Thierry Stoorne - Lara Croft Holy Grail - Paris under snow

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Re: ThierryStoorne Lara Croft and the HolyGrail Paris under snow

Post by sulaco2d » 18 Jul 2010 22:05

thanks so much snork for the demo - feel pretty silly cause it's pretty easy now :-) onward ho!

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Re: ThierryStoorne Lara Croft and the HolyGrail Paris under snow

Post by mbvl » 19 Jul 2010 00:00

Gerty wrote::lol: That is plain nasty as I tried to shoot that (aha that is where that other weapon I found is quite handy for)
Actually, if you stand in the shallow water, the aim with just the pistols is low enough to let you shoot the crates.
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Post by Tom » 19 Jul 2010 06:48

mbvl wrote:Actually, if you stand in the shallow water, the aim with just the pistols is low enough to let you shoot the crates.
Not in my case. And Lara could not duck. But it worked, as I was jumping up and down while shooting.

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Post by vimmers » 19 Jul 2010 12:21

mbvl means maybe that he turned the automatic
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Re: ThierryStoorne Lara Croft and the HolyGrail Paris under snow

Post by mbvl » 19 Jul 2010 18:09

Tom wrote:
mbvl wrote:Actually, if you stand in the shallow water, the aim with just the pistols is low enough to let you shoot the crates.
Not in my case. And Lara could not duck. But it worked, as I was jumping up and down while shooting.
I wasn't precise enough. I know Lara wouldn't duck, but if she stands on the ramp leading down into the swimmable channel (but still not deep enough to float) she can shoot the crates (at least that's what I did).
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Re: ThierryStoorne Lara Croft and the HolyGrail Paris under snow

Post by Diana » 20 Jul 2010 16:57

I just started this level and I am already stuck. :(
I am in the room from the beggining, after I used the red key. I managed to get to the central column, but no place to go ...am I suposed to try tograb a monkeyswing or what?

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Re: ThierryStoorne Lara Croft and the HolyGrail Paris under snow

Post by dmdibl » 20 Jul 2010 17:05

yes, go for monkeyswing in middle. snork did a demo - download, extract, press F4 to play it.

Lara on central column, move her down so that her hands are on the horizontal band that divides upper and lower grids. Then back flip and immediate jump/grab to monkeyswing.

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Post by Diana » 20 Jul 2010 17:17

Thank you!
It was so simple all the while...

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Post by Nina Croft » 20 Jul 2010 19:39

I am definitely missing something huge here...

I am in the alleys where Lara dropped from a duct, and where she killed some dogs and guardians (one of them drops the first fuse).

I opened a trapdoor that leads back to the big staircase, I found the red keyhole and another closed door, I also found a shaft with ladder and closed trapdoor at the top, I can see an electric box (shootable) through the fence, and that's all I could find. I am stuck here for two days now. What am I missing here?

EDIT: Forum effect!!! I found it! I found where to use the fuse! I must be blind as a bat! :lol: :blush:
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Re: ThierryStoorne Lara Croft and the HolyGrail Paris under snow

Post by Jack& » 20 Jul 2010 20:37

AFTER dropped down at a snowy courtyard ..... not far from start . i shot a guard wich left a red key ..... i know where to use just cannot go back ........... i see the place ..... i get up at a ladder just have a trappdoor at the end i dunno how i can open it i see the red key hole from the ladder .... but cannot get up from closed grate at the end off it ........ :bandana:
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Post by Nina Croft » 20 Jul 2010 20:55

Jack& wrote:AFTER dropped down at a snowy courtyard ..... not far from start . i shot a guard wich left a red key ..... i know where to use just cannot go back ........... i see the place ..... i get up at a ladder just have a trappdoor at the end i dunno how i can open it i see the red key hole from the ladder .... but cannot get up from closed grate at the end off it ........ :bandana:
Well, in the same room where is the shaft with the ladders and closed trapdoor, there is also a passage... Go in this passage, open the trapdoor at the end of it, climb up and you'll back at the big staircase.
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Re: ThierryStoorne Lara Croft and the HolyGrail Paris under snow

Post by McRaider » 21 Jul 2010 01:21

Running around for hours and don't see where is the keyhole for the blue key.After killed one enemy get the blue key on top of the building,near it's another one with the red key.

Used the jumpswitch and the red key..also I need the fuse.
Help it's needed,thanks!
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Post by Nina Croft » 21 Jul 2010 01:36

McRaider wrote:Running around for hours and don't see where is the keyhole for the blue key.After killed one enemy get the blue key on top of the building,near it's another one with the red key.

Used the jumpswitch and the red key..also I need the fuse.
Help it's needed,thanks!
Have you used the blue key? Obviously not.

Well, you'll need to reload a save before you entered the door opened by the jump switch, because now you cannot go back to the previous area. When you collect two keys and use the jump switch, you need to find the fuse first, before leaving through the door opened by the JS.

You have to enter the warehouse near the ring (you'll see a medipack through the window when Lara is on the ring ledge). Once on the ring ledge, jump across the fence as before and climb on the balcony above. Go right and jump to the small snowy roof near the ring. I think you'll find your way from there yourself.
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Re: ThierryStoorne Lara Croft and the HolyGrail Paris under snow

Post by McRaider » 21 Jul 2010 02:32

Thanks Nina Croft!!..using the fuse now.
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Re: ThierryStoorne Lara Croft and the HolyGrail Paris under snow

Post by Nina Croft » 21 Jul 2010 04:24

How can I open the alcove with the first Red Cross?
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