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BY GAMERS. FOR GAMERS.
Copyright 1995 Interplay Productions. All Rights Reserved. STONEKEEP is a trademark of Interplay Productions. STONEKEEP is protected under the copyright laws and regulations of the United States of America.
Game Mechanics Journal
Keyboard & Cursors
Installation & Customer Support back cover
The Legend of Stonekeep, mightiest of the human citadels and home to the hero Drake. For it was Drake who defeated the Shadowking and raised Stonekeep back from the depths of the earth itself. Unless you help, this happy ending may not come to pass.
f all the tales and legends, there stands one above all
Stonekeep is the second part of this legend. Theras Awakening, the novella included in this package, is the first part and you should read it for background. Reading Theras Awakening is not necessary to help Drake in his quest, but Stonekeep will be more enjoyable if you do. Thank you for purchasing Stonekeep! Its been a long road and we hope that you enjoy playing it as much as we enjoyed bringing it to you.
Team Stonekeep & Interplay Productions
step forward turn left turn right
lay Stonekeep using the mouse and the keyboard.
Walking through Stonekeep is controlled by the ARROW KEYS as shown above. Unlocked doors open when you move into them. Locked doors open other ways. Climb stairs and ladders by walking into them. Your mouse controls the CURSOR. The cursor icon changes to show you what action you can take with your hands. The LEFT and RIGHT mouse buttons represent your left and right hands. This is important when you equip an item in each hand, and may affect other actions as well.
You can pick up items you find by moving the cursor until it turns into a GRAB HAND over the item. When you left click once, the cursor changes into the active item. You can throw an active item by moving it towards the top of the screen and clicking a mouse button. The higher up the item when you click, the harder Drake throws the item. Low to the ground, Drake will place the active item on the floor instead. Drake has a Magick Scroll that holds your inventory items. To open the scroll, move the mouse cursor to the right side of the screen. When the cursor changes to a SCROLL, click once with either button to reveal your inventory. Place the item on the scroll and click again to add it to your inventory. You can stack identical items on top of each other if you want. The number of items in that pile will appear next to the cursor when you do so.
You can remove items from the SCROLL by using the grab hand. As you add more items to the INVENTORY SCROLL, it changes length to accommodate the new items. At some point, you will need to scroll the SCROLL to see all the items. To move to the top or bottom of your inventory, use the top or bottom of the SCROLL. The inventory will scroll as long as you hold the mouse button down or until you run out of items. The right mouse button scrolls faster than the left mouse button. When you grab items, the right mouse button will automatically add the active item to your inventory. It will try to add the item to an appropriate container (like an arrow to a quiver, or a rock to a bag of rocks); if it cannot do that, it will search for identical items, and if that fails, it will drop the new item at the top of your inventory. The left mouse button will just open your inventory for you. The middle mouse button (or the left and right buttons at the same time) will make the item active.
The MYSTIC MIRROR allows you to see Drake and his party of adventuring friends. Use the MIRROR to equip and wield items, like armor and weapons, or to use items on your characters, such as heal roots and scrolls. To toggle the MIRROR display, move the cursor to the upper right side of the screen. When the cursor changes to a mirror, click once. Open the mirror by clicking on the Direction Gem. The MIRROR will also open when you open the INVENTORY SCROLL. Move an active item to the character portrait in the MIRROR and click once to equip or use the item. If the item needs to be placed into a characters hand, like a sword, move the cursor over the desired hand and click. The small bars under your characters are their VITALITY METERS. Click on the METER to show the number of Vitality points remaining. When Vitality reaches 0, then that character is unconscious. If Drake loses all his Vitality, the game is over!
inding the JOURNAL quickly is essential. It records useful information along your journey through Stonekeep. When you have the JOURNAL, open it by clicking on the upper left edge of your screen (when the cursor changes to a little journal). Close the Journal by clicking outside its pages. The JOURNAL is divided into six sections.
The first section shows your characters statistics and skills. Refer to these pages to track your characters improvement and to check his status. When others join your party, information about them will be recorded here as well. The combat page shows what armor and weapons you have equipped. It also shows how much damage your armor absorbs when you are hit and it shows how accurate
your weapon is and the average damage it delivers.
If you ever need to record information about your game, use this section. The QUILL CURSOR shows where you can writeclick to start typing and when you are done typing.
This is where Drake records any RUNES he finds and where spells are prepared. You can write your own notes next to the RUNES. Refer to Magick (pg. 11) for more information.
Many important clues are automatically recorded here for you. Refer here when you need help.
When you find a new item, a record of the item is added to this section. You can write your own notes here as well.
Everywhere you step will be recorded in this section. Use the QUILL to write notes in squares you have visited. A red mark on the map will show the location of a note. Click on the mark to see the note. A map in the Journal. Click on the number next to the note to jump back to the map. Erase all the text of a note to remove the red mark from the map. Use the key to bring up the current map.
he world of Stonekeep is filled with magick, but you must find the necessary items before you can use magick to cast spells. There are two basic items you need: RUNECASTERS and RUNES. You must also have the JOURNAL. Runecasters are magick staves and runes are written symbols of spells. You will find runes on scrolls as you explore. When you read a scroll with a new rune, that rune is automatically recorded in your JOURNAL. You can record notes and observations next to the rune in the JOURNAL. Runes must be inscribed onto a runecaster before you can cast spells. With a runecaster equipped in either hand, open the JOURNAL to the runes section and click on the rune you wish to inscribe. You will need to click with the right mouse
button for the right hand or the left mouse button for the left hand. Move the cursor to one of the blank slots on the runecaster and click again to write the rune. There is a limited number of slots; the number varies and depends on the quality of the runecaster. If you want to replace an old rune with a new rune, simply write the new rune over the old.
There are different types of runes: Mannish, Throggish, Faerie and Meta runes. The first three are called basic runes, however, Meta runes can modify basic runes. Meta runes must be written on top
of basic runes, but they will not erase the basic rune. To cast a spell, click with the appropriate mouse button and then select the proper spell by clicking on it. A final click may be necessary if the spell requires a target. The runecaster will remember the last spell you cast, so if you wish to cast the same spell, you will not need to select it again. Spells require a power, called mana. When you cast a spell, the mana to power the spell comes from the runecaster. Spells use different amounts of mana: the more powerful the spell, the more mana it costs. Runecasters can only hold a limited amount of mana. When you use all the mana, you will need to find a magick source to recharge your runecaster.
U Step Forward w W Turn Left a X Turn Right d V Step Back s Journal ! First page @ Notes (most recent) # Runes (first page) $ Clues (most recent) % Items (most recent) ^ T Map
F Last page, current section P Page back in Journal Q Page forward in Journal Game Controls Save Game Subtitling (On/Off) Load Game Lower Music volume Raise Music volume Lower Sound volume Raise Sound volume Voices (On/Off) Quit
H First page, current section
Brightness control Mouse Sensitivity G Options Screen/Cancel o Game Options Screen i Inventory scroll m Mystic mirror j Journal E Pause (speech) Z Cancel Cursors
Inventory H Top of inventory F Bottom of inventory P Up five items Q Down five items
t the beginning of Stonekeep, Drake is capable but not very experienced. As progress is made through gameplay, and skills practiced, Drake will improve his abilities. Its important to improve your characters!
Strength, Agility and Health are statistics that define your characters. There are no intelligence or perception statistics. Youll have to provide those yourself! Strength is raw might. It adds to the damage you do in combat and other physical tasks you may have to perform. Strength improves by using heavy weapons. Agility measures quickness and dexterity. With skills and other factors, it determines how accurate you are in
combat. It also reduces your chance of being hit. Use lighter weapons to increase Agility. As Health improves, the more likely you can shrug off the effects of poison or bad magick. It also determines your Vitality. When your Health increases, your Vitality also increases. Health increases when Strength and Agility do. There are also Skills, which represent specialized training. Skills also improve by use. Archery, Axe, Brawl, Dagger, Hammer, Polearm, and Sword are all combat skills. Each weapon you use falls under a particular combat skill. Combat skill is used to determine your weapon accuracy and speed. Defense is how good you are with a shield, and how often that shield blocks attacks in combat. Stealth is a measure of how quiet you are when walking slowly and carefully. The better your Stealth, the more likely you can surprise monsters from behind. Magick governs your rune magick skill. The more skilled rune-magickians can use runecasters more efficiently, using less mana to cast more spells.
From the Options screen, you may: SAVE the current game LOAD a previously saved game START A NEW GAME from the very beginning Select GAME OPTIONS QUIT the game SAVE GAME displays your save game slots. Click on the up/down arrows to scroll through the list. Click on a slot, and type a name to save your game under. Press
ressing the key during normal play will display the OPTIONS SCREEN. The game will pause when you do this.
when you are done to save your game, or press at any time to cancel the operation. You have 20 save game slots. LOAD GAME displays the saved games, along with the names of the games and a picture of where you saved them. Click on a save game slot to load that saved game. Use the up and down arrows to scroll through the list. START A NEW GAME does exactly that. QUIT GAME exits Stonekeep. Save your game first! GAME OPTIONS allows you to change the volume of the music, the volume of the sound effects and speech, the sensitivity of the mouse and the brightness of the display. Click on the left and right arrows of an option to change it. See Keyboard (pg. 14-15) for shortcuts. RETURN TO GAME will unpause the game and return you to the action.
Press the spacebar or a movement key to close the MIRROR and the SCROLL. Move the mouse cursor over the pile of bones and click once with either button to search the bones. Move the cursor over the skull; when the cursor changes to a hand, click once with the right mouse button the skull should disappear. Press the up arrow to walk forward, press the right arrow to turn right. Search the rubble by punching it.
fter Thera brings you to the Ruins of Stonekeep, your quest begins. Here are some pointers to help you start out
When the cursor changes to the grab hand, right click. Now move the cursor to the righthand side of the screen until it turns into a scroll, and click. You should have a rock and skull in your inventory. Grab the rock out of your inventory with your mouse. The rock is now active. Click to close the scroll. Move the rock cursor over the sparkling thing and click again to throw the rock. The higher the rock, the farther it flies.
Walk forward to the door. After Thera speaks, (and thank goodness She isnt mad at you), pick up the rock using the middle mouse button (or both the left and right buttons at the same time). Open the door by walking forward. Walk through the door, and follow Thera. When you see the ant, throw the rock at it. If the ant lives after you hit it with a rock, punch it a couple of times. The attack cursor shows when you can attack, when its full size, and where exactly you want to attack. Walk up to the sign on the wall. Move the cursor over the sign and read it with the INSPECT cursor. From the sign, turn right, walk forward once and turn to the left. Walk up to the door and open it. Walk into the room. Walk up to the chest and open it with your hands. Grab all the items out of the chest! Equip Drake with the dagger by:
opening your inventory, grabbing the dagger, and then moving the dagger up to Drakes image in the mirror. Move the dagger over Drakes right hand and click once when he reaches to take the dagger. Remember, this is a mirror. Read the scroll by dragging the scroll to any part of Drake and clicking once. When you are done listening to Drake, and you can bypass speech with the space bar, drop the scroll. Turn to the right and search the bed with your newly-found dagger. Walk forward and turn to the right. Examine the ruined table with your cursor. You found something when the cursor changes into the GRAB HAND. There is leather chest armor hidden in the ruins of the table. Pick it up and equip it in the same way as you equipped the dagger. Exit the room and follow the corridor around to the left. Congratulations! Youre on your way to becoming a hero!
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Executive Producer Art Assistants Voice Recording Engineer Faerie Music Recorded at
Produced & Directed by
TODD LOENHORST SCOTT EVERTS
Dungeon Environment Designer
Voice Recording Technical Supervisor and Editor
Faerie Music Recording Engineers
Based on an Original Story by
Script Log Assistant
BOB BROWN JEFF GRIFFIN
Faerie Songs Production & Mixing Audio Post Production & Rerecording
CHRIS TAYLOR & SPENCER KIPE
MICHAEL BERNSTEIN JOHN PHILIP BRITT JAY PATEL JIM GARDNER CHRIS CHRISTENSEN JESSE REYNOLDS KEVIN W. BASS LOQUAN SEH NICK KESTING PETER OLIPHANT
2D Graphic Artists
SCOTT LA ROCCA & PETER OLIPHANT
MICHAEL QUARLES CHRIS TAYLOR SPENCER KIPE PETER OLIPHANT
CRAIG DUMAN CHRIS BORDERS SERGIO BUSTAMENTE LESLIE SPITZER MAX BOWERS
Cinematic Post Production & Sound FX
SOUNDELUX MEDIA LABS CHARLES DEENEN
SPENCER KIPE DAVID MOSHER LEONARD BOYARSKY ARLENE SOMERS CHERYL AUSTIN HELENA WICKBERG CHARLES H. WEIDMAN III
3D Rendering Artists
CHRIS TAYLOR FLOYD GRUBB MARK OGREEN SPENCER KIPE SCOTT LA ROCCA
Design Editing & Assistance
CRAIG DUMAN SCOTT EVERTS
CRAIG DUMAN SERGIO BUSTAMENTE
Music FM Conversion
GREGORY R. ALLEN LARRY PEACOCK CHARLES DEENEN THE ENTERPRISE
RON VALDEZ BRIAN LUZIETTI RICK JACKSON
3D AUDIO PROCESSING
Assistant Combat System Designer
A Joint Creation of
MARVIN H. MOORE GREGORY R. ALLEN LARRY PEACOCK
Audio Assistance Video Processors
STONEKEEP LEONARD BOYARSKY ARLENE SOMERS FLOYD GRUBB JIM BOWSER BILL STOUDT
Video Room Supervisor
ROBERT NESLER LEONARD BOYARSKY KEVIN BEARDSLEE DAVID MOSHER MOLLY TALBOT ANTHONY BOWREN COREY COMSTOCK CHARLES H. WEIDMAN III JASON ANDERSON CHRIS REGELADO EDWARD TRILLO
INTERPLAY PRODUCTIONS PETER OLIPHANT
Voice Casting & Direction
REGINALD ARNEDO CHERYL POSNER
Cinematic Sequence Music
MICHAEL McCONNOHIE MELODEE M. SPEVAC THE VOICEWORKS
Voice Casting & Direction (Faeries)
Cinematic Video Technology
BRIAN LUZIETTI CHARLES DEENEN
Faerie Players Contracting
PAUL ALLEN EDELSTEIN
POST LOGIC, Hollywood CA INTERPLAY STUDIOS, Irvine CA
TIM CAIN KURT W. DEKKER SCOTT CAMPBELL
Internal Engine Designer
Assistant Quality Assurance Director
DAVID L. SIMON
Quality Assurance Director
JEREMY S. BARNES
SCOTT LA ROCCA
Back of Head
Iaenni, Queen of the Fae
Translation Support & Such
GABRIEL VALENCIA DARREN MONAHAN PARALLAX SOFTWARE
Director of MIS Department
GINA TAVIZON JACOB R. BUCHERT III
FLOYD GRUBB ERIC DEMILT
BILL Weez DUGAN
STARRING Young Drake
JEFF GLENN BENNETT
ERIC TI-CHUN YING
Extra Special Sharga Scripting
Khull-Khuum, the Shadowking
BILL DELK JOHN WERNER JOHN McGINLEY DEREK BULLARD CHRIS KEENAN TONY PICCOLI DEREK GIBBS JASON PAUL COGGESHALL DARRELL JONES CORY NELSON DARYL GUETZKOW DAVE HENDEE SAVINA GREENE LARRY SMITH MARVIC AMBATA FRANK PIMENTEL JEFF WOODS
Quality Assurance Leads
Wolf, Drakes Dog
Orson Throg Hermit
Stunt Double for Mr. Julius
SASHA the WONDERDOG
FEATURING THE VOICES OF Drake
Thun Brightstone Throg Shaman George Ettin
MIKE L. REYNOLDS
Seldin Sharga 2
Gorda Karn Sarkan Skrag
BILL E. MARTIN
TOM DECKER BILL Weez DUGAN
Fil Ettin Nigel Hardstone Big Sharga
STACY PATTERSON KYLE SHUBEL CHAD ALLISON
PHILIP LEWIS CLARKE
Best Boy Swing
Manual Design & Production
Scourge Whispering Voices
SPENCER KIPE TODD CAMASTA
Best Boy Grips
Manual Editor & Post Production
JEFF WINKLESS MELODEE M. SPEVACK MICHAEL McCONNOHIE
Grug Ice Sharga Guard Tiny Sharga
STEVE GRAVES HUSTON BEAUMONT ROBERT LEITECT
Fire Special Effects Coordinator
MELODEE M. SPEVACK
Kandoc Grak the Traitor Sharga 1
VINCENT MONTEFUSCO Special Effects Unlimited
Rek Sharga Rebel
BEN KITAY STUDIOS, Stage 14 Hollywood, CA
OPENING/ENDING CINEMATIC SEQUENCES (MOVING PIXELS) Directors
Sharga Advisor Weak Guard
ANTHONY SMOLLER & ROBERT KRAMER
Moving Pixels Producer
STEVE JACKSON & DAVID PULVER WIN CRAFT at DESPER PRODUCTS SRS LABS DIGIDESIGN DAVE BALL at WAVES MUSEUM REPLICAS DRAGONMARSH, Riverside CA SUSAN & DEVIN QUARLES
Moving Pixels Director of Photography
MICHAEL CONTI ERIC DEMILT
Directors of Photography
MARK MORRIS MAX LAMKIN REGGIE BLUMFIELD KEVIN KERR
MICHAEL LA VIOLETTE
Motion Control Director
JOHN FANTE ALAN BLAZEDALE
Motion Control Operator
ANTHONY FUNG HUGH KENNAN
3D Computer Graphics
Motion Control Grip
DAVE WATSON MIKE WEAVER
SEAN RO ARYEH RICHMOND
3D Animation & Special Effects Interplay Productions
ERIC DEMILT TONY BOWREN
LEONARD BOYARSKY KEVIN BEARDSLEE DAVE MOSHER
KELLY AMATO TIM MILLER
The Stonekeep Universe
Fr om the Designers Handbook
Stonekeep didnt just rise from the groundit rose from the fertile imaginations and feverish toil of Interplays design team. For close to five years, the designers documented their vision of the Stonekeep universe in a massive, ever-expanding handbook. They filled this design bible with background on and guidelines for the characters, races, histories, mythologies, and technologies (or lack thereof) that form the basis of the Stonekeep story. We took some of the more informative material from these rough notes and wrangled it into a concise historical overview. The following material comes directly from the final draft of the Stonekeep Design Handbook. We merely reorganized passages, did some copy editing, and added passages from the Stonekeep novella, Thera Awakening, by Steve Jackson and David Pulver.
History of Stonekeep
Stonekeep is set on an Earth reconfigured by a fantastic alternate history. Were familiar with the legends of two powerful island nations, Atlantis and Ys, that once ruled the Earth and were destroyed by a massive earthquake. In Stonekeeps timeline, however, powerful magick quelled the great cataclysm. Instead of disappearing beneath thunderous tidal waves, Atlantis and Ys flourished for many centuries. Ys, located off the coast of France, boasted an established civilization far older than that of Atlantis. But during much of its early history it was a warrior culture, fighting off seafaring invaders from Gaul and the isles of Britain. Atlantean society, formed on a continent farther to the south off the shoulder of Africa, rose from a simple agrarian culture and evolved with remarkable speed into a high civilization. Both of these empires sought expansion, exploring the planet and establishing vassal states and colonies. Eventually, Atlantis and Ys came into conflict over the very resource that had saved both from natural disaster. In both cultures, life revolved around the use of magick. Magick (as all roleplaying gamers know) consumes a substance known as Mana. The great spells cast with ever-greater frequency by the Lord Sorcerers of Atlantis and the Dark Warlocks of Ys were consuming much of Earths available Mana. When the seers predicted an end to magickwell, it caused quite a sensation. Atlantis and Ys each called for the other to limit the use of spells, and each continued to use magick at an increased rate. Wars were fought, and many lives lost, but neither Atlantis nor Ys could gain a clear advantage. The two sides fought for many, many years. Eventually, the Dark Warlocks cast a spell intended to destroy Atlantis completely. The ritual took years, and many sacrifices, to complete. When the final casting was made, Ys unleashed something far larger than anticipated.
Part I: The Stonekeep Universe
As the game begins, it is 10 years later. Drake has returned to Stonekeeps former site. While camped at the edge of the chasmall that remains of StonekeepDrake receives a visitation from the goddess Thera. She uses the few powers she retains to separate Drakes soul from his body, sending his life-force into the bowels of the earth. His quest: find all nine orbs and return them to the spells casting point, the Truth Beyond the Shadowa monument accessible only through the Tower of the Shadowking. Along the way, Drake will be joined by Dwarves, Faeries, Elves, and even the mysterious Wahooka (aka the King of Goblins) himself. If Drake and his companions can defeat the Shadowking and learn the secret of the orbs, our young hero will see Stonekeep rise from the earth. and take his rightful place as king.
The Characters of Stonekeep
Here are some of the characters Drake encounters as the tale unfolds. These descriptions are taken from the Designers Handbook to best illustrate how Stonekeeps creators originally saw the games personalities.
Drake is the hero of the story, and the players alter ego in the game. A young man, he was trained for many years in a monastery, so he is still fairly new to the world. He is competent in the use of some weapons, most notably the sword and spear. He has no knowledge of magick at the start of the game. He is curious, but cautious.
The Shadowking. Slightly insane. He firmly believes in what he is doing, thinking its for the bestfor everybody. An immortal god, Khull-khuum has sought the lost orbs for a thousand years, give or take a decade. This would give anybody a couple of quirks. The firstborn of Light and Darkness, Khull-khuum caused the Devastation in a mad plan to protect his brothers and sisters.
Stonekeep: The Official Strategy Guide
This polar variant of the species is much friendlier and much tougher than his warm-weather cousin, the green-skinned Sharga. (See Sharga.) If you get a perverse urge to attack one, know that Ice Shargas suffer 2.5 times the normal amount of damage from fire spells. Piercing weapons are effective against them, as well.
Khull-khuum, the Shadowking
This is the head honcho. You can try to fight him, but check his stats first: 1500 hit points, skill of 25off the charts. Each of his blows causes 50150 points of damage. Hes immune to special effects spells, and hes nearly invulnerable to magick attack spells. His armor is mighty, very mighty. To defeat him, try a shadow-weapon. Hit and run. and good luck, chump.
Sitting Duck. Stonekeep monsters wont go through doorways. Must be some threshhold phobia. Poor guys. Blast them with missile weapons.
These spiky little iceballs are minions of the Ice Queen. Like their queen, they attack with icebolts and are particularly vulnerable to fire attacks. If ice witches get in close, pierce them with daggers or spears. Special effects: Ice witches are afraid of fire spells, but are immune to the Tornado rune.
Try this cheat tip at the following places: In front of the ant hole at 40 on Map 1.1. Fifty giant ants crawl out of the nest, one at a time, begging to be squished. (Dont go away for too long, though.) The wasp nests in Level 4: Sharga Minesbut only if you have enough armor. (Wasps inflict a maximum damage of 22 points, all in the cut category.) The best place of all: The glorious Glorystone on Level 7: Dwarven Fortress. Beat on it for days, weeks. Build up every weapon in your arsenal.
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