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- T.O.B.Y.

Fable 2 Walkthrough and Guide

by Mike Hazleton  

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Fable 2 Guide - T.O.B.Y.

First up, set the T.O.B.Y. quest as your active task in the main menu and navigate your way to the middle of the hill on which most of the shops and houses in Bloodstone are. You'll find the man himself, Toby that is, on the top floor of his house, otherwise known as Temple of Benevolent Yokels. If things sound a bit fishy then that's because they are, but we still need to play through to get the mega 4000 renown and 10 good or 30 evil points. For the good of the temple you need to gather some sacred items so that he can perform a ritual to get rid of all the prostitutes, beggars and general lowlifes from Bloodstone. It sounds like a noble idea if it were to work.

Unfortunately, as you may gather from the first two items (the Mutton of Eternal Hope and the Wine of Forgiveness, located inside the searchable furniture upstairs in the marked houses nearby), he's having you on, using you simply to steal from his neighbours! Once you bring him the Sacred Pie of Kindness this time on the ground floor of the marked building, things take a turn for the worse – bringing him a prostitute is the next task – apparently to use in the ritual.

After he asks you to leave him alone, head down the street and speak to the local fellow who knows the truth. Return to the house and bang on the door until Toby answers. Scare him using your most devilish expressions to earn the renown and 10 good points or kill him, having made a mockery of you with his conniving ways to get the usual 30 evil points for a murder.

If you're having trouble stealing the items, wait until about midday as the houses are more likely to be empty. If you do get caught in the act, use the apology expression (marked with the white flag) to smooth things over.