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The Caldera Cont. [W-07.2] == Once back at the Caldera, open the SPECIAL CHEST that contains a GORGON EYE and use your Fire Blades to break the gears holding the archimedean screw together. You may now backtrack to that new type of door you saw earlier, and break it down. Inside grab the GREEN CHEST and a RED CHEST before continuing along the path. When you slide down the next ramp you'll land onto a platform where you have to face two Minotaurs and some firebirds. Grab the BLUE/GREEN CHEST and then pull the lever here. Jump onto the lava rock and you will float along the lava flow. You will fight a small wave of fire crab-spiders before eventually needing to jump onto a wall as the lava rock begins to burn away. At the top open the SPECIAL CHEST that contains a MINOTAUR HORN and be sure to save at the Save Point. Sidle your way across the ledge to your right then break the gears on another one of the archimedean screws. Climb up the ledge here and keep moving. At the end of the path open both the GREEN CHEST and BLUE CHEST before breaking down another fire door. Open the SPECIAL CHEST and sidle your way through the crevice here and around into the Volcano Core. _______________________________________________________________________________ | NOTE: If you find all the SPECIAL CHESTS some will only contain Orbs, but if| | you miss some, the others will compensate. | |_____________________________________________________________________________| Before you can get completely around this wall, Scylla rears its ugly head once again. Time for round two! == Scylla Part Two [ BSCY ] == As Scylla grabs you, you will be taken down into the water. As you are hanging on, repeatedly stab Scylla right in the face. After several attacks, you'll end up pulling its ugly mug right into another one of those screws. Finally ending its life. == Volcano Core [W-09] == From Scylla's lifeless body, climb onto the wall here and slide down all the way on the left. Fight off a few crab-spiders and grab the RED CHEST and a SPECIAL CHEST that contains a GORGON EYE. You should now have upgraded health. Now climb all the way up, and at the top you'll find a few grapple points that will swing you to another ledge. As you jump and climb across the ledge after this one, the rock will fall and drop you onto a ramp. Jump off the ramp and really get climbing up this wall, be too slow and you'll sink into the lava. Make your way over a few jumping stones to reach another grapple point to send you flying off onto another wall to climb up. As you make your way around this wall you will have to jump up and back and forth to avoid falling rocks. Climb up safely to escape the volcano's eruption. Unfortunately Atlantis isn't so lucky. == Island of Crete [W-10] == Open both the GREEN CHEST and BLUE CHEST before going forth and saving at the Save Point. Climb up the ladder here and kill the citizens. Before crossing the beam here go to the left and climb down a hidden ladder to reach a SPECIAL CHEST that contains a PHOENIX FEATHER. Now go across the beam. Jump up to the ledge here and move over, drop down to the ledge below and move over, then drop down to the citizens. Kill them all. Open the RED CHEST here before sidling over on the ledge here and jumping up to the one above. Climb over and around the corner here, then drop down to the ledge below. Move over and climb up to the area here. You now have to fight some new enemies, the undead soldiers. Finish them off and any citizen survivors and open the BLUE/GREEN CHEST before climbing the ladder to the right of the chest. You will have to leap between the two ladders here before reaching a platform with a rope and SPECIAL CHEST that contains a GORGON EYE. Once you have made it across the rope, run over the bridge here to fight a few more soldiers. Grab the GREEN CHEST from the right side and a BLUE CHEST from along the way. Jump across the rooftops and drop down into the hole there. Grab both RED CHESTS before pushing the stone block out into the next area. From here, use the block as a barricade to prevent the small amount of archers on the other side from hitting you. Jump up to the upper level and open the BLUE/GREEN CHEST before climbing up another ledge to the left. Grab both of the SPECIAL CHESTS which contain a PHOENIX FEATHER and a MINOTAUR HORN in this circular arena and then slide down the rope to reach a Save Point. Save at the Save Point before entering the Temple of Athena. == Temple of Athena [W-11] == First and foremost pick up Athena's Owl, as it helps to find treasures. Ignore the glowing spot on the floor near the big door as you can't go through here just yet. Instead climb your way up the rope next to it. Pull the lever on the platform to lift yourself up to the next level and climb up the wall. Be sure to destroy the wooden planks in your way. As you enter the next area you will hear some dogs growling and barking, before heading off in their direction open both the GREEN CHEST and BLUE CHEST. Run over along the path and drop down into the dog pit. Pick them up and kick them into the gear here to eventually break it completely. Finish off the remaining dogs and then use the lever on the platform beyond to descend. As you approach the next lever, go to your left to reach a ledge with two SPECIAL CHESTS that contain a PHOENIX FEATHER, you should now have upgraded magic. Now use the lever. Grab hold of the grapple point that gets drawn to you, then hold onto it to get to the next area. Drop down and open the RED CHEST, then repeat a similar act with the next lever. When you make it into the next area you will see a man trapped within some debris. Open the SPECIAL CHEST that contains a GORGON EYE first then use the lever near it to move the giant stone block above him. Climb up and let the block drop with the pull of a lever. Return the block to its original position, then place the man's body on the pressure switch nearby. This will open the gates on the upper level. Go back and drop the block again, this time making sure to get on top of it before it ascends again. Open both of the RED CHESTS here before making your way to yet another rope. You can also destroy the stone citizens for orbs. After leaping across both ropes and into the next building you'll have to fight three Gorgons. At the end of the next hallway is another RED CHEST and to the left is the bathhouse, your next destination. == The Bathhouse [W-12] == Open the SPECIAL CHEST that contains a MINOTAUR HORN just beyond the Save Point then save at the Save Point. Dive into the water and on the opposite side of the chest, break the rocks to gain entry to the next area. At the far end of the pool will be a RED CHEST. Get out of the pool, and along the next walkway will be a BLUE CHEST and a GREEN CHEST. Lift the gate at the end of the path. Ignore the left path for now and head to the path in front of you where someone is calling out. == Gates of Crete [W-13] == To your right will be a large arena with another one of those doors, you still can't open it, but you will get to fight some new enemies in exchange. These armored soldiers can only be broken with fire, without their shields they go down easily enough. After the wave of enemies has been defeated, continue to your left. Follow the short path and slide down another rope to reach another area. Open the RED CHEST and the BLUE/GREEN CHEST before taking on the eagles up ahead. Then just climb up the ledges beyond. == Heraklion [W-14] == Steadily make your trek across the series of beams here to reach a Save Point. To the left you will find a ladder to a SPECIAL CHEST that contains a PHOENIX FEATHER, return and save at the Save Point before continuing into the building. Once inside, head up the stairs and break down the wooden gate before you. When you jump down into the cracked arena below, you will have to fight an armored Cyclops. You ought to know how to handle it...Fire Blades! After defeating the Cyclops break down the fire door before you and open the GREEN CHEST that lay beyond. Climb your way up the spiral staircase here, and break into the next area. But before you jump over to take on those archers, go next to the doorway you just went through to break another wall to reach two RED CHESTS. Drop down and kill the small wave of archers before grabbing two more SPECIAL CHESTS that contain a GORGON EYE and MINOTAUR HORN. Jump back to the rope and climb across. Open both the GREEN CHEST and BLUE CHEST before continuing to the collapsed bridge. Use the grapple point to swing into the room below and you'll have to fight a Minotaur and two soldiers. If you fail to kill them in time, the ceiling will collapse upon you. Open the gate at the end of the room when you are finished. Nab both the GREEN CHEST and BLUE CHEST here and save at the Save Point. == Heraklion Forum [W-15] == Follow the path along to the right to find a room where you'll have to fight three gorgons and some firebirds. After the battle break down the fire door to your right. Climb up the ladder and grab the RED CHEST to your right. Move on to the next area. In order to grab a RED CHEST and a SPECIAL CHEST that holds a MINOTAUR HORN which should upgrade your fire, you will have to purposefully fall off one of the beams here. Then backtrack to this room. After crossing the beams kick open the door in front of you and keep moving along the path. In the next room you'll need to move the tall stone block to the far end to use it as a platform to reach the top ledge. Open the gate to your right then jump back down and move the stone block to that ledge. Do so by moving it through the corridor to the right of this room. Once on the upper ledge again, push the stone to the left and climb up to reach a RED CHEST and a SPECIAL CHEST that contains a PHOENIX FEATHER. Then push the stone block down to the cracked floor and jump down after it. In the next area you'll find the Key of Crete which will allow you to open the giant doors all over the place. Test it out on this new door. == Streets of Heraklion [W-16] == Run along the street here and drop down to fight a small band of skeletal soldiers. After their demise climb up to the ledge on the right and jump down to the next area. Open the GREEN CHEST here and save at the Save Point. Now go into the next area, when you reach the lava flow grab onto the ledge to your left and jump over to the other side. Open the RED CHEST before moving forward. Climb up the ladder at the end of this path and open a SPECIAL CHEST that holds a GORGON EYE, then keep moving to the right. In the next area you'll have to face a wave of those nasty wraiths. _______________________________________________________________________________ | NOTE: If you are having trouble with the Keres Wraith, check out either the | | Bestiary or Frequently Asked Questions sections. | |_____________________________________________________________________________| With the enemies dispatched head off in the direction they came from, you'll find a RED CHEST and a BLUE/GREEN CHEST. As you step foot on the next path the whole floor will begin to crumble beneath you. You need to be quick to escape the death that awaits you if you fall. Just break down the doors in front of you and make sure to land the jumps at the end of the slides and grapple points along the way. If you made it to safety, follow along the path to reach a spot where Kratos will have another flashback. Then open the RED CHEST and SPECIAL CHEST that contains a GORGON EYE and another upgrade for your health before moving onward. Use the lever on the elevator to ascend back to the Save Point before the Temple of Athena. Return to that door you couldn't open before, you now have the key. == Temple of Athena Cont. [W-11.2] == Once through the giant door you will come to an arena where you will have to fight yet another new enemy, the lightning globe thing...yes I know I have some creative names for these baddies. Defeat it and continue into the building. Inside grab the BLUE CHEST and GREEN CHEST before heading left to another area with two SPECIAL CHESTS that contain a PHOENIX FEATHER and a MINOTAUR HORN. Use the key to open the gate here. == Gates of Crete Cont. [W-13.2] == You are now in that left area I told you not to worry about awhile back. After you defeat the small wave of firebirds and armored soldiers, retrace your steps a little bit. Go past that fellow that called out before and open the giant door in this area. Run across the wooden bridge here to reach the Mounts of Aroania. == Mounts of Aroania [W-17] == Open both the GREEN CHEST and BLUE CHEST and save at the Save Point before you continue. When you reach the end of the bridge you'll fight some new acid crab-spiders before climbing up a wall to your left. Fight your way through more of those acid crab-spiders before grabbing a BLUE/GREEN CHEST at the end of the wall. Now climb up on the ledge here to push over the statue here to clear a way to sidle across the corner. After a bit of ledge jumping and sidling, you'll be able to jump over to the platform ahead of you. Doing so will trigger a fight with several of those acid crab-spiders and two Cyclops(s). Before you climb the wall here, break down the ice barrier to your left with your Fire Blades to get two SPECIAL CHESTS that contain a GORGON EYE and PHOENIX FEATHER. Now climb up the wall. Open the GREEN CHEST before breaking down another frozen wall to reach that spartan warrior you saw earlier. To the right and toward the screen you'll find a ladder and a RED CHEST, climb up the ladder to lower an elevator down to the ground. Then drop down and push that bundle of stone blocks onto it. Turn the crank wheel again to lift the blocks to you, and push them to the edge of the platform. Toss the pile into the scaffolding here to release six ice harpies, defeat them then lower the other elevator off in the distance. Get on before it ascends. At the top break down another ice wall to get a SPECIAL CHEST that contains a MINOTAUR HORN before jumping onto the suspended stone block. Climb around to the side and jump off onto the ledges in the distance. Climb over and up onto this first ledge and sidle you way through the small crevice here to find three RED CHESTS. Go back and climb the rest of the way up the ledges. Save at the Save Point before opening the BLUE CHEST and GREEN CHEST. == Chasm of Solace [W-18] == From the chests climb onto the rope here and begin making your way across the chasm. Don't worry about that giant bird flying near you, you're not fighting it...not yet at least. On the other side you'll have to fight more ice harpies and some archers. Grab the RED CHEST near one of the archer platforms before heading into the mountain. Use the grapple point here to swing over to the next ledge, but before going any further jump backward to find a SPECIAL CHEST that contains a PHOENIX FEATHER, and another upgrade for your Magic. Now move forward and grab the GREEN CHEST just inside this next cavern. Before you get very far you'll be attacked by this yeti-like beast, as you use the Fire Blades to break its armor smaller versions will spawn. Defeat them all to keep moving. Break down yet another frozen wall to find a broken bridge with three archers on the other side. Use the block here as cover to get close enough to the archers to kill them. Be careful they use locked arrows to hit you. Then move the block over to the wooden platform before you, it's got two torches near it. Grab both the GREEN CHEST and BLUE CHEST before climbing your way up. Slide along the rope to get to wall that you need to climb. Break the frozen door to your right before continuing to climb up and to the left for another frozen door. Go in through here. Smack the frozen automaton with the Fire Blades to free it, kill it to get a new Gear. Return to that first door you broke open and use the Gear to lift the big gate in the middle. Climb back out and head toward it. Drop down and go inside this nice little cozy room. To the right is a SPECIAL CHEST that holds a GORGON EYE, then open both the GREEN CHEST and BLUE CHEST and save at the Save Point. Dive into the water next to you. == Aroania Pass [W-19] == Before swimming through this underwater waterway, swim toward the screen a ways to find a RED CHEST. Right around a bend you'll have to swim dash through a strong current to reach a grapple point. Pull yourself to it and dash into the large spinning door in front of you. Break through one of its weak areas and find a small hidden area to the right for another RED CHEST. Now you may return to the surface through the opening above. At the end of this next path jump down to fight a swarm of those ice dog things and some ice harpies. Open the BLUE/GREEN CHEST before moving on. As you cross the next bridge open both the GREEN CHEST and BLUE CHEST and go to the right. At the end of another wooden bridge will be a RED CHEST. Return to the two chests and take the left path. As you approach the mid-section of this stone pass, you'll have to face our next Boss. == Erinys [ BERI ]== In the first stage of the fight, Erinys will claw at you, knock you down, and throw two types of void magic at you. You can block, deflect, and even reflect most of these attacks. She can summon three eagles to attack you, but they're not too difficult to kill with a grab or two. After ripping off one of her wings, Erinys starts to fight harder. At this point I'm particularly fond of using the Eye of Atlantis to bring her to the next QTE to rip off her other wing. When you've clipped her wings, she'll grow them anew and transform. In the second stage of the fight, as a giant eagle Erinys will come swooping in at you. Grab hold of her with your blades and force her into the stone floor. Get a few hits in on her and she'll destroy the ground you're standing on. As you slide down the falling debris, grapple onto Erinys and get ready to move fast. She'll throw you onto a small platform which will collapse if you don't get off of it quickly enough. Slide down the final slope and latch onto Erinys to take off into the sky. In the third stage of the fight, you'll be free falling after Erinys. You'll want to dive to pick up speed and catch her, but be sure to avoid the strong gusts of wind her wings will throw at you to slow you down. When you're in range to grab hold of her, ignite your Fire Blades and stab away. After she's had enough both of you will fall to the ground. In the final stage of the fight, all you need to do is avoid her void orbs and get close to her to initiate the final QTE. For defeating Erinys, you'll gain the magic spell Scourge of Erinys. _______________________________________________________________________________ | NOTE: Although you are not immune to attacks when using the Scourge Magic, | | it has the benefit of grouping enemies together for your brutalizing. | |_____________________________________________________________________________| The large open area ahead of Erinys' corpse will spawn a wave of enemies like archers, soldiers and the like. Take them out with your new void powers, then keep along the path. Open two SPECIAL CHESTS that contain a MINOTAUR HORN, and a GORGON EYE and save at the Save Point. Follow this path to reach Sparta. == Sparta [W-20] == Once inside the gates of Sparta, Kratos will only walk, strut is more like it. From the giant statues head left to find a RED CHEST and keep walking into the city. == The Brothel == Here is the infamous sex scene the God of War series is known for. I suggest you give it shot. It's not everyday that Kratos can have an "eight-some"?. By completing the minigame three times you'll get Aphrodite's Ambrosia, which will grant Kratos the new move, Might of Sparta. Once you have your head back in the game, continue through Sparta, and grab the RED CHEST along your way. As you walk through your homeland, you will see two young kids running along. Follow after them to see another one of Kratos' memories. In his memory you must fight Deimos, defeat him and the flashback will end. Walk forward through the now being lifted gate to find a Save Point, and the entrance to the Jails of Sparta. == Jails of Sparta [W-21] == From the Save Point drop down into the jails by using the ladder here. Open both the GREEN CHEST and BLUE CHEST before going forward and opening the gate with the lever. As you enter this arena, the gate opposite you will rise and you will have to fight a few Satyrs, defeat them and the gate to your right will open. Before heading in that direction, break down the first gate on your left for a RED CHEST. At the next gate using the lever will free the Dissenter, and you will have to lift the gate yourself. In this area, break down the gate to your left for a SPECIAL CHEST that contains a MINOTAUR HORN, you can also break down the wall behind where the Dissenter was being kept, to find another SPECIAL CHEST. Now follow after the Dissenter. Open the GREEN CHEST at the end of this right path before taking the right path for another ladder. At the top go to the right for two RED CHESTS before opening the next gate with the lever. You will have to fight some acid crab-spiders and a Minotaur to raise the gate on the other side. This is a good time to see how brutal that Might of Sparta move is. Open both the GREEN CHEST and BLUE CHEST next to you and move on to the next arena. The Dissenter will lower a gate to block himself off from your grasp, but also unleash our next Boss. == Piraeus Lion [ BPIR ] == The Piraeus Lion can be tricky, but it's nothing more than an overgrown cat. It has three main attacks, a swiping claw attack that you can deflect for some punishing payback, a biting attack that will pin you down, and a roar that will stagger you. Other than that, it's just a matter of putting this kitty out of Kratos's way. == The Dissenter [ BDIS ] == Since he has a title and we see it and we fight him. I'm counting him as a Boss, get over it. Just walk up to him, terrorize him, and keep kicking and throwing him through your sealed paths. Pick up his corpse and throw him onto the pressure switch in the next room to lower another ladder. Open the two RED CHESTS here before climbing up. == Mounts of Laconia [W-22] == To your right will be a GREEN CHEST and BLUE CHEST, and in a ditch to your left will be a SPECIAL CHEST that contains a GORGON EYE. After opening all of these, follow the path. Kill the small pack of dogs that will attack you, and climb up the ledges at the end. Be sure to save at the Save Point. Use the grapple point here to reach a small landing, open the RED CHEST here before using the next grapple point. Climb up the wall you land on, and head across this rope here, defeat the two enemies on it and leap over to the next rope. At the end drop down and open the RED CHEST before sidling over the ledges to the right. You'll need to go back and forth between sidling and dropping down to climb around the ledges. At the end you need to drop off the ledge and hit a grapple point. When you reach the next enemy area, you'll need to fight off some gorgons and satyrs. Once defeated, open the BLUE/GREEN CHEST before moving on. Use the grapple point at the end of the path to climb onto another wall. Slide down and grab the RED CHEST before climbing up and taking on some soldier enemies. At the top of the wall head right for a SPECIAL CHEST that contains a PHOENIX FEATHER and then go all the way to the left. Obviously, before you can cross the rope here, you must take out the archers off in the distance. Do so by breaking down the fire door here. Kill the three archers and the one armored solider before grabbing two RED CHESTS. Slide down the rope to reach the rope you skipped just a second ago. Climb your way over. Open the BLUE/GREEN CHEST before climbing up the wall to reach a Save Point. Be sure to save before you head toward the Temple of Ares. == Temple of Ares [W-23] == Once inside the Temple of Ares, head up either side of the stairs. Open up both of the SPECIAL CHESTS which contain a PHOENIX FEATHER, and the last GORGON EYE for the final upgrade to your Health on either side of the throne, and keep heading back into the temple. Fend off your younger reflection and throw him into the mirror. After you crush your...well, you into the mirror you can grab the revealed Skull of Keres. With it you can now return to Atlantis to enter the domain of death. Leave the temple and head out and around to go beyond the temple. Open the RED CHEST that lies upon the way. Around the next bend you'll run back into one of your soldiers who will give you a new weapon, the Arms of Sparta. A powerful shield and spear. As you enter this big area with your new weapon, you'll have to fight a group of archers and soldiers. Kill them with your new arsenal and keep moving. When you reach the Save Point open both the GREEN CHEST and BLUE CHEST before saving. == Path of Reckoning [W-24] == From the Save Point you will have to use your shield to get close to those archers on the other side. Then open the SPECIAL CHEST that contains a MINOTAUR HORN for another upgrade to your Fire, before heading along the path. Use the lever to activate the elevator. _______________________________________________________________________________ | NOTE: You can stand at the far end of the bridge and use the Arms of Sparta | | Spear Throw to kill the enemies without them even attacking you. | |_____________________________________________________________________________| == Mounts of Aroania Cont. [W-17.2] == Make your way back to the bridge you crossed awhile back, and fend off some ice harpies and archers with your spear. On the other side of the bridge, use your spear to collapse the bridge above and use it to climb up to the next ledge. Open the GREEN CHEST and two SPECIAL CHESTS which contain a MINOTAUR HORN, and a PHOENIX FEATHER here before using the lever with the elevator ahead. As you head across another bridge you'll be attacked by one of those yeti-beast things. A few well placed kicks to the face will bring it down fast. Be sure to save at the Save Point ahead, before taking on the Ice Peaks. == Ice Peaks [W-25] == Sidle your way across the ledge here to get across this chasm, then open the RED CHEST and BLUE/GREEN CHEST before crossing the next bridge. Take care of the archers on the other side of the bridge, and jump over. When the bridge ends use the grapple point here to swing over. As you come around the corner you will reach the Shrine of Boreas. == Shrine of Boreas [W-26] == You must use your shield to block the biting forceful wind of the shrine. When you break into the shrine you need to pick up the Horn of Boreas, your final magic spell. It's a lot like the gorgon's gaze only it freezes instead of turning enemies to stone. _______________________________________________________________________________ | NOTE: Much like the Eye of Atlantis, when using the Horn of Boreas, you are | | invincible. Hold down the button to continually use the spell and it | | will slowly drain away your magic, but provides a nice buffer. | |_____________________________________________________________________________| After taking out the wave of soldiers that attack you head into the shrine. Open the SPECIAL CHEST for a MINOTAUR HORN and open the RED CHEST as you enter the shrine. Then follow the path to a Save Point. Save before entering the Canyons of Sorrow. == Canyons of Sorrow [W-27] == Follow the path to reach an area where you will have to fight several wraiths, kick them to death for an easy victory, then grab the GREEN CHEST and BLUE CHEST before sliding down the lava rocks at the end of the path. As you slide be sure to hit that grapple point and slide down another path to reach an area where you must fight some archers and satyrs. Open the BLUE/GREEN CHEST before jumping onto the ledge and onto the next path. Open the GREEN CHEST next to the golden corpse, then break away the debris to the right of it to reach a ledge. Climb up to the ledge and sidle to the right to find a SPECIAL CHEST that contains a MINOTAUR HORN. Move back and climb up the next ledge. At the torch in the corner here, you can climb up the ledges to find two RED CHESTS. To follow after the guy that ran away earlier, you can see where he went via the gold trail. But to reach it, you need to jump from the ledge on the right. At the end of this short path jump over the lava flow and run under the bridge. Kill off the harpies that attack you and go over in the distance and open the BLUE/GREEN CHEST. Head back to the bridge and use the ladder on the left. At the top is a RED CHEST on the left, and a fire door to the right across the bridge. Break it down and go in. Turn the lever to open the gate on the other side of the canyon. Sidle the ledge of the broken bridge to leap over to the other side. Take care of any acid crab-spiders over here. Before going through the now open gate, jump over to the right to reach a SPECIAL CHEST that contains a PHOENIX FEATHER. Jump back and head through the open gate. == River of Lament [W-28] == At the end of the path, you must use your spears to break the stone columns, and then pull down the ceiling. Now climb up on the wall and make your way across. At the bottom of the golden lava, pick up the King's Ring which will grant you 10x the normal Red Orbs. Toward the screen will be another RED CHEST to open. Now you have to keep following the golden trail. But before you climb up the ledge in front of you head to the right to find two RED CHESTS. Atop the ledge will be a SPECIAL CHEST and a Save Point. Save before moving on. Slide down the rope at the end of the path here, making sure to jump to the left at the first ledge to reach a SPECIAL CHEST which contains the final PHOENIX FEATHER and you should get the final upgrade for your Magic. At the bottom be sure to take care of the archers with your spear. Open the GREEN CHEST and then use the crank wheel to lift the large wooden gate before you. Destroy the small wave of armored soldiers in this next area and open the BLUE CHEST. Jump over the lava flow to reach another RED CHEST. Also, keep an eye out for the ledge near that chest for another hidden RED CHEST. Follow the path to find a golden chest and a golden Cyclops, too bad we can't get the chest, but at least we don't fight a Cyclops. Drop down at the end of the path to fight some more soldiers then open the GREEN CHEST and BLUE CHEST. Jump across the platforms straight ahead from the chests for a SPECIAL CHEST that contains a MINOTAUR HORN. Jump back over and run up the path on the right to reach a rope to slide down. Open the RED CHEST slightly hidden to your right. Climb up the rope to your left. If you climb all the way up, you can jump off to find a hidden SPECIAL CHEST. Then climb down the rope and jump off on the ledge below. When you reach the large pool of lava you must jump onto the rocks and jump quickly across else they will burn away. Cornered at the back of this cavern is our next Boss. == King Midas [ BMID ] == This fight is so easy its almost sad, for King Midas that is! All you need do is QTE him to unconsciousness, pick him up and carry him out to the lava flow outside. You will have to fend off some dogs, and keep an eye to make sure when you do that Midas doesn't crawl too far off. Throw him into the lava to finish him off and turn the entire thing into gold. Jump off the ledge here and before you climb the golden wall, head over to the end of the golden flow and jump over to a RED CHEST. Once you climb up the wall grab the BLUE/GREEN CHEST and the RED CHEST before saving at the Save Point. As you approach the exit of the cavern open the RED CHEST before you and leave. Kill the small swarm of soldiers you encounter outside the cave, open the GREEN CHEST here and break down the gate. Inside you will find another SPECIAL CHEST. Follow the path around the corner to find a ladder. Climb up and head into the next arena. Kill the soldiers on the ground and the archers on the ledge. Open the BLUE/GREEN CHEST, and the RED CHEST near the archers. Then continue along your way. Open the RED CHEST before you break down the gate near it. Take care of the archers when you come around the corner, then walk across the beams. When you cross safely, you can throw your spear to break that wooden debris to the right, it will lead to a SPECIAL CHEST. Lift the gate at the end of the path to reach the Port of Atlantis. Save at the Save Point. Head toward the screen to drop down and find two RED CHESTS. Now continue forward. == Port of Atlantis [W-29] == At the port, use the Fire Blades to break the chain near the elevator, then defeat the swarm of lavabirds and three Cyclops. Open the BLUE/GREEN CHEST before breaking the final chain with the Fire Blades to drop the elevator down to the lower level. Run all the way until you reach a SPECIAL CHEST that contains the final MINOTAUR HORN for the final upgrade to your Fire. Then take out the harpies to your left. Open both the GREEN CHEST and BLUE CHEST before using the crank wheel to lower the bridge. == The Vortex [W-30] ==

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