Is it possible to "enter" the Tavara stronghold?



  • I have been looking through it and I can't seem to find any stair into a dungeon or anything.... Is it possible to enter it?

    I am also curious how to enter the secret door in Corsa.... It's not possible to operate it. I can't find anything there.

    Please, DON'T tell me anything else than these things. I don't want any spoilers for my favorite game.

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  • 1. Yes. Go find some rings...
    2. Historian+Ask+Golem+Read+Book+Play+Lyre
    -or-
    A Lever



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    Originally posted by vIsitor:
    1. Yes. Go find some rings...
    2. Historian+Ask+Golem+Read+Book+Play+Lyre
    -or-
    A Lever

    whoops! Forget that (wrong City--Please try to spell things right its KOSHA not COSHA)

    Rescue+Lady+Ask+Husband+Pipes+Ask+Bard+Comanna+Play+Pipes+in Front of+Door



  • Yes. I ENTERED it. I have the rings.... But is there no dungeon or anything there?
    And what do you mean with the bard+thing+play+pipes and the stuff? I don't get it....

    Oh, well, I forgot what the name was, of course.... It's Kosha.... My bad, won't happen again.... :p

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  • He's taliking about the solution to one of the last puzzles of the game. You get pipes from the husband of the kidnapped lady, you talk to Demodocus to find out the combination to the Comana's musical lock, you go to Kosha and play it, and you find a secret door that takes you to where they were producing Kesh.

    At the strongholds in the north, you should find the purple and blue crystal balls. And a lot of liches and demons and sea monsters. When I raided these strongholds, I found that my party just got in the way and got themselves killed, so I tried to leave them behind. As long as I carried the sword of heroes and an odd helm, I was all right.

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    "On two occasions, I have been asked (by members of Parliament), 'Pray, Mr. Babbage, if you put into the machine wrong figures, will the right answers come out?' I am not able to rightly apprehend the kind of confusion of ideas that could provoke such a question."
    -- Charles Babbage (1791-1871)
    Inventor of the "Analytical Engine", the first computer.



  • Well, yeah, I got all that. So I guess there's nothing more for me to do. Btw, Big Joe, is your name POSSIBLY Daniel? If so, I think I know you.... ;)

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