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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…...

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