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Gauntlet Dark Legacy FAQ
By OrochiJin- Tim Garza
[email protected]
May 9, 2001 V0.2

Disclaimer: Please do not post this FAQ without my permission. If you 
decide to use this FAQ it cannot be changed in any way. This FAQ is 
copyright 2001 Tim Garza AKA OrochiJin. There will be no permissions to 
post this FAQ aside from those listed at the end. Please e-mail for 
permission first.

Gauntlet Dark Legacy is Copyright Midway Games

Version 0.2 May 9, 2001
Added Mountain, Castle, and Sky walkthroughs. Please note, if a stage 
doesn't have a Runestone, Legend Item, or Secret Character, I'm just 
going to pass over them for now. I want to get the locations of the 
important items up first, then I'll go back and fill in items about the 
other levels. Yes I fixed a few glaring errors that a lot of people 
pointed out to me (thanks BTW). That's what I get for writing notes wile 
playing multiplayer at 3AM in the morning ^_^. Otherwise, a lot of info 
added. I need to do the Castle and Sky Runestone notes again since I 
lost them.

Version 0.1 May 7, 2001 – Start of FAQ
Well this will be my second FAQ ever. Could be the start of a career 
here. Nah. After a full weekend of multiplayer and notetaking I'm ready 
to start. Forbidden Province walkthrough is up. Next is the mountain 
realm. I'm working on it ^_^

Table of Contents:
1. Overview
2. Let's Get Started! (Game Start and Character Selection)
3. Controls
4. How to attack
5. The items you seek
6. Level Walkthroughs
   - Start
   - Forsaken Province
   - Mountain
   - Castle
   - Sky
   - Forest
7. The Enemies/Traps
8. Items
9. Frequently Asked Questions
10. To Do List
11. Credits/Thanks

1. Overview
Welcome to the world of Gauntlet Dark Legacy. As a hero from one of the 
eight realms, you have been chosen by the wizard Sumner to locate the 
13 runestones needed to seal the evil demon Skorne back up again. Garm, 
an evil wizard tried to control Skorne using only 12 of the 13 
necessary runestones, and instead Skorne took over! Garm is now 
missing, and may be dead. Along the way to defeating Skorne, you'll 
face 8 menacing bosses and a horde of enemies all to stop you. 

After looking in the FAQ's for the arcade version, I've noticed the 
location of the items and runestones are not in the same place as the 
arcade. Interesting to say the least. Also in order to open up new 
worlds to play, you must locate crystals and golden items to allow you 
to continue on. All this will be covered though.

2. Let's Get Started! (Game Start and Character selection and stats)
At the main screen you're presented with either Start or Options. 
There's the standard options but the two you will want to pay attention 
to are :

Difficulty : Easy, Normal or Hard. Affects # of enemies and such
Multiplayer : Normal : Means it's all nice and peaceful. 
              Stun   : Your shots stun other players.
              Hurt   : Your shots HURT other players. 

Once done, go back and hit start. You'll be given a chance to enter in 
a name (or secret code). This name will work for all your characters 
(except secret ones, you're stuck with the secret code as a name and 
you can only play the character the code gives). Next, there are 8 
initially selectable characters at start with 8 hidden characters to be 

Please note, at the end of a stage, you can switch characters, but in 
doing so, you will only have unlocked what that character does. Using a 
lvl37 Knight who has made it to the Sky stages, then switching to a new 
warrior does not give him access to the Sky stages. He will start from 
the beginning. The same does not apply in multiplayer, if the Lvl37 
knight is still in the game, and another player uses a new warrior, the 
warrior can go to the sky stage. BUT the warrior doesn't get credit for 
any runestones the knight may have. He will get credit for any they 
find while he is in the game.

The characters are as follows:

The Warrior hails from the Mountain region, and looks to slay the 
Dragon so that peace may return to his realm. He's is one of the two 
strongest starting characters, and even has better speed than the 
Knight and Valkyrie! His magic as you may guess is the worst.

Beginning Statistics 
Strength – 600
Speed    – 350
Armor    - 300 
Magic    - 100

Special Magic Abilities
Lvl 25: Turn Junk to Silver
Lvl 50: Turn Junk to Gold
Short and stocky, but fun to play. The Dwarf is from the Ice Kingdom.
The other of the strong starting characters, with good speed and horrid 
magic abilities. Note that he has stronger starting armor than the 

Beginning Statistics 
Strength – 600
Speed    – 300
Armor    - 350 
Magic    - 100

Special Magic Abilities
Lvl 25: Turn Junk to Silver
Lvl 50: Turn Junk to Gold
The Valkyrie is a good beginning character to use. She's not really 
weak in any area, and a high armor rating allows her to take damage 
well. Her home is the Castle Stronghold.

Beginning Statistics 
Strength – 300
Speed    – 300
Armor    - 450 
Magic    - 300

Special Magic Abilities
Lvl 25: Freeze Traps for 10 seconds
Lvl 50: Destroy Traps
The Knight is a good character as well to start. He adds a bit of 
strength, but loses that amount in magic power. He makes his home
in the Sky Realm.

Beginning Statistics 
Strength – 350
Speed    – 300
Armor    - 450 
Magic    - 250

Special Magic Abilities
Lvl 25: Freeze Traps for 10 seconds
Lvl 50: Destroy Traps
This is the person you let pick up potions during the adventure. 
Capable of screen clearing magic spells, he needs to be in the back of 
the team (one look at that armor rating tells you why). He lives in the 

Beginning Statistics 
Strength – 250
Speed    – 350
Armor    - 150 
Magic    - 600

Special Magic Abilities
Lvl 25: Change poison fruit to good fruit.
Lvl 50: Change poison meat to good meat.
She gains more speed than the wizard, but the strength is even weaker. 
She calls the Forbidden Province home.

Beginning Statistics 
Strength – 200
Speed    – 400
Armor    - 150 
Magic    - 600

Special Magic Abilities
Lvl 25: Change poison fruit to good fruit.
Lvl 50: Change poison meat to good meat.
The fastest of the starting characters, her weaknesses are in strength 
and speed. But you're not looking to go toe to toe with this one 
anyway. The Archer and her clan live in the Forest.

Beginning Statistics 
Strength – 250
Speed    – 600
Armor    - 200 
Magic    - 300

Special Magic Abilities
Lvl 25: Show hidden walls.
Lvl 50: Destroy hidden walls.
Quite a character, he is. Better magic than the archer, but even worse 
strength. His home is the Dream World.

Beginning Statistics 
Strength – 200
Speed    – 600
Armor    - 200 
Magic    - 350

Special Magic Abilities
Lvl 25: Show hidden walls.
Lvl 50: Destroy hidden walls.
Additionally there are 8 hidden characters to get in the game. To do 
so, you must find the hidden secret levels in the game and collect all 
the coins before time runs out in the level. Their starting stats are 
the same as another character EXCEPT they have different Turbo attacks. 
See the chart to match them up to their alter ego. They are as follows 
(see walkthrough for locations)

Name        Location          World               Alter Ego
Medusa    – Ghost Town        Forsaken Province   Sorceress
Minotaur  – Dagger Peak       Mountain            Warrior
Falconess – Tower Armory      Castle              Valkyrie
Unicorn   - Toxic Spire       Sky                 Knight
Tigress   - Ancient Tree      Forest              Archer
Jackal    -                   Ice                 Wizard
Ogre      -                   Desert              Dwarf
Hyena     -                   Dream               Jester

3. Controls
While there are multiple control schemes, we'll list the default here.

D-Pad or Analog – Move
X button        - Weak attack
[] button       - Strong attack
circle          - magic
triangle        - turbo attack
L1              - Charge (defense while moving)
L2              - Team attack (when near another character)
R1              - Strafe
R2              - Block

Start (during battle) – Settings
                        End Level
Start (in tower)      - Settings 
                        Manage Character (Go to Save/Load/Change menu)
                        Inventory (Lists crystals, shards, weapons)
                        End Game

4. How to attack
There are 4 basic attack types. Melee, missile, magic, and turbo.

Your basic hand to hand combat, or is it? You can now perform combos 
and they help! Try these button combos out, and for an example, this is 
what the Knight does.

XXX   – basic mace swings
X[]   – mace swing, then hunches over with spikes sticking out
XX[]  – mace swings, then a full circle swing
XX[][]- mace swings, full circle, then a uppercut to finish

Each character has their own versions. Try them out!

Missile attacks
The standard Gauntlet attacks. You'll throw you're sword/fireball/bombs 
from a distance. New to this though:

X button – A fast weak attack
[]button – A slower, but more powerful attack. There is a 1-2 lag 
           startup on these attacks

Magic attacks
You now have 3 different ways to use magic.

Tap the circle button causes you to drop the potion. It's area of 
effect and damage is dependant on your magic stat.

Holding the circle button causes you to throw it like a grenade. Same 
rules as above apply.

Double tapping the circle button creates a shield around you. Time is 
determined by stats.

There are different types of magic – Red, Green, Yellow, and Blue
Red – Fire based
Blue – Lightning based
Green – Poison based
Yellow – Light based

Of course, magic is the only way to kill Death, and if Death is hiding 
in a treasure chest (use x-ray glasses to see) you can use a potion to 
change him into food!

Turbo Attacks
There are two levels, noted by looking at the meter above your level of 
experience. If it is full yellow and filling up red, that is one type 
of attack. If it fills up red, and is flashing, that is the other 
level. Using the knight as the example again:

Yellow to Red – Ball and Chain – Circular attack around Knight
Flashing full – Wheel of Death – Ball and Chain followed with a 
                                 straight line wheeling attack.

For one level of turbo, you may combo attack. This is done by running up 
to a teammate and pressing L2. An example is the knight's Dive Bomber. 
He picks up the other character and sends them flying around in 
a circle of death.

5. The Items you seek
There are some new additions to the home version for what you need to 
collect. They can be broken into the following categories:

Scrolls      : These helpful scrolls will give you clues to the 
               locations of the other items.

Crystals     : Needed to open other realms. You'll find these all over 
               the place. Note that while you may find multiple colors 
               in levels, you'll primarily find the ones you need to 
               unlock the next realm first.
               Forbidden Province – 15 Yellow
               Mountain           - 100 Red
               Castle             - 125 Purple
               Sky                - 150 Silver
               Forest             - 175 Green
               Desert             - 200
               Ice                - 225
               Dream              - 250

Runestones   : Needed to get to the final stages. Strewn throughout the 
               levels and hidden.
               Forbidden Province, Sky, Ice, Dream – 2 in each world
               Mountain, Castle, Forest, Desert    - 1 in each world

Gold Items   : Needed to open the paths to the other realms. These are 
               gained either from killing Gargoyles or finding hidden 
               12 Golden Fangs to open West Wing
               20 Golden Feathers to open East Wing
               28 Golden Claws to open Battle Grounds

Legend Items : Boss weapons that weaken, damage, or protect. Hidden in 
               stages, but you'll get an intro movie before a stage to 
               show where the weapons is.

Parchment of Fire – Haunted Cemetery of the Forbidden Province
Used on Yeti. Sets him on fire for damage.

Javelin of Blinding – Volcanic Cavern of the Mountain Region
Used on the Plague Fiend. It blinds him, making most of his attacks 
miss. He will regain his sight though.

Ice Axe – Castle Barracks of the Castle Stronghold
Used on Dragon. It freezes him in place for a time allowing you to let 
him have it.

Good Book – Mothership of the Sky Realm
Used on Lich.

Scimitar of Decapitation – Gnarled Branches of the Forest
Used on the Chimera. Automatically kills the lion head, leaving you with 
only two heads to kill.

Lamp of Dark Obstruction – 
Used on Genie. 

Toxic Bellows – 
Used on Spider Queen. Poisons her and drains life.

Latern of Revelation – 
Used on the Shadow Wraith. Damages the wraith and cancels his attacks.

Soul Savior – 
Used on Skorne. 

6. Walkthrough
As soon as you start, you're in the tower. The wizard gives you a quick 
explanation, and when you are ready, you'll notice 15 crystals 
onscreen. Collect these, and a message will appear telling you that you 
have enough crystals to open the Forsaken Province. First though, talk 
to the Wizard, and you'll see the following menu:

General Hints : Hints on how to play the game.
Guardians : Hints on the next boss you must face.
Runestone : He'll clue you into a Runestone location.
Legend Items : A general clue to the location of the next Legend item.

Go to the upper left and enter the realm of the Forsaken Province.

Forsaken Province
There are 5 stages to this realm.
Poison Fields – Runestone
Ghost Town - Medusa
Haunted Cemetery – Parchment of Fire
Mausoleum - Runestone
Lich's Crypt

Poison Fields - Runestone
Welcome to the world of Gauntlet! Make your way through the level til 
you reach a scroll which states "There is a well guarded vault ahead". 
After the scroll use the platform to go up, and as soon as you come 
down on the other side of the mill, there will be a general waiting 
(the tall guy with a scythe). Eliminate him, then attack the door on 
the hut to the north. Here's the runestone!

Ghost Town  - Medusa
In the tavern there is a gold item. Proceed to the tavern, where the 
music changes. On the second floor, before the rooms with the maggots, 
you should see a bullseye on the wall. Hit it to reveal a gold fang 
downstairs. Go back to collect it. There is a good amount of treasure 
waiting on the hangman's gallows also. To get this, run up the gallows, 
hit the switch there. Come back down, and head to the upper left, where 
there will be another switch. Trigger this to raise the money up. Watch 
out for the Death at the bottom of the gallows.

To unlock Medusa, make sure you throw every switch you find. One should 
show a cutscene of a small bridge being lowered in an area of ramps (the 
belfry the scroll speaks of). At the end of the stage, don't exit, but 
go up the ramps to the right of the exit. As long as you triggered that 
earlier switch you will be able to get to the top. Here is the level to 
unlock Medusa. You must collect the 25 coins before time runs out (add 
25 coins per player in multiplayer). If you fail, you'll have to come 
back to the level for a second try. Hit or miss, go back down the ramps 
and exit the stage.

Haunted Cemetery – The Parchment of Fire
You'll see the intro movie, which is all you need in this stage. Make 
your way to the fountain of fire. Here you're looking for switches. The 
first switch will cool the fire off. Run to the upper left past the 
fountain for switch 2 to turn the statue. Hhead right from here to 
switch 3 to create the steps to the Parchment. Keep in mind, all the 
switches needed are in the fountain area, don't leave this area until 
you find them all.

Mausoleum - Runestone
At one point, you will lower a checkered bridge with 2 guards via a 
switch. Right after this bridge, start looking for a switch (the first 
one on the wall after the bridge lowers a crystal, so that's not it). 
Once found, you'll see a cutscene of meat and a switch raising up near 
that bridge you crossed. Go back to the meat, hit the switch, and a ramp 
will be made to the altar where there is treasure. Go there, and attack 
the wall behind it to find the runestone. 

At this point you should have had no trouble collecting 100 red 
crystals to open the Mountain Realm. Go there or continue to face..

Lich's Crypt
Welcome to the Lich's world! If you have the Good Book from the Sky 
stage, well this'll be fun. Not only will it damage him, but it will 
freeze him for a little bit. More than enough time to lay into him. He 
has six basic attacks.

Throw: He'll either throw one or two things at you. He throws two to 
stop you from dodging attacks. 

Hand : He raises his hand, and a bone hand raises from the ground to  
slow you down. 

Earthquake: Slams his axe into the ground creating cracks. Standing on 
the cracks will cause damage.

Jump attack : He jumps at you swinging his axe WIDE. Use turbo attacks 
if you can't get out of the way since you'll be invincible for a second 
or two.

Axe Spin : He'll spin in place with his axe. Not a very far area of 
attack, easy to dodge.

Maggots : He'll spit out something and maggots will begin to crawl. Just 
destroy the generator.

Grab     : He grabs you and chokes for massive damage. Don't stay too 
close to him.

The Mountain Region
There are 6 Stages to this realm
The Valley of Fire - Runestone
Dagger Peak - Minotaur
The Cliffs of Desolation
The Lost Cave
The Volcanic Cavern – Javelin of Blinding
The Dragon's Lair

The Valley of Fire - Runestone
Well, Gauntlet Legends players should be familiar with this level. It's 
a much shorter version of the original one. There is the one runestone 
like before, and it's in the same place as well. To get it, cross the 
bridge where the runestone is, and go up the stairs. Destroy a wall here 
to find the switch. Go back down and get your third runestone. Finish 
the level.

Dagger Peak - Minotaur
Easy to find since this level is pretty straightforward. After the 
Gargoyle, go up. Kill the Golem here, and head right to the entrance 
to the secret level.

The Volcanic Cavern – The Javelin of Blinding
"If you retrieve the golden fang, you can get the legend item"
The first time you see the rocks fall, head left. Here, the rocks will 
fall a second time. Destroy the wall to the left of the falling rocks 
for the switch that turns the platform with the golden fang. Continue 
through the level. When you reach the platform, where the golden fang 
is, pass it as you can't get it since it's down in a hole. Along the 
wall right after the golden fang platform, there is a treasure chest. 
Destroy the wall to the left of it for the other switch. Hit it, then 
backtrack to the fang. Get it, and a platform will appear leading to the 
Javelin. Near the end of the stage, there is a platform that takes you 
down to get the Javelin. It's right where the Pojo item is.

The Dragon's Lair
The Dragon! If you have the Ice Axe from the Castle level, then as soon 
as the battle begins, you'll freeze him. Lay into him with all you have, 
and it'll be an easy fight from there.

Main attacks:
Fire breath : Wide sweeping attack
Fireballs   : One to two aimed to one character, sometimes two.
Stomp       : Slams the ground. Unblockable? Need to verify.

Castle Stronghold
The Castle consists of 5 stages:
Castle Courtyard
Dungeon of Torment - Falconess
Castle Barracks
Castle Treasury
Chimera's Keep

Dungeon of Torment – Falconess
Simple to find. From start, head right. Unlock the two gates which lead 
right to the gargoyle, who happens to be perched on the bonus level.

Castle Barracks – Ice Axe
After the first bridge you lower, there is a second bridge which you 
can't. Continue on. In the room with the dinner table, pass it to reach 
another table. Hit the switch here and see the cutscene of a small 
platform lowering. Go back to the first table and up the stairs. Kill 
the general, and past him is a golden feather and a switch. This lowers 
the second bridge earlier in the level. Backtrack, cross the bridge, and 
destroy the wall to the left for the Ice Axe.

Chimera's Keep
The Scimitar of Decapitation eliminates the Lion's head, making it only 
2 left to kill. His basic attacks:

Each head fires shots of a different type : Poison, fire, lightning.

If all heads are there, they will combine to do a screen sweeping breath 

Sky Realm
The Sky Realm has 5 stages:
Toxic Spire – Unicorn
Cloud Docks - Runestone
Sky Shipyard - Runestone
Mothership – The Good Book
Vat of the Plague Fiend

Toxic Spire – Unicorn
When you actually reach the spire itself, and you're climbing the 
staircase with the barrels being rolled at you, start hitting the walls 
of the spire. You'll find a fake wall with a switch. Hit it, then head 
straight out from the wall onto the small platform with slimes on it. 
There is a second switch which will lower a wall around the bonus level 
at the top of the spire.

Vat of the Plague Fiend
The Javelin of Blinding will blind him, causing his acid attacks to 
miss. His area sweeping tentacle attacks will not however. His basic 

Spit Acid: One to two shots aimed at a character

Tentacle sweep: Screen sweep with tentacles. 

Flood: He'll melt into the ground, and the three vats on screen will 
       spew out slime. Just don't be near them when he does it.
The Forest has five stages:
The Acid Swamp 
The Twisted Roots of Evil - Runestone
The Ancient Tree - Tigress
The Gnarled Branches – Scimitar of Decapitation
The Realm of the Spider Queen

The Twisted Roots of Evil - Runestone
Locate an area with 2 locked gates to your right with a General behind 
one (this will be in the very bottom of the area, meaning you can't go 
downwards any more.) A bridge to the left holds a switch which brings 
the Runestone platform down. The Runestone will be right past the scroll 
that says "Search the next bend."

Ancient Tree – Tigress
Another easy to find bonus level. Work your way through until you find 
the Gargoyle, who once again guards it.

The Gnarled Branches – Scimitar of Decapitation
The clue is "Pale Crystals and Fierce Generals mark a sacred and ancient 

Locate an area where you find X ray glasses, a General, and two crystals 
resting against a tree. Destroy the tree between the two crystals to 
find the Scmitar just out of your reach. Continue forward, and reach a 
platform which raises up to take you to a Golem. Before that platform, 
there is treasure behind a rail at the bottom of a staircase. Get the 
treasure, which will trigger the platform to raise the Scimitar. 
Backtrack to collect it.

7. Enemies/Traps
There are multiple groups of enemies:

Grunts: Your typical enemies, and the most common too. Can be soldiers, 
        armor, demons and the like.

Archers and Bombers: They like to attack from a distance and tend to 
                     back away when you rush them. 

Ankle biters: Scorpions, maggots, and slime

Generals: Take a lot of damage, and will chase you

Death : Two kinds, Red and Black. Red steals 100hp then leaves. Black 
        drains a level. Using Anti Death, you do the same to them. 

Golems : Huge enemies that take a lot of damage, and have area attacks 
         such as stomps and such.

Gargoyles : Dragon looking creatures. Can be of fire, lightning or 
            poison types.

Spikes/Buzzsaws: Will pop out of the ground at intervals. Can be 
                 avoided with Levitation.

Beams: Wall to Wall traps. Fires in intervals.

Explosive Treasure Chest : When you open it, a small Mask pops out and 
                           ticking can be heard. Run! 

Sharpened Logs/Sickle: Get in your way in the Forest. 

Red barrels: Explosive. Can be used to your advantage.

Green barrels : Poisonous: Can be used to your advantage.

8. Items
Here is a list of items available in the game. The shop prices are 

Fruit: 50
Gives 20 Health 

Keys: 100
Open chests and gates.

Levitation: 150
Allows you to walk over floor traps with no damage.

Meat: 250
Gives 100 Health

Potion: 250

Growth: 300
Makes your character bigger.

Acid/Fire/Lightning Breath: 350
Wide area attack in front of you.

Acid/Fire/Lightning Amulets: 350
Add that status to your weapons

Super Shot: 400
A shot that can cut through groups of enemies. 5 Shots

Reflect Shield: 400
Reflects arrows and other missle attacks back towards attacker.

Electric Shield: 425
Uses lightning on enemies in front of you.

Fire Shield: 425
A wall of Fire in front of you. Good for close combat.

Phoenix: 450
Familiar who follows and shoots a fireball when you attack.

Rapid Fire: 450 
Shot speed increases.

Hammer: 500
Acts as a full screen magic spell. 

3Way: 550
Fires your weapon in 3 directions in front of you.

Invisible: 600
Enemies will ignore you.

Invulnerable: 600
Invincibility for a short time.

X-Ray Glasses: 650
Allows you to see what is in chests/barrels.

Gas Mask: 650
Protects you from poison gas.

Anti Death: 750
Allows YOU to steal from Death, not vice versa.

The items below are PERMANENT stat boosters. 
Add 10 to Strength :1000
Add 10 to Armor    :1000
Add 10 to Speed    :1000
Add 10 to Magic    :1000

The following items may only be found in battle:

Shrink enemies.
Weakens enemies.

Time Stop
Freezes all enemies/traps.

Extra Speed
A big boost of speed for a short time.

Turns you into a chicken!

9. Frequently Asked Questions
Q. So what are the codes for the hidden characters?
A. Check the GameFAQs message board for Gauntlet DL or check the FAQ 
   section. The codes are there. I'm not going to add them to here. 

Q. I've cleared the first realm, and I'm level 18 Warrior. I want to 
   start a new character, but I'm back at start. Help!
A. Please note, at the end of a stage, you can switch characters, but 
   in doing so, you will only have unlocked what that character does. 
   Using a lvl37 Knight who has made it to the Sky stages, then 
   switching to a new warrior does not give him access to the Sky 
   stages. He will start from the beginning. The same does not apply in  
   multiplayer, if the Lvl37 knight is still in the game, and another 
   player uses a new warrior, the warrior can go to the sky stage. BUT 
   the warrior doesn't get credit for anything found prior to him being 
   in the game. He will get credit for any they find while he is in the   

10. To do list
Redo my notes for the Castle and Sky Runestones which I seem to have 
lost. Add the Desert, Ice and Dream worlds next.

11. Credits/Thanks to:
My multiplayer teammates, Charles and John. Though John is annoying as 
a jester(especially when he blows red barrels up in your face) he is a 
good member to have along. Nothing like the joy of yelling at each 
other "I needed that food idiot!" all night long. My poor neighbors :)

Thanks again to the one and only CjayC, for all his hard work for the 
gaming community at www.gamefaqs.com.

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