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Tomb Raider Underworld Strategy Guide 15: Coastal Thailand, Part 7

Updated on February 19, 2009

Take the doorway that is revealed.  Follow a hallway until it comes to a room with a pressure plate on the floor.  Step on it, and soon some lizards will come from the holes in the walls.  Shoot them all, and take the new doorway out.  Keep running down a hall, and you will find a place with a doorway blocked by rubble. 


After a cut scene, you will find a way to open the door using the gauntlet.  Go ahead and take care of it, and then go to the area with the tree.  She will talk about a map, and apparently her father took the map that was in the room.  You will then need to get out of there. 


The first step is to find the ledges on the round area of the tree area.  When you have found them, hang off them and drop down until you are on a safe ledge.  You will discover that you have the ability to turn the giant island in the middle of the room.  Grab a hold of it, and walk to the right, turning the island to the left. 


Jump on the narrow ledge to the left, and use the three horizontal poles to flip to a ledge on the other side.  You can grab the bridge on the island and move it by pulling, turning it counter-clockwise.  Move it as far as you can, but what you need to do is walk around it to the other side.  From there, you will need to grab it again and push it as far as the game will allow you.  Do not neglect this last step. 


From there, use the poles on this opposite site to get back to a ledge, then jump to the smaller ledge from there.  Grab the wall again, and walk to the right.  This will turn the bridge more to the left.  When it is in the right place, it will line up perfectly with a cutscene. 


Go ahead and jump up the ledges and cross to the other side.  Open the door as you did before.  From there will be an area that you will need to grapple across to get to the other side. 


On the opposite side, there is a ledge to the left.  Jump up to it, and then up another one.  You will then need to sideways jump left, and you can grab onto a pole.  Your weight on the pole causes a door to open underwater. 


As soon as its all the way open, jump in and start swimming.  You will soon come to one of those cranks that can open a doorway under water.  Use it you will soon end the level.


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