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    Eschalon: Book II: Two years after your victory in the first game, Eschalon Book II finds you living a quiet life perhaps too quiet, since your. GameBanshee has just launched a dedicated subsite for Eschalon: Book II that features an annotated walkthrough, a searchable equipment. Eschalon - Book II. Cheatbook is the resource for the latest Cheats, tips, cheat codes, unlockables, hints and secrets to get the edge to win.

    JiG is on Patreon and Needs You! Click here for more information. You, as the hero from the first title, have been living a quiet life in the neighbouring lands. So quiet, in fact, that your skills have begun to slip away, and you've been having strange dreams. Still, you might be inclined to forget your former life entirely Throughout your journey, you'll discover your true identity, uncover a secret invasion, contract various diseases, camp out in thunderstorms, and become a connoisseur of scavenged cusine. Might I recommend the spider's legs? They're rich in protien and vitamins! Not much has changed on the surface; Eschalon is still a top-down isometric turn-based RPG that encourages you to go out there into the big open world and explore. Go on quests, find treasure, level up, and kill or be killed. Although for the first little while it'll probably be the latter. There's not much of a tutorial to be had, but a few minutes of fiddling around is enough to learn the ropes. The game is controlled with the mouse, and you simply click and hold to move your character in that direction, or click on something to interact.

    There are maybe seven or eight in there with no way to back out. Whether you want to kill them or sneak past them, in the bottom right corner of the room is a lever. Pulling that opens gates in the top left corner of the room, revealing… another lever!

    Pulling that will grant you access to a lever in the top right, which in turn gives you access to the lever outside the devilmander pit room, where you came in. Pulling this level will let you move freely forward or back out of this room.

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    Beyond this room is a hallway with some weird beams over it. Past those there is one strip of floor colored differently from the others. Each tile here is a trap. Beyond those traps the mine opens up into an actual mine, with rocks and stuff. The side paths have some loot, though not much. Straight ahead is a lever and a gate. Beyond those, go down and to the right, but take the first path up and to the right. This leads to a portal. Beyond that is none other than the Crux of Fire. Removing it from its pedestal causes an alarm to go off, which spawns four dwarves when you go back through the portal.

    Beyond that you should encounter no resistance to taking this priceless gemstone.

    Bring the gemstone back to Korren for more instructions! Sure, why not. Before I head to Amireth, and subsequently Talushorn, this is usually where I like to do lots of bonus areas, such as Westwillow and Fathamurk. The first floor has a clever lever puzzle, and a dimensional eye named Mortikus.

    Please refer to the image below for the lever puzzle: The blue numbers represent levers, and the red numbers represent portcullises.

    Beyond this is our friend Mortikus. He attacks with melee, but his attacks as well as his death have a chance to give you diseases, so killing him from a distance is worth considering. He drops a turquoise key, which is admittedly optional, as the door at the end of the hall can also be picked. Lorewitch level two has another maze, this one much smaller.

    In the top corner is a lever and a trapped chest with random loot. The same is true of the bottom corner. Along the lower left wall, south of the left corner is another trapped chest, with the Virescent bell in it.

    The staircase up is in the leftmost corner. This thing basically does a boatload of damage but only has eight charges.

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    Useful for bosses. Also, it can be exploited and used with the Unarmed Combat skill feat to deal 4x extra damage. Before you leave, be sure to steal Emberdark - my favorite weapon in the Eschalon series.

    The region south of here is called Yoma River Headwater. One more region south is Northern Harpoon Bay where you get to evade or fight off a bunch of rift harpies, and admire some cool cliffs.

    Otherwise you end up in the tiny town of Eden, population: Ben. Note that it costs gold to get there no avoiding it and to get back. You can get to Amireth by going around the back of the town in picaroon isle - in the south-eastern corner I an exit to another region.

    Along the west coast is some loot, up the western lava flow is the inside of a volcano with a sick nasty spear and some other loot. South of this region, there are four explorable regions of Amireth. Take however much or little time you would like getting to Talushorn, in the fourth-eastern corner of its region. The stronghold is guarded out front by three Legionaires and six Spearmen. The first level of Talushorn will not lock you in.

    In the right corner of the first room is a lever which unlocks the gate moving forward. Stepping beyond the gate will close it behind you, but you can re-enter the tile with the pressure plate to reopen it. Past the trophy or I guess burial? On the north eastern wall of this room are some thrones with a lever that must be pulled. On the left side of the room with the salt lick there are two passages.

    The upper one takes you to a lever which opens the second one to a staircase up! Your first view of the second floor is a large gladiator cage - taurax fighting spiders for fun. Down the path to the right is an entrance to the arena if you wish to join them. Following the hall up and to the left will lead you to a room with some explosives and a couple of Scouts. In the sewer-esque room you can go up and to the right, or down and to the right. The latter of those two offers a Scout and a nice view of the arena, but nothing more for now.

    Following the other pathway will lead you to a room where Spearmen practice their aim - at targets, and at adventurers who find their way up here.

    You can blow up the fence that they hide behind with your powder keg. Beyond this room is a three-way intersection. Up and to the left is a nice shortcut for later. Straight through down and to the left is some loot and another entrance to the arena.

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    Down and to the right is another viewing area with a Scout, and… a weird jail cell? Inside is a kind of shriveled gross looking guy. Or, Orator, if your autocorrect is as bad as mine. Speaking with him reveals some interesting things about your quest. Down the path in the bottom right is a large portcullis, which can be opened by the lever. Beyond that are two paths, one down and to the left has a Spearman and two Legionnaires, and some loot.

    Up and to the right is another Spearman and Legionnaire, and a little more loot. The path leads to the next set of stairs. The first thing on the third floor is a lever puzzle, but not one as bad Lorewitch. Look at the image on the wall seen below : I've rotated the original image 90 degrees. In your head, rotate it another 45 degrees clockwise so that the arrow points to the exit of the room. The black lines represent the levers that must be flipped.

    The three red dots are the ones that stay the same. So flip every lever except the top one on the far row, and the second and fourth ones on the close row. You only get one chance at these levers to get through the portcullis. If you fail you fight just some Pyrus Dragonels and then flip a lever at the end of the passageway found in the western corner of the room.

    Beyond this room is another intersection. The path down and to the right leads to three Scouts and a Legionnaire, and quite a bit of loot.

    The path up and to the left leads to a room with some pots, followed by a room with two Scouts. For this reason, it may be wise to lure the Scouts out of their room and deal with them first, before moving into their room, to fight the Spearmen. Feel free to pick or melt that if you can, but the key can be found in the pathway up and to the left. The final floor of Talushorn is very straightforward. You can leave the tower at any point until you pass the portcullises at the end of this hallway.

    Instead, just break them! The choices are many and varied! Armed with these little money-making schemes,I hope your journey will be made a little less frustrating and a little more enjoyable.

    High value items: If the items inside are not desirable, reload the saved game and look in the container again. Repeat the process until you find items of real value or desirability. This requires patience as several reloads may be required before it ends with a desirable result. Occasionally you may also find a chest or barrel which appears to be empty even after a few tries, but eventually an item should appear in it. Easy money: This also works during the first Foraging level. Start by going to a cave or another underground area.

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    Select the "Rest" option. Wake your character every six hours. A bag containing a "Foraged" item will appear. This is an Alchemy ingredient, and its type will be random. They are worth between 3 to gold pieces, and can be sold at any magic or general store. By continually sleeping for 48 hours, a maximum of eight items will appear in your bag. Resting beyond this at one time will result in wasted hours. Make sure to start again once your bag is filled. The longer you rest in one session, the greater the chance of enemies appearing.

    However, resting for six hours at a time will ensure that your sleep is never disturbed. When resting underground at the Port Kuudad water supply area access through the grey stone building towards the right-hand front corner when entering at the main gate , once all the enemies have been dealt with will result in undisturbed foraging regardless of how many hours you rest. Also, the game time passes twice as fast when underground.

    As your Foraging attribute level increases, the amount of rest time needed to forage items will decrease. Chests in Doorless room: At the top eastern corner of the South Kessian Basin area is a house containing a room with no visible doors, and some large chests inside.

    Nearby is a portal area which does not appear to work. On the wall above the portal Is written-"Stronger than copper and redder in hue, the wonders of bronze are known but to few.

    The side paths have some loot, though not much. Straight ahead is a lever and a gate. Beyond those, go down and to the right, but take the first path up and to the right. This leads to a portal. Beyond that is none other than the Crux of Fire. Removing it from its pedestal causes an alarm to go off, which spawns four dwarves when you go back through the portal.

    Beyond that you should encounter no resistance to taking this priceless gemstone. Bring the gemstone back to Korren for more instructions!

    Sure, why not. Before I head to Amireth, and subsequently Talushorn, this is usually where I like to do lots of bonus areas, such as Westwillow and Fathamurk. The first floor has a clever lever puzzle, and a dimensional eye named Mortikus.

    Please refer to the image below for the lever puzzle: The blue numbers represent levers, and the red numbers represent portcullises. Beyond this is our friend Mortikus. He attacks with melee, but his attacks as well as his death have a chance to give you diseases, so killing him from a distance is worth considering. He drops a turquoise key, which is admittedly optional, as the door at the end of the hall can also be picked. Lorewitch level two has another maze, this one much smaller.

    In the top corner is a lever and a trapped chest with random loot. The same is true of the bottom corner. Along the lower left wall, south of the left corner is another trapped chest, with the Virescent bell in it. The staircase up is in the leftmost corner.

    This thing basically does a boatload of damage but only has eight charges. Useful for bosses. Also, it can be exploited and used with the Unarmed Combat skill feat to deal 4x extra damage.

    Before you leave, be sure to steal Emberdark - my favorite weapon in the Eschalon series. The region south of here is called Yoma River Headwater. One more region south is Northern Harpoon Bay where you get to evade or fight off a bunch of rift harpies, and admire some cool cliffs. Otherwise you end up in the tiny town of Eden, population: Ben.

    Note that it costs gold to get there no avoiding it and to get back. You can get to Amireth by going around the back of the town in picaroon isle - in the south-eastern corner I an exit to another region. Along the west coast is some loot, up the western lava flow is the inside of a volcano with a sick nasty spear and some other loot. South of this region, there are four explorable regions of Amireth. Take however much or little time you would like getting to Talushorn, in the fourth-eastern corner of its region.

    The stronghold is guarded out front by three Legionaires and six Spearmen. The first level of Talushorn will not lock you in. In the right corner of the first room is a lever which unlocks the gate moving forward. Stepping beyond the gate will close it behind you, but you can re-enter the tile with the pressure plate to reopen it. Past the trophy or I guess burial? On the north eastern wall of this room are some thrones with a lever that must be pulled.

    On the left side of the room with the salt lick there are two passages.

    The upper one takes you to a lever which opens the second one to a staircase up! Your first view of the second floor is a large gladiator cage - taurax fighting spiders for fun. Down the path to the right is an entrance to the arena if you wish to join them. Following the hall up and to the left will lead you to a room with some explosives and a couple of Scouts.

    In the sewer-esque room you can go up and to the right, or down and to the right. The latter of those two offers a Scout and a nice view of the arena, but nothing more for now. Following the other pathway will lead you to a room where Spearmen practice their aim - at targets, and at adventurers who find their way up here.

    You can blow up the fence that they hide behind with your powder keg. Beyond this room is a three-way intersection. Up and to the left is a nice shortcut for later. Straight through down and to the left is some loot and another entrance to the arena. Down and to the right is another viewing area with a Scout, and… a weird jail cell?

    Inside is a kind of shriveled gross looking guy. Or, Orator, if your autocorrect is as bad as mine. Speaking with him reveals some interesting things about your quest. Down the path in the bottom right is a large portcullis, which can be opened by the lever. Beyond that are two paths, one down and to the left has a Spearman and two Legionnaires, and some loot.

    Up and to the right is another Spearman and Legionnaire, and a little more loot. The path leads to the next set of stairs. The first thing on the third floor is a lever puzzle, but not one as bad Lorewitch. Look at the image on the wall seen below : I've rotated the original image 90 degrees.

    In your head, rotate it another 45 degrees clockwise so that the arrow points to the exit of the room. The black lines represent the levers that must be flipped. The three red dots are the ones that stay the same. So flip every lever except the top one on the far row, and the second and fourth ones on the close row.

    You only get one chance at these levers to get through the portcullis. If you fail you fight just some Pyrus Dragonels and then flip a lever at the end of the passageway found in the western corner of the room.

    Beyond this room is another intersection. The path down and to the right leads to three Scouts and a Legionnaire, and quite a bit of loot. The path up and to the left leads to a room with some pots, followed by a room with two Scouts. For this reason, it may be wise to lure the Scouts out of their room and deal with them first, before moving into their room, to fight the Spearmen. Feel free to pick or melt that if you can, but the key can be found in the pathway up and to the left.

    The final floor of Talushorn is very straightforward. You can leave the tower at any point until you pass the portcullises at the end of this hallway. Instead, just break them! They have basically no health, so punching them works, but it might also be fun to go completely overkill and destroy it with a mystic hammer…. Again, entering the chamber is final. The room has lava on the floor, and side rooms to the north and the west.

    These rooms have a little bit of loot, but they also have a Legionnaire and two Spearmen each. Ghorr is immune to damage from the lava, but his cohorts are not. Deal with them all however you would like, but I suggest dealing with the Spearmen first, as everything else can be outrun.

    Ghorr drops a key into the room beyond, but alternatively, this lock can be picked. In the final chamber use your looking glass to call Korren to you. You have some interesting dialogue, but your discussion choices do not affect the end of the game.

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