Talk:Peasant's Quest

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Walkthrough

Hm. The walkthrough really ought to get the user 150 points instead of 149. Is this my fault? I created the image with the little numbers. Do I need to move one (or more) of the dots so the walkthrough can be fixed? --JoeyDay 10:07, 21 Sep 2004 (MST)

Okay, after surveying the damage, it looks as though step 7 of the first quest needs to be moved so that it is positioned above step 4. I'm working on the image and will update the page when the new image is in place. --JoeyDay 10:23, 21 Sep 2004 (MST)

Save after "Beating" Trogdor

I beat it and saw the credits, what happens after that? All I see is a statue of Rather Dashing wearing a Scalding Lake T-shirt and some text that says "THE END".

That's it. --Kilroy 15:00, 5 Oct 2004 (MST)

Did anyone else have the same problem with loading the game? All I got when I loaded it was a piece of broken film with the Quicktime logo on it. -Everybody!

  • Delete Quicktime, it's interferring with Flash. Quicktime is evil. It hijacked my computer and no matter how many times I told it not to associate with my mp3s or midis or anything it still would and even after I uninstalled it it reinstalled itself. Ugh. Just kill Apple. Anyway, get rid of Quicktime and maybe reinstall/update Flash. -Skunk

Salad Fingers Reference?

"The name 'Ron Cumberdale' is most likely a reference to the character Hubert Cumberdale in the Salad Fingers flash movie." Cumberdale is a real last name though, which presents a BIG problem in that theory. Besides, wasn't Peasant's Quest before Salad Fingers? Anyway, I think this should be removed. -Skunk

I like the idea that TBC are aware of and would reference Salad Fingers too much to back you up- Grover Junior

150 point ending?

Hey, just wondering if you actually get anything for getting all 150 points. Is it worth my while?

A feeling of accomplishment? I got 150, and although I flet good about it, I got squat.

  Find my glitch on the arrow game. I got 400 out of 150 lol.
         -Quinn

BUY MY STUFF!

What is it about the Peasant's Quest page that attracts so much spam? I can kinda see the Strong Bad Email page - it's linked to from the sidebar, and it's obviously going to be a high-traffic page. But why PQ? --Jay 15:23, 11 Apr 2005 (MDT)

Do a "What links here" on both pages. Although H*R.com Updates is in the sidebar, there are a lot more pages linking to Peasant's Quest. --Venusy, 16:51, 12 Apr 2005 (BST)
That still doesn't seem to be the answer to me. I doubt these spammers go through the Wiki to find a good page - they probably try to spam the main page and, failing that, go to the first page they can (which is why Strong Bad Email, the second link on the sidebar, likely gets spammed so much.) Is there an outside page that links to Peasant's Quest? --Jay 10:26, 12 Apr 2005 (MDT)

Closed STUFF

Videlectrix Ajax

The Videlectrix runner in the intro dies by falling on his sword. A possible reference to the Greek hero Ajax who died a similar death.

  • Decline It's too general. Similarity =/= reference. --Jay (Talk) 17:18, 28 Apr 2005 (UTC)
  • And action figure is Strong Bad email #42 that could be a referance to the Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy Decline! The_Pardack
  • Decline. I betcha if we try hard enough we can turn this into a TMBG reference. They know TBC y'know. -- tomstiff 17:54, 28 Apr 2005 (UTC)

Two names? (DECLINED)

When you type in "talk kerrek", part of the message that comes up is "'Me llamo Julio'", which means "My name is Julio" in Spanish. As this is said by Rather Dashing, his real name is Julio.

  • Fhqwdlcinds So??? --Jay 01:24, 14 Apr 2005 (UTC)
    • So, rather dashing's real name name is Julio. Good catch! Just revise it so that its a little more obvious. Try:
When you type in "talk kerrek", part of the message that comes up is "'Me llamo Julio'", which means "My name is Julio" in 
Spanish. As this is said by Rather Dashing, his real name is Julio.

---erson 18:46, 14 Apr 2005 (UTC)

  • Me Declino Infinito. -- tomstiff 17:09, 14 Apr 2005 (UTC)
  • REWRITE'D! I was the one who wrote the thing anyway, so I rewrote it with -erson-san's suggestion. --Kiwi 19:09, 14 Apr 2005 (EST)
  • Decline the new one too It's still useless, and perhaps now moreso - are we next going to say that his name is Misspeller Jones? (Type "get plague" near the lantern.) It's a joke. Just go with it. --Jay 01:10, 15 Apr 2005 (UTC)
    • Comment. But, it might NOT be. Geez, why does everyone always decline everything around here? --Kiwi 10:45, 16 Apr 2005
      • Oh, wait, what was that word? "Might"? As in, you're not certain? --Jay 18:08, 16 Apr 2005 (UTC)
        • But the fact that Rather Dashing is saying "Me llamo Julio" as a conversation starter to the Kerrek would be a different case. Do you ever say "Hello my name is..." and mention an incorrect name? And about the "Misspeller Jones", is it not common for people to make up nicknames for people about their different characteristics? Like you call a clumbsy person "Butterfingers" even though his real name is Bob, or a bad typist "Misspeller Jones" even though his real name is Julio? ---erson 23:34, 16 Apr 2005 (UTC)
          • It sounds to me like the sort of thing you'd find in the first five pages of a beginners' Spanish textbook, and without otherwise knowing what to say to the Kerrek, he just rambled relative nonsense. We know his real name, and it's not Julio. --Jay 02:06, 17 Apr 2005 (UTC)
            • We dont know that his real name is Rather Dashing, the character doesn't actually say it himself. Just the narrator. And whos more likely to know his own name, the narrator or Rather Dashing? ---erson 02:12, 17 Apr 2005 (UTC)
              • So, at the end of the game, the NARRATOR tells Trogdor (who repeats it - in voice acting!) that his name is Rather Dashing? --Jay 02:17, 17 Apr 2005 (UTC)
                • Sorry, I never played to the end of the game. But honeslty, what are the odds that if he was talking nonsence he would utter a phrase that just happens to be a very popular opening statement when meeting new people? And, there is no where in the game where it tells you Rather Dashing can't speak Spanish. Perhaps he though Kerrek spoke spanish.
                  • Yes, I just double-checked the ending. The narration says "You scream that your name is Rather Dashing", followed by a long speech with a computer voice reading along (a direct quote by Trogdor), ending in "It will be a pleasure to burninate you, Rather Dashing." One random piece of text may give small credence to your theory that RD's real name is Julio, but the entire rest of the game contradicts it. --Jay 02:24, 17 Apr 2005 (UTC)
  • Perhaps a rewrite than to indiciate that Rather Dashing's name may be Julio according to that text?---erson 02:31, 17 Apr 2005 (UTC)
    • I don't think Fun Facts is a place for theories that "may be" true based on a possible interpretation of one statement. Decline. Beatfox 06:30, 17 Apr 2005 (UTC)
  • Yet Another Comment. We all know that "rather dashing" is a term meaning you're good-looking. Maybe he just calls himself that because he thinks he's, well, good-looking. Kiwi 14:41, 17 Apr 2005 (EST)
  • How do we know he just didn't read that off of a Spanish textbook? It's just as much speculation to say that Rather Dashing CAN speak Spanish as it is to say he can't. Can't you just accept that this is random TBC humor? Seriously, this is a bigger stretch than Dhalsim. Me llamo decline Dasrik 06:25, 18 Apr 2005 (UTC)
  • Comment Numero Tres. Look, we're never going to get anywhere like this, and I'm sick of the arguments. Someone lock this thing, PLEASE. --Kiwi 16:53, 19 Apr 2005
  • Comment. Throughout all of the Peasant's Quest Movie Trailer, Rather Dashing is referred to as ... Rather Dashing. -- tomstiff 02:25, 20 Apr 2005 (UTC)
  • Comment I never remember Rather Dashing saying his name is Julio other than right there. --user: Lappy 486 9:10 Apr 26
  • Comment Actually, Julio's translation in July! So Rather Dashing actually sas "My name is July which is weird because July is usually a girl's name. Cheatachu72 18:21, 23 May 2005 (UTC)

ESC not working?

When I got into something like the inventory, the ESC will not take me out. Only the backspace will. Is this a glitch for anybody else? --lightning jim 22:14, 10 May 2005 (UTC)

yes--68.223.89.28 20:41, 19 May 2005 (UTC)

Clean Up

This page needs major clean up-

  • The Fun Facts need to be split into the correct categories (see the HRWiki:Standards). -Done. -MK and/or BurnBox 01:47, 26 May 2005 (UTC)
    • The Glitches also need to be added here. DONE'D!!! -MK and/or BurnBox 01:58, 26 May 2005 (UTC)
  • Rewording, formatting.
  • The Map and Ways to Die to the Walkthrough Do I even have to say it? DONE!!! -MK and/or BurnBox 01:58, 26 May 2005 (UTC)

If I've missed any, please add them, and if you have the strength, please work on this article. —FireBird|Talk 22:54, 23 May 2005 (UTC)


A lot of this ought to be moved to the Walkthrough (Instructions, Map, Ways to Die, Hints and Tips), in my opinion. That alone would really help to clean up this page. What does everybody else think? --The Lurker 18:36, 25 May 2005 (UTC)

I agree. And nix Hints and Tips. —FireBird|Talk 18:42, 25 May 2005 (UTC)
NIX'D!!! -MK and/or BurnBox 01:47, 26 May 2005 (UTC)
   I have been looking all day for a download of this game, Where the hell can I get a download!?!?
             -Very Angry
On HomestarRunner.com, Mr. Angry! Aurora the Homestar Coder 23:40, 8 Jun 2005 (UTC)

Stragedy Guide?

If I recall correctly, didn't the stragedy guide thing get changed with something about gameFAQs?

A reference maybe

it might already be there but im not sure..."gamer ober" is proabably a refernce to the email "vacation" where a postcard said "ober there"

Not only does that never happen, your spelling is atrocious. Please double-check your facts and grammar before posting anything.


Seek Bar

If you move the seek bar to a little bit after the intro ends, it takes you to the map, with rather dashing everywhere, behind it is the rain and a couple of sprites, and then full invintory is shown. Then I moved the seek bar more and it took me to the game over screen and then the archery game that you can only play for a few seconds until the rock climbing takes place. When you move it back, the target is pitch black. After the rock climb, it takes you to the credits. Whew. Man, thats weird. But I guess that kinda stuff happens with complex games like Peasents Quest and Stinkoman 20X6. Seek Bar

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