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  Faery Tale Adventure 2 [cheats updated]
On the FTA2 cd is a folder called "Promo" full of saved games. Copy these
saves to your FTA2 main folder where ever you installed it on your hard drive
(make sure you have any of your own saves backed up in another folder because
these will probably overwrite them).

(IMPORTANT NOTE: The saves off the cd will be set as "read only". After you
copy them to your hard drive you can right click on each of the saves and
uncheck the read only attribute on them. If you don't do that you can't save
over them and the game will crash if you try. If you don't want to mess with
the attributes, just start off by saving your games in a fresh empty slot.)

Start the game and go the the options menu and select "load" and you will see
a long list of games you can pick from to jump into different parts of the
game. Most of these saves are just for sightseeing, as they will start you off
missing most of the beginning of the game.

The useful one is the save "hatak". Load this save and you will start the game
in Hatak with some special items. Aside from the obvious goodies (all
characters have mirthil weapons and armor now, all attributes maxed) Julian
has 2 special items in his inventory. The first is a book called the "Tour
Guide" and if you double click on it it will bring up a menu that will let you
teleport to any location in the game! The second is called the "juicer" and
using that will bring up a menu to set all your stats, skills, and mana.

Recommended use:
Load "hatak", use the tour guide to teleport to Wildevarr - Padavis -
Riddenbutter's and you will be transported to the regular game starting point
on day 1, week 1 ready to begin the game, but now with superior equipment and
stats the way you want them (the brothers will start out on this save with all
attributes maxed, but you can use the juicer to lower them to a more
challenging level if you want).

Also, since the brothers will start this game knowing all the spells, you can
take all the spell scrolls you find in town and sell them to the pawnshop. You
will end up with just over a thousand gold this way, more than enough to get
any other goodies you want.

=========================================================================
Just a hint for an old game... I picked up Faery Tale Adventure 2 in the
bargain bin and found out by accident that you can sell an item, save the game
in the middle of the sale, quit out, restart, finish the transaction for the
alotted gold, and retain the sold item.



Faery Tale Adventure 2 comes factory equipped with the ultimate cheats for
those of us who hate starting out as peons.

On the FTA2 cd is a folder called "Promo" full of saved games. Copy these
saves to your FTA2 main folder where ever you installed it on your hard drive
(make sure you have any of your own saves backed up in another folder because
these will probably overwrite them).

(IMPORTANT NOTE: The saves off the cd will be set as "read only". After you
copy them to your hard drive you can right click on each of the saves and
uncheck the read only attribute on them. If you don't do that you can't save
over them and the game will crash if you try. If you don't want to mess with
the attributes, just start off by saving your games in a fresh empty slot.)

Start the game and go the the options menu and select "load" and you will see
a long list of games you can pick from to jump into different parts of the
game. Most of these saves are just for sightseeing, as they will start you off
missing most of the beginning of the game.

The useful one is the save "hatak". Load this save and you will start the game
in Hatak with some special items. Aside from the obvious goodies (all
characters have mirthil weapons and armor now, all attributes maxed) Julian
has 2 special items in his inventory. The first is a book called the "Tour
Guide" and if you double click on it it will bring up a menu that will let you
teleport to any location in the game! The second is called the "juicer" and
using that will bring up a menu to set all your stats, skills, and mana.

Recommended use:
Load "hatak", use the tour guide to teleport to Wildevarr - Padavis -
Riddenbutter's and you will be transported to the regular game starting point
on day 1, week 1 ready to begin the game, but now with superior equipment and
stats the way you want them (the brothers will start out on this save with all
attributes maxed, but you can use the juicer to lower them to a more
challenging level if you want).

Also, since the brothers will start this game knowing all the spells, you can
take all the spell scrolls you find in town and sell them to the pawnshop. You
will end up with just over a thousand gold this way, more than enough to get
any other goodies you want.

Eric Donaldson

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TAPSTONES AND APPLES

It is not necessary to retrieve the items listed below if you are just
adventuring for the sake of adventuring...but if you are planning on finishing
the game (either one way or all ways) you will need these items.

THIS IS A LARGE SPOILER, so proceed only if you are having trouble locating a
tapstone or a golden apple.

TAPSTONES OF FFAR



Aroblin The Blue Tapstone is here, in the very bottom level of the
Dwarven Mines. The mines are a blast to wander in, and many
good things can be found in here before leaving. The
tapstone is located in the middle of the Lava Flow, and you
must enter the flow from the north or south. Sure hope you
have some Dragonskin boots for all before walking in lava!!
Hatak In the Ruins of Gleng'l Zur is where you will come across the
Orange Tapstone. The trick to obtaining this stone is to
"open" the ancient pyramid by pressing the stone levers in
the columns at the top of the pyramid. You will see an altar,
and this will tell you that you are on the right track. Look
at the Lower levels of steppes for the doors each time!
Hethrallin The Blue Tapstone is located here, among the Drow of Ffar.
You must have a counter-weight of just the correct size and
weight to release this stone. Hint: this weight can be found
on a 'similar' dais quite near the tapstone. And it is barren
of all flesh!
Karminac The Red Tapstone of Karminac is held in Roska's Castle on the
far western reaches of Ffar. You will have to fight through
quite a crowd to get to it in the lower level of the castle.
Now don't forget to search the entire castle, there are more
things to be found here!
Maldavith The Purple Tapstone of Maldavith has been hidden well, and is
difficult to get to for the hyperactive adventurer. You must
have patience searching out and obtaining this one. It is
located just off Maldavith in the sunken city of Tamnath.
Pull various levers to release the water from the rooftops,
and you will find what you seek in the first of them!
Mons The Yellow Tapstone of Mons is in the cold reaches of the
north...trapped solid in ice. How do you release it you ask?
Well you must search another close cave and find the Tek
Hammer. Only its power can shatter the giant's ice around the
stone and free it. And yes, this hammer is quite useless
after this!
Pentere The Green Tapstone of Pentere was my favorite to retrieve.
You must search the city of Bilton and adjoining Pentere
quite well to reach the underground lairs. After defeating
many a critter, you will emerge in the northwest corner of
the city, and fight quite a horde of monsters! The tapstone
is then yours, and the Golden Tree will spring back to life!


What do you do with the seven tapstones you ask? Well you will use them upon
arriving at Sariloth's doorstep. If you confront him before placing them upon
their dais' - he will defeat you and rule over Ffar for eternity.

THE GOLDEN APPLES



Irrasstikan This black dragon is located in the deep reaches of Amber
Castle, and keeps a legion of undead guarding it. You must
fight and defeat Irrasstikan to obtain its Golden Apple.
Best of luck, a dragon's breath is death!
Kaidar Kaidar is one of the Drow leaders, and you must defeat him
to retrieve his Golden Apple. And as an afterthought, the
guards 'may' not like you too much after you defeat him! He
is located in the Drow Cave to the south.
Roska Roska is but of course in his Castle to the Northwest
reaches of Ffar. You must fight through his annoying guards
to get to him, and then defeat him to get his Golden Apple.


What good are the apples you ask? Well they allow you access to the
Underworld, which is the Realm of Sariloth, Thorolis's foe! You want neither
Thorolis OR Sariloth to defeat and rule Ffar - but a combination of the two!
If you cannot figure out where to place the apples, go to the statue you
started at in Padavis, and look closer at it!

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