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Episode 8 Now that the heroes are back together, it's time for revenge.
The Contessa's ties to the Klaww Gang have been exposed, so she has fortified herself at her castle estate. Constable Neyla has also gathered her own troops with backing from Interpol, planning to assault the castle any day now. Before that happens, the heroes will have to sneak into the castle themselves and retrieve Clockwerk's eyes.
The safehouse is located in a quiet little building in the village. When searching for clue bottles, don't forget to check the rooftops, the docks, and the ends of the rails and pipes. This episode's safe is located in the guard tower at the castle.
Here is the special loot in this episode: Crystal Vase coins - On top of the main gate to the courtyard in front of the castle. To reach it, get to the rooftop of the main keep, via sidling along ledges and climbing pipes, and then paraglide down towards the gate.
Royal Tiara coins - Trapped loot. At the cemetery areas near the castle. Jeweled Crown coins - Trapped loot. On an upper exterior walkway at the castle. Know Your Enemy The starting beacon is located on the rooftop across from the safehouse.
Before the heroes can take on the Contessa, they should get more information on the area. Sly needs to take four photos at first: Boat - The vessel moving around in the river.
The heroes can ride it to cross between the castle area and the village. Blimp - The blimp flying above the river. This is the same blimp the Contessa has used to escape from the prison. Assault Tank - One of the Contessa's tanks with a red searchlight in the castle area.
It will attack any intruders it detects. Neyla's HQ - The old bank not far from the safehouse. Constable Neyla is commanding her forces including the tanks with the blue searchlights from there. Then, Sly needs to take five photos inside the re-education tower, which is located high up at the castle.
Its front door is locked, so Sly will have to swing across the hook at its side and climb up the pipe along its back to reach the window in its roof. Enter through it to see a little chamber of horrors: Carmelita - The inspector tied to the rack.
Looks like the heroes will have to save Inspector Fox. Clockwerk's Eyes - The metal eyes on the beam emitter. Mind Shuffler - The control panel connected to the emitter.
Shadow Guard - The Contessa's elite guards. They are standing past the rack. Old Terminal - The terminal next to where Sly is standing at. It seems to be inactive. Take all the necessary photos to complete this mission. Exit Theatre Mode Mission 2 Sly: Ghost Capture The starting beacon is located on top of a mausoleum at the cemetery areas near the castle.Includes such stories as "Doubtful Dog" by Eleanor Hammond, "Old Sly Eye" by Russell Gordon Carter, "How to Win a Bike" by Marie L Coleman, "The Story of Dr Dolittle" by Hugh Lofting, "Handy Sandy" by Jed F Shaw, "A School for Felipe" by Florence Wightman Rowland, and "The Enchanted Palace" by Madame de Beaumont benjaminpohle.com: Nila Barton, ; Hart, Hazel C; Clara Belle Baker (Eds) Smith.
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Besides his right blind eye and the scar that goes from right above the eyebrow to the other side of his muzzle, Captain Seth-Eye.
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