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Pull!
Pull!
Achievement icon Achievement Information
Gamerscore 10 Gamerscore
Description Send an enemy flying into the air and kill him while he's airborne.

Pull! is an achievement in Fable III. It requires the player to kill an enemy while it is in midair.

AcquisitionEdit

This achievement can be unlocked in a few different ways, but the most dependable method is to cast a level 3 or higher Vortex spell. Once an affected enemy has been lifted into the air, shoot it with a firearm. This must be done fairly quickly, before the enemy lands or is killed by the spell itself. This method works best with weaker enemies (such as wolves or small Hobbes), or enemies that have already taken damage.

If the Vortex spell has not been unlocked on the Road to Rule, there are alternate ways to unlock this achievement:

  • Force Push can be substituted for Vortex, but is unlocked later on the Road to Rule and grants a smaller window of opportunity to kill the airborne enemy. It may also kill the enemy outright.
  • Hit an enemy with a melee flourish and knock it off its feet, then immediately shoot it with a firearm. Alternatively, knock an enemy flying with a gun flourish and then hit it with a quick follow-up shot before it hits the ground.
  • Kill an enemy as it leaps forward to attack. Due to the quick timing required, using a firearm is recommended. This is most easily accomplished when fighting Hobbes, as they will give a loud shout before jumping.

TriviaEdit

  • The name of this achievement is a reference to the sport of clay pigeon shooting, which involves target shooting clay discs thrown into the air by machines called 'traps'. The command "pull" is used by the shooter to signal the trap operator to release a disc.

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