Stone stand

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Examine: On top our[sic] four indents from left to right

Stone stand is a piece of scenery featured in The Grand Tree and Waterfall Quests.

Grand Tree[edit | edit source]

The stand is located in the Watch tower in Glough's house and Pebbles are used on it to reveal a secret ladder to Grand Tree dungeon.

When the player is placing the runes, they get a message of the type:

on top are four pebble size indents
they span from left to right
you place the pebble...
  • To the far left
  • Centre left
  • Centre right
  • To the far right

Choosing a place leads

you place the pebble in the indent
it crumbles into dust

Pushing down the stand leads to (when wrongly aligned):

you push down on the pillar
you feel it shift downwards slightly
you here some noise below the pillar...
...but nothing seems to happen

Or (when aligned correctly):

you push down on the pillar
you feel it shift downwards slightly
the pillar shifts back revealing a ladder
it seems to lead down through the tree trunk
  • climb down
    • you squeeze down the inner of the tree trunk
    • you drop out of the bottom onto a mud floor
    • around you, you can see piles of strange looking rocks
    • you here the sound of small footsteps coming from the darkness
  • come back later
    • you decide to come back later

Waterfall Quest[edit | edit source]

There are six stands by the Chalice of eternity and Statue of glarial, in the northwestern chamber of Waterfall Dungeon. Air-Rune, Water-Rune and Earth-Rune is used on each one, as hinted by book on baxtorian, to unlock the puzzle and get to the chalice.

When the player is placing the runes, they get a message of the type:

you place the [rune] on the stand
the rune stone crumbles into dust

The necessary [rune] being "Water Rune", "earth rune", and "air rune" If the player has already placed a rune in the rune stand then they get:

"you have already placed an air rune here" for the case of air or
"you have already placed a [rune] here" for the case of earth and water[Clarify]


Examine: On top is an indent the size of a rune stone



See also[edit | edit source]