Lol. Did I just ruin my game? (Spoilers?)

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So, I beat the game with a very good character, and $8,000,000 in the treasury. I was so happy, because I was completing the game in a great way. But... Then I remembered that I chose to remove the limit on alcohol, because I didn't really read the thing.

So, almost everyone is drunk. I can't walk anywhere without seeing people wobbling or throwing-up. Is it going to be like this forever, or is there some way to make it go away? I'm pretty sure I have to make a new character now... I don't want everyone drunk.

Also, are those judgements the only ones you get to do during the year before the attack? I think Lionhead said you could do more, or led to it... It's kind of confusing. What are you supposed to do after you've beat the main quest? I can't figure out what do to besides walk around.
 

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Things to do after you finish the main quest line;
Start a family if you haven't already.
Buy loads of property.
Acquire all gold keys and open all gold doors.
Open all Demon Doors.
Find all Gnomes.
Finish any quests you have left.
Collect all weapons/clothes.
Collect all the dessert flowers.

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I don't find collecting things entertaining, personally. If that's really all there is to do after, I like Fable II better.
 

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I don't find collecting things entertaining, personally. If that's really all there is to do after, I like Fable II better.
Essentially what else was there to do in Fable 2 after you finish the main quest line? I never really tinkered with the endgame as much as I should have done tbh.
 

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I don't remember honestly, I just know I have always been entertained just hanging out on Fable II, where Fable III kind of slacks in just doing random things for fun.

But there has to be something afterwards in Fable III, I mean, you have to open up that island of Driftwood or whatever, or is that with a sidequest that's avaliable? And what is that place north of the Millfields?
 

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I don't remember honestly, I just know I have always been entertained just hanging out on Fable II, where Fable III kind of slacks in just doing random things for fun.

But there has to be something afterwards in Fable III, I mean, you have to open up that island of Driftwood or whatever, or is that with a sidequest that's avaliable? And what is that place north of the Millfields?
Hrm, well I suppose its all subjective really, my first play through before I reached the ending I had already done my damnedest to get Driftwood up and running, I guess its down to the way you play and what you have done. Have a look around, go exploring and see if you can find anything left to accomplish ^^

Whats the place north of Mill Fields? What does the icon look like, is it like a mansion?
 

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the driftwood island is available by going through the old gypsy camp.

and the mansion is sunset house, which is available through mourningwood i think.
 

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Old gypsy camp? Arguh, I seriously need to pick up my pace on this game.
 

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the driftwood island is available by going through the old gypsy camp.

and the mansion is sunset house, which is available through mourningwood i think.
Hehe, cheers dude. Just arrived at Sunset House- this is the place with Chesty amirite =D
 

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the driftwood island is available by going through the old gypsy camp.

and the mansion is sunset house, which is available through mourningwood i think.
Do you need to save millfield before you can get driftwood island? Because I let Reaver turn it into a mine and the fact that I can't go to the Driftwood icon is ****ing me off.
 

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you need to do the quest in millfield where you fund some guy to rebuild the bridge to the gypsy camp, which leads to driftwood
 

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I think I messed up by being too nice. I fulfilled all of my promises and thought, "I can just put my own 6.5 mil in the treasury in the 365 days". I noticed it jumped some after the first couple decisions/quests, but all of a sudden it jumped from 160 something days to 1. Ha ha ha. I had ~ 400,000 in the treasury by the end, and so many people got killed. Now no matter what time of day in Bowerstone the shops stay closed and people hate me.

Is there a way to fix this? Or a quest to get people to open up there shops again?
Hate to play it over again just for another lackluster "boss" battle.
 

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i think the population slowly starts to rebuild, but im not sure about the shops and stuff.

and yeah, the 1 day left thing annoyed my too. since i could have saved all people, but i ended up losing about 300k because of the last king decision.
 

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I think I messed up by being too nice. I fulfilled all of my promises and thought, "I can just put my own 6.5 mil in the treasury in the 365 days". I noticed it jumped some after the first couple decisions/quests, but all of a sudden it jumped from 160 something days to 1. Ha ha ha. I had ~ 400,000 in the treasury by the end, and so many people got killed. Now no matter what time of day in Bowerstone the shops stay closed and people hate me.

Is there a way to fix this? Or a quest to get people to open up there shops again?
Hate to play it over again just for another lackluster "boss" battle.





i did that too but it was closed for a while but later on the people started to come back after they died so just wait for a while.
 

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HA HA HA morning wood
Lmao yeah I had a good laugh at that when I first heard it too. The pub(Bowerstone) in my game idk if it changes based on choices or not but it's called the Cock in the crown.

Things to do after you finish the main quest line;
Start a family if you haven't already.
Buy loads of property.
Acquire all gold keys and open all gold doors.
Open all Demon Doors.
Find all Gnomes.
Finish any quests you have left.
Collect all weapons/clothes.
Collect all the dessert flowers.

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That's what you do after you beat the game and wait for DLC.

As for them being plastered all the time that's simply hilarious I never made that choice because I had a feeling something like this would happen.
 

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Does anyone know what the last king/queen decision is? I want to make sure so I have enough money in my treasury before I finish.
 
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