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  1. Also when putting an item in the box it will look like you're just putting it on the ground/do it the same way that you would while putting something on the ground. Closing the lid before throwing the switch doesn't matter. And of course save before playing with it just in case...
  2. I checked with her & she didn't mention payment of cash in addition to the items with any of the other armor she could make. Unfortunately I didn't have the required eyestalk with my guys so I didn't get the crafting option dialogue either to check on that one. Hopefully someone else can check for you reasonably soon.
  3. That should probably be enough (iirc it was 500/1000?). /or I could be completely thinking of someone else. I'll see if I have a save game from around that time & check it out once I get back to the computer with the game on it (if nobody else has an idea before then).
  4. Do you have enough money to pay for it? /assuming that the ingredients are correct...
  5. It's been a few weeks but iirc there should have been a trogolo/letter waiting for you telling you thanks & now get out once you reentered the cell. Once hearing/reading that then out in the hallway there is a switch to open up the back exit.
  6. User name does 'not' check out.... But yes, well said by Tsvetushchiy
  7. One flutters their eyelashes/flexes their muscles & hope that whichever Moderator sees this is of the opposite sex? Grovelling probably works too... /anyway, yeah there's a fight that's avoided (iirc)
  8. Have you been able to enter the Keep (not sure if that's what you're talking about - big town anyway) in the upper left corner of Footracer Provence (you have to go over one of two bridges to get there - big fight to get across - or use the Orb of T I suppose would work too)? If the Princess gave you permission to enter (which she obviously did if you're in) then that's where you need to end up.
  9. I don't think I've ever run into that. Where/what were you doing when it happened? Other details that you can think of would probably help too. /welcome btw
  10. Once you clear Vo.. Vo... the vampire's tomb (...sigh, old man's memory...) though the undead in the area dissipate/don't respawn. There are still a bunch in the Fading Tower area (again, if it hasn't been cleared) & also at the Inn up at the end of the mountain range (somewhat south of Spineridge), yet again if it hasn't been cleared out. The woods south of Calloc are also good (along with the dungeon in the area - although that area may be a bit much until at least mid game)). For lower level undead, the Spiral Crypt on the Isle of Bigial is usually pretty good.
  11. If the 'interesting options' are what I mentioned... I was kidding. The only thing that you need to sell to them are the big bags of meal that are all over the place (as they stack, keep them out of your junk bag). They only buy a limited amount of them (40-50?), but they will buy more than their limit if you sell them all at once. So if you 'really' need the cash right away, don't sell them more than 25-30 & then come back late in the game & dump the other 60 on them. Or just wait until later in the game & sell them the 80-90 big heavy bags of flour that you've been hauling all over the place for months.
  12. You could try the dungeon near Golddale (where Ernest sends you after taking his book). I doubt that either of the scripted ones in the top center respawn but there might be one (or more) down in the lower right. North-east(ish) from the Slime Pit is the encounter where you help out a Dragon Lord against some upstarts. Near there there is an outdoor encounter with a few drakes (who are slinking around looking for something - the DL). If you left them alone at the time, they still slink around even after helping out the DL (they won't respawn though if you killed them earlier)
  13. I think Ben is talking about the area upstairs in the top right of the screen (in the original A3 you would go there & then go downstairs to a small treasure room). I was never able to figure out how to get over there The switch in the downstairs treasure room opens up the wall to get to the boat to go to the SW (lower left of the screen)
  14. You need to power up the teleporter off on the left of your screen. Use the lasers/mirrors from the center section to do so. The (nice at places) loot is just extra stuff to do here.
  15. Gee, if I knew I was getting top line credit I would have put more effort into my earlier answer... From what I observed, most any dungeon will respawn somewhat over time (outdoor encounters don't from what I could tell. Once that area was cleared out of wandering troglos, that is it for them). It won't be many & it will be the main type of monster for that dungeon (goblin in Goblin Cave, bandit in Bandit Lair, etc). Some will be random of a type (such as slimes in the Slime Pit when you go back to take down the barriers & clean out the chests). However don't count on a respawn to fill a particular job board dispatch. It very well may work right away... or it very well may not. I only (rarely) took that kind of job if I was going into an area where I 'knew' there would be that particular kind of monster to harvest (job board dispatch, not quest board quests. Those are scripted to be able to be finished one way or another). Summoned monsters, even if the right 'type' didn't always give up whatever parts were needed upon death. Unfortunately, some did (unfortunate in the sense that there's no hard & fast rule to summoned creatures). So you may get the job filled if you stumble across someone who then summoned the correct monster... but don't count on it. When killing a monster that you need to fill a job board dispatch, try not to blast it with an AoE spell (Divine Fire, Ice Spray, etc), sometimes you would get the bits you needed & others you wouldn't (I also noticed that I didn't always get experience for an AoE kill but that's another bug for another thread...). If you really need parts of a particular monster I'd recommend killing it 1-1 (melee whack, arrow, firebolt, smite, etc). Honestly though, I tried to avoid taking the 'go kill a monster' type of job board dispatch (& again this is completely different than a quest board/specifically scripted in quest). You only have room for 4 jobs at a time & more often than not a couple of the available ones were of the 'show up & get some cash' types of jobs (deliver an important message to..., deliver a pair of rapiers to..., etc). As new jobs are randomly added to each board every few days, you're 'never' going to clear all the jobs (again, jobs not quests), so you don't 'have' to take whatever's available in one city. So in that case, why fill up a slot that will probably take close to a month (if not more) to fulfill? Whatever, it's great to have this supply of available money throughout the game & not be so tightly scripted like in other SW games. Want a certain type of training but can't afford it just yet? Do a couple of jobs that were on the way towards where you were going next anyway & build up your bank acct. And once you get the Recall Crystal (in combination with Ernest's teleporters), bouncing around to do a quick but high paying job is pretty easy.