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The Legacy -Realm Of Terror

HOME IS WHERE THE HEART STOPS - A PLAYERS GUIDE TO 
MICROPROSE'S  "THE LEGACY - REALM OF TERROR"

INTRODUCTION
------------	
Welcome to "The Legacy". Most likely, the reason you are 
reading this is because you have been slightly baffled by the game and 
have no idea how to proceed, or you have completely given up on the game 
because you were totally stuck.
	
The following pages include descriptions and locations of all 
of the game objects, names and descriptions of all of the monsters (and 
other assorted beings), and complete solutions to all of the game puzzles. 
	
We hope you find this helpful. Have fun!

-- Dave Ellis
   MicroProse Quality Assurance


		       ****ADDITIONAL GAME CREDITS****

QUALITY ASSURANCE (U.S.)..................MIKE CORCORAN
					  DAVE ELLIS
					  AL ROIREAU
					  DESTIN STRADER
					  TIM TRAIN

PLAYER'S GUIDE TEXT, MAPS & RESEARCH......DAVE ELLIS

U.S. PRODUCT MANAGER......................MONIQUE CARON

(VERY SPECIAL THANKS TO PETER WOODS AND JIM BAMBRA FOR ALL THEIR HELP AND
 COOPERATION IN HELPING TO PUT TOGETHER THIS HINT GUIDE, AND TO QUENTIN
 CHANEY FOR HIS HELP IN ITS DISTRIBUTION.)



  ********************THE BEST "LEGACY" HINT OF ALL***********************

"THE LEGACY" IS NOT A GAME OF COMBAT - IT IS A GAME OF WITS AND PUZZLE-
SOLVING. IN MOST CASES, THE BEST ADVICE I CAN GIVE IS TO JUST RUN, DODGE,
AND AVOID BATTLE UNLESS AS AN ABSOLUTE LAST RESORT!

  ************************************************************************



(1) OBJECTS

		One of the best ways to utilize your resources 
wisely while playing "The Legacy" is to know where you can get the items 
you will need to perform a task or to solve a puzzle.  Below, is a list of all 
of the items in the game, where they can be found, how many of each item 
is available in the game, whether it is specifically used to solve a puzzle, 
and a brief description of each.

Item:  Astrolabe
Number in Game: 1
Location(s):  Basement Level 2 
Needed for Puzzle Solution?:  Yes
Description:
		A device used in conjunction with a telescope by ancient 
astronomers to track the movement of stars.  

Item:  Batteries
Number in Game: 2
Location(s):  Level 3 (The Asylum); Basement Level 1
Needed for Puzzle Solution?:  No
Description:
		Used to power the flashlight and boom box. Each set lasts 
2 - 4 game hours.

Item:  Book of Matches
Number in Game:  2
Location(s):   Level 2; Basement Level 2
Needed for Puzzle Solution?: Yes 
Description:
		An ordinary book of matches, which can be used for burning 
and lighting many things (see Sections 6.02, 6.04, & 6.09 for details).

Item:  Brief Case
Number in Game: 1
Location(s):  Level 1 (The Ground Floor) 
Needed for Puzzle Solution?: No 
Description:
		Used to store and carry objects. 

Item:  Chinese Coins
Number in Game: 5
Location(s):  Level 3 (The Asylum)
Needed for Puzzle Solution?:  Yes
Description:
		You must possess these five coins in order to summon the 
Karcist.  (See Puzzles and Solutions for more details). 

Item:  Circlet of Magic Protection
Number in Game: 1
Location(s):  Level 3  
Needed for Puzzle Solution?:  No
Description:
		Helps protect you against magical attacks. 

Item:  
Coffin Dust
Number in Game:  7  
Location(s):   Level 1; Mausoleum 
Needed for Puzzle Solution?:  Yes
Description:
		A small leather pouch, containing dust from the inside of a 
coffin (see Section 6.05 for details).

Item:  Crystal Glasses
Number in Game: 1
Location(s):  The Ethereal Plane (in possession of the Occultist)    
Needed for Puzzle Solution?:  No
Description:
		Makes the player immune to random teleports on The Astral 
Plane. 

Item:  Crystal Flute
Number in Game: 1
Location(s):  The Egyptian Tomb   
Needed for Puzzle Solution?:  Yes
Description:
		This is a small, green flute which is needed (indirectly) 
in order to complete the game.  When blown in the proper place, it will solve 
part of a puzzle.  (See Puzzles and Solutions for more details.)

Item:  Demonic Statues
Number in Game: 3
Location(s):   Level 1 (Entrance Level); Level 2; Level 3 (The Asylum)
Needed for Puzzle Solution?:  Yes
Description:
		The statues of Cartag, Pthark, and Skaruk.  They are part of 
the solution to a puzzle on Level 4 (The Museum).  (See Puzzles and Solutions 
for more details.)

Item:  Electronic Tool Kit
Number in Game: 1
Location(s):  Basement Level 2 
Needed for Puzzle Solution?:  No
Description:
		Used to pick electronic locks and repair electrical devices. 

Item:  Document Wallet
Number in Game: 2
Location(s):  Level 2; Basement Level 1  
Needed for Puzzle Solution?:  No 
Description:
		A portfolio for holding documents.  Handy for carrying around 
multiple notes, diary pages, etc.  

Item:  Eye of Agla
Number in Game: 1
Location(s):   Must be constructed
Needed for Puzzle Solution?:  Yes
Description:
		This item is vital:  without it, you cannot get to 
Belthegor's lair and end the game.  (See Puzzles and Solutions for details.)

Item:  First Aid Kit
Number in Game:  17
Location(s):   See description. 
Needed for Puzzle Solution?:  No
Description:
		The First Aid Kits don't solve puzzles, but they are 
vital to finishing the game, and must be used wisely.  Each kit contains 
between 4 and 8 bandages.  Below is a list of the levels where First Aid Kits 
are located, and how many kits are on each of the levels:

Level 1 - 3; Level 2 - 3; Level 3 - 2; Level 4 - 1; Mausoleum - 3; Egyptian 
Tomb - 2; Basement Level 2 - 1; Basement Level 3 - 2 

There are no First Aid Kits on Basement Level 1, The Astral Plane, or The 
Ethereal Plane. 


Item:  Flashlight
Number in Game: 1 
Location(s):   Level 1 
Needed for Puzzle Solution?:  No
Description:
	Just like every flashlight, it lights up dark rooms!

Item:  Food
Number in Game:  8 containers (multiple servings in some containers)  
Location(s):   See description. 
Needed for Puzzle Solution?:  No
Description:
	Food in the game comes in two forms:  fast food, and tasty Snax.  
Below is a breakdown of the levels where food can be found, and the number 
of food items on each level:

Level 1 - 1; Level 2 - 1; Level 3 - 1; Level 4 - 2; Basement Level 1 - 1; 
Basement Level 2 - 1; Basement Level 3 - 1

There is also a third (and rather unsavory) source of food on Basement 
Level 3 (see "Scummy Jar" description for details). There is no food 
available in the Mausoleum or the Egyptian Tomb.

Item:  Funerary Urn
Number in Game:  1
Location(s):    Basement Level 1 
Needed for Puzzle Solution?:  Yes
Description:
		Contains the spirit and remains of the Japanese warrior 
Shintaro Fujiyama.  When brought together with all of Fujiyama's earthly 
belongings, certain weapons become magically enhanced.  (See Puzzles and 
Solutions section for details.)

Item:  Fungi
Number in Game:  2 
Location(s):    Level 3; The Egyptian Tomb
Needed for Puzzle Solution?:  No
Description:
		A useless magical plant which causes you to drop items from 
your inventory at random.

Item:  Gas  
Number in Game:  3  
Location(s):    Basement Level 1; Basement Level 3; The Mausoleum
Needed for Puzzle Solution?:  No
Description:
		Fuel for the chainsaw.

Item:  Green Gem
Number in Game:  1 
Location(s):    Level 3 (The Asylum) 
Needed for Puzzle Solution?:  Yes
Description:
		When placed in the proper location, this gem unlocks a secret 
door (see Puzzles and Solutions section for details).

Item:  Ghetto Blaster (Boom Box)
Number in Game:   1
Location(s):    The Egyptian Tomb 
Needed for Puzzle Solution?:  No
Description:
	The music from the Ghetto Blaster decreases the accuracy of Carrion 
attacks.

Item:  Golden Torc of Gothua
Number in Game:   1
Location(s):    The Mausoleum 
Needed for Puzzle Solution?:  Yes
Description:
	A gold crown. You must have it to win the game.


Item:  Hand of Glory
Number in Game:   1
Location(s):    Level 3 (The Asylum) 
Needed for Puzzle Solution?:  Yes
Description:
	This is the hand of a criminal, which has been mounted on a 
candlestick and turned into a gruesome candle (see Section 6.04 for details).

Item:  Heart of the Karcist
Number in Game:  1
Location(s):    Level 4 
Needed for Puzzle Solution?:  Yes
Description:
	 A ghastly object which looks like a human heart with thorns stuck 
through it (see Section 6.06 for details).

Item:  Holy Water
Number in Game:  12
Location(s):    Level 1; Level 2; Basement Level 1; The Mausoleum 
Needed for Puzzle Solution?:  No
Description:
	 Restores a small amount of health and magical energy if you drink it.  
Holy Water can also be used as a weapon (against Daemons and Ghosts), and can 
be drunk to counteract the effects of poison.

Item:  Horned Skull
Number in Game:  1
Location(s):    Egyptian Tomb 
Needed for Puzzle Solution?:  No
Description:
	 A demonic skull used in cult rituals. 

Item:  Incense Burner
Number in Game:  1
Location(s):    Basement Level 2 
Needed for Puzzle Solution?:  Yes
Description:
	A container used for burning powdered incense (see Section 4 for 
details). 

Item:  JuJu Fetish
Number in Game:  1  
Location(s):    Level 1 
Needed for Puzzle Solution?:  Yes
Description:
	A symbol of strong voodoo magic which looks like the forearm and hand 
of a human skeleton (see Section 6.01 for details).

Item:  Lantern
Number in Game:  1  
Location(s):    Level 3 
Needed for Puzzle Solution?:  No
Description:
	An oil-burning lantern.

Item:  Mayan Jade Effigy
Number in Game:  1  
Location(s):    Level 4
Needed for Puzzle Solution?:  Yes
Description:
	A ceremonial Mayan statue (see Section 4.10 for Details). 

Item:  Mechanical Tool Kit
Number in Game:  2
Location(s):    Level 1; Basement Level 3
Needed for Puzzle Solution?:  No 
Description:
	A set of tools which can be used to pick mechanical locks and to 
repair jammed firearms.

Item:  Meteorite Fragment
Number in Game:  1  
Location(s):    Basement Level 3 
Needed for Puzzle Solution?:  Yes
Description:
	An item needed to construct the Eye of Agla (see Section 6.07 for 
details). 


Item:  Mogana Leaves
Number in Game:  1  
Location(s):    Basement Level 2 
Needed for Puzzle Solution?:  Yes
Description:
	The leaves from the Mogana plant, sometimes used to make incense (see 
Section 6.09 for details).

Item:  Mortar and Pestle
Number in Game:  1  
Location(s):    Basement Level 2 
Needed for Puzzle Solution?:  Yes
Description:
	A bowl and rod, used to grind objects into powder(see Section 6.09 
for details).

Item:  Museum Plaques
Number in Game:  3  
Location(s):    Level 2; Basement Level 1; Basement Level 2 
Needed for Puzzle Solution?:  Yes
Description:
	Gold plaques with descriptions printed on them (see Section 6.04 for 
details).

Item:  Oil
Number in Game:  3  
Location(s):    Level 2; Level 4; Basement Level 1 
Needed for Puzzle Solution?:  No
Description:
	Fuel for the lantern.

Item:  Red Liquid
Number in Game:  1 
Location(s):    Basement Level 2 
Needed for Puzzle Solution?:  No
Description:
	"Tonic of Bodily Fortitude".  Drinking it increases your strength. 

Item:  Remote Control
Number in Game:  1  
Location(s):    Level 3 
Needed for Puzzle Solution?:  Yes
Description:
		Controller which looks like a VCR remote control, used for 
opening some electronic locks (see Section 6.03 for details).

Item:  Security Card
Number in Game:  1  
Location(s):    Level 3 
Needed for Puzzle Solution?:  Yes
Description:
		An electronic key-card, used to open some electronic locks 
(see Section 6.03 for details).

Item:  Vanity Mirror
Number in Game:  1  
Location(s):    Basement Level 2 
Needed for Puzzle Solution?:  Yes
Description:
	A gold-plated, hand mirror (see Section 6.07 for details).


(2) WEAPONS

	Below are all of the weapons available in the game, listed by 
the level where they are found. The type of skill needed to use each is 
listed, along with a rating of the weapon's effectiveness (* = weakest, 
***** = most powerful).


****LEVEL 1****

Weapon: Green Bottle
Number in Game: 2
Skill Used: Club
Weapons Rating: *

Weapon: Metal Vase
Number in Game: 1
Skill Used: Club
Weapons Rating: *


Weapon: Poker
Number in Game: 1
Skill Used: Club
Weapons Rating: **

Weapon: Small-caliber Revolver
Number in Game: 1
Skill Used: Firearms
Weapons Rating: **


****LEVEL 2****

Weapon: Baseball Bat
Number in Game: 1
Skill Used: Club
Weapons Rating: **

Weapon: .38 Revolver
Number in Game: 1
Skill Used: Firearms
Weapons Rating: ***


****LEVEL 3****

Weapon: Axe
Number in Game: 1
Skill Used: Club
Weapons Rating: **

Weapon: Fire Extinguisher
Number in Game: 2
Skill Used: Firearms
Weapons Rating: None (***** vs. Fire Spawn)

Weapon: .45 Automatic Pistol
Number in Game: 1
Skill Used: Firearms
Weapons Rating: ***


****LEVEL 4****

Weapon: Assegai (Zulu Spear)
Number in Game: 1
Skill Used: Club
Weapons Rating: * (**** when used with Zulu Shield vs. Hellions)

Weapon: Katana Sword
Number in Game: 1
Skill Used: Blade
Weapons Rating: *****

Weapon: Winchester Rifle
Number in Game: 1
Skill Used: Firearms
Weapons Rating: ****


****THE MAUSOLEUM****

Weapon: Chainsaw
Number in Game: 1
Skill Used: Blade
Weapons Rating: *****

Weapon: Double-Barrel Shotgun
Number in Game: 1
Skill Used: Firearms
Weapons Rating: *****


****BASEMENT LEVEL 1****

Weapon: Kitchen Knife
Number in Game: 1
Skill Used: Blade
Weapons Rating: **

Weapon: Savage .311 Shotgun
Number in Game: 1
Skill Used: Firearms
Weapons Rating: * (***** vs. Death Leaches)


****BASEMENT LEVEL 2****

Weapon: Wakizashi Sword
Number in Game: 1
Skill Used: Blade
Weapons Rating: ****

Weapon: .44 Magnum Revolver
Number in Game: 1
Skill Used: Firearms
Weapons Rating: ****


****BASEMENT LEVEL 3****

Weapon: M-16 
Number in Game: 1
Skill Used: Firearms
Weapons Rating: *****

Weapon: Sacrificial Dagger
Number in Game: 1
Skill Used: Blade
Weapons Rating: ** (***** vs. Servitors)


No weapons are available in the Egyptian Tomb, or on the Astral and 
Ethereal Planes.


(3) SPELLS

	Below are all of the spells available in the game, listed by the 
level on which they are found. A brief description of each is given, along 
with the type of spell (offensive, defensive, or enhancement) and a rating of 
the spell's offensive or defensive effectiveness (* = weakest, ***** = most 
powerful). The differences in effectiveness shown indicate difference between 
a standard strength and a "prepared" (higher strength) spell.


****LEVEL 1****

Spell: "Iron Fist of Agatta"
Type: Enhancement
Rating: * to **
Description:
	Temporarily increases your strength.

Spell: "Shroud of the Dark Walker"
Type: Defense
Rating: * to **
Description:
	Reduces the effectiveness of physical attacks by monsters.


****LEVEL 2****

Spell: "Aura of Mystic Defense"
Type: Defense
Rating: ** to ***
Description:
	Reduces the effectiveness of magical attacks by monsters.

Spell: ""Flames of Desolation""
Type: Offensive
Rating: *** to ***** (* vs. Fire Spawn)
Description:
	Launches powerful fireballs at your attacker.


****LEVEL 3****

Spell: "Crimson Mists of Myamato"
Type: Defense
Rating: ** to ****
Description:
	Protects you from physical attacks by monsters.

Spell: "Dimensional Rift"
Type: Special
Rating: N/A
Description:
	Opens portals to the Ethereal Plane when cast on a rune or a 
Rune Stone.

Spell: "Key of the Shadow Lord"
Type: Special
Rating: N/A
Description:
	Unlocks most doors, whether mechanically or magically sealed.


****LEVEL 4****

Spell: "Guiding Eye of Xython"
Type: Enhancement
Rating: * to **
Description:
	Increases the accuracy of melee and ranged attacks.


****THE MAUSOLEUM****

Spell: "Sight of the Dark Walker"
Type: Enhancement
Rating: N/A
Description:
	Allows you to see in the dark. Higher level prepared spells 
allow you to see even more clearly.

Spell: "Sword of the Shadow"
Type: Offensive
Rating: * to **
Description:
	A ranged, magical attack.


****BASEMENT LEVEL 1****

Spell: "Belgor's Mental Violation"
Type: Offensive
Rating: ** to ***
Description:
	A ranged, magical attack which affects the mind of the victim.

Spell: "Elixir of Health"
Type: Enhancement
Rating: N/A
Description:
	Increases your health. Higher level prepared spells add more health 
than standard level spells. An excellent substitute for First Aid Kits.


****BASEMENT LEVEL 2****

Spell: "Arcane Tower of Reason"
Type: Defense
Rating: ** to ***
Description:
	Protects you from becoming paralyzed by fear.

Spell: "Maelstrom of the Mind"
Type: Offensive
Rating: ** to ****
Description:
	Affects the mental capacities of the victim.


****BASEMENT LEVEL 3****

Spell: "Malevolent Compression"
Type: Offensive
Rating: * to **
Description:
	Shrinks your victims a fraction of their original size, reducing 
the strength of their attacks.

Spell: "Swift Limbs of Mercury"
Type: Enhancement
Rating: N/A
Description:
	Increases your speed, making it easier to dodge enemies and run away 
from unpleasant situations.                               


****THE EGYPTIAN TOMB****

Spell: "Malevolent Compression"
Type: Offensive
Rating: * to **
Description:
	Shrinks your victims a fraction of their original size, reducing 
the strength of their attacks.

Spell: "Mantle of Endurance"
Type: Enhancement
Rating: N/A
Description:
	Improves your health and endurance.

Spell: "Obsidian Shards of Annihilation"
Type: Offensive
Rating: *** to ****
Description:
	Powerful spell which launches balls of pure energy at your opponent.



****THE ETHEREAL PLANE****

Spell: "Winds of Destruction"
Type: Offensive
Rating: ** to ***
Description:
	Hurls miniature hurricanes at your opponent.



(4) PEOPLE, MONSTERS, AND DEITIES

Below is a description of each of the people, creatures, and evil deities you 
will encounter as you wander through the house, along with information on 
where they are found, how they attack, and which attacks and defenses 
work best against each of them.


****THE PEOPLE****

DEE KIRBY (PRIVATE DETECTIVE)
Location: Level 2, Room #7
Attack: Physical
Best Attack: Any
Best Defenses: Bulletproof Vest, Samurai Armor, Zulu Shield, "Crimson 
		Mists of Myamato", "Shroud of the Dark Walker"
Description:
	Dee is a private investigator who was hired to investigate the 
strange events taking place in the house.  She is a young woman with short, 
dark hair.  When you meet her, you will swear you have seen her wandering the 
halls of Level 2, but she has actually been locked in this room since before 
you arrived.  Talk to her; she has a definite attitude problem, but she will 
provide you with some interesting and useful facts.  She will not attack 
unless you attack first.

ELLEN PRENTISS
Location: Level 3 (The Asylum)
Attack: Physical (Axe)
Best Attack: Any
Best Defenses: Bulletproof Vest, Samurai Armor, Zulu Shield, "Crimson 
		Mists of Myamato", "Shroud of the Dark Walker"
Description:
	Ellen is a middle-aged woman of large build with dark hair.   She was 
driven insane by the strange events in the house. She now just wanders the 
halls of the Asylum, cackling insanely to herself. You will have to kill her 
to retrieve the items she carries.

CHARLES WENLOCK (The Occultist)
Location: The Ethereal Plane
Attack: Physical
Best Attack: Any
Best Defenses:  Bulletproof Vest, Samurai Armor, Zulu Shield, "Crimson 
		Mists of Myamato", "Shroud of the Dark Walker"
Description:
	Mr. Wenlock has been trapped and wandering on the Ethereal Plane for 
some time.  He will ask for your help, even before you reach the Ethereal 
Plane itself!  (Remember the breathing wall in The Asylum...?) Unfortunately, 
your abilities are not sufficient to rescue him, and he will be trapped 
on the Ethereal Plane forever.  This doesn't mean that you shouldn't at least 
offerto help...if he senses that your intentions are good, he will share some 
important items and information to help you on your quest.

CARL WINTHROP
Location: Level 4 (The Museum), Room #16; The Egyptian Tomb, Room #4
Attack: Physical (Knife)
Best Attack: Any
Best Defenses: Bulletproof Vest, Samurai Armor, Zulu Shield, "Crimson 
		Mists of Myamato", "Shroud of the Dark Walker"
Description:
	Carl is a young man with blonde hair.  When you meet him in the 
Museum, he can provide you with some helpful information.  But be careful! He 
is armed with a knife, and is very high-strung; too many questions, and he is 
very likely to attack you.
	When you see Carl in the Egyptian Tomb, he is beyond talking. The only 
thing you can do is avoid him entirely, or kill him promptly.



****THE MONSTERS****

BLOODBEASTS
Location: Level 3 (The Asylum); The Ethereal Plane
Attack: Physical (Bite)
Best Attack: Any (Ranged attacks preferable)
Best Defenses: Bulletproof Vest, Samurai Armor, Zulu Shield, "Crimson 
		Mists of Myamato", "Shroud of the Dark Walker"
Description:
	Bloodbeasts are the nastiest non-magical creatures you are likely to 
encounter.  They are grayish in color, and look like coiled snakes with two 
flat, rounded heads (one at the top, one at the bottom) and two big mouths 
full of sharp teeth. They float above the floor, and can move fairly quickly.
When faced with a Bloodbeast, the best bet is to attack it from a distance 
with a gun or with spells.  If you must fight in close combat, make sure you 
are wearing armor or using a protective spell (preferably both!).  Their 
attack is devastating, but they cannot hit you unless you are right next to 
them, as they have no ranged attacks. 

CARRION
Location: The Egyptian Tomb
Attack: Sound
Best Attack: Any
Best Defenses: Distracting noise (such as music)
Description:
	These creatures look exactly like mummies from ancient Egypt. They 
seldom wander, generally staying in a single room or corridor. Carrion attack 
through the use of sound. This means that they have very good range, and can 
even attack through walls and doors. Normal physical defenses are ineffective 
against them. However, loud noise (such as music) will greatly decrease the 
accuracy of their attacks.

DAEMONS
Location: Level 2
Attack: Physical (Claws) and Magical
Best Attack: Holy Water
Best Defenses: At range:  Circlet of Magic Protection, "Aura of Mystic 
		Defense"
	       In close combat:  Bulletproof Vest, Samurai Armor, Zulu Shield,
		"Crimson Mists of Myamato", "Shroud of the Dark Walker"
Description:
	The Daemons are fast moving, purple creatures which fly around this 
level of the house. They move very quickly, and have the ability to launch 
magical attacks froma distance. Most weapons will work against them, but they 
are very strong and hard to kill by physical or magical means: their ability 
to attack magically will generally bring about your demise before you can 
kill them. However, the Daemons' one weakness is holy water. A single thrown 
bottle will kill them instantly.

DEATH LEECHES
Location: Basement Level 2
Attack: Physical (Bite) 
Best Attack: Rock Salt
Best Defenses: Bulletproof Vest, Samurai Armor, Zulu Shield, "Crimson 
		Mists of Myamato", "Shroud of the Dark Walker"
Description:
	The death leeches move in leaps and bounds, burrowing through the 
ground between leaps. They have an excellent stealth advantage - they are 
below your field of view if they are right next to you. You can easily be 
surprised by one that pops up out of the ground directly in front of you. 
Because they stay so low to the ground, the only effective way to attack them 
is from a distance, with either guns or spells. 
	Rock salt is particularly effective against them, but you must first 
find some way of delivering the salt to the target (throwing it won't work).  
Two shots of salt should kill them.

FIRE SPAWN
Location: Level 3 (The Asylum); The Astral Plane
Attack: Physical 
Best Attack:  Fire Extinguisher
Best Defenses: Bulletproof Vest, Samurai Armor, Zulu Shield, 
		"Crimson Mists of Myamato", "Shroud of the Dark Walker"
Description:
	These strange creatures from the Astral Plane appear only as an orange 
blob of flame. They are relatively slow, and do little damage per attack, 
but they are nearly impossible to kill by any physical means. Offensive magic 
seems to have little or no effect on them. Luckily, even in their home 
dimension, fire is fire. You can extinguish them with just a couple of blasts 
from an ordinary fire extinguisher. 


GHOSTS
Location: Level 2
Attack: Physical 
Best Attack: Free the ghosts from their earthly bonds.  (See Puzzles and 
		Solutions section for details)
Best Defenses:  Bulletproof Vest, Samurai Armor, Zulu Shield, Crimson Mists of 
		Myamato, "Shroud of the Dark Walker"
Description:
	The ghosts which wander the second floor of the mansion, are actually 
servants of Melchoir. Their souls are in eternal torment, and they are bound 
physical plane by magical means. 
	Most of the ghosts will attack you on sight. They move at an average 
speed, but have the ability to move through walls and other obstructions, 
making hiding much more difficult. Offensive magic has little effect on them, 
and physical attacks are nearly as futile. Like the daemons, however, they 
can be destroyed by holy water.
	There is one ghost in the game who will attempt conversation with you.  
It is advised that you listen to what he has to say - it is definitely 
important, and will provide you with a clue to sending the ghosts back to 
their own plane of existence.

GHOULS
Location: Basement Level 1
Attack: Physical (Claws), Poison
Best Attack: Any (Ranged attacks preferable)
Best Defenses:  Bulletproof Vest, Samurai Armor, Zulu Shield, Crimson Mists of 
		Myamato, "Shroud of the Dark Walker"
Description:
	Ghouls are green creatures who move around quickly on all fours.  
They have no method of ranged attack, but will attack fiercely with their 
claws when you are face to face with them. Repeated attacks from a ghoul 
can cause you to be poisoned. If this happens, you will need to cure the 
condition, or it will eventually lead to your death. For this reason, it is 
best to avoid close contact with these creatures. Use a gun or magic to attack 
them from a distance.  They are fairly easy to kill.

HELLIONS
Location:  Basement Level 2
Attack: Physical (Weapon) 
Best Attack:  Assegai and Zulu Shield combined 
Best Defenses:  Bulletproof Vest, Samurai Armor, Zulu Shield, Crimson Mists of 
		Myamato, "Shroud of the Dark Walker"
Description:
	These creatures look like muscular daemons with bat-wings and rather 
mean looking weapons.  They move fairly slowly, and are average fighters.  
They have no means of ranged attack. Although any offensive spell or physical 
weapon will work against them, the best means of attack and defense is the 
combined use of the assegai and the Zulu shield.  Possession of these items 
will lessen the accuracy of their attacks, and increase the effectiveness of 
yours.

LURKERS
Location: All Levels Except:  The Mausoleum, The Egyptian Tomb, and The 
				Ethereal and Astral Planes
Attack: Magical
Best Attack:  None!
Best Defenses:  Circlet of Magic Protection, "Aura of Mystic Defense"
Description:
	Lurkers are fearsome looking creatures: green, with multiple 
tentacles and gaping mouths full of sharp teeth.  They float through the air 
and through walls at a leisurely pace, and are found almost anywhere you 
go.  They are easily the most powerful non-deity creatures you will meet.
You will meet your first Lurker fairly quickly (and you'll know when you 
have by the way your character becomes petrified with fright and screams 
uncontrollably!). Whatever you do, don't attack them!  Unless they are 
attacked first, they are completely harmless, and will just look you over 
occasionally.  If you do attack, they will respond by hurling every spell in 
the book at you. It is unlikely that you will have the power or health, even 
at late stages of the game, to stage an effective offensive. 
	(Caution!:  Once you know a Lurker is in the area, be careful to 
make sure he's not in the path of any offensive spell or gunshot you launch 
at another monster (or any offensive spell the monster in question might 
launch at you!). This will be interpreted as an attack on the Lurker! Once a 
Lurker has been attacked, he is your enemy for the rest of the game.)


NIGHTCRAWLERS
Location: Level 4 (The Museum)
Attack: Physical 
Best Attack:  Banishment from the Physical Plane (see Puzzles and Solutions 
		section for details)
Best Defenses: Bulletproof Vest, Samurai Armor, Zulu Shield, Crimson Mists of 
		Myamato, "Shroud of the Dark Walker"
Description:
	The Nightcrawlers are red, crab-like creatures that can be found 
guarding the Museum level.  They are fast, launch vicious attacks, and are 
highly resistant to damage from physical weapons. Spells are the most 
effective way to attack, since the Nightcrawlers have no ranged attack. 
However, the solution of one of the Museum puzzles will completely banish 
all Nightcrawlers from the level. Make sure that you read all of the notes - 
one of them will give you the clue you need to solve this puzzle. 

ROCK FIENDS
Location: Basement Level 1
Attack:  Physical 
Best Attack: Any (Magic or high-damage weapons such as the chainsaw are best)
Best Defenses: Bulletproof Vest, Samurai Armor, Zulu Shield, Crimson Mists of 
		Myamato, "Shroud of the Dark Walker"
Description:
	These are gray, troll-like, slow-moving creatures which are found on 
the first basement level. They use no magic, and do only average damage, but 
they are very hard to kill due to their thick, stone-like skin. Avoid them if 
you can, but if you must attack them, use physical weapons with high damage 
potential or use magic.

SEA DAEMONS
Location:  Basement Level 3
Attack: Physical (Spear)
Best Attack: Any
Best Defenses:  The Smoke From Burning Mogana Leaves, Bulletproof Vest, 
		Samurai Armor, Zulu Shield, "Crimson Mists of Myamato", 
		"Shroud of the Dark Walker"
Description:
	The sea daemons roam the cave sections of the third basement level.  
They are green and fish-like in appearance, with huge eyes and scaled skin.  
They are not particularly fast, but there are a lot of them. They are 
vulnerable to any physical or magical attack.
	You can avoid fighting them by finding a container in which you can 
burn the leaves of the mogana plant. The sea daemons are affected by the
fumes, and anyone carrying burning mogana leaves will not be subject to 
sea daemon attacks.

SERVITORS 
Location: Basement Level 3
Attack: Physical, Magical 
Best Attack: Magic or the Sacrificial Dagger
Best Defenses: Disguise; otherwise:  At range:  Circlet of Magic Protection, 
					"Aura of Mystic Defense"
		In close combat:  Bulletproof Vest, Samurai Armor, Zulu 
			Shield, "Crimson Mists of Myamato", "Shroud of the 
			Dark Walker" 
Description: 
	These strange orange beings resemble nothing more than humanoid squids 
in long robes. Their job is to prepare the human sacrifices for the sea 
daemons. They do not move quickly, but they will attack with magic from a 
distance. They are formidable opponents. Servitors can be injured by any 
means, but ordinary weapons cannot kill them. The only way to kill a servitor 
is with offensive magic or the sacrificial dagger. The best defense to use 
against the servitors is disguise. If you look like them, they will not attack 
you (unless you attack them first). If you search carefully, you will be able 
to come up with a very convincing disguise...


SKELETONS
Location: Mausoleum
Attack: Physical (Spear)
Best Attack: Any
Best Defenses: Bulletproof Vest, Samurai Armor, Zulu Shield, "Crimson Mists of 
		Myamato", "Shroud of the Dark Walker"
Description:
	The skeletons are all that remain of the bulk of the Winthrop family 
(and, of course, they aren't spending eternity lying quietly in their crypts 
as they should be...). Surprisingly fast for dead folks, you'll find a 
skeleton around just about every turn. Skeletons are affected by any sort of 
offensive spell or weapon (and the chainsaw seems particularly effective...).   
When you defeat a skeleton, it will collapse into a pile of bones on the 
floor. Unfortunately, they have a tendency to come back to life if you walk 
over their remains, making it necessary to defeat them once again. To prevent 
this, you must either avoid walking over their remains or destroy the 
bones by dissolving them with coffin dust (which you can find at various 
locations throughout the house).

SLIMES
Location: Level 4 (The Museum)
Attack: Physical
Best Attack: Physical (Melee Weapons)
Best Defenses: Carrying the (lit) Hand of Glory; otherwise: Bulletproof Vest, 
		Samurai Armor, Zulu Shield, "Crimson Mists of Myamato", 
		"Shroud of the Dark Walker" 
Description:
	The slimes appear as nothing more than roaming green puddles. When 
they are adjacent to you, however, they will sprout pseudopods which will 
strike out at you. Because they travel along at floor level, ranged attacks 
do not work against them. Even melee weapons do only minimal damage, because 
the slimes are difficult to hit. They will shy away from the light cast by 
the relic known as The Hand of Glory.  When you are carrying this item, they 
will leave you alone.

ZOMBIES
Location: Level 1 (Entry Level), Mausoleum
Attack: Physical
Best Attack: Any
Best Defenses: Carrying a symbol of voodoo magic; otherwise: Bulletproof Vest, 
		Samurai Armor, Zulu Shield, "Crimson Mists of Myamato","Shroud 
		of the Dark Walker" 
Description:
	The zombies are the slowest moving, least intelligent, and easiest to 
defeat enemies in the game. They are also the first ones you encounter, 
so this works out nicely. All forms of attack work against them. They have a 
habit of instinctively following you once they have seen you. All of the 
defenses listed above are effective against them. However, most of them are  
not available to you at the start of the game.  
	(Hint:  Since they are low on both speed and intelligence, a good way 
to avoid figting them is to get them to follow you to a room. When you enter, 
they remain outside the door. Turn and open the door.  The zombies will enter, 
and you can leave. The door closes behind you, locking the zombies inside!  
(Just remember where you put them so you don't inadvertently release them 
later!))
	The other way to keep them from attacking you is to carry the
juju fetish.
	Not all of the zombies are as dumb as they seem. You may encounter one 
that knows how to use a ranged weapon - like a shotgun! (See Puzzles and 
Solutions section for details.)


****THE DEITIES****

These are the immortal beings who are behind the insidious forces which 
are in control of the Winthrop mansion.  They lurk in various areas, 
guarding certain sections of the house and manipulating the evil force 
which controls it.


ALBEROTH
Location: Basement Level 2
Attack: Magical
Best Attack: None!
Best Defenses: Banishment from the Physical Plane (See Puzzles and Solutions 
		section for details); Circlet of Magic Protection; "Aura of 
		Mystic Defense" 
Description:
	Alberoth is a yellow, tentacled creature which has the annoying 
ability to hover at every entrance to Basement Level 2 simultaneously. He 
always attacks you on sight, and will never attack physically (he doesn't have 
to - he knows every spell in the book!). He will pound you mercilessly with 
powerful spells until you either die or leave. No attack, physical or magical, 
has the least effect on Alberoth - he is immortal, and is not entirely on the 
physical plane at any time. The only way to get past him (and you must, in 
order to win the game!) is to banish him completely from the Physical Plane.  
(See Puzzles and Solutions section for details).
	
BELTHEGOR
Location: The Astral Plane
Attack: Magical
Best Attack: Magical (The stronger, the better!)
Best Defenses:  The Golden Torc of Gothua; Circlet of Magic Protection; 
		"Aura of Mystic Defense"
Description:
	Belthegor is an ugly, reddish monster with an evil visage, and 
many tentacles. He hides in a secret chamber, and never leaves the Astral 
Plane. The goal of the game is the destruction of Belthegor.  As the gods go, 
he is the most vulnerable (relatively speaking - at least magical attacks will 
affect him!). He will attack immediately with powerful magic, and only spells 
can affect him. Once you destroy Belthegor, you have won the game. 
	(Hint - Make sure that you prepare both defensive, offensive, and 
healing spells to their maximum level prior to confronting Belthegor.)

THE KARCIST
Location: The Egyptian Tomb
Attack: Magical, Touch
Best Attack: Destruction of The Heart of the Karcist
Best Defenses: Circlet of Magic Protection; "Aura of Mystic Defense"
Description:
	The Karcist is technically not a god, but he is immortal. He is 
actually what is left of Elias Winthrop, who sold his soul to Belthegor in 
exchange for immortality. He is a twisted, evil being, and he can only be 
summoned through the performance of a special ritual (see Puzzles and 
Solutions for details). He attacks through the use of magic, and his touch 
causes severe damage.
	You have the chance to talk with him prior to fighting him. Avail 
yourself of this opportunity, as you might learn something valuable. When the 
inevitable happens, any attack will work against him, but use ranged attacks 
if possible. He can also be easily defeated if you destroy his heart (see 
Puzzles and Solutions section for details).

MELCHOIR
Location: Basement Level 3; The Ethereal Plane
Attack: Magical
Best Attack: None!
Best Defenses: Wearing the Golden Torc of Gothua; otherwise: Circlet of Magic 
		Protection; "Aura of Mystic Defense"
Description:
	Melchoir looks like a giant, flying jellyfish. As soon as he sees you, 
you will be attacked. 
	Melchoir cannot be harmed or banished by any means, and he is next to 
impossible to dodge. The only way to keep him from attacking is to wear the 
Golden Torc of Gothua; as long as you don't attack first, this will protect 
you.



(5) MAP KEYS

****The Ground Floor (Level 1)****

(1)  Entrance foyer.  The stairs lead up to 3 doors which are nailed shut and 
     cannot be opened.
	Items:  note; letter; statue of Cartag; metal vase; spell book 
		(if you don't already have one)
(2)  Closet.
	Items:  note; first aid kit; briefcase
(3)     Items:  small caliber revolver; green bottle
(4)  Empty room.
(5)     Item:  security key (behind secret door)
(6)     Item:  vial of holy water
(7)     Item:  magic crystal
(8)     Item:  note
(9)     Item:  Spell - "Shroud of the Dark Walker"
(10)    Item:  flashlight
(11)  Empty room.
(12)  Empty room.
(13)  Locked room.  (There is no key to this room!)
	Item:  mechanical tool kit
(14)    Item:  note
(15)  Empty room.
(16)    Item:  first aid kit
(17)    Item:  speed load (for small caliber revolver)
(18)  Fuse box (broken).
(19)  Empty room.
(20)  Music room.
	Item:  shrunken head (in dumbwaiter)
(21)  Empty room.
(22)  Empty room.
(23)    Item:  fast food
(24)    Item:  vial of holy water
(25)    Item:  magic crystal
(26)  Room of confusion:  with each step forward, you turn one facing to the 
left.
	Item:  rune stone
(27)    Item:  note
(28)  Trap door room (trap doors lead to Basement Level 1, room #21).
	Item:  chipped key
(29)    Item:  key ring
(30)    Item:  speed load (for .38 revolver)
(31)    Items:  video tape (in safe); green bottle
(32)    Item:  sheet music
(33)  Empty room.
(34)    Item:  fireplace poker
(35)    Item:  speed load (for small caliber revolver)
(36)    Item:  Spell - "Iron Fist of Agatta" (behind secret door)
(37)    Item:  worn key
(38)    Items:  Juju Fetish; green bottle; first aid kit; speed load 
		(for small revolver)
(39)    Items:  vial of holy water; leather bag of coffin dust
(40)    Item:  note
(41)  Torture chamber.  Teleporter to Egyptian Tomb (location #1).



****Daemons and Ghosts (Level 2)****

(1)  Door #1
	Item:  note
(2)  Door #2
(3)  Door #3
(4)  Door #4
(5)  Door #5
(6)  Door #6
	Items:  statue of Pthark
(7)  Door #7.  Dee Kirby is locked inside (she's the source of the knocking 
     noises).
(8)     Items:  magic crystal
(9)  Empty room.
(10)  Empty room.
(11)    Items:  can of oil
(12)  Empty room.
(13)    Items:  diary page
(14)    Items:  diary page;  vial of holy water
(15)    Items:  book of matches
(16)  Button on the wall - teleports you to location #33.
(17)  Empty room.
(18)  Entertainment center.  VCR and television.
	Items:  first aid kit
(19)    Items:  vial of holy water; book
(20)    Items:  speed load (for .38 revolver)
(21)  Empty room.
(22)    Items:  vial of holy water
(23)  Fuse box.
(24)    Items:  alloy key
(25)  Small room containing a painting.
	Items:  speed load (for small caliber revolver)
(26)  Room which is home to a friendly spirit.
	Items:  bullet-proof vest
(27)    Items:  magic crystal; note
(28)  Empty room.
(29)  Empty room.
(30)  Empty room.
(31)    Items:  museum plaque ("shuriken"); Spell: "Aura of Mystic Defense" 
		(behind secret door); speed load (for .38 revolver) 
		(behind secret door)
(32)  Button on wall - teleports you to location #33.
(33)  Two buttons on wall - top button: teleports you to location #32; 
      bottom button: teleports you to location #16.
(34)  Empty room.
(35)    Items:  fast food
(36)  Empty room.
(37)    Items:  .38 revolver; vial of holy water
(38)  Button on wall - teleports you to location #39.
(39)  Two buttons on wall - top button: teleports you to location #40; 
      bottom button: teleports you to location #39.
(40)  Button on wall - teleports you to location #39.
(41)    Item:  baseball bat
(42)    Item:  diary page
(43)  Empty room.
(44)    Item:  green gem
(45)    Item:  note
(46)  Empty room.
(47)    Item:  first aid kit
(48)  Room with a fireplace.
(49)  Secret room with a plaque on the wall.
	Items:  note; first aid kit; Spell - "Flames of Desolation"
(50)  SAFE ROOM.
	Items:  note; document wallet
(51)  Force field (bounces you backwards).
(52)    Item:  shotgun shells
(53)    Item:  heavy key 


****The Asylum (Level 3)****

(1)     Items:  note; Chinese coin
(2)  Hallway.  Wandering here (or nearby) is Ellen Prentiss.
	Items:  (in Ellen's possession) straight jacket; axe
(3)     Items:  Spell - "Dimensional Rift"; book
(4)  Empty room.
(5)  Teleporter room.  Both "a" and "b" teleport you to location #24.
(6)     Item:  speed load (for small caliber revolver)
(7)     Item:  note
(8)  Blue rune on wall.
(9)     Item:  fungi
(10)  Small room with a safe.
(11)  Laughing room.  Spins you around in circles.  Empty.
(12)    Item:  Chinese coin
(13)    Item:  Chinese coin
(14)  Blue rune on wall. 
(15)    Item:  fire extinguisher
(16)  Empty room.
(17)    Item:  first aid kit
(18)    Item:  first aid kit
(19)  Padded cell with a breathing, talking wall.
(20)    Item:  circlet of magic protection
(21)    Items:  2 speed loads (for .38 revolver)
(22)  Empty room.
(23)    Item:  batteries
(24)  Button on wall - reveals secret door.
	Item:  note
(25)  Empty room.
(26)  Room with open dimensional portal.
	Item:  Chinese coin
(27)    Item:  note
(28)    Item:  note
(29)  Empty room.
(30)    Item:  statue of Scaruk
(31)  Fuse box.
	Item:  Spell - "Crimson Mists of Myamato"
(32)    Item:  note
(33)  SAFE ROOM.
	Item:  security card
(34)    Items:  box of tasty Snax; ammunition clip (for .45 automatic)
(35)    Item:  Chinese coin
(36)    Item:  lantern
(37)  Button on wall - opens secret door.
(38)    Items:  Spell - "Key of the Shadow Lord"; fire extinguisher; 
		parchment
(39)    Item:  ledger
(40)    Items:  note; ammunition clip (for .45 automatic)
(41)    Item:  ammunition clip (for .45 automatic)
(42)  Empty room.
(43)  Confusion room - only lets you walk in every other space.
	Items:  Hand of Glory; remote control (in chest of drawers)



****The Museum (Level 4)****

(1)  a - plaque that says "right".  b - display stand protected by a force 
     field.
	Item:  Mayan jade effigy
(2)  Display stand protected by a force field.
	Items:  demon mask; note
(3)     Item:  first aid kit
(4)     Item:  box of tasty Snax
(5)  Open dimensional portal.
(6)     Items:  2 ammunition clips (for Winchester rifle)
(7)     Item:  note
(8)  Room with empty safe.
	Items:  2 ammunition clips (for Winchester rifle)
(9)  Empty.
(10)    Item:  note
(11)    Item:  can of oil
(12)  Empty.
(13)  Plaque on the wall (says "back").  Alcove protected by a force field.
	Item:  Zulu spear
(14)  The "Room of Power".  Three empty display stands.  
(15)    Items:  the Heart of the Karcist; magic crystal
(16)  Carl Winthrop is hanging out here.  Talk to him (but be careful - he's 
      paranoid and armed).
	Items:  2 notes
(17)  Japanese "Mon" symbol.
(18)  Japanese funeral resting place with open stands for two items 
	Item:  Katana sword
(19)  Alcove protected by a force field.
	Item:  Samurai armor
(20)  Broken "Mon" symbol.
(21)  Empty.
(22)  Display stand protected by force field. 
	Item:  Key of Abophmet
(23)  Empty display stand marked "Shuriken", and another display stand 
      protected by a force field.  
	Item:  shuriken
(24)  Evil temple.
	Item:  map of levels 1-3 (inside pedestal)
(25)  a - Plaque ("left"); b - alcove protected by a force field.
	Item:  Zulu shield
(26)    Item: note
(27)    Items:  magic crystal; fast food
(28)  Two empty display stands (marked "Hand of Glory" and "Horned Skull").
(29)    Items:  note;  Spell - "Guiding Eye of Xython"
(30)    Item:  Winchester rifle
(31)    Item:  ammunition clip (for .45 automatic)



****Shotguns and Skeletons (The Mausoleum)****

(1)     Item:  note
(2)     Item:  leather bag of coffin dust
(3)  Well-armed zombie.
	Items:  (in zombie's possession) cool shades; double-barrel shotgun;
		3 shotgun shells
(4)  Zombie.  Button on wall - must be pushed to open southern door.
	Item:  (in zombie's possession) first aid kit
(5)  Zombie.  Button on wall - must be pushed to open southern door.
(6)     Items:  shotgun shells; 2 leather bags of coffin dust; 
		Spell - "Sight of the Dark Walker"
(7)  Stone switch in floor. Opens the door you are facing when you step on it.
(8)  Empty.
(9)  Empty.
(10) Stone switch in floor. Opens the door you are facing when you step on it.
(11) Empty.
(12) Stone switch in floor. Opens the door you are facing when you step on it.
(13) Empty.
(14) Stone switch in floor. Opens the door you are facing when you step on it.
(15) Empty.
(16) Chapel, complete with pipe organ.
(17) Empty.
(18)    Item:  chainsaw
(19) Stone switch in floor - releases all skeletons in the tomb.
	Item:  shotgun shells
(20) Stone switch in floor. Opens the door you are facing when you step on it.
(21) Empty.
(22)    Item:  (in skeleton's possession) holy water
(23) Stone switch in floor. Opens the door you are facing when you step on it.
(24)    Item:  (in skeleton's possession) shotgun shells
(25) Stone switch in floor. Opens the door you are facing when you step on it.
(26)    Item:  (in skeleton's possession) can of gas
(27) Stone switch in floor. Opens the door you are facing when you step on it.
(28) Empty.
(29)    Item:  (in skeleton's possession) magic crystal
(30)    Item:  leather bag of coffin dust
(31)    Item:  (in skeleton's possession) magic crystal
(32)    Item:  shotgun shells
(33)    Item:  (in skeleton's possession) Spell - "Sword of the Shadow"
(34) Empty.
(35)    Item:  leather bag of coffin dust
(36) Empty.
(37)    Items:  leather bag of coffin dust; shotgun shells
(38)    Item:  box of tasty Snax
(39)    Item:  magic crystal
(40)    Item:  first aid kit
(41) Empty.
(42)    Item:  first aid kit
(43)    Items:  book; the Golden Torc of Gothua



****Downstairs (Basement Level 1)****

(1)     Item:  note
(2)  Empty.
(3)     Item:  magic crystal
(4)     Item:  can of oil
(5)  Empty.
(6)  Empty.
(7)     Item:  speed load (for .38 revolver)
(8)     Items:  metal crescent; speed load (for .44 revolver)
(9)     Item:  Japanese funerary urn
(10)    Item:  book
(11)    Item:  magic crystal
(12)    Item:  speed load (for .38 revolver)
(13)  SAFE ROOM.
(14)    Item:  Spell - "Belgor's Mental Violation"
(15)  Empty room with open dimensional portal.
(16)  The screaming room.  You can't get in!
(17)    Item:  vial of holy water
(18)    Item:  Savage .311 shotgun (modified to shoot rock salt)
(19)    Item:  museum plaque ("Eye of Abophmet")
(20)    Item:  vial of holy water
(21)    Item:  kitchen knife
(22)    Items: 2 vials of holy water
(23)    Items:  can of gas; rock salt
(24)    Items:  Spell - "Elixir of Health"; ammunition clip (for M-16); 
		batteries
(25)  Room with a safe.
	Item:  (in safe) electronic tool kit
(26)  Trap door (leads to Basement Level 2, location #34).
	Items:  note; freshly cut key
(27)    Item:  note
(28)  Fuse box.
(29)  Red skull-temple.
(30)    Item:  box of tasty Snax
(31)    Item:  document wallet



****The Sub-Basement (Basement Level 2)****

(1)  Button on wall - reveals the door to location #2.
(2)     Item:  book
(3)  Button on wall
(4)  Room of confusion - multiple teleporters change your position and facing.
	Item:  mogana leaves
(5)  2 Buttons on wall - Top button:  reveals secret door to room #6; 
     bottom button: activates lightning trap.
	Item:  incense burner
(6)  Empty.
(7)     Item:  fast food
(8)     Item:  first aid kit
(9)     Item:  vanity mirror
(10)    Items:  2 piles of rock salt
(11)    Items:  bottle of red liquid; pile of rock salt
(12)  Alberoth - he is guarding the stairway.
(13)  Empty.
(14)    Item:  dead squid
(15)    Item:  book
(16)    Item:  speed load (for .44 magnum)
(17)  Button on wall - reveals entrance to location #18.
	Item:  Spell - "Arcane Tower of Reason"
(18)  Empty.
(19)  Large room with a book in the center.  You cannot get in - the 
      entrances teleport you to room #35.
(20)    Item:  Spell - "Maelstrom of the Mind"
(21)    Item:  book of matches
(22)  Alberoth - he is guarding the stairs.
(23)    Items:  museum plaque ("Mayan effigy"); speed load (for .44 magnum)
(24)  Empty.
(25)  SAFE ROOM.
	Item:  note
(26)    Items: 3 notes
(27)    Item:  dented key
(28)    Items: 2 piles of rock salt; fast food
(29)    Item:  mortar and pestle
(30)    Items:  .44 magnum (the most powerful handgun in the world); note
(31)    Items:  bottle of red liquid; astrolabe
(32)    Item:  magic crystal
(33)    Item:  wakizashi sword (protected by a teleport puzzle)
(34)    Items:  2 piles of rock salt
(35)    Items:  2 piles of rock salt
(36)  Alberoth - he is guarding the stairs.
(37)  Open gate to the Ethereal Plane.  



****Servitors and Sea Daemons (Basement Level 3)****

(1)  Teleporter to Level 1.
	Item:  box of tasty Snax
(2)  Button on wall - re-opens  one-way door (and summons some company...)
(3)     Items:  M-16; ammunition clip (for M-16)
(4)     Items:  first aid kit; ammunition clip (for M-16)
(5)  Empty.
(6)  Room with safe.
	Items:  (in safe) dead squid; servitor's robes
(7)     Item:  ammunition clip (for M-16)
(8)  Empty.
(9)  Lair of Melchoir - jellyfish from Hell.
(10)    Items:  mechanical tool kit; can of gas
(11)    Items:  flashlight; note
(12)    Item:  key marked "N. Prentiss"
(13)    Items:  first aid kit; sacrificial dagger
(14)    Item:  note
(15)  Gong.  Summons a servitor, and opens secret door to the northwest.
(16)  Empty.
(17)    Items:  book; Spell - "Swift Limbs of Mercury"
(18)    Item:  speed load (for .44 magnum)
(19)    Item:  servitor's robes
(20)    Item:  scummy jar
(21)    Item:  magic crystal
(22)    Items:  rune stone; Spell - "Malevolent Compression"
(23)    Item:  book
(24)  Sea Daemon temple.
	Item:  meteorite fragment
(25)  Teleporter to Basement Level 1 (near location #31).
(26)    Item:  snake wand
(27)  Empty alcove.
(28)  Teleporter to location #36.
(29)  Cave opening.  Teleporter to Astral Plane (location #2).
(30)    Item:  scummy jar
(31)  Teleporter to location #27.
(32)    Item:  note
(33)  Melchoir - he really gets around!
(34)  Empty.
(35)  Empty.
(36)    Item:  note


****Carrion, Stars, and the Karcist (The Egyptian Tomb)****

(Items marked with an asterisk (*) are illusions!)

(1)  Torture chamber.  Teleporter to Level 1 (location #41).
(2)  Empty.
(3)     Item:  horned skull
(4)  Carl Winthrop (and he's not interested in talking!)
	Item:  ritual robe
(5)  Room with an empty safe.
	Item:  note
(6)     Item:  Spell - "Malevolent Compression"
(7)  Loose stone on floor is a switch.
(8)     Item:  note
(9)     Item:  magic crystal
(10)  An observatory with a telescope.
(11)    Item:  Spell - "Mantle of Endurance"
(12)    Item:  M-16*
(13)  Sarcophagus.
	Item:  fungus
(14)  Empty.
(15)  Loose stone on floor is a switch.
(16)  SAFE ROOM.
(17)    Item:  box of tasty snax
(18)  Sarcophagus.
	Item:  note
(19)  Empty.
(20)  Empty.
(21)  Empty.
(22)    Item:  note
(23)    Item:  Spell - "Obsidian Shards of Annihilation"
(24)  Empty.
(25)  Loose stone on floor is a switch. 
(26)    Items:  crystal flute; batteries
(27)    Item:  chainsaw*
(28)    Item:  first aid kit*
(29)  Empty.
(30)    Item:  boom box
(31)  Empty.
(32)  Loose stone on floor is a switch. 
(33)  Switches on the east and west walls (open secret doors). Coin slot on 
      north wall.
(34)    Item:  magic crystal
(35)  Switches on the north and south walls (open secret doors). Coin slot on 
      west wall.
(36)    Item:  magic crystal
(37)  Switches on the east and west walls (open secret doors). Coin slot on
      south wall.
(38)    Item:  first aid kit
(39)  Switches on the east and west walls (open secret doors). Coin slot on 
      east wall.
(40)    Item:  first aid kit
(41)  Room with 5 bowls. The Karcist is summoned here. 
	Item:  (in the Karcist's possession) note


****Showdown With Belthegor (The Astral Plane)****

(1)  Open gate to the Ethereal Plane.
(2)  Empty niche.
(3)  Force field. 
(4)  Home of Belthegor - the location of the final showdown.


****The Ethereal Plane****

	The Ethereal Plane is a dangerous place to be. There are no walls, 
ceilings or floors, and there is no easy way to tell exactly where you are at 
any given time. Thus, it is very easy to get lost. There are also a large 
number of Bloodbeasts here, and Melchoir himself guards one of the gates. On 
the brighter side, the Ethereal Plane is a terrific short-cut to any level of 
the mansion. Each of the spinning cubes you encounter corresponds to one 
of the open gates to the Ethereal Plane, or to one of the red runes scattered 
thoroughout the house. Once you have used the "Dimensional Rift" spell to open 
all of the runes, you can short-cut from gate to gate through the Ethereal 
Plane. The map for this level shows all of the gates, and the list below 
shows where each of the cubes leads in the house. 
	There is also another being that you will encounter here: an 
occultist named Charles Wenlock is trapped for all eternity on the Ethereal 
Plane. If you talk to him, he will give you important information about your 
quest, as well as a couple of important items:  crystal glasses and a Spell:  
"Winds of Destruction".

(1)  Level 2, Room #12.
(2)  Basement Level 3, in the corridor south of Room #2.
(3)  Level 1, Room #11.
(4)  Level 4 (The Museum), Location #7.
(5)  Level 3 (The Asylum), in the corridor south of Room #37.
(6)  Level 1, in the alcove north of Room #36.
(7)  The Astral Plane, Location #1.
(8)  Basement Level 2, Room #14.
(9)  Basement Level 3, Room #20.
(10)  Level 4 (The Museum), in the corridor north of Location #22.
(11)  The Mausoleum, Room #16.
(12)  Basement Level 1, in the corridor south of Room #6.
(13)  Level 3 (The Asylum), Room #26.
(14)  Basement Level 1, Room #15.
(15)  Level 4 (The Museum), in the corridor south of Location #11.
(16)  Level 2, Room #48.
(17)  The Egyptian Tomb, Room #30.
(18)  Basement Level 2, Location #37.
(19)  Level 1, in the corridor east of Room #6. 



(6) PUZZLES AND SOLUTIONS

	Here it is!  The section that I suspect many will go to first. The 
following is a list of all of the game puzzles in "The Legacy", along with 
the details of each of their solutions.


****6.01 - The Ground Floor (Level 1)****

Puzzle:  How do I stop the Zombies from attacking me?
Room #:  Many
Solution:
	The Zombies will not attack you if you are carrying the Juju Fetish 
(Level 1, room # 38) in your hand when you encounter them.  (Note: they will 
fight back if you attack them first, even if you are carrying it!)

Puzzle:  What is the significance of the warlock painting?
Room #:  1
Solution:
	The warlock painting actually hides a secret door. If you examine the 
painting, you will see that there is a hole where on the necklace worn by the 
warlock with shards of green glass in it. The secret door can be opened by 
placing the green gem (Level 2, room # 44) in the hole.

Puzzle:  How do I get the statue out of the glass case?
Room #:  1
Solution:
	Simply break the glass by using a heavy object (such as the vase 
in room #1) or by shooting the case.

Puzzle: How do I open the doors which are nailed shut.
Room #:  1
Solution:
	None;  you can't open them.

Puzzle:  How do I open the secret door?
Room #:  5 & 36
Solution:
	Simply walk through the wall. If you watch your movement arrows, 
you'll notice that when you are adjacent to a secret door of this type, the 
arrow pointing in the direction of the door will remain red (thus indicating 
that movement in that direction is still possible).

Puzzle:  How do I get the key without falling through one of the trap doors?
Room #:  28
Solution:
	There are two buttons just inside the door to the room. Press both of 
the buttons, and the trap doors will both disappear.

Puzzle:  How do I open the safe?
Room #:  31
Solution:
	The safe can be unlocked with the security key (found in Level 1, 
room #5)

Puzzle:  What do I do about that "green thing with tentacles"?
Room #:  38
Solution:
	Nothing. This is a Lurker, and it will not harm you as long as you 
leave it alone. You will encounter many of these throughout the house; you'll 
be just fine as long as you keep them out of the line of fire.

Puzzle:  How do I get past the swinging chains?
Room #:  41
Solution:
	Step toward the center of the room just as the chains begin to swing 
out away from the center.

Puzzle:   EEEK!  The lights went out!  What do I do? 
Room #:  Variable
Solution:
	This is a problem which can be encountered on any level, but you'll 
see it here first. There are a number of solutions:  (1)  find a flashlight 
or lantern and light it; (2) cast the spell "Sight of the Dark Walker"; or 
(3) locate the fuse box for the level and turn on the lights. The fuse boxes 
may not be in working order (as is the case on Level 1). If this is the case, 
you must use the electronic tool kit (found 1n Basement Level 1, room #25) to 
repair the fuse box.

Puzzle:  What do the red runes mean?
Room #:  Many
Solution:
	Each of the red runes represents an entry point to the Ethereal Plane.  
The runes can be activated by casting the "Dimensional Rift" spell  (Level 3, 
room #3) on the rune.

Puzzle:  How do I get into room #13?
Room #:  13
Solution:
	There is no key to this room - you must either force the door or use 
the "Key of the Shadow Lord" spell (Level 3, room #38) or a mechanical tool 
kit to unlock the doors.


****6.02 - Daemons and Ghosts (Level 2)****

Puzzle:  What do the numbered doors mean, and why isn't my map mapping 
	 anymore?  
Room #:  1-7
Solution:
	Door 7 is locked, and there is knocking coming from inside the room.  
In order to unlock door 7, you must walk through doors 1-6 in numerical order 
without back-tracking and re-opening any of them. Once you have completed the 
sequence, the map for this section of the level will appear, and door 7 will 
be unlocked. If you break the sequence, you must start over at door 1.

Puzzle:   How do I avoid being zapped when I follow the wandering woman? 
Room #:  15, 16, 32, 33, 38, 39, 40
Solution:
	Don't bother following her. She is just an illusion, and she can't 
hurt you or interact with you. Each of the "zap traps" is marked by a 
bloodstain on the floor. Adjacent to each of these, are buttons which, when 
pushed, will teleport you safely past the traps. 
	
Puzzle:  Why can't I watch television?
Room #:  18
Solution:
	You need to insert the Video Tape (found in Level 1, room #31) in 
order for the television to work.

Puzzle:  How do I open the secret door to room #49?
Room #:  48
Solution:
	Press the center of the mantel above the fireplace.

Puzzle:  How do I get down this hallway?
Room #:  51
Solution:
	In order to pass through the force field, turn and face the side of 
the corridor, and walk sideways down the hall.

Puzzle:  I can't move more than one step from the corners of the southwest 
	 corridor!
Room #:  Southwest Corridors
Solution:
	Movement is reversed in these corridors; to move forward, click the 
backward arrow; to move left, click the right arrow; etc.

Puzzle:  How do I get rid of the Ghosts?
Room #:  Many
Solution:
	Holy Water makes a good weapon against the Ghosts. However, you can 
get rid of all of the ghosts on the level by using the matches (Level 2, 
location #15) to burn the painting of the Melchoir Cult (in Level 2, room 
#25).

Puzzle:  How do I get rid of the Daemons?
Room #:  Many
Solution:
	Holy Water is the best weapon against the Daemons, but attack spells 
work well too. You can usually dodge the Daemons' spells by turning sideways 
just after the spell is launched.

Puzzle:  The worm in the toilet keeps "savaging" me!
Room #:  Several
Solution:
	Don't open the toilets; there is nothing in them which is of any use 
to you.

Puzzle:  Those little demon statues in the bedrooms keep attacking me! 
Room #:  Several
Solution:
	Leave them alone, and they'll leave you alone. You don't need to 
touch them; the demon statues you are looking for are much larger.

Puzzle:  How do I open the doors which are nailed shut?
Room #:  Several
Solution:
	None; you can't open them.


****6.03 - The Asylum (Level 3)****

Puzzle:  How do I reason with Ellen Prentiss?
Room #:  2 (but wandering constantly)
Solution:
	You don't. Ellen is beyond reasoning. If you don't kill her, she'll 
certainly kill you. When you do kill her, you will need to take her straight 
jacket.

Puzzle:  I get injured if I cast "Dimensional Rift" on the blue runes.
Room #:  8 & 14
Solution:
	The blue runes are traps; they cannot be opened.

Puzzle:  How do I open the secret door and get to the central part of the 
	 Asylum?
Room #:  10
Solution:
	Open the safe.  This will reveal the hidden door.

Puzzle:  I can't get to the south-central part of the Asylum.
Room #:  General
Solution:
	Go to room #5, and walk to either location "a" or "b". You will be
teleported to room #24.  

Puzzle:  Now I can't get out of the south-central part of the Asylum!
Room #:  General
Solution:
	Press the button on the wall of room #24. It reveals a one-way secret 
door out of this section.
		
Puzzle:  Almost every door is locked, and none of my keys work!
Room #:  Many
Solution:
	The locks on this level are electronic. Some of them can be opened by 
the Security Card (found in Level 3, room #33).  The rest of the locked doors 
can be opened using the Remote Control (hidden in the chest of drawers in 
Level 3, room #43).
	
Puzzle:  How do I open the secret door to room #38?
Room #:  37
Solution:
	Pressing the button on the wall at location #37 will open it.

Puzzle:  I can't get to the center of the room to get the Hand of Glory.
Room #:  43
Solution:
	You must enter the room from the north. Each step forward that you 
take will also teleport you one square to the right. You'll eventually get 
there.

Puzzle:  Okay, fine: I've got the Hand of Glory, but I can't get to the chest 
	 of drawers to get the Remote Control!
Room #:  43
Solution:
	To get to the chest of drawers, enter the room from the west, and 
follow the same movement rules as when you got the Hand of Glory.

Puzzle:  Just what is the "click" I hear when I enter the cell with the 
	 plaque outside of it?
Room #:  18
Solution:
	If you read the plaque, you will see that no firearms are allowed 
inside the room. If you are carrying a pistol or rifle when you enter this 
room, it will automatically jam ("click!").
	
Puzzle:  Who or what is breathing behind the wall?
Room #:  19
Solution:
	That's Charles Wenlock, the occultist who's trapped in the Ethereal 
Plane. You can find him and talk to him by searching the Ethereal Plane, but 
he can never be rescued.

Puzzle:  I can't get past the force field.
Room #:  Eastern Corridor
Solution:
	Wear the straight jacket you took from Ellen Prentiss. You'll be able 
to pass right through the force field.

Puzzle:  How do I open the doors which are nailed shut?
Room #:  Several
Solution:
	None; you can't open them (get the idea?).             

Puzzle:  How do I fight the screeching things?
Room #:  Many
Solution:
	There is no easy solution to an encounter with a Bloodbeast. Run away 
if possible, or attack from a distance with ranged weapons or spells.

Puzzle:  How do I fight the little orange blobs?
Room #:  Many
Solution:
	The Fire Spawn are made of just that; fire! A couple of shots from a 
Fire Extinguisher (found in Level 3 rooms #15 & #38) will kill them.

Puzzle:  Why do I keep dropping things?
Room #:  Many
Solution:
	Because you picked up the Fungi in room #9. It is useless, so just get 
rid of it. You'll find that you won't have any problem with dropping your 
items afterwards.


****6.04 - The Museum (Level 4)****

Puzzle:  How do I get rid of the green slime things?
Room #:  General
Solution:
	The Slimes will not harm you as long as you are carrying the Hand of 
Glory (found in Level 3, room #43). The Hand of Glory must be (a) lit and 
(b) in your hand (not in your briefcase) in order to be effective.

Puzzle:  The Hand of Glory keeps extinguishing!  How can I keep it lit?
Room #:  General
Solution:
	Level 4 is a drafty place, and occasionally the Hand of Glory will be 
blown out by the wind. When this happens, just use the Book of Matches to 
re-light the Hand of Glory.

Puzzle:  How do I get rid of the red crab things?
Room #:  General
Solution:
	Getting rid of the Nightcrawlers involves several objects and actions.  
When you arrive at Level 4, you need to have the 3 Demonic Statues in your 
possession: the statue of Cartag (Level 1, room #1); the statue of Pthark 
(Level 2, room #6); and the statue of Scaruk (Level 3, room #30). Take these 
statues to The Room Of Power (Level 4, room #14), and place each of them on 
the display stand whose plaque matches the statue's name. Once you have done 
this, destroy each of the statues with a "Flames of Desolation" spell. All of 
the Nightcrawlers will then be banished from the material plane.

Puzzle:  How do I get the items off of the display stands which have no 
	 plaques?
Room #:  22, 23
Solution:
	In order to get these objects, you must place the correct name plaque 
on the stand containing the item in question. The plaques are located in the 
following rooms: "shuriken" (Level 2, room #31); "Eye of Abophmet" (Basement 
Level 1, room #19). A third plaque which is labeled "Mayan effigy" is in 
Basement Level 2, room #23. However, this item must be obtained in a different 
manner (as described below).

Puzzle:  How do I get the Mayan Jade Effigy?
Room #:  1
Solution:
	There is a plaque on the wall which simply says "right". The way to 
get through the force field is to turn so that the display stand is to your 
right, and then step sideways (to the right). You will then be able to take 
the Mayan Jade Effigy from the display stand.

Puzzle:  How do I get the Zulu Spear?
Room #:  13
Solution:
	There is a plaque on the wall which simply says "back". The way to get 
through the force field is to turn so that the display stand is behind you, 
and then step backwards. You will then be able to take the Zulu Spear from 
the display stand.

Puzzle:  How do I get the Zulu Shield?
Room #:  25
Solution:
	There is a plaque on the wall which simply says "left". The way to get 
through the force field is to turn so that the display stand is to your left, 
and then step sideways (to the left). You will then be able to take the Zulu 
Shield from the display stand.

Puzzle:  How do I get the Samurai Armor?
Room #:  19
Solution:
	You will notice that there are two "mon" symbols on the wall, but one 
of them is broken. In order to get the armor, you must rebuild the broken 
"mon" by placing the Metal Crescent (Basement Level 1, room #8) on the broken 
"mon".  The force field will then disappear.

Puzzle:  Is there any significance to the daisho (funeral resting place) 
	 where the Katana is found?
Room #:  18
Solution:
	Yes. There are places on the stand for the Funerary Urn (Basement 
Level 1, room #9) and the Wakizashi sword (Basement Level 2, location #33).  
When these items are placed on the stand, the spirit of the dead Japanese 
warrior who once owned them gives the swords magical properties which make 
them more powerful weapons.

Puzzle:  How do I take the chalice in the Evil Temple?
Room #:  24
Solution:
	You can't, and attempting to do so will only injure you. However, if 
you examine the plaque on the left front pedestal, a secret compartment will 
open, and a map of Levels 1-3 will fall out.


****6.05 - Shotguns and Skeletons (The Mausoleum)****

Puzzle:  How do I get past the Zombie with the Shotgun?
Room #:  3
Solution:
	The best strategy is to move quickly into the second alcove on your 
left (location #2). Attack with a pistol or rifle by stepping into the 
corridor, firing a shot, and stepping quickly back into the alcove. A few 
shots should do it. The shotgun does a lot of damage, so defensive spells or 
armor will do much to increase your chances.

Puzzle:  I don't see any doors!
Room #:  3
Solution:
	All of the doors on this level are disguised to look like part of the 
wall. The auto-mapping feature of the game will show where they are. To open 
the doors, simply left-click them.

Puzzle:  I can't open the second door to the south.
Room #:  Corridor, south of room #6
Solution:
	At the locations marked 4 and 5 there are Zombies which must be 
killed. Once they have been eliminated, 2 gold switches (one at location 4 
and one at location 5) will be revealed. Pushing each of these buttons once 
will unlock the south door.

Puzzle:  The Skeletons keep coming back to life!
Room #:  Many
Solution:
	Skeletons, once killed, are reduced to a pile of bones on the floor.  
They will stay dead as long as they are not disturbed, but if you walk over 
the bones they will come back to life. In order to prevent this, the bones 
themselves can be destroyed by dropping a bag of Coffin Dust on them.  

Puzzle:  There are too many Skeletons to fight at once.
Room #:  19
Solution:
	If you step on the switch at location 19, it will release all of the 
Skeletons on the level at once. Release them one at a time by opening each of 
the doors along the way. In order to get past the door at location 19, all of 
the Skeletons must be killed.

Puzzle:  I can't open the door at location 19.
Room #:  19
Solution:
	The door cannot be opened until all of the Skeletons are killed. 
Note: it is not required that you destroy the bones as well in order to get 
through the door.

Puzzle:  There isn't enough Coffin Dust to destroy all of the bones.
Room #:  Many
Solution:
	Use the Coffin Dust sparingly; only use it on Skeletons which are 
killed in narrow corridors, or in areas in which you are likely to walk again.

Puzzle:  Is the Chapel significant in any way?
Room #:  16
Solution:
	Yes.  If you put the Sheet Music (Level 1, room 32) on the organ, it 
will open a portal to the Ethereal Plan (gate #11).


****6.06 - Carrion, Stars, and the Karcist (The Egyptian Tomb)****

Puzzle:  These Carrion are relentless, and they can attack me through doors!  
	 What do I do?
Room #:  Many
Solution:
	The Carrion attack with sound, so hiding behind doors won't work very 
well. If you are within earshot of them, they can harm you. They can be 
affected by any weapon or spell, but must be killed quick since they do quite 
a bit of damage. The best way to reduce the damage is to repair the Boom Box 
(Egyptian Tomb, room #30) with the Electronic Tool Kit (Basement Level 1, 
room #25). Turn the Boom Box on, and carry it around with you. While the music 
is playing, the accuracy of the Carrion sonic attacks is reduced.

Puzzle:   How do I open all of the locked doors on this level?
Room #:  Many
Solution:
	The doors are not actually locked: they are magically sealed. There 
is no key to the doors, and they cannot be forced. You must unlock them by 
casting the "Key of the Shadow Lord" spell. (Some of the doors may require 
you to prepare the spell to a stronger level, or to cast it several times to 
open the door.)

Puzzle:  How did Carl Winthrop get down here, and why can't I communicate 
	 with him now?
Room #:  4
Solution:
	The person you see in this room is actually only an image of Carl 
Winthrop. He is here simply to guard the Ritual Robe.  You cannot communicate 
with him:  you must kill him in order to take the Ritual Robe.

Puzzle:  Why can't I cast any spells?
Room #:  4
Solution:
	Because you are carrying the Horned Skull. This object is cursed, and 
as long as you have it in your possession, it will render your magic useless.  
It has no purpose in the game, so just get rid of it.

Puzzle:  How can I avoid taking damage when I encounter the "E" symbol?
Room #:  Several
Solution:
	There are two ways to avoid damage. If you are wearing the Ritual 
Robe (Egyptian Tomb, room #4) you will take no damage from the cult symbols.  
However, since the power of the symbols is strictly visual, you can avoid 
damage by approaching the symbols backwards or sideways so that you cannot 
see them.

Puzzle:  Why can't I see anything through the telescope?
Room #:  10
Solution:
	You must first open the skylight in the room (by clicking on it) 
before you use the telescope.

Puzzle:  What is the use of the telescope?
Room #:  10
Solution:
	When used in conjunction with the Astrolabe, you can banish Alberoth 
from the Material Plane.  (Full details on this puzzle can be found under 
Section 6.08).

Puzzle:  How do I get to the center section of this level?
Room #:  7, 15, 25, 32
Solution:
	In each of the listed rooms, there is a pressure plate on the floor.  
You will need to enter each of the rooms (in no particular order) and step on 
each of the pressure plates once. (Don't step on any twice, or you will have 
to start the sequence over again!) When you step on the fourth plate, a 
doorway leading toward the center of the level will appear.

Puzzle:  I've stepped on the pressure plates, and found a series of rooms, 
	 but there still seems to be another room in the center of this level.
Room #:  33, 35, 37, 39
Solution:
	In each of the listed rooms, you will see a coin slot on the wall 
closest to the center of the map. In each of the coin slots, place one of the 
Chinese Coins (Level 3, rooms #1, #12, #13, #26, & #35). Once you have placed 
the fourth coin in the slot, the walls will disappear, revealing a room at 
the center of the level.

Puzzle:  What are the 5 bronze bowls in the center room?
Room #:  41
Solution:
	These are offering bowls for summoning the Karcist. To summon the 
Karcist, pick up the 4 Chinese Coins you used to open the walls (they will 
now be on the floor near each of the 4 exits).  Place one of the coins in 
each of the 5 bowls. When the fifth coin is placed in the bowl, the Karcist 
will appear.

Puzzle:  How do I deal with the Karcist?
Room #:  41
Solution:
	The Karcist will attempt to talk to you before any battle takes place.  
Go ahead and talk; just remember that he is an expert liar, and don't believe 
any promises he makes to you. He is affected by all types of weapons and 
spells, but ranged weapons and spells are the safest. Keep moving and avoid 
his touch - it is his most deadly attack. The best strategy is to have the 
Heart of the Karcist (Level 4, room #15) with you when you confront him. He 
will ask you to give him the heart.  DON'T!  Instead, destroy it. This kills
him instantly.



****6.07 - Downstairs (Basement Level 1)****

Puzzle:  How do I fight the Ghouls?  They keep poisoning me!
Room #:  Many
Solution:
	It is best to fight the Ghouls with ranged weapons or with spells. If 
they manage to bite you, they will inflict a poisonous wound which is 
eventually fatal. The poison can be counteracted by drinking a vial of 
Holy Water, or by successfully casting the "Elixir of Health" spell 
(Basement Level 1, room #24).

Puzzle:  The Rock Fiends are too tough to kill!
Room #:  Many
Solution:
	Yes, they are tough to kill. Your best bet is to fight them with 
magic, or with weapons that do a high amount of damage (the Chainsaw, for 
instance). These creatures are also not terribly fast, so you can usually 
dodge by them without having to fight.

Puzzle:  The doors are disappearing as soon as I walk through them!
Room #:  Many
Solution:
	Many of the doors on this level are one-way doors; there is no way to 
open them from the inside. Once you have passed into the northern half of 
Basement Level 1, the only way to get back to the southern half (without 
leaving this level) is down the corridor which runs south from room #9.

Puzzle:  I'm trapped in a room which has a door that I can see, but can't 
	 open.
Room #:  4
Solution:
	The door in the southern wall of the room is an illusion. You can 
simply walk straight through it.

Puzzle:  There are a lot of corridors that are just dead-ends.
Room #:  Several
Solution:
	Always check the movement arrows on the screen when you reach a dead 
end: some of the walls are illusory. If this is the case, your forward 
movement arrow will be red, indicating that you can walk through the wall.

Puzzle:  What is supposed to happen in the Red skull-temple?
Room #:  29
Solution:
	This is one of the most important puzzles in the game, and it must be
solved in order to win. This is the room where you must create the Eye of 
Agla.
	The first step is to place the Vanity Mirror (Basement Level 2, room 
#8) into the beam of light. The light will be reflected. (You may have to 
adjust the positioning of the mirror in order to get the light to reflect at 
the proper angle.) Once the light has been deflected properly, a stone pillar 
will rise up in the center of the room. You must then place the Meteorite 
Fragment from the Sea Daemon temple (Basement Level 3, room #24) into the 
opening in the stone pillar. Magically, the Eye of Agla will be created. You 
must then take the Eye of Agla, and have it with you when you prepare to meet 
Belthegor in the final confrontation.

Puzzle:  How do I get into the room that screams?
Room #:  16
Solution:
	You can't. There is a teleporter in the doorway which transports you 
out every time you try to enter.

Puzzle:  How do I open the safe?
Room #:  25
Solution:
	The same key that opens the safe on Level 1 (the Security Key: 
Level 1, room #5) will open this safe as well.

Puzzle:  A "feeling of dread" is preventing me from moving.
Room #:  9
Solution:
	You have to fool yourself into moving where you want to go in this 
room. You can only move by using the sideways (left and right) movement 
arrows.


****6.08 - The Sub-Basement (Basement Level 2)****

Puzzle:  No matter what I do, I can't get past that thing at the bottom of 
	 every stairway.
Room #:  12, 22, 36
Solution:
	This is Alberoth, one of the evil deities. He is very powerful, and 
cannot be killed by any means. He can, however be removed from the material 
plane. In order to do this, take the Astrolabe (Basement Level 2, room #31) 
to the observatory (Egyptian Tomb, room #10). Open the observatory doors, and 
place the Astrolabe on the telescope. Alberoth will depart the material plane 
and you will be able to safely enter and leave Basement Level 2.

Puzzle:  If I have to use the Astrolabe to gain safe entry to Basement Level 
	 2, how do I get the Astrolabe FROM Basement Level 2?
Room #:  31
Solution:
	There is a trap door in Basement Level 1, room #26. What you must do 
is fall through this trap door. You will find yourself slightly injured, but 
you will end up in Basement Level 2, room #34. From here you can proceed 
easily to room #31 and retrieve the Astrolabe. In order to get back out of 
this level, go to the stairway in the southeast corner and quickly rush past 
Alberoth. You should be able to make it. Otherwise, you can take a quick 
shortcut to a different level through the Ethereal Plane, via the open portal 
at location #37.

Puzzle:  How do I deal with the worms?
Room #:  Many
Solution:
	The Death Leaches are fairly easy to avoid, as they always move in an 
easily determined, set pattern. However, they can be most easily killed by 
loading the Savage .311 Shotgun (Basement Level 1, room #18) with Rock Salt 
and firing it at the Death Leach. Two shots are usually sufficient. Rock Salt 
is found at various locations on Basement Levels 1 and 2.

Puzzle:  How do I deal with the bat-winged creatures?
Room #:  Many
Solution:
	The Hellions are affected by any normal weapon or by magic. However, 
the easiest way to fight them is by carrying the Assegai (Level 4, room # 13) 
and the Zulu Shield (Level 4, room #25). Both objects, carried in one hand, 
will decrease the accuracy of the Hellions' attacks. You can attack them with 
the Assegai while holding the objects in this manner.

Puzzle:  How do I get that book in the center of the big room?
Room #:  19
Solution:
	You can't. There is a teleporter just inside both doors which will 
teleport you to room #35 if you attempt to enter.

Puzzle:  How do I get to the Wakazashi?
Room #:  33
Solution:
	You must enter the corridor to the immediate west of location #33. If 
you walk into this small corridor, you will be teleported right to the 
Wakazashi.

Puzzle:  How do I get to the Mogana Leaves?
Room #:  4
Solution:
	There are multiple teleporters in the room which change your position 
and facing. The pattern is easily discerned by watching the on-screen map.

Puzzle:  I can't get to location #16 for some reason...
Room #:  Corridor south of 16
Solution:
	There are two spinner traps in the corridor. The first one will spin 
you around 180 degrees and move you north. If you step forward again, you are 
back where you started from! The secret is to step backwards once the first 
spinner has turned you around. The second spinner will then turn you back 
towards location #16.


****6.09 - Servitors and Sea Daemons (Basement Level 3)****

Puzzle:  How do I get past the Sevitors?
Room #:  Many
Solution:
	The Servitors cannot be killed by any normal weapons; you must use 
either magic or the Sacrificial Dagger (Basement Level 3, room #13).  
However, the best way to deal with the Servitors is not to kill them, but to 
blend in with them! If you wear a Dead Squid (Basement Level 2, room #14; 
Basement Level 3, room #6) and a Servitor's Robe (Basement Level 3, rooms #6 
& #19), the Servitors will not attack you (unless you attack first).

Puzzle: Is there any way to get from the northwest half of the level to the 
	northeast half?
Room #:  General
Solution:
	No. You must go up to Basement Level 2 and go back down using the 
northeastern stairs. Once you enter the northeast section of Basement Level 3, 
you can bang on the gong at location #15. This will open the secret door which 
connects this area to the northwest section. (Make sure you are disguised when 
you ring the gong, because it also attracts Servitors!)

Puzzle:  There are several locked rooms where none of my keys will work!
Room #:  6, 17
Solution:
	These particular doors have no keys, and cannot be opened by forcing 
them. You must use the "Key of the Shadow Lord" spell (Level 3, room #38) in 
order to open them.

Puzzle:  I seem to be trapped in a cell of some sort...
Room #:  2
Solution:
	There is a button on the wall which will reveal the one-way door you 
entered, allowing you to leave. The button also summons 2 Servitors to the 
cell, so make sure you are disguised or ready to fight.

Puzzle:  How the heck did I get back to Level 1?
Room #:  1
Solution:
	There is a teleporter in the center section of the northern wall of 
room #1. If you step into it by mistake, you will be teleported to Level 1.

Puzzle:  How do I get to the southern half of this level?
Room #:  8
Solution:
	If you go to the end of this "L" shaped room, you will notice that 
your forward movement arrow will still be red. Simply walk right through the 
wall.

Puzzle:  I made it to the southern half - but now a giant jellyfish is 
	 attacking me!
Room #:  9, 33
Solution:
	This is Melchoir, one of the deities. Like Alberoth, he cannot be 
killed or harmed in any way. However, as long as you are wearing the Golden 
Torc of Gothua when Melchoir is around, he will not attack you (unless you 
attack him first).

Puzzle:  All of the doors in the green caves are locked, and none of my keys 
	 will work.
Room #:  Many
Solution:
	The doors in this section require a very special key. To unlock the 
doors, use the Shrunken Head (Level 1, room #20) as a key.

Puzzle:  How do I deal with the Sea Daemons?
Room #:  Many
Solution:
	The Sea Daemons can be fought with any weapon, but the best way to 
deal with them is to avoid them. They will not attack you if you burn incense 
made from Mogana Leaves while in their presence. To make the incense, take 
the Mogana Leaves (Basement Level 2, room #4) and grind them into a powder by 
putting them in the Mortar and Pestle (Basement Level 2, room #29). Put the 
powder into the Incense Burner (Basement Level 2, room #5) by dragging the 
Mortar and Pestle onto it. When you are entering an area with Sea Daemons 
present, light the Incense Burner using the Book of Matches (Level 2, 
location #15; Basement Level 2, location #21).  As long as you carry the lit 
Incense Burner in your hand, the Sea Daemons will not attack you (unless you 
attack first).

Puzzle:  I keep getting teleported to Basement Level 1!
Room #:  25
Solution:
	Don't step into alcove #25!  It's a teleport trap.

Puzzle:  I'm in the Sea Daemon Temple, but where is the Meteorite Fragment?
Room #:  24
Solution:
	There is a dome in the center of the room. If you have examined, 
poked at it and prodded it, you will discover that it produces an F-sharp 
musical note when struck. As you may have guessed, the Meteorite Fragment is 
inside the dome, and you must break the dome to get it. To break the dome, 
blow on the Crystal Flute (Egyptian Tomb, room #26). This will shatter the 
dome and reveal an opening. The Meteorite Fragment is inside. Drag the opening 
with the mouse cursor to retrieve it.

Puzzle:  I keep getting zapped by the electricity when I try to take the 
	 Meteorite Fragment!
Room #:  24
Solution:
	It's all a matter of timing: time your attempt so it coincides with 
the power surge (not when the surge has stopped!). You should then be 
successful in your attempt.

Puzzle:  Where does the cave opening lead?
Room #:  29
Solution:
	The cave opening is actually the easiest entrance to the Astral Plane, 
where Belthegor resides. Stepping through the opening will teleport you to 
location #2 on the Astral Plane.


****4.10 - The Ethereal Plane****

Puzzle:  How can I keep from being injured when I enter the Ethereal Plane?
Room #:  N/A
Solution:
	You will always take some damage when you enter the Ethereal Plane, 
unless you are carrying the Mayan Jade Effigy (Level 4, room #1).  If this 
object is in your hand when you enter the gate, you will not be injured as 
you step through.

Puzzle:  Why can't I enter all of the spinning cubes?
Room #:  N/A
Solution:
	Each of the spinning cubes corresponds with one of the red runes or 
open gates somewhere in the house or on another plane. The cubes which you 
cannot enter correspond to a rune which has not yet been activated (opened by 
casting the "Dimensional Rift" spell on it). You cannot open the gates from 
the Ethereal Plane.

Puzzle:  Melchoir, the giant jellyfish is back again.  
Room #:  N/A
Solution:
	On the Ethereal Plane, Melchoir guards the gate which leads to the 
Astral Plane. As before, if you are wearing the Golden Torc of Gothua, 
Melchoir will not attack you.


****6.11 - Showdown With Belthegor (The Astral Plane)****

Puzzle:  Why do I keep getting transported to other levels of the house?
Room #:  N/A
Solution:
	The small, spinning cubes on the Astral Plane serve a similar function 
to the spinning cubes on the Ethereal Plane; however, on this level they are 
wandering the corridors rather than being stationary. Make good use of the 
alcoves and niches on this level to determine the movement patterns of the 
wandering gates, and time your movements so that you do not come into contact 
with them.

Puzzle:  There's a force field blocking my way, and I can't get past it!
Room #:  3
Solution:
	In order to pass through this force field, you must be carrying the 
Eye of Agla in your hand. Details on the Eye of Agla can be found in the 
puzzle solutions for Basement Level 1.

Puzzle:  I've explored the entire area, but there is no door to Belthegor's 
	 lair.
Room #:  4
Solution:
	Once again, the secret is to watch the movement arrows. When you are 
outside Belthegor's lair, all you will see is a blank wall; however, you will 
be able to simply walk through it.

Puzzle:  Belthegor doesn't seem to be affected by any of my weapons at all, 
	 and he kills me right away!
Room #:  4
Solution:
	Fighting Belthegor requires some preparation. First, you must be 
wearing the Golden Torc of Gothua, and you must possess the Eye of Agla. 
Before entering, cast as many defensive spells as possible. 
	Belthegor is not affected by any physical weapon; you must fight him 
with magic. Prior to entering his lair, prepare an offensive spell to the 
highest possible level ("Flames of Desolation" seems to work well).  Heal 
yourself to full health, and bring your magic level up to full power. When 
you enter the lair, Belthegor will appear from a bottomless vortex, and will 
begin to attack immediately. As soon as you see him, begin your attack, and 
don't let up. Be prepared to cast an occasional "Elixir of Health" spell, or 
heal your self with a First Aid Kit if the battle starts to go badly. 
Belthegor is a difficult opponent, but if you attack ruthlessly and quickly, 
he can be destroyed.
 

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