| The Sepulchre|
|Demon Door Realm|
The Demon Door is very reluctant to let the Hero inside, trying to get rid of them in any way possible. However, the door finally relents, and sends the Hero on a quest to recover various items. The door actually hopes that the Hero will look ridiculous gathering all these random items, and hopes that the Hero has too much pride to do so.
The first of the various items the door wants is cheese, still believing that there is a cheese famine going around. After offering the door the cheese, he asks the Hero to then get a different hairstyle. The Hero must go to Bowerstone Market and get Mutton Chops from the barber. After returning yet again, the door requests either a posh gentlemen's (noble gent's) trousers or a noble blouse from the tailor in Bowerstone. The door will then send you on a mission to get a farmer's hat from the clothing vendor in Oakfield. After this, he asks you to get Dreadlocks from the Bloodstone barber. Finally, he'll ask that you pick up a strumpet (tart) skirt from Bloodstone. After the Hero completes all these meaningless tasks above for the door, it will finally open.
When the door finally opens, he laments that he once held much greater treasures, hinting he may have somehow been looted previously.
The realm of The Sepulchre is essentially a silent graveyard with a few birds flying around. The prize can be found in a treasure chest located in the tomb in the centre of the realm.
Of all the Demon Doors, this is probably the most complicated door to open, and offers one of the poorest rewards.
Obtainable Items Modifier
- If the player is already wearing any of the items needed when they first approach the Demon Door it will request other garments be worn.
- This is slightly reminiscent of a quest from the original Fable, where a man convinces the Hero to take on ridiculous styles with the promise of dating his daughter, only to find he has no daughter and he just wanted to make the Hero look like a fool.
- The area almost resembles the description of Edgar Allan Poe's poem Annabel Lee. (Complete with possibly a few raven's flying around. If so it could be reference to The Raven another poem of his.)
- Sometimes it won't go further on after the 3rd thing he told you to do and you won't be able to open it.