Need to know how to have sex in Fable 2? Virtual sex is always a great gimmick, but learning how to have sex in Fable 2 is essential if you want to, say, have a family. Unfortunately, just like in real life, getting to the point of actually having the sex can be difficult and frustrating. However, for all of you struggling to get laid in Fable 2, worry not, for we've compiled a list of things you can do to get your partner in the mood. Those who are struggling to get laid in real life, well, these aren't the droids you're looking for.
- Shower the apple of your eye with gifts. Now, this may be a little expensive, but it works. Find out what your partner likes the most, and buy all of that item you can find from the merchants within Fable 2. That way, when you decide it's time for your hero to take a time out from saving the world, you'll have a few of your partner's favorites on hand to give their love meter a little boost. Keep in mind, though, that this can get really expensive depending on what your partner likes the most, and tracking down the best gifts in Fable 2 can be time consuming.
- Pick up a copy of "Come Hither Here." For those of you who would rather cut to the chase and simply learn how to get your partner in the mood, stop by Fiction Burns in the Bowerstone Market and buy "Come Hither Here." Read it and you'll learn the "Come Back to My Place" expression, which will greatly reduce the time it takes to have sex in Fable 2. After you've learned the new expression, hunt down your partner and fill up their love meter by flirting with them or by giving them gifts. When their love meter is full, use the expression and find yourself a bed.
Viola. Just by picking up a book, you can learn what it takes to have sex in Fable 2. Give Fiction Burns a visit, and you and your partner will be making Fable 2 babies in no time.
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