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Correct answer choices of Forest of Myth

This page is a summary of Correct answer choices of Forest of Myth.

It is divided into Childhood and Adulthood.


Childhood

Ÿ Choices in the Village Chief's Dream (in the story)

1.The answer is...a secret.
2.Sunlight!
3.A man

After solving the following two dreams, talk to the village chief to get the one-handed sword "Faith" (if you don't get it here, you can still buy it in The Aerie(Adult)).

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Ÿ Choices in a man's dream (about a huge group of sculptures)

The correct answer to your choice is "The real one is Beta."

If you choose anything else, you will have to watch the story from the beginning.


Ÿ A woman's dream (a story about a castle) options

If you make a wrong choice, the game may be over.

First half (stage) of the novel
1...and proceed north.
2....and proceed east.
3....and proceed north.
4....and proceed north.
Middle (stage) of the novel
1....and proceed south.
2....and proceed east.
Final (stage) of the novel
...and proceed north.

After receiving the weapon, talk to the village chief, the man, and the woman again, and they will each start another conversation in the text-only world (only once, no choice).

Adulthood

Ÿ Story Novel (Dream of the Divine Tree) Options

The first two questions that occur at the end of the novel are randomly decided by one of the three choices.

The answer is written in the text that flowed before it.

Ÿ Question 1 (Eye color)

The text in red "---" is the correct answer.

Only one person brings the boy comfort: a healthy young girl with tan skin and Deep---eyes.


Ÿ Question 2 (Number of companions,  attached to a female warrior)

The text in red "---" is the correct answer.

Her friends and fellow warriors come and go . Some flee in terror. Some are eaten. She began the fight with ---companions, but most are gone now.

Ÿ Question 3

The first (Yo nah, whose writing style is properly centered)




Ÿ About the interesting stories of village chiefs, men, and women

There are no specific choices. The text just flows.