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Lord of the Rings The Two Towers Walkthrough
Helm's Deep - The Deeping Wall

This is an annoying level because it takes a while to figure out what they're trying to get you to do! In essence you are a ladder-kicker. A little map on your screen shows you where ladders have been put up against the walls. Red squares show up there. Concentrate on running to the red squares and kicking down each ladder with the circle button. Run, kick. Run, kick. Kill some monsters on the way but mostly run, kick. The catapults will come in and start lobbing fiery balls at you. Run, kick. Now archers show up. Run, kick. Oh wait, you're falling back now. Very very short level. Since you're mostly dodging enemies you don't get lots of points, although you can try to rack them up if you'd like.

I got 3730 and good, and was now at level 7.

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