1000 of Arthur's soldiers: Press R2(2), L1, R2, Left,
Down, Right, Up, Left, Down,
Right, Up during game play.
1000 of Gwenevere's soldiers: Press R2(2), L1(2), Left, Down,
Right, Up, Left, Down, Right,
Up during game play.
Restore health: Press R2(2), L1, R1, Left,
Down, Right, Up, Left, Down,
Right, Up during game play.
Hint: Duplicate items: When you reach a point in the game where you can pick
the Knights you are taking with you from the Round Table before
a mission, choose the person whose item you wish to duplicate
and the person you wish to have the item for. The person that
has the item equipped must then go into battle and be killed,
allowing you to equip the item(s) they had on another Knight.
After that, complete the mission and allow the game to auto-save.
At the start of the next mission, choose the same people as before.
You will notice the Knight you allowed to die has the same equipment
they had on at the start of the mission, and the Knight you gave
their items has the item as well. This will allow you to have
duplicated items as long as you do not remove the item from one
of the Knight's inventory. This can also be a good way to save
money in the Treasury section of the game, when some of the better
equipment is a bit on the expensive side. Dedhed2301.
Hint: Keep and sell items: Go on a mission and get items you want to keep. Then,
fail the mission and return to the castle and retry the mission.
When you get back, all the items you received will now be with
you. The next time you open the same chest, there will be gold
in the chest; and if you sold the item it will be given again.
Note: Restarting the PlayStation2 will result in losing these
items. Rune Walsh.
Select any character desired. During game play, get all the items
you want (for example, the Blood Ring), then die. The restart
screen will appear. Choose to go back to the castle. Then, go
to the treasury. All the items you had will be there. Sell them
to get gold, then replay the mission. Note: Do this in mission
3 as it is not too difficult and you can power up Gwenevere a
Hint: Extra experience:
Getting every bit of extra experience in the beginning of the
game really helps. Once in the first town in the second mission,
simply kill the chickens. However, the pigs will not do anything
for you. Allen Hyden.
Hint: Easy kills:
Hide in a corner and the enemies will sometimes have a hard time
getting to you, allowing them to be picked off. Gillispie.
Hint: Avalon: Defeating the Black Knight:
Start the level normally with Sir Percival purifying
the desecrated cathedrals. Note: If you cannot win the fights,
remember that if you kill the Undead at the mausoleums, the Ghosts
of Fallen Knights will join you. If you succeed in purifying the
three cathedrals, go to the huge gate. It will now be unlocked.
Walk further and you will find the Black Knight. He is difficult
because he is very strong and also has some very powerful magic
attacks and can raise more Undead minions who are buried there.
Also, if either King Arthur or Sir Percival dies, you must start
all over again. Get two of your Knights to guard somewhere then
go to the Black Knight with the remaining one. Attack the Black
Knight then run away. Make sure he follows you.Try not to get
hit too much then go back to one of the cathedrals. The Black
Knight will follow you and get killed the moment he enters. Kzahar Firesoul.
Hint: Camelot Siege: Easy gold:
While facing the Fourth Lord (the greedy one), have Gwenevere
and Percival stand outside the gate. Have Arthur collect all the
gold and when his health starts to get low, run and have Percival
heal him. Repeat this to get as much gold as desired. OrbitalGoku & Pentexhq.
Hint: Infestation: Defeating Shaman:
If you are having trouble defeating the Shaman Boss, remember
that there is a healer back in town. If you run back there, he
will heal Arthur and Gwenevere back to health, allowing you to
go back to the Shaman and continue fighting. This strategy should
allow you to easily send the Shaman to give Morgan Arthurs' message.
Hint: The Threshold Of Camelot: Completing
the Four Ancient Lords Tests:
Note: Gwenevere cannot die or the mission will fail. Dedhed2301.
Test 1: This one is fairly easy. Keep Gwenevere outside the area
where you fight, and tell her to guard the area she is at. Then,
take Percival and Arthur into the area and kill the first Lord
to claim your first prize.
Test 2: Again, fairly easy. Have Gwenevere attack ranged enemies
and have Percival do the same. To finish this task, take Arthur
up to the arrow slinging Lord and defeat him for your second prize.
Test 3: This test, by far the hardest. For starters, the fake
Gwenevere is the one right next to you when they start attacking
each other. After a few hits he will turn to his true form, the
Third Lord, and challenge you to a duel. To make it a lot easier,
do the same as in the first test and take Gwenevere away from
this magically-inclined Lord. The north seems the best direction,
as it has stairwells you can put Gwenevere in to keep her out
of range of the Lord's attacks. After that, Arthur and Percival
should have an easier time attacking, and not worry about Gwenevere's
dying. The silhouettes of the Lord will die after a few hits,
giving you a better shot at hitting the real one. However, once
all but the real one are gone he will bring them back. Keep hacking
at him until he is defeated. If for any reason Arthur or Percival
are in danger of dying, run them up to where Gwenevere is hiding
and wait to heal them. Then, return to finish off the third Lord
and claim your last prize.
During the Test 3, an easy way to distinguish the real Lord is
simply setting Percival to attack the Strongest. He will automatically
go after the real Lord, and not the silhouettes. DAKing.
Test 4: This test is self-explanatory. Do not pick up the Lord's
gold and you should have no problems whatsoever defeating him.
If you are up for a challenge however, pick up this greedy Lord's
gold and see how mad you really make him.
Glitch: Gwenevere control:
When you are on the third test of the Four Ancient Lords, press
L2 for Gwenevere, and the one behind you will respond to
it. However, it is really your enemy that you are controlling,
not Gwenevere. Reagen321.