Horn Walkthrough – The Armory: Fists of Danger and No Blade Sharper

Fists of Danger

Upon entry in the Armory, you’ll find a pygon monster. Defeat it and claim all the freebies just like the first time. Proceed to the next section. You’ll then find a cliff and after climbing across, a pygon monster awaits. After defeating it, proceed left to get to the next section.

The next section is a checkpoint. On your left side is another smithy entrance (just like in Arktos Likes Beehives). Up straight, you’ll fight a pygon monster. After defeating it, look up to the left wall. On a window is a pygon core. Claim it and then proceed to the lever and move it. On the right side of the lever is a cave with a pygite chest. Go there and claim the chest and then go back outside. Look up at the right-side of the wall. Go up there with your pygon gun. Once up there, jump to the other levers. Moving a lever will light a fire. You’ll only need to light three of the fires. They are the (from the left) first, third, fourth (e.g. O-X-O-O with meaning it should be lighted). These are the torches that the light shines upon. After lighting these torches, the door will open. Inside, you’ll find a door that leads you to the next section.

On the next section, you’ll fight a pygon monster. After defeating it, claim the pygite chest in the area. Also, there is a pygon core located in the ruins on the right side of the area. After claiming these, proceed to the passage on the left that will lead you to the next area.

In the next section, you’ll find the seed embedded on a pygon monster. But before you fight it, you’ll find a cave with a pygite chest. Claim it and then fight the pygon monster.

 

No Blade Sharper

The first section should be the same with the others. Get everything and then proceed to the next section. In there, you’ll find Arktos and another beehive. You know the drill. Hit the beehive and Arktos will move out of the way. Proceed to the next section.

In the next section, and go to the open area. In front of you will be a pygon monster. On your right is a lever that will open one lock on the door. On your left, you’ll find a platform. In the platform, you’ll find a pygite chest, a pygoid named Derm, and the other lever. After getting things done in this area, proceed to fight the pygon monster. After defeating it, you’ll see a cave with a pygite chest and a platform with the third lever. Use the lever to open the door. When the door opens, a pygite monster will come out. Defeat it and go to the opened platform. It will lead you to the next section which is a checkpoint.

In the next section, you’ll fight another pygon monster. But this time, it’s somewhat different because your fight goes through various areas of the section. After defeating the monster (it’ll fall in the water) you’ll end up in an area where there is a pygite cave. Claim the chest inside and proceed to the left (right if you’re facing the cave) and then go to the next section.

In the next section, you’ll find a pygite cave to your right and a trumpet in front. Sound it to destroy the ruins blocking your way. It will open up a pygon monster and the seed. Kill the monster and claim the last seed you need.

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