View Full Version : Stuck in Thailand, Temple of Shivz. (Wii ver)
12-09-2008, 03:48 PM
Pulled the switch, Gone to the left and freed the rope mech, droped back down to the platform and run to the left where im supposed to grapple the ring under where the switch was, and guess what!!!!! There is no ring!!! have reloaded a hundred times, even started all over. What can I do????????? Thanks! :mad2:
12-09-2008, 03:57 PM
If your talking about the switch where you first enter the room, you pull the switch after you have freed the ropes on both sides. Then when you pull the switch the ledge falls and you get the "action moment" and have to fire the grapple at the ring then.
12-09-2008, 04:02 PM
So you are saying not to pull the switch first? free the ropes first then the ring will appear?
12-09-2008, 04:04 PM
Im saying that I free the first rope and go around to swing to the other side and ther is no ring to do that!
12-09-2008, 04:09 PM
The switch by the entrance does not do anything until AFTER you have removed two rings that are holding the ropes. One ring on each side of the room. You will know that the switch worked when you ended up down on the lowest level of the room after the action moment.
This is of course if I understand where you are. If I understand correctly you have not yet gotten either of the gems that are needed to be placed in the Shiva's hands?
12-09-2008, 04:16 PM
At the very first of the temple, there is a switch to your left. If i turn around and go to the right to and free the first rope, drop down and go around to the left and come to a ledge, there is supposed to be a ring to grapple to swing to yhe other side. There is no ring!:mad2:
12-09-2008, 04:25 PM
Now I guess I am confused. On the same level as the switch, on the left as you face into the room you can go up some steps around the corner and jump out to a balance beam then to a small platform with a ring to pull that frees the rope. Work your way back to the switch and take the same kinda of path to the right side of the room. This time you have to jump out to a beam, to another beam and then to the identical small platform as was on the left. Pull the ring and free the second rope. Back to the switch and pull it.
There is a video walkthru for the Wii at www.tombraiderforums.com posted several days ago by MiniDitka you might want to check it out. It is broken into small sections so you do not have to see stuff you have not gotten to yet. Sorry could not be of more help.
12-09-2008, 04:54 PM
OK, Thanks for bearing with me. There's a cut scene where Lara enters the courtyard of the temple of Shiva. nThere's a wooden platform with a switch on the left side. If you pull the switch the ropes appear to be stuck. Facing the into the courtyard, go to the left, up ssme steps, drop down twice, go to the right, jump up once, shimmy to the right jump across to cath another ledge, shimmy around the corner, around another corner climb up, wall jump, climb up, grapple a ring to free one rope. go right, drope down, fallow the stone path, turn left and go to the edge. There is supposed to be a ring to grapple to swing to the other side. There is on ring under the wooden platform! I cant get to the other side.:mad2:
12-09-2008, 05:05 PM
After you pull the ring on the left side, face the ring and turn right. There is a balance beam that you can walk that will take you back toward the switch. The beam takes you to the wall near the entrance, jump to it, work to the left and pull up. You should now be near the switch. The ring on the right side is exactly opposite from the ring on the left side.
12-09-2008, 05:18 PM
I swear to you know who!!!!! You are my hero! I guess i need to stop looking at walkthroughs for other games ! Thank you for staying with me!!!!!!!!!:wave:
12-09-2008, 05:22 PM
you're welcome. The walkthru I pointed out before is for the wii and while it has a few gaps in it is pretty good. You can pass the good around if you will keep track on the treasures you find. There is a thread on this site where we are trying to collect them all and we are still short a couple.
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