Dungeon of Patheticness - The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe
Dungeon of Patheticness
When you enter the Dungeon, you will find yourself in an empty foyer. Pass
Through this to go through the second portal.
This is the entrance to a narrow corridor. Take this narrow corridor east
Until you reach first portal to the Northwest. (There may or may not be two
Chairs acting as a barrier which you then smash. Barriers are generated at
Random each time you enter a dungeon.)
This will be the entrance to another narrow corridor.
Go directly east in this corridor. You may find three archers in your path.
Kill them and continue east until you reach the wall, then go North and when
You reach that wall, go east to enter another screen.
When you enter the second screen, go north only until you can go east. Smash
The four shining silver wheels and keep going east. You will see entrances
Both to the north and south, but ignore them and go straight towards the
East. Go all the way to the eastern wall before you go North, and when you
Reach the northern wall in this chamber, go south only until you can go east
Again. Here you will enter a huge chamber and the music will change. (You
May find a stone barrier across a path to the east that will force you to go
Further south. If this is the case, simply take the entrance to the east
Further south and then go North to enter the huge chamber.) The prisoner, who
Is a Satyr, is in the Northeast corner of this chamber, guarded by a
Werewolf. You must defeat a Werewolf to reach him.
The way back to the first screen in this Dungeon (if you feel you missed
Something before you fight the Werewolf) is in the Southwest corner, going
After you speak to the Satyr, you will find yourself outside the Dungeon as
Usual in these situations. Speak to the Fox there.
'If she hurts him, she'll rue the Day!' is the correct response with the fox.
After you speak to the Fox, you will find you have been transported somehow to
The Beavers' House. Speak to Mrs. Beaver. The correct response with her
Is: 'Under attack? By whom?'
Added by: Guest Nov 15th 2012, ID#17692