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Author: honestgamer (Mod)
Posted: February 18, 2021 (10:45 PM)
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The treasure chest you're talking about on the ledge just out of reach is best reached using the precise technique you described, but you can also jump and glide over to it from a point later in the shrine (which is what I did, because I didn't yet have that ability when I tackled that particular shrine). I actually felt that the shrines in general were better in Immortals than in Zelda, because not so many of them were just battles with that one spidery machine that seemed to guard something like 30 of them, but to each his own. One other note: exploring the final area isn't so much fun because of all the cold air that prevents you from just joyously exploring the harsh terrain. At least, that was it for me... though I still did very nearly everything in the game and have the achievements to prove it!

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