The boys can barely stay out of trouble in Charlotte. The bodies are piling up! A new vampire society has set up shop in the sewers. The boys are back with all-new monsters to battle, puzzles to unravel, and asses to kick in this fifth volume of the award-winning The Black Knight Chronicles series.
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Soon you are interrupted by a cutscene of Saradomin arriving to the area. After choosing an option either kneeling to, standing before, speaking to or calling Saradomin a snow imp , progress through the conversation.
If you have openly declared allegiance to a god through a God Emissary , you can bow before him if he is your chosen god, or if you have sided with any other emissary, initially defy his request and declare your loyalties to another god. Saradomin will tell you that his enemies, the Kinshra , have discovered a powerful weapon last used during the Third Age. He needs you to prevent them from using it. Accept the quest. Since you will need a disguise to enter the fortress, take the armour just south-west of you, made up of the Black Knight captain's helm , cuirass , gown , gauntlets and boots.
Equip the armour and return to Saradomin.
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He'll tell you that you'll be impersonating Captain Dulcin , the overseer of the Black Knights. Sir Owen will accompany you as your prisoner. With your permission, Saradomin will teleport you to the entrance of the Black Knights' Fortress. If you have a pet or familiar out, dismiss it before Saradomin teleports you, or you will not be able to go through the portcullis in the next part of the quest, this will save you from the possibility of not being able to dismiss the pet or familiar after being teleported.
During this section, you need to speak to the various characters in the fortress, convincing them that you are Captain Dulcin. Wrong answers will increase your suspicion bar, which must stay below , or you'll be kicked out and have to start over again. Attempt to open the portcullis and talk to the Fortress guard. Regardless of your answer to his first question, your suspicion bar will be raised to Before continuing, you may inspect the tapestries to learn about the lore of the quest, including the Siege of Falador , the Kinshra , and the War of Speak to Lieutenant York in the middle of the floor.
Head north-west and speak to the fortress guard next to the staircase. He'll ask what you're doing and tell you prisoners aren't allowed on the upper levels. Speak to Hierophant Marius , who will try to give you the mark of Zamorak. You may pray at the Zamorak Altar to the south, restoring your prayer points and reducing your suspicion bar by 5.
Speak to another Fortress guard at the south-east staircase, who again will tell you not to bring a prisoner up to the higher levels. Next, speak to Lieutenant Graves in the hallway, who will inform you that the witch has escaped and the operation has been sabotaged. Lieutenant Graves will ask to guard Sir Owen , but before he can do anything, Owen will incapacitate him.
Search the body for coins. You're given a choice whether to kill Graves or tie him up. Pick either option and head to Captain Dulcin's quarters. Search Dulcin's desk in the north-eastern area to find Captain Dulcin's journal , which you're unable to unlock. Head up the stairs to the ritual chamber. Search the wardrobe for a Letter from Lord Daquarius , search the box of candles for three red candles , search the shelf for chalk , and then take the Grimoire. Now read the Grimoire to learn the ritual and gain Magic experience. Light the candles by using them on the candlesticks positioned around the ritual circle, they are not specific to any particular stick so you may use them in any order.
Once you have the candles lit, talk to Sir Owen. He will tell you to chant over the north-west candle. When you start chanting, you can check the Grimoire to find the right words for the candle, which varies for each player: 1 on the Grimoire on the north-west candle, 2 on the north-east and 3 on the south-east. It must be in order. Sir Owen will confirm which candle needs to be chanted next. After chanting at the last candle, a portal will open up to an unknown realm. Prepare for battle by using the convenient bank chest, and enter the portal, which contains enemies with stats scaled to your own levels.
After the following point, if you need to bank for more supplies, you will need to teleport out. If you then talk to Saradomin he will offer you a teleport back to the ritual chamber. The portal leads to a Saradominist crypt, with three Black Knights torturing a Damsel.
After a quick cutscene, dispatch the three Black Knights, which may require some food. Search their bodies to find some coins and a cage door key , which you can use to unlock the Damsel's cage. She explains that she is Dawn , a sister of the Abbey of St. Elspeth Citharede. Dawn will tell you that the Black Knights have found a weapon sealed behind a holy barrier, and they're trying to sacrifice her to breach the barrier.
You're given a choice of what to do with her, but she'll stay in the main area regardless of your decision. Search the supply crate for fire runes and water runes , and take the handwritten message from the crate in the south-east. Enter the doorway to the east, to a crypt filled with the bodies of Saradominist warriors from the Third Age. Inspect the coffins or the heaps of bones for more information on the history of the area. Open the portcullis to the south, gaining Strength experience.
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