On your journey to retrieve the Glyph of Pride, you take a stop in the magnificent Gargoyle city of Ambrosia. You learn of a conflict that has developed between the Winged and Wingless Gargoyles. You're also forced to face the final Prophecy of the False Prophet foretold so long ago... the destruction of the Gargoyle Race.
- When you arrive, talk to the Gargoyles around you. You'll meet Exferlem, the leader of the Wingless Gargoyles and learn there is strife between the Winged and Wingless. Be careful what you say to him. If you mention to him that normally the Winged are the leaders in their species, he will attack you and you'll have to kill him. Just say he's a wise leader and then you can ask him about Ambrosia.
- To the West of the fountain you start next to is a ramp that leads up into the Temple of Singularity. Read each of the books on the pedestals to learn about how the Gargoyles worship the three Principles of Singularity. A crystal rod will appear above each. Once you've read all three, a book will appear on the center pedestal. Read this book and learn about the 8 Gargoyle Virtues. When you've finished reading the book, the three crystals will combine and a Green Power Cube will appear. The door in to the room above will also unlock. You'll be able to get to the second floor later. Take the Green Power Cube and leave the Temple.
- Directly East of the Temple and down a ramp is the home of Valkadesh. Enter and speak with him. You'll learn more about the strife in the Gargoyle Race and that you may be in danger being there. You are in danger because you are the False Prophet foretold in the Book of Prophecy (aka the Codex of Ultimate Wisdom) that would bring about the end of the Gargoyle Race. He tells you that no matter how much you don't want to bring about this tragedy, it is unavoidable. He has seen the wisdom of this, but warns you that the other Gargoyles may not be so understanding and to be wary of them. He tells you that the Gargoyles have no need to worry about the storms in the sea because of their technology. He also tells you that the Gargoyle Queen is very upset because the Codex has been taken from the Void. You ask if you can see the Queen, but find out that the Amulet of Singularity and the Queen's Power Cube are both needed to have an audience with her. Lastly, you ask about how to get to Hythloth. He refers you to Wislem, but tells you that you'll need to be able to fly in order to see him. On your way out of Valkadesh's house, there is a small pile of gold in the corner you can take.
- Head to the South. Beware of the flying Gargoyles. Some of them may attack you with bolts of magic. They do get up close and personal with you, so just kill them when they do. Head up the ramp to the West and follow the path around to the North and up into Voresh's home. He is the leader of the Winged Gargoyles. He is not as understanding as Valkadesh and will attack you if you tell him you are the Avatar. Just simply tell him you're lost and he will speak with you more. In fact, he will offer you an opportunity to join the Winged class if you agree to kill the Wingless ones. Humor him and he'll be even more open and informative! He'll tell you more about the Dome of Ambrosia, the Temple of Singularity, and how to get to Wislem's workshop. Other things of interest in Voresh's home are a scroll refering to a prisoner, a Holding Cell Crystal and some gems you can sell. Take the Crystal and head out.
- Go back down to the main level of the Gargoyle city and turn South at the bottom of the ramp. Follow the path around to where there's a pillar with a Crystal on it. There's also a similar pillar missing a Crystal. Put the Holding Cell Crystal from Voresh's home here and the prison wall will open. Enter and speak with the small, Wingless Gargoyle. This is the Nameless gargoyle mentioned in the scroll in Voresh's home. He was put in prison for killing a Wingless Gargoyle Drone. He killed him in order to get some Flying Boots and go on a killing spree against the Winged. Quite a pleasant little fellow, eh? Ask him about the Flying Boots and he will take you to a Secret Wall that leads to them. You can walk through the wall to the left of where the little one goes and stands. You'll drop down a ways. Walk around to the East and you'll find a dead Gargoyle with some fancy boots and a note next to him. These are the Flying Boots and some instructions on their use. To use them, just Jump and then look in the direction you want to walk. Look up to walk up and look down to walk down. DO NOT JUMP WHILE YOU'RE HIGH IN THE AIR!! You can fall to your death! Also, you can't attack while you're in the air, so make sure you've cleared the area of Winged Gargoyles before you take off. These boots only work in the Dome. Too bad.
- Back where you fell down through the wall is a cave with a lonely fellow, Grond, living in it. As you talk to him, you'll discover he's got a few screws loose. But he does sell some reagents, some potions and a Healing scroll if you've missed the one back in Britain Castle.
- To the Northeast of the Temple of Singularity is a building that can only be accessed with the boots. It contains a Binding Pentagram. Use it if you need it.
- On the East side of the city, floating up in the air, you'll find Wislem's Workshop The other house near there is just his empty home. Enter his workshop and speak with him. He thinks you are a worker, but then realizes you are a human with Flying Boots. He now demands you work for him and help him finish his project for the Queen. If you ask about Hythloth, he demands you finish the work, then come and speak to him. Agree to the work, and he will give you a Red Power Cube. He tells you the Statue is in the center of Ambrosia, atop the Queen's Chamber.
- Before you go and finish the Statue, take a stop back at the Temple of Singularity again. If you haven't gotten the Green Power Cube yet, please go back and read the first bullet in this section. Go to the Temple's Second floor and place the Green Power Cube in the small alcove below the large crystal. The door above the Queen's Chamber will open and the Amulet of Singularity will appear. Take it and head for the top of the Queen's Chamber.
- At the top of the Chamber, look for the alcove that's missing a Power Cube and place the one Wislem gave you into it. The Statue will start spinning, but something will go horribly wrong! Wislem's calculations were wrong, and he brought the dome crashing down. You have just inadvertently brought about the Prophecy of the False Prophet.
- You'll find yourself back on the ground again after the accident. Talk to Wislem and he will tell you the Queen's Power Cube is hidden in his chambers. He gives you a Crystal Key to find the Power Cube. He wants you to save a Queen's Egg. Bringing an Egg to Vasagralem may save the Gargoyle Race. When you ask about a way out, he tells you that there is a teleporter that can take you out of Ambrosia, but only a living Gargoyle can activate it.
- To the Northeast of Wislem, you'll find the little, blood-thirsty gargoyle you set free. He shows that he killed Valkadesh. But as he walks off, a piece of the Dome falls and kills him. Karma is definitely at work in Britannia.
- Wislem's workshop has now crashed to the ground behind where he was standing. You still need the boots to get it, though. Place the Crystal on the empty pillar, and the yellow Queen's Entrance Cube will appear. Go back to the still standing Queen's Chamber and fly up to its Entrance. There may still be some flying Gargoyle's around. Enter the chamber and place the Cube in the alcove. The floor will open up to reveal her Inner Chamber. Drop down and you'll face the Gargoyle Queen. You have no choice but to defend yourself as the last attempt to avoid the Prophecy is made by the Queen. You'll take a necessary Karma hit for killing the Queen. Take one of her Eggs and you'll get that Karma back. The Guardian will taunt you once again as you exit the Chamber to the north. The hallway to the East leads to the Queen's treasure trove. There's a chest of gold, more potions, and a Glass Sword. To the West is the Teleporter out. The Gargoyle Egg should be enough to activate the Teleporter. Climb up onto it, and you'll be teleported out to Hythloth...