FOREWARNED – Ultimate Laser Puzzle Guide

Tomb Variation 1 – Vanilla Tomb

Tomb variation 1 covers the maps: Cursed Sand Ruins and Crypt of the Great Pyramid.

You solve this laser puzzle by rotating crystal #1 until you get to the second crystal the laser connects to. The rest are set up to be solved on the first crystal the laser connects to.

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Tomb Variation 2 – Snake Tomb

Tomb variation 2 covers the maps: Temple of the Pharaoh and Undercroft of Akar.

You solve this laser puzzle by rotating crystals until you get to the first crystal the laser connects to, minus crystal #3, which needs to skip a crystal.

You can remember this solution by thinking of the completed puzzle as a clockwise spiral, like a snake that is the theme of this tomb variation.

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Tomb Variation 3 – Sand-Spider Tomb

Tomb variation 3 covers the maps: Sunken Dune Shrine and Hidden City of the Sahara.

You solve this laser puzzle by rotating crystals until you get to the first crystal the laser connects to, minus crystal #1 and crystal #3, which need to skip a crystal.

To remember this solution, you can think of the finished puzzle as an hourglass, holding sand that is the theme of this tomb variation.

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Tomb Variation 4 – Oasis

Tomb variation 4 covers the maps: Sobek Oasis (Night) and Sobek Oasis (Day).

You solve this laser puzzle by rotating the first three crystals until they each connect to the second available crystal. From then on, each crystal connects to the first available crystal the laser reaches.

To remember this solution, just remember that the laser must go through the righthand waterfall, and the rest are set up to be solved by rotating to the first available crystal.

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Tomb Variation 5 – Underground Palace

Tomb variation 5 covers the maps: Dread Valley and Nekhbet Chasm.

The solution is identical to tomb variation 1:

You solve this laser puzzle by rotating crystal #1 until you get to the second crystal the laser connects to. The rest are set up to be solved on the first crystal the laser connects to.

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