Wizard’s Choice Walkthrough: Volume 5



Revision (8/24/13): Give a big hand to Barry Kingham for spotting a few gaps in this walkthrough, you the man now dawg!


Yay! A cure for vampirism is possible, but in order to get it the wizard and Narissa must confront the dragon Svellack. So if you ever read the Hobbit you know that’s not an easy thing. Let’s begin.




  • Climb
  • Continue as you are
  • Get close and then pounce
  • Swim the river
  • Strip
  • Handle it alone
  • Bleed
  • Dig a den
  • Fly in
  • Flight over the wall
  • Just go for the wall
  • Illusion disguises
  • Old couple
  • Send her away
  • Leave with cloaks
  • Jump the wall
  • Lightning bolt
  • Feed on him
  • Head into rougher terrain
  • Explore the cave
  • Charm it
  • Disguise
  • Use an Illusion
  • A Dragon
  • Fire Bolt
  • Kill the crowned goblin
  • Do not feed
  • Use goblins as a decoy
  • Narissa drop you /Drop
  • Offer your service
  • Leave them
  • Explore the rest of the castle
  • Try to find another way into tower
  • Learn more
  • Do not use spell
  • 18
  • Just Leave
  • Jump to window to flee
  • Drop into rabbit courtyard
  • Feather Fall
  • Kill him
  • Drain him
  • Speak to him
  • Ambush on the hill
  • Delay
  • Lightning bolt
  • Lightning bolt
  • Left



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  4. Thanks for the awesome guide.. In this chapter you should get more info from the maiden in the tower before you leave though and answer her question with “18” so you get more story.. And when in the window you have the choice to jump the wall or down to rabbits (choose rabbits-featherfall) and if i remember right holding rabbits hostage (funny thing to hold hostage against a dragon haha) happens anyway.. Then you rest the night before going after the idiot knight and his squire.

    • Thanks man, Wizard’s Choice is a great game but it can require a lot of trial and error. That’s why I did the walkthroughs, to complete the stories and to experiment with the other choices afterwards. Although doing these things one after another, you tend to miss things. Thanks for letting me know of the slip ups, I’ll edit it now.

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