Bard's Tale Lore

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"The Old Man..."


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Bard's Tale 1

Map texts and clues

Position: (3,5)
Content: "An old man stands before you saying, 'Answer this question to pass: What tavern lies off Night Archer street?'"

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Item Catalogue

Item: Old Man Fgn (Effect: On use: Summons Old Man)

Bard's Tale 2

Map texts and clues

Reveal the clue
An old man (doing a fireball trick) wearing a garment of pure gold says:
"The name of it is the staff of:"
Answer: OLD

"Correct. I will say this then: "Go to the Sage, in the wilderness, and ask him of FANSKAR. He will charge you a price, but the information will be valuable." He suddenly disappears.
Position: (12,21)
Content: An old man appears and speaks to you, saying:
“Below you now, thrice count the floors,
play the last for the double doors.”
He then vanishes.
Position: (16,2)
Content: There is a statue of a pale old man here. You can: (L)ook at it.
Fight: Deathadren
Position: (13,12)
Content: An old man in black cloak says:
"The door on the right leads to safety." He then vanishes.
Position: (13,6)
Content: An old man in white cloak says:
"The black-cloaked one speaks the truth." He then vanishes.
Position: (8,10)
Content: An old man is here and says to you:
"I am the Keymaster, I have something to sell you for the low price of 50000 gold pieces."
For 50,000 gold obtain the Master Key.
Position: (13,0)
Content: An old man (doing a fireball trick) wearing a garment of pure gold says:
"The name of it is the staff of:"

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