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Medievil - Zarok's Lair & Good Ending
April 21, 2012
The final level, and good ending in my Medievil walkthrough.
Three bosses await.
The first battle is Gallowmere's Soldiers v Zarok's Soldiers. Your Soldiers have a disadvantage, so you'll constantly need to check their health, and heal with Good Lightning. At the end of a Life Bottle you'll have a few seconds of Good Lightning without draining health, plan accordingly. If you have all 20 Chalices 8 Soldiers will appear.
Each Soldier kept alive will turn into a Health Vial, although due to view changing to them individually turning into vials, and the camera focusing on them, you'll probably miss a couple. If all your Soldiers die, Zarok's Soldiers kill you, so game over.
Next up is a battle of the Champions, Sir Dan of Gallowmere v Lord Kardok. He is pathetically weak. I tried Lightning, but it really sucked against him. Just slash him with the Magic Sword whenever he isn't protected by a barrier. He'll take a lot of damage from the swipes. When he's down time to face the Sorceror himself.
Zarok will take a lot of damage and deal a lot of it, that said he's not too hard to dodge.
Whilst blue, Zarok is impervious to damage, just keep running around the arena until he pops on his hind legs (and the blue aura dissipates), and then launch a charged Magic Sword attack. Repeat. Around half way he'll sometimes go into a protective orange force field instead of being vulnerable after the aura fades. In this state, Zarok will also fire lasers around his body, so run similar to the blue aura. I don't if I glitched or not at the end. I swapped to the Dragon Armour for a laugh and torched that chicken. I presume he deactivated just as I breathed fire on him, but it may be worth trying to abuse this by breathing fire when he's got his aura on.
Now for the endings. If you don't have all 20 Chalices, you won't get the good ending, but it's not exactly a 'bad' ending anyway. The only difference is, that you won't see the scene where Dan joins the Hall of Heroes and sits at the head of the table.