1| Your alignment has to be completely "good."
2| Hire the mercenary in Twinblade's Camp, bring him to the chapel & sacrifice him at midnight.
3| The easiest way to know it's midnight, is because you pay the mercenary gold every hour. Once your money bag pops up showing you he's getting more gold, wait for it to disappear & talk to the man closest to the entrance of the chapel.
4| You know for sure you've got Skorm's Bow when the man says, "Your desire for my evil influence is gratifying. You will go far."
Fable received positive reception by critics. The original Xbox version of the game has an aggregate critic score of 85% at both Metacritic and Game Rankings. The game won more than fifty awards, and became the Xbox's fastest-selling game up to that time.
Fable's combat was praised as working well. Staff from 1UP.com complimented the multiple approaches to combat which the publication stated made the game more a mini-game of its own.
Though pointing out several flaws in the game such as bland character designs, Marc Saltzman of USAToday.com stated that the game...
Fable was the first game developed by Big Blue Box, a satellite studio of Peter Molyneux's Lionhead. Dene and Simon Carter, Big Blue Box's founders, stated that their first project would have to meet several criteria in order to be accepted by game publishers, but that they weren't interested in producing such a generic title. To offset the costs of running a fledgling studio, Molyneux proposed Lionhead 'satellites', where Big Blue Box would receive the technology and support of Lionhead so that Big Blue Box could focus on making the game. After some difficulty in finding a willing...
When the Hero is a child, his village, Oakvale, is raided and destroyed by bandits on his sister's birthday; it seems the Hero's entire family perishes. An old hero named Maze arrives on the scene, rescues the Hero, and convinces him to join the Heroes' Guild to be trained to become a champion; Maze sees great potential in the boy. The Hero then embarks on a journey to discover the reason behind his village's destruction, discovering his destiny, and the true fate of his family along the way.
In Fable, a player's Hero has a measure of good or evil alignment based on the Hero's actions. Good deeds award good points, which produce a positive alignment, while committing evil acts adds evil points, producing a negative alignment. Killing monsters or saving villagers are acts of good, whereas killing innocents, breaking laws, or abusing a spouse will accumulate evil points. Consuming certain foodstuffs can also affect the Hero's alignment; for example, eating tofu will earn the hero positive points, while eating crunchy chicks (because crunchy chicks are assumed to be still alive) will...
Fable is a role-playing video game where players control their character from a third person perspective. The main character, known as the The Hero of Oakvale, can interact with people and objects as well as battle foes. The goal of Fable is to complete missions known as quests which advance the game's plot, but Fable also features optional quests and allows players to pursue actions not directly tied to game completion.
Most quests are acquired at a central location, known as the Heroes' Guild; required quests are marked with a gold symbol and advance the game's story, while optional...
The first downloadable content (DLC), "Knothole Island", includes the ability to resurrect the player's dog by sacrifice. It was released 13 January 2009, and features a new map, with new items and quests. The DLC includes 3 new achievements worth 100 points. A free update allows players who haven't purchased "Knothole Island" to still play online with others who did. "Knothole Island" is available for 800 Microsoft Points. The DLC has received average reviews by critics, who praised the overall quality of the new items, and the production values of the island itself, but have...
Just as Lionhead has done with The Movies, online competitions were made available through Lionhead's forums. One such competition was naming a title to be used in the game, similar to the first game wherein a character was addressed by various titles that the character purchased from a "Title Vendor" Lionhead has stated these titles will be bought but they have to be earned first. They are bought from a town crier in Fable II; the winning title was Lionheart, which can be bought for 2000 gold or earned for free by winning in The Crucible. An "insult the hero" competition is also taking place...
The Hero of Bowerstone: The game's protagonist who is destined to bring together the Heroes of Strength, Will and Skill to stop Lucien from using the Spire. At the start of the game, the hero is known as Little Sparrow (Sparrow when the Hero reaches adulthood). Early in the adventure, the hero meets a dog, which will remain loyal for years. It is implied that The Hero is a descendant of the Hero of Oakvale, the protagonist from the original Fable and the younger brother of Theresa.
Theresa (Zoë Wanamaker): A blind Seeress whom the player first meets in Old Town in his/her youth, she...
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