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    |___________________ Broken Sword 2: The Smoking Mirror __________________|
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    | Broken Sword                                                            |
    | Version: 1.8                                                            |
    | Author: Samy                                                            |
    | E-mail: samy171@hotmail.com                                             |
    | Country: Greece                                                         |
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    | System: PlayStation/ PC                                                 |
    | Developer/ Publisher: Revolution                                        |
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    |    For now, this walkthrough can be found at the following locations:   |
    |                    - GameFAQs (http://www.gamefaqs.com)                 |
    |                    - V.G. Strategies (http://vgstrategies.about.com)    |
    |                    - Gaming Planet (http://www.gamingplanet.com)        |
    |                    - Console Gamer (http://www.console-gamer.com)       |
    | If you found this walkthrough elsewhere, please e-mail me ASAP so legal |
    | actions could be taken. Thanks...                                       |
    |   • This Walkthrough is made upon the European Version of the game •    |
    | I• Overlook                                                             |
       I• Overlook
      II• Introduction
     III• About the Author
      IV• The Walkthrough
        - Paris
        - Marseilles
        - Quaramonte
        - The Jungle
        - The Carribean
        - Zombie Island
        - The Carribean (Pyramid)
       V• End of walkthrough
      VI• Version Info
     VII• Thanks to...
    VIII• Disclaimer
    | II• Introduction                                                        |
       Within the world of point and click adventure games, the PlayStation 
    manages to have little good ones compared to his (indirect) rival, the PC. 
    This is mainly because the PC has the advantage of the mouse (POINT and 
    CLICK, see?). Ok, there is also the SONY mouse but, hey you haven't bought 
    a PSX in order to get a mouse have you?
       So are there any good point & click adventure games for the PSX? Well, 
    lucky you, yes! In fact, the Broken Swords series rules but you can also 
    find other, rather good P.&C. adventure games for your favorite console! I 
    would recommend you to check out some of the Microids ones (The Amerzone, 
    Dracula Resurrection... But in no way The last report, no, not even for a 
    friend you hate...).
       So here is a walkthrough for the sequel of Broken Sword. I know there 
    are, at least, 2 other walkthroughs/FAQ's for this game BUT, this one is 
    different! Inspired by the EXCELLENT Silent Hill Plot Guide of President 
    Evil <presidentevil@evil-online.com>, that I invite you to read at 
    gamefaqs.com, I decided apply this idea, do a walkthrough look like a real 
    story, on Broken Sword 2. I'm in no way gonna make a thesis like him as I 
    don't feel too capable of this yet. I'm just gonna stick on this 
    walkthrough. 'Hope you'll enjoy this guide as much as me writing it!
    | III• About the Author                                                   |
       Not that this section is absolutely necessary, but you may want to know 
    who wrote this and maybe would care in seeing some other works he may have 
    done. I particularly like to find this section (dealing about the author)in 
    a walkthrough as it allows a certain relation between an author and his 
       If you found this walkthrough at GameFAQs, you should try and click on 
    my name next to the title of my walkthrough as you can find all my work 
    listed there. If you found this elsewhere, I'll tell you a little of my 
    previous works below.
       You must first know that I'm specialized more in platform games 
    walkthroughs and guides. I'm the author of the -only- complete Toy Story 2 
    guide on the net (couldn't find another one that was complete!). I've also 
    wrote a Spyro 2 and Overblood 2 Walkthrough. The Amerzone was my first and 
    only point& click walkthrough and I think I made a good job on it. I also 
    tried to go into racing game guides. Not being straightforward, it was 
    kinda hard but I managed to do an Endurance Guide for Gran Turismo 2. I'm 
    now comin' with another point& click walkthrough. Broken Sword 2. I'm 
    trying to do this walkthrough different from any other one I may have wrote 
    'till now. In fact, what I want to do is to make it look like a story. I 
    mean, when YOU read this walkthrough I don't want you to think "Pfiu, well 
    yet another walkthrough for B.S. 2", NO, I want you to think "Hey, I 
    appreciated reading this walkthrough as it does not talk to me as if I was 
    a stupid monkey but deals about it more deeply! Who's the author?"
       I hope that after reading it, this would be your thought. Oh, I'm open 
    to any proposition, criticism, admiration, consternation or exaltation 
    mails... My e-mail? samy171@hotmail.com  
    | IV• The Walkthrough                                                     |
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    |    Ahead you will find SPOILERS. I strongly suggest that you, not only  |
    | play, but also complete the game before reading this. Maybe while re-   |
    | playing the game would you appreciate this walkthrough. Anyway, it had  |
    | to be said. Enjoy...                                                    |
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       After successfully resolving the Templars secret, George Stobart, a 
    young and handsome American tourist has to leave his girlfriend, Nicole 
    Collard, in order to go and see his ill father. 
       Back in France, George finds that Nico has changed. Apparently she has 
    found another man, but also an Intriguing Stone. In order to have some more 
    information's about this stone, Nico asks George to come with her in order 
    to see a famous archeologist, Professor Oubier. 
       As they are walking toward the beautiful villa of the professor, the 
    game shows some "flash's". These seems to be a comparison or a strange fact 
    that occurs in the same time. So as our two heroes are approaching this 
    intriguing house, the intro opens on a Pyramid, a big pyramid with some 
    kind of adepts in front of it...
       George knocks at the door. Strangely, an Indian man opens it not really 
    looking like a professor or something. George starts to have a bad feeling  
    about all this story. While walking up the house's stairs, the game shows 
    us a man (seems like an Indian although I'm not sure) tied up, walking on 
    some steps. Steps of a Pyramid. This like if George and Nico were compared 
    to him. 
       The Indian opens a door's room and let his two guests get in first. 
    Suddenly, the man hits George on the head (*Now here's some action*) that 
    falls like a stone on a wheelchair... Nico, has no time to react because a 
    small poisoned dart just hit her on the neck. She falls unconscious on the 
    floor with the dart hitting the ground next to her.
       The Indian, seeing George on the chair, decides to tie him up. At the 
    same time, the other man, the one who threw the poisoned dart, lay a box 
    down on the floor. Meanwhile, on the Pyramid, the sacrifice of the tied up 
    man seen before takes place, seeing a sorcerer taking the heart of the poor 
    man out of his ribcage. The spider not being challenging enough for George, 
    the Indian man, taking Nico, throws a petrol lamp down on the carpet that 
    sets on fire immediately.
    (*That's all about the Intro, I think*)
       As George wakes up with a terrible headache, a threatening Tarantula is 
    walking toward him. Luckily, he found that the bookcase next to him is 
    maintained only by a little piece of wood. Reacting fast, he kicks off the 
    piece. The heavy bookcase falls on the tarantula making a spider soup.
       George have now to get rid of his ties. A  piece of metal getting out of 
    the wall just behind of where the bookcase was, is exactly what he needs.
       Being free, Georgie thinks that he can now escape. Unfortunately, the 
    door is blocked by the fire and the windows by solid bars. No problem, as a 
    tourist, George decides to check out the room. He soon finds Nico's bag 
    under a window. It surely felt there when she's been hit by the dart... 
    Inside, he takes her lipstick, a note, and some exotic panties. Well, you 
    never know when it could be of some use... Searching around the room, he 
    opens the drawer of the cabinet next to the window. Inside he founds a 
    small decorated pot. Also, just above this drawer, in the cabinet, he 
    founds a bottle of tequila. Our alcoholic hero, after just preventing 
    himself of swallowing the worm, decides to take the small repugnant dead 
    animal as a "souvenir" of this tremendous day. 
       George being prisoner in a burning house, has to find a solution 
    quickly. Searching a way to extinguish the fire, he notices a siphon on the 
    cabinet next to the door. Unfortunately, there is no gas in the siphon. 
    Wanting to open the cabinet just under the siphon, he founds out that this 
    one is locked. Argg, being sure that the solution to extinguish the fire is 
    inside the cabinet, he really wants to open it. But how? Hey... What's this 
    at one corner of the carpet? The poisoned dart that hit Nico minutes 
    before. He takes it and, in a genius inspiration, he manages to open the 
    cabinet. Inside? A cylinder! Too hot to take it with his bare hands, George 
    uses the panties found in Nico's bag in order to get hold of it. Using it 
    on the empty siphon, he just made a ready to use fire-extinguisher... Using 
    it on the fire, he burst his way out of the room.
       George finds himself in the hallway without any clue of where to find 
    Nico. Re-reading the note found in Nico's handbag, he decides desperately 
    to call his rival, André Lobineau. As George knows the feelings of André 
    about him and Nico, he tries to call him calmly. After a brief explanation 
    of George, André tells him to meet at the café of Maufauçon. While hanging 
    down the phone, George notices a newspaper dealing of a total eclipse of 
    the sun that could be visible from Mexico. While getting hold of it, a 
    small piece of paper falls from inside the newspaper. It was a bank 
    statement of our famous professor. Weird! He retrieved a lot of money from 
    Marseilles, a big town south of France next to the Mediterranean sea.
       Wanting to go out of the house, George founds out that the house door is 
    locked. Of course he don't have the key. Having no solution for this 
    problem, George searches in his –large- pockets. While looking at the pot 
    he found in the drawer, a key falls... Lucky, it was the house key. George 
    now goes to the café decided to find his Girlfriend...
       George arrives soon at the café without finding Lobineau there. This 
    place, Maufauçon, brings back a lot of memories at him. This was where he 
    explored the sewers in order to meet a secret reunion of the Templars about 
    six months ago. Not willing to make a trip in the sewers again, he decides 
    to wait for André at café. But, that man next to him seems familiar. 
    Approaching, he recognize the inspector that prevented him to enter these 
    same sewers a couple of months before. George engages a conversation with 
    him and soon founds out that he is not in the police anymore. What's more, 
    he seems to have turned alcoholic after that. 
       Thirsty, George calls the waiter. He IGNORES him. French waiters seems 
    to be really rude with strangers... Insisting, George manages to get a cup 
    of coffee... George talking to the waiter about Oubier and André and finds 
    out that Oubier has been suspected of killing his wife a couple of years 
    before. What's more, lack of proofs prevented him from being arrested. 
       That is when André comes. André is a young French student in history 
    with a characteristic blond pony tail that makes him look kinda weird. 
    George informing him of the situation more deeply, André shows George the 
    Stone that may have killed him. It was some kind of Mayan Stone showing, 
    what seems like, a coyote. George showing the odd pot he found at the 
    professor's house, manages to get the address of a friend of André that 
    could be found at the Glease gallery. After thanking André for his help, 
    George talks about his girlfriend at the ex-inspector. The Old depressive 
    man, brings his head into his hands. This is when George takes the old 
    man's little alcoholic drink that may come in handy. Having now another 
    lead, the Glease Gallery, George decides to go there.
       Meanwhile, at Marseilles, Nico's being interrogated by Karzac about the 
    same Mayan stone. Nico tries, without success, to build up a story in order 
    to protect André. Karzac decides to interrogate the young lady the next day 
    with the help of Pablo, Oubier's butler. 
       Arriving at the Glease Gallery, George founds out that it was stylish 
    and class, but by the other way, had very few customers, only some 
    tourists, an art critic and the owner. Mr. Glease, the owner looked like 
    André in older. With the same eyes, same expression and, most important, 
    the same damn pony tail. By talking to him, George soon finds out that 
    Professor Oubier was, for the owner, synonymous of Mayan art. By pushing a 
    little more the conversation, George soon found out that Oubier was 
    importing artifacts in France by the docks. As the "European" Glease would 
    not tell anything more to him, George decides to look around for some 
       Reaching the back of the boutique, André's friend prevents our hero to 
    read and examine the crates there because it was a private area. George had 
    now to distract Glease's attention in order for him to check these boxes. 
    Maybe a little help of the critic would come in handy, George engages a 
    conversation with him but as he was showing him the valuable Mayan pot he 
    had found at Oubier's house, that creep just smashes it on the floor 
    explaining his act by saying it was a disgrace for the "art". Now wanting 
    his revenge, George thinks of a plan. This is when he notices that the fat 
    critic was holding a cup of alcohol. Having some absinthe from the ex-
    gendarme seen before, George drops just a little in his glass hoping he 
    would not notice the change of color. By doing this twice, the fat man 
    falls on the shelf just behind him smashing it by the same time. Well that 
    was some good distraction...
       While Mr. Glease was busy taking care of his "precious" art critic, 
    George had all the time in the world to look at the boxes lying behind the 
    gallery for clues. He soon finds a ripped ticket of "Condor Transglobal" 
    with the first four letters of a word "MARS...". Mars, mars, hey, 
    Marseilles, wasn't it there that Oubier withdrew some money? Yes, and 
    Condor Transglobal surely had some attach there.  
    |    - Marseilles                                                         |
       By taking the evening train, George arrived in Marseilles in the early 
    night. He soon arrives at the port, tracing the company 'till a desolated 
       A fence prevented him from continuing his quest. No problem for our 
    sport hero, he would just jump past the fence when a bulldog rushes out of 
    nowhere and starts barking. That is when a fat guy comes out from the 
    little warehouse next to the fence. The guy explained him that the animal 
    was a TRAINED ATTACK DOG and by this mean he would not be able to pass by 
       By looking by the window of the warehouse, George manages to spot a hole 
    on the little house's floor. By talking to the watchman, George finds that 
    he won't be able to get pass this fence normally before the end of the 
    national holidays and that means, not before about a month.
       Getting down some stairs next to the house, George arrives next to the 
    sea. Dirty water was surrounding the docks. This was not a surprise as even 
    the fat guy threw his scraps in there. In fact, just by looking at these he 
    could trace the dinner the fat guy had ate during this week... Disgusting. 
    By looking closely to all these things floating calmly on the water, George 
    soon finds a stick. When he takes it, he notices that in fact it was a hook 
    stick, well, for hooting boats. With it, he manages to get the bottle the 
    watchman threw in the water just minutes before. 
       Going back up, George notices a chimney by witch the bean's smoke was 
    getting out. Using the water that was still in the bottle he just took, 
    George manages to cool down the conical hat of the chimney just enough so 
    he could take it out. By putting the –now- empty bottle in the chimney, he 
    manages to fill the warehouse with smoke and by this mean, get the fat 
    watchman out of it.
       George manages to sneak in the house by the hole he had noticed before.
       In the warehouse, George takes a piece of coal for good luck and some 
    dog biscuits. Just when he was closing the trap, George hears the door 
    slam. Pfiu, that was close. Hey, the dog is still here barking. Lets give 
    him some dog biscuits maybe it will calm him down. The biscuits had no 
    effect on the dog! But noticing a short platform that could be either 
    raised or lowered, George has a idea. By throwing a biscuits onto the 
    platform, George sees the dog getting on it soon. By using his boat hook on 
    the platform he gives the dog a dive in the dirty water.
       Without the dog preventing him to jump pass the gate, George was now 
    able to continue his quest.
       George soon finds the condor door and tries to knock at it. Unluckily, a 
    fan was covering the noise. Using the ladder next to the establishment, 
    George manages to spot an open window and pass his head through it. The 
    noise the fan was making prevented him from hearing the conversation 
    between Pablo and Titipoco. Using his boat hook on the fan, George just 
    smashed it and by this way, killed the noise. Without the fan's noise, 
    George could now hear the conversation. Pablo seemed upset by the fact that 
    they haven't found the stone.
       Without the fan's noise, George could now knock at the door. It's Pablo 
    that answered. Pretending being from the Police, George just manages to 
    make Pablo angry. But while he was opening the door, George managed to 
    quickly get with the ladder just above him. When Pablo was out, George 
    threw two crates at him, sending him out for a bath.
       Once inside, George looks out for clues after closing carefully the 
    door. On the notice board, he finds a paper dealing about Quaramonte City 
    in South America. In the drawer, he founds a small key. When he was passing 
    in front of the crates in order to go to the elevator, Titipoco appears and 
    prevents him to pass. Titipoco didn't knew apparently English and the only 
    word George manages to get is Quaramonte. When George shows the key he 
    found in the drawer, Titipoco got out of the crates showing that he's been 
    tied up with some chains. Getting these out of Titi's foots, George takes 
    them and Titi disappears behind the crates. 
       Taking the elevator, George arrives at the 2nd floor. In order to keep 
    the doors open, George pushes a crate on the light beam so that Pablo could 
    not come up. Next to the elevator, George finds an unmarked switch. By 
    pushing it, a light opens at the other side of the room. There, on the 
    floor, George notices a faint mark. Examining the wall next to it, he soon 
    finds a hidden door. Inside, was Nico, tied up. George quickly slap the 
    tape and untie the cord. Nico explains George that she was in fact behind a 
    big drug story with Karzac being the main criminal mastermind. While 
    disguised as a courier man, she was given the Mayan stone. In order to find 
    out more, she got to Professor Oubier with him. The rest is well known 
       Taking the little statue that was on the floor next to the chair where 
    Nico was, George goes back to the big room. In the room, George uses the 
    tape on the light beam and pushes the box back to its initial place. He 
    then pushes the box saying "live contents, do not drop" on it and finally 
    pushes the last box out of the way. Using the lever that was previously 
    unreachable, he manages to elevate the big statue about six inches above 
    the ground. He then attached the rope with witch Nico was tied up on the 
    statue and on the chain and pushed the lever again. Trying to push the 
    statue, he finds out that it is too heavy for him. Asking Nico to help him, 
    they manage to push the statue and smash the door out.
       Outside, using the chains of Titipoco, our two heroes manage to escape 
    from the condor establishment but fall in the Marseilles water.
       After a –needed- shower, Nico and George meet André at the Glease 
    Gallery where our French pony tail man give the stone at George. Wanting to 
    find out the secret behind the Mayan stone, our couple decides to go at 
    Quaramonte city...
    |    - Quaramonte City                                                    |
       Arriving at Quaramonte, our couple finds a sunny and calm little town. 
    Apparently, it is market day and, in the town square, are exposed lots of 
    stuffs and foods. Letting Nico make a tour of the city, George decides to 
    look around for any trace of Condor Transglobal. 
       Passing in front of the police station, a known voice calls him. Was it 
    possible? Pearl, a fellow American tourist met during the Templars affair 
    in Syria was right in front of him. Ms. Henderson was a "strong" woman that 
    was running all around the world just for shopping. By talking with her a 
    little, George soon finds out that she came out here by truck with her 
    husband Duane and that she wanted to go to see the ruins but not him.
       Calling Nico, George then goes into the police station. Inside the 
    station, that was also the tourism info center, our couple finds the local 
    police figure, the General Grasiento with our famous archeologist, 
    Professor Oubier! Both looking at a map fixed on the wall, they suddenly 
    close when noticing them. Oubier getting out, George asks some questions to 
    the General. This way, George learns that the professor came to Quaramonte 
    in order to do some excavations. He came to see him in order to get some 
    legal papers for his expedition. Not believing a word of what he said, our 
    couple gets out of the station kinda upset. 
       Once outside, George asks Nico what was her theory about the Mayan 
    stone. Weirdly, she answers that it may represent a dog. 
     - Yeah, the Chihuahua stone alright...
       Next time, George would not ask for theories at Nico.
       Going at the far west side of the town, George finds the professor along 
    with Duane. This was the perfect opportunity to ask some questions to the 
    professor. Asking about the Condor Transglobal Company, the professor 
    informs him that it had bankrupted. Oubier also told that he was just 
    seeking Mayan Artifacts in order to send them to France. When pronouncing 
    the name of Karzac, the professor said that it was the one that was 
    financing his expedition in central America and that without him he would 
    not be here. Finally, when talking about the forthcoming total eclipse of 
    the sun, Oubier said it represented the end of the fifth age for the local 
    population. The fifth age being synonymous to total destruction of the 
       Having nothing else to ask to the professor, George notices two local 
    people nearby the police station. Talking to them, he learns that their 
    Pipe Player have been arrested for just playing Folk music. Soon, they 
    inform George about an explosion in a mine that caused about 30 dead. Also, 
    one of the two men had noticed a ship of condor Transglobal about three 
    months ago. George soon finds out his name: "The Mayan Princess". This was 
    proving that Condor Transglobal had some relation with this city.
       George encountered a weird reaction by all the people in this town and 
    that happening when he was showing up the statue he had found next to where 
    Nico was tied up in Marseilles. He soon finds out why. This statue 
    represented in fact a god. A bad god, Tescatlipoca. For the locals, 
    Tescatlipoca meant death and destruction also known as "The Lord of 
    Darkness" or even better "The Hungry Chief". But he was most famous around 
    there as "The Smoking Mirror". Why? Oubier was the one to answer this 
    question. It was because of the mirror he was holding on one hand. It was 
    said that when he looked in this mirror destruction and devastation 
       George decides to get to the excavation company with her girlfriend in 
    order to find more about the accident in the mine. Conchita Garcia, the 
    director of the mining company is very feminist. For proof, she suggested 
    at her employees to work in... Panties... George hardly got some answers 
    from her. She said that the Professor came to see her in order to hire some 
    equipment's for a certain expedition. Talking about the explosion in her 
    mine, the señiorita gets angry pretending a Sabotage for closing the mine 
    down. The mine is about 7 days up the river and is named Teoculcan.
       Once back out, George goes to see Duane. He finds out that far from 
    being retired, Duane was now in a secret mission for "Uncle Sam" (*"The 
    United States" for those of you who are a little confused*). His mission? 
    Save nobody else but Miguel, the Prisoner. For that, George had to find a 
    detonator. Why? Because Duane's Truck was full of explosives but he had no 
    detonator. Talking about the Condor Transglobal with Duane, George finds 
    out that Condor Transglobal is in fact a cover company for some illegal 
    stuff. His director being Eidan. Eidan meaning "Nothing" in Spanish.
       George had to take a look at that chart on the wall in the police 
    station. He asks Nico to help him. Inside the station, George pretends that 
    his girlfriend is a reporter that wants an interview of him. Excited, they 
    both move out for the General's apartment. George had now to get rid of 
    Renaldo. Asking him if he would take Pearl for a visit of the pyramids, the 
    officer answers yes. 
       With nobody in the Police station, George could now easily take a good 
    look at the map. It was a geological survey map for the Quaramonte region. 
    He finds a tick south east of Quaramonte about sixty miles inland and 
    upstream. The site name was Teoculcan.
       Returning to the señiorita Garcia, he manages to get a detonator in 
    order to free Miguel as the mine's name was Teoculcan. 
       Giving the detonator to Duane, George runs to inform Miguel. That is 
    when Renaldo comes back from the tour and traps George into a cell. 
       Meanwhile, Nico was trapped with a sexual-psycho. She notices in his 
    apartment some stuffs. A lava lamp, a –false- lion carpet a TV–set and a 
    picture of La Presidente on the wall. Talking about these with Raoul. 
    Suddenly her mother rushes in asking what happens in there? Pretending 
    being a –silly- journalist, Nico hopes that George is using well the time 
    she is buying him.
     - And then it goes "Fa, fa, fa, faa, faa, fa, faa, fa, fa, fa"
       George was showing the depressive Miguel one of his "hits" when he was 
    in the school band of his high school. Hopefully then comes in Duane. 
       Using his detonator, he just manages to do a unimpressive flatulent 
    noise. George had once again to find a solution alone.
       Seeing the noose the general had putted in Miguel's cell, he has an 
    idea. Asking the noose at Miguel, he takes it and ties it on the cell's 
    bars. Giving the other end at Duane so he ties it to the truck.
       La Presidente was now pushing his son to ask Nico to marry him whiling 
    some grandsons. 
       A big noise was coming from down the town square. As Nico was sure that 
    George was involved in this, she rushes out of the apartment while the 
    general was running to the balcony.
       Meanwhile, Miguel and George where getting out of the prison. Soon, Nico 
    arrives and they rush all together to the river where the boat of one of 
    Miguel's friend was waiting for them.
       The boat had now to get up all the river 'till the excavation site.
       As the night came, everybody fell asleep. Over the calm water, a noise 
    could be heard. Soon a helicopter arrives just above the boat. First firing 
    at it and then throwing something like a bomb on it. The boat EXPLODED 
    almost immediately...
    |    - The Jungle                                                         |
    (*NOTE: This level answers a lot of questions around the plot of the game. 
    You must really listen carefully to what the shaman will say............*)
       When regaining consciousness, George finds himself by the side of the 
    river in the jungle, miles away from civilization, what's more, he has a 
    terrible headache. Just his luck being in Paradise with a migraine. 
       Suddenly, he hears a music, like a piano or something. By following the 
    music he soon reaches a wide area with a tree house. The music preventing 
    him from being heard, and not having any ladder in order to reach the 
    house, he has to find a way to attract the attention of anyone who might be 
    in there. Noticing some damp leaves just under the house, he has an idea. 
    He drops the bank statement of Oubier on the leaves and uses the 
    Tescatlipoca statue on the wheel next to them. Soon, the house fills with 
    smoke and an old man rushes out of it. 
     - Extinguish this fire, says the man, I have an ill girl up here.
       After George has extinguish the fire, the man puts a ladder between him 
    and our hero. The man introduces himself.
     - Father Hubers, he says.
       Father Hubers was a missionary that was to go up the mine when his boat 
    capsized there. That was exactly what happened to George, that was eleven 
    years ago... George soon finds out that the girl on the tree house is in 
    fact Nico as she was talking French to the priest. She had apparently been 
    beaten by a poisonous river snake. Now in the coma, the only way to save 
    her was to find a root, the only known antidote for this snake bite. The 
    missionary informs George that this root could be found at the village. But 
    strangely the missionary was not very willing to go there. He pretends that 
    he could not go without a pressed collar. 
       Taking the collar, George tries to find a way to press it. He soon 
    notices two round stones. Taking the large wooden cross under the tree, he 
    manages to turn only one of the stones. Finding a vine rope at the other 
    side of the area, on a wooden wheel, he tries to place it on the stones. 
    Placing the collar just between these and using the cross he manages to 
    press the priest's collar.
       George manages to find half of why he don't wants to go to the village. 
    It had something to do with an "animal passion" and a "Monkey Dance". Not 
    having time to spare and willing to get to the village before the night 
    comes, the two men leave immediately.
       It was Sunset by the time they reached the village. The priest 
    introduced his new friend to the two guardians of the village and took off 
    almost immediately. Asking to see the shaman, George finds that he has to 
    offer a tribute. Well, he had nothing more than some dog biscuits to offer 
    so he tries it. When the first watchman came back, he asks some more 
    biscuits for the shaman at George. In a genius inspiration, George puts the 
    Mayan stone in the empty pack. Soon, the shaman asks to talk to him.
       At the center of the village, George finds the shaman sitting next to a 
    fire. He soon asks George to sit around the fire with him.
       The shaman tells a least why Huber did not want to come here anymore. It 
    was because he had 3 girls and 5 boys. All made during the "Monkey Dance", 
    what seemed like a traditional dance.
       Mysteriously, the wise man soon lets the unimportant conversation 
    subject about the priest and comes to a more mystic one. Strangely, it 
    seemed that it was foretold that a white man would come with the Coyote 
    stone to the village. This foreigner being their only hope of salvation.
       LONG ago, about 300 years before, a good god was ruling on his people 
    bringing prosperity and happiness. The god name was Quetzacoatl. 
    Unfortunately, one day came a bad god. A demon one may say. Quetzacoatl 
    soon have been defeated by this horrible demon that brought only 
    destruction and desolation.
       Aging for power and domination, this demon asked for more and more 
    sacrifices. On a pyramid dedicated to him, the steps where red of the blood 
    of the hundreds sacrifices he was asking. Men's, Women's, kids, animals, 
    everything that had blood.
       The wise men of the city reunited secretly and made a mirror made by 
    smooth obsidian stone that could trap the demon. Besides that, they made 
    three little statues with the same stone, one representing a Coyote, 
    another one a Jaguar, the last one having an Eagle on it. These three 
    stones putted together could seal the mirror for the eternity.
       By flattery, the people managed to attract the demon into the Pyramid 
    that was dedicated to him. Inside they managed to trap him into the  
    magical mirror. The "Smoking" mirror.
       Before managing to reunite the three stones into the pyramid in order to 
    seal the mirror, these have been abducted by the Spanish (because 
    Quaramonte and generally south America was a Spanish colony). Without these 
    stones, the Tescatlipoca would be free just after the fifth age that is 
    symbolized by a total eclipse of the sun.
       The shaman had seen the stones in a vision.
       The Coyote Stone was the only of the three stones that manages to get 
    back to Spain. It was the one that George had in his possession.
       The Jaguar stone had been took among other treasures within Quaramonte 
    City by an English conqueror, El Draco. It is thought that it returned 
    safely to England.
       As for the Eagle stone, it has been abducted while returning to Spain 
    with other treasures. His thief? A pirate named Captain Ketch. Nobody knows 
    for sure where he put the stone but one can think that it might be in his 
    private island he bought afterwards with his steels, "Ketch's Landing".
       (*NOTE: You must now know more about the plot of Broken Sword as all the 
    mystery part have been revealed by the shaman. One more thing I'd like to 
    add: The French Version of the Game has as subtitle "Les boucliers de 
    Quetzacoatl". Not knowing why it was called like this at first, I just 
    managed to sort out a theory. Oh, the translation of this is "The shields 
    of Quetzacoatl". Quetzacoatl being a good god, he might have not gone far 
    away when being defeated (not being prisoner). He might have returned to 
    help the wise men make the stones (and maybe the mirror too) as he might 
    also have provided the obsidian stones. Now the shields at witch the French 
    game is referring must be the three stones. In fact they act as a shield 
    against Tescatlipoca! One more thing: This game is useful in order to 
    understand other games. You might surely know the Final Fantasy Series 
    right. Well Quetzacoatl being a Summon Materia in the 7th Fantasy and a 
    Guardian Force in the 8th. We understand now why it is an ally of the hero 
    in these two games and not an enemy: Because he is a good god.*)
       George takes finally the root promising he will pursue his quest known 
    as to find the two other stones. Being late, he asks the shaman if he could 
    sleep in the village for one night. Accepting that he rests here, the 
    shaman warns George that he won't rest much as this night was the "Monkey 
    Dance" One.
       Back to the tree house, George now had to make this root eatable. He 
    puts the cone under the two big round stones and the root just between 
    them, he then uses the cross in order to make a drink of the root. Taking 
    the cone back, he runs up the ladder to the tree house. 
       In the tree Nico was always in the coma but she soon reestablishes after 
    George's given her the medicine(*Reminds me the hospital section in Broken 
    Sword 1. BTW, I suggest that you play this game as well, ^_^*).
       Talking about the stones with Nico, they soon decide to split up in 
    order to look for the stones more quickly.
    |    - The Caribbean                                                      |
       George is the one that takes care of the Caribbean's (poor Georgie) and 
    Nico the England.
       Arriving at the Ketch's Landing, George finds out that there's been a 
    museum for the pirate. The same day he reaches a coast where the museum is.
       On the white clear sand, was a surveyor. His name was Bronson and seemed 
    rather rude. This strange surveyor would not let George take a look at his 
    plans. Why such a comportment for just plans? He might surely be planing 
       On a little platform by the coast onto the sea, George finds a little 
    kid near his boat, fishing. Rio was his name. He informed him that the 
    Ketch's museum was just up the set of stairs that was riding up the cliff. 
    Ketch was for Rio a pirate that got himself hang. Well, not much of 
    information down on the coast, maybe George would gather more up, in the 
       Walking up the stairs, George notices a great white house just by the 
    cliff. Siting in front of it, two old women one tall and thin, the other 
    small and, well, fat. Playing with a ball on the grass was also a white 
    kitty named Ruddles.
       The two women were in fact Ketch's descendent that were legally 
    responsible for the museum as well as very well informed about they 
    ancestor. Their name were Mina (the fat) and Fost (the thin) Ketch. They 
    really were well informed about the history of their ancestor. That way, 
    George manages to get Ketch's story.
       Ketch, Captain Frederick Ketch was born at Dorset a small town of 
    England in 1670. When being in age to navigate freely on the sea, he 
    embarks onto the "Jesus" witch captain was John HAWKINGS. The "Jesus" was 
    traveling from England to Africa and sometimes to India. Once, the "Jesus" 
    was to travel for the "new continent" and to never return from there. That 
    was because of traitors seeking it. Soon, Ketch became a pirate, a 
    "privateer" like the old women like to say. Anyway, he steals treasures 
    from all south America's Spanish ships (including the Eagle stone)and soon 
    have enough of money to retreat. He buys this island that he calls Ketch's 
    Landing. One night, some people not happy of having a pirate for neighbor 
    decide to hang him. He was brutally hung in front of his own family despite 
    his "letter of marque" that left him pirate legally. It was told that an 
    incredible treasure was hidden within the atoll surrounding his island.
       George learns that the museum was closed because of the surveyor's work 
    and the two ladies would not let him pass through without a serious reason. 
    The conversation soon switches to Emily. Emily being the very last 
    descendent of the captain, she found herself adopted by the ladies after 
    her parents horribly died in a typhoon. George after finding the museum 
    door effectively closed, he decides that it was time for some diversionary 
    tactic. He tells the two that he saw Emily with Rio down the beach, knowing 
    the ladies repugnance for the little fisher-boy. Effectively, they soon 
    disappeared in the horizon in despair search of Emily.
       Having some time to spare, George decides to go and see the little 
    fisher boy. Having miraculously escaped from the two ladies, he was fishing 
    calmly near his boat. George asks for a fish to the Boy giving him, as a 
    bait, his tequila worm. In order to give Rio some time to catch the fish, 
    George engages a conversation with Bronson. Having little conversation, 
    George soon goes back to Rio. Just as he was coming, Rio was catching 
    something. It seemed rather big, a whale or something. Unfortunately, no 
    fish but a rusty bicycle wheel was trapped into the young boy's line. 
    Finding only the inner tube useful, George takes it. Not happy of that, 
    George waits just until Rio catches a fish. When he catches one at last, 
    George goes back to the museum. Seeing the cat's ball, the theodolite spot 
    and his inner tube, he has an idea. He uses the ladder in order to get to 
    the flagpole and ties one end of the tube there. Getting down, he ties at 
    the other end, the fish.
       Soon, the cat lets his ball, attracted by the fish's smell. After taking 
    his ball, George gets up the ladder in order to take the inner tube back 
    safely. Back down, George uses the inner tube on a U shaped tree branch 
    that was just behind the two ladies chairs. Using the Red rubber ball, he 
    strikes the theodolite reflector out of the flagpole in one shot. The 
    theodolite reflector out, Bronson comes up to see what happens. He decides 
    first to put back the target reflector and then beat up George. BIG MISTAKE 
    as George takes the ladder from under Bronson's feet. Ha, ha, ha... "I can 
    look at your plans now" thinks George as he takes the target reflector from 
    the ground.
       Back down, George takes a close look at those plans. Hey, that's not a 
    museum, that's a 200 roomed hotel theme around Ketch's treasure. Taking the 
    theodolite in its pocket!!!! George gets back up in order to clear 
    Bronson's secret project.
       Once there, he finds the Ketches waiting for him. They ask George to get 
    the surveyor down, but clever George shows the two ladies the plan first. 
    Owing one to George, they let him access the museum personally.
       Meanwhile, in the always raining London, Nico tries a long shot by 
    visiting the National British museum. 
       Looking into the far right side of the museum, Nico finds an obsidian 
    stone. Asking the guardian about it, she soon finds the story behind this 
       In the 17th century, an English conqueror, Sir Francis Drake also known 
    as "El Draco" went to the new continent in order to find some treasures for 
    the GREAT BRITAIN. Back in England he had in his baggage's two obsidian 
    stones, one called the scrying mirror the other one being the Jaguar stone. 
    Back in England, Drake gaves both stones to his partner, John Dee. It was 
    told that in the polished stone, called the scrying mirror, one could see 
    angels whereas in the Jaguar one, Demons. Of course, at this time all sorts 
    of drugs passed by the conqueror's hands so no proof could be given to 
    these words. 
       In order to learn more about these stones, the guardian introduces her 
    to a specialist. But, who is it? Hey, that's professor Oubier alright. 
    Oubier not having much to add, she lets him take off. But that was too 
    weird to be a coincidence alright. When Nico asks the guardian to see the 
    Jaguar stone, they both find an empty box. The silent alarm on, the 
    guardian prevents now anyone from getting out. As Nico finds a key in the 
    showing box where the stone was, the surveyor calls the police to inform 
    that Oubier had stole the Jaguar stone. Questioning one last time the 
    guardian, she manages to get the boat's name where Oubier was up to, "The 
    Xibalba Princess". Well it was just not a coincidence after all... 
       Meanwhile, Nico uses the key on a box next to the telephone in order to 
    take a Mayan sacrifice dagger. Using it on the doors just behind the 
    curtains at the left side of the museum, she manages to get out of it soon.
       Inside the museum, George finds a treasure crate. Hoping to find a 
    treasure or something inside, he tries to open it. Inside no treasure but 
    Emily, the little girl. Asking her about her grand-grand-grand-grand-
    father, she just tells that it was him on the picture in the far wall. 
    Looking closely at the picture, he notices that Ketch had a cross around 
    the neck, the same as Emily's. Not whiling to lend it, he had to think of a 
    trade. Taking the quill on the central table, he goes out. Giving it to the 
    cat outside of the museum, he manages to get a feather. Taking the feather 
    to Rio, he trades it for a seashell. Going back up, Emily hardly gives the 
    cross to George but he just somehow manages to get it.
       After examining the central table and the room, George has a genius 
    inspiration. He takes the map from the desk at one corner of the room, the 
    lamp on the wall and puts both on the table. The table was if like made for 
    them. Finally putting the cross between the beam of the lamp and the chart, 
    he manages to spot an island in the center of the cross's shadow. It was in 
    the shape of a skull. It was called the "zombie" island.
       Going back on the beach he somehow manages to convince Rio to bring him 
       Reaching the island, Rio refuses to get out of the boat. Well George 
    would just have to do all the work alone. Trying to climb the cliff, 
    Georges notices that is was too high for him. Noticing the fishing net in 
    the little boy's boat, he asks if he could borrow it. Finally George 
    eventually manages to climb the cliff.
       Nico, meanwhile, had reached an abandoned underground station of London. 
    Three machines where put on the wall but only one seemed to work and that 
    was the weight machine. The automatic ticket selling machine being useless, 
    Nico manages to spot an old rusty coin in the chocolate vending machine. 
    Using her clip found in her bag (*NOTE: Have you notice where she puts her 
    bag? NO? Hey man, look at it more closely. Oh and manage to do that when 
    she is facing the screen;-)*). Pushing the old coin into the machine, she 
    manages to take it out from a compartment of the machine. 
       Using it on the weight machine, she gets a ticket saying 13lbs(*NOTE: 
    Could someone tell me how much it makes in Kg, thanks.*). Using the dagger 
    on a panel on the left of the station, she manages to open it just tinny 
    bit. In order to release the lock, she uses the ticket she just got. Doing 
    as such, the next metro stopped at the station and Nico was up for the 
    |    - Zombie Island                                                      |
       Reaching the top of the cliff, George notices two paths, one leading to 
    the forest, the other to the center of the island. First taking the Forest 
    path, he reaches a stagnant swamp. By the side of it he notices a clump of 
    reeds. Useful it might be, he manages to take a short one. 
       Pursuing his quest into the forest, he finds a weird tree. Under this 
    tree not only was large stones but also a hole. In this hole beneath the 
    rock was something small and fury. Soon the mind of George works fast and 
    thinks of something. As he had a dart and also a reed, he could well make a 
    weapon. Unfortunately, the reed was not only too long but also closed at 
    one end. Putting the reed into the hole, whatever was in there managed to 
    neatly cut one end of it.
       Continuing the path, George soon finds himself lost. Having hundreds of 
    path he could follow and not remembering of where he came from, he just 
    could not find his way out passing again and again from the same path. 
    Hopefully, George manages to find a path leading back to the top of the 
       Taking the other path leading to the center of the island George soon 
    finds himself in front of an ugly and dangerous boar. This boar was not 
    whiling to let George pass through, what seemed, the only path he could 
    take. Not having any other alternative, George uses his poisoned dart along 
    with his piece of read on the unlucky animal. The animal, first perturbed 
    turns on himself and then charges at George. Reacting fast, he manages to 
    jump in-extremis on a branch. Pursuing, the boar runs to a dead end. 
    Passing through some high herbs, the boar just made a shortcut to the 
    highest point of the island for George. The branch not being as strong as 
    he thought, he finds himself on his bottom.
       Going past where the boar was, he finds himself in front a huge needle 
    rock in the middle of a clearing. But... This rock just not seems like a 
    natural formation. Being sure that he had found a piece of a gigantic 
    puzzle Ketch had left behind him, George wants to put the reflector of 
    Bronson at the top of it. Using the creepers that were all around the rock, 
    Rio's fishing net and the marker, he manages to throw and place the 
    theodolite reflector near the top of the big rock.
       Going back to where the boar was, George continues his way through the 
    newly created path. At the top of what was like a big camel hump, George 
    had a wonderful view of the island. Putting the theodolite at the top of 
    it, he takes a look in it in order to find maybe the hidden treasure spot.
       George first spots a cave but it was half underwater. Then a needle rock 
    but that wasn't it too. Hell, Ketch could had put his damn treasure about 
    anywhere. "Hey, what's this?" George notices the reflector he had put on 
    the needle rock. Perfectly aligned with it was the treasure rock. George 
    had just solved Ketch's puzzle. He could now go and get this stone as he 
    sees a path leading to the rock he had seen.
       Back in London, Nico had traced the "Xibalba" ship to a dock. On the 
    ship was Pablo and a guard both armed (*NOTE:I strongly suggest you save 
    your game here!*). Moving closely, Nico manages to sneak behind a box even 
    closer to the ship without being spot. She then tries to open a door on the 
    ship to attract the guard's attention. Not being quick enough, the guard 
    deadly shoots at Nico. 
                          - NICO IS DEAD, End of game –
       (*This is the only point of the game where one of the heroes could die –
    Maybe in Marseilles too with Pablo although I would not say...- well, now 
    you have to load back your game as you've probably guessed that this is no 
    more than a JOKE. So, when Nico resurrects, oups, not really...*)
       So behind her wooden crate, Nico chases the opportunity that would let 
    her take the stone. She then notices that the guard was doing two laps of 
    the ship and then talked a little bit with Pablo before doing his 3rd one. 
    This was the right time to act. Rushing out of her hideout when the guard 
    is talking to Pablo, she opens the door and climbs the ladder in order to 
    hide again. Doing his lap, the guard notices the open door, "that is weird, 
    he thinks, lets check it out." Stupidly getting into the little room, Nico 
    traps him inside by first pushing the door and the locking him with the 
    broom next to it. 
       She could now take a clear look inside the ship by the porthole. Inside 
    the ship's cabin were Oubier and Karzac. Oubier seemed agitated about the 
    steal he had just committed and was asking Karzac to help him get out of 
    the country. But Karzac first wanted to see the stone, the Jaguar stone. 
    Showing him the stone, Karzac finally reveals his plans. He was going to 
    throw the stone even though it was unique in the deepest ocean he could 
    find. Why do that for a stone, asks the professor. But it was because of 
    Tescatlipoca, he had seen this god into his dreams and had talked about the 
    future. Aging for power, Karzac would do just about anything in order to 
    help this evil God. Even kill people. Oubier was now getting really scared.
     - She called out your name you know? Says Karzac
       Karzac was the one that killed Oubier's wife not the professor. After 
    this it was easy to manipulate this "puppet" soon being a drug addict.
       Without any sign of humanness, Karzac shots two bullets at the professor 
    and goes out to speak to Pablo. Nico profits of this opportunity to sneak 
    into the cabin. After checking that he was really dead, she takes the 
    jaguar stone out of the professor's hand. -- ARGG --, what's that? Karzac 
    was back and strangling the woman from behind. Reacting fast, Nico takes 
    the sacrifice dagger and plants it in Karzac's leg. She then rushes out of 
    the cabin, jumps out of the boat and disappears in the night.
       Back to George that finds himself in front of a pirate scene. He was 
    going to run out of there when he hears,
     - Cut!
       This was just a film set for some kind of big-production-Hollywood-
    style-film and he just destroyed one key scene of the film that surely was 
    worth millions. 
       Apologizing, he engages a conversation with the director, Carlton Hawks. 
    Talking him about the island name, he just gives an idea for his film. 
    ZOMBIE actors, well that sounds great, for him... George manages to learn 
    that the film was "The Treasure Island", well, kinda retouched by Hollywood 
    that was. The lead actors were Sharon Kowalski and Haiku McEwan, the 
    hottest teen actor.
       Harris, the cameraman, having nothing more to say, George goes to talk 
    to Bert Savage, the stunt man. Well, he seemed to have turned in lots of 
    movies but not any had brought him glory. He was now going to do a stunt 
    for Haiku. 
       George tries to engage an intelligent conversation with the lead actress 
    but she just seemed not understand the "Life is not a movie" concept so he 
    just let her alone and tries to see Haiku(*A parody of Keanu Reeves*). Well 
    he just doesn't seem more intelligent that the actress so George just lets 
    the next scene take place.
       In this scene, the girl, Pirate Barbs was trying to convince the good 
    guy, Jimbo Hawkins not to jump past the wall. Not really a scene that was 
    worth an Oscar really.
       It was then Bert's turn to take place and get ready for the stunt.
       George notices a table with lots of things on it, he takes a bun that 
    was state like a small rock, a delicious pancake that he does not eat (*he 
    NEVER eats, don't ask me why, he just drinks, Tequilla...*) and a maple 
    syrup. He then notices a buzzing hush just next to the actors. Looking 
    closely into the bush, he finds out that hornets where somewhere inside. He 
    has an idea. He uses the syrup on the pancake and gives it to Bert that was 
    found of that. Eating it, Bert throws a lot of the syrup on his costume. 
    Acting fast, George manages to throw two small rock-buns into the bush. The 
    hornets, not pleased and smelling the maple syrup rush on Bert that do an 
    Olympic jump over the wall, hurting his back by the same time. The director 
    having a superb stunt, asks to do the next scene, the beach one when Jimbo 
    finds the treasure.
       Well, the treasure cave was not that impressive and the camera sunk into 
    the wet sand. What's more, the director would not let George go to the rock 
    he had seen from the camel's hump. George noticing a small cave near the 
    top of the rock, was whiling to get there by any mean. Seeing a portable 
    camera, and talking of it at the cameraman, he finds out that it would be a 
    great idea to film the scene with it. He then talks to the Director in 
    order to do the stunt himself using the portable camera. Excited by this 
    idea, the director asks George to dress up(*5 seconds and he is ready??? 
       When George reaches the top of the rock, he finds a treasure chest 
    inside the mouth cave. Inside, among other useless papers was the Eagle 
    |    - The Caribbean (Pyramid)                                            |
       Arriving back to Quaramonte, George had already left for the shaman 
    village but had left a message to conchita Garcia to tell Nico to find him 
    there. Nico hurries in order to reach George. 
       Reaching the village, Nico finds a desolation scene. The village was all 
    burn out and there was no sign of life. When she gets to the center of the 
    village she finds George's sunglasses, Titipoco appears pointing a pistol 
    at her.
     - Wait, don't shoot, says the woman.
       Titipoco was not going to kill Nico, by shooting, just a flame came out 
    of the pistol. Hey, it was a cigarette lighter. 
       Asking the dwarf about the sunglasses he shows that he has the Eagle 
    stone. George should had found it in the Caribbean's and hide it here 
    before he was abducted. Titi constantly shows a destructed house during the 
    conversation, Nico soon finds the coyote stone but too hot to take with the 
    bare hands, she asks Titi to help her push a water barrel on it. Taking the 
    stone, Titi spots a path to Nico...
       They soon see a huge pyramid and George tied up, walking up the stairs 
    with Pablo and Raoul. They was no time to waste.
       Reaching the base of the pyramid, they notice three or four guards in 
    front, not letting even a cat pass. Nico had to find another way to reach 
    the top.
       Two machines were disposed next to the pyramid's side, one seemed like a 
    power generator, the other like an elevator machine but it had no petrol to 
    work. Cutting the alimentation pipe of the first machine with her dagger, 
    she manages to make petrol fall over the ground. Quickly, she takes a cup 
    by the side of the same machine and uses it on the pipe in order to take 
    some. She then puts the petrol he just took on the alimentation pipe of the 
    elevator machine. She then takes the rope and asks Titi if he could put 
    this up the metal cage in order to make the elevator work. Using the red 
    button, the machine splattered to life. The lever next to the machine had 
    now to be pushed while she was on the elevator, so she just asks Titipoco 
    to do it. She soon reaches the top.
       At the top, Raoul seems nervous about the fact that the others (*Karzac 
    and La Presidente*) where not here yet. Hell, they were going to sacrifice 
    George to Tescatlipoca! Hopefully, George was the only one to see Nico. 
    Reassured, she takes the round of ammunition that was on one crate and goes 
    back down.
       Back down, things haven't changed so Nico just tries to pass by the 
    guards. Spotting her, they ask her what she was doing here. In a *feminine* 
    intuition, she tells that Karzac was the one that asked her to come here. 
    Karzac being the mastermind around, they just let her go around. 
       Nico, spots a torch near the stairs. She takes it and asks Titipoco to 
    light it for her. She then throws it on the petrol that had fell all over 
    the ground and then throws the round of ammunition on the fire. – BANG, 
    BANG, BANG --, Nico managed not only to get the guards away from the stairs 
    but also to attract Pablo's attention. 
     - If he moves shoot him in the HEAD not in the heart, says Pablo.
     - Why, he'll be dead either way right? Asks Raoul.
     - His Heart belongs to Tescatlipoca. Answers Pablo.
     - That's not true! Interrupts George, we just had a dinner a couple of 
    time... (*When he is about to die, George always finds a funny word to 
    As Pablo was getting down, Nico sneaks by the rear entrance to the top of 
    the pyramid (*The elevator of course*).
       At the top, Nico sneaks behind Raoul and pretends having a gun with 
    her... Finger! Raoul, scared, drops his gun. They then have a serious 
    conversation about his role on this story and his *future* in it. He asks 
    to think. While Titipoco is watching after Raoul with his cigarette-
    lighter-gun, Nico unties his boyfriend. Then they rush all three inside the 
       Hell, it was a dead end. How will they get out of here now? Giving the 
    Coyote stone to George, Nico spots two levers at the far end wall. Thinking 
    they had to be pushed together, she asks George to help her. All three fall 
    down a big gap.
       Nico fell into what seemed like another tunnel and was now in a big room 
    with two *huge* wheels and some tiles. She was in front of the glyph puzzle 
    she had to solve in order to get out of the room.
       Here was how she could solve that puzzle that uses all the patience of a 
    person (*YOU GAMER!*). The two wheels had each 8 symbols. 2 symbols put 
    together would made one tile be pushed in, that if the two symbols on the 
    wheel combined made the tile's symbol. In the far right side of the room 
    were 4 Big tiles, one big tile was the combination of two small tiles. Nico 
    can push only two little tiles at once, if she pushes a third one, the 
    first tile she pushed will depress. The big tiles, if pressed will not 
    depress any more. So it was simple: She had to turn the wheel in order to 
    push two tiles that made ONE big tile. (*Are you still with me or not?*). 
    When she have push all 4 big tiles, she...
       Eventually manages to solve the puzzle and unlock a secret path.
    George - So I think "This is true love" you know?
    Titi   - Gradrsh
    George – And then I leave for a few months and who I find with Nico?
    Titi   - Yuvsh
    George – That's right! Lobineau that creep.
    Titi   - Graaysh
    George – That's exactly what I thought! Well it seems like another dead end 
    to me!
       George and Titi had Fell together somewhere and where searching their 
    way out.
       The dead end being really dark, George asks Titi if he could light up 
    the torch by using sticks or stones. Titi uses the old-traditional-method, 
    the cigarette lighter one. George manages to spot a lever! Pushing it, he 
    throws him and Titi in different locations.
       Meanwhile, at the top of the pyramid, the eclipse has started (*You just 
    have to look at this scene, while the protagonist are talking day is 
    changing to night, scary...*). Not pleased not having a sacrifice in order 
    to appease Tescatlipoca, La Presidente decides to sacrifice her own son. 
    "Nico had right after all" thinks Raoul. But he was not going to be 
    sacrificed without resistance, "Let's see who sacrifices who, Pablo...".
       George finds himself in a big room. Taking his torch, he lights the 
    torch that was on the wall and pushes the lever at the far end wall. Inside 
    the new room, he finds two levers, one activating the door he just came 
    from, the other opening a new door. He pushes the second that was the right 
    one and continue past the new door. He was now in a corridor with yet two 
    new levers. By pushing the one next to him he opens a new door. Hey, he was 
    back in the first room but this time a secret passage was revealed. Taking 
    the torch, he walks down the set of stairs. Finding a lever next to him, he 
    reveals yet another set of stairs. Well, that was it, he was going in the 
    "Almost certain death" room.
    | - The conclusion of Broken Sword, The smoking mirror                    |
       Titipoco, George and Nicole come into the central chamber of the pyramid 
    at the same time. A priest is already in front of the mirror cutting his 
    flesh just enough so blood could appear. Fed with the blood, on the mirror 
    starts to appear a gray smoke. The three heroes had to put the stones 
    quickly into the socket that was in front of them.
       Nico is the first to put the Jaguar Stone into the slot in front of her. 
    George's slot had rocks in front of it preventing anyone to put anything in 
       Titipoco was too small to reach his slot. Behind him appears La 
    Presidente that grabs him and tries to strangle him. As the ground shakes 
    because of Tescatlipoca appearing into the mirror, they both fall in the 
    huge gap in the center of the room, but manage to hang on the ledge. Raoul 
    appears then as he had managed to take of Pablo, he has to decide either to 
    help the evil by rescuing his mother or the good, by helping Titipoco. His 
    choice was made quickly as he rescues Titi and her mother falls in the no-
       Now comes a big earthquake as Tescatlipoca gets out of the mirror 
    killing the priest and everybody around the pyramid with his evil power! 
       Coward now, Raoul falls on the ground, permitting Titi to put his stone 
    into the slot, the Eagle Stone. The earthquake destroying the rocks, George 
    is the last one to put his stone, the coyote one.
       In a superb magical party, the three stones reunite their power into the 
    center of the chambre making a big spherical power ball and then throwing 
    it to Tescatlipoca that cannot resist the power and goes back into the 
    mirror that is now sealed.
       Our three heroes finally can see the light of the day as they just saved 
    the world. Tescatlipoca trapped, the world could now rest in peace. Oh, and 
    the hero gets the girl at the end of course even though he already had her.
                                -- The End -–
       Can I add that the credit's music is just Gr8t? Well if you want to look 
    for it, it is; Hapiness is an Inside Job Performed by Bob Sekat (and not 
    Bob Marley). I would also like to say what a great job the London 
    Metropolitan Orchestra has done on this game with all the atmospheric 
    themes. Oh hell, I would just like to thank the work at Revolution and at 
    SONY that all did a great job! Thanks for this superb game, but we are 
    waiting already three years for Broken Sword 3, when will it be out?
    (*NOTE: You can see the credits, and the demos of both broken swords from 
    the introduction menu. You just gotta see the two demos, they are great 
    even thought they are not demos but movies*)
    |   V• End of Walkthrough                                                 |
       Finally finished this walkthrough! Wow man, that was big! Seems like the 
    bigger of all the walkthroughs I could find for the game. Hope you'd like 
    it though. Oh, if you're searching for a B.S. 2 Walkthrough that just not 
    contains *many* spoilers head for either Tom Hayes < tomhayes@yahoo.com > 
    or Eduardo's < eduardoc@cosmos.it > they are both good enough to take at 
    the end of the game without too much problems but both walkthroughs are go-
    here-do-that style so if you're not found of it, just enjoy this 
    walkthrough. Oh, I would like any comments that would help me make this 
    walkthrough even better (I don't really know if it can get any better 
    though... lol) and if you think I should do the same thing for the first 
    broken sword. My e-mail is samy171@hotmail.com, thanks...
    |  VI• Version Info                                                       |
        Version 0.1 05/07/2000
     - As I know how much CjayC loves COMPLETE walkthroughs, I won't submit it 
    as long as it is not complete!
     - Main structure of the walkthrough.
     - Intro section complete.
     - Thanks to section complete.
     - Disclaimer section complete.
     - Version Info section created.
        Version 0.2 07/07/2000
     - Paris section complete, George is up for Marseilles.
     - About the author section created.
        Version 0.3 08/07/2000
     - Re-reading what I've done yesterday, I found at TONS of grammar, 
    spelling and syntax errors. Man I'm really considering letting this 
    walkthrough at the side 'till I improve myself. I'll see...
        Version 0.4 09/07/2000
     - Continued my walkthrough anyway... Completed Marseilles. I'm re-reading 
    as I'm writing it but it seems all too awful for me to post, besides CjayC 
    won't post it if it is not good enough or incomplete. I'll write again 
    tomorrow and correct some mistakes today. I would really like your comments 
    on this walkthrough. I'm not pushing you to write me but I would appreciate 
    your opinion. Is it great or is it crap? I just don't know.
        Version 0.5 10/07/2000
     - Continued a little more the walkthrough. Am I improving myself? I just 
    think that it is better. Well, Quaramonte city completed anyway. Will only 
    re-read today and try to continue tomorrow. Oh, added the meaning of "The 
    Smoking Mirror" in the Quaramonte section. But I'm sure you already know 
    about it isn't it?('_^)
        Version 0.6 11/07/2000
     - BIG part added today! The Jungle. In this section you'll find at least 
    the signification of the Mayan Stone find that it is ... Well, read it and 
    you'll see. Big spoiler in there so don't read it if you're not there yet. 
    So, Jungle complete, gonna correct some errors (again) today, and continue 
    the writing tomorrow (reaching the end of the game... Yippee).
     - Indeed it is a big day. I continued the walkthrough today instead of 
    correcting errors as I've played the game. Well, the Caribbean's added, 
    george is up for Zombie Island.
        Version 0.7 12/07/2000
     - Not done much today, just 3/4 of the Zombie Island section, well I'm 
    kinda tired as I sleep at 1h30 every night and wake up when the small arrow 
    is on the 8 so please be comprehensive ok?.
        Version 1.8 13/07/2000
     - Fiannally finished this walkthrough, I can't beleive it... Well, spent 
    all the afternoon and the evening switching PSX/ PC and I finnaly made it. 
    Ok, Zombie Island Complete,
     - and The Pyramid too and,
     - Added the conclusion of B.S. 2 section, that is in fact the ending and 
    of course,
     - Posted this walkthrough (that is where the 1 replaces the 0 version, 
    |  VII• Thanks to...                                                      |
       Thanks all of you out there for just reading this, without you I would 
    be nothing! Thanks Again...
     - I really would like to thank Dan BIRLEW a.k.a. president evil 
    <presidentevil@evil-online.com, dbirlew@ibm.net> for writing his EXCELLENT 
    Plot Guide for Silent hill but also one for Resident Evil 2. I Invite you 
    to go and see his work at www.gamefaqs.com. Thanks again.
     - Thanks Sonia (aint gonna put her e-mail but she'll recognize herself) 
    for her support and for just being my friend...
     - Thanks CjayC for posting this walkthrough on, what I think is, the best 
    solution site on the net!
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