Fable II allows the player to have their own child after entering a heterosexual marriage. In order to have a child, you have to interest your spouse enough to have sex with you. This can be done with the “Come Back to My Place” expression, or by using the “Thumbs Up” expression if a spouse asks you to sleep with them.
Notes. In Fable II, you cannot reclaim your children after the Agency has collected them. In Fable II, it is also impossible to take care of your children without a spouse. No matter what you do, the Agency will still take your children after your spouse’s death.
Fable II. In Fable II, ageing is no longer associated with levelling up abilities. The major ageing differences are from childhood to adulthood, and later during the 10 years you spend in the Tattered Spire.
If you pick Sacrifice, you will spawn in Oakfield docks, without a dog, but with a letter and a new quest from the people of Albion, stating their thanks for your sacrifice. If you picked Wealth, a note from Theresa tells you to return to the Guild Cave.
Monarch comes from the Ancient Greek language, meaning ‘single ruler’. The Title “King” or “Queen” can be earned in Fable II by buying all the real estate in Albion.
Cheet-ur’s Crypt is a place on Knothole Island that allows you to resurrect your Dog. This comes at a price, though, as you have to get someone to follow you and then sacrifice them to Cheet-ur who, apparently, liked dogs more than humans.
Showing affection and keeping the daily allowance (Fable II and Fable III) for that family at a reasonable level will stop them from having negative feelings about you. Your spouse may also divorce you if he or she is unhappy enough.
Keep hold of the Dark Seal. The Hero will be punished with wrinkles, glowing red eyes, and grey hair. Once the Hero finishes the Retribution quest, they will return to normal. Give the Dark Seal to the woman so she suffers the punishment instead.
The Scar Vanishing Potions are a series of potions that will remove scars from your body (gained if the Hero is defeated or knocked out in battle) but give you corruption points in return. They are only available from the Knothole Island DLC.
Simply go to the Temple of Light in Oakfield and you can make donations (via the non-glowing coffer just right of the central statue). You get morality and purity points for the cash you donate, though you have to donate at least 50 gold coins in order to earn anything.
|Last Appearance||Fable: The Journey|
The Ruler of Albion is an achievement in Fable II. In order to receive this achievement you must attain 2.5 Million Gold’s worth of real Estate.
Talk to Gordon on the docks of Bowerstone Market. He’ll deliver his spiel and give you One Buried Calorie Potion, Solar Shielding Spectacles, a copy of Knothole Island, Vol 1, plus a pair of Assassin Gloves and Knothole Knight Boots. Gordon will then ask if you want to go with him to Knothole island.
Fable II Downloadable Content or Fable II DLC is extra content released by Lionhead Studios for Fable II through Xbox Live.
After completing all the Knothole Island Weather Quests, the Hero gains access to the Weather Chamber, the entrance to which is located on the island in the middle of the village lake. This will allow the Hero to change the weather at will to whichever of the seasons they desire.
You tell your spouse to follow you and you take them to the home you want. Select the sign in front of the house and it will say set martial home. The kids will just appear after that. Thank you.
The Potion of Transmogrification, also known as the sex change potion, changes your character’s sex. It is located in Fairfax Tomb in Fairfax Castle.
If you talk to the woman who helps you woo Lady Grey, she will be sad about her loneliness and tell you that you and Grey will be happy together. After that, you will be given the option to ask her to marry.
If you refuse the offer of marriage, then Lady Grey will disappear from the game, and you’ll be able to expose her and become Mayor yourself by talking to the captain of the guards in Bowerstone North. If you become Mayor, then you’ll gain access to Bowerstone Manor, just like if you had married Lady Grey.
You have to marry Lady Grey to open the Demon Door in the Grey House area. … Upon researching the “Investigating the Mayor” quest online I found out that if you are married when you get the letter in the cellar she forces you to give her the letter and the quest is finished. You can’t expose her.
|Last Appearance||Fable III|
|Status||Alive (If hero chooses) Deceased (If hero chooses)|
Throughout the rest of the game, however, the player can romance any character whose sexuality marks them as potentially interested in the Hero. Moreover, unlike in the prior games, in Fable III players and their same-sex partners can adopt children.
After saying their thanks, the villagers all disappear and colour returns to the snowglobe. You are then free to return to the starting area beyond the wheat field, where a Cullis Gate will allow you to leave the region.
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