different looking unblockable attack.
  Use these attacks as much as possible since they are extremely powerful
  and....well....unblockable.

  *Ranged Combat*

  Ranged Combat is a very effective means of killing off enemies, and the
  easiest way to get decapitations too. I find that with Range Combat,
  you can get your Combat Multiplier higher and higher in no time. The
  only thing is charging up shots to fire at enemies. If you just press
  the button to fire at an enemy, the arrow will just fall to ground with
  out going really anywhere, or it will fail to even scratch your enemy.
  So make sure that you hold down the X Button til you feel your
  controller vibrating strongly. If you have a strong enough Bow, you can
  take out opponents in one shot.

  You can zoom in with your Bow by clicking the Left Thumbstick. This
  is the way to decapitating your enemies (your human enemies mind you!
  Any other enemy won't be decapitated unless they're human) You can
  zoom in twice before it puts you back into normal mode. Use this to get
  the jump on your enemies and to get a cool decap while you're at it.

  If you want to do like I do with a Bow and use it for close quarters
  combat. Then you'll have to move around alot. You can't stay stationary
  when you're enemies are close to you. If you hold to the left or the
  right, you can do little hops and keep moving while you target your
  enemies. For the most part, your enemies will stay still and sorta wait
  for you to unsheathe your Melee Weapon, but they won't stay that way
  for long, so take out whoever's close to you quickly.

  *Will Combat*

  Will Combat is the final means of fighting in this game. Using magic
  spells that you learn through the level up at the guild will depend on
  whether you should or shouldn't try using Will for combat. You start
  out with Lightning which is an offensive spell. It is weak in the
  beginning, but so are most of your enemies. If you don't level this up
  though, or gain any other type of offensive spells, then using Will
  won't accomplish much of anything for you. If you are going to be a
  Magical Hero in this game though, then you will be able to go far with
  Will Combat. I'm not a magic user in games like these really, but I
  will say that I did max out the Fireball attack. Using this move
  against opponents is reliable and works much like Ranged Combat style.
  But like I said already, Will Combat just isn't for everyone, and it
  all depends on what spells you have that will determine if you should
  rely on Will to fight.

  *Miscellaneous*

  Getting a decaptitation is just for bragging rights, but it is pretty
  damn cool. You also get to see how many people you've decapitated in
  your game by checking out your Personality in the Main Menu. To
  decapitate in Melee, you must first get opponent dizzy, which isn't
  easy. When they are dizzy though, use a strong attack like a Flourish
  attack, to decapitate them. To decapitate in Ranged, go into your Zoom
  modes and aim for the head when you've held onto the X Button for full
  power. Your controller will shake violently letting you know it's at
  full power.

  Now here's where you get the experience in fighting, the Combat
  Multiplier. This is what gets your to higher levels very quickly. When
  you are fighting and you've landed a hit on your enemy, you will see
  a number appear under your life and mana bars. Keep getting more and
  more hits on your opponent to increase the number, there by multiplying
  your experience by the number shown. You have to be quick though,
  because if you notice there's a small timer around the number. If you
  don't act fast, the numbers will drop. Also if an enemy lands a hit on
  you, that's 5 numbers off of your multiplier, so Block and Dodge while
  you fight.



- Crimes -

- You didn't think that in this game you could get away with terrorizing
  the innocent did you? Sorry to say that in this game you will have to
  pay for your crimes should you commit any. If you're going down the
  path of evil for any reason (like me! A Professional Fable Thief) then
  this will concern you. No one's perfect and you will be caught in the
  act eventually for something.

  Brandishing a Weapon: 40 Gold
  This is a simple enough crime that really isn't a crime. If a guard
  sees you with an unsheathed weapon in your hands, he will chase after
  you. Simple enough, if you are caught holding a weapon, just put it
  away. The guard will see that you want no trouble and that it was just
  a small misconception and he'll walk away without fining you money. But
  if you push it, he'll stop you and make you pay. So just play it cool
  and keep your weapon sheathed while in towns.

  Vandalism: 250 Gold
  Now here's where you need some stealth and luck to get away with crimes
  like this. Break objects in town will result in a vandalism fee, no
  matter what you break. Some objects like barrels and boxes, the
  townspeople won't care if you break them in front of their eyes (some
  do though just to be dirty little snitches and get you in trouble) so
  all you have to do mainly is watch for guards. You can find some useful
  items in barrels and boxes and it's worth it even if you are a good
  samaritan to break them and get freebie items. Now the people will
  start caring if you start breaking down their doors or smashing their
  windows. For the most part, breaking down a door is what will get you,
  but if someone in town was pissing you off, smashing their windows as
  revenge will also do the trick to getting you fined. The key to getting
  away with this is to smash down the door at night and then run away
  before anyone can peg you to the crime. Smashing windows is best done
  during the daytime when no one's home and no one's looking at you. You
  may cause the people that's having the property damage done to to not
  trust you much anymore by doing this. It'll just be temporary though.

  Assault: 500 Gold
  In the beginning of the game, you learn how to target non-hostile
  characters, in short....you learn how to beat the crap outta people.
  Now the thing is with Assault, you want to do this alot in the game. If
  you're already evil, then go nuts on the humble people of the towns. If
  you're trying to be a good little boy, then this is where you may crack
  and join the darkside. The reason I say this is because sometimes you
  meet the occasional asshole villager that just wants to tell you how
  pathetic you are. These villagers are ballsy because there are guards
  all around, and when you hit them, they can run to the guards and tell
  them what you did. There really aren't any ways of getting away with
  this, and the really the only reason to do this is to salvage your
  pride in the game. Beating up the innocent is a quick and sure fire way
  of getting the people of the town to not trust in you. Meaning if you
  need people to follow you somewhere, they'll give you the cold
  shoulder. So be very sparing in your Assaults on people. Sometimes the
  person you hit won't tell anybody and just stay afraid of you. You
  may be able to get away with it if you knock the person out with a
  Flourish attack and then hightail it out of town, but that's just a
  theory I have. I never tried it myself.

  Burglary: 750 Gold
  It's sort of confusing as to how this is different from Stealing at
  first, but that's why I'm here to explain things for you. When you
  burgal from someone, it's by going into their house (makes you wonder
  why they trust you in their home in the first place) and then going
  up to a highlighted item, such as a dresser or bookcase, and then
  pressing the Action Button. This is a great way of getting a ton of
  useful items for free, such as clothes, tattoo cards, and healing
  items. Not to mention that you can find free money as well. It will
  cost you some evil points to do this if you're going down the path of
  rightousness, but some items can only be obtained this way, not to
  mention making your game a whole lot easier. So no matter who you are,
  it'd pay to dabble in this area of expertise. This is an easy enough
  crime to get away with. Enter a person's house whenever you want to
  (best time is during the day) and then press the Action Button whenever
  you're facing an object that can be searched when no one is looking at
  you. You can tell if you're being watched by looking at the Awareness
  Eye at the top of the screen. No one will be the wiser when you snatch
  their belongings. One thing to watch out for is guards. Those noisy
  bastards like to walk in whenever you're in someone's house. If they
  see you in there and you're doing nothing wrong, then they'll leave.
  The trick is to steal some items, and then wait for the guard to enter.
  When he leaves, ransack whatever you haven't searched.

  Trespassing: 250
  This is a crime that normally goes unpunished in video games, and quite
  often in this game as well. Don't think it goes unpunished all the time
  though. For the most part, the only players that will see this crime
  called on them are the Evil Players. The reason I say this is because
  that when you steal at night, people will call you on trespassing
  charges. Well....you won't have to steal, what I mean is, when you go
  TO steal from people's houses at night they'll call that on you. You
  can get away with this if you have the Lock Picking skill. That way,
  you enter the house quietly. But once again you are faced with this
  problem if you are too evil. People judge you on your alignment you
  know....well....your wife looks the other way. In any case, if you're
  evil to a point, people will tell you to get out of their shops or
  homes, before they call guards on you for trespassing. Sucks how they
  can do that huh?

  Stealing: 750 Gold
  Now here's a more obvious and harder crime to pull. First off to Steal,
  you must earn the ability to Steal by leveling up your Guile stat. When
  you enter into shops, you notice all those nice items laying around for
  show in them right? Trying to make you buy their stuff by having
  displays. Well now's your chance to loot those displays. With this
  crime, there's no in between's with it. You either succeed or fail in
  doing it. Failure means a fine and distrust of the person you're trying
  to rip off. Succeed and you get a free item and you get away with it.
  So the best time to loot is at night of course. No one's around and if
  you time things right, the guards won't come around til you've lifted
  a few items.

  Lock Picking: 200 Gold
  Same as Stealing, but with a much smaller fine. You have to work your
  Guile stat up to gain the ability to Lock Pick. Make sure no one's
  watching you when you lock pick, and you'll get away with it. This is
  a much simplier method of getting into places in order to commit more
  serious crimes.

  Murder: 2000 Gold
  The ultimate crime to commit in this game that unlike in Half Life
  where you can kill off your AI friends and no one cares, things are
  much much different here. You will not only pay for your crimes, but
  you will be booted out of the town for it too. Ultimately there is no
  way to get away with murder. I mean yeah you can do it when no one is
  looking and get away with not being fined for it, but somehow the ghost
  of that person tells everyone in town what you did, causing everyone
  not to trust you at all. In fact, you put the fear of god in all people
  by committing murder. At least with the other crimes you commit, the
  people believe in forgive and forget over time, but murder....they
  won't forget it.

- Now that you know the crimes and their fines that can be committed in
  the world of Fable, here's a few tips to staying out of reach from the
  long arm of the law.

  The best tip by far is to not commit the crimes at all! Staying a
  goodie goodie in the game will keep your wallet full and your ass out
  of prison....if they had a place to throw you in that is.

  The best time to commit most crimes is at night. People are either in
  the Pub getting drunk, or at home with the little ones sleeping. Either
  way, the only people walking around at night should be guards and your
  wife should you have one. Keeping an eye out for the guards will keep
  you safe from forking over any cash while committing crimes.

  You can buy out the guards if you want to play things safe, but they
  don't come cheap you know. You have to pay each guard that you see
  1,000 Gold in order to look the other way to your little crime spree.
  They will stand in the place you pay them and start whistling a happy
  tune. If they don't see it they don't write it up. Of course they don't
  stay this way forever, so get what you want done and do it quickly.
  Also, you don't buy out all guards in the town for 1,000 Gold, just the
  one you talked to. You still have to keep an eye out for any other
  guard that may stray away from his posted area.

  Believe it or not, wearing certain clothes will also help to conceal
  you while you commit your crimes. The best to wear is the Assassin Suit
  since it is dark and made for stealth. The guards will take a little
  longer to bust your ass while you wear these clothes, or you can
  breathe easier while sneaking around in people's homes to commit a few
  murders or burglaries.

  Holding down the Left Thumbstick will send yourself into a quiet tip
  toe walk. Use this whenever you Lock Pick into a house at night, so
  that you are polite enough to not wake your victims while you loot all
  their belongings....or getting your sword ready to slice and dice them
  in their own bed.

  If you're gonna commit crimes, do it with no one looking! No one likes
  a snitch, and everyone in this game is a snitch when it comes to crime.

  If you are seen by someone and they tell the guards, always keep a
  good amount of money to pay off the misdeed. You really don't want to
  fight the guards in a town. They can be killed off yeah, but there's
  an infinite amount of them that come after you. If you're trying to be
  a good guy that just strayed off the path of rightousness for a moment,
  you will gain tremendous evil points for murdering guards, not to
  mention increasing your fine!

  If you are seen by someone, you do have one option to keep them quiet.
  Kill the bastard! They can't report anything if they're dead. This in
  itself is very evil to do, and if you do it in front of more witnesses,
  you're gonna have one hell of a time trying to keep things underwrap.
  But always remember that this is an option that is open to you,
  especially all you evil people out there.

  Another tip for getting a free ride off your crime if it is reported,
  is to run away. If you can make it to the exit of the town, or just be
  lazy and use your teleportation to get away. Either way, as long as
  you're not in the town you will be fine. Whenever you goto the Menu
  to choose where you want to teleport to, you will see a thing in the
  stats part of the town where you commited your crime spree that says,
  Time Until Fines are Forgiven. Whatever time is left in that is
  how long you have to wait til you can roam the streets of the that town
  again freely.



- Making and Saving Money -

- Lets face it, money always makes the world go round in both real life
  and in video game worlds, and the realm of Fable is no exception. You
  need money for weapons, clothes, items, fines, gambling, lots of stuff
  in this game. So here's a section I just thought of and knew all of you
  would need it. I mean I've come with plenty of times that I needed
  that right amount of money to get that one item, so here's where you
  can learn to save money where needed and to make money as well in a few
  easy to learn tips.


  The first tip is to wait before you actually consider buying that
  weapon or clothing that you think you need. Why I say this is because
  during your quest, you can more than likely find what you wanted to buy
  for free in treasure chests or by stealing. Granted you won't find
  everything that you want immedeately, but you will find it. This is a
  matter of if you want to pay for what you want now or if you're able to
  wait for later.

  If you're going down the path of evil, then stealing is by far the only
  way to go in this game. Trust me, I already played and beat the game
  and I went down the path of the darkside because I knew I wanted to be
  thief over everything else. By stealing from shops and homes I found
  plenty of free clothes and items that I know the original owners won't
  need anytime soon. I ended up saving tons of money by doing this.

  Even though it's a naughty thing to do, who cares! Smash open all
  barrels and boxes and anything else that looks breakable that may hold
  an item. You can find many many many items and sometimes free cash by
  breaking things open. Do this no matter what path you're going down,
  good or evil. You want free items that can save you in the pinch of
  battle. You'll mainly find healing or mana replenishing items for the
  most part, but you will come across gifts to give people, tattoo and
  hairstyle cards, and even some money to put in your pocket. So let your
  violent side show by breaking a few barrels....just think of taking
  your revenge on Donkey Kong from the old days.

  As stated above, you will find alot of items by stealing and breaking
  things, but there is also one other way of doing so. That is by
  fighting and defeating enemies or murdering the occasional innocent
  bystander. This is one RPG game that you won't get extra rewards from
  killing everything that moves alongside your experience. But you do
  get the extra perks of a kill every now and then, so if you want to
  spend some time gathering exp. for yourself, then this is a viable way
  to gathering money and items.

  One great way of getting money in any kind of RPG game, is selling
  stuff, especially the free stuff you pick up and don't need. During
  this game, you will find stronger weapons and better clothes to use
  as you progress through the game. So why hang on to what you don't need
  huh? Sell what you don't need or want to help raise your fianances.

  Now there is a way of selling to vendors and making a small profit.
  When you're talking with someone that sells items, weapons, anything
  really, you can choose to sell items you currently own. When the Sell
  Menu comes up you can see an option called Wanted. This is what that
  particular vendor wants to have at that moment in time. If you have
  the item or items that he wants and are willing to part with them, you
  can make a profit from it than you normally would selling those
  particular items to anyone else. I'm not a 100% sure on this or not,
  but also raising your Guile should help you to sell items even higher.

  Go out of your way to do side quests and figuring out where Silver Keys
  are to open the Silver Chests, and opening the Demon Doors. They all
  contain items that you can use and basically not worry about having to
  buy weapons or clothes. I mean, if you have Legendary Weapons or 
  Top Class Clothes, then why bother downgrading to mediocre weapons and
  clothes?

  Level up the Guile stat! Yes it basically is for people that want to
  go down the path of evil since it helps out stealth for stealing and
  gives you the abilities of Steal and Lock Pick, but it also helps you
  to be able to barter with merchants to get low prices on items. This
  also helps you to sell higher for what you would buy the item. So if
  you're selling freebie items for higher than you would buy them, it
  doesn't take much common sense to tell that you're a true businessman.
  Plus the fact that you get items for cheaper is of great importance as
  well.

  As you know, you can buy houses in towns in order to get a wife. But
  while you're single, you can rent out the house to invisible ghost
  people. Seriously though, this is a waste of time in my book, but it
  is a way to get in some chump change. Hey....3 gold in your pocket is
  better than none at all. You collect rent, after a full Fable day's
  period of time, by entering back into the town. It will automatically
  give you the rent from your home as you enter town.

  Now.....this option is open for those that are being evil. If you're
  playing a good guy for this game, then skip this tip as an option for
  you to use. This works like the tip above, except you can own an entire
  town. To do this, you have to kill the people that live in those homes.
  The best time to do this is to enter people's houses at night, while
  they're in bed. Break in and murder all the occupants of the home. Then
  a sign will show up outside of their home much like your original home.
  Buy the house and rent it out. Do this with every house in the town and
  now you've monopolized a section of Albion. You can also buy the Shops
  in town since you killed off the shopkeepers while you were at it.
  You get even bigger discounts if you own the shop from the shopkeeper.
  If you find that you don't like the amount of rent you're pulling in,
  you can sell off everything you own for the same amount that you bought
  it. That means that you never lose any money by dabbling in the real
  estate business.

  One of the more obvious ways to getting in huge chunks of money is by
  taking on a Quest. You'll get a nice amount of money for completing the
  basic quest, but you can get more money if you take on boasts. Boasting
  is a way to rake in the money off of your quests, and to get some heavy
  renown for pulling it off. To boast, when you're choosing your Quest,
  you have the option of taking the quest and boast. Choose this and
  you'll be teleported outside the Guild onto a platform surrounded by
  people that are cheering you on and waiting for your boast or boasts.
  You can take on more than one boast to pull in more money. Each Quest
  contains the same boasts that you can choose, such as No Protection.
  Sometimes Quests come with Good and Evil boasts. This can help you to
  boost your meter depending on which direction you're going, plus since
  these boasts don't appear very often, they usually have more money to
  be earned than the boasts that always appear, so if you have the
  confindence to pull these off, you can pull in some major money. The
  only other boasts that appear are the Quest specific boasts. That means
  that these boasts will only appear for that Quest only. Sometimes these
  boasts are the biggest money makers that you can find, but every now
  and then you'll find a good or evil boast to be more rewarding. Either
  way, taking on boasts will get you major cash in your pocket that you
  will need to get those all important weapons.......or....to keep the
  little woman at home happy.

  *Gambling*

  Gambling is apart of this world as well, and if you're good at the
  game you're playing, you can rake in the money. The easiest game in my
  opinion to play is the Memory Card Game located in Bowerstone South at
  the Pub. Here's the games you can find all over Albion and their
  descriptions:


  Bowerstone South Tavern - Memory Card Game

  The easiest game to play in my opinion since it doesn't require much
  skill at it. You have four rows of four cards in each, making 16 cards
  in total. You have to make 8 pairs in under the given time limit. This
  is easy if you do things right. First you must know that you don't
  match by suit, just by the number or royal character that's shown. For
  example if you find the King of Spades, and then come across the King
  of Hearts, then there's your match. They're both Kings. This works with
  all given numbers. I've never found two of the same kind, such as two
  Ace of Clubs in one round. If you wager the maximum amount in this game
  which is 1000 Gold, you can gather up a very impressive amount in no
  time once you get a groove going. The way to win at this game quickly
  is to do this:

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  Here are your cards all face down. When you start, the timer won't
  start on you until you flip over your first card. Get the cursor over
  a corner card and flip it. Then move to the card directly to the left
  or right, which ever corner you chose will dictate that, and flip it.
  More than likely you'll miss getting a pair and they'll flip over.

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  This shows an example of what to do to start with. If you get a pair by
  flipping these two or don't, just remember what you flipped here and
  then move on to the next two, still going horizontal.

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  Now the final card you flipped should of been in the corner, so just
  move downward and flip the next card, moving to the left or right
  again.

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  By doing this same motion of going left to right, then down and going
  horizontal in the next row, you'll sweep the cards and you should start
  seeing a pair or two by the first two rows. Uncover pairs when you find
  them and then resume where you left off, til you can just jump around
  uncovering remaining pairs. If you are quick at this, you can get this
  done in under 20 seconds and keep on pulling in money to use. Again, I
  got most of my money in the game by playing this game. Also since the
  Pubs are open 24/7 you can come here whenever you want to gain money.


  Oakvale Tavern - Coin Golf

  Alright, you have 13 strokes to use on 4 holes. This game is simple,
  but frustrating. You have to use the Left Thumbstick and the A Button.
  The A button is optional for use, but it makes things easier. You
  can't really make a true cash flow from this game. It's not that it's
  impossible to do, it's just that it's real easy to lose at this game.
  You can lose this game by taking one too many shots, or by hitting the
  coin too hard and knocking it off the table. The only reason you should
  play this game is for the Whisper Doll prize. This comes in handy for
  a quest later in the game. My recommendation is to just bet 1 Gold on
  every game you play at this. If you're actually good at this game, then
  by all means, don't let me stop you from betting 1,000 Gold.

  *Hole 1*
  The first shot you should make you should aim alittle to the left to
  see a wine glass. You need to bank the shot off the wine glass to go
  behind the pithcher (whatever it is) that's to the right of the wine
  glass. When you do this, you should see the circle that you have to get
  the coin in. If you set the power just right, you can get it in the
  circle and win this hole in just two shots.

  *Hole 2*
  Here's another hole you can get in just two shots. If you bank the shot
  off the mug to the right of the pitcher to bounce somewhat behind the
  pitcher, then you should have an opne shot to the circle. Just put the
  right amount of power needed behind the second shot and you should have
  it. Hey, even I can't tell you how much power to put behind the shots
  since it all depends on where it lands.

  *Hole 3*
  Ok....here's where things get just a tiny bit trickier....that is if
  you're not doing this without this guide! You should see a wine glass
  on the far leftside of the table. Aim at this first. You can bank it
  if you want or just get the coin to rest near the glass, but just get
  it to the glass. When you do, you should be able to get a view of the
  circle to get it in or close to it.

  *Hole 4*
  Alright, this hole I've only been able to do it in three shots minimum.
  The first shot is at the wine glass to the right of your start
  position. Then you should see an opening between a glass and a pitcher,
  getting close towards the end of the table. Don't bank this shot, just
  get it to rest against the glass. When you do, the circle will be in
  plain sight.


  Knothole Glade - Card Sorting Game

  Ok....here's a very annoying game that you can be good at, if you
  didn't slip up so damn much in it and make mistakes. The timer on this
  is also small for the type of game it is. You have to search out the
  lowest numbered card and then work your way up to the highest. Now in
  this game you think an Ace is the highest, but nope. It's the lowest
  card you can find. The scale basically goes like this from lowest to
  highest:

            A - 2 - 3 - 4 - 5 - 6 - 7 - 8 - 9 - 10 - J - Q - K

  Now you have seven rounds to go through, and you have to be very quick,
  because you're going to need all the time you can muster on the last
  two rounds. Using the Left Thumbstick is how you navigate the cursor
  around over the cards. If you let the Left Thumbstick go from the
  direction you're holding it to, the cursor will automatically snap back
  to the middle of the cards, so keep that in mind and watch when you
  press the A Button. It looks like this from round to round:

  *Round 1*

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  *Round 2*

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  *Round 3*

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  *Round 4*

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  *Round 5*

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  *Round 6*

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  *Round 7*

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  So you can see where your time is a factor while trying to go from the
  low card to the high card from round to round. Again, the only reason
  why you should play this game is for the bonus item you get for winning
  the first game, a Scarlet Robe Hero Doll. Just bet 1 Gold and win this
  for a special quest in the game. Now some people out there can get real
  good at this game, and if you're one of them then bet 1,000 Gold and
  build up your money empire with this game. All I can say is that this
  game was not for me.


  Twinblade's Camp - Spot the Addition

  Alright people, this is the first gambling game that I can't truely
  spell out to you how to beat it. It's a basic memory game with a timer
  that you have to watch out for. You will be given a few items per round
  that will then be covered up and shown again, except with a new item
  in the mix. Your job is to find the extra item added. As you progress
  through each round, more items are added that you'll have to remember
  and then hunt out the extra item added. This is one game that you're
  guaranteed to screw up on more than once before you actually get a win
  at it. So once again, bet only 1 Gold and try to win at it just for the
  Twinblade Hero Doll so you can complete the Teacher's Doll Quest later
  in the game. I don't know anybody that's actually good at this game,
  but there may be a few of you out there that can bet 1,000 Gold at a
  time and win.


  Hook Coast - Shove Ha'Penny

  This is actually a fun little mini-game that I'm pretty much even at
  wins and losses in this game. I do bet 1,000 Gold at it, but it's only
  because I got better and better at it. When you start off at it, only
  bet 1 Gold to get the Maze Doll and to get the hang off the game. It
  uses the same power system that Coin Golf uses, so if you got some
  skills playing that game, then you'll do fine at this game. You can
  move the coin left to right to position the coin for a shot. Try aiming
  for the middle to get the 50 Points and the win with 2 shots. You can
  bump your coins into higher point areas with other coins, are screw
  yourself over by doing that too. The trick to winning at this game
  is to not put the full power behind the coin and figure out where in
  the middle of powering up the coin is where it will put it on 50 Points
  for you. Once you've got a groove going with this game, start betting
  higher and start bringing in a cash flow.


  Darkwood Camp - Blackjack

  This is where you'll find your first area to play blackjack in. Now
  alot of people already know how to play blackjack, so there's no reason
  to explain how to play it. Just get 21 or close to 21 without going
  over 21 and pray that the dealer screws up. Course, after the games I
  played against the dealer, I wish I could run into people like that.
  I mean the guy plays the game like a retard. I remember two games that
  I only had like 14 or 15 and the computer already had me beat at 16,
  and it kept drawing cards, causing itself to go over 21, giving me the
  win. Gotta say.....I liked the free little amount of money I raked in,
  but I wasn't going to push it with this game. This game to me is your
  own choice to play at your own risk. You may get an idiot dealer like
  me, or you may get one that will whip you every time.


  *Fist Fighting Prize Money*

  Yet another way to make money is to win at the local area fist fighter
  arenas. The only time you can fight is at night and you can only fight
  once per night. Make sure to win now! Most opponents you fight are very
  easy, with the exception of the area's leader. You get bonuses for
  passing a fight without taking any damage what so ever. That means
  block and dodge attacks, then give them a barrage of punches. A cheap
  way of getting in some free punches is to take the fight outside of the
  ring. You're not suppose to, but you only lose if you stay out for 10
  seconds, which will be shown by a small timer that appears. Just roll
  back into the ring to stop the timer, and then quickly roll out back
  to your opponent. You can also build up your Flourish Attack which
  comes in very handy for fighting the leaders since they block the most.
  Plus you knock your opponent down, giving you a few seconds to breathe
  and gather up a more effective strategy against the poor fool. If you
  win at all the arenas in Albion you'll get the Fist Fighter's Trophy,
  which means it's something to sell or use for Renown. The places to
  fight are:

  Bowerstone South Port
  Oakvale
  Twinblade's Camp
  Knothole Glade

  You have to beat each leader in the order shown from top to bottom to
  be able to fight at each place. That means you start at Bowerstone
  South Port and then move on to Oakvale, ultimately ending up at
  Knothole Glade to end your Fist Fighter's Quest. You can always fight
  at any of the Fist Fighter's Arenas even if you won the trophy, so if
  you're a good fighter, then here's where you can earn some change for
  yourself. Word of caution though, the leader's always get stronger,
  harder, and take longer to defeat as you progress through each Fight
  Club. But the money becomes more and more as you access new Fight Clubs
  to participate in, so just remember to Block, Dodge, and keep a high
  offensive in your matches. That's the key to winning in my book. Spend
  your time barraging your opponent with continuous punches til you have
  to stop to get into the ring. I know that you'll punch them more than
  enough that you'll end up outside the ring. If they keep blocking, then
  you'll work up your Flourish Attack soon enough to use on them and
  teach them that blocking won't save their ass.


- Using the Menu -

- A big part of the game is spent in your Inventory Menu. You access this
  menu by pressing the Back Button. Here you can manually select items
  that you specifically want to use, use expressions that aren't coming
  up randomly or in your Quick D-Pad Menu, view various info about your
  game thus far, check on Quests and your progress on them, etc etc etc,
  you get the idea. Here's where I'll explain it all and it's pratical
  uses for each thing in the Inventory Menu.


  *Selecting Items*

  Alright, when you start out your game and you've picked up a few items
  and weapons, you'll want to use them. Mainly items at first. Now there
  is no clear path that says items from the Main Inventory Menu, but
  there is Equipment. That is where you will find the place to browse
  your Items, Weapons, and Clothes. When you need to change clothes in
  order to pimp the ladies in town, or to get your weapons in check, then
  this is where you need to head to.

  When you select Clothes, you will then be given a set of new commands.
  These commands are all aspects of your clothes. The cursor starts you
  off though on top of the Suit command. This command puts on an entire
  suit of what you own. If you don't own all items of a suit, then your
  character will only wear what you do own of that suit. You'll know what
  you own of what suit when you go into this menu and see the clothes on
  your character. This is a very useful command when you're entering and
  exiting towns. I'd put on my Bright Will User's Suit when I enter towns
  and my Assassin Suit when I left towns. If you want to make your own
  customized suit, then go through each option from Head to Feet, and
  equip whatever it is that you want. You do have many many choices to
  making your own suit by doing this, though sometimes it may look a
  little goofy. I guess to each their own.....

  Selecting the Weapons command will bring up two choices, Melee Weapons
  and Ranged Weapons. You come to these choices in order to view the
  weapons that you currently have in your possession, to equip new
  weapons for future use, and to augment them with special power. Learn
  more about Augmenting weapons in the Weaponary Chapter of this guide.

  Now, selecting the Items command will bring up a few categories for you
  to browse through. From top to bottom the categories are:

  Trophies
  Potions
  Gifts
  Produce
  Other

  To get Trophies and look at them, you must complete Quests. This is the
  only way to get a trophy or two. Trophies are only good for so much in
  this game. The main thing they're good for is to earn you some Renown
  and to impress the ladies for marriage.......or men....if you're that
  way.

  The Potions menu will be very small to say the least. For the most part
  you will only find two types of potions here, which are Health
  and Mana Replenishing potions. Now you will pick up special potions as
  you explore Albion. These potions can be accessed in this menu.

  Gifts are just as it says, gifts. These are what are needed to get on
  the good side of the women......and a few men.....of Albion. Who you
  give them to and what item it is that you give up is totally up to you.

  Produce is where the majority of your Health replenishing items will
  be at. You can also find some other useful items in here such as items
  that will add to your Evil or Good meter. You can also find your items
  that you can use to sell to various vendors around Albion.

  The Other section is where you go to look at items that are made to be
  used at barbers or tattoo vendors. It also holds other miscellaneous
  items you may come across, such as the Treasure Clues or your Shovel.
  If you can't find your item that you just picked up anywhere else, then
  it's stashed away here.


  *Using Skills*

  One of the other options to choose from here in the Inventory Menu is
  the Skills option. This takes you to where you can set or use your
  Expressions or Magic.

  Expressions are earned as you progress through the game and do various
  acts. Depending on what acts you do is what will determine the
  Expressions you learn. The only Expressions that are learned slowly
  over time no matter what you do are the three Love Expressions. These
  three are the Flirt, Manly Arm Pump, and the Sexy Hero Pose. Another
  two that you learn no matter what are the Follow and Wait Commands.
  The three Love Expressions come up automatically when you're looking
  at a woman (or man if that's your preference....) in the D-Pad Quick
  Use Menu at the bottom left hand side of the screen, so no need to
  come in and set them to the Extra D-Pad Menu. Same with the Follow and
  Wait Commands, they appear in the D-Pad Menu as well. What you want to
  set in the Quick Commands D-Pad Menu are Expressions like, the Burp
  and Fart. When you learn more Expressions, set the to the D-Pad the way
  you want it set. This way you will be able to do a certain Expression
  on the fly when you need it, instead of hoping for it to randomly show
  up on the D-Pad.

  By selecting the Magic option, you can now check out the spells that
  you have learned through experience. You can also set your spells here
  as well. When you hold down the R Trigger, you notice that you have to
  cycle through sets of spells in order to use them. Well if you don't
  like the way a certain set is setup, then here's where you can change
  that line-up, so that you can have optimal magic at your disposal.


  *Bringing Up the Map*

  You do have a map of Albion that you can check over in the Inventory
  Menu. Use this to find locations of places that you need to get to, or
  to check out details of areas that you have already visited. You can
  use the map in two ways. The first way is the Region Scroll way. This
  is what it is always set to whenever you access the map. The Region
  Scroll goes by a list of all the places you've been to, and keeps them
  in order. The magnifying glass automatically moves to the area that you
  are selecting. If you want to manually move the magnifying glass
  yourself, then press the Y Button and enter into Map Scroll mode. You
  now control the magnifying glass and have a much better understanding
  of the paths you can take and what links to what in Albion. If you
  press the A Button, you will get a Zoomed Map of the area you accessed
  and details of that area. Hit the B Button to back out of all this and
  return to the Inventory Menu.

  Check out Wolfiesden's World Map Image located in the In-Depth FAQs
  section for a nice overview of Albion and all that you will traverse
  upon. This is at GameFAQs and it's the only place I've seen it at at
  this point in time.


  *Watching Over Quests*

  Simple enough to explain, this is where you go to check which Quests
  you currently are taking on, and which Quests you have completed during
  your journey. It is marked off by two separate options to chose from,
  Current Quests and Past Quests. Usually Optional Open-Ended Quests that
  are marked in orange are always on the Current Quests option.
  Every other Quest that is marked in yellow or silver will be placed in
  the Past Quests option upon completion.


  *Your Logbook*

  This is where you go to check up on various things located all over
  Albion that you have come across. From Items that you've found, to the
  very journey you're taking, it's all here. If you ever need to learn
  about anything in particular, then look into your Logbook and start
  reading up on a few things in order to clear up those questions you
  have.

  *Objects*
  The first and top option to chose from is the Objects option. This is
  where you go to find out information on Items that you've encountered
  on your journey around Albion. If you find that you don't know what you
  have in your hands and it's uses, then check out the Objects section
  of your Logbook and read up on it.

  *Towns*
  The next option is the Towns option. This isn't information about Towns
  and what the town is all about. Rather is about what you need to watch
  out for or what you need to learn about what you've already done in
  various towns. For example, you can learn about the crimes you've
  commited here, or learn alittle about Love and Marriage. It's all about
  learning what you can do in the towns, remember that if you ever need
  to bone up on a few odds and ends in the towns of Albion.

  *Basics*
  The next option that you have access to is the Basics option. If you
  ever forget the controls of the game, or you didn't read about them in
  the Instruction Manual or in this guide of mine, then here's where you
  can remember or finally learn those controls that will get you by alive
  in the game.

  *Story*
  Ok....this is where your story is recorded and the actions you've taken
  during your whole adventure in Albion. I will write down my story that
  I took in this game to show you how it goes. Remember that the actions
  you take and the decisions you make will cause your story to look
  different from mine! Also if you feel that reading my story is a
  spoiler for you, then please scroll down away from this.


  Theresa's Birthday
  It's Theresa's birthday today and I haven't got her a present. Father
  says he'll give me the money to buy one if I perform good deeds around
  town. There might be another way though.

  The Sacking of Oakvale
  Bandits have attacked Oakvale. The whole place is in flames. There are
  bodies everywhere. I've got to find Theresa and my parents.

  The Guild of Heroes
  Everything's happening too quickly. My home is gone, my family is dead,
  and now a man called Maze has brought me to this place, the Guild of
  Heroes. Why can't everything be as it was before?

  The Way of the Hero
  The Guild has been my home for some years now, and Whisper and the
  Guildmaster have been my new family. Training is getting harder all the
  time, yet somehow it feels right, like it's always been in my blood.
  I'm not allowed out of the Guild though, and I rarely ever see Maze. I
  often wonder what's happening beyond these walls.

  Graduation Day
  After so many years of preparation, I have finally completed my
  training. There's a whole world out there waiting to be explored. Maybe
  now I can find out what happened to my family too.

  First Quest
  I have now completed my first quest and got my first trophy too. The
  Guildmaster says that Maze wants to meet me at a tavern at Bowerstone.
  Probably wants to congratulate me.

  Theresa Still Alive?
  Maze told me he believes Theresa may have survived the raid all those
  years ago. He will let me know if he finds out more.

  The Raid on Orchard Farm
  I joined a group of Bandits in their assault on Orchard Farm. We stole
  some mysterious objects that the farmers had unearthed for someone
  called Lady Grey. Whisper was defending the farm, but I managed to
  defeat her.

  The Road Back to Oakvale
  I brought some Traders to Barrow Fields. Theresa and I used to play
  here, and it's where I last saw her. Maze wants to see me in Oakvale. I
  wonder if he has any news.

  Home Again
  I can't believe I'm back home. So much has changed. The people, the
  houses... I wonder if our house is still here.

  Visit the Seeress
  Maze hasn't been able to find out any more about Theresa, but he
  suggested that I go talk to the Blind Seeress who lives among
  Twinblade's bandits. I'll have to find the camp first.

  Theresa and Twinblade
  Theresa is alive. She had a dreadful story to tell; how she was blinded
  in the raid and ended up living among Twinblade's Bandit clan. Somehow
  her blindness has granted her the ability to see into the future, but
  her mind has suffered terribly and it is hard to make sense of what she
  says. She spoke of mother and of a grave choice I must make some day.
  Then something happened. A burst of energy unlocked an untapped power
  within me. Now I must meet Maze in his Guild quarters.

  An Old Friend
  Maze wants me to find an old friend of his, known only as the
  Archaeologist. He should be somewhere in Witchwood, which I can now
  reach through a Cullis Gate. Maze also mentioned that I should consider
  fighting in the Arena soon. All the best heroes compete there.

  The Archaeologist
  I found the Archaeologist hiding in a cave. He knows more about the Old
  Kingdom than anybody, and it seems there are people desperate for this
  knowledge. He suggested that I'm connected to whatever is happening in
  Albion right now, and to those strange objects unearthed at Orchard
  Farm. He was a friend of mother's long ago, and said I may be able to
  find out about her in the Arena. I will need a nomination from the
  Knothole Glade Chief first.

  A Letter from Theresa
  Theresa passed through here not too long ago and left a letter for me,
  along with a book that explains our connection to a weapon of great
  power, the Sword of Aeons.

  The White Balverine
  I have slain the White Balverine that has been stalking Knothole Glade.
  In return, I have received a nomination to enter the Arena. This will
  be the greatest test of my powers yet. And I may be able to find
  information about Mother there.

  The Arena Champion
  I have emerged victorious from the Arena. The final round pitted me
  against Whisper. I think I heard her brother shouting out from the
  crowds as I spilt her blood.

  Scarlet Robe
  I found my mother's statue in the Hall of Heroes. She was known as
  Scarlet Robe, a fierce slayer of Balverines. Jack of Blades spoke to me
  as I stood there. He said that she's alive and living in solitude. If I
  were to bring Theresa to him, he would take us to see her. It is
  clearly a trick, but he does know something. He awarded me the
  Champion's Seal, which will allow me to enter Bowerstone North.

  Theresa at the Grey House
  Theresa has found out where mother is. She's being kept in Bargate
  Prison by Jack. It was he who blinded my sister so long ago, he who
  raided our home. It's impossible to gain entrance to the prison through
  the main gate, but the Archaeologist knows of a secret way in. Theresa
  has left a Quest Card at the Guild with the details. She also mentioned
  that mother will be able to unlock an untapped power within me.

  The Chase
  I battled against some strange creatures that had captured the
  Archaeologist. When I freed him, he told me of a secret way into
  Bargate Prison in Lychfield Graveyard. It hasn't been opened in
  centuries.

  The Lychfield Passage
  I have found the way into Bargate Prison. It feels more like a descent
  into the netherworld after passing through that realm of the dead.

  Captured
  Jack of Blades was waiting for me all along, and now he has us both.
  Mother has been through decades of torture, and now Jack has a new
  means to persuade her to tell him what he wants: me. I have to find a
  way out of here.

  Freedom
  We have finally escaped at last, but Jack knows where to find the key
  that will unlock the Sword of Aeons. I have to get to Hook Coast before
  he discovers how to retrieve it, and the Darkwood portal is the only
  way to get there. Mother has gone to find Theresa. Before she left, she
  released a great dormant power within me. I have never felt stronger.

  Gateway to Hook Coast
  After feeding it the souls of undead warriors, the ancient Cullis Gate
  has been reactivated. Hook Coast awaits on the other side.

  Hook Coast Abbey
  A magical barrier is blocking the way to the Abbey, and the locals
  speak of a mysterious figure haunting the place. It can only be Jack.
  Mother has told me to meet her in Maze's quarters. She has found
  something there.

  The Journal
  There was no trace of mother here. I have found a book of Ancient Hook
  Coast magics that may help to dispel the barrier. I don't know what it
  was doing in Maze's quarters, but I can't read the language it's
  written in anyway. Perhaps the Guildmaster could translate it?

  The Betrayal
  Maze betrayed me, the old fool. He was part of the raid on my home
  before having second thoughts and saving me. He knew even then who I
  was, and believed I would one day be able to stop Jack. Then his belief
  waivered and he joined Jack once more. He performed the ritual to
  retrieve the Key, and now Jack is using it to activate the Focus Sites
  around Albion, which will unlock the Sword. I must return to the Guild
  immediately.

  The Focus Sites
  Jack has activated all the Sites. Not even the Guild and all its heroes
  could stop him. And now Albion is in chaos. Old Kingdom beasts are
  appearing everywhere, and the air itself seems charged with dark
  energies. Jack has taken the Mother into the Chamber of Fate, where the
  Sword of Aeons will be waiting for him. I have to get there now.

  The Sword of Aeons
  I have killed Jack of Blades, and now the Sword of Aeons is mine. I
  have fed it Theresa's blood. Nothing in Albion can stop me.


  As you can tell by the story above, I played an evil path. What can I
  say? I love to steal. Stealing is evil and so that's how I ended up
  doing alot of bad things in Albion to save my thieving ass. How your
  story will end up and the things said in it, is based upon how you play
  your game.