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If you aren't near an Underworld Portal, you can throw a Rune of Undead at a '''non'''-Undead enemy and kill it. That sends their soul to the Underworld via Underworld Portal, and causes an Underworld Portal to open.
 
If you aren't near an Underworld Portal, you can throw a Rune of Undead at a '''non'''-Undead enemy and kill it. That sends their soul to the Underworld via Underworld Portal, and causes an Underworld Portal to open.
   
The Rune of Portal should also be able to generate an Underworld Portal, but I believe it is only by feeding the Minion, so it isn't as useful for revival.
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The Rune of Portal should also be able to generate an Underworld Portal, but the portal is not always going to be an underworld portal.
   
 
==Reviving the Minion Clones==
 
==Reviving the Minion Clones==

Revision as of 20:21, 7 April 2015

Revival can happen for both you and your minion. 

Firstly, upon complete death, reincarnation is always an option for our Red Rogue, because reasons. Those aren't given here because spoilers spoil things. 

Reincarnation

Reincarnation allows you to keep your lore knowledge, as well as any Overworld and Underworld Portals on the same floors they were previously, but you lose all your levels and gear. Basically, knowledge is stored within you, but the quickenings and equipment were of the Dungeon of Chaos, which runs on its own time. The Overworld is "outside of the chaotic time" and the Underworld is "at the end of time" so both remain even when you reincarnate.

The chest on the Overworld will also stay the same: opened if you already opened it, and closed if you haven't yet. This is why I recommend only opening it when you're ready to make a serious attempt at beating the game.

Surviving Death

Reviving pre-reincarnation for the rogue is done by eating a Rune of Undead while you are a non-Undead race, like Rogue or Troll. If you eat it, you will survive death by coming back as a Skeleton. Since the Overworld is outside of time, returning to the Overworld grants you your Rogue status again, which has higher stats. This is a good thing.

Eating a Rune of Undead while being Undead just turns it into a healing item.

Reviving the Minion

The Minion is normally Undead, but with Faces or Polymorphs can become a living race, in which case you can use the Rune of Undead in the same way to grant it an extra life.

As an Undead, when the Minion dies, it immediately is sent to the Underworld. If you are near an Underworld Portal, it will come out and rejoin your party. My recommendation is to go back to the nearest Underworld Portal to get the Minion again, because he is massively helpful.

It's interesting that Death is so willing to relinquish the soul of the Minion, isn't it? It's possible he expects payment at some point...

If you aren't near an Underworld Portal, you can throw a Rune of Undead at a non-Undead enemy and kill it. That sends their soul to the Underworld via Underworld Portal, and causes an Underworld Portal to open.

The Rune of Portal should also be able to generate an Underworld Portal, but the portal is not always going to be an underworld portal.

Reviving the Minion Clones

This can't really be done, except by praying at an altar to the God of Chaos and getting another set of Minion clones.

Konami Revival

By entering the Konami code, you can gain extra lives where you don't lose your levels and gear. It kind of removes the roguelike element. It is also kind of called "cheating".

At any rate, if you press, in order, 

>>> Up Up Down Down Left Right Left Right B A <<<

Then you gain a life. Per game, this can only be used three times to gain three lives before the game calls you out for cheating. This is amusing, but if you beat the game this way, everyone will judge you because you're cheating.

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