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Faking the plauges? in The Exile Trilogy
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True, true, but there are smart and dumb humans too.
P.S. Would people PLEASE spell my name correctly?

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Faking the plauges? in The Exile Trilogy
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Profile #15
Actually, Spring, I believe that troglos ARE as smart as humans. They are literate (see Castle Troglo's library), and, though some of them don't talk well, neither do some humans. Vothkaro spoke perfectly. You can't say that beings of small intelligence could cast spells well, or devise that machine in the basement. However, they come from an incredibly violent society. Most lessons wold be about combat, not fine culture. They direct their intelligence towards war. Also, they have managed to form bipartisan (military and religion) bickering. If you need to see a sentient race of inferior intelligence, just see the Hill Giants!

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Faking the plauges? in The Exile Trilogy
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Slimes: I imagine that the slime zombies came from ANY dead human (or even a real zombie). Also, it says in the game that the slimes' real danger was in numbers. Plus the Alien Slime seems to have carefully planned many of the attacks (destroy the shipyard so nobody can flee, attack the government, use the secret way into town, and get the healer)
Roaches: Definetly the disease factor. Plus the fact that they could conquer the sewers to take raids from below.
Troglodytes: They're as intelligent as humans, so they can cunningly plan attacks.
Giants: They tend to attack from afar first, so the humans have less of a chance of killing them.
Golems: Obvious, as even a party of Level 50 characters has only a slight advantage against them.
Alien Beasts: Between their strength and the fact that their lair was in the Keep of Tinaraya, obvious.

[ Friday, August 05, 2005 12:15: Message edited by: Gorank ]

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souls to take in The Exile Trilogy
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I intended to capture a dragon, but apparently it was too big. Also, I wanted to capture the Mind Crystal, but it resisted my Level 50 character!! (I figured anything that big of a pain in the neck had to be good) Also, I haven't tried it, but I want to capture Rentar-Ihrono. After all, what would pulverize enemies better than an army of insanely powerful, completely invulnerable creatures?

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Abruzzo in The Exile Trilogy
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What statues? Greendale has no statues (maybe it did once, but if so, the golems destroyed them)

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Basilisk quest? in The Exile Trilogy
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Actually, you can take a boat trip to Lost Isle, then use the special encounters to be taken to the basilisk isle.

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Tomb of Vahkohs in The Exile Trilogy
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I meant the passage from the treasure room into the corridor that leads to the crystal. I have complete maps of all areas, but I can't find the entrance.

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Tomb of Vahkohs in The Exile Trilogy
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At what coordinates is the secret passage?

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E3 Group in The Exile Trilogy
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My party:

Gorank-Slith (with flaming hand)
Erika II-Human (with red robes)
Prrrrrr-Nephil (with flaming hand)
Adrianna, Feodric, and Michael (from the original setup)
I give them all the good traits and no bad ones, and I use the editor to max out all their stats and give them all spells (It's not as unfair as you'd think. Golems are still hard as heck to get rid of.)

Edit: Sorry if I revived a dead topic, I thought the last post was in July, not June.

[ Wednesday, July 13, 2005 08:50: Message edited by: Gorank ]

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Tomb of Vahkohs in The Exile Trilogy
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I entered the tomb and slew Vahkohs, but I can't get to the crystal with his soul! Please help!

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Exile III - Those Darn Riddles... in The Exile Trilogy
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Yes, Buppy, you can get to that in the unregistered game. The Spiral Crypt is in the woods on the Isle of Bigail. (NOT the northern part with Northpoint Lighthouse, you can't go that far north in the unregistered version)

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giants in The Exile Trilogy
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Personally, I note which ones do what, and then figure it out. By the way, I noticed that one of the words there-"Mung"-is used A LOT in Exile. Mung Slimes (not the plague slimes), Mung Roaches, Mung Rats, Mung Demons-what does "Mung" mean, anyway?

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E3: New bosses fun topic in The Exile Trilogy
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That can be arranged easily. For example, the Filth Factory Robo-Roach could be armored with the Withered Scales, and be guarding the central breeding pit, (I imagine it only being stunned, but you throw in the Phoenix Egg and it melts from the quickfire), the Monty Python Altar could say the Knowledge Brew recipe when it dies, the illusion could be using the Black Halberd as a weapon, etc.

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Exile 3 Reinstallation in Tech Support
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My problem was fixed! As a reccomendation to adventurers who have my problem, you need to E-Mail Jeff the new registration codes.

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E3: New bosses fun topic in The Exile Trilogy
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Is the Generic Dungeon an Exile 3 dungeon, or does it mean any dungeon?

P.S.: If my sig theft is bad, that's a good thing.

P.P.S: I imagine the Alien Beast boss to be an enormous, 16-legged monster called the Alpha Centauri Male.

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E3: New bosses fun topic in The Exile Trilogy
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I am making this topic partially for fun and partially to revive the Exile trilogy board. I would like to know what you would imagine boss monsters to be like in dungeons where there aren't any (boss monsters such as Jordan, the alien slime, the mind crystal, Zkal, etc.) I imagine a Filth Factory boss to be the factory's main computer, in the form of a giant robotic roach. For the Pit of the Wyrm, I see a Mutant Giant chief riding an enormous wyrm. For the rakashi dungeon (the one with the black halberd quest, I forget its name), it would be an enormous illusion (but its attacks cause real pain!). And as for the Monastery of Madness, I envision the altar channeling (pun not intended) the essence of Monty Python's Flying Circus (summoning killer bunny rabbits, for example)

Gorank, whose internal dragonfire burns when he sees how many ripoffs of Alorael's sig there are (no, I'm not a hypocrite. I'm just using irony. Sorry, Alorael!)

[ Monday, June 20, 2005 07:46: Message edited by: Gorank ]

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Exile 3 Reinstallation in Tech Support
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Profile #8
I did, but I've seen that page already. Should I be going somewhere? Does it have anything to do with my topic? Or is it just a joke I didn't get?

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Exile 3 Reinstallation in Tech Support
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Well, they haven't replied in 2 DAYS! I wonder if they're e-mailing to my old address...
EDIT: When I was writing this, the 4th reply wasn't there. Sorry!

[ Sunday, June 19, 2005 11:50: Message edited by: Gorank ]

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Exile 3 Reinstallation in Tech Support
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How long does it usually take? I know that they're extremely busy, so I don't blame them, but I want to know how long it will take.

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Exile 3 Reinstallation in Tech Support
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This isn't truly technical, but this seems to be the best board to post this. I registered my Shareware Exile 3 a while back, but our computer got fried some time later. It was repaired, but we lost the game. I don't recall if it came as a disk, but if so, it's been lost. We still have the Hint Booklet. Is there any way we could get a new copy of the game without having to pay a second time?

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