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| Creatures of Albion Book II|
|Source||Heroes' Guild bookshelf|
|Related Quests||Book Collection|
Creatures of Albion Book II is the second book in the "Creatures of Albion" book series in Fable, Fable: The Lost Chapters, and Fable Anniversary. It covers information on wasps, beetles, trolls and undead. It can be found in a bookshelf in the Heroes' Guild.
Contents of BookEdit
- The Wasps have stings that more than match their size. They are aggressive and can kill if enough venom is injected into their foes. Their aerial antics make them tough to hit, and weary travellers should especially fear the Wasp Queen, leader of the hive.
- The Beetles of Albion's woods are tough, dangerous foes when they attack en masse. Those skilled at weaponry are required to defeat them. Villagers, even armed, strong ones risk great harm if they take on a nest of Beetles.
- Born from beneath the ground of Albion, trolls are ancient, powerful beings. The Earth Trolls are single-minded and extremely dangerous, but the mighty Rock Trolls inspire awe and fear in all who behold them. Lumbering hulks they may be, but they make mighty foes and demand respect from even the most powerful heroes.
- The Undead are unthinking and impervious to what mortals consider pain. Wave upon wave will keep advancing until they overpower their victims, so the only way to stop them is with extreme force.
In Fable: TLC and Fable Anniversary, this book can be donated to the school in Bowerstone South as part of the quest Book Collection. Once donated, Mr. Gout, the headmaster, will teach a lesson on the book:
Mr: Gout: Now let us turn to Volume Two of "The Creatures of Albion". Trolls are an ancient race formed from the rock and soil in which they were born. They have the strength of many men and can withstand all but the mightiest of blows. Get too close and they will jump onto the ground with such force that the shockwaves can shatter a man's bones. But trolls are also slow, lumbering creatures and rarely move. So if ever you see one, your best hope is to run away. If you're lucky you won't be crushed to death by the boulders they throw after you.