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Wizard & Warriors
Here's an easy way to make money, and all it takes is a little bit of
your time. Create as many characters in The inn as you can, add Them
to your party with one of your regular party members, and delete the
newly created characters. Your party regular will receive all of their
starting gold: 200 gold pieces per character.
Get Lots of Gold:
Create a bunch of characters and add each to the party. Take the money
from them and delete them from the party. Repeat as needed.
* Keep an eye on party balance. An Oomphaz is strong, but very slow.
Maybe a Gourk or a Dwarf would be a better warrior option. On the
Wizard front, a Whiska might be a stouter companion than a Pixie
* The game doesn't feature a Reroll button for character creation, but
you can still opt for better stats. Just be sure to back completely
out of the process to do it.
* When negotiating the difficult leaps and climbing portions of the
game, it's best to use the keyboard. It'll give you the precision
Get Lots of Gold.
Okay, get six characters, got to town, pool gold to any player except
the first one. Leave town. Go back into town, Go directly to the inn,
pool gold to the first player, remove all characters but the first
player, then add all players back to the party and pool gold again,
your money should double, this will continue to add the same amount of
cash until you do something other than this trick, if you go somewhere
or buy something you have to start over again. But as long as you remain
in the inn and continue to remove characters and add them back, it will
Unlimited hit points:
Get access to fourth level Vine magic, and learn the spell Toughen. Leave
the town and cast it on the desired character. Cast it as many times as
you have the Mana to do so. Next, re-enter the town. Note that the Toughen
symbol on the character's portrait is gone, yet the extra hit points remain.
Leave the town again. You will have full Mana, and can repeat the trick
again until you get 999 HP, even with a Warlock or Wizard.
Extra Guild rewards:
Complete a quest for the desired Guild. Return to the Guild to get your reward.
Quickly and repeatedly click on the character that completed the quest followed
by any other character in your party. Keep alternating between both characters.
If done correctly, the Guildmaster will award your character with extra Guild
advancements, gold, and experience for the same quest this way.
Note: Do not leave the Guild until the Guildmaster has completed speaking.
1. You can create up to 18 characters at the beginning, and each will start with
200 gold. Make those characters and add them to your party. Then, take their
money and delete the characters. If you have the time and patience, you can
get as much gold as needed.
2. Go to Ishad N' ha and go to the pawn shop. Induct your rouge into the Thieves
Guild, then accept the Dragon Arrow quest. Find Torin (in the Shire) and give
him the arrow. Then, go back to the pawn shop and collect 1000 experience for
completing the quest. After this is done. go back to where Torin was and steal
from him until you get the Dragon Arrow. Go to the pawn shop and sell the arrow
for 1600 gold. You will be able to buy it back for only 200 gold. Repeat this
as many times as needed.
3. Create two characters in the inn. Put them both into your party. Then, exit
the inn, and give as much gold as you would like to the second character in your
party. Re-enter the inn, and remove only the second character (the one with the
gold.) Then, add them again to your party. Have your first character (that was
not removed from the party) pool all of the gold. Once again, remove the second
character from your party. Add the second character again, and have the first
member of the party pool the gold again. Repeat this as needed.
Each time you add, pool, and remove the second character, your first character
should receive as much gold every time as you had originally given your second
character outside the inn. For example, while outside the Inn, you give the
second character 1,000 gold pieces. Once you re-enter the inn, and remove the
character then add him/her back into the party and pool your gold, you should
receive 1,000 gold every time. Note: You must give the gold to your second
character outside the inn, then re-enter, or you may lose all of the gold on
the removed characters. You can also leave town, then pool the gold to a
character, save the game (just to be safe to ensure to prevent any loss of gold),
then return to the inn. Then, do the remove, add, pool, remove parts of the trick.
4. Join the Fighter's Guild, buy a magic arrow or bolt. then sell it. The cost
of buying magic arrows and bolts is much cheaper then the prize you sell it for.
This gap gets even greater when joining the Dojo and buying a magic arrow there.
You can buy for 250 gold and sell for over 1000 gold.
Running under Windows XP:
To run the on Windows XP, install the full installation. Once installed, browse
to its folder, and right click on the "townavi" folder. Choose "Properties" and
uncheck the "Read Only" button. Then, open it up. You will need a program called
Virtualdub, or a program which saves .AVI files uncompressed. Start Virtualdub
and open up the first .AVI file, which should be "townhub1". Then, select "File"
and choose "Save As Old". Replace the one in the folder. Do the same for the
remaining .AVI files. Remember to save each one to their original names as
listed in the "townavi" folder. Note: uncompressing those .AVI files will add
an extra 200 MB in the installation folder. Make sure you have enough space
before uncompressing them. Once finished, click on "wiz& warriors.exe" to play
the game. Note: Due to the release of the game, and thus Windows XP, the game's
codecs for the .AVI files are outdated for Windows XP to understand.
Uncompressing them will allow you to play the game once again.
When you are in the town inn and create a party, you can pool gold to one of
the characters who will then have 1,200 gold pieces. It is important that you
do not take this "Pooled Gold" character out of the party. It should always
say "Out on Adventure" for that character. When you re-add the newly created
characters to the party, you will discover that they all have 200 gold pieces
again! Pool Gold on the same character that you pooled gold on before --
another 1,000 gold pieces. Remove them, then re-add them and Pool Gold. +1000!
Repeat until you are swimming in money.
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