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By Joel Skidmore, Jeff Cretcher, Marty Beckers, Kim Goeller, Chip Breitwieser

This guidebook for the preferred laptop video game Wrath of the Gods is full of enjoyable and actual info from Greek mythology, according to the tales of the heroes, gods and monsters of the Greek myths. This 160-page paperback is the ideal supplement to the CD-ROM and will also be loved by itself. It comprises the full mythological history to each scene within the online game, in addition to a consultant to the answer of the puzzles

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You and the King are standing in front of the table. KING You would seem to be the stranger spoken of in the omens. But something’s amiss. When I was younger, my ambition knew no bounds. Prophesied to lose my kingdom, I abandoned my own grandchild. But then I grew weary and longed for an heir. An oracle said to bury my most prized possessions. One day a hero would appear. He’d know the royal symbol, and he’d be carrying my sword. So here you are, as foretold… But you lack the sword. If you remove the sword from your inventory and click it on the King, he takes it from your hand and looks carefully at the hilt.

You need to go back and exchange it for another, but since they all have differently shaped heads, there’s no way to tell which is the lightweight one. So this is a process of trial and error. Hades Portal 1 PORTAL IN HILLSIDE. In this landscape a lintel inscribed “Hades” marks a portal to the Underworld. This is where you emerge after various adventures in Hades. You can also enter here from the Crossroads (page 31). Just inside this portal to the right is a grotto with a sign that says: LUNCH BREAK.

And they kindly chased the Harpies so far away that the king was never bothered again. In thankfulness, he informed the Argonauts of a danger just ahead on the route to the Golden Fleece—namely two rocks called the Symplegades (sim-PLEG-uh-deez), which had the disconcerting habit of crashing together upon any ship that passed between them. Phineus suggested that it might be best not to experience the effect of these Clashing Rocks firsthand. And he even suggested a mechanism by which this might be avoided.

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