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     R E S U R R E C T I O N   O F   E V I L
    DV Morpheus
    Last Update: 4.29.05
    Version: 3.2 FINAL
    Table of Contents:
    1. Introduction ..................................................[D3XP.01.01]
    2. Updates Information ...........................................[D3XP.02.01]
    3. The Story .....................................................[D3XP.03.01]
       * Ultimate Doom ...............................................[D3XP.03.02]
       * Doom II: Hell on Earth ......................................[D3XP.03.03]
       * Final Doom ..................................................[D3XP.03.04]
       * Doom 3 ......................................................[D3XP.03.05]
       * Doom 3: Resurrection of Evil ................................[D3XP.03.06]
    4. Weapons .......................................................[D3XP.04.01]
       * Flashlight ..................................................[D3XP.04.02]
       * Ionized Plasma Levitator (The Grabber).......................[D3XP.04.03]
       * Fist ........................................................[D3XP.04.04]
       * Pistol ......................................................[D3XP.04.05]
       * Shotgun .....................................................[D3XP.04.06]
       * Double Barreled Shotgun .....................................[D3XP.04.07]
       * Machine Gun .................................................[D3XP.04.08]
       * Chaingun ....................................................[D3XP.04.09]
       * Hand Grenades ...............................................[D3XP.04.10]
       * Plasma Rifle ................................................[D3XP.04.11]
       * Rocket Launcher .............................................[D3XP.04.12]
       * BFG 9000 ....................................................[D3XP.04.13]
       * The Artifact ................................................[D3XP.04.14]
    5. Items .........................................................[D3XP.05.01]
       * Air Canister ................................................[D3XP.05.02]
       * Environmental Suit ..........................................[D3XP.05.03]
       * Backpack ....................................................[D3XP.05.04]
       * Armor Shard .................................................[D3XP.05.05]
       * Security Armor ..............................................[D3XP.05.06]
       * Small Medikit ...............................................[D3XP.05.07]
       * Large Medikit ...............................................[D3XP.05.08]
       * Health Station ..............................................[D3XP.05.09]
       * Keycard .....................................................[D3XP.05.10]
       * PDA (Personal Data Assistant) ...............................[D3XP.05.11]
       * Video Disc CD ...............................................[D3XP.05.12]
       * Power Cell ..................................................[D3XP.05.13]
       * Power Cell Generator ........................................[D3XP.05.14]
       * Soulsphere (Multiplayer only) ...............................[D3XP.05.15]
       * Invunerability Sphere (Multiplayer only) ....................[D3XP.05.16]
       * Invisibility (Multiplayer only) .............................[D3XP.05.17]
    6. Monsters ......................................................[D3XP.06.01]
       * Zombie (Generic) ............................................[D3XP.06.02]
       * Zombie (Fat) ................................................[D3XP.06.03]
       * Zombie (Flaming) ............................................[D3XP.06.04]
       * Zombie (Bio Suit) ...........................................[D3XP.06.05]
       * Zombie (Z-Sec) ..............................................[D3XP.06.06]
       * Zombie (Commando, Chaingun Commando) ........................[D3XP.06.07]
       * Trite .......................................................[D3XP.06.08]
       * Tick ........................................................[D3XP.06.09]
       * Lost Soul ...................................................[D3XP.06.10]
       * The Forgotten One ...........................................[D3XP.06.11]
       * Imp .........................................................[D3XP.06.12]
       * Vulgar ......................................................[D3XP.06.13]
       * Maggot ......................................................[D3XP.06.14]
       * Wraith ......................................................[D3XP.06.15]
       * Cherub ......................................................[D3XP.06.16]
       * Pinky .......................................................[D3XP.06.17]
       * Cacodemon ...................................................[D3XP.06.18]
       * Renevant ....................................................[D3XP.06.19]
       * Archvile ....................................................[D3XP.06.20]
       * Mancubus ....................................................[D3XP.06.21]
       * Hell Knight .................................................[D3XP.06.22]
       * The Bruiser .................................................[D3XP.06.23]
    7. Bosses ........................................................[D3XP.07.01]
       * The Hell Hunters ............................................[D3XP.07.02]
       * Hell Hunter 1 ...............................................[D3XP.07.03]
       * Hell Hunter 2 ...............................................[D3XP.07.04]
       * Hell Hunter 3 ...............................................[D3XP.07.05]
       * Maledict ....................................................[D3XP.07.06]
    8. Walkthrough ...................................................[D3XP.08.01]
       * Erebus - Level 1 (Main Excavationn)..........................[D3XP.08.02]
       * Erebus - Level 2 (Erebus Dig Site) ..........................[D3XP.08.03]
       * Erebus - Level 3 (Erebus Labs) ..............................[D3XP.08.04]
       * Erebus - Level 4 (Erebus Control) ...........................[D3XP.08.05]
       * Erebus - Level 5 (Erebus Research) ..........................[D3XP.08.06]
       * Erebus - Level 6 (Erebus Station) ...........................[D3XP.08.07]
       * Phobos Labs - Sector 1 (Teleportation) ......................[D3XP.08.08]
       * Phobos Labs - Sector 2 (Molecular Research) .................[D3XP.08.09]
       * Phobos Labs - Sector 3 (Main Reactor) .......................[D3XP.08.10]
       * Phobos Labs - Revisited (Teleportation) .....................[D3XP.08.11]
       * Delta Labs - Unknown (Union Aerospace Research Division) ....[D3XP.08.12]
       * Hell - Unknown ..............................................[D3XP.08.13]
    9. Codes and Secrets .............................................[D3XP.09.01]
       * Console Commands ............................................[D3XP.09.02]
       * Storage Locker Combinations .................................[D3XP.09.03]
       * Sarge's big Game Hunt .......................................[D3XP.09.04]
       * Hellanoid ...................................................[D3XP.09.05]
       * Martian Buddy Blaster .......................................[D3XP.09.06]
       * Nightmare Difficulty ........................................[D3XP.09.07]
       * Sarge's Picture .............................................[D3XP.09.08]
    10. Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) .............................[D3XP.10.01]
    11. Legal Information ............................................[D3XP.11.01]
    12. Credits.......................................................[D3XP.12.01]
    13. Contacts .....................................................[D3XP.13.01]
    1. Introduction                                                   [D3XP.01.01]
    Doom 3 marked a milestone when it was first released on 8.4.04. Not only did
    Doom 3 utilize the newest graphics engine, but also introduced new weapons,
    new monsters, and above all, new  areas. Combine this with a great storyline
    and you get what some people deem the best game of the year.
    After Doom 3 was released and ID heard about how good it was, they immediately
    began working on a sequel for Doom 3, that takes place two years after the
    horrible incidents on Mars. Doom 3: Resurrection of Evil was released on
    4.4.05. Bringing new monsters, new weapons, and new environments to gameplay,
    this was the perfect way to improve Doom 3.
    You may wonder why you might even need a walkthrough for Doom 3: Resurrection
    of Evil since it's so linear that it's hard to get lost. Well, some people
    may want to know where all ammo caches are located. These can help so much
    when you're in Nightmare, or any difficulty for that matter.
    This FAQ will run somewhat like Grawl's but for the sake of sanity to some
    people, I won't put PDA information in the main walkthrough itself. I might
    put it in a different section if I feel like it.
    2. Updates Information                                            [D3XP.02.01]
    Updates go from top to bottom, newer updates appear at the bottom.
    4.12.05 - Added Erebus 1-3 to the walkthrough.
            - Added the 'Story' section.
            - Added other sections, but most are incomplete.
    4.13.05 - Added Erebus 4-6, completing all of the Erebus levels.
            - Started and finished the Monsters section.
            - Started and finished the Boss section.
            - Added more sections, but are incomplete.
    4.14.05 - Finished Phobos Labs - Sector 1 to Hell, completing the walkthough.
            - Legal Information, Credits, and Contacts sections are up.
            - Added the Weapons section, so that's done.
            - Updated Legal Information.
            - Still very much to do.
    4.15.05 - Finished the 'Items' section.
            - Added the 'Codes and Secrets' section. Will be done later.
    4.18.05 - Finished up the 'Codes and Secrets' section.
            - Put up an 'FAQ' section.
            - All PDA information will be here next update in a seperate section.
            - Hopefully final version next version release.
    4.19.05 - Updated 'Contacts' information for AIM.
    4.23.05 - FAQ/Walkthrough is now complete.
            - No 'PDA' section as I'm working on other things.
            - Thanks you all once again for reading and enjoying this FAQ.
    4.30.05 - Updated 'Legal Information'.
    3. The Story                                                      [D3XP.03.01]
    I give credit to the .pdf manuals from the Doom Collector's Edition for giving
    me all the stories from Doom, Doom II: Hell on Earth, and Final Doom. Stories
    from Doom 3 and Doom 3: Resurrection of Evil were taken from their respective
    manuals as well.
    Ultimate Doom                                                     [D3XP.03.02]
    You're a Marine, one of Earth's toughest, hardened in combat and trained for 
    action. Three years ago you assaulted a superior officer for ordering his 
    soldiers to fire upon civilians. He and his body cast were shipped to Pearl 
    Harbour, while you were transferred to Mars, home of the Union Aerospace 
    The UAC is a multi-planetary conglomerate with radioactive waste facilities on
    Mars and its two moons, Phobos and Deimos. With no action for fifty million 
    miles, your day consisted of suckin' dust and watchin' restricted flicks in 
    the rec room.
    For the last four years the military, UAC's biggest supplier, has used the 
    remote facilities on Phobos and Deimos to conduct various secret projects, 
    including research on inter-dimensional space travel. So far they have been 
    able to open gateways between Phobos and Deimos, throwing a few gadgets into
    one and watching them come out the other. Recently however, the Gateways have
    grown dangerously unstable. Military "volunteers" entering them have either 
    disappeared or been stricken with a strange form of insanity babbling 
    vulgarities, bludgeoning anything that breathes, and finally suffering an 
    untimely death of full-body explosion. Matching heads with torsos to send home
    to the folks became a full-time job. Latest military reports state that the 
    research is suffering a small set-back, but everything is under control.
    A few hours ago, Mars received a garbled message from Phobos. "We require 
    immediate military support. Something fraggin' evil is coming out of the 
    Gateways! Computer systems have gone berserk!" The rest was incoherent. Soon
    afterwards, Deimos simply vanished from the sky. Since then, attempts to 
    establish contact with either moon have been unsuccessful.
    You and your buddies, the only combat troop for fifty million miles were sent
    up pronto to Phobos. You were ordered to secure the perimeter of the base 
    while the rest of the team went inside. For several hours, your radio picked
    up the sounds of combat: guns firing, men yelling orders, screams, bones 
    cracking, then finally, silence. Seems your buddies are dead.
    Things aren't looking too good. You'll never navigate off the planet on your
    own. Plus, all the heavy weapons have been taken by the assault team leaving 
    you with only a pistol. If only you could get your hands around a plasma rifle
    or even a shotgun you could take a few down on your way out. Whatever killed 
    your buddies deserves a couple of pellets in the forehead. Securing your 
    helmet, you exit the landing pod. Hopefully you can find more substantial 
    firepower somewhere within the station.
    As you walk through the main entrance of the base, you hear animal-like growls
    echoing throughout the distant corridors. They know you're here. There's no 
    turning back now.
    Doom II: Hell on Earth                                            [D3XP.03.03]
    Back at last. After days of hard fighting in space, you've returned home on 
    well-earned leave. You're one of Earth's crack soldiers, hard-bitten, tough, 
    and heavily-armed. When the alien invasion struck Mars, you were the first on
    the scene. By killing, killing, and killing, you won. You stopped the 
    invasion, saved Mars base, and became a war hero. What they don't talk about 
    so much is that you were the only survivor. 
    But that's all behind you now. You've quit the military, and are heading home.
    Your drop pod lands with a crunch. You open 'er up, and look out. Damn! The 
    city ahead is on fire. What the devil is going on? You stagger forward, 
    clutching at your sidearm. Packs of refugees are fleeing the flaming 
    metropolis. A band of them shriek in terror. You squint. What's that? Someone
    is attacking the refugees. You rush up and blast away, killing the 
    troublemaker. It looks like a human, but something's wrong. His mouth is 
    filled with half-chewed flesh, and he's all messed up, like a zombie from a 
    bad horror movie. Hell, not again! 
    You can feel it. It's all starting again, just like on Mars. First, people are
    taken over, turned into cannibal Things. Then the real horror starts, the
    deformed monstrosities from Outside. But now it's on Earth. 
    It turns out that the invaders are all over. Monsters range from Tokyo to 
    Timbuktu, from Stockholm to Scranton. Billions are dead. Some people have been
    transformed into flesh-eating mutants, but a few, a very few, are still alive 
    and fully human. The wise men of humanity have evolved a plan to save what's 
    left of the human race. They have built enormous ships to carry the remaining
    people into space, safely away from the ruined world. 
    Unfortunately, Earth's only ground spaceport has just been taken over by the 
    demons. They've instituted a sort of force field flame barrier over the port;
    no ships can land or take off. You gotta go back into action. The pathetic 
    remnants of Earth's soldiers are making an assault on the invaders at the 
    spaceport. If you win, you might be able to turn off the barrier, so that the 
    ships can leave, and Homo sapiens may not go extinct just yet. If you lose, 
    that's it. Humanity is history. 
    You and your comrades make their attack. Soon, brave men drop like flies. You
    lose track of your friends, though sometimes you can hear them scream when 
    they die, and the sounds of combat echo from deep within the starbase.
    Something hisses with rage from the steel tunnels ahead. They know you're 
    here. They have no pity, no mercy, take no quarter, and crave none. They're 
    the perfect enemy, in a way. No one's left but you. You... and Them.
    Final Doom                                                        [D3XP.03.04]
    Though all the top management of the UAC were dead, and so were most of their
    personnel down to the janitors, the corporation survived, now under strict 
    government supervision. The UAC still sought the secret to matter apportation,
    and continued its experiments under vastly increased safety measures. 
    The UAC's base was set up on one of the moons of Jupiter, hoping that the 
    increased distance would enhance Earth's safety if something went wrong. 
    Marines were stationed at the base, ready for anything.
    Soon after the UAC opened its first Gate, the minions of Hell made their first
    attack. Suddenly, through the Gate flowed spiked, fanged, dripping 
    techno-terrors. Meat machines flailed their armored limbs and slavered with 
    bloodlust, seeking soft bleeding manflesh to rend. But in their seeking, they
    found only death. The United States Space Marine Corps was prepared for such 
    an event, and they poured molten death into the hordes of Hell. More demons 
    massed, hoping to overwhelm the defenders by their endless numbers. But mass 
    alone was no match for the marines. Set up in defensive positions around the 
    gate, the marines were able to slaughter the monsters by the hundreds, taking
    few losses.
    As suddenly as it had begun, the invasion ended. The last flaming skull 
    screamed through, was hit by twenty simultaneous shotgun blasts, and the 
    chamber was silent once more, except for the dripping of blood. Hell had 
    The research went on, more boldly, and less cautiously. All the marines 
    received the Silver Star from a grateful government, and the UAC made an 
    enormous contribution to the Veteran's Fund. The defensive positions were 
    strengthened, and the marines watched closely for another attempt, all their 
    attention drawn inward towards the Gates. They were looking in the wrong 
    Hell knew more than one trick. Months after the Gate incident, the yearly 
    supply ship came ahead of time. On radar, the ship looked far larger than 
    usual. And it was coming from the wrong direction. Strange, but not 
    inexplicable. The lax radar operators reported the ship's approach, and 
    personnel went out to the landing field to meet it. But it never landed. 
    Instead, it hovered over the base, miles in the air. The men and women looked
    up at it, and saw that something was terribly wrong.
    The ship could not have come from Earth. It was huge, kilometers long, and was
    built of bone, steel, flesh, corruption, and death. It was a 
    bio-mechano-magical construct from the depths of Hell and It had come through
    space for its vengeance. Enormous doors, large as football fields, irised open
    and hideous demons poured out, plunging to the ground and blanketing the 
    entire base with their throbbing, pulsing bodies. They were everywhere at 
    once. The marines' defenses, set up to prevent an attack from the direction of
    the Gate, were worthless. The monsters poured through the sewers, the air 
    vents, the hallways, everywhere, rampaging, corrupting, and feasting.
    Once more, the surviving humans were left as zombified brain-dead 
    monstrosities. existing only to kill and kill and kill.
    Only one man escaped death or zombification. The marine commander. You. You 
    weren't at the base when the skies opened and devastation poured from the 
    stars. You were miles away, enjoying a walk across the moon's rough-hewn 
    landscape. Then you heard a snortling gurgle behind you, whirled, to face one
    of Them. The beings that still haunted your nightmares. Your reflexes weren't
    dulled by your expierences, and you pulled out your pistol and blew the imp to
    gory shreds.
    Hot-footing it back to the base, you saw it all and realized what had happened
    in a flash. The demon ship still floated above the infested base. Your boys -- 
    the men you'd trained to fight and kill and die as no fighting man had ever 
    been trained before -- were dead. You were not there when it happened, to die 
    with them.
    Unlike the ancient Samurai, who chose to die with their men, you cocked your 
    pistol. You were going to kill for your men. And if you died trying, well, you
    were going to die anyway, some day. Death at the fangs of demons might be the 
    very worst way to die, but if they did manage to get you, Hell would know it 
    had been in a fight.
    After Hell's catastrophic invasion of Earth, the United States took steps to 
    prevent such an invasion from recurring. The old UAC corporation was 
    refounded, under completely new management (since the old trustees and 
    stockholders were all dead, this wasn't much of a problem), and sent to 
    research tools and technologies to prevent such an incursion from happening 
    ever again.
    Though the invasion had been stopped, and the remaining demons were gradually
    being exterminated by mopping-up squads, it was clear that the powers of Hell
    remained strong. While the Spider Mastermind and Baphomet seemed to no longer
    threaten, who knew what else lay Outside? Waiting. Watching. Preparing.
    The new UAC began working on quantum Accelerator devices, intended to close
    interdimensional gates at a distance and so prevent future incursions forever.
    The project began innocently enough. Naturally the scientists, in order to 
    learn how to close Gates, had to relearn Gate technology first. This ability 
    was rapidly regained. Perhaps too rapidly.
    Soon, beings from Outside had their dire attention drawn to the new 
    experiments, and then, one day, a Gate opened in the heart of the research 
    complex. Unnatural horrors from the pit poured in, ravening for destruction.
    But the UAC scientists had learned their trade. The Quantum Accelerator 
    Device performed perfectly in its maiden test -- the invasion Gate was closed
    instantly and permanently when the Accelerator flicked on. A cyberdemon, 
    halfway through, was snipped in two when the Gate closed. Earth would now be
    safe from literal invasion by Hell. At least, once the technology could be 
    set up around the globe.
    The next day, a ring of seven Gates opened, throughout the base, and a 
    monstrous legion rampaged through. The Quantum Accelerator began putting out
    the Gates at once, and within an hour, six were closed. But the hellish army
    was now too strong, too numerous. The marines fought like mad dogs, but were 
    finally pulled down by the enemies' claws. The scientists, marines, and 
    bureaucrats were all slain or transformed into undead mankillers.
    The Quantum Accelerator and its prototypes are deep inside the ravaged 
    complex. A demon Gatekeeper guards them and mans the last Gate of Hell. The 
    government, frantic that the Quantum Accelerator will be destroyed or used in
    some alien fashion upon us, has ordered all marines to the site at once, 
    regardless of their location.
    You were on leave at the beach, only a few minutes from the complex, when you
    got the word. You suited up, grabbed a pistol, and raced your pickup truck to
    the complex. When you arrived, flashes of light, howls, and chanting could be
    heard from the interior. Corpses were scattered everywhere. Obviously the 
    Gatekeeper was doing something inside -- something that would soon reach some
    kind of awful climax.
    You know that within an hour or two, an entire division of marines will arrive
    to assault the base with full artillery and air support. You also know that 
    they will be too late. Far too late. The airplanes will be plucked from the 
    sky by floating terrors, the cannons melted by diabolic rockets and fireballs,
    the soldiers blasted to shreds as they charge into the armored shell of the 
    UAC buildings. In an hour or two, the monstrosities inside will have finished
    their awful task, and will be prepared, once more, to take on the world.
    It's up to you. You have to enter the complex and stop the Gatekeeper. Alone.
    Doom 3                                                            [D3XP.03.05]
    You are a Marine, one of Earthís toughest, hardened in combat and trained for 
    action. Shortly after reporting for duty at the Union Aerospace Corporationís
    Mars research facility, a massive demonic invasion overwhelms the base, 
    leaving chaos, horror and uncertainty in its wake. As one of only a few 
    survivors, you must use overwhelming firepower and all of your combat skill to
    battle through the demon hordes, find out what went wrong and prevent the evil
    from spreading. Only you stand between Hell and Earth.
    Doom 3: Resurrection of Evil                                      [D3XP.03.06]
    It has been almost two years since the mysterious incident shut down the UAC 
    base on Mars. Several months ago, one of the UAC satellites still monitoring 
    the red planet detected a beacon originating from Site 1. This early research
    facility was long forgotten, even before the invasion. Now, you're a Marine 
    combat engineer, part of a massive research and security team lead by Dr. 
    Elizabeth McNeil. Your team is being sent back to Mars in an attempt to find 
    and investigate the source of this strange signal. What you'll find, nobody 
    knows, but hopefully it will offer new insight into the ancient civilization 
    that once inhabited Mars.
    As your transport nears the surface, you cannot help but wonder what type 
    of "accident" could have killed so many two years ago... and could it happen 
    4. Weapons                                                        [D3XP.04.01]
    Here is a list of all the various weapons in the game. It's not as detailed
    as my Weapon/Monster FAQ, but it will give you enough information. If you
    want a very detailed guide on how to use each weapon effectively on monsters,
    go check out my Weapon/Monster FAQ.
    Flashlight                                                        [D3XP.04.02]
    First Found In: N/A.
    You will always have the Flashlight with you from the beginning of the game.
    The Flashlight is mainly used to illuminate the darkness throughout the
    complex, but if you're desperate and have no ammo, the Flashlight can be
    used to club monsters with. However, if you plan to hit monsters with the
    Flashlight, never use it on anything greater than an Imp.
    Ionized Plasma Levitator (The Grabber)                            [D3XP.04.03]
    First Found In: Erebus - Level 1 (Main Excavation).
    After a very cool cutscene regarding a Marine and an Imp (Check the
    Walkthrough for it), the Marine will give you the Grabber. There are many
    fun things you can do with it. First, you can throw some of the smaller
    monsters (Example: Cherub), you can grab distant items that are normally
    impossible to obtain without the Grabber, and one of the best things of all,
    throw monster projectiles back at them. The Grabber doesn't have many uses
    in the game overall, but when you need it, it's very useful.
    Fist                                                              [D3XP.04.04]
    First Found In: N/A.
    You will always have the Fist, mainly because it's attached to your arm. The
    Fist is one of the most useless weapons in the game. It doesn't do very much
    damage, and is very slow to hit people with. The Fist should only be used
    as a last resort, or when you have Berserk, but sadly, Berserk power-ups
    aren't found in Resurrection of Evil.
    Pistol                                                            [D3XP.04.05]
    First Found In: N/A.
    Much like the Fist and Flashlight, you will always have the Pistol with you,
    from the beginning of the game to the end of the game. The Pistol doesn't do
    very much damage, but it does kill Trites, Ticks, and The Forgotten Ones in
    only two shots. You'll end up forgetting the Pistol once you get the Shotgun
    and Machine Gun.
    Shotgun                                                           [D3XP.04.06]
    First Found In: Erebus - Level 1 (Main Excavation).
    The Shotgun will be one of the first weapons you ever find, and even one of
    the first items you find. The Shotgun is very useful in close range combat,
    but really lacks in power from far away. The Shotgun has the capability to
    kill Imps, Vulgars, Cherubs, and more in one hit if you're aim is really
    good. Shotgun ammo is fairly common throughout the game, so you'll be relying
    on this weapon a lot.
    Double Barreled Shotgun                                           [D3XP.04.07]
    First Found In: Erebus - Level 3 (Erebus Labs).
    Once you find the Double Barreled Shotgun, the single-shot Shotgun will become
    almost non-existant, meaning you'll never use it. The Double Barreled Shotgun,
    like the ones in the previous Doom games, is very powerful. You can kill
    a Renevant and Cacodemon in one hit, something the Rocket Launcher cannot
    do. Since this weapon fires two shots at once, it takes longer to reload.
    The damage of the Double Barreled Shotgun more than makes up for it.
    Machine Gun                                                       [D3XP.04.08]
    First Found In: Erebus - Level 1 (Main Excavation).
    The Machine Gun is considered one of the most versaitle weapons in the game.
    Ammo for it is very common, as most Z-Sec Zombies carry them. Because the
    bullets are slightly weaker than a Pistol round, it is not meant to take on
    the bigger monsters. The accuracy and the rate of fire more than make up
    for the loss of damage the Machine Gun has. The Machine Gun is one of those
    weapons where you have a lot of ammo reserves, so don't be afraid to use it.
    Watch your clip though. The Machine Gun eats through it like crazy.
    Chaingun                                                          [D3XP.04.09]
    First Found In: Erebus - Level 5 (Erebus Research).
    In terms of damage and speed, the Chaingun is one of the best weapons in the
    game. Although the Chaingun takes a while before it starts shooting, once
    you get it going, nothing will stand in your way for long. The Chaingun
    can rip through a Hell Knight like a hot knife cuts through butter. Save
    the Chaingun for when you encounter something big, or when there are hordes
    of Zombies or Vulgars in the area.
    Hand Grenades                                                     [D3XP.04.10]
    First Found In: Erebus - Level 2 (Erebus Dig Site).
    Hand Grenades are perhaps the most underused item in the game. Even though
    there's that tendency that a Hand Grenade might land at your feet and blow
    you up, there are very useful for chucking at Z-Sec Zombies who hide behind
    crates and you don't want to risk that damage. Hand Grenades are also useful
    for throwing into dark shadows on where a Zombie may be hiding, or any
    monster for that fact. Watch where you aim your Hand Grenade before throwing
    Plasma Rifle                                                      [D3XP.04.11]
    First Found In: Phobos Labs - Sector 1 (Teleportation).
    Once you find the Plasma Rifle in the Phobos Labs, this will be your main
    weapon for the rest of the game. Ammo is pretty common, especially later in
    the game, and the Plasma Rifle rips through anything with ease. It's no 
    suprise why the Plasma Rifle is everyone's favorite weapon. The only drawback
    to the Plasma Rifle how slow the plasma bolts go. Because of their slowness,
    any fast moving enemy can dodge them. To balance this out, the Plasma Rifle
    has a very high rate of fire.
    Rocket Launcher                                                   [D3XP.04.12]
    First Found In: Phobos Labs - Sector 1 (Teleportation).
    The best explosive weapon in the game. Ammo for the Rocket Launcher is rare,
    so save it for something big, such as a Hell Knight, Mancubus, or a Bruiser.
    Rockets don't fire very fast from the Rocket Launcher, and if you're standing
    too close to the monster or a wall, you can receive some very heavy splash
    damage in return. Use caution when using the Rocket Launcher.
    BFG 9000                                                          [D3XP.04.13]
    First Found In: Delta Labs - Unknown (Union Aerospace Research Division)
    You find the BFG very late in the game unlike Doom 3, but it will very useful
    when in Hell against large groups of monsters. It will take down any monster
    in one hit when fully charged up, so save it for those monsters who just
    won't die. Ammo is very rare for the BFG 9000, so be sure to use it sparingly.
    The more you charge up the BFG 9000, the more ammo it uses and the more
    damage it does. Be sure not to charge it up too much. If it blows up, you
    die and you lose the gun.
    The Artifact                                                      [D3XP.04.14]
    First Found In: N/A.
    You will always have The Artifact, but the usefull doesn't come in until the
    second level, when you face your first Hell Hunter. You get three powers
    associated with The Artifact: Hell Time, Quad-Damage, and Invincibility.
    You get one power every time you defeat a Hell Hunter. Once you activate it,
    all powers activate, you don't get to choose which ones to activate. The
    Artifact gets its charges from human corpses, or souls. Take out your
    Artifact and point it at a corpse. It will retrieve its soul and use it for
    the charge.
    5. Items                                                          [D3XP.05.01]
    Here is a list of all the various items and such you will find or use during
    the game. Items you cannot pick up but can use (ex. Health Station) will be
    listed here as well. If I forgot an item of some sort, please inform me
    through E-Mail or IM (See 'Contacts' section for details).
    Air Canister                                                      [D3XP.05.02]
    First Found In: Erebus - Level 6 (Erebus Station).
    Air Canisters can be found on the Martian surface whenever you venture to go
    to the next area. You can carry a maximum limit of 100 Oxygen points. Your
    oxygen will slowly decrease as you move outside on the planet. Each additional
    Air Canister you find will supply you with 50 Oxygen points. You will lose
    ten health every three seconds when you run out of air, so be sure to pick
    these up when you can.
    Environmental Suit                                                [D3XP.05.03]
    First Found In: Erebus - Level 5 (Erebus Research).
    Environmental Suits provide you with oxygen to be able to breathe in the toxic
    waste part in Erebus - Level 5 (Erebus Research). The Environmetal Suit is
    basically a helmet with a flashlight on top of it to negate the use of using
    your default Flashlight. When wearing the helmet, your weapon sounds become
    muffled - a very nice detail to the game. You can have up to a maximum of
    150 Oxygen points when using the Environmental Suit, and each additional
    canister of oxygen you find will add 50 Oxygen points total.
    Backpack                                                          [D3XP.05.04]
    First Found In: Erebus - Level 3 (Erebus Labs).
    Backpacks are the best ammo pick-ups you can find in the game, but they are
    very, very rare. Although they do not increase the amount of ammo you can
    carry for each weapon as the previous Doom games, they provide a plethora of
    ammo, Medikits, and other items. Try to pick these up whenever you can.
    Armor Shard                                                       [D3XP.05.05]
    First Found In: Erebus - Level 1 (Main Excavation).
    Armor Shards provide will add 5 Armor points to your overall total. You can
    have a maximum of 125 Armor points, and no more. These are quite common and
    can be found almost anywhere. Armor Shards will usually be found in groups
    of two to five.
    Security Armor                                                    [D3XP.05.06]
    First Found In: Erebus - Level 1 (Main Excavation).
    Security Armors provide that protection to protect you from riot damage.
    Security Armors are the less common on the two armors, and they add 50 Armor
    points to your total. If you are already at 100 Armor points, you will be
    unable to pick up anymore Security Armors.
    Small Medikit                                                     [D3XP.05.07]
    First Found In: Erebus - Level 1 (Main Excavation).
    Small Medikits are fairly common, and when picked up, they restore 15 Health
    points to your overall total. Once you are at 100 Health points, you cannot
    go beyond the limit.
    Large Medikit                                                     [D3XP.05.08]
    First Found In: Erebus - Level 1 (Main Excavation).
    These are even better than the Small Medikits, and when picked up, they
    restore 25 Health points to your overall total. Once you are at 100 Health
    points, you cannot go beyond the limit. Try to save these for when you really
    need them.
    Health Station                                                    [D3XP.05.09]
    First Found In: Erebus - Level 2 (Erebus Dig Site).
    Health Stations are one of the best healing items you can obtain, but they
    are far and between from each other. Most of the time, Health Stations will
    start with 100 injection charges. Every time you use an injection charge,
    you will recover ten points of Health and ten points will be deducted from
    the Health Station. Once there are zero injection charges, you cannot use
    the Health Station any longer. You cannot go over your Health point limit
    with these.
    Keycards                                                          [D3XP.05.10]
    First Found In: Erebus - Level 3 (Erebus Labs).
    Heycards are scattered aroun the Mars base. Some doors may require a Keycard
    to be opened, and once opened, they will reveal an ammo cache or the enterance
    to the next room to complete the mission. Be sure you find these and pick
    these up.
    PDA (Personal Data Assistant)                                     [D3XP.05.11]
    First Found In: N/A.
    Your PDA can do all sorts of things. You can use it to look at other peoples'
    E-Mails you find from their PDA, you can use it to view the various Video
    Disc CD's you find, you can listen to the various audio logs you get from
    other PDA's, and your PDA also informs you of your security clearance
    around the base. Quite a handly little tool.
    Video Disc CD                                                     [D3XP.05.12]
    First Found In: Erebus - Level 1 (Main Excavation).
    Video Disc CDs are found around the Mars complex, and when picked up and used
    through your PDA, they can give you some useful information regarding the
    complex, weapons, and all other sorts of stuff. Be sure to pick them up
    and view them to see what they have in store.
    Power Cell                                                        [D3XP.05.13]
    First Found In: Erebus - Level 1 (Main Excavation).
    These can be picked up from various Generators used throughout the base, and
    when used, they can light up the room in which it's used in, and even make
    some elevators and lifts work. These are imperative for completing some
    mission objectives in the game.
    Power Cell Generator                                              [D3XP.05.14]
    First Found In: Erebus - Level 1 (Main Excavation).
    These light up the room and power up the various elevators and lifts in the
    room you are in. They require Power Cells to use, and you can insert or
    remove Power Cells from these. These are imperative for completing some
    mission objective in the game.
    Soulsphere (Multiplayer Only)                                     [D3XP.05.15]
    First Found In: N/A.
    Soulspheres are Multiplayer only, but when picked up, they instantly give
    you 100 Health points, even going beyond the maximum you can have, up to
    a total of 200 Health points. These are hidden pretty well so you may
    have to go out of your way to pick these up. Try to keep your opponents
    from getting them.
    Invunerability Sphere (Multiplayer Only)                          [D3XP.05.16]
    First Found In: N/A.
    Invunerability Spheres are Multiplayer only, but when picked up, the instantly
    grant you the power of Invincibility. This doesn't mean you can't be hurt
    from being tossed over a cliff and falling to your death, but you are 
    invincible from ALL explosions, firepower, fire, toxins, etc.
    Invisibility (Multiplayer Only)                                   [D3XP.05.17]
    First Found In: N/A.
    Invisiblity is a Multiplayer only item, but when picked up, the grant you
    the power of Invisibility. During this fourty second time, you will be
    nearly invisible, but you will still be very faint. It will be very hard
    for other players to target you unless you are up close and in their face.
    Make good use of the time while under Invisibility.
    6. Monsters                                                       [D3XP.06.01]
    Here is a list of monsters you can find through the game. It's not as detailed
    as my other Weapon/Monster FAQ, but it will give you enough information. If
    you want a very detailed guide on how to defeat every monster that comes
    along, I'd advise you to check my Weapon/Monster FAQ.
    Zombie (Generic)                                                  [D3XP.06.02]
    First Appearance: Erebus - Level 3 (Erebus Labs).
    Your basic human that was changed or mutated as a result of a Lost Soul. These
    guys don't run very fast, but occasionally you do get one that moves at a
    somewhat decent pace, around the same as a Flaming Zombie. Since they move
    so slow, I stronly recommend you use a Pistol to take these guys down if
    there's only one around. If you're up to a big horde, use a Machine Gun.
    Zombie (Fat)                                                      [D3XP.06.03]
    First Appearance: Erebus - Level 3 (Erebus Labs).
    Obesity seems to still be a problem in the year 2145. These guys move just as
    slow as their counterpart Generic Zombies, but they do take more bullets
    to put down because they're so fat. Headshots with the Pistol will do wonders,
    but if you're up against a group, use a Machine Gun or Shotgun.
    Zombie (Flaming)                                                  [D3XP.06.04]
    First Appearance: Erebus - Level 4 (Erebus Control).
    This is what happens when a Zombie gets mutated or changed and goes around
    playing in fire. He catches himself on fire and goes on a rampage. Flaming
    Zombies are about 3x faster than the Generic Zombie, and because of this,
    you need to backpedal in some spots. Flaming Zombies also have more hitpoints
    than a Fat Zombie, so you may need a little heavier firepower to take these
    Zombies down.
    Zombie (Bio Suit)                                                 [D3XP.06.05]
    First Appearance: Erebus - Level 5 (Erebus Research).
    One of the new monsters in the game. You only encounter these guys in one
    part in the whole game, and that is in Erebus - Level 5 when you are in the
    toxic waste zone. They are about as tough as a Generic Zombie in terms of
    damage and speed, so there's no worries here. Upon death, Bio Suit Zombies
    drop an Air Canister for your Environmental Suit so you will be able to
    breathe in the toxic wastes.
    Zombie (Z-Sec)                                                    [D3XP.06.06]
    First Appearance: Erebus - Level 2 (Erebus Dig Site).
    Z-Sec Zombies normally carry one of three weapons: A Pistol, a Machine Gun,
    or a Shotgun. Z-Sec Zombies have better AI because of the fact they can hide
    behind crates, unlike the other Zombies. On Nightmare difficulty, Z-Sec
    Zombies carrying Shotguns must be taken down quickly, as their Shotgun can
    do at least 25 points of damage to you. If you ever see a Z-Sec Zombie behind
    a crate, throw a Hand Grenade to him for him to play with. Upon death, Z-Sec
    Zombies will drop ammo for whichever weapon they had.
    Zombie (Commando, Chaingun Commando)                              [D3XP.06.07]
    First Appearance: Phobos Labs - Sector 1 (Teleportation).
    These guys have been mutated to an extreme degree. Instead of arms, they
    now have tentacles, and some even carry Chainguns. When you see a Commando 
    Zombie running towards you, take out your Double Barreled Shotgun and take 
    aim. One blast will put him down for good. Sometimes they will jump and 
    attempt to whip you. Regardless, never let them near you. For the one using
    a Chaingun, toss a Hand Grenade or two their way.
    Trite                                                             [D3XP.06.08]
    First Appearance: Erebus - Level 2 (Erebus Dig Site).
    Trites are one of the easiest monsters in the game to take down. They do 
    little to no damage, and can be taken down from a distance before they manage
    to get in your face and attack. The best weapon for this job is the Pistol.
    They take only two Pistol bullets to kill. If you're up against a group,
    use a Machine Gun. Watch out for a Trite's leap attack, if possible. You
    can pick them up with the Grabber and throw them to kill them instantly, but
    they do fight back.
    Tick                                                              [D3XP.06.09]
    First Appearance: Phobos Labs - Revisited (Teleportation).
    Ticks are 3x more dangerous than Trites. They still do very little to no
    damage, but if you kill one when one is around you, they explode, doing 50(!)
    points of damage. Thankfully, these aren't very common in the game. You
    can use a Pistol to kill them in two bullets or a Machine Gun to kill them
    in three bullets. They, too, can also do a leap attack. When they do, back
    away and then kill them. You can pick them up with the Grabber and throw
    them to kill them instantly, but they do fight back.
    Lost Soul                                                         [D3XP.06.10]
    First Appearance: Erebus - Level 1 (Main Excavation).
    Lost Souls are from the original Doom 3, but they are now called The Forgotten
    Ones. Lost Souls are the more damaging of the two, and they also move at a
    faster speed when they're charging at you. You can kill these in two Pistol
    bullets or three Machine Gun rounds. Watch out, though. When you kill one,
    more may be respawning, so keep your eyes open. You can pick them up with the
    Grabber and throw them to kill them instantly, but they do fight back.
    The Forgotten One                                                 [D3XP.06.11]
    First Appearance: Erebus - Level 1 (Main Excavation).
    The Forgotten Ones are the weaker of the two flying skulls. They do less
    damage a hit and charge at you in the air at a slower speed. Due to this, you
    can usually kill them before they have a chance to kill you. The Forgotten
    Ones usually can be seen one at a time, but it isn't very uncommon that you
    see three, four, or even five at a time. Use a Machine Gun for groups of
    two or more. You can pick them up with the Grabber and throw them to kill them
    instantly, but they do fight back.
    Imp                                                               [D3XP.06.12]
    First Appearance: Erebus - Level 1 (Main Excavation).
    Another one of the most basic monsters in the game. Imps pass away to one
    Shotgun blast from up close. If you don't want to waste a Shotgun Shell on
    these monsters, you can use your Grabber to catch their fireball in mid
    flight and throw it back at them for a one-hit kill. Whenever you see
    an Imp in a prone position, it will be ready to leap at you. If you have
    quick reactions and pretty good aiming, you can put a shell through their
    Vulgar                                                            [D3XP.06.13]
    First Appearance: Erebus - Level 2 (Erebus Dig Site).
    Vulgars are another new monster in the game. Vulgars operate in the same
    manner as an Imp does. They take a slight more beating than Imps, but not
    much to notice. You can catch their green fireballs and throw them back at
    them for a one-hit kill also. Vulgars, unlike Imps, are also able to climb on
    walls and ceilings, so watch out.
    Maggot                                                            [D3XP.06.14]
    First Appearance: Erebus - Level 5 (Erebus Research).
    Maggots don't move very fast, but if you let one get in your face, they will
    attack you relentlessly. However, if you have good aim with the Shotgun,
    they do die in one hit to the face, so use this to your advantage.
    Wraith                                                            [D3XP.06.15]
    First Appearance: Erebus - Level 3 (Erebus Labs).
    Wraiths also die on one hit to the face with the Shotgun, but Wraiths love
    to get in your face and claw you to death with their claws. Sometimes Wraiths
    will appear one after another, so if you think you killed them all, wait and
    see if more come. Wraiths may seem to spawn in one spot, but sometimes they
    change positions to spawn.
    Cherub                                                            [D3XP.06.16]
    First Appearance: Erebus - Level 5 (Erebus Research).
    Cherubs are annoying little bastards, and twice as ugly. Cherubs love to fly
    low to the ground, get close to you, and use their sharp claws to eat at your
    health. You can kill a Cherub with one shot with a Shotgun, but for groups
    of two or more, use a Machine Gun. You can pick them up with the Grabber and
    throw them to kill them instantly, but they do fight back.
    Pinky                                                             [D3XP.06.17]
    First Appearance: Phobos Labs - Sector 1 (Teleportation).
    Whenever you hear the robotic sounds of feet hitting the ground, assume that
    there is a Pinky around the corner. Pinkys run fast and attack hard, and fast.
    The one disadvantage of a Pinky is its short legs. If you can get on a high
    place, a Pinky will not be able to reach you, a very cruel tactic. Two Shotgun
    shots to the face will down a Pinky, but if you're going to use Hand Grenades,
    watch out so you don't blow yourself up. The Machine Gun is another good
    Cacodemon                                                         [D3XP.06.18]
    First Appearance: Erebus - Level 6 (Erebus Station).
    Most of the time, you will see Cacodemons spawning on the Martian surface
    when you're walking on Mars, but this isn't always the case. Cacodemons
    die easily to one Double Barreled Shotgun blast. If that doesn't kill it,
    then, like all the other Doom games, you will send the Cacodemon being
    pushed away as all Cacodemons are gaseous. Use this to get distance from
    Renevant                                                          [D3XP.06.19]
    First Appearance: Erebus - Level 6 (Erebus Station).
    Once you see a Renevant the first time, the Renevant will be a pretty common
    monster for the rest of the game. A Renevant's main method of attack is
    launching rockets from the launchers on its shoulders, but if you get close,
    it will not hesitate to scratch you. A perfectly aimed Double Barreled
    Shotgun blast will kill a Renevant in one hit. If you perfer not to do this,
    Renevants take two rockets from the Rocket Launcher to die.
    Archvile                                                          [D3XP.06.20]
    First Appearance: Phobos Labs - Revisited (Teleportation).
    The most hated monster by most players of any Doom game. Although Archviles
    no longer resurrect dead monsters (Thank God), the do something more 
    irritating: They summon Imps and Maggots. When you hear the shriek of an
    Archvile, get something powerful out, such as the Plasma Rifle. Your top
    priority is to kill the Archvile first before it summons any more monsters.
    After the Archvile is dead, go after the summons it created.
    Mancubus                                                          [D3XP.06.21]
    First Appearance: Erebus - Level 5 (Erebus Research).
    Mancubi have the highest life than any other monster in the game. It's
    a good thing that Mancubi are a nice, wide target, because they take a lot
    of punishment for them to die. The best weapon to take these monsters out
    if the Rocket Launcher, if you have it. If not, use the Chaingun. Always
    try to go for headshots when dealing with a Mancubus, and avoid their
    fireballs they pump out like no tomorrow.
    Hell Knight                                                       [D3XP.06.22]
    First Appearance: Phobos Labs - Sector 1 (Teleportation).
    Hell Knights are the strongest non-boss monster in the game. Hell Knights 
    can easily toss you across the room if they wanted to, and launch green
    fireballs which account for a big loss of life. Always keep your distance from
    a Hell Knight at all times. Use a Rocket Launcher on Hell Knights for the
    best results. If the Rocket Launcher isn't an option, use the Chaingun.
    The Bruiser                                                       [D3XP.06.23]
    First Appearance: Phobos Labs - Sector 2 (Molecular Research).
    A Bruiser is what you get when you cross a Mancubus and a Hell Knight
    together. The Bruiser shoots fireballs at a very fast pace. The best tactic
    is to use Hell Time from The Artifact and using the Rocket Launcher. They
    don't move very fast, but they hit hard.
    7. Bosses                                                         [D3XP.07.01]
    Nerve and ID Software did a good job on creating the bosses. They're very
    unique in terms of powers, damage, and looks (Although the Hell Hunters
    look a lot like Hell Knights). Here is a rundown of each boss and the
    required weapons and general strategy used to kill them.
    The Hell Hunters                                                  [D3XP.07.02]
    First Appearance: Erebus - Level 2 (Erebus Dig Site).
                      Erebus - Level 6 (Erebus Station).
                      Phobos - Sector 2 (Molecular Research).
    There are three Hell Hunters in the game all together, each of them more
    powerful than the last. Here's the different strategies for each of these
    Hell Hunter 1                                                     [D3XP.07.03]
    Weapons You Need: The Grabber.
    You will fight this guy suprisingly early, at the mid-point of level two. 
    When you first enter the arena to fight this guy, you should notice right off
    the bat that there's two cannons on the right and left of the arena that fire
    off green plasma blasts randomly. What you want to do is avoid the attacks
    the Hell Hunter throws out, and with the Grabber, grab one of the green plasma
    blasts. When you have one, throw it back at the Hell Hunter. If you hit him,
    he will emit a scream confirming you hit him. You need to repeat this about
    5 times before he finally is defeated. You will receive the ability of Hell
    Time once he's dead.
    Hell Hunter 2                                                     [D3XP.07.04]
    Weapons You Need: The Artifact, Machine Gun, Chaingun, any damaging weapon.
    When the battle first starts, get out your Artifact. When he powers up (It's
    very obvious that he does as electricity surges through him), his chest will
    open up and reveal an orange object. Activate The Artifact and get out any
    rapid-fire weapon you have. While under Hell Time, keep pumping rounds into
    the orange object in his chest. After some damage, it will close back up.
    Wait for the Hell Hunter to power up, and repeat the same process. If you need
    corpses for The Artifact, they will be littered around the arena. Once you
    defeat the Hell Hunter, the power of Berserk will be available to you.
    Hell Hunter 3                                                     [D3XP.07.05]
    Weapons You Need: Everything you have.
    This will be the hardest battle of them all, but the reward is well worth it.
    As soon as you enter the arena, a surge of electricity will enshroud him.
    He will then proceed to beat your ass down in any way possible. Great...
    This guy's surrounded by electricity and nothing kills him, so what are you
    supposed to do?
    Well, look around the room. You should see four poles that power up the Hell
    Hunter. Each pole has a screen. Three of the four poles will have a red 
    screen, while one of the four will have a green screen. Press the green
    screen. An electricity core will be revealed. Take out a damaging weapon
    and blow the core up. This will dispower the Hell Hunter for you to damage
    him. Enable your Artifact and keep pounding on him.  After taking some heavy
    damage, he will power up from the next pole. Do the same thing. Touch the 
    green screen, and blow up the electricity core. Deal out some heavy damage, 
    and do it for the rest of the cores. Once all the poles are destroyed, he will 
    have no source of being invincible from you. Keep unloading on him until he 
    finally dies. Your reward? The power of Invincibility for The Artifact.
    If you run out of charges for the Artifact, go to the right of the arena of
    where you first entered it, and you will drop down to an underground area.
    There is a Health Station if you need it, some items, and most importantly,
    corpses. Go back up by going to the right while underground and return to the
    The Maledict                                                      [D3XP.07.06]
    First Encounter: Hell - Unknown.
    The Maledict is the final boss of the game. Dr. Betruger's head can he seen
    on the Maledict's tongue.
    Before the battle starts, Dr. Betruger will mutter a few words saying about
    how he seeks what you have and will stop at nothing to get it. The battle
    First of all, the Maledict will release fireballs almost constantly through
    the fight. Get out your Artifact, and activate it. Now with everything in
    Hell Time and you invincible, the fun begins. Get out your best weapon,
    preferably the BFG 9000. Charge it up, and aim it at the Maledict. Keep
    hitting the Maledict with everything you got until finally the Maledict will
    go into the volcano. When we comes out, he will throw an inferno all over
    the place, trying to burn you to death. Activate The Artifact again and keep
    unloading on him. Once you hit him enough times, the ending will be revealed
    and you will have beaten the game. The ending is VERY interesting too =)
    If you run out of charges for The Artifact, there are corpses scattered around
    the arena.
    8. Walkthrough                                                    [D3XP.08.01]
    This is what you been waiting for, the actual walkthrough. 
    The walkthrough will give away secret ammo caches, locker combinations, and
    the like. If you rather figure this stuff out for yourself, I'm not here to
    stop you. If you see anything that I might have missed, please notify me as
    soon as possible.
    A. Erebus - Level 1 (Main Excavation)                             [D3XP.08.02]
    In-Game Level Description:
    After the gruesome death of the Cyberdemon two years ago, mining projects on
    Mars are monitored by heavy security forces. Scientists uncover mysteries of
    Mars' past every passing hour.
    The first level of the game, how exciting!
    When the level starts off, you will be in the level where Doom 3 left off of
    after you killed the Cyberdemon. If you have The Artifact equipped, select 
    your Pistol instead, as The Artifact is useless to us for now. Now you're 
    ready for action!
    Walk forward and a cutscene will occur. Dr, Betruger laughs at you while you
    see a body sink into what looks like lava. After the cutscene, proceed.
    You will see three ways to go. Left leads to a dead end, while on the right
    side, there is a hole. Crawl into this hole to receive a Shotgun. Go back out
    of the hole and take the enterance that went straight.
    As soon as you reach the corner with a Medikit on a platform, a Forgotten
    One will appear. Take him out with your Pistol and keep going down the
    corridor. A little ways before you reach the next corner, another Forgotten
    One will appear. Take him out with your Pistol as well and proceed. Kill
    the Forgotten one that appears as you walk and pick up the Shotgun for ammo
    by the Power Cell Generator.
    Helpful reader Kevin has to say this about the items on the ledge that seem
    I was wondering when someone was gonna come up with a walkthrough for the 
    Doom 3 expansion pack.  You did an excellent, excellent job. I actually 
    haven't read it all, yet. I did notice that I think you missed one little 
    thing at the very beginning of the walk through in Erebus - Level 1 
    (Main Excavation).  Right after you get the Shotgun and you continue to walk,
    when you enter the area where the first Forgotten One comes out of the deep 
    pit in the floor, there is the raised platform across the pit and on your 
    right.  The platform has some goodies on it (Health and Shotgun Shells, 
    I think).  However, you can't get up on the platform to get the stuff. Ignore 
    the platform and go on. After you pull the power cell out of the first power 
    generator, the loss of power causes that platform to lower. When the power is
    off, you can then go back to that platform and get the stuff off it.  
    I'm sure you probably knew this already, or maybe you did put it in there 
    and I just didn't see it (duh).  
    Anyway, once again, great job on the walkthrough.  
    DV Morpheus' Thoughts:
    Appreciate that greatly as I couldn't figure out how to get up there without
    cheating. Thanks for the input. On with the walkthrough once more.
    Look at the screen of the Power Cell Generator and it will say, 'Insert' and 
    'Remove'. Remove it and continue. The screen will go red and a Forgotten
    One will appear. You know the drill.
    Keep following the path, and look at the platform. You can climb up it. On
    top of it, there will be a Small Medikit and some Shotgun Shells. Take these
    and jump down, collecting all of the ammo as you go along. There is also
    a Video Disc CD by the fallen Marine, on a large stone.
    Go by Power Cell Generator and insert the Power Cell you currently have in 
    your inventory. This will start an elevator up into the next area. Hop on the
    elevator and go up. Halfway up, McNeil will inform you over your PDA that it
    is imperative that you get that Artifact out of the excavation area. When you
    get to the top, a Forgotten One will appear. Shoot it down.
    As soon as you get off the elevator, climb up to the path and go to the metal
    grating on the left side of the chasm. There is a Large Medikit and 2 Clips
    of ammo for your Machine Gun, which you don't have yet. Follow the path back
    to the opening, down the hall. A Machine Gun and a few clips of ammo will be 
    laying on the floor. How nice.
    Go through the door (It has an orange circle of symbols on it). On the
    platform ahead, there is a dead Marine with Shotgun Shells on the ledge.
    Pick those up and this will trigger two Forgotten Ones to show themselves.
    Gun them down, get off the ledge, go by the door, and proceed down the
    stairs to your left or right.
    Walk forward and an Imp will appear. Gun him down with whatever you choose.
    On the platform you can climb up to the right of the room, there will be two
    clips of Machine Gun ammo and a Large Medikit. Pick those up, drop down,
    and go to the end of the room inside the hole to the door. A badass cutscene
    will occur with a Marine holding the Grabber. He catches an Imp's fireball
    in mid flight, throws it back at him, and kills him. He won't live long
    enough as he's been badly damaged, but he gives you the Grabber. Sweet...
    Proceed down the stairs. Using the Grabber, throw the crates aside and enter
    the hole. A Forgotten One will be waiting for you, so grab him with the
    Grabber and fling him aside.
    Proceed down the dark hallway. In the hallway, there will be a few Forgotten
    Ones waiting for you. Shoot them or throw them away, and walk until you get
    to the big room with the metal gratings and such.
    Get the Security Armor down the left path. A Forgotten One will appear when
    you attempt to get it, so kill him. Go back and take the right path.
    Before going up the stairs, curve around and pick up the Large Medikit and
    Shotgun Shells. Don't forget about the Forgotten One either. Shoot him
    or avoid him, and run up the steps to the door. 
    Open the door and be ready to kill the Forgotten One who will attack you.
    Continue down the path, killing all the Forgotten Ones and the Imp, and climb
    the stairs. There will be an elevator. Climb in, and push the button. Level
    B. Erebus - Level 2 (Erebus Dig Site)                             [D3XP.08.03]
    In-Game Level Description:
    This excavation site is the focal point of the archeological dig at Site 1.
    Here, deep inside the surface of Mars, numerous alien caves and artifacts
    have been discovered.
    As soon as you start this level off, you will be in an elevator. About halfway
    up, the complex will lose power, and the elevator will stop, with everything
    growing dark. A green tint will enshroud the area with a monster scream.
    Wonder what that could be?
    Get the Shotgun Shells and Machine Gun clip to your right when you get off
    the elevator. Go around the back of the elevator and climb the stairs. Pick
    up the Hand Grenades off the crate, and proceed into the construction
    There's a Health Station on the wall if you need it, and pick up the Shotgun
    Shells, Video Disc CD, and the PDA. Talk to the man who's hiding in the locker
    and he will tell you that it's too dangerous to go back out. Get out of
    the construction trailer.
    Kill the Imp that spawns and go back down the stairs. There will be two Imps
    before the stairs, in which one will climb on the railing onto the ledge.
    Kill both and go down the stairs. An Imp will appear in the darkness, so
    go make short work of him. Crawl under the UAC marked door, which will 
    fail to close when you approach it, and a cutscene will occur, introducing
    you to the Vulgar. Kill him and go into the alcove to the left where some
    Large Medikits and some Armor Shards can be found. Go back out of the alcove
    and go to the door. Scan your PDA here for access.
    Go through the hallway and through the other door. A Vulgar will spawn shortly
    after. The screen will get red and dark when you go on ahead, and one Trite
    will appear. Make him dead and climb up the big, stone stairs into the lair
    of your first boss, the Hell Hunter. 
    Betruger will say, "Welcome to your death, Marine" and the battle will ensue.
    Look in the appropriate section for defeating the Hell Hunter.
    Once he's dead, you will receive the first power of your Artifact, the power
    of Hell Time. This will enable you to slow down time around you. This uses
    human corpses to charge itself up.
    Go through the door on the right side of the room. There will be two Large 
    Medikits and come corpses for you to charge up your Artifact with. Do so and
    get all 3 charges.
    In the next room, there will be 3 crushing doors depending on the way you
    pick. Using the power of your Artifact, use Hell Time and run through the
    sets of crushers. Regardless of which way you went, you will end up by a door
    with a Z-Sec Zombie coming out. Blast him and pick up his Shotgun.
    In the next room pick up the Machine Gun ammo and Shotgun Shells littering
    the floor, and get the Armor Shards on the climbable grates. Take that
    Power Cell out of the generator, and run through the sets of doors.
    You will hear a human scream as he gets murdered very brutally up in the
    skybox up there. Walk on the grates until you come to a door that's covered
    in boxes. Use the Grabber and clear the door of the boxes. Go through the
    door and a little ways through the hall, an Imp will appear. Blast him dead
    and use The Artifact on the corpse hanging over the chair if you need more
    charges. Proceed into the door you see by the corpse.
    Some Hand Grenades and a Machine Gun clip are present in the case, so pick
    them up. You will hear some radio chatter coming from a Z-Sec Zombie. Kill
    him and take the ammo he drops. After he's dead, a Vulgar will appear. You
    know what to do. Go through the door at the end of the room.
    Climb up the stairs, picking up the Armor Shards and Shotgun Shells in the
    corner. Enter the room.
    A Vulgar and Imp will spawn to greet you, so kill them, Storage Locker #029
    is nearby. The code for the locker is 516. Grab all the ammo and Hand
    Grenades out of there, and go through the open door. Pick up the Large Medikit
    if you need it, and go through the next door.
    There will be two Z-Sec Zombies with Machine Guns here, so floor them. There
    are Shotgun Shells on top of the stacks of boxes. Use the Grabber to get them.
    There is also Machine Gun ammo present if you walk on the catwalk. When you're
    done, go through the door.
    There are two Z-Sec Zombies in this room, and an Imp down the stairs. Send 
    them back to hell. By the door you just entered, there's a box of Shotgun 
    Shells to the left, and a Small Medikit to the right. Pick them both up and go
    down the stairs where the Imp was hiding. There is a Small Medikit and some
    Armor Shards here if you need them. Go out through the other door on the 
    catwalk when you're finished.
    Blast the Imp that's to the right of you when you go through the door.
    Continue down the stairs and pick up Gregory Martin's PDA and a Large Medikit.
    Go to the screen that says 'Excavation Ladder' and scan your PDA. The ladder
    will drop down and a Forgotten One and a Vulgar will spawn. Destory them
    both and climb up the ladder. Take note of the elevator that is here too.
    You can't access it yet, but you will very shortly.
    Pick up the Armor Shards and enter the door. A Z-Sec Zombie with a Shotgun
    will be hiding behind the crates. Launch a Hand Grenade by him and watch him
    soar 20 feet into the air. There is some health in this room also if you need
    it. Proceed through the door and a Vulgar will appear. Kill him and
    enter the next room.
    Take your Power Cell (You ... do have that, don't you?) and plug it into the
    Generator. Now, go to the screen and call the lift. Remmeber the elevator
    I told you to keep a mental note of? Go back down there, killing Z-Sec Zombies
    and Forgotten Ones and you go, and step into the elevator and push the button.
    Level ended.
    Erebus - Level 3 (Erebus Labs)                                    [D3XP.08.04]
    In-Game Level Description:
    Located just past the ancient caverns, the Artifact Storage facility is a
    depository for the wide variety of objects discovered within Site 1. Seismic
    activity is prevalent in the area, so the storage facility is protected using
    patented UAC shock reduction technology.
    The level starts off, once again, in an elevator. Wait for it to get to the
    top and step off. Down the stairs and to the right will be a Backpack
    containing Shotgun Shells, Bullets, and Clips. Now, turn around and go on the
    catwalk where you can find some ammo and a Large Medikit and and Small Medikit
    if you need them. There are also various ladders that lead to platforms in
    which you can get ammo, health, and most importantly, a Security Armor. Watch
    out for the randomly respawning Forgotten Ones when you pick up the various
    items also. Once you're set, go up the stairs and through the orange  door at
    the opposite side of the room.
    Once you go through the door, three Wraiths will be ready to greet you with 
    open arms. All three Wraiths will spawn about a second after the next, so 
    take them down. There may be an occasional Trite or two, so watch it. Go back 
    up the stairs and hug the left wall, walking on the small ledge. Jump on the
    green crate you encounter and then jump on the platforms and climb the 
    railings. You will find some Hand Grenades. Proceed down below after you 
    obtain them.
    Walk around and climb up the stairs to where you see some rotating light
    fixtures. A few Wraiths will spawn again, so floor them. There are some health
    items and Shotgun Shells in the box right by the door. Go through the orange
    As soon as you open it, a Trite will be around 5 feet away from you, so blast
    him. As you continue walking, another Trite will pop out from behind the
    crate. As soon as you kill him, two Wraiths will spawn, one in front of you,
    and one behind you. Lay waste to them. There is also two Small Medikits and
    three Armor Shards up on the platform. Once you're done here, go through the
    next door.
    Pick up the PDA by the corpse. As soon as you do, a cutscene will play with
    the green spiked balls moving back and forth, and a path will reveal itself.
    Take out your Artifact, use Hell Time, and move quickly across the path to
    the other end of the room. Climb up the stairs and another cutscene will
    be there, revealing a Vulgar. Kill him and climb up the platform to find some
    Machine Gun ammo and a Small Medikit. Jump onto the brown pillars, onto the
    catwalk to reveal some Shotgun Shells. Jump down and get the Armor Shards
    laying under the catwalk. Go by the door, get corpses for your Artifact if
    you need them, and go through the door.
    Some Shotgun Shells and Machine Gun ammo will be to the right, and the 
    'Objective Completed' will ring up. You will hear some radio chatter coming
    from some local Z-Sec Zombies hiding behind crates. Grenade them and kill
    the two Vulgars that spawn. Get the Security Armor from the broken elevator
    directly ahead, and find the nearby working elevator. Take note that of the
    'Site 1 Research' door is closed. We'll come back here later once we have
    the PDA. Take the ammo and go into the elevator and push the button to
    Level 2 - The Medical Labs.
    Go through the door and kill the Z-Sec Zombie. Storage Locker #105 is
    to the left at the T shaped junction, but we don't have access to it yet.
    Instead, take the other way. Kill the Z-Sec Zombie that will be there to
    greet you. If you need health, feel free to use the Health Station nearby.
    Once you're ready, go through the door.
    Two Zombies will emerge from the X-Ray Machine, while one will come from a 
    small alcove. Blast them to hell and move through the door by the X-Ray 
    A nearby human inside the lab will tell you to back off before he transforms
    into a Zombie. End his misery and most importantly, pick up the PDA of
    Preston Glenn nearby. Before you leave, take the Power Cell from the
    Generator. Since you now have the PDA and the Power Cell, go back to Storage
    Locker #105. Along the way, kill the Vulgars that appear in the X-Ray Machine,
    the hallway, and by Storage Locker #105.
    Preston Glenn's PDA gave you the access code for Storage Locker #105. The
    code is 769. Take the Hand Grenades, Bullets, and Shotgun Shells, and
    make your way back to locked 'Site 1 Research' door. A Vulgar will be right in
    your face once you step off the elevator, so prepare yourself. Scan the PDA
    on the keypad to gain access.
    Pick up the PDA of Steven Crane and go through the door to the left. Kill the
    3 Zombies and enter the door marked 'Offices'. Climb the ladder. A Health
    Station is nearby if you need it. Go through the door at the top of the
    ladder. Kill the 4 Zombies that are by the machines and go through the door
    straight ahead.
    You will hear Pistol shots coming form the glass room, the sound of a Zombie
    dying, and the sound of a human dying. Kill the Z-Sec Zombie that's behind
    the crates to the right when you entered the door, and go into the glass area
    in which the human died. Look at Steven Crane's PDA and go to User E-Mail.
    Read the E-Mail from Stewart Jackson titled "Ready for this.. ?" It gives
    you the code to Sarge's locker to get access to...
    Are you ready?
    The Double Barreled Shotgun!
    The code for the glass case is 428. Pick up the Double Barreled Shotgun and
    all its glory, and pick up the Keycard by the Double Barreled Shotgun as
    well. Exit the room and go to the opposite end of the room. Scan the Keycard
    and pick up the Power Cell from the Generator. Two Zombies will pop up from
    the alcoves that open up, so use whatever to take them down. Kill more Zombies
    and continue out of the room.
    The screen will turn all red and 6 Zombies will appear at once. Kill them
    all with the Machine Gun or Double Barreled Shotgun, and go out of the room.
    Go back down the ladder and go into the room directly across from the Offices
    named 'Artifact Storage'.
    A Vulgar will respawn, so take him down. Round the corner, and two more 
    Vulgars will be present. Blow them away as well. There is also Machine Gun 
    ammo and Shotgun Shells nearby in a suitcase. Enter the door at the opposite 
    end of the hall.
    Pick up the Security Armor, and plug the two Power Cells into the Generator.
    Now, go to the terminals and push the button that says 'Vent Gas'. Once
    the filtration is over with, go back out of the room, killing Z-Sec Zombies
    and a Vulgar, and to the door labeled 'Artifact Storage'. For reference, it's
    by the door where we had to scan the PDA to gain access to the 'Site 1
    Research' door.
    Go into the room and pick up Victor Kharkov's PDA. Now, go down the small
    "hallway" and pick up The Primitive item. 'Objective Completed' will flash
    on the screen. Two Vulgars will now spawn in corners of the room, so floor 
    them. Enter the door by the main enterance.
    Kill the Zombies and enter the next door.
    Pick up any Armor Shards and health items you see, and open the bay door.
    Push the button inside to end the level.
    Erebus - Level 4 (Erebus Control)                                 [D3XP.08.05]
    In-Game Level Description:
    The Erebus Complex has the capability to process ore retrieved from the deep
    Martian caverns. Experimental UAC machinery has been developed in order to
    process and handle the highly radioactive natural resources.
    Wait for the bay door to open and walk out, collecting the Large Medikit and
    Small Medikit on the racks. A man will talk to you from the ventilation 
    shafts. He says you and him can escape this place if you find two Power Cells
    for the Generator. Sounds good. Walk up the stairs and an Imp will spawn. Kill
    him and go through the door.
    Kill the Zombie with the wrench and pick up the Armor Shards and Bullets on
    the shelf. Your gunfire will alert two Z-Sec Zombies. Kill them and go into 
    the room with the flickering lights to reveal some Shotgun Shells. Walk out 
    of the room and go through the next door.
    In the next room kill the Vulgar and go around the pillar to reveal a box
    of Shotgun Shells and a Security Armor. Proceed down the path and pick up
    the Medikits from the suitcase if you need them. Take note of the locked
    door that needs PDA access.
    Go through the doors and kill the Imps that appear. Note the Storage Locker
    #408 tucked away in the corner. There are Hand Grenades in the opposite corner
    from the Storage Locker. Now, go down the stairs to the hole. Some Armor
    Shards can be found among the crates, so pick those up. Enter the hole and go
    up into the next area.
    Kill the Z-Sec Zombie, Imps, and the Vulgar who spawn. Pick up any ammo or
    health items you find and enter the next door. There is also another
    locked door that needs PDA access also. Keep in mind of this and the other
    Pick up the PDA of Ron Gibbons and pick up the Machine Gun ammo and Shotgun
    Shells off the shelf. Kill the Zombie here also. Scan your PDA by the nearby
    door. Go down to Security Locker #408. Rob Gibbon's PDA gave you the combo
    to it, which is 937. Pick up the Shotgun Shells it holds. Retrace your steps
    to the second locked door that required the PDA. Scan your PDA and enter.
    There are Zombies and Imps in the nearby office, not to mention Shotgun Shells
    and a Security Armor, along with health. Kill everything and take the items.
    Step out of the room and go down the hallway to the next door. Before going
    in, kill the Vulgar that appears.
    There is some Machine Gun ammo and Shotgun Shells in the suitcase near the
    door, and some Zombies in the room. Shoot everything down and exit the room.
    There are some Medikits in the dark shadows of the alcove and a Flaming 
    Zombie in the nearby fire. Kill him and enter the next door you see.
    Z-Sec Zombies will hear you open the door and immediately go try to find
    cover, while attempting to take potshots off of you. Flip a few Hand Grenades
    their way and also pick up the Hand Grenades on the floor. There is yet
    another door locked that needs PDA access. Keep this in mind. Go into the
    next two doors.
    Kill the Vulgar that spawns right by the Power Cell Generator. An objective
    will say that you need a Power Cell for the Generator to start the lift. Pick
    up Mac Smith's PDA and go back to the locked door that needed PDA access
    that you saw 2 minutes ago. Open the door up and go in.
    Kill the two Zombies that are in the room and kill the Z-Sec Zombie also. 
    Another Storage Locker #407 is nearby, and you have access to it because
    of the previous one. The code is 937 if you forgot. Pick up the Bullets,
    Shotgun Shells, and Small Medikit from the locker. In the back of the room
    is the Power Cell you've been looking for. Two Vulgars will spawn once you
    receive it. Go back to the lift that needed the Power Cell and plug it in.
    'Objective Complete' will flash on the screen. Watch out for the Vulgar
    on your trip back here. Ride the elevator to the top and jump off just 
    before you get crushed. Go through the next door here.
    Go through the twisted hallway and enter through the door.
    Upon entering the room, kill the Z-Sec Zombie and take his ammo. Pick up 
    Nathan Reynold's PDA that's laying on the floor, and kill the two Vulgars that
    spawn and kill the Zombie. A Health Station is nearby if you need it. Enter
    through the next door when you're ready.
    Kill the Z-Sec Zombie and enter through the next door.
    Kill this Z-Sec Zombie, and pick up any corpses you might need for your
    Artifact. Go through the next door.
    Kill the Imp that spawns and walk down the stairs. Scan your PDA for access
    through this door. Go to the screen and press 'Release' to release the bridge.
    Kill the Vulgar that will respawn once you get to the other side of the
    bridge, and climb down the ladder that's to your right. Obtain the Power Cell
    from the Generator below, walk up the stairs, and go through the next door.
    Remember this area? This is the room with the very first door that was locked
    because you didn't have the necessary PDA to get through it. Regardless, kill
    the two Zombies that appear, then kill the Vulgar that spawns where you first
    got the Security Armor.
    What you want to do is retrace your steps back to the beginning where that
    guy wanted you to get the two Power Cells for the Generator. You will have to
    kill some Imps and Vulgars along the way, so be ready.
    When you get to the first room, plug the Power Cells into the Generator.
    Ride the lift up to the top and climb the ladder. Where'd our friend go?
    Navigate through the air ducts to find a ladder. Go past this and you'll
    find our friend, covered in his own blood =(
    Grab the Machine Gun ammo and go down the ladder you saw.
    Keep following the path and you'll come to a room with an elevator and some
    Armor Shards. Pick up the Armor Shards, enter the elevator, and end the level.
    Erebus - Level 5 (Erebus Research)                                [D3XP.08.06]
    In-Game Level Description:
    Within the Erebus Complex, various ancient fragments found within Site 1 are
    carefully studied by Dr. Cloud and his team of researchers. Here, within the
    Artifact Research, they strive to decipher the ancient remains.
    Step off the elevator and walk forward. Three Imps and one Vulgar will 
    immediately spawn, so don't waste time toying around with these guys. Once
    they're all dead, walk to the dead end on the right and you can find some
    Armor Shards among the crates. Take note of the locked door named 'Cargo
    Tunnel A'. Go to the other end of the catwalk, pick up the Large Medikits
    if you need them, and go through the door.
    Two Zombies must immediately run from their hiding spaces and begin to attack
    you. Lay waste to them and proceed. There is a locked door that requires
    a Keycard to get in. Take note of this also as we'll return here later.
    Kill the two Imps that spawn and look to your right. There should be a
    greenish wall and a big pipe. Duck under the big pipe to reveal some Hand
    Grenades. Exit through the door on the other side of the room.
    Walk up the stairs into the next room.
    A cutscene will play in which a scientist will be talking to Dr. McNeil.
    They talk about how the Primitive, the stole tablet you got a few levels
    back, and how the forces of hell link to The Primitive. Before leaving, the
    scientist gives you the Armory Keycard. We need to backtrack back to the 
    door that needed a Keycard to be opened. Climp up the stairs. get the Machine
    Gun ammo by the corpse, and enter the room.
    An Imp, Zombie, and Vulgar will be present in this room, so slay all of them.
    Pick up the Shotgun Shells and Machine Gun ammo from the suitcase and make
    your way down the stairs to the computer screens. A Health Station is here
    and some Armor Shards are under the stairs. Pick them up, go back up the
    stairs, and enter the next room.
    Kill the Zombie and the Vulgar that respawns, and get the ammo from the
    suitcase nearby. Proceed into the next room.
    Kill the Imp and a Vulgar will respawn immediately after the Imp dies. Kill
    him, pick up the Machine Gun ammo by the door, and go through the next door.
    Climb down the stairs, and kill the Imp that spawns. Pick up Sean Gibbons'
    PDA, and take the Large Medikits by the corpse if you need them. There is also
    some Hand Grenades and a Small Medikit under the catwalk in the reddish area.
    Go through the next door once you're set to go.
    Kill the Imps that appear and go by the fenced area. Take out your Grabber
    and pick up a nearby box and put it next to the large box. This creates
    "stairs" used to get over the fence in which you can obtain health, Shotgun
    Shells, and Machine Gun ammo. Go by the next door that requires PDA access.
    There are some Armor Shards and a Small Medikit by the door. Pick those up,
    scan your PDA to gain access into the room, and go through.
    Kill the Imps in this room. You are now back in the starting room. Make your
    way back through the door on the opposite end of the room and enter it.
    A barrel will fly across the room when you walk a little ways into the room
    and an Imp will reveal itself. Blast him to hellWalk a little father and
    scan your newly obtained Keycard to gain access to the Armory. Kill the Vulgar
    that respawns here and pick up the assload of ammo here, and more importantly,
    the Chaingun! You will be using this in a moment, so get it out. Scan your
    PDA on the door and walk through.
    Walk down the stairs and through the door.
    This is possible the best and most fun area of the game. A very cool cutscene
    will show you putting on a helmet with a flashlight, eliminating the need
    of using your own Flashlight. This helmet is your Environment Suit. Basically
    this gives you oxygen to be able to breathe in the toxic wastes.
    Get your Chaingun out if you didnt have it out already. Being as this is a
    very linear area, I have no walkthrough for this point. You will encounter
    Bio Suit Zombies, Cherubs, Maggots, and Mancubi. To get oxygen tanks to
    breathe, you have to Kill Bio Suit Zombies or find tanks littered around
    the area. Just keep running and gunning everything down until you find some
    stairs with a catwalk. Open the door here and another cutscene will play.
    You don't get your cool helmet anymore, but oh well. Proceed through the
    next door.
    Proceed up the next flights of stairs and open the airlock. Press the button
    to exit the level.
    Erebus - Level 6 (Erebus Station)                                 [D3XP.08.07]
    In-Game Level Description:
    Site 1 is comprised of two major facilities, the Erebus Complex and Phobos
    Labs. Monorails leave from Erebus Station to Phobos - Sector 1 at regularly
    scheduled intervals.
    You will start off the level in the airlock from the previous level. Run to
    the other end of the Martian base, killing Vulgars and Cacodemons as you
    go along. When you reach the other end, you will find a ladder. Pick up the
    Air Canister by the ladder, and climb up. Run and gun the Vulgars that spawn,
    picking up the various Air Canisters. Go to the next airlock and press the
    button to get in. Open the door to the next area.
    A guy working on a Sentry Bot will call you over. He says that he released
    Sentry Bots through the complex, and he says to follow them through the
    next areas. Pick up the Small Medikits and Armor Shards you find littered
    around and go through the door.
    A Vulgar will knock a tall object over and begin to attack you. Kill him
    and pick up the Shotgun Shells by the next door. Go through the next door.
    A Vulgar will drop from the ceiling in the back of the room and attack.
    Kill him and the Zombie that appears. Pick up the Armor Shards out of the
    alcove and go through the next door.
    Immediately turn to the left and put a Shotgun Shell through the Zombie's
    head. A Vulgar will spawn and begin to climb the stairs to attack you.
    Kill him and go into the door at the very bottom of the stairs.
    Kill the Zombie and pick up the PDA of Fred Grossman. Immediately destroy the
    Zombie that's to the left of you after you pick up the PDA. Pick up the
    Machine Gun ammo and the Large Medikit, and scan your PDA by the PDA locked
    door nearby.
    Storage Lockers #034 and #035 are in this room, along with a Health Station.
    You get these codes from Fred Grossman's PDA, and the code for both lockers
    is 134. Pick up the Chaingun Rounds, Bullets, Shotgun Shells, Machine Gun
    ammo, and the Armor Shards found in these lockers. Heal up if you need to
    and backtrack to the other door by the room with the two flights of stairs.
    A PDA access door is here, but before you get to it, a Renevant will spawn.
    Do whatever it takes to take him down, and enter the door.
    Pick up the Armor Shards and Large Medikits if you need them, and get corpses
    for The Artifact if you need them. 'Objective Complete' will be shown on the
    screen. Follow the Sentry Bot.
    Kill all the Vulgars, Trites, and Renevants you encounter, and also pick
    up the ammo and health you find along the way. Once you get to the end,
    pick up the Chaingun Rounds, heal at the Health Station if you need it, and
    climb the ladder.
    Navigate through the air ducts and enter the room. A cutscene will play
    showing the Marine activating a screen and the second Hell Hunter being
    revealed. Time to get your second Artifact Power! Check the appropriate 
    section on this boss fight.
    Once the Hell Hunter is dead, you will receive your second power: The power
    of Quad Damage! This will multiply your weapons' damages by four.
    Once you are through, get any corpses that remain and walk into the monorail.
    Push the button to end the level and into Phobos.
    Phobos Labs - Sector 1 (Teleportation)                            [D3XP.08.08]
    In-Game Level Description:
    While the Phobos Labs play host to a wide array of research, Sector 1 is
    primarily concerned with the advancement of teleportation technology. A sister
    teleportation facility has been constructed in the Delta Labs, located at
    Site 3.
    You will continue your journey on the monorail, as you left off from the last
    level. The monorail comes to a complete stop afterwards. Welcome to Phobos
    Labs Marine!
    Step off of the monorail, turn right, and head down the ladder. Rockets for
    the Rocket Launcher (Which you don't have yet) can be found by the corpse
    here. Pick them up and head back up the ladder. Pick up any ammo, health,
    and Armor Shards you find around the area. Once you're done, head up the
    stairs and enter through the door.
    Go up the stairs again and through the other door.
    A Zombie Commando will rush to your coordinates. Blow him away with your
    Double Barreled Shotgun. Proceed into the room. Curve around the terminals
    and up the stairs, killing the two Z-Sec Zombies you find. Get the ammo by
    the Health Station and patch yourself up if you need it. Go through the next
    door right by the stairs.
    Kill the Zombie once you enter through the door. If you listen closely, you
    will hear the scratching of a Vulgar climbing the wall. He will appear behind
    you. Blast him away and kill the Zombies that will drag towards you. Go
    down the hallway through the next door.
    Head down the stairs and kill the Vulgar who drops down from the ceiling.
    Enter the next room.
    Kill the Zombie that's around the corner. When you try to use the elevator
    here, the system will fail because of low power. Pick up the Large Medikits
    and proceed down the ramp through the next door.
    Walk forward towards the barrels. The door ahead will open up and a Chaingun
    Commando will open fire on you. Retaliate by sticking a few Shotgun Shells
    through his head. A Vulgar will spawn once you kill him. Go kill the Vulgar
    and go dwon the stairs that was to the right of the enterance to this room.
    Head left into a room with the UAC logo on the metal door that says 'Phobos
    Labs'. You can't enter through this door but there is a Large Medikit and
    some Rockets. Two Vulgars will spawn after you pick these up. Kill the Vulgars
    and note the door that requires a Keycard in this area. After noting the door,
    go through the door in which the Chaingun Commando popped out from.
    A Commando will run towards you and attempt to whip you. Let him rest in peace
    by firing a well aimed Double Barreled Shotgun blast to his chest. Run up
    the stairs through the door here.
    Some Machine Gun ammo and a Small Medikit can be found to the leftof the
    door, and Hand Grenades and Armor Shards can be found to the far right. Pick
    these up and blast the three Z-Sec Zombies and the Fat Zombie that are on the
    upper part of the catwalk. Proceed up to the upper part of the catwalk and
    go into the small alcove here with tons of blood. A Zombie is here, but
    there is also a Security Armor here. Two Vulgars will also spawn here, so
    floor them. Proceed through the door that's by the alcove when you're
    completed here.
    A Pinky will pop out when you try to run the corner. Since you have very
    little space to maneuver here, take him down with one well placed Double
    Barreled Shotgun blast. Kill the Zombie that's also here and enter through
    the next door.
    Take out your Hand Grenades, and toss one down the nearby stairs, killing
    a Commando who will run up to attack you. Flip a few Hand Grenades to the
    Z-Sec Zombies who try to run behind crates. Pick up the Large Medikits and
    the Machine Gun ammo near the door, and make your way down the stairs.
    Run past the teleporter and enter through the room. You will find a new
    weapon here, the Rocket Launcher! Nice...
    Go up to the computer screens and press the buttons to search for nearby
    teleporter destinations and select Pad 1. 'Objective Complete' will display
    on the screen, and a Hell Knight will spawn right by the teleporter. He walks
    away because of the fear of us killing him. The teleporter screens report
    that there is insufficient power, and two Renevants will start spawning, 
    zeroing in on your location. Great...
    Kill the Renevants, run up the stairs, and head into the other door.
    Knock the Zombie dead that's in the alcove, and move into the room with the
    big pipes. Kill the two Vulgars here. Before moving down the stairs, two
    Z-Sec Zombies will attempt to gun you down from way down below. Funny thing
    is, they have no protection. Kill them with a single Rocket and move down the
    stairs. Walk back to the door you used to enter this place, and turn right.
    Walk across the catwalk and kill the Renevant thst spawns in front of you
    and the Vulgar that spawns to the left of you, on the other side. Proceed
    down the dark hallway, killing the Zombies, and enter through the door here.
    Three Zombies will be in this room and two Vulgars will spawn. Kill everything
    in the room and note Storage Locker #042. We don't have the combo for it yet
    but we will soon enough. Go through the next door on the right.
    A Pinky will be right in your face as you open the door, so ready your Double
    Barreled Shotgun and take aim, killing him in one hit. Since there's no way
    to get through the stack of obstacles here, go into the small hole and
    crawl through the ducts. Come out at the other end where a corpse falls
    through the hole. Pick up Bernard Fresko's PDA, which reveals the combo
    to Storage Locker #042. Before backtracking to the locker, pick up the
    SkyTram Keycard here also.
    The code for Storage Locker #042 is 714. Pick up the box of Shotgun Shells
    and the Ammo Belt for the Chaingun out of the locker, and go through the
    door where you found Bernard Fresko's PDA and the SkyTram Keycard. Don't
    forget to pick up all the ammo off the shelves before going through the door!
    Take the elevator nearby to Level 1 - The Lobby.
    Go through the door by the ramp.
    We're back to the room where that door needed the Keycard. After you enter
    the room, our friend, the Hell Knight, that we saw before will spawn and
    attempt to beat your ass over. Knock him dead with the Rocket Launcher and
    also the Renevant that spawns close to him. Find the door in this area to
    where the door needed the Keycard. Scan the Keycard by the door and go through
    Before going into the monorail, drop down onto the pipes and then onto the
    floor. Crawl under the pipes to discover a Plasma Rifle and some Cells for
    the taking! Climb the ladder back out, enter the monorail, and push the
    Your monorail will stop about halfway, and there will be a distant scientist
    working on something. Just then, Dr. Betruger laughs and a Hell Knight is
    spawned right next to the scientist. The Hell Knight rips the scientist's
    head off, and the Hell Knight flings the body at a Mach-2 speed directly at
    your monorail car =(
    Your monorail car keeps moving and you'll come to the end. Open the bay door
    nearby here, and press the button to transfer to Phobos Labs 2.
    Phobos Labs - Sector 2 (Molecular Research)                       [D3XP.08.09]
    In-Game Level Description:
    In addition to providing state of the art lab facilities for renowned
    scientist Dr. Elizabeth McNeil and her team, this sector also contains many
    of te Site 1's important sub-systems.
    Your first objective is to rendezvous up with Dr. Elizabeth McNeil.
    Walk out of the bay door. Don't worry, no monsters will spawn in this room,
    so relax. Look for the sign on the ceiling that reads, 'Research Facility'.
    Enter through the door in the direction of the arrow.
    Go into the room marked, 'Gallery'. Pick up the Security Armor behind the
    display case and exit the room. Go through the next door just down the hall.
    When you enter the door, move into the small alcove to the right of the door.
    Use the Grabber to move the barrel to reveal some Machine Gun ammo and some
    Large Medikits. Move out of the alcove, pick up the Armor Shards by the dead
    Marine, and move through the door marked, 'Research Sector A'.
    Pick up the Chaingun ammo ahead and turn left down the hall. Salvage anything
    you can from the offices, but most importantly, pick up James Owens' PDA from
    the meeting room. This will cause four Vulgars and two Renevants to spawn,
    but not all at the same time. Head back out the room.
    A Brusier will spawn in the back of the room, so use The Artifact's Hell Time
    and beat his ass over with anything you got. Scan your PDA next to the door
    marked 'Research Sector B' to gain access, and enter through the door into
    the next room. Run down the ramp and enter the room next to the Sentry Bot
    so rendezvous with Dr. McNeil. 'Objective Complete' rings up on the screen
    when the cutscene finishes. She gives you the Pumping Station Keycard, which
    is our next destination. Pick up any health items you can find, and follow
    the hallway to the next door. Go through it.
    Pick up the Rockets and Large Medikits from the suitcase, and enter the next
    Pick up the Large Medikit and the box of Shotgun Shells, and open the airlock.
    Run to the left, and get your Double Barreled Shotgun out. Run up the various
    ramps, killing The Forgotten One, and picking up Air Canisters. Dodge the
    Renevants rockets, killing him in one shot with the Double Barreled Shotgun,
    and run up some more stairs. At the very top, scan the new Keycard you
    received and enter the door.
    Run across the catwalk, and up the stairs first. Shut down the Pump Station.
    'Objective Complete' will display on the screen. Run down the stairs, and
    down the next set of stairs, turn left, and pick up Seth Killian's PDA.
    Two Vulgars and two Renevants will spawn. Kill them all and run to the end.
    Heal up at the Health Station if you need it, and enter the next door.
    Run across the catwalks to the other end of the Martian planet, killing
    Forgotten Ones and Cacodemons as you go along. Close the airlock and enter
    though the door. Kill the Vulgar, pick up the box of Shotgun Shells by the
    broken door, and run to the other end of the hall through the next door.
    Kill the Vulgars in this room, and enter through the door on the right.
    Heal at the Health Station if you need it, pick up the Bullets and Machine
    Gun ammo in the corner, and go through the next door.
    Kill all the Z-Sec Zombies by your weapon of choice, and enter through the
    door at the back of the room. There is some Chaingun ammo and some Armor
    Shards here. When you are done collecting all the goodies, exit this
    room and proceed down the long hallway. Kill all the Z-Sec Zombies while
    picking up any ammo and health you can find, and go through the other door.
    Pick up Keith Noordzy's PDA in the corner. His PDA contains the bridge code,
    which we'll be needing in a moment. Pick up the box of Shotgun Shells and the
    Bullets also. Move through the door on the wall.
    Before proceeding through the next door, pick up the Rockets, Medikits, Armor
    Shards, and anything else off the shelf. Move through the door.
    Use the bridge combo found in Keith Noordzy's PDA (If you don't want to look,
    the code is 281). Punch in the numbers and move into the glass house. Kill
    the three Z-Sec Zombies and move to the computer screen. Activate the lift.
    Turn around and retrace your steps back to the room where the Vulgar popped
    out from the ceiling and the grate tell. It's the room after where you first
    got off the airlock. Go through this door, pick up the Security Armor and
    the Large Medikits if you need them, and call the lift if you need to. Get on
    the lift, and ride to where it takes you. Pick up the Plasma Rifle and the
    abundant amount of Cells, and move through the door. Your battle with the
    final and hardest Hell Hunter will begin. Check the 'Boss' section for details
    on how to beat him.
    Your reward for killing this hard beast? The power of Invincibility! Yay!
    'Objective Completed' will flash on the screen. McNeil tells you now to use
    the monorail and go back and enter the Delta Complex. Exit through the back
    door and ride the lift back to the other side. Pick up the Large Medikit and
    Machine Gun ammo and enter through the door.
    A Renevant will spawn, so drop him dead. Pick up the Shotgun, box of Shotgun
    Shells, and the Armor Shards by the restricted door, and move down the hallway
    and enter the next door. Pick up the excess amount of Cells, and press
    the screen on the terminal. A Bruiser will spawn and the restricted door will
    be opened. Go through the restricted door, use Hell Time, and kill the Bruiser
    here. Go through the metal detector-like object and through the door.
    Kill the Renevant that spawns in the 'Gallery' and go through the door that's
    near the 'Gallery' door.
    Kill the two Renevants here and open the bay door. Press the button inside
    to transfer to Phobos Labs 3.
    Phobos Labs - Sector 3 (Main Reactor)                             [D3XP.08.10]
    In-Game Level Description:
    Power requirements for Site 1 are enormous and are generated in Sector 3 by
    an extremely efficient Plasma Reactor. This revolutionary technology was
    developed by UAC scientists within the Phobos Labs.
    With the Hell Hunters all dead, there's only one thing left to do: Enter hell
    and kill Dr. Betruger. Go into the monorail and press the button inside to
    activate the skytram and move to the next area.
    Move into either door marked 'Reactor Operations' and kill the three Zombies
    inside. Go into the door that reads 'Plasma Storage'. Pick up all the Cells
    you see on the shelves. The Plasma Rifle should be your main weapon this whole
    level because of all the ammo you should have stockpiled. Heal at the Health
    Station if you need to. Exit the room.
    Kill the two Vulgars and one Renevant that spawn and move up the stairs to the
    catwalk. Enter the door here.
    Armor Shards are to the right. Pick those up and move to the door at the
    other end of the room.
    You will be in the Main Reactor room. The monster spawn from the blue beam
    of plasma and they they respawn infinitely. USe the lifts to reach the lowest
    part of the room and enter the only door that has green lights by it.
    Get the Chaingun and Machine Gun ammo by the Health Station, and heal up. Take
    the ladder down to the next area. The ladder is by the enterance of this room.
    Keep moving down the ladders until you get to the terminals. Pick up Nicolas
    Haag's PDA, Cells, and Security Armor by the terminal. Ride the lift upwards
    to the top and exit the room.
    Ride the lifts back up to the top. killing Cacodemons and Forgotten Ones as
    you go to the door that's locked by PDA access. Scan your PDA here to gain 
    admittance. Move in.
    Go down to the terminals and press the button that says 'Initiate Shutdown'.
    This will shut down the Phobos Reactor. Before leaving, check out Storage
    Locker #009. The code is obtained from Nicolas Haag's PDA, and the code is
    492. Pick up the Security Armor, Chaingun ammo, and Machine Gun ammo. Leave
    the room.
    Go to the computer screen and activate the bridge. Walk across the bridge to
    your right and go through the door.
    Pick up the box of Shotgun Shells by the dead Marine, and kill the three
    Z-Sec Zombies that are around the corner. Pick up the Chaingun ammo, Cells,
    and Armor Shards next to the lift. Climb onto the lift and ride it downwards.
    Kill the four Renevants and the Pinky here. This can be difficult, so make
    good use of The Artifact here. There are Rockets and Machine Gun ammo in the
    right corners of the room as you get off the lift. Enter through the door to
    the left of the lift.
    Follow the Sentry Bot that will activate through the darkness, killing Vulgars
    and Wraiths as you go along. Once you are at the end of the darkness, you will
    see an elevator. Ride it up to the airlock. Pick up the Plasma Rifle and the
    Cells, and open the airlock. There will be no monster encounters through
    the Martian terrain, so just follow the path. There is a guard rail you can
    jump over to pick up a Security Armor. Enter the airlock.
    Once inside, kill the two Z-Sec Zombies and heal at the Health Station if you
    need to. Walk down the two flights of stairs. Under the second flight of
    stairs, you can climb underneath to get some Chaingun ammo and some Armor
    Shards. Enter the elevator when you're ready and ride it down to the Cargo
    Get out your Rocket Launcher once your off the elevator. Walk down the tunnel
    and open the door. If it's too dark, open the shutters by pressing the button
    on the nearby terminal. Fire a few rockets towards the Hell Knight and run
    to the end of the tunnel. Open the door here and enter it. Keep your Rocket
    Launcher out.
    Run halfway down the tunnel and a Hell Knight will knock over some crates and
    come toward you. Blast him away and a second will come shortly after. Send
    him flying 20 feet into the air. Walk down the tunnel, past the elevator
    that's on fire, equip your Machine Gun and open the door. 
    A Pinky will charge at you right away. Fire Machine Gun rounds to his head
    and make him history. Enter the room now.
    Pick up the Cells by the crates and begin walking through the steel jungle.
    A Renevant will be walking down the stairs, along with two Z-Sec Zombies.
    Kill them all and pick up the Large Medikits and Shotgun Shells by the stairs.
    Climb up the stairs now and go through the tunnel. You will encounter a ladder
    but a Vulgar will pop out. Shoot him up and climb the ladder and go through
    the door at the top.
    Walk all the way to the wall and take the door on the left. Press the button
    on the computer screen to initiate the shutdown of the life support systems.
    'Objective Complete' will show up on the screen. Exit the room and walk down
    the hallway. You will encounter no monsters, so don't worry too much about it.
    Open the bay doors to end the level and transfer back to Phobos Labs 1.
    Phobos Labs - Revisited (Teleportation)                           [D3XP.08.11]
    In-Game Level Description:
    While teleportation is the primary field of research in Sector 1, UAC 
    scientists made important discoveries here in the area of gravity
    manipulation. As a result, the Gravity Accelerator is one of the UAC's most
    successful products.
    Step out of the transfer bay and pick up the two boxes of Shotgun Shells.
    Go through the door nearby into the next area.
    Kill the two Z-Sec Zombies who will come charging down the stairs. Two Vulgars
    will also spawn so watch out. Pick up the Cell Packs and move through the
    next door.
    Pick up the Armor Shards, Chaingun ammo, and Ronn Jolson's PDA. Climb up the
    stairs and pick up the Machine Gun ammo and the Rockets. Go back down the
    stairs and use the door by which you found Ronn Jolson's PDA.
    Walk to the left and ignore the monorail. Between three to five Bruisers will
    spawn in this room. There is a Security Armor in the back of the room and
    a Cell Pack lying on the ground. Regardless, walk up the stairs to the catwalk
    and enter the door.
    Walk down the stairs and kill the massive amounts of Z-Sec Zombies. When you
    get farther down the tunnel, an Archvile will spawn. Kill him off quickly
    and keep walking forward. Two Renevants will spawn, so floor them too.
    Then, when you get up the stairs to the big door, kill the two Vulgars that
    spawn. Pick up anything you can find and walk through the big door.
    A Bruiser will spawn when you step one foot through that door. You know the
    drill. Kill him, pick up the Small Medikit and the box of Shotgun Shells by
    the door, and walk up the stairs. Pick up the Large Medikits and walk up
    the other set of stairs. Kill the Z-Sec Zombies and the Wraiths that will
    spawn here. When you face the two possible tunnels you can go, take the tunnel
    straight first. An Archvile will spawn, so take him down. Pick up the Rockets
    and Security Armor, and go through the other tunnel this time, killing the
    three Wraiths that spawn. Pick up theArmor Shards and Medikits, and go 
    through the door.
    Four Renevants and one Bruiser will spawn, one right after another. Floor
    every single one, leaving no survivors, and go into the room nearby. Activate
    the teleporter, and scan for active pads. Choose 'Pad 1 - Delta' and move
    through the teleporter. Press the button to move to Delta.
    Delta Labs - Unknown (Union Aerospace Research Division)          [D3XP.08.12]
    In-Game Level Description:
    The Delta Complex is the most advanced research facility on Mars. Sector 1
    contains the power systems, energy core distribution center, and services the
    administrative functions of the entire Delta Complex.
    You are back in the Delta Labs from Doom 3, but they certainly don't look like
    it. The Delta Labs are the last area before entering Hell.
    When you start off, kill the Flaming Zombie that's walking around. Go behind
    the terminals to the right of the teleporter and pick up the Cells and Cell
    Packs. Kill the Forgotten Ones and the Hell Knight that spawns, and walk to
    the end. Pick up the best weapon of the game - The BFG 9000, and the BFG Cell.
    Walk around and go through the door you encounter. Go through the next door
    Kill the Renevant at the top of the stairs, and kill the Zombies also.
    Continue up the stairs. Kill the Flaming Zombie that comes out of the door
    to the right when you get to the end, and enter the door on the left.
    Kill the two Zombies and proceed. There will be a Hell Knight on the catwalk
    so eliminate him. Some Forgotten Ones will start spawning to take them out
    too. A door will open on the wall and a Renevant will launch an attack. Kill
    him and walk into the beams of light to be teleported to the next area.
    Kill the Flaming Zombie when he comes along and walk through the door. Take
    the left way and and kill the two Vulgars and one Renevant that spawn. Walk
    into the room that's to the right and pick up a Cell Pack and Chaingun ammo.
    Walk into the door finally that reads 'Unlocked' on the screen. Pick up
    the BFG 9000 from the corpse and continue through the next door.
    Kill the Zombies to the left that are down the hall, and kill the Flaming
    Zombie that's straight down the stairs running up towards you. A Renevant
    will spawn here to kill him too. Walk down the stairs and pick up some Shotgun
    Shells. Then, take the other way, turn left at the intersection to pick up a
    Cell Pack and a BFG Cell. Go through the door here.
    You will hear the squeak of Ticks walking up the walls, so prepare yourself.
    After you kill all the Ticks, a Renevant will spawn right by the enterance
    you came from, so lay him down to rest. Walk forward, picking up the Cells
    and Medikits, and walk into the beams of light to be teleported to the next
    Walk down the steps and a Hell Knight will spawn in the room you just
    teleported to. Pump him full of lead and continue walking. A Zombie will
    pop out of alcove, so drop him. Pick up the box of Shotgun Shells that was in
    the alcove of the Zombie, and continue walking. There will be a small room
    with a PDA in it, but before you go get it, kill the Hell Knight that spawns
    behind you. Pick up Patrick Hook's PDA, some Medikits, Machine Gun ammo,
    and some Chaingun ammo. Walk down the path and by the broken door, pick
    up some Rockets and Armor Shards. More Rockets are just down the hall,
    so pick them up and enter the door near the Rockets.
    Kill the Flaming Zombie here and kill the two Vulgars that spawn. To the left
    of the operating table, there is a room with Storage Lockers #116 and #117.
    You get the combo from Patrick Hook's PDA. The combo for both lockers is 634.
    Take the Cells, Shotgun Shells, and Chaingun ammo from both of the lockers. 
    If you need health, there are some Large Medikits on the shelves. Proceed down
    the hallway across from the locker rooms.
    Walk down the hallway and into the room, killing Ticks, Vulgars, and a Hell
    Knight. Once all are dead, enter the door here.
    Walk around the specimen holding areas, killing Ticks as you go along. Enter
    the door on the left side of the room.
    Pick up the Cells in the corner and blow up the Zombies. Activate the lift and
    go to the top. Go down the hallway and enter the door. Inside, kill the five
    Zombies. Walk around to the terminals and pick up the Security Armor here.
    Once you are through here, walk down the stairs and enter the hallway there.
    Kill the Vulgar that's walking around and enter the door here.
    Kill the two Renevants that spawn here and open the nearby door. Walk into
    the beams of light and be teleported to to the Delta Teleporter. Walk into 
    the teleporter here.
    Welcome to Hell soldier!
    Hell - Unknown                                                    [D3XP.08.13]
    In-Game Level Description:
    The last stronghold connecting Mars and Hell, hideous monsters are spawn from
    the hellfires within. Hell contains some of the biggest and baddest monsters
    ever experienced by the Mars invasion two years ago.
    Welcome back to Hell Marine! Your second time through Hell (Counting the one
    from Doom 3 as being your first) isn't going to be very easy. For one thing,
    there won't be any spare ammo lying around until the very end of the level.
    You have to be real conservative about ammo, especially if you're on the
    Nightmare difficulty. Remember, you have unlimited stamina while in Hell, 
    so don't forget to constantly sprint.
    You start off the level in a big pentagram surrounded on a small island,
    surrounded by a sea of lava. Walk forward and groups of monsters will spawn
    one group at a time. Two Cacodemons will spawn first, then one Hell Knight
    will spawn, then two Wraiths will spawn, followed by three Cherubs. Pretty
    intense, is it not? Walk forward and enter the hole into Hell's domain.
    Walk down the path and kill the Ticks that come down from the ceiling.
    When you get to the fire hole with souls coming out of it, prepare for a 
    confrontation. Around seven Forgotten Ones will spawn, along with two
    Cacodemons, and one Vulgar. Take them all out and continue down the path.
    Kill the two Imps that spawn, and take the right path. Note the other
    way straight ahead, we'll come back here later.
    By the orange teleporter, two Cherubs will spawn. Pick up the BFG Cell
    and the Large Medikits, and move into the teleporter. Get ready for the
    hardest battle in the game.
    You will be teleported to a small island arena with tons of pillars. If you
    fall off the island, you die instantly. You will face ten Hell Knights, ten
    Mancubi, and ten Imps. Remember to constnaly use The Artifact, and one shot
    to the head with the Double Barreled Shotgun while The Artifact is active
    will result in instant death for all creatures. There are two corpses on
    the field if you need more souls for The Artifact.
    Once this area has been purged of evil, take the green teleporter out of 
    Go back to the fork in the paths and take the other path this time because
    the door is open. Jump across the floating stones over lava, killing the
    Forgotten Ones and picking up Large Medikits and the Security Armor along
    the way. When you get to the other side, Wraiths will spawn a little ways
    into the tunnel. After they die, a Mancubus will spawn. Kill him off
    and follow the path. Open the door at the end and be prepared to take out
    the Hell Knight. One you do, continue through the door.
    Down the path you will find yet another Hell Knight. Take him down and
    follow the path again. You will come to a small room where two Wraiths
    will spawn. Eliminate them and go into the tunnel.
    At the end of the tunnel, you will come across an expansive room and three
    Cacodemons will spawn. Erradicate them and follow the path over the lava.
    If you follow the path where it slopes downward, you can pick up a Small
    Medikit on the ledges. Continue the main path. Five Vulgars will emerge
    from the fiery pits of Hell, so put a slug through their heads and
    continue on your merry way.
    Soon your long walk will come to an end. You will find a massive green
    teleporter with corpses all over and tons of ammo everywhere. Pick up
    all the ammo, you'll need it. Heal up and grab the Security Armor.
    Move into the green teleporter...
    This is it, the final boss. Dr. Betruger, in all his majesty, will taunt
    you from the Maledict's tongue. The battle begins. Are you good enough
    to stand in awe of the Maledict? Read the 'Boss' section for the strategy
    on how to defeat the Maledict.
    Once the Maledict is dead, a cutscene will play showing the Maledict crawling
    around the ground. As a last attempt of revenge, the Maledict grabs the
    Marine, and tosses him around. The Marine passes out. When he wakes up,
    he is staring at Dr. Betrugers head on the Maledict's tongue. Dr. Betruger
    says, "Give me back what's mine". The Marine takes The Artifact and shoves
    it into the Maledict's mouth. This causes a massive explosion and Dr. 
    Betruger and the Maledict are defeated ... or are they? The screen whites
    out and you hear Dr. McNeil say to you, "Welcome back Marine...". The credits
    Congratulations, you beat Doom 3: Resurrection of Evil! Think you're good
    enough for Nightmare? There's no Soul Cube to save you this time around,
    so you're in for one hell of a challenge!
    9. Cheats, Secets, and Easter Eggs                                [D3XP.09.01]
    This section will contain everything that's considered a code, secret, or
    an Easter egg. Like Doom 3, Resurrection of Evil offers so many different
    secrets and Easter eggs that are just waiting to be discovered. If there's
    anything I missed (Which I know I did), please E-Mail me. Cheats are courtesy
    of GameFAQS, and some from me.
    Console Commands                                                  [D3XP.09.02]
    During gameplay, press CTRL + ALT + ~ to bring up the console. Enter in any 
    of the follow codes to activate their effects. Some cheats, like 'god', will
    have to be activated every level.
    General Cheats:
    give keys   - Gives all Keycards for the current level.
    give all    - Gives you all weapons, ammo, and armor.
    give ammo   - Fills all your ammo for all weapons to the maximum.
    give armor  - Gives you the maximum armor points you can have.
    give health - Fills your health to the maximum.
    god         - Grants you invincibility.
    kill        - The player commits suicide.
    noclip      - Allows you to walk through walls.
    notarget #  - Where # is 1 or 0. Monsters will not see you if it is on.
    Summoning Monsters:
    spawn monster_zombie_bernie        - Spawns a Flaming Zombie.
    spawn monster_zombie_commando      - Spawns a Commando with the tentacle arms.
    spawn monster_zombie_commando_cgun - Spawns a Chaingun Commando.
    spawn monster_demon_trite          - Spawns a Trite.
    spawn monster_demon_tick           - Spawns a Tick.
    spawn monster_flying_lostsoul      - Spawns a Lost Soul.
    spawn monster_flying_forgotten     - Spawns a Forgotten One.
    spawn monster_demon_imp            - Spawns a Imp.
    spawn monster_demon_vulgar         - Spawns a Vulgar.
    spawn monster_demon_maggot         - Spawns a Maggot.
    spawn monster_demon_wraith         - Spawns a Wraith.
    spawn monster_demon_cherub         - Spawns a Cherub.
    spawn monster_demon_pinky          - Spawns a Pinky.
    spawn monster_demon_revenant       - Spawns a Revenant. 
    spawn monster_demon_archvile       - Spawns a Archvile.
    spawn monster_demon_mancubus       - Spawns a Mancubus.
    spawn monster_demon_hellknight     - Spawns a HellKnight.
    spawn monster_demon_d3xp_bruiser   - Spawns a Bruiser.
    spawn monster_hunter_helltime      - Spawns the first Hell Hunter.
    spawn monster_hunter_berzerk       - Spawns the second Hell Hunter.
    spawn monster_hunter_invul         - Spawns the third Hell Hunter.
    spawn monster_boss_vagary          - Spawns a Vagary.
    spawn monster_boss_guardian        - Spawns the Guardian.
    spawn monster_boss_sabaoth         - Spawns a Sabaoth.
    spawn monster_boss_cyberdemon      - Spawns the Cyberdemon.
    Summoning Weapons:
    give weapon_grabber        - Gives you the Grabber.
    give weapon_shotgun        - Gives you the Shotgun.
    give weapon_shotgun_double - Gives you the Double Barreled Shotgun.
    give weapon_machinegun     - Gives you the Machine Gun.
    give weapon_chaingun       - Gives you the Chaingun.
    give ammo_grenade_small    - Gives you Grenades.
    give weapon_plasmagun      - Gives you the Plasma Rifle.
    give weapon_rocketlauncher - Gives you the Rocket Launcher.
    give weapon_bfg            - Gives you the BFG 9000.
    Summoning Ammo:
    spawn ammo_bullets_small  - Bullet Clip for Pistol.
    spawn ammo_shells_small   - Shells for Shotgun/Double Barreled Shotgun. 
    spawn ammo_clip_small     - Machine Gun Rounds for Machine Gun.
    spawn ammo_belt_small     - Ammo Belt for Chaingun.
    spawn ammo_grenade_small  - Pack of Hand Grenades.
    spawn ammo_cells_small    - Small Cell for Plasma Rifle.
    spawn ammo_rockets_small  - Pack of 5 Rockets for Rocket Launcher.
    spawn ammo_bfg_small      - BFG Cell for BFG 9000. 
    spawn ammo_bullets_large  - Box of Bullets for Pistol.
    spawn ammo_shells_large   - Box of Shells for Shotgun/Double Barreled Shotgun.
    spawn ammo_clip_large     - Machine Gun Rounds for Machine Gun.
    spawn ammo_cells_large    - Cell Pack for Plasma Rifle. 
    spawn ammo_rockets_large  - Pack of 10 Rockets for Rocket Launcher. 
    Storage Locker Combinations                                       [D3XP.09.03]
    There will be quite a few times in Doom 3: Resurrection of Evil where you will
    find various Storage Lockers in the facility. You can find the codes from 
    various peoples' PDA's, but here's a quick reference. Thsea are also found in
    the walkthrough, but in case you somehow missed them, here they are.
    Code | Combo | Contents                                                      |
    #042 |  714  | Box of Shotgun Shells, Chaingun rounds.                       |
    #035 |  134  | Bullets, Shotgun Shells, Armor Shards.                        |
    #105 |  769  | Bullets, Shotgun Shells, Hand Grenades.                       |
    #407 |  937  | Bullets, Shotgun Shells, Small Medikit.                       |
    #034 |  134  | Chaingun rounds, Machine Gun ammo.                            |
    #029 |  516  | Machine Gun ammo, Security Armor.                             |
    #408 |  937  | Shotgun Shells.                                               |
    #116 |  634  | Shotgun Shells, Cells.                                        |
    #117 |  634  | Shotgun Shells, Chaingun ammo.                                |
    Sarge's Big Game Hunt                                             [D3XP.09.04]
    You will find this minigame in Erebus - Level 3 (Erebus Labs). As it looks,
    this is kind of a hard minigame, but once you master the controls, it's all
    a matter of timing your shots and aiming. Your character is Sarge, who is
    holding a Shotgun. On the far left of the screen, there will be Sarge with
    his Shotgun. In the upper left corner, there will be a bear floating in the
    air with balloons (How odd...). Your job in this game is to use the controls
    and increase/decrease the power of the shot and increase/decrease the height
    of how high the shot you go. AFAIK, you get nothing besides wasting a few
    minutes for playing this game.
    Hellanoid                                                         [D3XP.09.05]
    In Erebus - Level 4 (Erebus Control), with the one room with the Z-Sec Zombie,
    there will be an arcade game by the wall. This game is called 'Hellanoid'.
    Basically this game is similar to that ... (Oh God, I can't remember the
    actual name for it IRL) ... game we play in real life. For every 10,000 points
    you achieve, you receive an extra ball. If you lose all your balls (Lol...),
    you can continue without a deduction from your score. I don't know what
    happens when you get a real high score. It's a real addictive game, go try
    Martian Buddy Blaster                                             [D3XP.09.06]
    In Phobos Labs - Sector 2 (Molecular Research), you will encounter this
    minigame. This is perhaps one of the easiest minigames to play. If you ever
    played 'Asterioids' (I believe that's what it was) on the Atari, you will
    recognize this game. Your object is to shoot down all the rocks that you see
    in sight, using the BFG 9000 (The classic one, too =D). There are five levels
    After beating all 5 levels on the "Martian Buddy Blaster" arcade game in the 
    Phobos Labs - Sector 2 (Molecular Research), you receive an E-Mail with the 
    following URL:
    It says you will receive a gift in the Phobos Labs when you first visit back
    to Phobos Labs - Sector 1 (Teleportation). Once you go through the bay doors,
    you will find a very useful weapon when you come upon a sealed room. You will
    find the BFG 9000 much earlier instead of finding it on the Delta Labs - 
    Unknown (Union Aerospace Research Division).
    Nightmare Difficulty                                              [D3XP.09.07]
    Simply beat the game on any difficulty to unlock Nightmare difficulty. This
    difficulty is for the gods of Doom 3: Resurrection of Evil. Since you have
    no Soul Cube to help you out, you have to be really fast, but ever so careful.
    You lose five life every five seconds I believe.
    Think you have the skill? Try Nightmare!
    Sarge's Picture                                                   [D3XP.09.08]
    When you come across the Double Barreled Shotgun when you are in the 'Offices'
    of Erebus - Level 3 (Erebus Labs), you will find a small picture frame hanging
    on the wall. There will be a picture of Sarge, holding his Double Barreled
    Shotgun, with a slain bear by him. One of the coolest pictures in the game.
    10. Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)                              [D3XP.10.01]
    I get a lot of questions via E-Mail and Instant Messenger. Some of them get
    repetitive, and sometimes they're new. If you see something not noted in the
    FAQ/Walkthrough and you write me, chances are great that question and the
    answer will appear here. I will, however, write you back to the answer of
    your problem, so don't worry.
    Q: I cant get why you write a solution for a game where it is strict defined 
       path and there is no doube about the way you must "take".
    A: I can't get why you took two minutes of your time to write a subject on
       how I wrote a Walkthrough for Doom 3: Resurrection of Evil. Honestly, I'm
       not the only one who did it. peach freak did one for Doom II: Hell on Earth
       and Grawl did one for Doom 3. Go bitch at them too instead of singleing
       me out.
    Q: How do I defeat [Insert Boss Name]?
    A: You can either check my Weapon/Monster Guide in the FAQ sections of Doom 3:
       Resurrection of Evil, or you can look for it in the Table of Contents.
    Q: I noticed you missed a secret in [Insert Level Name].
    A: Entirely possible. Since I have such limited time writing a Walkthrough,
       I rushed through the game mostly, discovering the different secrets as I go
       along. Contribute to my guide if you didn't see something that shouldv'e 
       been there.
    Q: Why isnt the cacodemon summonable?
    A: I have no answer to this question as I don't know why either.
    Anything you would like to submit? Send it right in!
    11. Legal Information                                             [D3XP.11.01]
    Webmasters! Do NOT:
    Post this FAQ on your site directly. The only sites that this rule DOES 
    NOT apply to is:
    No if's, and's, or but's about it. Ask me first if you would like to make
    this FAQ available on your site. If I find it on your site and you never
    asked me for permission, I will take legal action against you.
    Webmasters! Please DO:
    If you are a webmaster of a site that wants to post this FAQ, what do 
    you do? As you read above, you can not post it directly. Instead, link 
    to the page at www.gamefaqs.com that lists all the FAQs for this game. 
    Why GameFAQs? Because I said so. To clear up some confusion, you can not 
    link to the URL if it ends in ".txt" or ".doc", you just can't use that. 
    If it ends in anything else, such as the page where it lists all the 
    FAQs for a game, you can link to THAT, but not to the actual FAQ. I'm 
    only repeating myself, but I had to because some people have to be told 
    something twice. If you have any questions on linking, notify me. To 
    answer the most common question I'll get, you can not link to any 
    GameFAQs URL that ends in ".txt" or ".doc" because it's in GameFAQs' 
    legal section. So there. 
    This FAQ cannot be used in magazines, guides, books, etc. or in any 
    other form of printed or electronic media involved in a commercial 
    business, in part or in whole, in any way, shape, or form, PERIOD. It 
    may not be given away freely, as a "bonus" or "prize", or given away 
    with the game itself, etc. This FAQ cannot be used for either profitable 
    or promotional purposes, regardless of the situation. Breaking any of 
    these rules is in direction violation of U.S. law.
    12. Credits                                                       [D3XP.12.01]
    I wrote 100% of the FAQ myself, mainly because I've been playing the Doom
    series for pratically 10 years and running. Here are a few people I'd like
    to thank:
    Grawl here at GameFAQS. I used his Table of Contents outline.
    CJayC here at GameFAQS. You made a really nice site, I love it. Always keep
    up the hard work.
    Marshmallow here at GameFAQS. He's known for making FAQs from Goldeneye 007
    and Perfect Dark for the N64, among other names. Thank you very much for the
    legal information section.
    Everyone on the Doom boards that's been really helpful to me over the years.
    I appreciate it you guys.
    Helpful reader Kevin's contribution to the seeming inaccessible area at the
    start of Erebus - Level 1 (Main Excavation).
    The readers who read this.
    That's really about it. If I haven't mentioned anyone let me know and you'll 
    be added ASAP. People who send in user tips will surely be added here as well.
    13. Contacts                                                      [D3XP.13.01]
    1. AIM me @ MorpheusDV. This is probably the best way, even though I do have
       my away message on most of the time, but I will get your message.
    2. E-Mail me. The second way, but I usually only check my E-Mail once a day, 
       so don't pray for a quick response. My E-Mail address is as follows, except
       replace -AT- with @ and -DOT- with . :
       nick -DOT- novak -AT- comcast -DOT- net
       This is to prevent the numerous god damn spam bots that are E-Mailing me
    			= Rules About IM or E-Mail: =
    * No spam. Heaven help you if I find spam...
    * Don't come E-Mailing me saying "Hey, I noticed a typo in section...". It's
      fine if you send me an E-Mail or IM saying I got a couple errors, but don't
      go rampant finding errors. I don't have Microsoft Word so spellcheck is out
      of the question.
    * If you have a question that is not already answered in this FAQ, please, go
      ahead and ask.
    * If you want to set up a server in which you want to learn how to play, I'll
      be glad to help you. See Contacts above for more information.
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