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Myth II:
A Murder Of Crows
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The Wall

LIMBS, HEADS AND SMOKING CRATERS This is level twenty-one of
   Myth II: Soulblighter.
Go to the Journal for literature and interpretation of the level.

This level is the secret level, and doesn't have a lot of secrets of its own, but it's got a lot of cool stuff to blow up!
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You will face a couple hordes like this at the start. Your archers will say a number of things, like "I'm sorry guys, I... I think I'm going to cry", "Oh, this is going to be sweet!", or "Gimme gimme gimme!" when they see these hordes.
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If you can tag a wight quick enough you can blow them all up like this. Whee doggy!
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If not, they will scatter and you will have to fight them the old fashioned way.
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After a few Ghols, Fetch, and Soulless, there are three fun things to blow up in one place: a wagon full of satchels, a pile of cannonballs, and a cave full of more satchels, which the Ghols were loading into the wagon before you came along.
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Next bit is a Wight pen guarded by Soulless. You can pick the Soulless off and then go after the wights, or just try to tag a wight close to the fence and take the Soulless out with them.
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Once inside the fence, start attacking the remaining wights and they will charge at you like pigs to the slaughter.
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Moving on, head east and some Ghols with various explosive implements will attack you. Take them with arcs or try to use a dodging zerk to make them blow their load prematurely.
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Keep going east and you'll find a HUGE pile of satchels. Upon detonation one of your Dwarfs may say "Woahoho, wait 'till I tell Balin about this one!" There's also a cool camera-shaking effect.
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Head back west into the final area. Fight through some Ghols, Mauls, Fetch, and Soulless - the only real difficult opposition on the map, though those first Fetch can be a bit tricky too - and you'll find an outhouse just begging to be blown up.
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And finally, a shack filled with explosive implements, surrounded by satchels and cannonballs, with some Soulless on top. Toss a molotov in under the door and watch it go boom. One of your Dwarves may say "They blowed up real good!". Even if not, you've won!

Myth II:
A Murder Of Crows
Index Myth II:
The Wall


Written and compiled Forrest.



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