Altador Mini-Plot Full Walkthrough
April 12th, 2006On 12th April a new area opened in Altador... the Colosseum.
Click on each of the windows in turn. Eventually you will find a Grarrl.
"Psst... hey, you. You look like someone who'd be interested in joining..." He glances around furtively and whispers. "Punch Club. And before you do, you have to remember that the first rule of Punch Club is that you don't talk about Punch Club... unless someone asks, then you can talk about it. Just don't bring it up. Unless you overhear someone else talking about it, because, like, they clearly already know about it." He nods, agreeing with himself. You get the impression that this Grarrl is not entirely stable.
Click the 'Go with him to Punch Club' button.
"Would you like some punch?"
Perhaps you should try some punch. You don't want to be rude.
You need to drink the punch three times in the right order to find your next constellation. However, this order is random for everyone. Here are all the possible combinations.
After trying each combination, click on the goblet highlighted below. If it zooms in, move onto the next step. If it doesn't, try the next combination.
Update: The goblet moves ever so slightly to the right once you have entered the correct combination. You may be able to just look for the movement instead of clicking each time!
Following recent confusion, here is an example of how it works.
The first combination is 111. So I click the bowl on the left three times (waiting for the page to load between each click). I then click the goblet, but nothing happens.
The next combination is 112. So I click the bowl on the left twice, then the bowl in the middle (waiting for the page to load between each click). I then click the goblet, but nothing happens.
The next combination is 113. So I click the bowl on the left twice, then the bown on the right (waiting for the page to load between each click). I then click the goblet, but nothing happens.
The next combination is 121. So I click the bowl on the left, then the bown in the middle, then the bowl on the left again (waiting for the page to load between each click). I then click the goblet, but nothing happens.
The next combination is 122.... and I carry on like that until eventually I click the goblet and it zooms in.
Click the symbol on the goblet. This will reveal the next constellation.
You should now return to the Archivist.
To find this Constellation, use our Constellation Finder.
Make your way to the telescope. You need to search for the pattern that you saw on the Goblet. You are then able to click on the dots and join them up to create the lines. This is what you are looking for:
Congratulations! You have discovered The Gladiator constellation. Several other characters have comments to make on this:
The janitor shouts, "Punch Club?! You went to Punch Club without me?! RAARGHHR! I LOVE PUNCH!! I WISH I HAD SOME RIGHT NOW!!!" He foams at the mouth and growls incoherently.
The Astronomy Club members greet you warmly as you enter the room... except the club president, who ignores you completely and mutters imprecations under his breath.
A couple of the other club members--the Wocky and the Korbat--come over to you. They motion you over to a corner of the room. "Listen, we're all pretty unhappy with how the club president is running this place. I mean, we can do what we want, mostly, but he's just really grouchy and being a jerk lately. We just wanted to let you know that, um..." She glances around furtively. "He may not be the club president for much longer, if you know what I mean." She winks meaningfully at you, then goes back to her star charts.
The archivist says, "Ah, of course, I should have recognized it. A shield, for Torakor, the Gladiator. And found at the Colosseum, no less. Of course, the Book of Ages has gained a new chapter."
"Now, this is very important, so pay attention. I've delved even deeper into the magics that have stolen our history, and I've realised that they seem very familiar. I can't quite put my finger on it, but I've definitely seen magic like this before. The problem is that what the magics most remind me of are... well... I don't know who, specifically, but I believe they are similar to magics wielded by one of the Heroes of Altador. I don't know who, though; all of the Heroes use magic to some degree or other, and I don't know if I can identify who, precisely, might have created the magic in question here."
He sighs. "The problem, of course, is that if one of the Heroes is responsible for the magics that have stolen our history... well, that would be a great tragedy. Imagine! Another betrayer among the ranks of the Heroes! But who could it be?"
The Gems above the Torakor statue now glow!
The Book of Ages has also been updated with a new chapter.