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Tulla Interior


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1 - Mural of Enlightenment

The mural is the key to figuring out how to speak with the ghost of Pelojian (see #4). The mural depicts four large symbols, each surrounded by four small symbols. The 16 small symbols represent the 16 colleges of magic, and they can also be found on the 16 pressure plates outside. The four large symbols have an unknown meaning, but they can be found on the four canto buildings outside.

If you can't pick locks or cast the unlocking cantrip, then to open each canto building you must step on the four pressure plates associated with it, and do so in the correct order. Start with the symbol at the 12:00 position and then work clockwise. The last symbol should always be right in front of the building you want to open.


2 - Teleportation Circle

You'll be able to use the circle if you attempt to become a master of a college of magic (see #5a-o).


3 - Jorian

Before Jorian will let you in to see Simeon Tor (#4), you'll have to go back downstairs and look at the mural (#1), even if you looked at it before. Then you'll be able to open the doorway to Simeon Tor's room (Exit C).


4 - Simeon Tor

When you tell Simeon Tor that Nasrudin sent you to discover the location of Vendigroth, he'll reply that Pelojian is the only one who can help you. Then he'll add that Pelojian has been dead for over a thousand years, but that he appears nightly at the pool in the center of the city (Tulla Exterior, #8). Tor won't have any idea about how you might get the spirit to speak, but he'll hint that anything Jorian (#3) has had you do is probably important.


5 - Master Mages

The mages can train you to become a master of a magical college. They'll give you a mastery medallion, and the medallion will allow you to use the teleportation circle in the center of the level (#2). The circle will transport you to a series of rooms that have puzzles and / or enemies in them. If you can complete the puzzles and kill the enemies, usually by using spells from the magic college, and return to the master mage, then you'll be able to cast the spells in the college at half the mana cost (so it's useful to become master of, say, the force college). You can only become a master of a single college, and you don't need to wear the mastery medallion for the reduction in mana cost.

The masters are listed below:

a) Liam Raymond, Master of Meta

For the mastery quest, in the first area you'll find three lords of the damned, and one of them will have a key allowing you to unlock a door and go through a portal. In the second area you'll face a single elf wizard. The wizard will also have a key on his body, and it will allow you to access another portal past another locked door. This last portal will take you back to the main level of the Tulla Interior.

b) S'Btin'ka, Mistress of Morph

If you agreed to help Cynthia Wit in Caladon, then you'll be able to buy lycanthrope restorative from S'Bin'ka for 2000 (or 1000) gold. You can also just steal it from her.

For the mastery quest, in the first area you'll find a very small door. You'll have to cast the shrink spell on yourself to pass through it. In the second area you'll face three skullcrushers. One of them will have a key. The key unlocks the door leading to a portal, and the portal will take you back to the main level of the Tulla Interior.

c) Ferko Lydell, Master of Nature

For the mastery quest, in the first area you'll find a whole slew of level 30 firejumpers. You're probably supposed to use the empathy spell to tame the firejumpers so you can get to the chest in the center of the area, but that's never worked well for me, and the only way through the firejumpers seems to be to take them on in combat (easier said than done, but worth a lot of experience). However you get past the firejumpers, you'll find a key in the chest, and the key will allow you to move on to the second area.

In the second area you'll find a bunch of brute fangs, but this battle is much easier because there are fewer brute fangs to worry about. Once past the brute fangs you'll be teleported back to the main level of the Tulla Interior.

d) D'Ary, Master of Necromantic Black

For the mastery quest, in the first area you'll find a bunch of level 3 lesser krags guarding a chest. Once you defeat the krags and open the chest, you'll find a key allowing you access to the second area. In the second area you'll find a pair of frigidons, one of which will be carrying a key. The key unlocks the nearby door, allowing you to leave the area and return to the main level of the Tulla Interior.

e) Bilko Gavin, Master of Necromantic White

For the mastery quest, in the first area you'll find some dragarons fighting skullcrushers. Any dragarons that survive will attack you, so you can either heal the skullcrushers so they fight longer, or just wade in and attack the dragarons, or ignore the battles completely since the door on the other side of the area is unlocked. In the second area you'll find a bunch of molten arachnids to kill, but eventually the hallways will lead to a portal, and the portal will take you back to the main level of the Tulla Interior.

f) Daemon Gardi, Master of Phantasm

For the mastery quest, in the first (and only) area you'll find some frigidons and dragarons to kill. Past them, through an unlocked door, a portal will return you to the main level of the Tulla Interior.

g) Harold Sumner (aka Tom Smith), Master of Summoning

For the mastery quest, in the first area you'll face a bunch of krag warriors and a single skullcrusher. The skullcrusher has the key allowing you to return to the main level of the Tulla Interior.

h) S'yala, Mistress of Temporal

For the mastery quest, in the first area you'll face three level 25 wargunns. Then in the second area you'll face over a dozen level 25 wargunns. The portal in the second area leads back to the main level of the Tulla Interior. None of the doors in the two areas are locked.

i) Ve'Tura, Mistress of Conveyance

For the mastery quest, you'll first find yourself on a platform. To get to the portal on the other side, you'll have to use the spatial distortion spell. (If you try to walk, you'll just get teleported back.) In the second area, you'll find a rock sitting on a portal with eight pillars of different colors surrounding it. The pillars farthest from the rock can't be moved, but the four closest to the rock can be moved using the unseen force spell. The idea is to push the four movable pillars to the corners of the area so that the unmovable pillar between them is the combination of their colors. That is, the pillars should go, in clockwise order: orange, red, magenta, dark blue, light blue, green, lime, yellow. Once you get the pillars in the correct order, the rock will disappear and you'll be able to return to the main level of the Tulla Interior.

j) Cassandra Johanson, Mistress of Divination

For the mastery quest, you'll find yourself in an area with six teleportation circles. If you cast the sense hidden spell, you'll discover that five of the circles are guarded by level 30 invisible crushers, and one isn't. The unprotected circle will take you back to the main level of the Tulla Interior. The other five circles won't do anything.

k) Wel' K'ene, Master of Air, and Addo Terrin, Master of Earth

For the air mastery quest, in the first area you'll find some tattered bowmen and numerous traps. Potentially you could cast body of air and avoid all the traps, but that won't help your followers any. Plus, the traps aren't very powerful, so the easiest thing to do is just walk through the room and take your lumps. In the second area you'll find six more tattered bowmen and a locked door, but I have no idea how you're supposed to unlock the door, other than by picking it or using the unlocking cantrip. Maybe a key's supposed to appear on the skeletons but doesn't? Past the locked door you'll find the portal back to the main level of the Tulla Interior.

For the earth mastery quest, in the first area you'll find two lines of tattered bowmen, which should be easy to defeat. In the second area you'll find some skullcrushers and a 3x3 configuration of chests. The key to the next area is in the chests. In the third area you'll find some widower spiders. No key is required to exit the area and return to the main level of the Tulla Interior.

l) Naph'Tha, Mistress of Fire

For the mastery quest, in the first area you'll find a walkway of flames. You can cast body of fire on yourself to avoid most of the damage, but that won't help your followers any. So either tell them to wait before starting the quest, or else strip them first to preserve their armor. In the second area, you'll have to fight a few water elementals. Beyond the water elementals you'll find the portal leading back to the main level of the Tulla Interior.

m) V'ed Eckes, Master of Water

Eckes will tell you about a student he sent out to find a gem of water purity, and how even though the student found the gem, he is now considered tainted and can't be allowed back inside the walls of Tulla. Further, he'll ask you to go outside to collect the gem from the student. If you're nice or persuasive, you might be able to convince the student he doesn't really belong in Tulla, and he'll give up the gem peaceably before he leaves. Otherwise you'll have to rob or kill the student to get the gem. Since the student has a Clarington rifle and machined plate, as well as the gem, you might want to kill him regardless. When you return the gem to Eckes you'll receive a robe of fire protection and 3100 experience.

Note: The gem quest is a reference to Fallout.

For the mastery quest, in the first area you'll face a bunch of kite berserkers, and then in the second area you'll face a bunch of monkey swarmers. None of the doors are locked, so you can just run through the fights if you want.

n) Rys'Ard, Master of Force

For the mastery quest, in the first area you'll find two frigidons and a locked door. To get past the locked door you can just disintegrate it (or use the unlocking cantrip, or whatever). In the second area you'll find a bunch of monkey swarmers. In the third area you'll encounter a level 30 siren queen. Since she isn't carrying anything, it's safe to use disintegrate on her. Past the queen is the portal back to the main level of the Tulla Interior.

o) Edgar Jerryl, Master of Mental

For the mastery quest, in the first area you'll face a pair of wargunns. If there's a clever way to unlock the door beyond them, I don't know what it is. (Perhaps you can dominate the wargunns and order them to break down the door, but you probably have the unlocking cantrip, which is easier to use.) In the second area you'll find some chests guarded by frigidons. Each of the chests contains a key, but you need to find the "tulla-battle-mental" key to leave the area and return to the main level of the Tulla Interior.


Exits:

A. Exit back to the Tulla Exterior.
B. Stairs between the main level and the upstairs landing.
C. Doorway between Simeon Tor's room and the upstairs landing.
D. Teleporter to the Ring of Brodgar.
E. Teleporter to Caladon.
F. Teleporter to Black Root.
G. Teleporter to Tarant.
H. Teleporter to Ashbury.
I. Teleporter to Stillwater.

Walkthrough

Introduction

 

Major Areas

 

Minor Areas

 

Optional Areas

 

Other Quests

 

Skills