When roaches approach in a line, assess the width of their progression:
If it is but one roach wide, advance with confidence.
If it is two roaches wide, hold your ground.
If it is three roaches wide, a retreat will be necessary.
A sword may be wielded against enemies in two ways. You may prefer
swinging or stepping, but mastery of both is necessary.
There is no defense against enemies that approach from more than one direction.
Only an efficient swordsman will prevail against the roach queen.
Move swiftly to the queen, paying as little attention to her offspring
as safety permits.
Fools forget that they can move in eight directions.
Strike an orb repeatedly if you wish to know what doors it affects.
Orbs are entirely predictable and simple to understand.
I have never encountered an orb that affected more than four doors,
and I have never found any to contain complex instructions.
Fear not the most devilish hordes when you stand upon the force arrows correctly.
Evil eyes would rather sleep, so let them.
The fleet-footed may move easily among a nest of serpents.
They cannot move in the same ways you can, and their predatory eyes
will not find you well if you do not stand in their view.
Don't stir the tar if you needn't. Incaution has been the death of many.
When approaching the tar mother, find a safe position before she grows.
Tar that grows in a corridor two squares wide may become impassable.
I fear no single goblin. Two goblins are another matter.
Goblins in open spaces can be manipulated favorably by simply swinging
your sword as you stand in place.
Some stairways lead to unexpected places.
There is but one room that the 'Neather can be killed in.
You will have to play his games before you get there.