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Alusa

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Re: A Tale Of Two Kingdoms
« Reply #340 on: 22 Jul 2007, 11:19 »
KuroShiro,Hi. :) :)..plz,put WT in any shape ! its veery difficalt to play but veery interesting Game to give up.. :(
I ask ab WT b4 ,looks like nobody bother..Why,why all that fight?those who like to play without WT ,they can procede..isnt it?
But i am abut to lelete Game,cose it make me very nervous sometime,not to find out in situation..
So ,at this moment ,its nice to have just A LOOK,if i am on right truck.. :)
Plz do it,  plz..
thanks in advance... :)

HelpPlease

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Re: A Tale Of Two Kingdoms
« Reply #341 on: 22 Jul 2007, 16:16 »
Need help on assassin
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What evidence do I need?


And the belt
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How to I begin to get this back?

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Re: A Tale Of Two Kingdoms
« Reply #342 on: 22 Jul 2007, 17:49 »
Help! Stuck at end:

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In the castle at end. Have used flute, and then shovel with statue. Am now stuck in the room. What do I do?

Jon

Re: A Tale Of Two Kingdoms
« Reply #343 on: 22 Jul 2007, 18:21 »
Stuck on chapter 5, how do I do the faeries test?

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Re: A Tale Of Two Kingdoms
« Reply #344 on: 22 Jul 2007, 18:26 »
PS

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lower the gate

Re: A Tale Of Two Kingdoms
« Reply #345 on: 22 Jul 2007, 18:49 »
On the 1.1 version of the game, i think the pigeon might be bugged unless the puzzle has changed.

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 On my first run thru the pigeon was directly north or my camp and i was just able to walk up and pick up him/her up. Now on my second run thru the pigeon is where the waterfall is and you use the ice orb, but all it does is ruffle its feathers when i try to pick it up and ive used the kindness to animals wish at the well. i have no way to get it. Whats going on here.

Jocker

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Re: A Tale Of Two Kingdoms
« Reply #346 on: 22 Jul 2007, 19:38 »
Stuck on chapter 5, how do I do the faeries test?

A hint.
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 There is no one answer here as the riddle changes from one game to another. You should map it out. Note the colours of the doors.

Re: A Tale Of Two Kingdoms
« Reply #347 on: 22 Jul 2007, 20:05 »
In my opinion, such a major spoiler probably shouldn't have been posted, because people will read it anyway :P

This is a help thread.  Someone asked a question, and I answered it, but I agree, in retrospect, it was probably a poor judgement call on my part.  Apologies.  I've edited my post to contain ridiculous and misleading information, but I'm afraid there isn't much I can do about the reaction.  >_o

Jocker -
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It's random, but whenever I've played I've had a configuration like this in the opening room:
  A   _  B
C           C
Invariably I have been able to solve the puzzle by choosing the item corresponding with door A and one of two items that doesn't correspond with any of the initially visible doors.  (So shouldn't need take more than 2 tries.)  But I don't know if that was just odd luck for me, or if that's an actual pattern.  All I know is it's worked on three consecutive play-throughs.

Your goal is to collect all four gems and return them to the alter in the room that best fits them.

Re: A Tale Of Two Kingdoms
« Reply #348 on: 22 Jul 2007, 20:27 »
well I'm trying to make a point list to figure out exactly which paths lead to better score, so regarding that, Radiant said that:

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it's possible to escape the castle without using the urn, but I have not been able to do this as in order to take the 2nd path you need to break the window and the urn is the only thing that works for that, as far as I could tell, so if anyone knows how to do it another way...

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Re: A Tale Of Two Kingdoms
« Reply #349 on: 22 Jul 2007, 21:24 »
On the 1.1 version of the game, i think the pigeon might be bugged unless the puzzle has changed.

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 On my first run thru the pigeon was directly north or my camp and i was just able to walk up and pick up him/her up. Now on my second run thru the pigeon is where the waterfall is and you use the ice orb, but all it does is ruffle its feathers when i try to pick it up and ive used the kindness to animals wish at the well. i have no way to get it. Whats going on here.


I'm thinking it's a bug, too, then.  You are having the same problem as I except the pigeon has been in the same place both times.

And thank you, Jocker, for the response, but
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I actually made the wish to have animals trust me and it is still doing this.


If it is a bug, I'll be relieved to know that I am not crazy and that it really was impossible, but I'll still be crazy for having tried so hard and long...  >___<

Re: A Tale Of Two Kingdoms
« Reply #350 on: 22 Jul 2007, 21:44 »
Hello again (3rd time). Seems like nobody knows how to answer my question, but I'll ask it one last time anyway.

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I'm at the end/staircase/princess bedroom and I DO NOT have the flute. What can I still do to win? I gave the flute away to the pookie.


I think the developers said there weren't any walking deads that they knew of, and if this is one, I really, really don't wanna go back and replay the game. Somebody please tell me I can still win.

Re: A Tale Of Two Kingdoms
« Reply #351 on: 22 Jul 2007, 22:00 »
This is the most complex, side-quests-available, multiple-solutions adventure game I've ever played!  What this game really needs is a comprehensive walkthru--has the author or anyoen else made one yet?  Just going through this thread looking for the solutions I need is like playing another adventure game entirely!

Thanks to those who helped me previously.  I'm stuck again, in Chapter 5 this time.  I'd appreciate some strong hints:

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-How do I beat the giant at his strength test?  Based on the fairy tale this comes from, I assume I need to find some cheese somewhere to pretend it's a rock.  But I can't find cheese anywhere.  Or is there some other way to do this?

-How do I save Havgan and route the goblins as the Fairy Queen asked me to do?


I haven't used my wish yet--but I can't get to the well anyway--I do NOT have cider (just empty bottle), but I do have two full pages of inventory (so I won't list every item).  I just succeeded in helping the robed girl but it didn't appear to accomplish anything other than increasing my honor score.

This game rocks, btw!

Jocker

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Re: A Tale Of Two Kingdoms
« Reply #352 on: 22 Jul 2007, 22:05 »
On the 1.1 version of the game, i think the pigeon might be bugged unless the puzzle has changed.

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 On my first run thru the pigeon was directly north or my camp and i was just able to walk up and pick up him/her up. Now on my second run thru the pigeon is where the waterfall is and you use the ice orb, but all it does is ruffle its feathers when i try to pick it up and ive used the kindness to animals wish at the well. i have no way to get it. Whats going on here.


I'm thinking it's a bug, too, then.  You are having the same problem as I except the pigeon has been in the same place both times.

And thank you, Jocker, for the response, but
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I actually made the wish to have animals trust me and it is still doing this.


If it is a bug, I'll be relieved to know that I am not crazy and that it really was impossible, but I'll still be crazy for having tried so hard and long...  >___<

hmm. Strange everything worked fine for me in this case. i don't know why wouldn't it let you do it.

Re: A Tale Of Two Kingdoms
« Reply #353 on: 22 Jul 2007, 22:15 »
I had to start over due to some bugs, but -

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Does anyone know how to escape the castle in the beginning without breaking the vase? I assume it has something to do with finding one of the secret passageways mentioned in the royal library, but I can't figure it out!


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I was thinking that, in order to escape without breaking the vase, I may have to acquire the rope on the dummy in Geraint's quarters before the murder takes place. Geraint won't let me take the rope, but I think if I can distract him long enough with the alarum bell I might have a chance to slip in and take it. The problem is, I can't figure out how to get to Geraint's quarters after ringing the bell without Geraint stopping me along the way.


Am I on the right track? Help!
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abyss

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Re: A Tale Of Two Kingdoms
« Reply #354 on: 22 Jul 2007, 22:24 »
This is the most complex, side-quests-available, multiple-solutions adventure game I've ever played!  What this game really needs is a comprehensive walkthru--has the author or anyoen else made one yet?  Just going through this thread looking for the solutions I need is like playing another adventure game entirely!

Thanks to those who helped me previously.  I'm stuck again, in Chapter 5 this time.  I'd appreciate some strong hints:

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-How do I beat the giant at his strength test?  Based on the fairy tale this comes from, I assume I need to find some cheese somewhere to pretend it's a rock.  But I can't find cheese anywhere.  Or is there some other way to do this?

-How do I save Havgan and route the goblins as the Fairy Queen asked me to do?


I haven't used my wish yet--but I can't get to the well anyway--I do NOT have cider (just empty bottle), but I do have two full pages of inventory (so I won't list every item).  I just succeeded in helping the robed girl but it didn't appear to accomplish anything other than increasing my honor score.

This game rocks, btw!

giant
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 yes, you need to trick him. Three items, you need. one of them may resemble rock but you can easily smash it and it is easily accesible.. The second one is supposed to be one of the things that a good warrior should posses, and may trick the giant too. The third item is something that flies up.


the second one i donlt know yet. But hope this one will give you some clue.

Jocker

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Re: A Tale Of Two Kingdoms
« Reply #355 on: 22 Jul 2007, 22:41 »
This is the most complex, side-quests-available, multiple-solutions adventure game I've ever played!  What this game really needs is a comprehensive walkthru--has the author or anyoen else made one yet?  Just going through this thread looking for the solutions I need is like playing another adventure game entirely!

Thanks to those who helped me previously.  I'm stuck again, in Chapter 5 this time.  I'd appreciate some strong hints:

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-How do I beat the giant at his strength test?  Based on the fairy tale this comes from, I assume I need to find some cheese somewhere to pretend it's a rock.  But I can't find cheese anywhere.  Or is there some other way to do this?

-How do I save Havgan and route the goblins as the Fairy Queen asked me to do?


I haven't used my wish yet--but I can't get to the well anyway--I do NOT have cider (just empty bottle), but I do have two full pages of inventory (so I won't list every item).  I just succeeded in helping the robed girl but it didn't appear to accomplish anything other than increasing my honor score.

This game rocks, btw!

 the goblins/some hints.
[hide]you need to sneak into the village without causing alarm- you need a disguise. the disguise would be of fair folk's doing- but an object is what youre looking for (think of the changeling) you need to "snow-white" the goblins. Then you go fight the skullcrusher. To win you must prove once again that you are a good warrior./hide]


Re: A Tale Of Two Kingdoms
« Reply #356 on: 22 Jul 2007, 23:20 »
I'm kinda-sorta working on a walkthrough at the moment- it's really really messy, though, so it might be a while (assuming someone else doesn't beat me to it).  I'm working on the Belt sidequest at the moment...

But anyhow, to get the rope (blatant)-
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Pull the rope to ring the alarm when there's no guards wandering in the hallway, and then use the hand icon on the balcony in front of the king's bedroom to jump down.  Then you can scoot into the guardroom and grab the rope.

Re: A Tale Of Two Kingdoms
« Reply #357 on: 22 Jul 2007, 23:44 »
TheJBurger -

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You should be able to create a distraction someplace else, even if you don't have the flute.


Leonard -

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You can escape using the rope, but you might want to hold on to it instead. It is much more useful than the vase.


Re: A Tale Of Two Kingdoms
« Reply #358 on: 22 Jul 2007, 23:49 »
Big honkin' spoilers for the belt-
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All right, so I've finally managed to sneak into town after dark and break into the Jeweler's shop... but she calls the guards on me.  Any idea of what to do to prevent that?  Did I miss some item I should have brought with me?

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Re: A Tale Of Two Kingdoms
« Reply #359 on: 22 Jul 2007, 23:56 »
Jenimad

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When can you move around at night? Also how'd you break in? Did you use a rope?