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  Indiana Jones and the Emperor's Tomb

INTRODUCTION


Indiana Jones has become a modern day legend. His fedora and whip have become symbols of adventure and exploration. He's fathered many spin offs and spoofs. He's sought famous artifacts across the globe from Egypt to the lost continent of Atlantis.

His life is a mystery in itself, its enigmas illuminated by movies, books, and games. Each story unearths new artifacts and new details about our unlikely hero. And now we have the pleasure of guiding Indiana Jones to the tomb of the First Emperor of China.

If you remember in the beginning of Temple of Doom, Indiana Jones sits down to have a few drinks with some "bad guys". He asks for a certain diamond in exchange for...yep, now you remember...the remains of the FIRST EMPEROR! So here we are making history. In this guide I hope to help you to lead Indy to the Emperor's Tomb, so that we in turn can have yet another part of his "fortune and glory".

- Indiana T. Hart www.T2Adventure.com


CONTROLS (XBox)


Left Stick - MOVE/NAVIGATE MENUS
Right Stick - CAMERA VIEW
D-Pad - INVENTORY/NAVIGATE MENUS

Start Button - PAUSE

Right Trigger - GUARD MODE
Left Trigger - LOOK MODE

White Button - RELOAD AMMO
Black Button - DRAW/HOLSTER LAST ITEM USED

A Button - PRIMARY ATTACK
B Button - JUMP
X Button - SECONDARY ATTACK
Y Button - ACTION


GAMEPLAY


Indiana Jones and the Emperor's Tomb is designed much like the other Jones games in existence, you will find many chances to fight hand-to-hand, solve perplexing puzzles, and watch engaging cut scenes. All of these aspects and more were created to draw you into the game and make you a part of the action. Even the manual of Emperor's Tomb was created to make you a part of the action. Read all you can in the manual, you will learn many techniques that will make your game play more exciting and more realistic.


INVENTORY


Below are all the many Weapons, Tools, and Artifacts you can pick up throughout the game. I will add them in the order they are received in the game.

WEAPONS

1. Hand-to-hand
- By far my favorite "weapon". All I can do here is offer praises to the game's designers for giving Indy so many different moves. Indy's fist fights have always been exciting; and now you're the one throwing the punches! (Study pages 20 and 21 of your manual to understand the full use of your fists!)

2. Whip
- The trademark weapon of Indiana Jones. Primary attack can be used to swing you over obstacles, snap at the bad guys, and even wrap around an enemy's neck pulling him to you just so you can punch him away again. Secondary attack can be useful as a defense against multiple enemies as it swings in a wide circle around you, forcing everyone back. Use the whip to disarm enemies, it will put the fight more in your favor.

3. Revolver
- The Webley 6-shooter Indy recieved from a friend in the Amazon (Read the Indy novels for background). This powerful weapon could be heard, or in this case, will be heard above all other gun fire in Marion's Tibetan bar (Raiders of the Lost Ark). Primary attack will fire the weapon. Secondary, will melee your enemy if he's close enough.

4. Machete
- Nothing beats a good ol' fashioned sword fight. Slash with your primary, stab with your secondary.

5. Shovel
- It's strange to have a tool in the weapons section, but the shovel is one heck of a weapon. Primary will swing the shovel. Secondary will jab the handle at the enemy.

6. Bottle
- The classic bar-fight weapon. The bottle is a dangerous weapon. It can be thrown and used to bash an enemy.

7. Chair
- WWE anyone? Pick up a chair and throw it at or hit your enemy with it. It carries some nasty force.

8. Shotgun
- "This should even up the odds." Blow your enemies to pieces with the classic two barrel shotgun.

9. Luger
- A powerful handgun carried by Nazi soldiers and agents.

10. MP40-SMG
- Now this is a gun! This sub-machine gun makes a handy piece of equipment when it comes to taking on numerous enemies.

11. Throwing Knives
- Bond anyone? These little guys make a nice reusable weapon.

12. VITRIOL
- Sulfuric Acid used to defeat the Monster in the Laboratory. In reality, Vitriol means something extremely important to Alchemists. It is Sulfuric Acid which eats through anything except Gold. Also, VITRIOL is a little known acronymn for the Path. Visita Interiora Terrae Rectificando Occultum Lapidem: "Visit the innermost parts of the Earth, rectify what you find there, and you will discover the Hidden Stone." Simply put, this is saying to look within yourself to discover your hidden potential.

13. Turkish Knife
- The machete of the desert.

14. Grenades
- Combat explosive. Need I say more?

15. Machine Gun Turret
- Stationary high-powered machine gun. Use it by standing behind it and pressing Y. Use the LEFT THUMBSTICK to aim (I wish it were the Right Thumbstick). Press A to fire.

16. Mauser
- A small yet powerful handgun carried by Nazi ground troops.

17. Speargun
- An effective underwater weapon which fires spears with explosive tips. A variation of this weapon is the Super Speargun which can hold 300 spears!

18. Sword
- A bladed weapon used by some of warriors Indy encountered in China.

19. Throwing Knives - Small bladed weapon used to impale an enemy from a distance.

20. Panzerschrek
- A World War II era anti-tank gun.

21. Chinese Spear
- Ancient weapon carried by some Chinese warrior guards.

22. Crossbow
- Ancient weapon used across the globe by many civilizations in their Medival Eras.

23. Pa Cheng
- I didn't know whether to file this as an artifact or a weapon. I decided a weapon was best, but I listed it under all the sections. This is an awesome tri-bladed weapon which can defeat both the natural and the supernatural. By holding the right trigger you can create a protective shield around yourself.


TOOLS


1. Ceylon Map
- It never hurts to have a map, but remember... "X never marks the spot" (Or so Indy thought)

2. Canteen
- A full grown man should consume 8 glasses of water minimum everyday, Indy on the other hand should guzzle the stuff down whenever he can. Use your primary to pour HOH (the correct chemical formula for water) down your throat. Fill the canteen whenever possible using the fountains marked with a blue symbol. (See page 27)

3. Medkit
- A quick fix for those bad field injuries.

4. Demo Charge
- An emensely powerful explosive designed to blow away rock and stone when they are "in your way".

5. Skulls
- Who would have thought that a dead person would save a living persons life? Use the skulls to distract enemies as you slip around behind.

6. Castle Map
- Keep track of where you are in the Prague Castle.

7. Istanbul Map
The Sunken City can be hard to navigate. Keep this map handy!

8. Iron Skin Poition
- This strange concoction makes Indy invincible for a short time.

9. Oxygen Tank - This little device is a must if you plan to spend longer than 2 minutes under water.

10. Security Papers
- Nazi authorization papers Indy used to get past the guards in the Lagoon.

11. Nazi Uniform
- Indy put this on to get past the Nazi guards.

12. Tiger Strength Poition
- This poition gives Indy super- strength for a limited time.

13. Health Poition
- The medkit of the mystical world.

14. Pa Cheng
- (see weapons section)


ARTIFACTS


1. Idol of Ramba Vihara
- Indy always seems to be seeking Idols. I suppose it's the obsession with fortune and glory which drives him. This is just one of the many Idols that Indy will recover throughout his lifetime.

2. Mahavatu Mask
- A small, but significant artifact Indy finds in the Lost City.

3. Port Legombo Relic
- A small plate-like artifact Indy found in the Palace of Forgotten Kings.

4. The Idol of Kouru Watu
- I won't reveal its secrets here. Beat the first Chapter and find ut for yourself. :-)

5. The Medallion of Mibuse
- A silver medallion Indy found in a library in Prague castle.

6. Crown
- One of four items which Indy used to solve the Astrologer's Puzzle.

7. Broken Sword

- One of four items which Indy used to solve the Astrologer's Puzzle.

8. Stochov Fragment
- A stone tablet found hidden in a chamber beneath the observatory.

9. Vega's Manifesto
- A scroll found in the observation tower of a castle in Prague. One of four items which Indy used to solve the Astrologer's Puzzle.

10. Cistercian Mask - A gold mask Indy found in a Bell Tower.

11. Soul Cyrstal - A very strange rock, Indy found hidden inside an odd tower. One of four items which Indy used to solve the Astrologer's Puzzle.

12. Dragon Shard
- A piece of the Mirror of Dreams.

13. Piri Reib Manuscript
- Indy found this ancient document sitting on a shelf in Istanbul.

14. Ottoman seal
- Indy found this seal in the ruins of a mosque in Istanbul. (NOTE: This artifact was mistakenly shown in section B of the game, when it is really in section C.)

15. Delian Proclamation
- Stone Tablet Indy found inside the Sunken City.

16. Kraken Coin
- 1 of 4 ancient coins Indy found within the Sunken City.

17. Seahorse Coin
- 1 of 4 ancient coins Indy found within the Sunken City.

18. Trident Coin
- 1 of 4 ancient coins Indy found within the Sunken City.

19. Wine Coin
- 1 of 4 ancient coins Indy found within the Sunken City.

20. Mirror Fragment
- A piece of the Mirror of Dreams found in the Kraken's Lair. Anyone know what this fragement is depicting?

21. Tai-Tsu Mask
- Artifact Indy found in the Golden Lotus Club.

22. Longshan Idol
- Artifact Indy found in the Golden Lotus Club. In a dressing room, of all places!

23. Chinese Seal
- A metallic disc Indy found in a crate on the side of the Streets of Hong Kong.

24. Sancai Plate
- An ancient silver plate Indy found in the Lagoon of Peng Lai.

25. Sima Qian Shiji Scroll
- Indy found this artifacts in a heavy guarded compound in Peng Lai.

26. Tablet of Longjian
- This tablet was about to be transported back to Berlin by U-Boat when Indy stole it from the Nazis.

27. Gui Jian Scroll - Scroll found in the mountain complex.

28. Zhao Mo Ryton
- Idol Indy found in the Nazi's mountain compound.

29. Changan Stone
- This tablet was hidden in the Peng Lai Gondola complex.

30. Mask of Cambaluc
- Ancient Chinese mask Indy found in a locked chamber in the Fortress of the Black Dragon.

31. Qi Marble Stela
- Tablet found in the courtyard of the Black Dragon Fortress.

32. Yuan Xiang
- Idol Indy found in an elevator shaft in the Fortress of the Black Dragon.

33. Yuyoa Pan - Artifact found on Indy's descent into the Temple of Kong Tien.

34. Liaonong Mianjin - A mask Indy found in the Temple of Kong Tien which glows an eire green.

35. Henan Bei
- Tablet found outside the Temple

36. Pa Cheng
- (see weapons section)

37. The Mirror of Dreams
- A powerful artifact with many uses. Play the game to find out. It's used throughout the storyline.

38. Shang Statuette
- Idol that Indy found in the outer sanctum of the Temple of Kong Tien.

39. Qin Lawbook
- Indy found this scroll while Mei Ying was fighting on his behalf.

40. Jade Luibo Board
- Green tablet Indy found hidden in a chamber above the passage into the Temple. He found the way to it using the Mirror.

41. Halberd Plate
- Indy found this gold plate on the Wall of Dreams.

42. Goa Burial Mask
- A Netherworld artifact Indy found while in a sticky situation.

43. Shi Huangoi Cong Tablet
- Indy found this artifact in the Emperor's Crypt.

44. Heart of the Dragon
- This artifact was lodged in the mouth of the First Emperor's corpse.

45. Remains of the First Emperor
- This artifact isn't offically in the game, but any Indy fan knows that Indy recovered the Emperor's remains and handed them over to Lao Che in exchange for some gold coins...wait...he said a diamond, Loa! Okay a diamond...wait...now an antidote! *Sigh* Such is the life of Indiana Jones!


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