Be careful of items, found in dungeons, that seem too good to
be true. I once found an awesome, magical helmet with a +5
Attributes and +17% to Hit. I couldn't wait to throw away my
old helmet and don this amazing piece of armor. But after I
put the helmet on, all the items in my inventory started
dropping one by one. The helmet was cursed with Leaking
Smaller items are harder to see, especially in dark, dungeons.
Crates and barrels hide their goodies. So look closely by
zooming in. Jewelry is extremely difficult to see. When you
kill an enemy that has jewelry on, listen for that distinctive
jewelry dropping sound.
When you have a Warrior or Amazon in your party, you'll never
have to buy food again. With their forester skill, they can
find food like mushrooms along tree lines and fish in lakes.
Also, when you
find the Horn of Plenty, right click on it and you'll get a
chicken leg. You can do this as many times as you want. Leave
them in town so they're there when you need them. Forget
spending almost a hundred gold for one!
The items you gather can be worth a lot of gold if you take
them back into town and sell them. Use your warrior to repair
the item first so that it's value will go up. Also, magical
items are your key to financial success. Magical weapons,
armor, and jewelry are worth much more than un-magical items.
Don't be afraid to kill a room full of those cute little
chickens. They carry gold. But be careful! They are more
ferocious than they look.
Always keep a bow or throwing knife on hand. Sometimes it is
best to attack your enemies from a distance where they can't
see you. Someone with a projectile weapon can attack through
bars and windows to kill unsuspecting enemies in the next
Reading another magic book with the same spell will increase
your spell knowledge one level. So if you have already learned
Magic Missile the cost in manna will go up one point but it
will do allot more damage. Level 1 Magic Missile does 8-16
damage and costs 2 mana. Level 2 Magic Missile does 12-24
damage and costs 3 mana.
Getting a little too dark in those dungeons? Have your partner
use his magic light and he will automatically use it again
when the light runs out. This is true for many other spells.
Just have him use it once, and he will use it again when
needed until his mana runs out.
If you go through all of Draak's lair, you'll find a Dragon
Scale. Take it to the room in Draak's lair with the four
circles on the floor. Put the Dragon Scale on each circle and
you'll get four potions of strength.
"Obtain the "magic bomb" spell as soon as
possible. No matter where an enemy is, if you are able to see
him you can kill him using this spell. No line of sight
necessary." -Matt G