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The Lost Vikings



The Lost Vikings
[Erik's Diary] 
Level 1 - STRT 
Dear Diary... 
I have just had the most horrible experience in my life! This morning, I woke up

in this strange metal room, all alone! I could not find my buddies, my friends, 
my comrades! I also couldn't find Baleog and Olaf. But being a brave viking
and 
being bored of just sitting on the floor, I looked around at my surroundings. 
There was this strange thing on the floor that looked like a lightning bolt! 
Well, for anyone else it may have posed a serious problem, but I merely jumped 
over it, climbed up the ladder, and ran right to where I saw a sign saying 
'EXIT'. Pretty soon Olaf came thundering in. 
I thought the floor was going to give in! 
"Erik! Are you OK?" 
"Why yes I am, you great big, lumbering lump of Viking flesh." 
"Erik, you shouldn't be so nice to me! You won't believe what
just happened!" 
"Try me." 
"Well I woke up on this ledge. Below it was this thing shooting what looked
like 
glowing arrows. Well, I dropped off the ledge, blocking the things with my 
shield, went down a ladder, and ran right to here!" 
"Sounds awful, Olaf." 
"It was! I didn't see any food!!! And all that running is making me
hungry!" 
Just then, it got worse. Baleog came in swinging his sword wildly above his 
head. 
"Die green blobs! Fall before the fierce might of Baleog! Tremble before my

strength!" 
I nudged Olaf. "Yeah. I told him to use deodorant last month." 
Baleog caught sight of us. "My brothers! Fear not, for I am here to save
you! 
Nothing can harm you with me here to protect you! Fear not the evil green 
creatures, for they shall fall before my sword, and you shall all thank me as 
your savior!" 
I sighed. "I'll thank you when you stop making speeches. What
happened?" 
"Well I woke up on this metal platform...." 
"Gee... news flash." 
"Silence, weak one! After bravely dropping off the platform, I slayed a 
horrible, green beast with eyeballs for hands! After that, I climbed down a 
treacherous ladder, only to find my brothers here, huddled in terror!" 
"Olaf, do you think he's telling one of his tall stories again?" 
"Yeah. You get the arms, I got the legs?" 
"You got it...." 
I think his screams are still echoing back in that place... 
LEVEL2: GR8T 
Dear Diary, 
Another place like the first! Will we ever get home? 
After watching my two brothers sit and argue about who should lead, I took quick

action. I ran right, climbed the ladder I found there, and pushed a button. I 
found out we had to blow up something called a 'computer'. 
Beats me. I rejoined my brothers and told them of the news. 
"Aha! Now we have a plan! Maybe this computer is food!" Olaf cried as
he ran to 
the right. Baleog quickly ran after him, cursing his stupidity. I decided not to

say anything as I followed both of the morons. 
It was a good thing Olaf went first, because we saw one of the things that 
Baleog was talking about! Olaf blocked the hideous creature with his shield, and

Baleog slayed it. 
"Another foul creature! Die by my sword, you green beast!" Trust
Baleog to find 
EVERY single creature. He climbed up the ladder we were by and came back a few 
seconds later. 
"Another foul beast dies by the blade of Baleog the Fierce! And I have
taken 
these as prisoners!" He proudly displayed two metal balls. "They were
hiding 
behind one of those force field things. I cleverly turned it off by pushing a 
button! These must be their eggs!" 
I looked at the balls. "Those must be the bombs that the alien was talking 
about." 
All three of us then proceeded right, looking for a 'computer'. We
came upon a 
strange platform. As we stepped on it, it started to sink down. There were two 
more of the force fields to the left, so we went down again. 
Baleog shot an arrow at the button on the left, turning off the force field. 
I guess even he has a good idea sometimes. He laid down one of the bombs in 
front of this strange box-like contraption, and ran away. That must have been a 
'computer,' because after the bomb exploded everything went black for
a second, 
after which a red light came in everywhere. My brave, fearsome viking brothers 
practically tripped over each other trying to get back to the elevator, but I 
followed with the slow confidence of a true warrrior. 
We went back up to the middle ledge, and found that the force fields were turned

off! I went down the ladder, and pulled a switch I found there. 
Immediately, these strange thigs to the left started glowing. Olaf came charging

by, screaming his usual war cry ("FOOD!"), and started floating as
soon as he 
was in the glowing red things. Baleog and I followed him up. 
Yet another one of the green monsters was trying to kill Olaf, but Baleog took a

quick shot with his arrow and killed it. I've gotta get him to show me that

trick one of these days... 
Olaf walked further left, blocking the red arrows he was talking about... I 
think I'll call them 'lasers.' Baleog and I climbed halfway down
the ladder, 
then waited for Olaf to catch up. Not that we were being nice, there were just 
more lasers to be blocked. After Olaf was blocking them, Baleog and I finished 
climbing down, ran to the right, and found yet another ladder, with another gun 
at the bottom! Once again, we had to wait while Olaf (the slow) caught up to us 
and blocked them. 
"I am tired of this cowardly behavior! Are we vikings or mice?" Baleog
cried as 
he charged through the door to the left and killed the monster there. 
"I don't know, but I'd eat a mouse right now," offered Olaf.

Baleog continued on his rampage, climbing down the ladder and killing yet 
another monster. Is there no end to them? I ran after him, and found yet another

'EXIT.' Olaf came by a few minutes later. 
"Hey maybe there's more food this way..." he said and wandered
off. 
"Wait Olaf... you don't know where you're going.... It could be
dangerous... 
Olaf!" 
LEVEL3- TLPT 
Dear Diary, 
We found ourselves in a little room, so there wasn't anything we could do
but 
take the elevator down, where there was just another little room. 
Baleog looked at me. "Hey Erik, that wall on the right looks a little
thin..." 
"No. No way Baleog." 
He pulled his sword. "Ram it, little Viking." 
One of these days I'm gonna ram them. Those walls hurt! But after the wall
was 
destroyed (as well as my helmet) we all climbed up the ladder. Baleog shot the 
button on the other side of the force field, and we all went right through a 
door to a strange looking device. Not being the cowardly type, I made a brave 
suggestion. 
"Olaf, you go first." 
"No, I'm not stupid. You go first." 
"There's food on the other side..." 
"FOOD??? Okay! Bye." And he vanished. 
"Hey guys!" we heard echoing dimly from somewhere else.
"It's safe! Come on 
through!" 
We did, and found ourselves on a ledge with nothing but a locked door to our 
left. "Olaf, Baleog, any ideas?" 
Olaf's face lit up. "Yeah! Watch this guys! Flying vikings!" He
raised his 
shield, and dropped off the ledge to the right. He floated slowly down on his 
shield, and grabbed a red key off to the right, then floated to the floor. He 
used another one of those teleporters and appeared back in the middle of us. 
"Look what I got!" he said brandishing the key. A puzzled look came
across his 
face. "What do I do with it?" 
"Unlock the door, o one as bright as a solar eclipse." 
"Gee. You really do care, Erik. You really do." 
Past the door was another force field., which Baleog turned off by shooting the 
button on the other side. And another wall. I'd really rather forget how we
got 
through that. My head is still ringing... 
On the other side of the wall was another elevator. We all went down it, then 
right through a door. "Well, looks like I'm the only one who can get
up there," 
I said, taking a mighty leap up to the platform hanging in midair. I didn't
make 
it. When I came to, my brothers were looking down at me. 
"Need a hand, little viking?" 
"Hey, Olaf, how about if you raise your shield so I can jump on it, and
jump 
from there?" 
"Why should I?" 
"I'll get you food...." 
"Okay!" 
With Olaf's shield in place, it was easy to jump on the platform, I had to
jump 
around a little robot shooting more lasers to get the yellow key, and then 
joined everyone at the bottom again. We unlocked the door to the right, then 
encountered another one of those robots. While Olaf blocked the lasers, Baleog 
killed it. They climbed uup the ladder and killed another two of the robots the 
same way. As I joined them, Olaf looked at me. 
"Where's my food Erik?" 
"Food? What food?" 
"The food you promised me for helping you out there?" 
"Oh, it's this way," I said, running for the exit. Olaf may not
be smart, but 
he's big... 
LEVEL4- GRND 
Dear Diary, 
It seemed like a good time to get away from Olaf. I leapt over the chasm to my 
left, then climbed down a ladder. To the right was some sort of grinder 
contraption set in the floor. I easily leapt over it, then went up on the 
elevator that was there. I fell off to the left before it got to the force field

above, and pushed the button. Imagine my surprise when my brothers came down on 
it. 
"Hey Erik, why'd you go running off?" Baleog said. "Olaf
went down the ladder 
looking for you. There were two of those eye-monsters there. I don't know
how he 
did it, but he trapped both of them on one side. Being the brave and fierce 
viking that I am, I followed him down and destroyed them with my mighty bow and 
arrow. We climbed up the ladder to the right, then went down the elevator we 
found there. And you were here!" 
Olaf glared at me menacingly. "Did you find my food?" 
"Errr.... uh..... not yet. Will you trust me on this one?" I asked
hopefully. 
"Okay. You are my brother." 
"And you, my brother, are as brilliant as a snuffed candle. Onward,
vikings!" 
To the right was another gun. Olaf blocked the lasers with his shield, and I 
jumped over the grinder, grabbed the yellow key, and jumped back to the left. 
Baleog climbed up the ladder, singing an ancient viking war song (You know the 
one... the lyrics go: "KILL KILL KILL KILL KILL"). After he sliced
through the 
eye-monster up there, we both followed. I unlocked the door, and we went through

the teleporter we found there. More of those floating things! Olaf raced through

it, and found a spot in the middle where he didn't float. There was a robot

there waiting to shoot at him. He blocked the robot until Baleog and I joined 
him and Baleog killed the robot. 
"Okay, now how do we go to the right?" Olaf asked. 
I looked around and noticed a set of boots above us. "Those look heavy.
Olaf, if 
you raise your shield I can jump up and get them.. Maybe they'll be heavy
enough 
to stop me from floating." 
It worked. With the boots on, I ran through to the right, leaping over several 
of the robots. At the far side of the anti-grav field, I found a button. When I 
pushed it, the anti-grav field turned off. I ran through a door to a wierd 
looking portal. Olaf and Baleog followed a second later. Judging by the grin on 
Baleog's face, I assume that he killed the robots along the way. Won't
he ever 
grow up? 
"Well now what?" Baleog asked, looking impatient. 
"I don't see anywhere to go but through this thing." I shrugged.
"Besides, maybe 
there's more monsters to kill there." 
"Okay! Let's go!" 
LEVEL 5 
PASS: llm0 
Dear Diary, 
After what seemed like an endless horde of mechanical monsters, traps, and 
strange beings, it's a great relief to see the open sky. But what a strange
sky. 
Though the moon is no different than the one my brothers and I left, the stars 
are somewhat different, with the constellations I've known ever since I was
a 
young lad shining from slightly different locations in the heavens. And in the 
distance I could see great mountains spilling forth red-hot glowing ooze. I 
don't think I've ever been to any land so similar and yet so different
from my 
own. 
But, this is exactly the type of situation that a quick, young, enterprising, 
(and not to mention handsome) young viking was born to deal with! 
"Aren't we ever gonna find any food Erik? I can already feel my manly
physique 
wasting away from starvation!", whined Olaf. "A diet would be good for
you 
Olaf," sniped Baleog, "it would burn away all that fat between your
ears!" 
"Why don't you go kill some rocks or something Baleog? And leave me
alone to die 
in peace." 
"Alright, enough already," between Olaf complaining and Baleog's
nettling, I 
couldn't take any more, "I'll scout around and see if
there's anything to eat, 
and quite possibly a way back home." 
To the right I could see a key floating just beyond a lake, which I jumped in my

usual graceful fashion. After snatching this yellow key, I could just barely see

beyond it a strange object gleaming inside a small opening in the rocks. After 
jumping up into the opening, I grabbed the strange object and examined the words

inscribed on the back which read: 
"Bri & Troy's Smart-O-Matic Time Bombs (tm.) 'You supply the
monsters, we supply 
the fun' Irvine, Ca 
Not knowing exactly what bizarre gods of this world "Bri & Troy"
might be, I 
nonetheless felt assured that this device might be a powerful weapon that would 
aid us in our struggle. Jumping back over the waterfall I spied both of my 
brothers looking up at the ridge above us where a lizard-like beast kept pacing 
back and forth with a look almost as hungry as Olaf's. 
Quickly I formulated a plan which I discussed with my brothers before taking 
action. 
Olaf climbed the ladder first, waited until the monster walked several paces 
away then planted himself with his shield firmly in front of him. The monster 
hungrily snapped at him but to no avail, when Olaf doesn't want to be
moved, 
nothing moves him ave his appetite. Next came Baleog who stood behind Olaf and 
quickly dispatched both of the lizard creatures and a giant snail. 
Almost before I reached my brothers from the lower level, Olaf had already 
brought out his knife, fork and napkin, all of which he carries in his 
back-pack, and was getting down to business. 
"Olaf! Just what do you think you're doing?", I demanded. 
"I'm havin' a long-overdue breakfast, lunch and dinner thank you
very much! 
Now be more polite with your tone and I might leave you a bone of this delicious

dino-steak and escargo'." 
"We don't have time for that. Don't you see those mountains
erupting in the 
distance? When that red-ooze gets here none of us will be very comfortable even 
if our bellies are full. Besides, I think I see something in the distance that 
might solve your belly-aching. Come on!" 
"Thor's drawers!", thundered Olaf, "Those creatures tried to
eat us, its only 
fair and proper we try to eat them!", but he followed me anyway with the
most 
sour look I've seen on him yet. Baleog only snickered as he came along
after 
him. 
Moving rapidly to the right I spied an apple just beyond a small gap (at least 
for me its a small gap, but for others...). grabbing the apple I leaped back 
over the gap just as my brothers arrived. 
"Here's your heart's desire O' insatiable one," I said
to Olaf and tossed him 
the fruit. I glanced back for a moment down the gap where I could see two 
passage-ways. I looked back at the others to tell them, and I noticed that the 
apple had disappeared without so much as the core remaining. 
"That was good Erik, but have you got anymore?" 
"Uh... yeah, Olaf, sure. Just follow me down this gap.", I answered. 
All of us dropped down the hole, and upon landing I spied another of these keys 
to my left beyond yet another body of water. With an ease I try to be modest 
about I bounded over and fetched another of these strange keys, although this 
one was red. jumping back I rejoined the others and faced our first major 
obstacle in this land of fiery mountains. Down the passageway to the right was 
an obstacle blocking further progress. Normally I let my brothers deal with 
living obstacles while I try to take care of the rest. Moving back to get some 
room I started running until everything became a blur; and then, just before 
striking the wall I dropped my head into ramming position in a move I've
been 
famous for since my days playing varsity Viking-ball back in school. The wall 
came tumbling down from the impact; but, unfortunately leaving me a little 
fuzzy, seeing nothing but little Valkyries dancing around my head. 
Luckily, Olaf was there blocking an attacking snail from the other side and 
Baleog quickly dispatched the creature with his bow, all the time yelling
'Come 
get some!'. 
Sometimes I wonder why I couldn't get lost with Grendell, that beautiful
blonde 
from the village...? 
Down the ladder we quickly went, with Olaf first to establish the shield we 
knelt behind. The combination of Olaf and Baleog was too much for the creatures 
on this lower passage and we made swift progress past two doors that required 
use of the keys I had found earlier. We ran underneath a waterfall till we got 
to a small lake I could jump, but my brothers could not. Fortunately, on the 
other side was a bridge with a button next to it of the type I had seen Baleog 
shoot with his arrows before. After firing off a shot for the draw-bridge and 
another for the bridge beyond that one, we had reached an entrance to a tunnel 
that I hoped would be the last passage-way leading back home! Or at least I 
hoped it would be... 
Level 7 - TRSS 
Dear Diary, 
My Brothers and I emerged from the cavern to discover a dense jungle with tall 
inter-woven trees. This area looked inhabited, with a few huts poking through 
the foilage and ladders leading up into the trees themselves. Not wasting any 
time, we proceeded through the jungle as fast as our feet could carry us. We 
began with Olaf taking the lead in our defense, he climbed the closest ladder to

us and reaching the top, set his shield against another large snail that needed 
to be taught some manners. Baleog took up that duty as he quickly dispatched the

snail and then dealt similarly with the wandering caveman who came to greet us. 
We ran along the tree tops fast as we could, then Olaf climbed down to block a 
snail who knew not the wrath of vikings with a mission! Well, at least, he 
didn't know of one viking named Baleog who has a hormonal imbalance. 
While my brothers went down, I went up! I leaped to the level above my brothers 
and took the ladder I found there. It left me in in the face of some irate 
cave-men, so I jumped to the left and found another one of those strange devices

of Bri & Troy (tm), which I used once I leaped to the ledge the cave-men
chased 
me off of. I must say, this 'smart-bomb' is a truly wondrous device!
After using 
it to silence my oppressors, I discovered that the blast was enough to silence 
the whole forest such that I could not even hear Olaf complaining about not 
having food or Baleog complaining about not having anything to kill. 
I savored the silence for just a moment then pressed on. Running to the right I 
leapt off the ledge, almost to my limit, and found another of Bri &
Troy's (tm) 
devices, though this one was in the shape of a shield. Leaping to the right 
again I found something I've learned the hard way to value, a key! I
climbed 
down the ladder on this tiny ledge, snatched the fruit hanging on that lower 
ledge (I had not eaten my wheaties this morning), then dropped down to where the

lock to the draw-bridge awaited the key I had found. Once the bridge lowered, my

brothers made their way over to my position and crossed to greet me. 
"What took you so long Erik," Olaf protested, "I was gettin'
bored out of my 
mind waitin' all this time, and 'sides, the bark on these trees tastes

horrible!" 
"Right Olaf, well I think we're almost out of here so lets keep
going." 
"But you don't know what we had to go through to get here. Once we saw
you lower 
the bridge we had to keep hikin' in your direction, climb the ladder near
the 
end of the ledge we were on, kill another o' those maniac cavemen above the

ladder, trudge further towards you, climb another ladder until finally we were 
level with the bridge and could cross it. Whew! I hope the end of this jungle is

here or I'm gonna have a heart-attack!" 
"Well don't worry, were almost there.", I replied looking down at
a snarling 
caveman below us. 
With a groan of fatigue and a roar of battle lust, my two brothers dropped down 
on top of the poor fool and trampled him. Seeing the path clear I spurred my 
brothers on as we proceeded out of this accursed jungle! 
Level 7 - TRSS 
Dear Diary, 
My brothers and I emerged from the cavern to discover a dense jungle with tall 
inter-woven trees. This area looked inhabited, with a few huts poking through 
the foilage and ladders leading up into the trees themselves. Not wasting any 
time, we proceeded through the jungle as fast as our feet could carry us. We 
began with Olaf taking the lead in our defense, he climbed the closest ladder to

us and reaching the top, set his shield against another large snail that needed 
to be taught some manners. Baleog took up that duty as he quickly dispatched the

snail and then dealt similarly with the wandering caveman who came to greet us. 
We ran along the tree tops fast as we could, then Olaf climbed down to block a 
snail who knew not the wrath of vikings with a mission! Well, at least, he 
didn't know of one viking named Baleog who has a hormonal imbalance. 
While my brothers went down, I went up! I leaped to the level above my brothers 
and took the ladder I found there. It left me in in the face of some irate 
cave-men, so I jumped to the left and found another one of those strange devices

of Bri & Troy (tm), which I used once I leaped to the ledge the cave-men
chased 
me off of. I must say, this 'smart-bomb' is a truly wondrous device!
After using 
it to silence my oppressors, I discovered that the blast was enough to silence 
the whole forest such that I could not even hear Olaf complaining about not 
having food or Baleog complaining about not having anything to kill. 
I savored the silence for just a moment then pressed on. Running to the right I 
leapt off the ledge, almost to my limit, and found another of Bri &
Troy's (tm) 
devices, though this one was in the shape of a shield. Leaping to the right 
again I found something I've learned the hard way to value, a key! I
climbed 
down the ladder on this tiny ledge, snatched the fruit hanging on that lower 
ledge (I had not eaten my wheaties this morning), then dropped down to where the

lock to the draw-bridge awaited the key I had found. Once the bridge lowered, my

brothers made their way over to my position and crossed to greet me. 
"What took you so long Erik," Olaf protested, "I was gettin'
bored out of my 
mind waitin' all this time, and 'sides, the bark on these trees tastes

horrible!" 
"Right Olaf, well I think we're almost out of here so lets keep
going." 
"But you don't know what we had to go through to get here. Once we saw
you lower 
the bridge we had to keep hikin' in your direction, climb the ladder near
the 
end of the ledge we were on, kill another o' those maniac cavemen above the

ladder, trudge further towards you, climb another ladder until finally we were 
level with the bridge and could cross it. Whew! I hope the end of this jungle is

here or I'm gonna have a heart-attack!" 
"Well don't worry, were almost there.", I replied looking down at
a snarling 
caveman below us. 
With a groan of fatigue and a roar of battle lust, my two brothers dropped down 
on top of the poor fool and trampled him. Seeing the path clear I spurred my 
brothers on as we proceeded out of this accursed jungle! 
Level 9 - CVRN 
Dear Diary, 
We emerged in still another cavern seemingly the same as the one we had just 
left, but with one distinct differences: immediately to our right there spanned 
a bridge with a snail slowly making its menacing way towards us. My brothers 
quickly took care of it and we proceeded onward at top speed. We ran down a 
small, mossy decline and I used this to my advantage as I crumbled the wall at 
the end ( my poor head!). Below us we saw a passage where a cave-man was 
galavanting about, but the interesting thing was that one of those 
fire-breathing walls was there too! This posed an interesting challenge to us in

that we had to take out the two of them at the same time to avoid being injured 
(it isn't that we vikings fear gettting hurt, its that we don't like
damaging 
what few clothes we have). Baleog simply wanted to go storming in, but I held 
him back because the way through it had become apparent to me. I told them my 
idea, and after explaining it several times Olaf finally understood. With truly 
excellent timing, I yelled for Olaf to jump off to the lower level; he did so, 
and upon landing positioned his shield just right so that he blocked off both 
the fire-wall and the cave-man on the same side of his shield! Impressive 
planning I must say, now if only other people would recognize my talents... 
Baleog efficiently dealt with the cave-man, then he and I proceeded to the left,

and down the passage where we saw a red key hanging on the wall- which I wasted 
no time snatching. Baleog and I pressed on down the passage where we saw the 
lock that this key must be meant for. Yelling, "Wait up!" from behind
us, came 
Olaf, pulling up his trousers and stopping to block a fireball every step or 
two. 
I fit the key in the lock just as Olaf pulled up, and we quickly crossed the 
bridge that lowered down over the pit of spikes. On the other side, two cave-men

waited eagerly for an introduction to Baleog's bow, and after the
formalities 
were done with, we proceeded up the hill where a wall waited to be introduced to

my head! I swear to you by Odin's beard Diary, I was at least two inches
taller 
before I began this bizarre adventure. Past the wall were a series of small 
ledges we progressed down through, each of us in his own unique way, then 
finally reached bottom where a giant snail and a big Elmo needed to be 
dispatched. Upon doing so, we proceeded right where we ran into a fire-pit with 
a snail on the other side of the pit. The snail was no problem, but there
didn't 
appear to be any way for the three of us together to cross the pit. While I 
mused over this problem, a most startling thing occured, a giant bubble emerged 
from the pit, and floated lazily upwards. A thought occured to me, and to test 
it out I waited till the bubble emerged, then leaped on top of it! I found 
myself absorbed by the bubble but I didn't fall through, in fact, I started
to 
float upwards with the bubble. I yelled below to Olaf to follow me on the next 
bubble, then Baleog. 
I jumped off the bubble on the first passage-way that appeared, and continued 
left. I found there a wall that I positioned myself to batter down, but before I

hit it, I heard the distinctive sound those pesky fire-walls make and decided to

wait for Olaf. When he finally reached me he set himself up with his shield in 
front of the wall, and I rammed the wall for all I was worth. When the dust 
cleared we indeed saw a fire-wall on the other side, but also a key. Snatching 
the key, I dropped down the ladder on this ledge, yelling to Olaf to stay where 
he was until I came back. At the bottom of the ladder was a a door and lock the 
key I had fit very neatly into. When the door opened I saw a tiny room with 
another key, but this key was blue. Whoever owns these keys always seems to be 
putting them on the wrong side of their doors! 
Anyway, I rejoined Olaf and told him to stop being lazy and follow me (He
didn't 
like this partucular jibe, as he was getting very hot, and there were puddles at

his feet from all his sweating), which he did, but with the necessary pause to 
block a fireball every now and then. We each took a bubble that took us to the 
very top, where Baleog waited with a sour look that spoke volumes about his 
being bored with nothing to kill while we were gone. I proceeded down the ladder

that lay just to the right of where we were, got down to the bottom where I 
opened up another door with the blue key I had found, and then climbed down to 
still another ladder. I rammed the wall I found there, then quickly fetched 
another of those marvelous smart-bomb devices before the block of stone dropped 
down to seal me in. Climbing back up the ladders I had just used, I rejoined my 
brothers at the top and the three of us proceeded right to a second ladder 
leading down. This one had a cave-man at the bottom, whom we sent to whatever 
gathering place his kind go to after they meet with us. After that, it was a 
simple matter to climb up some more stairs on the right and exit this dingy 
dungeon. 
Level 9 - CVRN 
Dear Diary, 
We emerged in still another cavern seemingly the same as the one we had just 
left, but with one distinct differences: immediately to our right there spanned 
a bridge with a snail slowly making its menacing way towards us. My brothers 
quickly took care of it and we proceeded onward at top speed. We ran down a 
small, mossy decline and I used this to my advantage as I crumbled the wall at 
the end ( my poor head!). Below us we saw a passage where a cave-man was 
galavanting about, but the interesting thing was that one of those 
fire-breathing walls was there too! This posed an interesting challenge to us in

that we had to take out the two of them at the same time to avoid being injured 
(it isn't that we vikings fear gettting hurt, its that we don't like
damaging 
what few clothes we have). Baleog simply wanted to go storming in, but I held 
him back because the way through it had become apparent to me. I told them my 
idea, and after explaining it several times Olaf finally understood. With truly 
excellent timing, I yelled for Olaf to jump off to the lower level; he did so, 
and upon landing positioned his shield just right so that he blocked off both 
the fire-wall and the cave-man on the same side of his shield! Impressive 
planning I must say, now if only other people would recognize my talents... 
Baleog efficiently dealt with the cave-man, then he and I proceeded to the left,

and down the passage where we saw a red key hanging on the wall- which I wasted 
no time snatching. Baleog and I pressed on down the passage where we saw the 
lock that this key must be meant for. Yelling, "Wait up!" from behind
us, came 
Olaf, pulling up his trousers and stopping to block a fireball every step or 
two. 
I fit the key in the lock just as Olaf pulled up, and we quickly crossed the 
bridge that lowered down over the pit of spikes. On the other side, two cave-men

waited eagerly for an introduction to Baleog's bow, and after the
formalities 
were done with, we proceeded up the hill where a wall waited to be introduced to

my head! I swear to you by Odin's beard Diary, I was at least two inches
taller 
before I began this bizarre adventure. Past the wall were a series of small 
ledges we progressed down through, each of us in his own unique way, then 
finally reached bottom where a giant snail and a big Elmo needed to be 
dispatched. Upon doing so, we proceeded right where we ran into a fire-pit with 
a snail on the other side of the pit. The snail was no problem, but there
didn't 
appear to be any way for the three of us together to cross the pit. While I 
mused over this problem, a most startling thing occured, a giant bubble emerged 
from the pit, and floated lazily upwards. A thought occured to me, and to test 
it out I waited till the bubble emerged, then leaped on top of it! I found 
myself absorbed by the bubble but I didn't fall through, in fact, I started
to 
float upwards with the bubble. I yelled below to Olaf to follow me on the next 
bubble, then Baleog. 
I jumped off the bubble on the first passage-way that appeared, and continued 
left. I found there a wall that I positioned myself to batter down, but before I

hit it, I heard the distinctive sound those pesky fire-walls make and decided to

wait for Olaf. When he finally reached me he set himself up with his shield in 
front of the wall, and I rammed the wall for all I was worth. When the dust 
cleared we indeed saw a fire-wall on the other side, but also a key. Snatching 
the key, I dropped down the ladder on this ledge, yelling to Olaf to stay where 
he was until I came back. At the bottom of the ladder was a a door and lock the 
key I had fit very neatly into. When the door opened I saw a tiny room with 
another key, but this key was blue. Whoever owns these keys always seems to be 
putting them on the wrong side of their doors! 
Anyway, I rejoined Olaf and told him to stop being lazy and follow me (He
didn't 
like this partucular jibe, as he was getting very hot, and there were puddles at

his feet from all his sweating), which he did, but with the necessary pause to 
block a fireball every now and then. We each took a bubble that took us to the 
very top, where Baleog waited with a sour look that spoke volumes about his 
being bored with nothing to kill while we were gone. I proceeded down the ladder

that lay just to the right of where we were, got down to the bottom where I 
opened up another door with the blue key I had found, and then climbed down to 
still another ladder. I rammed the wall I found there, then quickly fetched 
another of those marvelous smart-bomb devices before the block of stone dropped 
down to seal me in. Climbing back up the ladders I had just used, I rejoined my 
brothers at the top and the three of us proceeded right to a second ladder 
leading down. This one had a cave-man at the bottom, whom we sent to whatever 
gathering place his kind go to after they meet with us. After that, it was a 
simple matter to climb up some more stairs on the right and exit this dingy 
dungeon. 
Level 10 - BBLS 
Dear Diary, 
At last the open air! It's nice to breathe fresh air again after being
stuck 
inside a murky dungeon. But no sooner did we savor being outside than we were 
set upon by a giant snail and one of those strange looking lizard creatures. We 
made quick work of them then proceeded up a ladder which led to a ledge that 
apparently went no further. To the right I saw a wide river from which emerged 
more of the large bubbles we had seen earlier. On the other side of the river 
was our way out, so gathering up my courage I leaped on top of the nearest 
bubble, checked my timing, then leaped to the next closest bubble. In this way I

progressed to the other side of the river where I waited for my brothers to join

me. After a few close calls, first Baleog and then Olaf, reached the other side.


"That one bubble you were riding on looked like it was starting to float
down, 
Olaf, not up!", Baleog jibed. 
"It was not! It simply was smaller than the rest were. I'm so hungry I
don't t 
even want to waste time defendin' myself against your insults, Baleog, so
let's 
keep goin'!" 
With that said, we all climbed the ladder that was here and reached the ledge 
above, where we saw a locked door with no key anywhere to be seen. Having no 
other apparent options, I asked Olaf to set his shield over his head so that I 
might climb on top, and from there jump to the ledge above. And there was the 
very key we were looking for, just as I had hoped. Jumping down I put the key in

the lock and opened the door. Out popped another snarling lizard looking mean 
and unfriendly. Luckily Olaf was quick (for once) and set his shield in place to

block the monster from going any further. Baleog took care of the honors and we 
proceeded through the door where we climbed up two ladders and dealt with 
another ornery lizard. climbed yet another ladder where a giant snail and Elmo 
ran into us before we ran them over. I tell you, Diary, the one good thing about

being on an adventure is that you don't need to do your calisthenics in the

morning! 
The three of us ran across the ledge to the left until we reached a rise from 
which we could see an Elmo pacing back and forth- in a horrible mood, 
apparently- with one of those smart bombs just a few paces beside it. But, to 
this day I have yet to meet the living creature who can possibly have a worse 
mood than my brother Baleog, and this was proven yet again as he used his bow 
from the top of the slope on the left. Once the way was clear, I leaped to the 
ledge where the smart-bomb was, grabbed it, then climbed from there up the 
ladder to the left. From my vantage point I could easily see two more Elmoes 
pacing about so I thought this would be the best time to use my smart-bomb. It 
worked like a charm, and I climbed up the rest of the ladder, then ran to the 
left where a key was waiting for me. 
My brothers joined me where I had found the key, and the three of us proceeded 
together to the right, down, then up two ladders until we reched a locked door, 
but no apparent place to put the key. Once again I teamed up with Olaf by 
climbing atop the shield he raised over his head, leaped to the ledge above then

dropped down to the other side of the door where I found the lock to the door. 
Once I opened the door the three of us continued, momentarily slowed down by two

Elmoes and a giant snail, then proceeded past this section of the wilderness... 
Level 11 - VLCN 
Dear Diary, 
Leaving the wilderness, we entered into the side of a mountain where both fiery 
pits and walls seemed to abound. We jogged to the right where we saw a ladder 
that was guarded by a fire-breathing wall. This looked like a job for Olaf, so I

had him block the fire-balls with his shield while I rammed a section of the 
wall that looked weak. My instinct proved correct, for the entire wall came 
crumbling down with a thunderous crash. On the other side a cave-man immediately

attacked, and even managed to get out a hoarse battle-cry before Baleog shut him

up. I grabbed the key the cave-man was guarding, then rushed up the ladder to 
scout ahead. I discovered another fire-breathing wall just like the one before, 
including a weak looking section. So with Olaf blocking all the fire-balls, I 
knocked this wall down completely, revealing the hidden chamber behind it. Olaf 
was ecstatic as he lovingly grabbed a large haunch of meat hidden there, and 
three of us climbed up the nearest ladder. 
Tired of being left out of all the action, Baleog decided to take the lead as he

climbed up the nearest ladder he saw, until he got to top, at which point he 
started to shoot his bow at the ledge nearest him. At first I thought he was 
simply shooting for the shear pleasure of breaking things, but it turned out 
that he was shooting the lock off of a cage holding a beautiful cave-girl 
captive! Olaf may be the bear of the family, while Baleog is the badger, but I, 
on the other hand, am the love-cat! Wasting no time, I smoothed out my braids, 
cleaned the dead bugs out of my beard, and leaped over to the poor damsel to see

if she might be in distress. I introduced myself, and sparked up some 
interesting conversation, when my brothers rudely interrupted us with their 
cat-calls urging me to continue our quest. Bidding a fond farewell, I gallantly 
leaped off the ledge and joined my brothers with a scowl. 
I gracefully leaped over a large fire-pit we ran into, where a lock awaited the 
key I had found. To my astonishment, all the lava drained out, leaving behind a 
passage the three of us followed until we reached a ladder which we used to 
climb downwards. At the bottom of the ladder, we reached a narrow ledge that 
revealed an angry cave-man trolling around below us. Baleog and Olaf dropped 
down to deal with him, while I mused over my inability to maintain a committed, 
romantic relationship while on an adventure. I snapped out of it when I heard my

name being called by Baleog, and dropped down to see what he was yelling about 
now. Before us we saw a small fire pit with bubbles floating up from it. Thanks 
to our previous experience, we each proceeded upwards, single file, on bubbles 
lighter than air. At the ledge above we saw a large chamber whose ceiling was 
unstable, because large boulders would continually rain down from above. Showing

initiative for something other than food- for once- Olaf ran across the rain of 
stones and upon reaching the other side pushed a large stone slab into a 
depression in the floor where it sank into completely, revealing a ladder 
leading down. Being very carefull to avoid the falling rocks, Baleog and I ran 
across the chamber and then down the ladder where the exit to this mountain lay 
hidden. 
Level 12 - QCKS 
Dear Diary, 
This is Olaf here! I don't usually write much, so if there are any
mistakess, 
you'll know why! Erik got tired o' doing all the writin' to you
so he said I had 
to do it, and besides, he thinks I have to practice my writin'. He promises
that 
if I do the writin' for a while, he'll try to get me some extra
special goodies- 
like some choc'late cake! 
Well anyways, after leavin' the mountain, we came out into a desert that 
stretched in almost ev'ry direction as far as my eyes could see. And boy
was it 
hot! I thought I would melt from the heat, and where-ever I went I'd leave
a 
puddle behind me! I think this adventurin' business is all right, but I
really 
prefer for my next adventure to only last half a day, so I can come home to a 
nice relaxing fire and a whole side o' venison. 
Well, I soon realized that the best way to get back to the comforts I'm
used to, 
is to get back home! So, the three o' us ran to the right- fast as we
could- ran 
into a road block called quicksand (whatever that is) that forced us to figure 
out a way to get around it. Erik and Baleog talk'd together about what to
do, 
while I just rested and used my shield for shade (I hate thinking, it usually 
makes my head hurt). A few minutes later, I saw Baleog start climbin' the
tree 
on our side, and started shootin' at coconuts! 
"Baleog, you dumb psycho, do you have to try to kill everythin' you
see?", I 
yelled at him, "I wanna go home, and I don't think-". 
Just then coconuts started falling from the tree across from us, and landed in 
the quicksand where they floated. After giving me a look that didn't look
too 
friendly, Baleog jumped o'f the tree and landed on one o' the
coconuts! It 
seemed to hold him up ok, then he ran to the right where he slew a scorpion that

made the mistake o' getting in his way. At Erik's suggestion, I
climbed up the 
tree on our side, then leaped off and floated across the quicksand. Ha! I
don't 
even need the stupid coconuts, 'cause my shield lets me float all the way
to the 
other side. Erik just jumped all the way across to the other side, the show off,

and joined me as we ran after Baleog. 
In this way we made across two more quicksand pits, but unlike the places we had

been to before, Baleog led the way, not me. And boy did he have bad news to give

to any creature dumb enough to be in his way. Oh, I almost forgot, we found one 
o' those keys above the tree that was between those two quicksand pits.Erik
is 
always remindin' me o' how useful they are, but by Odin's spoon,
they really 
taste bad! 
After a lot o' work we, reached this building that has no roof,
everythin' just 
kinda comes to a point (Erik calls it a pyramid, whatever that is). Since Baleog

had the lead, he used the key to open a up the 'pyramid' and quickly
took care 
o' the strange looking guy that was inside. As Baleog continued, he did the
same 
to two other guys that were inside, but on the level above. 
Finally, the two o' us caught up with Baleog who was hangin' out at
the top o' 
the ladder. I could see he was startin' to get depressed because he had run
out 
o' things to fight. I took the moment to sit down and rest. boy, it sure is
nice 
to be in the shade and out o' the sun! But it wasn't long before Erik
had 
already come up with another o' his famous plans, and walked over to me.
He's 
always so nice and sweet whenever he wants me to do anythin'! Anyways, I
don't 
mind doin' what he wants so long as it gets me either food or back home- 
hopefully both! 
I climb'd own the ladder and walked over to the hole in the ceiling as he
wanted 
me to , with my shield over my head. Next Erik started pushin' on the block
o' 
stone that was on the upper level until it dropped into the hole. By
Baldor's 
breeches, that stone was heavy! I don't know how Erik expects me to do all
the 
heavy work when I get so little food! Anyway, Erik waited until the 
fire-breathin' wall shot past a fireball, then ran as fast as he could to
grab 
the yellow key.Before the wall shot off again, he hid in the pit where the stone

slab was dropped, then jumped after another fireball had passed by and joined us

below. After that it was easy to use the key and get out o' that area. 
Level 13 - PHR0 
Dear Diary, 
Olaf again, we left one part of this 'pyramid', only to find out we
just went 
deeper in! Well, I guess the only way out is through, or at least that's
what 
Erik always says. At Erik's say-so, I ran left up to the wall and set up my

shield. Next, Erik rammed the wall with all his might and down it came; Baleog 
followed up by shootin' the guy who was on the other side of the wall
before it 
went down. 
`We all continued left and noticed that some areas on the floor were made of 
smaller bricks than others; plus, there was another of those buttons on the 
wall- they always do somethin' weird! After thinkin' about it a few
moments, 
Erik told us all to stand on the spot made of larger bricks that was between the

first two spots of smaller bricks we ran into. Baleog then shot his bow at the 
button on the wall, and suddenly all the smaller bricks dropped into the floor 
leavin' three pits where they used to be (see, I told you they always do 
somethin' weird)! Not wantin' to hang around in case any more weird
stuff 
happened, I jumped down one of the first two pits, saw some delicious fruit 
underneath me, and instantly jumped down to get it. There was one of those 
fire-walls again, so I just blocked it with my shield while I ate that delicious

fruit. 
While I was munchin', Baleog- always thirsty for battle- dropped down
behind me 
and started whackin' away at some of those guys that always seem to be
hangin' 
around this place. I didn't really notice, I had my mind on bus'ness.
By this 
time Erik had rejoined us and the three of us started movin' again
(occasionally 
I had to stop and block a fireball, but that was no big deal). We reached the 
end of this hallway, and saw again those smaller stones in the floor; so, we 
just moved all the way to the right at the hallway's end, and made sure not
to 
stand on any of the smaller stones. After Baleog set off the button, he dropped 
down the nearest pit and clobbered one of those weird-lookin' guys. Then,
Erik 
and I followed and continued left until we stopped in front of an open pit with 
spikes at the bottom. There was a button near the second pit, and after Baleog 
shot it with his bow, Erik jumped from between the two pits into the
openin' in 
the wall that was just created. But after he got through, a stone slab dropped 
down blockin' him inside! 
"Erik!", I yelled, "Be carefull, don't do anythin'
stupid until you figure out a 
way to get us over there! Oh, and just in case, grab anythin' that might
look 
like it can be eaten!" 
Almost before I finished yellin' my advice to be careful, the pits were
covered 
up by stone slabs that slid out from the floor. This meant we could cross to the

button on the wall without gettin' hurt, and hopefully open up the wall.
When we 
did so, the wall slid down, showin' us the room beyond it, and there was
Erik 
with one o' those smirks on his face. Boy! I really hate it when he smirks!

"Erik", I asked him, "how'd you cover up the pits?" 
"Simple Olaf, I just hit this switch on the wall and that did the
trick!" 
I also hate it when he gets so pleased with himself after solvin' a puzzle.

I decided to sit down and maybe take a little break from all the excitement, 
when Erik and Baleog started climbin' down the ladder. I figur'd what
the heck, 
it doesn't seem like there are any more monsters runnin' around so I
might as 
well take a nap where its safest. Well, after only about five minutes I heard 
the two of them shoutin' my name and tellin' me they'd found the
exit. I found 
out later, and after several tries that there was a secret passage to the right 
at about the middle of the ladder. Well, after Baleog had clobbered some 
'pyramid' guy, Erik knocked a whole wall with his head and like that
the two of 
them found the exit out of here. By the time I found them they were fumin'
and 
asked me how it could take anyone so long to find such an obvious (obvious?) 
secret tunnel. I had to explain to them that it might be obvious (obvious?) but 
it sure isn't very easy to find! I hope in the future, any more secret
tunnels 
we run into will at least have some signs pointing them out... 
Level 14 - C1R0 
Dear Diary, 
Boy this 'pyramid never seems to end! Erik, after lookin' around for a
moment, 
pointed out to me that just to the left and below was a switch, and that I 
should go, floatin' down, and set it off. When I did so, these tiny ledges 
popped out of the sides of the pit, and when Erik hit the other button, a slab 
of stone dropped down from above, makin' easy to move over the pit. Next,
Erik 
jump'd to the right (or so he told me after this all happened) and hit the 
switch that made the that weird stone go up and down with nothin'
holdin' it. 
Erik jumped on top of the stone as it was goin' up and got off it when he
got to 
the passage that opened up on the right. He told me he had to run really fast 
'cause there were all these rocks fallin' from the ceiling. After
dodgin' all 
the rocks he came to a ladder that led up to still another level. He told me it 
was funny 'cause he said he saw a sign there that said 'key to the
left, death 
to the right', only it did this with pictures. He said he followed the
advice 
and rammed the wall to the left where a key hidin', then he went down the
ladder 
and ran for his life to the right- dodgin' dumb rocks all the way through. 
In the meantime, Baleog dropped down to the level just below the stone that kept

goin' up and down. When Erik came back to join Baleog, they both climbed a 
ladder that was there, ran to the left, and used the key on the lock there. 
Baleog heard the sounds of somethin' that musta been alive, so he went down
the 
ladder to make sure it wouldn't be anymore. Then Erik went down too, and
rammed 
the wall that was to the right. When the wall came down, it showed another sign,

but this time the sign gave the right positions of the switches that were next 
to the lock. Erik and Baleog both went to these switches, put them in the right 
positions, pushed the button, and a wall dropped away showin' where the way
out 
was. 
Right at about this time I was really gettin' bored, I had nothing to eat,
and 
what was almost as bad, I couldn't take a nap because I kept hearing this
dumb 
music in my head over and over again. So I decided to do some explorin'
myself! 
I dropped off the ledge I was on, ran to the left, then dropped down a shaft I 
found all the way on the left. I had to be careful though, 'cause this
really 
nasty stuff kept drippin' off the ceiling, and I had to move from side to
side 
so it wouldn't hit me. A little splash'd on my shield, and it melted a
small 
hole in it! Good thing Erik had it insured for me. When I got to the bottom of 
the shaft I started makin' my way to the right, where I saw a ladder, and
the 
closer I got to it the more I started hearin' two familiar voices
arguin' over 
somethin'. When I got to the top of the ladder I saw my two brothers
talkin' 
fast and they stopped when they saw me. 
"Hi guys, miss me?", I greet'd them. 
"Actually, Olaf", Erik answer'd, "we thought you were stuck
out there on that 
ledge and were thinkin' about how we would come and get you since we found
the 
exit here. Baleog wanted to chop you into little bits and carry you here, while 
I was thinking of letting you sit there until you got hungry enough to start 
eating the stone around you, and in that way you'd make your way here. In
any 
case, its good that you're here so we can all continue." 
It's great to have brothers like these, I never have to worry about them
not 
lookin' out for me, even when I don't want them to... 
Level 15 - SPKS 
Dear Diary, 
More of this accursed pyramid! Baleog felt the same way and shot at the first 
button he saw, and that, thank goodness, made a bridge drop down across the 
spikes. Erik took off by himself again, telling me later that after he
climb'd 
over a ridge he'd jump'd onto the first ledge he saw, then jumped onto
a tiny 
ledge just to the right of the big one. He jumped back pretty fast, 'cause
that 
made the little ledge drop down to a level where a fire-wall was shootin' 
fireballs without let up. By this time I got there and I set up my shield near 
the pit to keep the fire-balls from hittin' us. Baleog got there too, and
since 
he didn't have anythin' to kill, he shot at the chain that was
holdin' that 
little ledge my brother had jumped on. The arrow broke the chain and down went 
the ledge into the spike-pit. The really great thing was that it also made that 
stupid wall stop shootin' off those fireballs. We saw a ladder to the
right, and 
Baleog decided he'd gone too long without fightin' anythin' so
down he went, 
where he ran into another 'pyramid' dude, er, actually it was more
like he ran 
over the 'pyramid' dude. 
But anyways, Erik was followin' close behind, and not wantin' to be
show'd up, 
rammed a wall that was to the left that was hidin' a ladder goin'
down. By then 
I caught up with 'em, and asked if they'd seen any food. Erik told me
there was 
probably some further down the ladder, and that he'd go check. Erik went
down 
and ramm'd the wall to the left, followed closely by Baleog who clobbered a

'pyramid' guy on the other side. But Baleog wouldn't stop, he
went up the ladder 
past the wall and slew another that was hidin' there. Erik joined Baleog,
where 
he noticed more some symbols on the big blocks layin' all the way on the
right 
and on the left side of the passage-way. Erik went up the other ladder that he 
saw there and on that higher level he notic'd similar symbols on big stones
on 
the left and right ends of the passage-way. He mentioned that the symbols were 
the same as the ones he'd seen on a sign to the right of the wall he'd
just 
knocked down. He told me that the buttons next to each of the big stones needed 
to be changed so that they'd match the same order appearin' on the
sign. He also 
told me that he'd fixed two of the symbols, but the two above need'd
to be done 
by me. He said that rocks kept rain'n down and my shield gave me the best
chance 
of not gettin' hurt. Ok, I told him, but there better be some food pretty
soon, 
or I quit! 
I stopped by the sign to make sure I knew the order (I copied it on my shield) 
then made my way up to the right passage, and with my shield over my head, hit 
the buttons until the right symbols came up. Then I went down and rejoined my 
brothers who were waitin'down by the exit that had open'd up. 
Level 16 - JMNN 
Dear Diary, 
Will we never get out of this place? Thor only knows, I guess. Well, the first 
thing that happened was that Erik climb'd up the rise on the right,
snatch'd a 
'bomb' and used it on a snake next to the waterfall. Then he used his
head on 
the wall to the right, and kept going till he saw a red key. Erik used his speed

to grab the key on the right before the stone slab could crush him. Next he gave

the key to Baleog, I guess he was tired after all that runnin', and Baleog
took 
off running to find someone to play with. He did just that, by usin' the
slab to 
give him a lift to the upper level where he met and dealt with this guy that was

all wrapped up in bandages. Good thing he had those bandages, 'cause he
sure 
needed them after Baleog was through with him! 
Erik followed on Baleog's heels and smash'd down the wall where
another guy in 
bandages was waitin' to get clobber'd. Baleog wast'd no time as
he kept goin' 
right and dropped down some ledges to a passageway where someone else was 
waitin' to become another notch in my brother's sword belt. Baleog
kept runnin' 
like a mad viking to the left follow'd closely by Erik. They reached a
ladder 
goin' down and which they used to get down to the passage-way below. 
During all this I was startin' to get bored again, so I decided to do some 
explorin'. I went down the ladder on my left and found a bandaged guy right

underneath me! not wantin' to bother him, I just floated to the right to
find a 
more private ladder. I climbed partway down and decided I didn't want this
one 
either, so I floated right to the next one. But I didn't like this one
'cause it 
was too warm, so I waited till that nasty drippin' stuff dropp'd by
and float'd 
to the ladder on the right. This one, though, was too cold, so I waited again 
till the right moment, and floated again to the right. This new ladder was just 
right! And boy was it, I climbed right up it and found a key! I hoped I might 
find more keys, so I floated to another ladder on the right. This one was just a

little too hard, so I waited till that nasty stuff dripped down and floated to 
the ladder that was to the right. This is one was actually a little too soft, 
and so I decided that I really was sick of ladders alt'gether and just
floated 
all the way to the right, across a huge pit of spikes where my brothers were 
waitin' for me next to a lock. I guess they were glad to see me since I had
the 
key they were all waitin' for. We quickly used the key and found the exit
to 
this place at last! 
Level 17 - TTRS 
Dear Diary, 
I have given up all hope of ever leavin' this accursed pyramid! Erik scoffs
at 
my attitude and Baleog ignores me, he seems to be happy with all the
fightin' 
he's gotten to do. There was a 'pyramid' dude (though Erik is
always callin' 
them 'Egyptian', so I guess I should too) that Baleog thumped a few
times, and 
then he kept goin' left till he reached a ladder. Baleog whacked someone
else at 
the top of the ladder, Baleog next ran left till he reached a small ladder he 
climbed up and then hopped over to a smll stone ledge which carried him over 
across a pit of spikes. Erik and I follow'd after him and did the same
thing he 
did (except for the fightin'). 
My brothers sometimes make fun of my nose, callin' it big; but, if it
wasn't, I 
wouldn't be able to smell food from distances as well as I do. So for me, I
look 
at it as an ass-et (I hope that's how you spell it, I know Erik is always
usin' 
the word to describe himself). I climbed the ladder, hopped on the small ledge 
that kept goin' up, and let it take me to the top where there was an
opening to 
the left. I hopped over there and then floated down the shaft and grabbed some 
delicious fruit! Yes, Diary, my nose never leads me wrong! Oh yeah, I
happen'd 
to grab a key along the way too. I next hit the switch beside me and the wall 
open'd up lettin' me rejoin my brothers. 
By this time Baleog was missin' the combat he's had earlier, so he
decided he'd 
be next. He hopp'd on the small ledge like I'd done and let it float
him up to 
the top. Once there, he hopped to the right where a couple of
'Egyptian' guys 
thought they could beat him. They were wrong, after Baleog show'd them he 
shouted down to the two of us, tellin' us he'd found a key-hole and
said we 
needed to bring it to him. We did just that, and used the key on the key-hole. 
Following Erik, we mov'd over to a part of the floor that Erik told me
could 
move up and down, though I didn't see goin' anywhere. To my surprise
this part 
o' the floor did move, down, and before it even stopped, Baleog was off it
to go 
teach a lesson to another one o' those bandaged guys. Next, he climbed up a

ladder to the left where he thumped a pair of bandaged guys. Then he went up 
still another ladder to thump more bandaged dudes before he rejoined. 
"Alright Erik, the way is clear and safe! Hurry up and fetch the key so we
can 
get out!", Baleog told him. 
With that Erik took off like a bolt up the ladders and got both keys. When he 
came back we all got on the movin' floor and went up. We went all the way
to the 
top so that the floor wouldn't move anymore, Erik used the key, and the
wall to 
the left open'd up, and Erik was off again. He climbed up the ladder, As
Erik, 
described it, it was very harryin' (harrowin' ?). I don't know
what hair had to 
do with it but from what he said it was bad. Erik had climbed the ladder and 
jumped down to this huge cavern on the left where as soon as his feet touched 
the ground, huge blocks o' stone start'd droppin' from above. He
had to keep 
dodgin' them until one stack was four high and there he wait'd until
the rest 
had finished droppin'. Was all the blocks had fallen, it was safe to move
and 
Eric ran to the left where he pushed another big block o' stone into a
shaft to 
the left. 
Erik rushed back to us, where he told me what happened. I wasn't to
thrill'd to 
go up there so I was glad to go left and down the ladder. Another
'Egyptian' was 
there and Baleog quickly took care o' him. After that we all ran to the
left and 
took the exit, hopin' to finally get out o' here... 
Level18 - JLLY 
Dear Diary, 
At last we got out of that stupid 'pyramid', and I miss it already!
This new 
place we came to is full of nothing but machines and noise. So much noise that 
its harder to sleep here than in the 'pyramid'. I knew I never
should've got out 
o' bed this morinin'! Seein' these big machines hammerin'
away down the passage, 
Erik told me to raise my shield and hold up the first one. My brothers went 
under me and dodged the next hammer, until they reach'd the third one. Erik
told 
me to come on, and at just the moment I ran as fast as I could to the right, and

put my shield under the last o' those hammers! Erik and Baleog quickly went

under me, then I followed and we were all past the stupid hammers. Right above 
us were these two big pipe things, and Erik bein' like he is he had to
climb up 
both to see what was there. I asked him after what he'd found and he said
they 
were 'bombs'. 
To the right was a switch that Baleog shot, which stopped a really big hammer 
that was also to the right. We all went right and took the ladder that was 
there. Next to yellow pipe, Erik told me to put my shield over my head and he 
jumped on top of it. Then Erik jumped to a movin' ledge just to the right
and 
then to a more stable one on the left. At that point he used one his toys; I 
think he calls it a 'wise-bomb', or whatever. Anyway it took care of a
monster 
that was runnin' around up and to the right. After the danger was over,
Erik 
jumped to that level and push'd a button that was there. Then he went into
a 
pipe just to the right which he used to climb up and to the left where he came 
out of the pipe and managed to snatch an arrow for Baleog all the time
dodgin' a 
monster. Sure, he gets Baleog an arrow, but me nothing! Well, see if I ever do 
him any favors! 
He came back to us and gave the arrow to Baleog who was all grins, that lucky 
dog. With that, Baleog ran to the right, went down a ladder, then kept
goin' 
left where two monsters waited to be introduced to his bow. For once, Baleog was

nice enough to wait for the rest of us where we joined him at the place where he

had killed those two monsters. Next, the three of us went into the pipe to the 
left and climbed until it split right and left. We went right and Baleog shot 
the monster from inside the pipe, then Erik put one of his 'bombs'
where some 
grey blocks were in the floor. And just a moment later there was a loud boom as 
that part of the floor blew up showin' us a ladder where the blocks were.
Then 
Erik climbed down the ladder where he used another 'bomb' (though I
think this 
one was 'smarter' than the other one); he quickly ran to the right and
jumped up 
to grab a red key. I asked him where he finds so many bombs, and he told me that

they're ev'rywhere, but he had found that last one up at the top of
the pipe we 
had just gone up, but over to the left. 
Then, we all went back down the pipe, all the way to the right, and down all the

way the ladder we had used before. At the bottom we found more hammers to block 
us, but Baleog was able to stop the big one by shooting the button nearby. 
Makin' sure to time it right, we all ran past the other hammers, though I
didn't 
have somebody holdin' up a shield makin' it safe for me, I had to just
run and 
hope the hammers didn't hit me! When we got to the door we used the key to
open 
it and ran out the exit like the wind was chasin' us. 
Level 19 - PLNG 
Dear Diary, 
This place is just full from top to bottom with strange machines and other 
devices! As soon as we came in to this area, Erik started using some weird 
controls to move a large upside-down 'U' to pick up a heavy steel
block, which 
he dumped inside a small pit. This caus'd a wall to move up into the
ceilin' 
leavin' the way open for us to move. We all moved to the right where we
found 
another metal cage that had controls for still another upside-down
'U'. As soon 
as Erik stepped inside the cage, he told me to put my shield over my head, and 
then step into the shaft. I thought that he want'd me to float down to the
level 
below, but instead I started floatin' up! Next Erik moved the big
upside-down 
'U' to the right, directly over a switch. He then yelled for me to
bring my 
shield down. When I did this I started fallin', but I let myself fall
jus' a 
little so that when I brought my shield up again, I would float past the button 
and press it while goin' up! 
When I did all that, Erik moved the upside-down 'U' over the shaft and
he told 
me to drop down. I did that and when hit the floor I moved over to the right 
where I saw somethin' that looked sorta like a seesaw. When my brothers
join' d 
me, After testin' the seesaw, Erik had me an' Baleog stand on the left
side of 
the seesaw while he jumped on the right. Baleog and I went into the air almost 
ten feet! We were really havin' fun just jumpin' up and down, but then
Erik 
really got mad and told me to hurry up and leap to my left where one of those 
spring-board things were. Boy, this was really gettin' to be fun, I could
almost 
jump as high as Erik! 
Anyways, I went up two spring-boards and jumped over to a big pipe to the right.

Crawlin' through it was kinda tough, since it really wasn' t meant for
someone 
my size to go through, but it was worth it because there was one o' those 
'smart-bomb' thingies on the other side. I went back to where the
spring-boards 
were, and kept leapin' up till I got to the last o' the spring-boards,
then used 
my 'smart-bomb' on a couple o' monsters that looked like they
didn't want us 
around here. Hey, I feel the same way, but at least they coulda' been nice 
enough to show the way out! I ran to the left, then waited for my brothers to 
follow me usin' those spring-boards. 
When they joined me, Erik got into one o' those control cages again, and
had me 
put my shield over my head. I started floatin' up to the upside-down
'U', which 
Erik started movin' to the left over a platform. I then floated to the left

bein' careful not get poked by those spikes. I jumped down to the level
below, 
and hit the button that turn'd off somethin' Erik called a
'force-field'. I 
don't know where Erik gets all these fancy names and stuff, but it
doesn't 
matter what it's called so long as we can turn the dumb things off! Anyway,

Diary, my brothers joined me by droppin' down and we all went out through
the 
exit. 
Level 20 - BTRY 
Dear Diary, 
We came into another area that looked full o' nothin' but machines.
All three of 
us ran to the left where we got on a platform that took us down to the level 
below. Erik, usin' his speed and dodgin' ability, ran to the left
barely missin' 
gettin' skewered by a bunch a blades comin' out o' the floor and
ceilin'. I 
figured he probably got somethin' really important like a key or maybe even

somethin' to eat (at this point I'm so hungry that I'd eat
anythin', food or 
otherwise!); but no, it was just a coil o' wire. I told him it was dumb to
risk 
so much just for a piece o' wire. But he told me to just wait and see. 
Oh well, next we went back to the platform that took us down here and started 
goin' up. Erik told me to go through the pipe that was just to the right,
which 
I did, and blocked some really rude guy made outta metal. Next came Baleog who 
took a few slashes at the metal guy I was blockin', but his sword only just

bounced off! Disgust'd with his failure. Baleog went to the right into
another 
pipe, shot some poor spinnin'-guy with his bow, got one o' those
specially-made 
arrows we been seein' around here and came back to shoot the metal-guy
dead. 
It's bad enough to make Baleog mad, but its even worse not to let him win! 
Now it was my turn again to do somethin'. I went to the right through those

tight pipes, into another pipe that went down this time and turned left. there I

saw another metal guy that I blocked with my shield. Baleog showed up a moment 
later and shot the metal guy with those new and improved arrows o' his.
This was 
really a good thing 'cause right behind the metal guy was a gorgeous
lookin' 
roast that I gobbled down fast as I could (when adventurin' you gotta eat
on the 
run). I kept explorin' like Erik said to, but when I went through the pipe
on 
the left, all I found was a box with a bunch o' tools in it. Baleog went
back 
together to rejoin Erik, and all three of us got on that platform that went up 
and down. We went all the way as far as the platform could carry us. Baleog got 
off the platform first and ran to the right where he hopped on a small platform 
that was goin' up and down by itself where he kept shootin' at that
weird 
floatin' thing until it fell down and broke. Then Baleog shot at these
tubes to 
the right that were pourin' out fire like crazy. He found that only the red
part 
on the tubes were weak enough to be affect'd by his arrows. After the tubes
o' 
flame went out, Baleog got on this movin' floor and shot at some
spinnin' guy 
who was guardin' a bottle o' water. It must be a pretty expensive
bottle o' 
water! 
Anyway, after snatchin' the water, Baleog rejoined us. Next, it was up to
me to 
cross a pit o' spike by hoppin' on a platform that carried me to the
other side. 
I then float'd past some spike on a ramp and started messin' with a
machine that 
was there (It took me awhile to figure out, but once I used the tools it got 
much easier). A block o' lead fell down near the machine which I grabbed.
Next, 
I pushed the button then got on the elevator and went up. I went all the way up 
and used the floatin' platform to get me back to my brothers. All three of
us 
went back down on that platform we'd been usin' and went back to the
place we 
first saw when we got to this area. It had a whole bunch o' machine
lookin' 
things all along the wall and Erik told us to use all three o' the items
each of 
us had on the machine that had a picture of the item on it. When we did that, 
somethin' that Erik call'd a battery dropped down and we took it. We
used this 
'battery' thing on the machine all the way to the right, and that
caused to a 
wall to open which had an exit on the other side. 
Level 21 - JNKR 
Dear Diary, 
We came to a new place with a huge spike pit to the right. Good thing that there

were ledges that Erik could jump on to get to the other side. where he found a 
button. Erik shouted to Baleog to use his bow on a button across the pit.The 
button was hard for Baleog to see,so as the arrow left Baleog's bow, Erik
had to 
take action and watch the arrow as it came streaming in his direction, so that 
he could shout to Baleog if his shots were gettin' close or not.* 
A bridge appeared over the spikes, but we didn't use it yet, instead we
went 
down the stairs to our left, and got on another movin' platform and went
down. 
Baleog was fidgetin' so I told him to shoot somethin' if it would
settle him 
down. So along the way down, he shot at some red bricks we saw through a gap in 
the wall on the right side. We continued goin' down and Baleog shot a
spinnin' 
guy that was in a passage-way to the right. He ran over and got the fire arrow, 
shot some more red bricks, then came back and then went back up to where we 
first saw this movin' platform. When we got to the top, Baleog shot a metal

dude, and then hit a button to the right with his bow. Next, I went up the 
ladder, and once at the top, ran over to the right with my shield coverin'
my 
head. Along the way, I was able to grab a 'bomb' that was just
lyin' there, and 
float'd down the hole. I started runnin' left when I hit the floor,
and jumped 
off the ledge, floatin' down a long ways, avoidin' a a whole mess
o' spikes 
along the way. There was another dangerous-lookin' creature at the bottom,
so I 
used a bomb on him just like Erik had taught me. I dropped down a level and 
pushed a button (I'm startin' to really like pushin' buttons!),
then ran to the 
left, dropped down a shaft and decided to grab me a break at the bottom. 
Meantime, Erik wanted some action, so he ran to the right, dropp'd down a
VERY 
long shaft where he was real lucky to find a spring-board at the bottom. He went

to the left then, and start'd to hop his way to the top along a whole bunch
o' 
different, floatin' ledges. At the top he found a red key, which he
grabbed, and 
then made his way back, but decided to go down a shaft that was half-way down. 
This dropped quite a ways, but the lucky viking found a spring-board at the 
bottom. He then went left where he found me takin' a nap. He was too out of

breath to wake me at first, but then kicked me awake to ask where Baleog was at.

I told him I didn't know, so he just turned away and used the key he'd
found on 
the lock just to the left. The wall opened up and there was the exit! Now all we

needed was Baleog. 
What we didn't know was that Baleog was on his way. He ran to the left
where the 
platform was, and went down to the same level we were at. We all went out 
together hopin' that if home wasn't our next stop, we would soon be
there! 
* The player must realize that a moment before the arrow that Baleog shoots 
leaves the side of the screen, the player must change control from Baleog to 
Erik. In this way the arrow doesn't just disappear off the screen, but
continues 
past where Erik is, and hits its mark. 
Level 22 - CBLT 
Dear Diary, 
More mazes! Oh well, what can you do, huh? We saw one of those 'electric
fields' 
to our right, so we couldn't quite figure out what to do. I suggested
goin' for 
lunch, but no one else thought so. Spoilsports. 
Erik was the first to do somethin', he ran up the nearest ladder, ran all
the 
way to the right and grabb'd a bomb. Next, he dropped that bomb in a gap in
the 
floor near a spring-board. Then he used the spring-board to give him a lift up 
to the ledges above him. Near the very top he spotted what look'd like a
secret 
passage and went inside to get a 'smart-bomb' and some fruit for me!
Then he 
used that 'smart-bomb' on a spinnin' guy and grabbed all those
extra bombs he 
was guardin'. He went back down and rejoin'd us. Together we got past
one o' 
those hammers that kept droppin' from the ceilin' and used a seesaw to
get me 
high enough in the air to get to the ledge that was movin' up and down. 
I saw a thing shootin' stuff on the left, so I faced that way to make sure
he 
didn't hurt me. Next, Baleog joined me, and he shot at two buttons along
the 
wall to the right of us. At that moment Erik told me to jump down and set my 
shield because some monsters were pourin' through a wall that had just
dropped 
away to the right. Then Baleog jumped off the platform and join'd Baleog on
the 
seesaw, makin' it possible to for Erik to get on the movin' platform,
go up to 
the top and drop a bomb in the gap that was in the passage-way up there. 
After that Erik came back down and dropeed a bomb inside the shorts o' the
metal 
guy I was blockin'. Judgin' by the smoke that came out of him a few
seconds 
later, he didn't care for that too much. Next, we ran to the right and all
of us 
got on the platform there which we took to the very top. Then we all ran to the 
left avoidin' some hammers droppin' from the ceiling. When we got to
the other 
side Erik set off a bomb to make a hole in the floor, and we dropped down to the

level below. Next, I used a spring-board to get on one o' those movin'
platforms 
and set my shield to block anythin' that came flyin' in our direction.
Then 
Baleog got on too and shot some guys that didn't look very friendly as we
went 
up. 
That made the way to the exit clear, and we all crammed into the passage that 
was to the left of where the movin' platform had left (though I was the
last to 
get out 'cause I had to block that thing that was firin' at us). Boy,
all this 
movin' and leapin' is makin' me hungry. I sure hope they have a
hamburger stand 
pretty soon! 
Level 23 - H0PP 
Dear Diary, 
Right where we appear'd in this area was a seesaw we used to get me
goin' up 
along the spring-boards. Along the way I found a 'smart-bomb' that I
used on 
some dumb jerk that kept shooting stuff at me. I kept goin' up and got a
red 
key, and headed to a small nook in the wall that had the lock for this key; I 
also kept my shield above my head in case anybody shot at me. I was gettin'

pretty tired by then, so I just kinda waited and didn't do too much for a
while. 

Soon Erik and Baleog joined me up here, and since things were a little too cozy 
I decided to use the key and make some more room. I took off first and ran to 
the right, avoidin' some hammers along the way, then dropped down a gap in
the 
floor and float'd down past some spikes to my left. I floated all the way
down 
then ran to one o' those control cages, and, thanks to Erik showin' me
how, I 
was able to make the big upside-down 'U' move over to the left. After
I did 
that, Baleog and Erik came down the platform they were on and took it all the 
way down. 
Erik saw another control cage and he used it to do the same thin' I had
done, 
make the big 'u' move left. Baleog, still at the movin' platform,
took it up, 
almost to the top, where he shot to the right at the chain that was holdin'
a 
huge bar o' steel. This bar start'd to fall, but the upside-down'
'U' I was 
controllin' caught it, and I moved it over Erik's 'U' that
was below me. I then 
made my 'U' drop the bar down to Erik's upside-down
'U'. Erik made his 'U' move 
over the gap in the floor near him and dropped the bar right into it. Baleog 
came over to Erik's cage and shot a button that was across the way, this
caused 
a hole to open in the floor near me, and I was able to join my brothers by 
droppin' through it. 
Erik told me an' Baleog to run to the right near where the exit was
supposed to 
be, while he went back to the platform and took it all the way up. At the top, 
Erik ran all the way to the right, avoidin' those dumb hammers again, then 
dropp'd all the way down a long shaft that had a spring-board at the
bottom. To 
the right he found a large passage that had a tall ceilin' with lots
o' ledges 
along the way. He made his way up, but at the top was this really unfriendly 
monster that kept shootin' stuff at him. Since Erik didn't have
anymore o' those 
'bombs' he just decided to dodge him by jumpin' to the right. He
dropp'd down 
quite a ways, and he was real lucky that along the way down he found the key he 
was lookin' for all along. He landed on the spring-board, and that shot him
up 
and to the left where he join'd us, open'd the door, an' let us
all leave this 
bad place. I hope the next time we go on an 'adventure' it
doesn't have to be so 
adventurous! 
Level 24 - SMRT 
Dear Diary, 
At this new place we found another of those control cages right off. Baleog had 
kept complainin' about not gettin' to have any fun 'less there
were monsters 
nearby, so we told 'im to try it out. He got in it and Erik told me to go
climb 
that ladder to the right I did that and waited on the ledge while Baleog moved 
the chain holdin' that bar o' steel over to the right so I could get
on it. I 
hopped on the bar, then waited for Baleog to move us to the left where I hopped 
on one o' those spring-board things. I used the spring-boards to get me all
the 
way to the top an' to the left where I got in a control cage. I like those 
things. The best part is gettin' to wear those neat hats! 
Erik join'd me soon enough an' then he jump'd onto the bar
hangin' from the 
chain as I mov'd it over to the right. Erik jump'd to the right where
he found a 
'bomb', then hopped back over to where I was, and knocked down the
wall that was 
to my left. Next I jump'd off to the left where I made sure not to touch
any o' 
those 'force field' things as I made my way down and got a key and
some food! 
When I got to the bottom, I ran to the right where I float'd the rest
o' the way 
to the right and rejoin'd Baleog. Erik came down to join us, makin'
sure he 
didn't jump too far down and hurt himself. It looked like if he just kept
goin' 
a little to the right, he'd hit another one of those springboard things.
When he 
landed on the steel bar by the first control cage, he dropp'd down the rest
o' 
the way to the ground. I sure was happy to see him get down all that way without

gettin' hurt, since he didn't have a shield to float down with like I
did. After 
he got down, I used the key I'd found on the red lock to our left. After
the 
wall open'd Erik ran in an' set a bomb in the part o' the floor
that look'd the 
weakest. This made a hole in the floor that I jump'd down through. 
I kept hoppin' down till I got to the floor an' block'd a metal
dude. Erik 
follow'd close behind and he set a bomb in this guy's shorts just like
before (I 
think he likes doin' that a little too much, Diary. He gets this real weird
look 
in his eyes, kinda like Baleog does when he whacks stuff with his sword). By now

Baleog had finally got down to where we were, and then Erik took off a
runnin', 
to the right past a bunch'a hammers. When he got to the right hand edge of
the 
ledge we were on, he dropped down to the level below. He jump'd up to the a
pipe 
that led to a 'smart-bomb' for Erik, and a leg o' lamb for me!
Then Erik dropped 
to the level below and ran all the way to the left. 
By this time Baleog and I had decided to run down and join him, so we made our 
way past all the hammers and found Erik near a pit full o' spikes. Erik
decided 
I should hold on to the 'smart-bomb' since I was going down the pit
first. So I 
pulled up my trousers that were startin' to slip again, and float'd
down past 
all those nasty spikes. when I got all the way down I pulled out the 
'smart-bomb' and used it on one o' those spinnin' guys. I
then ran to the left 
where a movin' platform was and went up all the way where a button was
waitin' 
for me to press. The wall blockin' my brothers fell away and they
join'd me over 
on the movin' platform. Together, we went all the way to the bottom, and 
caref'lly made our way past those sharp knives pokin' through the
floor an' 
ceilin'. On the other side was a seesaw that we used to get Baleog up on
the 
movin' platform, and he used his bow as he was goin' up and down on
more o' 
those tubes shootin' flames. Now that the way was clear, we all got to the
exit 
an' left the area fast as we could.Level 25 - V8TR 
Dear Diary, 
The first thing we did here, Diary, was have Erik run left and take the
movin' 
platform all the way up. He then jumped up into a pipe that was to the right, 
follow'd it through and got himself a 'torch' as he call'd
it. Looked like fire 
to me, and my mommy always told me not to play with fire! He then came back down

to join us and, but only for a moment, he took off again to the right and used 
the torch on some machine to the left of a big metal fire-place. Then Erik ran 
back our way and climb'd up the ladder next to us, and ran to the right on
the 
upper level, avoidin' some hammers all the way through. I don't think
I could do 
that without my shield, and I never wanna try! He jump'd over a spike pit
along 
the way and climb'd into another control cage. He used the upside-down
'U' (Erik 
calls it a magnet now. He's always gotta come up with fancy names for
stuff) to 
pick up a metal block that was in the pit and dropped it on top of the machine 
that was to the left. The machine turn'd on and it spat out some weird
lookin' 
tools that Erik grabbed as he made his way back to us. 
Next, all three o' us got on the movin' platform, an' went all
the way to the 
top where Erik used those tools to fix a machine that was there (he's real
smart 
'bout machines, but not smart enough when it comes to gettin' food).
Once the 
machine was fix'd, it open'd a hole in the floor that Baleog dropped
down to 
clobber a couple a spinnin' dudes. Then I follow'd after him and I
dropped down 
a pipe near the place where I came into this level. When I got out o' the
pipe I 
used my shield to block this metal guy who was shootin these metal things at me.

Baleog then came rushin' in, and I thought I was saved! But he ran past the

metal dude, grabbed one o' fiery arrows and shot the metal dude all in one
move. 
Both of us then went up the pipe to meet Erik, and the three of us made our way 
to the seesaw on the right. We used the seesaw to get Baleog onto the lowest of 
the two small ledges on the left, and from there he took care o' the
monster 
that was throwin' stuff down on us. Next, Baleog dropped down on the
seesaw, 
which toss'd him up the nearest spring-board. Like that he made his way up
to 
the movin' platform on the left. From the platform, Baleog used his bow to
shoot 
the chain through a hole in the wall. Next, he hopped to the left, bounced off 
the spring-board and got the smart-bomb that was to the left. He then went back,

and used the 'smart-bomb' on a spinnin' dude to his left. He
dropped down to 
where the spinnin' guy was and ran over to get this blue key. 
When he came back to us, he didn't even stop to say hello, he just kept
runnin' 
to the left to take the movin' platform down all the way. Good thing, we
caught 
up to him before he went down or we might o' been stuck there (geez, and I 
thought Erik was the one always in a rush). At the bottom, we ran to the right, 
and Baleog shot one o' his arrows at the machine there. This turn'd
the fire off 
and we were able to use the blue key on the lock which open'd the way to
our 
exit... 
Level 26 - NFL8 
Dear Diary, 
This is Baleog. At first I thought that writing entries into this journal would 
be a waste of a warriors time, but then it occured to me: What better way is 
there to chronicle the tests and trials of a true warrior. And, perhaps in the 
distant future some may pick up these writings and decide to honor my heroic 
exploits in verse and song; or, even possibly a series of books and comic books,

film rights, talk shows etc. Hey! They might even put me in a video game! But, I

stray from the subject at hand: to crush my enemies and see them driven before 
me! 
After our trials and tests, struggling and hardships, the gods (somehow in their

wisdom) decided that we had become worthy of this new series of tests in a world

made full of garish colors, silly monsters, and candy decorations. But, oh well,

mine is not to ask, but to kill. 
Seeing the opportunity for some food, Olaf ran to the nearest thing he saw and 
put his mouth on it Unfortunately for him, it wasn't food! Whatever he
tried to 
eat inflated him, and caused him to start floating up into the air. He
didn't 
like the feeling, so he decided to stop at the nearest ledge where he used his 
shield to block a monster. Seeing the opportunity for glory, I too took some of 
that gas and floated up beside him where I could deal with the cur attacking my 
brother. Looking for more opportunities, I leaped off the ledge to the one I had

come from, then to the one below that. 
Olaf decided to take more of the gas, waited for the moving ledge to go down, 
and then floated upwards to snatch a key, then releasing the gas floated back 
down to the ledge he had come from. He sucked even more gas, then floated up to 
the ledge above him where he used the key had to open a wall and get a blue key 
behind it. Then Olaf floated down to the level where I was, but landed on the 
other side of the spike pit that I was on. 
Olaf used his blue key to open up the wall, and by this time Erik had joined 
him, and since I saw signs of adverseries, I took some more of the gas and 
floated over to his side. On the other side of the wall, Olaf took more gas to 
float up to the nearest ledge above him that had a gas nozzle. From there he 
took even more gas, floated straight up to the switch, hit it, then dropped down

to the platform that was moving up and down. He let the platform carry him up to

fetch the yellow key, and then took still more gas to float himself up and to 
the right to get a bomb. He then floated all the waydown to the level where we 
were, but touched down on the side opposite us where the yellow lock was. I 
could see Olaf waving his arm to us to come over, so we did that, using the gas 
to float us across. 
When we had gotten to the other side, Olaf used the key to open the way for us 
and we all used the gas nozzle to cross over to the other side of the spike pit 
we found there. Olaf, certainly addicted to the gas by now, used it to float 
himself straight up to the ledge that was on the left, and set up his shield. I 
floated up there next, where I found two flame nozzles to shut off and a foolish

blue creature who wanted to feel the fury of my wrath. I then ran across the 
room and got the red key, which I used on the lock next to where Olaf was. Then 
Erik finally decided to join us, he grabbed the bomb from Olaf and leaped to the

platform that started moving when I used the red key. He went up as far as he 
could and planted the bomb on a wall to his left. From there he raced to the 
left, used a gas nozzle to float up to the ceiling where a button waited to be 
triggered, then dropped straight down to fetch the blue key. Then he went back 
to the moving platform, went down about halfway, and leaped along ledges to the 
right to catch the second moving platform. This one took him the top of the 
chamber, where he used the blue key to open the wall blocking the exit. When he 
yelled to us to come, we took the ledges and moving platforms to the exit he had

found. 
Level 27 - WKYY 
Dear Diary, 
Will these trials never end? Erik and I have had enough of this sickening 
candy-world. The only one that seems happy is Olaf. Last time he walked past us 
he mumbled something about having finally arrived in Valhalla. But I digress. 
The first thing that happened in this continuing misadventure,is that Olaf 
dropped down into the small pit on the right so that I might cross and reach the

ladder beyond by walking on his raised shield. I climbed this ladder all the way

to the top. Then I jumped over to the moving platform to my left and shot at the

three bullseyes to my right. At the very top I vanquished a wandering monster, 
ran to the right along the passageway and grabbed a key and bomb. I took the 
platform back down and joined my brothers. 
While I was busy doing this, Eric had gone to the right and leaped from ledge to

ledge until he found a blue key. He came upon a hole to the right that took him 
down a small passage which dropped him straight down, bouncing from bubble to 
bubble. Then took the ladder that was there down and leaped across the chasm, 
using the spring-board. 
Back where I was I decided to use the red key to see what effect it might have, 
and discovered that the floor literally dropped out from under Olaf! Luckily, he

was awake and managed to use his shield to float himself down. He then took the 
ladder he had found and leapt off from the very top to float himself across the 
spike pit, then kept moving right, and floated over to Erik's position. 
I then decided to take the pit to the left of the one Olaf had fallen through. I

fell a short way and found myself stuck! So, I decided to use the bomb I had to 
blast my way through, and I dropped down to the bottom of this shaft. I then 
spotted a target that turned off the 'force-field' when I shot at it.
I dropped 
through the opening that was created and pounded the creature I found there into

next week. To the right I shot at the chain holding the block in place, and down

went the block. I dropped down the opening created by the falling block. I made 
sure to keep right so that I would land on the ledge that was on the right. 
From there I jumped to the ledge on the left, continued to the left as far as I 
could, and suddenly found myself transported across the pit from where my 
brothers were. I then leaped off the edge, and using the spring-board, bounced 
to where my brothers waited and we all proceeded out of this area. 
Level 28 - CMB0 
Dear Diary, 
Another silly place!? Is this what Odin truly intends for me, to endlessly 
trudge through a world bereft of greater glory for one who is worthy? Whatever 
the case, I see that the only way out of this place is through, so I will 
endeavor to do so as quickly as possible. 
Erik seemed no less eager than I to depart this place, as he immediately used 
the spring-board to the right to carry him to the ledge above, where he 
positioned the switches he had found so that the first and third ones were up 
while the middle one was down. Olaf and I went to the left instead of following 
him, and proceeded upwards along the springboards till we got to the passageway 
above We then kept going right till we got to the end of the platform on the 
right. At that moment, Erik flipped the first switch on the left, and more 
platform opened up to the right so that we could continue past the spikes below.

At that point Olaf floated down to the right where he blocked a monster till I 
could get there and finish him off. 
At the same time, Erik ran to the right and hopped on a moving platform. This 
took him down to another platform that was to the right where he was able to 
grab a blue key. He then jumped over to the passageway that was to the right, 
and placed the switches he found there in the same position as the ones he had 
found before: up, down, and up. 
In the meantime, Olaf and I had run to the right until we had gone as far as we 
could and could go no further. While Olaf had his shield up to block the fist 
pounding at us from above, Erik flipped the middle switch up, making it possible

for Olaf and I to continue to the right and drop down to meet him. Then Olaf 
placed a bomb on the section of green bricks in the floor to the right. Olaf 
then dropped down the hole created in the floor, andfloated down but to the 
right to avoid the spikes; also, he hit the button on the way down. 
When this happened, the platform started moving, so I took it to carry me over 
to the set of switches in the passageway on the right. I set the switches so 
that the first one was down and the other two were both up. Then Erik used the 
springboard to hurl himself up to the passageway above the one that I was at, 
and ran to the stone block furthest to the right. Then, with a shout of go-ahead

from Erik, I hit the last switch on the right, creating a block to appear just 
to the right of Erik. After Erik moved to the right one more block, I hit the 
switch furthest to the left, and Erik continued through onto what looked like a 
caged shaped like the maw of a wild beast, but actually functioned like the 
lifting platforms we'd seen before. Erik went down and stopped for me to
join 
him, and we next went down as far as the thing would take us. Olaf floated down 
to join us. 
The three of us went straight up to the top, whereupon Olaf floated past all the

ledges, and got down to where a button was where he also found a red key. Erik 
and I brought the cage back down again just as Olaf hit the button, allowing him

to join us again. At this point Erik gave Olaf the blue key, just as Olaf hopped

into a bubble which carried him to the top of a shaft. At the top he used both 
keys he had to open up both walls there. Hearing his cry of success, Erik and I 
both scrambled over to grab a bubble each, and floated to where Olaf waited at 
the exit. We then wasted no time attempting to escape this nightmare. 
Level 29 - 8BLL 
Dear Diary, 
Well, I suppose that the gods will not yet release us from this particular world

we find ourselves trapped in, so, again, it seems the only way out is through. 
But, by Thor's Hammer, I will at least take out my wrath on any denizens of
this 
realm that I find! 
Once again Erik took the initiative and leaped to the right over a pit full of 
spikes, and continued to jump over the remaining spikes by using the 
spring-boards to aid him. He continued in this fashion until he reached the 
first opening in the ceiling allowing him to progress upwards. He worked his way

up along the spring-boards until he reached a passage-way would continually move

beneath his feet (I hate those). After reaching the left-most part of this 
passage-way, he continued downwards along crumbling ledges, and snatched the red

key before landing on the section of floor not covered with spikes. He jumped to

the left, until he reached another opening in the floor, which he leaped over, 
and stopped inside one of those transporting portals. 
Then Olaf dropped down the first pit to the right, and floated down, avoiding 
all the spikes along the way. and, at the first opportunity floated to the 
right. He essentially continued moving to the right using those gas nozzles 
along the way, until he reached an area with spring-boards leading up. to a 
chamber where a yellow key was hidden. When Olaf got there, he immediately 
raised his shield to ward off the attacking creature that came running up to 
him. 
At this time Erik went through the transporting portal and appeared beside Olaf.

I, however, being the brave and innovative viking that I am, decided to go left 
and step onto the moving platform. I quickly shot the target which opened the 
wall to my left and allowed me to proceed. I then stepped off to the left and 
used the springboards to propel myself up into the first chamber that opened up 
to the right. I kept going on to the right, up some more spring-boards along the

way and then left through the passage at the top; all the while killing anything

that stood in my way. I proceeded until I reached the moving platform, at which 
point I used my bow on all three bullseyes I saw to my left, then dropped to the

left, avoiding the spikes. There is truly no finer bowman in all the worlds that

we have been through than myself! Finally I reached a transportation portal and 
appeared beside my two brothers just in time to kill the monster that was 
threatening them. After doing so, we all proceeded to the right, used the keys 
we had found, and then proceeded out of there as fast as our aching feet would 
carry us. 
Level 30 - TRDR 
Dear Diary, 
Appearing in yet another 'wacky' environment, we all gritted our teeth
and 
looked for the next course of action. Erik decided to leap to the right and 
catch the transportation portal. He appeared on a ledge with some ladders to his

immediate right, which he took. From that first ladder, he dropped down halfway 
down its length and then leaped to the next ladder on the right. From there he 
leaped from the bottom of the ladder he was on to the next ladder to his right 
and then to a ledge off to the right. He then climbed down the ladder on the 
ledge and dropped to the floor off to the left, avoiding one of those
'electric 
fields.' 
Olaf, ever in search of food, took the opening to his right and dropped down and

ran to the left, past some guy that looked like a viking, but tried to kill 
Olaf! Thankfully, as soon as Olaf landed to the left of the guy, he set his 
shield to block him. I could take no insult such as that! It was time for 
action! I dropped to the left on a moving platform, shot the bullseye to my left

and then dropped down from platform to platform till I reached the same level as

my brother, Olaf. 
"You are not a true warrior of Thor, I am!", the false-viking yelled
across to 
me, "I shall demonstrate to you what a gutless cur you really are!" 
"Come get some, false-viking!", was all I responded with as I
proceeded to tear 
his limbs off. 
After the pleasant affair was over, I gave my key to Olaf and told him to wait 
there. I then used the transportation portal. Just then Erik appeared and yelled

for Olaf to come over to him. As soon as he did so, Erik gave Olaf his key. Then

Erik stepped into the transportation portal and was gone. Olaf, walked back to 
the left where the locks were, and used both keys. The floor dropped out from 
him and he floated down, grabbing the key that was there on the way down. 
Meanwhile, Erik jumped on top of the transportation portal he appeared in and 
leaped to the left-most ladder, which he climbed to the top of. He then leaped 
from one moving platform to another until he got to a ledge at the top. Then he 
dropped down to his left hopping from one ledge to another till he reached the 
bottom where Olaf was. He ran past him to the left. jumped on top of the 
transportation portal where I was, then he jumped the long shaft to the left, 
grabbing a key along the way, then using the spring-board at the bottom to 
launch to the chamber on the right. 
Next I yelled to Olaf to raise his shield over his head, and ran over to his 
position towards the right. I jumped on the spring-board which gave me enough of

a boost to land on Olaf's shield. From there he slowly and carefully moved
to 
the right (making sure that I would not fall off) so that I could reach the 
higher ledge on the right. 
Then Olaf used his yellow key to open the floor beneath him, which he floated 
down through. He made sure not to touch any of the spikes to his left, landed on

the floor and ran to his right, making sure the fist coming down from the 
ceiling didn't hit him. He climbed up the nearest ladder there and blocked
an 
attacking monster. At this point I jumped to my right, used the springboard at 
the bottom of the shaft I had dropped down to land in the chamber to the right. 
I made sure to be speedy enough to avoid getting hit by whatever it was that the

leering face was shooting at me. I rushed down the ladder to find my brother 
being attacked another worthless monster, whom I immediately disposed of, of 
course. Olaf then ran up the steps I had just gone down, and blocked that same 
lewd face that I just mentioned. I followed him and when I reached that level I 
shot at the face, which first knocked the blocks in the way and then hit the 
bullseye. With the face silenced, both Olaf and I proceeded down the ladder and 
dropped down to the right. 
At this time Erik decided to try to come and join us. He jumped first to the 
left platform, the right one and then to the middle one, from that one he jumped

over the transportation portal. After using the portal, Erik appeared right 
beside us, handed over his key to us through the opening in the wall. We used 
this key to open up the wall fully, and we all left this area. 
Level 31 - FNTM 
Dear Diary, 
By now we've all accepted being doomed to forever wander around this realm
of 
'wackiness'. So I suppose all we can do is make the best of it. Olaf
was getting 
hungry again, as he hadn't eaten in almost half and hour, so he decided to
float 
over to a spring on the left. He bounced off of it and made his way to the left 
using the bubbles floating over the bubbling lake until he reached another 
spring-board. He used it to hurl him high enough into the air to hit a button 
hanging in midair and float over a pit of spikes. Once he landed, though, he had

to set his shield immediately because another of those treacherous false-vikings

attacked him. I didn't need to be told what to do at this point, so I too 
floated across the chasm using the springs and bubbles to get across, all the 
while crying my famous war-cry ("Run away!"). Once I touched down, I
ran over to 
the fool harassing Olaf and beat him senseless, not to mention lifeless. 
Erik must of been getting lonely, because he followed after the two of us to the

other side. Now that we were all together, we had no clue of what to do. Erik 
made a suggestion that Olaf go and do some scouting, and he immediately rushed 
off to the left. At the top of the rise to the left, Olaf found a gas nozzle 
which he used to float himself up to the ridge higher up and to the right. Olaf 
leaped off the ridge, floated down past the spikes, got the red key, and floated

down the rest of the way to join us. Olaf decided he hadn't had quite
enough gas 
so he took some more and floated back up to the ridge he had come from, He took 
some more gas when he reached the top of the ridge and floated over to the ledge

on the right. Next, he inserted the key in the lock, which caused a wall 
blocking further progress to the right to disappear. 
Then I decided to join Olaf, took some gas a couple of times and stopped up at 
the first ledge to the right. But instead of joining Olaf, I floated straight 
up, made my way over to the ridge on the right, and shot the bullseye that 
happened to be there. I can always use a little target practice. 
Next, Erik decided to take some gas and come up with us. When he reached where 
Olaf was at, he used the gas nozzle to the right of Olaf and floated up. Taking 
the ledge to the left he made a few well placed leaps, and grabbed a bomb and a 
blue key. He then leaped to the ledge on the right and used the key on the lock 
that was there. He then made his way to another ledge on the right, used the gas

nozzle, and floated straight up, taking the first opening on the left. After 
pushing a block off the ledge, he fell down after it, and pushed it to the right

until it fell off the ledge and landed in a small pit. Erik immediately leapt 
down along some ledges and grabbed the key that was revealed. Inhaling more gas,

Erik floated up all the way to the top of the chamber where he used the key on 
the lock to turned off the force field. He then floated a little further to the 
ledge on the left and decided to take a small break. 
Meanwhile, Olaf and I decided that Erik was taking entirely too long, so 
together my brother and I joined Erik on the ledge. After joining him, I decided

to press further, and so, upon taking some gas I floated up to a the ledge on 
the right. Soon my other brothers joined me on the ledge I was on. I then took 
some more gas, floated up the ledge on the left, bounced off the spring, and 
used the floating platforms to get to past the large spike pit. My brothers were

right on my heels, and Olaf was first to leap to the left and block another 
worthless false-viking. I dropped down to dispatch him and Erik followed just as

soon as the danger was gone. Next, Olaf took some more gas, floated to the left 
where he used a spring-board, then leaped over to the left where a key was 
waiting for his pudgy hand. 
After grabbing the key, he floated down and to a sloping ridge where another 
false-viking immediately set upon him. I followed down to where Olaf was and 
tore this false-viking apart. And, after a moment, Erik joined us too. 
Moving down and to the right, along the slope, Olaf used the key on the lock 
that was there. Then Olaf floated down to the ridge on the lower-right. He then 
dropped down to the ridge just below the one he was on. Olaf then proceeded to 
the left by inhaling more gas from a nozzle, floating over to the spring in the 
middle of the spike pit, leaping to the next spring on the left. Then after 
waiting a moment to catch his breath, he leaped over a ridge with spikes on top,

landed on a spring and used it to carry him over to the exit on the left. In 
exactly the same way, Erik and I followed and joined Olaf; all of us eager to 
reach the exit at last. 
Level 32 - WRLR 
Dear Diary, 
Snapping instantly into action, Erik inhaled some gas, floated up and to the 
left, then landed atop a ledge with a gas nozzle. He then took some more gas and

floated up to a ladder that was slightly to the right. He then followed all the 
ledges to the left, until he got to a switch that he hit and fetched a bomb. He 
then went up the ledges, past the ladder, and up to the highest ledge that was 
to the left. There he set a bomb next to a wall and watched it fall through the 
floor. Erik then ran down to the ridge where the wall had fallen down to. Erik 
leaped to the top of the wall, and jumped to the switch to turn it off. 
By that point, Olaf had gotten the strange idea that he smelled food off to the 
left, so he inhaled some gas and floated to the nearest ledge on the left. He 
inhaled more gas and floated to the left, and as the fan blew him downwards, he 
floated left and across all the spikes till he got to safer ground. Taking a few

sniffs in the air, he inhaled more gas and floated straight up, refilling with 
gas along the way, till he got to the very top and grabbed the red key. Then it 
was back down to the level he had just left. He first yelled over to Erik to 
turn off the switch at the bottom of the section that he was at. Erik 
immediately complied. Olaf then inhaled some more of that strange gas, floated 
up to the switch, exhaled the gas; and, just as he fell, he turned the switch 
off, and floated the rest of the way over to the ledge. He then inhaled more 
gas, and floated over to the right, up and over the rise, then ran down to where

I was waiting for him. 
Erik used the transportation portal and he suddenly appeared with the rest of 
us. Then Olaf floated down to a ledge on the right, sucked up some gas, and then

floated up and to the right as far as he could, where he used the red key. Olaf 
then floated back to rejoin us. But, he didn't stay long, because after a 
refill, he went up and over the ledge on the right. Olaf then ran over and 
hopped onto the moving ledge. Once he got there he yelled to tell me this, I did

the same thing, and joined him on the moving platform. Next, Olaf got off the 
moving platform to the right, and blocked another of those false-vikings. I then

took my time and shot the fool (the false-viking, that is), and shot at a 
bullseye that was along the wall. We saw a chamber with a key in it that this 
passage-way led to, so, after inhaling more gas, Olaf floated over there, 
grabbed the key, and floated back down to the ledge. The two of us then made it 
back past the moving platform. After inhaling still more gas, Olaf floated up 
the chamber where he used the blue key on the lock that was there. He kept 
floating up and got blown all the way to the left of the chamber he'd just 
entered, where he found no rest bouncing on a spring-board. 
I joined Olaf after following closely on his heels. Once on the same springboard

I discussed what we should do next. After we agreed, Olaf used the spring-board 
to jump up to the upper level on the right. As soon as he got up there, Olaf set

his shield to the left to block anything being shot toward him; meanwhile, I 
went up to that level glorified in killing everything that moved, or even seemed

to move, or for that matter might have moved if it suddenly got the inclination 
to do so. I then continued to the right and dropped down a ledge, and while I 
was doing all this, Erik was making steady and speedy progress to join us. After

Erik had safely caught up to me, Olaf ran to the right and dropped off the ledge

to join us. He then inhaled some gas, floated off this ledge to the button, 
exhaled the gas and pushed the button on his way back down to us. Then each of 
us, not accepting failure as a possibility, took turns floating across the spike

pit to the ledge on the right. Olaf and I both used the spring-board to leap 
across to the exit, while Erik simply jumped all the way over there. Sure, he 
can leap like no one else, but without me he'd get beaten by two-bit
monster in 
this place. 
Level 33 - TRPD 
Dear Diary, 
Yet another one of these 'wacky' trials! Yet we will persevere like
the vikings 
we are! Nothing can stand in our way! 
The first thing we did in this new area was for the three of us to run to the 
left, Olaf and I to get on one side of the seesaw with Erik on the other. Then 
we started jumping on it till Erik could jump to his maximum and grab the 
smart-bomb. From there he jumped to the ledge on the left and then back down to 
the seesaw. Then Olaf jumped off the seesaw to the ledge on the left where a 
switch was at; I followed closely behind him and flipped the switch. Then we 
were joined by Erik, who rammed the wall to the left; and, just before a new 
wall came down to replace the battered one, Olaf ran over and blocked it in 
place with his shield over his head. 
Out of the corner of my eye I saw something move, so naturally I went over to 
kill it, then find out what it might be. I ran to the left at top speed and 
annihilated one of those 'wacky' creatures that keep turning up all
over the 
place. I then inhaled some gas from the nozzle, and floated up to a ledge on the

right. I then shot at the blocks to the right that I could see through an 
opening in the wall. I then inhaled some more gas, and floated all the way to 
the top and got off on the ledge to the right. where I got on the moving floor 
and shot a bullseye that was to the right. I kept going to the right and dropped

down to the level below. I then ran to the left and dropped down the opening, 
where I pulverized a monster there at nearly the speed of thought. I continued 
to proceed all the way to the right, and shot at the chain that was holding up 
the block. As there was nothing else for me to kill or otherwise destroy, I 
decided that it was time I went back to join my brothers. 
Olaf and I went right and dropped down to where the seesaw was at. Olaf went 
left, dropped down the hole and pushed on the button on the way down, and when 
he landed raised his shield over his head. At this time, Erik hit the switch 
that was right beside him, causing the block to drop down on top of Olaf; but 
for all his whining, Olaf was strong enough to hold it up. 
Then Erik dropped down to where I was and continued left as far as he could, 
then started dropping down. He kept going down, landing as hard as he could on 
the weaker sections of the floor, which crumbled beneath him, until he reached 
the very bottom level where a blue lock was. He picked up a bomb he found there,

then used the pumps to get back up to the top where the blue key was hidden 
behind a wall, and used the bomb to blow the wall down and get the blue key. He 
then went all the way back down to the blue lock, used the key, and proceeded 
right onto a spring-board which bounced him up to where a red key was. With key 
in hand, he continued progressing upward using the spring-boards, to where the 
red lock was at. He used the key, and pushed the block over Olaf''s
head to the 
right until he could see the false-viking... then Erik used the smart bomb and 
put that pretender in a world of pain. After the false-viking was dead, Olaf 
went to the right to join Erik and I joined them a second later. We all stepped 
into the transporter portal set in our mutual conviction that nothing could 
possibly be more of a tormenting experience than this 'wacky' realm. 
Except for an even longer experience in the wacky realm. When we reappeared in 
the same world, we ran to the right. Erik and I got on the part of the floor 
that didn't match in color, while Olaf went to the button and pressed it.
Erik 
and I both were quite startled as the floor began moving downwards with us on 
it! As we started to go downwards, Olaf dropped down and joined us on the moving

platform. But only for a moment, because as soon as a passage opened up to the 
left, he floated over to the left, and then to the right, avoiding spikes along 
the way, and made his way to the bottom where a button happened to be. Olaf hit 
the button not a moment too soon, as Erik and I passed through where the 
'electric field' had been just a second before. As we kept going down,
Olaf 
joined us on the moving platform. 
The platform kept going down, seeming out of control! I shot a bullseye set into

the left wall. This opened the way for Erik to hop to the right and fetch the 
yellow key. Once he had the key, he didn't rejoin us immediately, but
instead 
dropped down a shaft to the right, landed on the spring, and leapt to the lock 
on the left where he used his key immediately. He rejoined us as we passed the 
level he was on, and then on the way down I shot the last bullseye on the right 
wall and that took care of the last obstacle before we got to the exit. Now I 
know why my uncle Borlath came back from his early adventures with 
'post-traumatic wacky disorder'! 
Level 34 - TFFF 
Dear Diary, 
Oh, at last! We had at last left behind that forsaken realm of
'wackiness' and 
gone into the ship that had started this whole mess. Olaf began by floating down

the very first opening in the floor that was to the right, and drifted down to 
the transportation portal below, and picked up a bomb. He appeared over a long 
shaft leading down, and drifted to the bottom where he found another 
transportation portal at the bottom. He made sure to drop the bomb on the 
'computer' that was below the 'electric field'. Once the
field was gone he 
continued drifting down to the bottom of the shaft, past where the elctric field

was and found a blue key, and used the transportation portal that was down 
there. Olaf appeared right next to us, and though we were glad he'd found 
something useful, nothing we said would break him out of his melancholy over not

having any food. 
Now that we had the blue key we used it to make a bridge cover the gap in the 
floor. Olaf and I both ran to the lifting platform to our right, and took it 
down with Olaf blocking anything that came upon us from the left. At the bottom,

I shot the foolish creature to the left, then ran to the right through a secret 
passage. Meanwhile, Olaf took the lifting platform back to the top, then dropped

down the opening in the floor that was to the right. He continued going down to 
the very bottom, then went to go stand by some blocks that were to the right. 
At that point Erik seemed to be getting impatient, as he ran across to the 
right, jumped over the gap in the floor Olaf had taken and leaped up to the 
ledge furthest to the right. Using the spring-boards there, Erik leaped all the 
way across the chasm to the other side. Once there, he snatched the bomb and 
droppedinto the shaft, grabbing onto the ladder just to the right. He climbed 
down to the bottom of the ladder and waited there. 
From my vantage point, I shot to the right through the opening in the walls and 
hit the button right next to the key where Erik was.* Now that the
'electric 
field' was turned off, Erik dropped down and grabbed the key that was
beneath 
him. He climbed back up the ladder, hopped over to the opening at the left, and 
used the floating platforms to get to the other side, where he used the yellow 
key he'd found. The door blocking Erik slid open, and he ran through at top

speed to set a bomb on the other side of the block where Olaf was waiting. Once 
all the blocks were blown up, Erik decided to drop down the second shaft that 
was to the right of Olaf's position. At the bottom, he hit the button that
was 
down there and bounced off the spring board, and used the transportation portal 
just to the right. 
Now that his way was clear, Olaf carefully floated down the first shaft to his 
right, making sure not to touch the 'electric field' at the bottom,
and 
continued left. The passge to his left was another one of those strange passages

where things did not go down as normal, but up; this didn' t hinder Olaf
who 
simply floated left across the passage making sure not to touch any of the 
'electric fields' along the way. To the left the passage opened into a
vertical 
shaft which he dropped through. As he floated down there was plenty of food to 
satisfy his endless hunger, but in a rare display of self-discipline, he did not

take so much food that he did not have enough room to grab the red key that was 
there. At the bottom he walked through the transportation portal. 
Erik at this time jumped up in the small chamber he had appeared in, grabbed the

bomb and discovered a secret passage to the upper right which he took. He 
continued to the right until he reached another transportation portal. The last 
set of transportation portals we had each taken had re-united us, and after 
quickly discussing what to do next, it was decided that I would take the lifting

platform to the left, shoot any bullseyes that I might see along the way, and 
stop at the ledge that was to the right. Erik raced to the right and stepped 
onto the first lifting platform that appeared on the left, then hopped to the 
lifting platform just to the right to avoid the 'electric field';
jumped back to 
the one to the left, then hopped down to the lifting platform to the right again

to avoid another 'electric field'; and, once the way looked to be
clear, he 
dropped to the ledge to the left and waited there a moment. After catching his 
breath, he dropped a bomb, and jumped to the right. After the wall was knocked 
out of the way, I was able to shoot through the wall and shoot the button all 
the way to the right, where Erik was standing.* He took the portal to the right 
which materialized him back down at the level he had come from. 
At this point I went down the lifting platform and rejoined my two brothers who 
were there waiting. Standing up on Olaf's shield, Erik jumped into what he 
called the 'anti-gravity field' and floated all the way up to the
chamber where 
a blue key was hidden. He then leaped back into the 'anti-gravity
field', and 
strained as hard as he could to go back down to where we were.Using the lifting 
platforms we all crossed to the right where two red and blue locks were, used 
our keys. We each used the spring-board to the right to get up to the level 
above where the exit was at, and proceeded out of this area. 
* To do this, have Baleog shoot his arrow and immediately switch to Erik. The 
arrow will stay on the screen while the game pans to Erik, and the arrow will 
hit its target. 
Level 35 - FRGT 
Dear Diary, 
This must be quite a large ship, because after all of our experiences here, we 
still have a lot more to explore. Using the portal to our immediate left, we all

transported to a passage way with an 'electric field', and a large
rotating 
mechanism with nasty looking spikes protruding out of it. I shot my bow at the 
wall the way to the left and just past the 'electric field' to hit a
button over 
there. Fortunately, the 'electric field' shut down and the grinder on
the floor 
stopped. The three of us proceeded left to the edge of a shaft that was there, 
and we all took it down, making sure to pick some bombs along the way. Making 
sure not touch any of the 'electric fields' Erik made his way to the
right, and 
set a bomb on the blocks set into the floor. Next came Olaf and I, and we 
dropped through the hole created in the floor, with Olaf in the lead to block 
anything that might be there. I slew a denizen of this ship, then we all used 
the portal at the left of this little chamber. 
Appearing in a new part of this ship, Erik leaped up to the portal on the upper 
left, while Olaf raised his shield and floated down to the small ledge just 
below the the second portal from the top. I jumped over and landed on
Olaf's 
shield, and then shot at the button that was to the right of this large shaft. 
Once the 'electric field' at the bottom was turned off, Erik used the
teleporter 
to his left, while I used the one that was to my left. Olaf simply floated down 
to a pair of spring-boards which he used to grab a red key. Using another 
spring-board to the right, he floated safely to the floor on the right where he 
pushed the button and stepped into the portal that was there. 
After taking a moment to get his bearing straight, Erik jumped over an opening 
in the floor that was to the left, and along the way dropped a bomb onto the 
stone blocks below. At that point he stepped into the portal to his left and 
reappeared somewhere else. He leaped onto the top of the transportation portal 
next to him, and used the added height to snatch the bomb above, then he used 
all his might to force himself down the 'anti-gravity field' and
stepped a 
chamber just to the right when he hit the bottom. He set the bomb next to the 
'computer'. After the 'computer' was destroyed, he went back
up the 
'anti-gravity field' and now was free to proceed to the right. He
jumped to the 
right and forced his way down the 'anti-gravity field' and floated
through the 
chamber that was at the bottom and to the left. Dodging fireballs all the way 
through, brave little Erik continued moving left till he got to another 
anti-gravity field' that floated him upward to another chamber above that
just 
happened to have a yellow key. He floated into this chamber avoiding both 
fireballs and 'electric fields' till he got the key and made it to the

'antigravity field' on the other side. Floating upwards he came upon
another 
chamber with 'electric fields' and fireballs raining down. After
getting to the 
other side of this chamber he proceeded upwards until he got to a third and 
final such chamber with a portal at its right end. After making it to the 
portal, he stepped in. 
When I reappeared it seemed apparent that there was only one thing for me to do.

I immediately dropped into the shaft to my left and bounced off of the spring at

the bottom into a large chamber with spring-boards and switches placed into the 
ceiling. I flipped the switches so that the left one was down, the middle one up

and the right one up as well. Then I bounced into the portal and disappeared. 
Reappearing elsewhere, I ran to the right and climbed down the ladder there. At 
the bottom I took the floating platform and shot the bullseye to my left. Having

done so, I leaped to the ledge at my left and climbed down the ladder that was 
there. It seemed the hallway was occupied, so I dropped down slightly into the 
chamber, shot my bow at the creature there, then quickly ran back up. In this 
way I continued until the creature in the hallway was dead and decaying. I took 
the passage right and ran down the ladder that was there. Running into a monster

in the level I killed in exactly the same way as the one before. I ran to the 
left climbed down the ladder that was there, and ran to the right, picking up 
the key along the way, and stepped into the portal. 
Appearing next to my brothers, we quickly decided how to get to the exit now 
that we had the yellow key. Olaf stood under the button, raised his shield, and 
Erik atop the shield then leaped up to the button and pushed it. This turned off

the 'electric field' so that all three of us could proceed to the
right and 
exit. 
Level 36 - 4RN4 
Dear Diary, 
Appearing in a new part of the ship and being taunted once again by Tomator, 
Erik was the first to move. He ran to the right, and took the first 
'anti-gravity field' upwards. He hopped into the first chamber on the
left, 
dodged a scorpion that was there and grabbed the yellow key inside. He then 
immediately jumped back out again and rejoined us. Olaf took off to the 
'anti-gravity field' to the right, floating upwards to the top
passage-way on 
the left, and set up his shield. I followed after him, and shot the scorpion 
that was there. 
After using the yellow key to turn off the 'electric field', Erik
jumped into 
the room and grabbed the red key. Next Erik leaped over to the middle of the 
three ledges that were to the right, and waited there. Then Olaf and I floated 
over to the top level on the right, with Olaf setting his shield into place. 
Erik then used his red key opening the wall in front of Olaf and I; the scorpion

on the other side never knew what hit him. Erik immediately came over to the 
ledge we were on and grabbed the blue key, jumped down to the bottom floor and 
took off to the right. 
Using the spring-board at the bottom, he jumped straight up into the ladder set 
into the ceiling, and used the blue key. Once the 'electric field' was
turned 
off, he raced over to the middle ledge where a scorpion looked on him 
menacingly, grabbed the yellow key and got out of there as fast as he could. 
With the final key he needed in hand, he went up to the top ledge, and used the 
key to open the wall blocking the exit. Using assorted 'anti-gravity
fields' and 
spring-boards, Olaf and I made our way to the exit and we left the area. 
Or so we thought, for whatever devilish fiend created this ship did so with the 
sole intention of tormenting well-intentioned adventurers, and I'm sure
that 
some day the fates will wreak a just punishment on the scoundrel. Anyway, Olaf 
took the 'anti-gravity' field to the chamber at the top left, grabbed
the blue 
key, then floated to the top ledge to the right. After a second or two I joined 
him up there. Olaf used his key to open the door, and block any attacks coming 
our way while I slew the metal creature with my bow. The two of us made our way 
over to the ladder in the center of the room, where Olaf climbed the ladder and 
set his shield over his head. I ran swiftly to the right to lure any other metal

creatures out of hiding. Almost immediately one come out to attack, and I ran 
back where Olaf was and took cover. As the creature passed by us, I shot it 
dead. 
At about this time that coward Erik came to join us, fetched the yellow key, and

handed it to Olaf. Olaf snatched the key out of his and, and Olaf and I went to 
a ledge at the right of this chamber where Olaf set his shield again. We used 
the key to open the door there, and I slew the metal monster as it came flying 
at us. Then Olaf leaped off the ledge, bounced off a spring-board in the room 
and continued to the right where he dropped down a shaft. At the bottom he used 
a spring-board to bounce into the left chamber where a red key awaited his pudgy

hands. He then used the spring-board to bounce over to the ledge on the left and

raised his shield over his head to prevent death from raining down upon him. I 
followed then, and joined Olaf in his predicament. When the fying creatures had 
passed by, I climbed atop Olaf, and took a couple of shots at the monsters 
passing by, then dropped back under cover of Olaf's shield. In this way I
was 
able to kill the flying monsters and made it safe for us to continue. Olaf ran 
to the left, ran down the ladder, and floated down to where the blue key was; 
all the while dodging the flying monsters assaults. He used the key to open the 
door blocking the exit, and after a few minutes, both Erik and myself were able 
to join him, and we all raced out what had better be a real exit... 
That does it! You know, diary, there used to be a time when a warrior could go 
out on an adventure and know he'd receive fair and honest treatment while 
fighting for his life! But no, his knew generation of evil tyrants simply have 
no respect for the customs and courtesy of their ancestors! Fueled by my fury, I

ran through the door to the right and killed the very first creature I saw and 
continued to the passageway on the right where I killed yet another. My rage (as

well as my supply of hapless victims) exhaused, I decided to stop. 
Erik then raced into the large chamber where I was waiting, climbed up the 
ladder on the left all the way to the top, and then made his way hopping from 
the bottom of one ladder to another, all the way to the right. He then grabbed 
the red key on the top right ledge, then made his way back in the very same 
fashion as before. 
Erik and Olaf then joined me, used the red key on the lock, and then Olaf 
proceeded to the right into the 'anti-gravity field'. He floated all
the way up, 
avoiding 'electric fields' along the way, until he got to the top
ledge on the 
left. In a matter of moments Erik and I both joined him up there. Then I used 
the bomb I had with me on the stone blocks to the left, and we all dropped down 
the opening. Erik jumped over the roller with the spikes, and then I shot at the

button that was to the left of Erik. Erik then went left into the chamber with 
the 'anti-gravity field' and grabbed the key. When Erik came back he
used the 
key on the lock, which stopped the first roller. The three of us then proceeded 
up the ladder and into the portal. 
We got transported into a tiny room that the three of us barely fit into. Then 
Erik jumped straight up and found a hidden ladder that brought him into a 
passageway, ran left (leaping over a monster that tried to rush him), then 
climbed down a secret ladder that was all the way to the left. He then rammed 
the wall to the right releasing Olaf and myself. I then proceeded directly to 
where the creature was hiding, and slew it. Erik joined me and climbed up the 
ladder in the room where I killed the creaure. He went all the way up and leaped

off the ladder and to the right to fetch the yellow key. Leaping back, he used 
the key on the lock and turned off the 'electric field'. Sparing no
further 
time, Olaf and I joined him up at the exit and we all attempted to leave this 
area of the ship for the third time! 
Level 37 - MSTR 
Dear Diary, 
Well at last we got to see our adversary, and he mocked me to my very face! 
Though, I tried as hard as I could, Olaf would not let me run over to
'Tomator' 
and smite him! So, while I struggled to get to him, Erik merely conversed with 
our adversary, as if reasoning with the fiend would do us any good. But I will 
simply have to bide my time until I meet with him again, and maybe in the 
meantime I will pick up one of those smart-bombs for a future... discussion. 
We were standing on a ledge with no obvious safe way down. Olaf was the first to

take action. He ran to the first drop on the right and floated down, avoiding 
'electric fields' along the way. He then floated up along the
'anti-gravity 
field' till he got to the ledge on the upper right. He then leaped off the 
ledge, to the right, floated down while picking up any bombs he could, and 
dodging some nasty light-beams being shot at him. He used the spring-boards at 
the bottom to bounce him up to the first ladder at the top, but he had to time 
it just right to avoid getting hit by the light-beams. He made his way along the

ladders, going right and avoiding Tomator's attacks, he picked up the bomb
that 
was near the ladder all the way to the right. He got on the ladder directly 
above Tomator and dropped three bombs on top of him. These bombs destroyed the 
floor underneath Tomator, and sent him plummeting to the bottom. Olaf took this 
opportunity to grab the key that Tomator was hiding, and used that key on the 
yellow lock near the portal, then hopped into the portal. Score: Vikings 1, 
Tomato-head 0. 
While this was happening, I took off to the left, and dropped down the shaft 
that was there; but, I made sure to grab the ladder to my right before perishing

from the fall. Visions of destroying Tomator were dancing inside my head. I 
climbed all the way down the ladder and moved into the 'anti-gravity
field', and 
from there onto the moving platform. I went across the room to the right where I

made sure to grab a quiver of those wondrous fire-arrows. From there I shot my 
new arrow at the button to turn off the 'anti-gravity field', then
dropped down 
to the right where I bounced off a spring-board, and moved to the spring that 
was in the center of this large chamber. Using ladders and spring-boards, I made

my way to the right till I stopped on a ladder that was directly underneath a 
switch. From there I dropped to the right onto a moving platform, which I then 
took upward to meet my mortal foe. I shot twice at Tomator, which seemed to stun

him for a moment. I took advantage of his temporary confusion to shoot at the 
two switches which were on my left. This action triggered the floor under 
Tomator feet, and I grinned in pleasure as Tomator plummeted yet again. Score 
one more for the vikings. 
I then shot at one of the switches, which brought back the floor, and fetched 
the blue key. I progressed back to the left as far as I could, and used the key 
on the blue lock, as I plummeted down the rest of the shaft. At the bottom of 
the shaft I bounced off a spring-board, pushed a button, and dropped into a 
portal, then transported out. Erik by this time decided he'd gone long
enough 
without doing something, so he closed his eyes and jumped down the shaft I had, 
and went into the same portal I did. 
The three of us united, Olaf raised his shield over his head and Erik climbed 
atop it, then jumped into the portal. He appeared just a few feet to the right, 
in a different passage-way. Erik ran to the right and leaped over Tomator's
head 
and landed on the floor. He made sure to stand under the arc of the bombs that 
Tomator was throwing out, and then jumped up onto the ladder while Tomator shot 
laser bolts at him. After Tomator shot the second laser bolt, Erik dropped off 
the ladder, lowered his head, and charged right into him. Four times Erik dodged

Tomator's attacks in this way and rammed him into the 'electric
fields'. By the 
fourth time, Erik's attacks weakened Tomator enough that he disappeared,
leaving 
behind a red key. Erik fetched the red key and used it to unlock the door 
holding back Olaf and myself. 
At his advice, I shot at the button that was several paces to the right of Erik.

This turned off the 'electric fields' holding us back, and the three
of us 
proceeded to the right to a chamber with a spring-board in the middle and a 
portal to the upper right. After reappearing, Olaf ran and fetched a bomb that 
was to the upper left, he then floated down through the 'anti-gravity
field'. 
Once at the bottom he moved to the right, through the 'anti-gravity
field', 
floated over Tomator's head and dropped a bomb on him. Olaf dropped down to
the 
floor then, and blocked any further attacks from Tomator. Then, Erik and I went 
down to join our brother in his efforts against Tomator. With Olaf blocking for 
us, I shot twice at Tomator to stun him, then Erik rammed him, pushing him back.

We followed the same pattern again and managed to push Tomator into the 
'anti-gravity field'. Perhaps we could leave now, as we seemed to have
Tomator 
on the run, but we wanted to rid the galaxy of this menace for once and for all!


Olaf went up first to press the attack and establish a shield, then Erik and I 
followed and took cover. We followed the same pattern again, of me stunning him 
with two shots of my bow and then Erik ramming him backwards, until we pushed 
him far enough back that Erik could reach the lever on the upper wall. Erik 
grinned once at Tomator, who did nothing but continue in his futile attack. Erik

then took a mighty jump up and pulled on the lever. With a great whooshing 
sound, Tomator was sucked up into the black void of space, gone forever. I for 
one would prefered to have chopped him into very tiny little pieces, but I 
learned a long time ago that life doesn't offer one everything he desires. 
TR33 (After BBLS) 
"Well," Erik said, leaning back and taking another gulp from his mug.
"You left 
out that whole area after those bubbles. I thought you of all people would 
remember that, Baleog." 
"Huh?" 
"Well," he continued, "I never saw you as happy as when you
climbed up that 
ladder and killed those two Elmos. Poor Elmo. By the time Baleog and I had 
caught up, you had seen that caveman down the ladder and were practically 
tripping over your own feet trying to get to him." 
"I did not trip over my own feet. Someone left a rock in my way. And
anyway, 
when I climbed up the ladder on the far right and killed the caveman up there so

you could get the red key, I don't remember you complaining." 
"Baleog, you wouldn't remember your name if it wasn't sewn on
your underwear. 
Anyway, it was all Baleog and I could do to run after you as you climbed up the 
ladder next to it and killed that Elmo. What did you have against those guys, 
anyway?" 
"He was in my way. There was another Elmo and a caveman above that I had to
get 
to. Anyway, I waited for you up at the top!" Baleog slumped in his chair, 
pouting. 
"Only because you couldn't get past that door to the left, Mr.
Considerate. So, 
tell me, how come the mighty Viking warrior never learned how to jump?" 
"I have to leave something for you to do, Erik." 
"Well thanks, brother. I can't tell you how happy I am that you let me
jump onto 
that ledge with the snail. It was all I could do to climb up the ladder and jump

to get that smart bomb!" Erik leaned back and smiled. "But, by Thor,
it was 
beautiful when I climbed halfway down the ladder and got both of those snails 
and the Elmo with it. Truly a beautiful sight." 
Olaf buried his hands in his face and made a small whimpering sigh. "Have
you 
been taking lessons from Baleog now? Am I the last sane one here?" 
"Anyway," Erik continued, glaring at Baleog, "I climbed back up
the ladder and 
jumped to the left to get that yellow key. Then back down to join you so I could

unlock that door for you." 
"I remember that door!" Olaf said, pounding the table. "There was
a big steak 
behind it!" 
Erik sighed. "Very good Olaf. We're all proud of you. But you
didn't have to 
grab the steak and then run screaming past us shouting that you had found
Odin's 
personal treasure and that you had to plunder the rest of it before Odin found 
out we were there." 
"Good thing I was there to chase after him." Baleog did his best to
look fierce. 
"We climbed up the ladder on the other side of the door, ran to the right, 
climbed up the second ladder we found that way and fell off a ledge to the 
right. I think we could have run all the way to Valhalla if we hadn't run
into 
that snail. Of course, he was no challenge for a mighty warrior such as
myself." 

Erik rolled his eyes. "Stuff it, Baleog." 
"And then, when we fell off the ledge to the right, there was another one
of 
those Elmo creatures. Possibly it might have been a challenge for a lesser 
Viking, but for me..." 
"It was nearly impossible," Erik interrupted. 
Baleog snorted. "And then I bravely leaped off of that ledge and fought a
fierce 
battle with another Elmo. Which, may I add, would have killed you if you had 
tried to unlock that door before I dispatched it. And even after you unlocked 
the door, I had to kill one more that was on the other side of the drawbridge 
that the key lowered." 
"Well," sighed Erik. "At least the exit was just to the right of
that. I didn't 
know if I could have dealt with much more of your posing." 
Baleog silently glared at him. 
"Yes? Was there something you wanted to say?" 
Olaf looked up. "Yeah. I need some more turkey." 
SNDS (After JMNN) 
"Do you ever stop eating, Olaf? Ever? Is there ever a single moment that
you 
don't think about food?" Baleog's face was turning different
shades of purple. 
"Not if I can help it. Why do you always have to think about
fighting?" 
"What? If it wasn't for me you wouldn't be here today!" 
Erik snorted and took another swig from his mug. "I doubt that." 
"Well remember that temple in the desert? Right off I killed one of those 
tut-guys that came jumping at us all! And then I went down into that
temple..." 
"And I followed, remember?" Olaf chimed in. 
"Yeah, but at the bottom, all you did was block the fireballs on the left
side. 
I had to engage another one of those tut-guys in single combat! And after I 
dispatched him, I was the one to go and collect that yellow key!" 
"Yes I know. And then the mighty Viking climbed up the ladders and into the
sun. 
And ever-so-bravely used the key to lower the drawbridge. I tremble in awe of 
you. You are truly my hero, Baleog." Olaf struck a pose of admiration, then

turned and looked at Baleog. "Thor's whiskers, don't you ever get
sick of 
bragging?" 
"And do you think you could have taken out those two scorpions on the hill
to 
the right with your oh-so-manly physique? Or maybe slay them with your inhuman 
appetite? Or the tut-guy and the scorpion on the other side of the hill? Were 
you the one to bravely climb down the ladder there and kill the two tuts at the 
bottom?" 
"Yeah, but who was it that went down the ladder to the left of there and
blocked 
the fireballs so that you could go and get your precious little fire arrow? And 
then after you pushed that block into the pit, who was it that ran to the right 
and blocked the other fireballs coming from that direction?" 
Erik stood up. "I think we're forgetting where the true leadership in
this 
little group is, my brothers. After all, who was it that then came and got both 
the red and blue keys so that we could escape from the underground tomb? I 
believe that after I got those keys, your only other contribution to our 
expedition was to kill the tut-guy up the ladder. After that, it was I that 
unlocked the red door, it was I that climbed up the ladder and to the right, and

it was I that jumped over the quicksand and used the blue key to make a bridge 
over that very same quicksand so that you two could follow me to the exit. Need 
I say more?" 
Baleog looked at Olaf, then Erik, then looked back at Olaf. "Should
we?" 
Olaf nodded. "I think so." 
They both got up and each one grabbed one of Erik's arms and lifted him
into the 
air. "We demand apologies, Erik." Baleog announced. 
"And ham. I'm hungry for ham." 
Erik looked weakly around. "Waitress..." 
TMPL (After SNDS) 
Baleog kicked the table in frustration. "Okay, Olaf. Let the poor baby
down." 
Olaf peered around the room. "I don't see any babies. Just me and you
and Erik. 
Where's the baby, Baleog?" 
"Erik is the baby." 
"You sure about that? He's not wearing diapers and he's not
crying." 
"He cried plenty back at that temple in the desert, remember?" 
Erik looked up. "Uh, guys," he said weakly, "can you have this
discussion later? 
My arms are getting a bit sore up here..." 
Baleog ignored him. "He was still crying about how hot it was, and how he
was 
getting sunburned, when I had already gone to the right and killed one of those 
tut-guys. And after that, who do you think it was that went down the ladder? Me.

Not Mr. Whiney over there, but me. And good thing too, because at the bottom I 
had to kill another one of those tut guys. Then I went to the right and passed a

small button. It didn't seem hostile so I didn't bother killing it. I
grabbed 
the fire arrow that was there, and used it to kill two mummies that were just 
ahead of me. Further to the right was another ladder, and I climbed it and 
killed another mummy and another tut-guy. All at the same time that our dear 
brother was complaining about sand in his shoes." 
Erik struggled a bit more. "But those were expensive running shoes!" 
Olaf smiled. "Yeah, I remember that! And then I went down that ladder and 
climbed those steps!" He looked a little sheepish. "But I didn't
know what to do 
then so I just stood on top of the steps with my shield raised for some
shade." 
Baleog sighed. "Olaf, we were underground. There's no sun
underground." 
"Oh. So that was why it didn't get any cooler." 
"Hey, I didn't just stand there," Erik protested. "I
followed you guys, ran 
right past Olaf and pushed that button. Boy was I surprised, though, when a 
piece of wall fell on Olaf's shield! But it was a good thing that it did, 
because I don't think I could have gotten that blue key if I hadn't
been able to 
jump on that wall where it was stuck halfway down like that!" 
"Right," Baleog said gruffly. "And after we had done that, and
had all gone back 
up the ladder, who do you think it was that jumped off of the building to the 
right and killed that tut-guy?" 
"Yeah, but who was it that jumped across the quicksand and pushed the
button 
that made the bridge across the quicksand so that you two could follow? Huh Mr. 
Viking Warrior?" 
"And who had to kill the two tut-guys behind the door after you unlocked
it? I 
don't think you could kill anyone with your feet, Erik. Unless you took off
your 
shoes and made someone smell 'em. And anyway, I was the one who led the way
down 
the ladder. I had to dodge one fireball, then jump off the ladder to the right 
so that I wouldn't land on the spikes!" 
"But we came after you," Olaf interrupted. "And I was the one who
crossed that 
floating platform first, you know, the one that was going in a circle. And then 
I jumped off the ledge to the right, landed on that ladder that was hanging from

the ceiling, fell off to the right again, and then went all the way to the right

to block those fireballs." 
"Yes, I know, Olaf. And then I came while Erik sat and suntanned himself.
And I 
was the one who killed that mummy waiting for us at the top. By the time you two

came up, it was entirely safe. Not exactly what I would expect from Odin's 
chosen people." 
"I don't think you could have killed the mummy to the right if I
hadn't gone 
first and blocked the fireballs. Give me some credit." 
"Okay," admitted Baleog. "But I didn't need any help after
that, when I climbed 
up the ladder and killed the two mummies on the second level, or after that when

I climbed the ladder to the right and shot both of the mummies up there." 
"But who got the key, huh? I didn't see you swatting away fireballs
with your 
sword. It was me and my shield that got that key. And then I was the first one 
up the ladder on the right, blocking the fireballs coming from the right up 
there so you two could pass me and jump down to the left. And then it was me 
that came and opened up that wall using my key." 
"Yeah, but I was the first one after that, Olaf. Good thing too, because
there 
were two more of those tut-guys up there at the top! And after I killed them, we

all could exit from there. But I'll give you credit Olaf. I couldn't
have done 
it without you." 
Olaf smiled. "And I couldn't have done it without you either, Baleog.
What do 
you say, Erik?" 
"How about, 'please let me down?'" 
RVTS (After JNKR) 
Olaf and Baleog eased their brother down onto the ground. He rubbed his arms for

a minute, wincing painfully. 
" You know, Olaf, " Erik began to say rather snidely, " I think
you might have 
gotten addicted to that floating gas we found in that 'wacky
realm'." 
" No, its just that I couldn't think of a better way to get
aroun' some o' the 
puzzles we kept runnin' into! And besides, you were the one who
wouldn't stop 
playin' aroun' with those stupid seesaws!", Olaf defended. 
"Oh yeah? Then how come I kept seeing you sucking up some of that gas when
there 
wasn't any particular reason to do so? Besides, if you recall, for
instance, 
that one realm where all those machines were. If it wasn't for my
application of 
the seesaw, Baleog would never have been able to get over to the spring-boards, 
and shot that stupid button that turned off the electric fields," I
explained 
with infinite patience. " I then continued by myself, climbing up a pole
and 
following the tunnel until it led me to a long, moving floor that had sharp 
knives dropping down from the ceiling. I took a running leap up and changed 
directions in mid-air so that I landed on that stupid level- it was a pretty 
tricky move, I bet none of you turkeys could have done it. Anyway, it was 
child's play to simply grab the key and race through all those knives
popping 
through the ceiling. But it gets better! I then had to cross a large chamber 
full of those 'electric fields'! I had to leap from one extremely
small ledge to 
another, and then try to push a button that was half-way to the ceiling. All 
that you old ladies had to do was get to the spring-boards past some falling 
hammers. And I didn't stop there either! After that, I had to make a
tremendous 
leap over to the steel bar hanging from the ceiling. From there I hopped over to

the control box, and moved the same steel bar over to your side so that the two 
of you could gingerly step onto it! " 
"Erik!! If you were not my brother, I would shove my foot so far down your 
throat you would not be able to sit down without leaving a boot-print in your 
chair!! All your jumping is good for is running away from your enemies! You 
weren't there to witness Olaf and I use that spring board to get into the
tunnel 
where that machine-monster was. Olaf stayed there and blocked the monster while 
I went up through the adjacent tunnel and found a fire-arrow, which I used to 
send that monster back to his maker. The two of us then went through the tunnel 
to the place where I found that arrow, and did the same to another one of those 
metal fools. We found a chamber to the right of where we killed that last 
machine-man, and used the spring-board in the spike pit to get to the other side

to where the seesaw was at. And, for all the speed you like to brag about, it 
took you long enough to get to where we were. besides, all you did on that 
seesaw was provide enough lift to get me up to the moving platform so that I 
could shoot the button that turned off the 'electric field'. And even
though you 
provided Olaf a lift like you did for me to get him onto the floating platform, 
when we were all at the red lock it was up to me to slay that spinning monster 
and open the way for the exit! So admit it, if it was not for me, all of you 
would have gotten nowhere real fast! 
Erik and Baleog stared at each other like monoliths, with neither defending 
their position in the arguement, nor attacking the other's. Finally Olaf
broke 
the silence, "You know I just realized somethin', each o' you
thinks you're 
better than the other at solvin' puzzles or dealin' with monsters and
what not; 
but, when it comes to bringin' me some food so's I don't starve
to death, 
neither of you guys are worth nothin'!" 
PDDY (After WRLR) 
After the tension had finally lessened, and more ale had been served, Baleog 
finally grumbled, "Well, maybe we all have our own unique talents, but
I'm not 
eager to split any hairs when it came to getting out of that whole realm of 
'wackiness'. I certainly remember that one time when we were in one
spot where 
Olaf had inhaled enough gas to kill a horse and had managed to float all the way

up to the ledge directly below a red lock, got the key that was a little further

up by floating to it, then dropped down and put the key in the lock. This must 
have turned on the moving platform, such that-" 
"Hey!", Olaf interjected, " that's my story! If anyone
should talk about what I 
did it should be me. 
"Alright then Olaf, go ahead." 
"Right, well uh, then I sorta used the floatin' gas an' uh, sorta
float'd up to 
the left to get the blue key that was further up. I had to be careful though, 
cause If I got trapped by the movin' platform, those spikes would o'
stuck me 
real good." 
"And then all that hot air would rushed right out of you.", Erik put
in snidely. 

"Abs'lutely, it would o'...hey wait a second! Hey, shut up,
Erik!!" 
"Well," Baleog picked up, "when you floated back down to us, we
all had to float 
across a spike-pit to the right and then up to a spring that bounced us up to 
the ledge that was there. I remember that I had to jump to the moving platform 
and shoot the fire-nozzles to turn them off. Then after the two of you joined me

at the ledge to the right, Erik climbed on your shield, Olaf, and he managed to 
grab the yellow key. Then the three of us were able to step into the transporter

and-" 
"Yeah, yeah", Olaf interrupted, "that was when I took all that
gas again, 
float'd up to the ledge on the right, and I started blockin' to the
left with my 
shield. Then, uh, you guys floated up there and we used the yellow key.to open 
the way. And what's more, while you guys went on to the right to get to the

exit, it was up to me to block anymore o' those things from hittin'
any o' you 
guys. I didn't even get to go to the exit till you two were safe an'
comf'table. 
So, at least at that point, if it wasn't for me none o' you guys would
o' made 
it out o' there!" 
"Alright, Olaf", Erik conceded snidely, "we'll admit it,
when it comes to a 
wacky realm, or any kind of wackiness in general, we have to rely entirely upon 
you!" 
"Thank you.", Olaf responded, then tossed back his tankard and
finished an 
entire drink in one swallow. 
 


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