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Fable 3 Mercenary Camp

Updated on October 27, 2010

Fable 3 Mercenary Disguise Uncovered

Fable 3 Mercenary Disguise Uncovered
Fable 3 Mercenary Disguise Uncovered

Fable 3 Mercenary Camp

Fable 3 road to rule goes through the mercenary camp. Immediately after finishing the fable 3 academy quest, the hero prince is asked to earn some money from labour to buy a mercenary tattoo on the right arm. The easiest task is probably to make pies. Make enough pies and the hero prince can now buy the mercenary tattoo. Also the prince needs a beard to make him look menacing and be able to blend into the camp. Head towards Mistpeak Valley where the camp is.

Fable 3 Mercenary Camp Big Battle

The hero is able to pass through some of the camp, posing as the drunk mercenary Jim, until he reaches a guard post. Here he is discovered to be an impostor. The fable 3 mercenary camp big battle then begins. This is a series of great battle testing the hero prince's various abilities, including shooting with a rifle or pistol, discharging electrical attacks or fire attacks with the spell gauntlets, and swordplay. The battle is spiced up by the barrels arranged randomly around the camp, which one can shoot at and cause explosions, further igniting the battle. It may be worthwhile getting a few red health potions for this battle.

Fable 3 Captain Saker

Fable 3 Captain Saker
Fable 3 Captain Saker

Fable 3 Captain Saker

The main aim of this exercise is to find captain saker and ask him to round up his men and leave the camp dwellers alone. Eventually, the hero prince reaches captain saker. Saker is intrigued by the hero prince and asks his men to stay back whilst he tackles this little problem.

Fable 3 Captain Saker is a tough fight for the beginning stage of the fable 3 story. This is when those red potions will prove useful, because if the hero prince is knocked out, he loses the very important guild points which he has collected so far.

One useful technique for defeating Captain Saker is to use electricity. This has the effect of stunning not just Saker but the men who will jump in to help Saker. Try to distance the hero prince from the attacks of Saker to prolong the fight until Saker succumbs to your attacks.

Once Saker is down, the hero prince has the option of sparing Saker or beheading him. The choice is yours. In this storyline, one plays the good hero prince, and so Saker is spared. In another alternate story, one plays an evil princess, ready to receive the Sword Inquisitor.


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