Swords and Sandals 4 Tavern Quests Online Game
Swords and Sandals 4 Tavern Quests Game Description
The Swords & Sandals saga continues with S&SIV as our embattled gladiators step out from the arena and set out in a wider and more dangerous world. Up to four gladiators compete in a variety of minigames, adventures and battles set across an epic eight realms of danger and adventure. Swords & Sandals IV: Tavern Quests... it's the game all the gladiators are playing!
Swords and Sandals 4 Tavern Quests Game Instructions
Use Mouse to interact.
The game starts in a tavern, with some familiar faces from Swords & Sandals. From this screen, you can view the help guide and credits, play mini games you have unlocked Tor begin a new tavern quest. Once you decide to begin a new quest, you will be asked co select how many gladiators will be taking part.
You can select 2, 3 or 4 gladiators to join the quest - more gladiators means more fighting, more gold and more experience, but also longer adventures.
You can also select HUMAN or COMPUTER controlled gladiators - if you have a few friends over, try a "hotseat" multiplayer game. Human opponents are always more fun, unpredictable and interesting than computer controlled opponents.
After you have selected how many opponents, you can load a previously saved gladiator, use a-randomly generated gladiator or create a new one from scratch. Only gladiators you create yourself can be saved.
Creating a new Character:
You can edit any of the four gladiators joining your adventure, but only the first gladiator can be saved. Clicking the EDIT/NEW buttons brings up the character creation screen.
You can select everything from the character's species and hairstyle to their, combat specialty. Taller characters are better at parrying, but suffer a penalty to dodging, just as heavier characters are slower but have more health. Experiment and find a character that suits your playing style. You will also be asked to put skill points into your character's vital statistics.
You will also be asked to select a character class. There are four classes to choose from, each with their own unique skills. If you like to cast spells, select a MAGE if you're interested in staying alive, select a hardy PALADIN. BARDS use taunts and agility to wear down their opponent and FIGHTERS are masters of wielding two weapons and deadly critical strikes.
Your vital statistics govern what kind of gladiator you are. Are you a strong but slow fighter? Or maybe a wise but weak mage? There are any number of combinations you might try. You start off with IQ skill points to place points in any of the 5 statistics, and every two levels you can add 2 more skill points.
Whatever character type you choose, be: a FIGHTER, a PALADIN, a MAGE or a BARD, you should add points to stats that are specific to that class.
For example, if you put a lot of points into intellect, you should buy spells and armour that increase your magicka and not try to beat your enemies with melee weapons. Or on the other hand, strong warriors with low" intellect shouldn’t buy spells as they will not be very effective.
Strength: governs how much pure damage you do with melee weapons.
Vitality: governs how much health your gladiator has and how fast you recover from taking damage.
Charisma: governs how much damage you do with taunts. It also gives you discounts when buying and selling items in shops.
Intellect: governs your ability to learn powerful spells, and also increases your total magicka and magicka regeneration races. The more points you put into intellect, the more damage your spells do.
Agility: governs you your ability to defend, dodge and parry attacks.
Once you've selected all four gladiators, it's time to choose a board game realm. There are 8 realms to choose from, each is unlocked every ten levels. At first, you will only have access to the Vale Of Heroes realm, but soon you can progress to darker, more dangerous realms!
If you click on the icon beneath your character portrait in the realm screen when it is your character's turn, you can view your character's statistics and equip / unequip items. There are four, areas on in the View Character section you should know about.
The defaults screen you will, see is the Inventory screen. All items you have bought will appear on the left in your backpack. Click and drag them onto your character to equip each item. Helmets should be dragged onto the head of your character, boots onto the feet, and so on. Weapons are equipped in the RIGHT hand and shields in the right. If a weapon does not equip, try dragging it to the other hand. At high levels, you can wield two weapons!
On this screen you can view info about your character - his spell resistances, average damage per turn and other useful information. Click the sub buttons beneath this panel to find out extra information.
On the spellbook screen, you can equip any spells you have bought. You can equip up to eight spells at a time by clicking and dragging the icon from the spellbook to the hotkey panel at the bottom.
Tiles and items:
You can find many tiles and items in the game, like monsters, treasures, adventures, roll again, signposts, lose a turn, duels, sandals, flags, chests, gaining gold and more.
Occasionally during a game, and again at the end of the game, you will come across shops selling a variety of items. When you start out, only most basic items will appear in these shops, but occasionally you will see magical items which bestow great powers on your character. These items are distinguished from the more common items by the colour of the text on their name. Magical items for example are in green text. As you level up, you will start seeing rarer and more powerful items. There are even rumours of artefacts and legendary items for the truly great gladiator!
In shops, you simply click on an item to view it, and then click the BUY button to purchase it. Some items you will not be able to buy if you are not of a high enough level or lacking in a certain skill.
You can also sell things from your inventory back to shopkeepers - however, you cannot sell items still equipped.
So, in summary, unequip your items to your backpack before selling them back to shops.
Shops restock their kerns all the time Don't wait co buy an item later as it may be gone the next time you come back!
Remember, only player one's progress, items and inventory are saved. Player two, three and four are not tracked.
Duels and wandering monsters:
Sometimes you will he summoned to a duel, or encounter a wandering monster. In this case, you will enter the battle phase of the game.
After the battle introduction, your gladiator will enter into a turn based combat with your foe. Using the buttons surrounding your character, you will select a move you wish to perform. If you have any spells, they will appear above your main options panel. Once you cast a spell, there is a recharge time you need to wait before you can cast it again. If you don't have enough magicka to cast a spell, the spell button will be transparent.
At the cop of the screen is a display panel showing your current health-magicka and armour statistics and those of your enemies. If the battle is a duel, you will also see the stakes for the battle, e.g. To the Death means exactly that - lose the battle and it’s all over!
If you are doing battle with another human opponent, you will take turns fighting. Battle options will appear around your character when it is your turn. No cheating!
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