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Lord of the Rings The Two Towers Walkthrough
Fangorn Forest

Don't they always tell you in horror movies that you should "split up to find someone"?? These guys do that right away. Ah well. Slash through the branch and head into the tree. Come out to meet the cave troll. This has AWFUL ANGLES and 99% of the time you can't even see the troll!! Why won't they let you rotate the camera view??

Anyway. There's not even a damage indicator for you to tell if he's being hurt or not. But arrows seem to bounce right off of him. So do the strong-slash at him a few times with the triangle and eventually he'll die. Slash through the fence.

You'll see orcs having fun with a monster-in-a-pit. Interrupt them. I have tons of fun kicking the enemies down into the pit! He he he. Go past to the water, and then into the waterfall. Cave Troll #2. Warning - if you die here you back to the FIRST cave troll and have to kill him again. So try to stay alive. More hacking to kill him.

OK, through more enemies. Great, it gets worse. Now there are TWO cave trolls. If you break the wood on the right, there's a full health in there. You might need it. Hack through one (luckily they don't seem bright enough to gang up on you) and then through the second one.

The chest behind these guys is empty. Now you meet up with your other friends, and you're done with this level.

I got 5604 - good.

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