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Re: Seth94 - Relics of Power (Part 2)

Post by Jay » 19 Jul 2015 14:24

Stuck in the first part. I think what I need now is the key to the zoo. Where is it? Also, what was the point of draining the sewers? :?

Edit: OK, found a moveable block, so obviously that was why the water needed draining. Duh :hammer:
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Re: Seth94 - Relics of Power (Part 2)

Post by Speak81 » 19 Jul 2015 16:19

Stuck in the first level too. I'm in the sewers. I see a moveable block, but i move the block and nothings happend.
I dont know anymore.
Can you help me anybody please?¿
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Re: Seth94 - Relics of Power (Part 2)

Post by Soul » 19 Jul 2015 16:41

The block is for later. Explore the underwater-tunnel in the sewers. Lara CAN swim against the current :)

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Re: Seth94 - Relics of Power (Part 2)

Post by Speak81 » 19 Jul 2015 17:04

Its true!!!
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Re: Seth94 - Relics of Power - Streets of France (Part 2)

Post by Speak81 » 19 Jul 2015 19:54

The Door?¿
i'm crazy!!!
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Re: Seth94 - Relics of Power - Streets of France (Part 2)

Post by snork » 19 Jul 2015 20:04

iirc. (can not control now)

The door that opened is hidden behind something. To find it Lara needs to drain the basins and then look around and find sth. to do.
There is a pushable block that looks like it is a door - made from grating
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Re: Seth94 - Relics of Power (Part 2)

Post by Jorge22 » 19 Jul 2015 20:07

Jay wrote:Stuck in the first part. I think what I need now is the key to the zoo. Where is it? Also, what was the point of draining the sewers? :?

Edit: OK, found a moveable block, so obviously that was why the water needed draining. Duh :hammer:
Somebody, please, where is that moveable block you mention?

Just read snork's post, hmm...
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Re: Seth94 - Relics of Power - Streets of France (Part 2)

Post by snork » 19 Jul 2015 20:23

There are three pushable blocks.

Two of them you can find from the flooded second basin. To move the one (access above water level, from basin 1), you need to move the other one (other room, access underwater, from basin 2) first.

Then after draining the rooms there is a third pushable block - that to me had looked like a door/ texture. :hammer:

I actually found a picture of that 3rd one, after being dragged out though : Image
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Re: Seth94 - Relics of Power - Streets of France (Part 2)

Post by Speak81 » 19 Jul 2015 20:26

Thank Youuu!!!
Its very difficult!!!
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Re: Seth94 - Relics of Power - Streets of France (Part 2)

Post by snork » 19 Jul 2015 20:37

yes, to me too. And this difficulty and style reminded me much of TR3. :)
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Re: Seth94 - Relics of Power - Streets of France (Part 2)

Post by Jorge22 » 19 Jul 2015 20:40

snork, I don't get it... When I drain the pool, there's only one place I can pull a block from, which is that exact side of the basin, since Lara is unable to get to the other pool. Only, I can't find any pushable block down there! :bigcry:

EDIT: Ok, I see now there's some switch I haven't used but I can't find it. :doublebigcry:
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Re: Seth94 - Relics of Power - Streets of France (Part 2)

Post by snork » 19 Jul 2015 20:48

With pushing/ dragging the first two pushblocks, you get another exit from the sewers - one Lara can use when basins are dry.
That way you can switch sides with the basins dry.

basins need to be drained/ flooded several times.
(I do not know how often exactly - I did it many more times than necessary. :lol: )
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Re: Seth94 - Relics of Power - Streets of France (Part 2)

Post by Jorge22 » 19 Jul 2015 20:59

Ok. But Lara won't push/pull any block in the first pool, so that leaves me stuck. Unless one has to use a switch, if only I could find it... ;)
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Re: Seth94 - Relics of Power - Streets of France (Part 2)

Post by vimmers » 19 Jul 2015 21:06

first pushblock are in a room at pool 1
second in a room at pool 2
you need to push pool 2 block in position so you can push
pool block 1 on pool block 2 to reach a opening

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Re: Seth94 - Relics of Power - Streets of France (Part 2)

Post by Jorge22 » 19 Jul 2015 21:17

Oh, I see, thanks.

I did that already, ages ago, so it's something else I've been missing. I'll get back to it later, thanks again. :)
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