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Let's Play Ultima: From Akalabeth to Ascension! (Now on VII)

Elzair

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Ultima V Part 10: Mount Doom

Ultima V: Warriors of Destiny

Part 10: Mount Doom

There ain't nothin' left to do 'cept rescue LB, so let's get started.

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First I sell off all my unwanted equipment to get 9999 gold. I then make sure I have 99 of every reagent and plenty of MANI, IN LOR, VAS MANI, AN NOX, IN VAS GRAV CORP, and IN FLAM HUR spells in addition to plenty of gems and torches.

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Since the Codex told me to look under Shame, I do that. I find the entrance on the shores of the Lost Lake as usual.

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This is the entrance, but it looks like there is no exit.

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To find it, I first attack the wall to the south of me.

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I then move one space to the right and attack the new wall.

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I repeat the process again to reveal the exit. I climb over the boulders and leave the room.

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This is Shame. Doesn't it look nice? The ladder is not too far away.

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The sign is not kidding! The ladder leads all the way down to level 7. I head due south to the next ladder.

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Here is a map of the final level. I enter the southern room.

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What the hell?! I slaughter the inhabitants of this room and head east.

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I search the wall to find a hidden door.

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What pretty rubble!

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Well, here I am, but where is here?

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Apparently, here is in the middle of a marsh. I take the path to the east as far as I can, and then I blink east.

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I am now on the western shores of a massive lake near the center of the world.

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I fly east. Unfortunately, there is no way to avoid taking some damage.

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I head for the lava flows.

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I now make sure to wear the Amulet of Lord British, since only it will light my path in the coming darkness.

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I find the entrance to the dungeon Doom in the center of the world.

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I yell VERAMOCOR, and the jaws of Hell open. I make sure I am healthy and head in.

Floors 1-7 are not very hard; they are mostly a giant maze. Levels 7 and 8 are a different story.

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This is the entrance. The purple walls are ethereal fields that only Lord British's Scepter can dispel. If any of the Shadowlords were still alive, they would be waiting in this room to take back the Scepter.

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I dispel the fields to the west and exit the room.

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I then take the ladder down.

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I then take the northernmost ladder down to level 3.

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Here is a (partial) map of level 3.

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I head for the southeast corner and search the eastern wall for a hidden door.

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This leads to a room containing three daemons and a ladder. I dispel the central field and kill the daemons when they file through the narrow opening. I then climb down the ladder.

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There is no reason not to continue down to level 5, so I do.

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I then head east and use the grappling hook to climb up the pit to level 4.

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I head south and climb down the pit in the center of a cross-shaped hallway.

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I then head east and turn north at the intersection.

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I then climb up the nearest pit to level 4.

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I head to the northeast and search the eastern space for a hidden pit. I climb down it.

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I drop down directly on the ladder to level 6, so I head down.

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Here is a crappy map of level 6. I head east to the dungeon room.

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This battle is not too hard.

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It is especially easy when I can cast IN VAS GRAV CORP!

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When all the monsters are dead, I head south.

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I take the nearby ladder down to level 7. I make sure to rest-up and head for the room to the north.

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This battle is basically impossible to win. Not only are there two dragons, three daemons, five sand traps (those monsters in the center), but also there are 3-4 wisps that appear when I take off LB's crown. I probably tried fifteen times to beat this room and did not even come close.

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My most promising strategy was to step back and cast IN VAS GRAV CORP once or twice to defeat the visible enemies. Unfortunately, I always got my ass kicked by the wisps.

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Finally, I say, "screw it", and I cast IN VAS POR YLEM (i.e. Tremor) once to get rid of the sand traps (the center sand trap is hiding the exit ladder).

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I then run for the ladder.

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I get no opportunity to rest up for this battle. First, I cast IN VAS GRAV CORP to get rid of the enemies to the south.

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I cast it again to mop-up the foes to the west.

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I attack the northwest section of wall to reveal a bridge across the water. Unfortunately, it also reveals a never-ending supply of mongbats. I skedaddle westwards.

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I rest after that ordeal. Next, I head west to another ladder up.

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This room leads directly to another encounter with mongbats. I open with AN TYM (i.e. Time Stop).

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I then head to the north and cast IN FLAM HUR.

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I then use my magic axe mop up the rest.

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I then attack the wall east of the grating.

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This reveals a passage to the north.

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I head up there and attack its wall.

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This reveals a passage to the south. I head down there and attack its wall. This reveals the exit to the south.

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There is nothing to do except go down the pit, so I do.

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I head west and climb up the pit.

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Here is a map of this part of level 7. First, I rest until I am healed.

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I search the center of the hallway for a pit and climb down it.

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I fall down into a room of sharks and wisps. First, I put on LB's crown. Next, I move to the right of the room and cast IN VAS GRAV CORP several times to kill the sharks. Then I focus on the wisps. I kill one with my last Glass Sword, and I use my Magic Axe and Mystic Sword on wisps far and near respectively. Since I cannot cast VAS MANI in combat, I cast MANI a few times when I am low on HP. It does not help much, though.

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After a long battle, I prevail.

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I head clockwise around the lake. When I step on a tile at the top, a hidden passage is revealed.

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I enter it and push the northern wall to reveal the exit to the east.

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I make sure I am fully healed and then climb up the ladder.

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This is it! This is the final battle of the game! It is time to pull out all the stops!

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First, I use physical attacks to kill the mongbats north and south of me. I make sure to avoid stepping on the tile to my east because it causes the room to slowly fill with lava.

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I then dispel the southern section of the field.

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Next, I weed out some of the enemies with IN VAS GRAV CORP.

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I move south and cast it again. The rest is mere clean-up duty.

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Haha! I did it! I exit the room to the east.

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Waitaminute, there is nothing here!

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I search the space to the east and find a hidden pit. I climb down it.

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What an odd room! I notice the mirror seems to have a reflection of a man dressed in purple robes and a crown. Could it be him?

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When I approach the mirror, I am absorbed by it.

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Yes.

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I DID IT AGAIN!!

P.S. The runic at the bottom translates to:
THE QUEST OF THE AVATAR IS FOREVER
 

Silellak

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Huzzah!

Was it Ultima 4 or 5 that had the dungeon room full of hostile children? I kept waiting for that to pop up, but it never did. I was also thinking "wasn't there an Ultima where you came home and your house had been robbed?"...right before I read the Ultima 5 ending.

Funny Lazarus bug: when I got to the Dungeon Doom, there was a Shadowlord waiting that - after "talking" to it - joined the party without a word and helped me clear the rest of the dungeon. I wasn't sure if it was meant to be an easter egg or a bug, but when I posted about it on the Lazarus forums, the creators were just as confused as I was. I wish I could find the exact post, but the Lazarus forums seem to be gone. :?
 

Elzair

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Silellak said:
Was it Ultima 4 or 5 that had the dungeon room full of hostile children?

I don't know. It might have been Ultima IV that first had the hostile children, but I never found either of the rooms. Does anyone know where they are?

Funny Lazarus bug: when I got to the Dungeon Doom, there was a Shadowlord waiting that - after "talking" to it - joined the party without a word and helped me clear the rest of the dungeon. I wasn't sure if it was meant to be an easter egg or a bug, but when I posted about it on the Lazarus forums, the creators were just as confused as I was. I wish I could find the exact post, but the Lazarus forums seem to be gone. :?

That is very weird! I remember that in Lazarus I could select a Shadowlord and had limited control over it, but it would disappear if I tried to move it too far. The Shadowlords were buggy in all the versions of Lazarus I tried.
 
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Silellak said:
Huzzah!

Was it Ultima 4 or 5 that had the dungeon room full of hostile children? I kept waiting for that to pop up, but it never did. I was also thinking "wasn't there an Ultima where you came home and your house had been robbed?"...right before I read the Ultima 5 ending.

Funny Lazarus bug: when I got to the Dungeon Doom, there was a Shadowlord waiting that - after "talking" to it - joined the party without a word and helped me clear the rest of the dungeon. I wasn't sure if it was meant to be an easter egg or a bug, but when I posted about it on the Lazarus forums, the creators were just as confused as I was. I wish I could find the exact post, but the Lazarus forums seem to be gone. :?

Ultima IV had the room full of children. No, I cannot remember what dungeon they were in. Wrong seems to hit a chord, but I cannot be sure.

I refused to look at the last V screens posted here because I am doing a run through of my C64/128 version at the moment, and don't want to have my memory jogged too much. One of my favourite games of all time and a must play for anyone into computer role playing games.

All down hill now, though VI, the two VI spinoffs and VII to a degree have some decency left in them. I don't count the Underworlds in as proper Ultima's, though they are good games. Ultima 8 and 9 don't exist.
 

DaveO

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The Worlds of Ultima spinoffs are okay, but IIRC the first one is not too long to complete. I'll probably resume the Savage Empire I was going thru after completing my current Let's Play. I won't look at the Ultima 8 and 9 stuff since that's where the bad Ultimas are, although #1 seems bad due to item exploits.

BTW, congrats on making it thru the first 5 Ultimas Elzair!
 

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Re: Ultima V Part 10

Elzair said:
This battle is basically impossible to win. Not only are there two dragons, three daemons, five sand traps (those monsters in the center), but also there are 3-4 wisps that appear when I take off LB's crown. I probably tried fifteen times to beat this room and did not even come close.

You can usually beat these kinds of battle when you have the crown as you do. Kill the visible enemies first as you did and then simply equip a halberd and attack the wisps who actually are behind the walls. As long as you don't take off the crown they can't even reach you. Of course it's a little silly that you can attack through walls with halberds.
 

Elzair

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I now have gotten about 300 photos of me playing Ultima VI. I have explored Britain, Skara Brae, Yew, Trinsic and (partially) Moonglow. I have found the Runes of Justice and Honor. I should probably do an update soon, but I wanted to get everything ready. Does anyone know where I can find a complete transcript of all the dialogue? The only ones I can find are incomplete, and I am too lazy to complete the work myself. Furthermore, does anyone know where I can find a collection of all the portraits used in the game?

Since this game features a LOT more dialogue than the previous ones, I was wondering whether I should stick with my format of transcribing dialogue or should I switch to including only the most important conversations and paraphrasing the rest.
 

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We don't want you running out of steam while you're doing so good. Paraphrasing should be enough. :)
 

Elzair

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Ultima VI Part 1: It's a Trap

Ultima VI: The False Prophet

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Part 1: It's a Trap

I now have come to Ultima VI: The False Prophet. This was the first Ultima game (apart from the non-canonical Ultima: Escape From Mount Drash) that was not released on the Apple ][, the original platform. Since that system was getting long in the tooth by 1990, this was probably a good thing. This is also the first Ultima game to maintain a single-scale, constant overhead view throughout the game. This means that there is no difference between the world map, towns and dungeons; they are all part of one map. Another first is the use of VGA graphics and limited support for animation. Characters can finally walk, for instance. The world has also become more interactive. This game is also the first in the series to support a mouse (at least for DOS).

The main drawbacks is that the single-scale view makes Britannia seem a whole lot smaller than in the past. I know the size was just an illusion, but the new style feels ... cramped.

Anyway, let's fire it up!

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Here are the two usual loading screens. Now I watch a cutscene of the Avatar (me) watching T.V. The 'shows' are all animated and cycle through quickly. I can use the number keys to change channels.

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This guy gets blasted by lightning. Hah!

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The view slides from this image to the next.

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It appears the Avatar likes Domino's Pizza. The view then zooms in on the window.

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The view then shifts right to the door.

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I then head out the door.

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This scene always bothers me. It looks I stop at the circle, see the stone, walk to the circle, pick up the stone, turn around, walk all the way back to the place where I saw the stone, turn around to face the circle, and then examine the stone in my right hand. Why the hell would I do all that? It is either that or I have the power of telekinesis on Earth. WTF?!

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Here is the main screen. Notice the cursor in the corner? Ultima VI is also the first Ultima game to support a mouse. I click on "Transfer a Character." To properly transfer a character I have to copy my SAVE.GAM file from my Ultima5 directory into the directory DOSBox thinks is C:\ULTIMA. Since I have configured DOSBox's C: drive to be ~/Games, I create a new directory, ~/Games/Ultima, and copy my SAVE.GAM file into it.

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I click option C.

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Success! As usual, it divides my XP by 10.

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I now can choose a portrait for my Avatar. I choose the one that best resembles me. When I go back to the main menu, I click "Journey Onward." This plays the rest of the intro "movie."

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Uh oh! It looks like we have company!

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This is the main screen of the game. The viewport is smaller than in the past, and all the icons draw attention to themselves, which makes the viewport seem even smaller. While the past games contain on-screen notifications, they did not draw attention to themselves nearly as much.

Since the game supports the mouse, I can enter commands by either pressing the key corresponding to the first letter of the command (i.e. the traditional way) or by clicking on one of the icons at the bottom of the screen and then clicking on the target. The icons are, from left to right, as follows: Attack, Cast, Talk, Look, Get, Drop, Move, Use, Rest, and Begin/Break-off combat. Drop is only useful when I have my inventory selected, and the icon at the right changes depending on whether or not I am in combat mode. Basically, all combat mode does is enable companion AI. Since the game begins in combat mode, it is time to deal with the three gargoyle hitchhikers.

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Since I only have a sword equipped, I move in close. To demonstrate the new interface, I click the red sword icon on the left and then I click on the gargoyle I want to attack. The mouse cursor is always smaller than the cursor displayed when using the keyboard.

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After the gargoyles are dispatched, I loot their bodies. To see the items they drop, I must look at their corpses. I select the eye icon and then select a body. Since there are no more enemies, I click on the blue sheathed sword icon on the right to Break-off combat.

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Notice how the icon has now changed to a red icon showing two crossed blades? I can press that to enter combat mode.

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If an object is light enough, I can carry it around. I get it by clicking the fifth icon from the left and selecting the object I want to pick-up. I must be standing near an object to get it.

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I click on the icon representing me to display my inventory. Notice the dead body is now here? The paper doll on the left shows what items I have equipped and the 3x4 matrix on the right shows what items I am carrying. "E: 1/29s" means that my currently equipped items weigh 1 stone, and they can weigh up to 29 stone. "I: 23/58s" means that I am carrying 23 stones worth of items, and I can carry a maximum of 58 stones. The two maximum ratings seem to depend on a multiple of either 1x or 2x my strength score.

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To drop the dead body from my inventory, I open my inventory, click on the sixth icon from the right, and select the dead body.

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I then select the location to drop the corpse at. I have to drop it nearby.

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I look at all the dead gargoyles to see what loot they have. I get what I want and then talk to Lord British.

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Copy Protection?! SHIT!!

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He is talking about the manual. This time it was written by Lord British himself.

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What art reapers remnants of?

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Enchanted Forest.

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Tomb Walls.

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Thou art correct.

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What valued item canst one find near the spawning grounds of Hydras?

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Nightshade.

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Thou art correct.

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Thus far they have mainly been attacking the shrines of the eight virtues.

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Shrines.

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Virtues.

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Stay strong in thy commitment to the eight virtues. It is our belief in them that sets us apart from the cruel invaders who would destroy all that we hold dear.

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Bye.

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May fortune favor thee.

I now speak to Geoffrey. He is the armored fellow on the right.

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Good luck, and my prayers go with thee. Best not waste time talking... Who knows what acts of villainy the gargoyles are comitting even as we speak?

I then speak with Nystul, LB's court mage.

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Might I examine it?

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This is interesting.

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She has studied many languages, and perhaps she can decipher this book for thee.

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One more thing, Avatar...

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Yes.

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Such items are quite rare.

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I speak to LB and show him the stone.

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I now explore the castle for a while.

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I must use a door to open it. This gets annoying fast.

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It is nice that Origin included so many descriptions. To the left of the throne room is the room LB gave me.

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I search the chest to reveal a bunch of reagents. I also grab the bag to the southwest. Bags both make it easier to organize my inventory and (possibly) increase the number of items I can carry.

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On the table is my spellbook. Like in the last game, a character can only cast spells from a circle lesser than or equal to his or her current level, and all spells require various reagents and are cast by various incantations. Unlike the last games, a character in Ultima VI needs a spellbook in their hand to cast spells. Furthermore, spell books do not automatically contain all the possible spells. I need to buy/find most spells from various sources (mostly vendors). Here are all the new (and old) words and their respective meanings.

An: Negate
Bet: Small
Corp: Death
Des: Down
Ex: Freedom
Flam: Flame
Grav: Energy
Hur: Wind
In: Create
Jux: Danger
Kal: Summon
Lor: Light
Mani: Life
Nox: Poison
Ort: Magic
Por: Move(ment)
Quas: Illusion
Rel: Change
Sanct: Protect(ion)
Tym: Time
Uus: Up
Vas: Great
Wis: Know(ledge)
Xen: Creature
Ylem: Matter
Zu: Sleep

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I take the key on LB's nightstand. I head west and then south.

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I loot the chest in Nystul's room for some nice items.

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Laid out on a table are all the different potions in the game. I believe they have the same uses as in the last game with two exceptions. Maybe it is just a bug in my game, but an orange potion puts me to sleep, and a blue potion wakes me up. Weird!

Yellow: Lesser Heal
Red: Cure Poison
Green: Poison
Blue: Awaken
Orange: Sleep
Black: Invisibility
White: Light
Purple: Protection

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EEK!! I find a rat roaming the southwest corner of the castle.

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I wonder if it talks?

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Name.

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No.

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Oh, that's too bad.

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I loot the kitchen larder for some cheese and head back.

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One cool thing about this game is that I can hit the number keys 1-6 (or so) to put a character in solo mode. This means that I can directly control that character, and the other party members will remain where they are. To demonstrate this, I press 1 to put the Avatar in solo mode. To get back to normal, I move near the others and press 0 to put me back in party mode.

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Unfortunately, Sherry the rat is gone. However, there is an interesting crystal ball in the corner. When I look at it, I will either take slight damage or I can view a specific part of the overworld.

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I view the location 10N 10E.

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Since LB told me I could take anything I needed, I do just that. I now head out to the courtyard.

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It looks like the portcullis is down and the drawbridge is up. I use the key LB gave me to unlock the door to my south, and I flip the lever inside to raise the portcullis.

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I move right, use the same key to unlock the door, and turn the crank to lower the drawbridge.

I am now a free man! I will cover my initial exploration next time.
 

oldmanpaco

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Yeesh said:
W00t! This is the Ultima of which I have the fondest memories! Most excellent LP action!

This is the one I enjoyed the most as well.
 

Silellak

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Hooray, Ultima VI! My third favorite in the series, but still one of my all-time favorite games. It's been ages since I played it though, so I was really looking forward to this one.

Isn't this also the first Ultima where you don't really have to worry about Karma? Or is that Ultima VII?

I'd suggest paraphrasing non-plot conversations, both for your sanity and our own. Obviously it's up to you to decide what is worth repeating verbatim and what is only worth of a summary.
 

Luzur

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