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== Finding the Grail == In order to recover the Grail, a hero must dig it out of the ground. A hero without empty slots in a backpack cannot dig. Digging demands the whole amount of a hero's movement points so it is impossible to dig at the same day when a hero crossed even just one tile on the map without tinkering with fast/slow units in the hero's army. Only one Grail may be hidden in the adventure map. However, it is also possible for a mapmaker to set any number of heroes and towns to carry the Grail in their backpack or have their Grail structure built, respectively. When the Grail is buried into the ground, clues to its location can be found at [[obelisk]]s. Every visited obelisk reveals a part of the [[puzzle map]], which shows the location of the Grail marked with X. Typically the X becomes visible when the entire [[puzzle map]] is revealed, but occasionally it will be shown before the last obelisk is visited. However, it is often possible to guess roughly the area where the Grail might lie, and systematically start digging it. In fact, the AI at hard difficulty levels starts digging the Grail even if only a third of the puzzle map is completed. If the hero carrying the Grail [[retreat]]s, [[surrender]]s or is defeated in battle, the Grail is lost forever. But when he is ''dismissed'', it is possible to find him in a [[tavern]] with a Grail in his backpack. The Grail can be sold to [[artifact merchants]] for 1 of any [[resource]]. If the map has no obelisks, it is completely impossible to find the grail (even if every single block on the map is dug on). Also, using "nwcoracle", a cheat that reveals the [[puzzle map]], will have no effect and the puzzle will not show anything.
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