Yank the lever here and quickly head back below. Do I need do drop acid to figure this out. Game Guide. After solving the puzzle of Hera's Garden / Hedge Maze you'll have to cross a large gap using Harpies. Once it's hovering somewhat near the area, grapple it and direct it up and to the right, positioning yourself as near to the high ledge as possible. After the cutscene, look to the right for some shimmering gold particles in the air. Head right to find a secret area with two more chests with Red Orbs inside. The top of the Labyrinth is a grid of squares. Open the Gates of Tisiphone and head into the Pit of Tartarus. How do I grab the harpy in the labyrinth? After killing the Posedon Princess, run through the now-open gate and you'll find another bronze statue of Pandora. On the right side of this bridge is a wooden structure and some health and magic chests. On top of a moving cube you'll fight a large pack of Cylcopes, armored and unarmored. After activating the heat switch, turn around and jump onto the platform behind it. Click here to see this location in the Walkthrough. Approach the Flame of Olympus for the first time and you'll trigger a lengthy cutscene. I never said it was a piece of crap. Totally kills the pacing of the game. 2 scales are filled with water. Hop over to the far left across the broken stairs to score a pair of chests with Red Orbs inside and a Special Item Chest. Escape Hera's Garden / Hedge Maze and you'll eventually find yourself back in the Caverns. Two hidden chests lie at either end of the room. Expose them with the Head of Helios -- one is a "Special Item Chest.". Hera's Chalice (health meter slowly drains over time, but never completely empties): It is located to the left of where Hera falls in the garden. He should be canned immediately. You'll find two Red Orb-filled chests here in addition to a special item chest. Cross it and continue counterclockwise around the walkway that circles the upper area. 3. Here is a list of the late-game "Special Item Chests" that will be filled with Red Orbs if you follow our guide precisely. Enter Tartarus via Hephaestus' Forge. Defeat Hercules and you'll find yourself in the waterways below the Forum. How do you move the fallen tree in your path five minutes into the game? Search this area for a broken staircase you can leap across to reach a ledge with two Red orb-filled chests and a chest with a Gorgon Eye. I really hope whoever came up with this puzzle is tortured and fired. After decapitating Helios, look along the right side of the area for a shimmery spot in the air. Look to the right to enter a well-hidden nook behind the huge statue's head to score a Phoenix Feather in a chest. At the bottom of the pole, drop to the ground and run towards the screen. When you emerge into the light again, turn to the left to find a chest with a Gorgon Eye inside. To the left of the door is an obscured chest. A secret nook behind a waterfall in the cliff side to the far left holds a chest with a Gorgon Eye inside. Use the Head of Helios to expose a chest, In the final room before leaving the Heart of the Labyrinth you'll be forced to fight several dozen enemies. At the entrance to Hades, swing across the gap using the grapple point but don't jump onto the far pillar. This puzzling room has five blue Hyperian Gates and a pair of golden ones as well. Theory of relativety. One would contain a Gorgon Eye but will be filled with Red Orbs now if you've been following the guide. Along the far right side you can expose a chest with the Head of Helios. Flash the Head of Helios at the wall to expose a secret passage. To get here you'll have to use a Harpy. If you successfully make it to the rope you can continue over to your prizes in the nook on the high left side of the room. I only have beer, so I guess this puzzle is going to be beyond me. Take the Hyperian Gate to the upper level. You solve the puzzle while viewing the scene in this vantage therefore the pieces just fit. I do love gamefaqs for the fact that..... every enemy is easy, every puzzle is easy. When you come to the platform under the three massive Judges of the Underworld, a veritable goldmine can be found along the left side of the area. Strangely enough, the chests you found in this area before reappear for your second visit. Shine the Head of Helios on this to reveal a chest. Shoot the harpoon through the portal on the far wall. Crawl around to the top and ride it down. Released for the PlayStation 3 (PS3) console on March 16, 2010, the game is the fifth installment in the God of War series, the final chapter of the greek era of the series, the seventh game chronologically, and the sequel to 2007's God of War II. One would contain a Minotaur Horn but will be filled with Red Orbs now if you've been following the guide. The stairs line up perfectly because of your relative vantage point. You'll need to hop out towards the screen, then quickly double-jump towards the rope and float to it using the Wings of Icarus. Look on the top of a cube along the bottom/right side for a cloud of shimmering dust. Near the two supply chests there's an extremely well-hidden chest. I just hate seeing garbage put in a game just to extend the time to finish it. After rescuing Pandora from the water-filled box, search the left side for a sparkling cloud of dust. I just killed Hades and Im stuck in the room with Hephaestus trying to get up to the portal. Cross the massive chamber to the nook with the large chain passing through it. On your way down the curving path, look out for a chest on the right side with a Phoenix Feather inside. Use this to get onto the ledges on the right side. Just before the sequence in which you fly up the long Chain of Balance you'll battle Wraiths and archers on a bridge. A complete list of Godly Possessions, Minotaur Horns, Gorgon Eyes and Phoenix Feathers is below. Don't take it to the exit just yet. Bring Hera to the first steps on the right. Inside is a Minotaur Horn. Ride the current up to the platform above and grab it. After the cutscene with Hera you'll be allowed to freely explore the maze. One is above the other, and you'll need to double-jump and float over to them. It will travel through the left gate, but it will miss the blue gate on the right, sticking in the wall across the room above another nook with a treasure chest along the right wall. This game has kicked total ass for 10 hours and now I get to this ridiculous game-killing puzzle. Before heading up the stairs to confront Zeus in the final battle, search this area for some chests -- they've all reappeared in their previous places even if you've collected them earlier in the game.