Help - New - Eteocles won't let me join



  • Hello, everyone! I'm new here and have two things that I just can't seem to get done! I've talked to Propontis, then went to Halos to talk about the kidnapping - he gives me the story, but doesn't send me on to Aethon. Then if I try to talk to Eteocles afterwards, he just keeps attacking me and I end up having to kill him. Don't I need him to teach me about the locks?

    As long as I'm here - I'm having similar problems with investigating the Iron Mine - I gotten all the stories from everyone, but when I go back to Thuria she says I've compared the stories but need to find out more! Can't figure out what I'm supposed to do...

    HELP!! :redface:

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    (This message has been edited by Dian (edited 10-26-2000).)



  • I had BIG problems with this too...
    You need to talk to Propontis but you also need to talk to his wife, Mantinea and ask her about "Darius". Then talk to Halos. Tell him "brother" or "propontis". He`ll send you to Aethon. Tell Aethon "Halos" or something, then "join". Visit Etocles. Tell him "join". Aethon will vouch for you. :)

    Iron mine: I think you need to talk to Demodocus on the bridge, then Thuria, then the miner then Amphidamas (foreman at the iron mine). But Ive never got that d@mn Seldane out of the cave :frown: I think its just a lead on how to finish the game.

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  • Yes, to get the third crolna you need to talk to the seldane in the mine and do what he says. To be able to talk to him you need to have the head seldane (what's his name?) teach you their language. After you complete the mission the seldane in the mine gives you, talk to Thuria. She should then be satisfied.

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  • To solve the iron mine mystery u need to go to the underground seldane cave and solve free maayti-talk to the seldane in the mine and then go to thuria-hope this helps! ;)

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  • Thanks, Everyone!! Did get Aethon to join me, but am still being told by Eteocles that I need more experience to be trained about lock-picking! Points for experience seems to be coming much slower now than it did in the beginning... oh, well, off to kill more ruffians!

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  • That`s the spirit, boy! :)

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  • Heh.

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    And so the problem remained; lots of people were mean, and most of them were miserable, even the ones with digital watches. Many were increasingly of the opinion that they had all made a big mistake in coming down from the trees in the first place. And some said that the trees had been a bad move and that no one should ever have left the oceans. - Douglass Adams



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    Originally posted by Dian:
    **Thanks, Everyone!! Did get Aethon to join me, but am still being told by Eteocles that I need more experience to be trained about lock-picking! Points for experience seems to be coming much slower now than it did in the beginning... oh, well, off to kill more ruffians!
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    hmmm... out of curiousity, where's Lino Lakes in relation to St. Paul?

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    Originally posted by Flatulence:
    **hmmm... out of curiousity, where's Lino Lakes in relation to St. Paul?

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    Aahhhh, another Minnesooootan! Lino Lakes is about 15 minutes north of Roseville - so not far at all from St. Paul.

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  • Of course, Cythera was created in Minnesota (in Fridley, to be specific)

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  • Never noticed, you have a cool governor gandreas.....i lived in north dakota until this summer.

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    And so the problem remained; lots of people were mean, and most of them were miserable, even the ones with digital watches. Many were increasingly of the opinion that they had all made a big mistake in coming down from the trees in the first place. And some said that the trees had been a bad move and that no one should ever have left the oceans. - Douglass Adams


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