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  1. In order to use a rope arrow to make a line, you need to stand close to the wooden post at the end of the path (since that's where Lara will anchor the end of the line), aim at the rope-wrapped beam down below, and press Alternate Fire on the controller (I think that's R2 on PS3, R1 on PS4, RB on Xbox) or Space on the keyboard to fire a rope arrow.
  2. The same thing happens to me! I embarrass myself constantly pressing Horizon Zero Dawn or Assassin's Creed buttons in TR!
  3. Once you've unlocked the ability to use focus herbs (Scales of the Serpent Skill) and have some herbs in your inventory, press F3 or hold L1/LB and press Square/X to use them (just like using health but different button). Then as long as the effects last, whenever you aim, time slows.
  4. I don't have a tip for a specific location, though if I think of one, I'll let you know. It's not hard if you use Focus herbs to slow time. Just need to make sure the dudes aren't wearing helmets since you'd then need to land 2 headshots on each. If you are playing NG+, you might even be able to get it in Cozumel in the area with the forklift (https://tombraiders.net/stella/walks/TR11walk/details/cozumel-5.html#3) If you fail, it's easy to reload the checkpoint and try again. I got it there without Focus, but it's MUCH easier with.
  5. @ChILd_ReBoRn I can't see the picture, but I'm glad you were able to work it out. :)
  6. That's great! Mind if I add it to my walkthrough? With credit, of course.
  7. Congrats on the anniversary and happy birthday to our heroine! 😁❤️🎮
  8. It's possible to kill the bear with just regular arrows. You need to keep moving so it doesn't get you, heal if necessary, etc. It's definitely easier with poison though. Do you have an earlier save you can load, preferably before dealing with the Trinity soldiers so you can save all of your poison for the bear? Even if you didn't create your own previous saves, if you're playing on PC or Xbox One, you can reload your last campsite save or backup save. If XO, open the Load Game screen and hold both trigger buttons to show the hidden saves. On PC, the backup saves will be on the regular Load Game screen near the top. Also, if you're playing on PC, you can download a save file from my site: https://tombraiders.net/stella/savegame/TR10saves.html.
  9. What Big T said is basically correct. Go to the Load Game screen and hold both Trigger buttons (LT and RT) to bring up a full list of saves, which should include a Last Campsite and Backup save. You may have to replay a bit, but at least you won't be forever stuck.
  10. I've only ever played Origins, so I can't compare it to any of the others. I was attracted to Origins by the ancient Egypt angle and ended up getting hooked. Odyssey is very similar to Origins in terms of gameplay and definitely "grind-y" like most open-world RPGs. I'm enjoying it so far, though, but I've only just finished the second story section/area. I haven't experienced the particular bug you mentioned. The mechanics seem different than what you described, but I've definitely seen a few minor bugs. Nothing like Tomb Raider or RDR2, though. 😄
  11. Awesome! Sounds like fun. Thanks for sharing your notes. I'm taking a little break to play Assassin's Creed Odyssey but I'll get back to TR soon.
  12. Nice! I will definitely give it a try next time I replay that section. Thanks!
  13. That's been my experience too. Once you've killed the jaguar the first time, Lara will continue to crouch, like there's danger, but the jaguar never seems to respawn. I haven't playtested it extensively, but I've tried returning to that area before heading into the City of the Serpent, then again after finishing the story. Still no empress jaguar. It feels like a bug to me.
  14. Glad I could help. One warning about that: After completing the first DLC pack, The Forge, I forgot to reload an earlier save before moving on with the game, so all of my saves after the Cenote have that DLC done. I plan to replay again before I post a full collection of save files, but if you get to the end of San Juan and haven't already completed The Forge yourself, you're welcome to send me your save, and I'll play through the landslide section for you.
  15. I honestly couldn't tell you a percentage, but I've found that most of the ones in dark places do appear to flash, and in general, most caches appear to flash from a moderate distance but stop flashing as you get closer to them. I have screenshots of most cache locations in my walkthrough, and whenever possible I've tried to screencap while they're flashing, so you're welcome to compare notes with me that way. If you're not seeing them, I wonder if it could be an issue with your video card. Maybe try contacting Square Enix Support or posting on the official TR forums so the Nixxes people might see it. P.S. Welcome to the forums!
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