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              PSYCHONAUTS (PC version) FAQ/WALKTRHOUGH
                           V1.10 2005-06-16

       Copyright 2005 by Barry Scott Will 

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[1] Game Overview
[2] Gameplay
    [2.1] Controls & Moves
    [2.2] Psi Powers
    [2.3] Items
[3] Item Collecting
    [3.1] Psi Markers
    [3.2] Psi Cards
    [3.3] Scavenger Hunt
    [3.4] Brains
[4] Walkthrough
    [4.1]  Kid's Cabins
    [4.2]  Basic Braining
           - Obstacle Course 1
           - Obstacle Course 2
           - Obstacle Course Finale
    [4.3]  Main Campgrounds & Parking Lot
    [4.4]  Sasha's Shooting Gallery
           - Brain Tumbler Experiment Pt. 1
           - Sasha's Shooting Gallery
           - Brain Tumbler Experiment Pt. 2
    [4.5]  Milla's Dance Party
           - The Lounge
           - The Race
           - The Party
    [4.6]  Scavenger Hunt
           - Boathouse & Beach
           - GPC & Wilderness
           - Reception
           - Main Campgrounds & Kid's Cabins
           - Brain Tumbler Experiment Pt. 3
    [4.7]  Lungfishopolis
    [4.8]  Milkman Conspiracy
           - The Neighborhood
           - The Book Depository
           - Return to the Neighborhood
           - The Milkman
    [4.9]  Gloria's Theater
           - Asylum Grounds
           - The Stage
           - The Catwalks
    [4.10] Waterloo World
           - Asylum Lower Floors
           - Waterloo World
    [4.11] Black Velvetopia
           - Running Against the Bull
           - Edgar's Sanctuary
    [4.12] Asylum Upper Floors
           - Upper Floors
           - Dr. Loboto's Lab
    [4.13] Meat Circus
           - Psychoblaster Death Tank
           - Tent City
           - Tunnel of Love
           - Butcher Battle #1
           - The Big Top
           - Final Boss Battles
[5] Version History & Credits

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Welcome to the twisted world of Psychonauts. The hero of this game is a boy 
named Razputin, or Raz. A natural psychic, Raz escaped the circus and his 
abusive father to journey to a camp for psychic children: Whispering Rock 
Psychic Summer Camp. At Whispering Rock, young psychics are trained to 
become Psychonauts--secret agents in charge of cleaning up the world's 
mental mishaps.

But, something sinister is afoot, as campers turn up missing their brains. 
It's up to Raz--with a little help from an assorted cast of strange people 
and even stranger creatures--to find the missing brains and restore mental 
peace and order to Whispering Rock.

You control Raz through the environs of Whispering Rock--the real world--
and through the minds of various denizens of Whispering Rock--the dream 
worlds. Most gameplay takes place in the dream worlds, as you use Psycho-
Portals to project your astral self into minds. If you think the real world 
is strange, wait until you get a look at some of the literally twisted 
dream worlds.

Each dream world is completely unique: from an orderly, cubist mind to the 
varicolored world of a painter of black velvet. Each level has its own 
challenges and puzzles and requires a mixture of skillful control and 
strategic thinking. No two worlds are alike, and the game will in turn 
challenge and amaze you.

Your health is measured in two ways: mental health and astral projection 
layers. Your mental health is represented by a series of brains shown in 
the upper left of your screen. Each brain represents 4 points of health, 
and various enemies will remove one or more points of health on each hit. 
As you progress through the game, you will increase the maximum number of 
health points you have.

You also have astral projection layers, which are analogous to lives in 
most games. Each time you lose all your mental health, you lose one astral 
projection layer. When you lose all your mental health and you have no more 
astral projection layers, the game either ends (if you are in the real 
world); or, you are kicked out of the mind you were in and you must start 
over again from the beginning. As you play, you can pick up additional 
astral projection layers (new lives) as well as increase the number of 
layers you can have at once.

Pressing the JOURNAL key opens up a set of menus where you can view your 
current progress. The first page of your journal is the game menu, and 
contains Options, Load, Save and Quit. On the second page you can view the 
number of items you have collected in the current area and the total number 
that are available. The third page shows your overall progress in the game, 
including your rank, how many items you have collected, etc.

Page four of the journal is your To Do list showing your current task(s). 
Page five allows you to watch unlocked cinematic scenes and slideshows; 
and, page six contains the map (real world only). When in Whispering Rock 
camp, you can view the area you are in and the location of your next 

Like any game of this type, there are numerous items to collect as well as 
enemies to defeat. And, like most games, you should break as many items as 
you can to collect power-ups. Read on, then, for a full description of 
everything you need to know about Psychonauts...

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                       [2.1] CONTROLS & MOVES

Psychonauts is a "platformer"--i.e. an arcade-style game that features lots 
of jumping, floating, sliding and other acrobatic moves. Unless you are 
very comfortable using a keyboard for this type of game, a gamepad with two 
analog joysticks, a D-pad and at least 10 buttons is recommended. You will 
most likely have to remap certain functions on your gamepad.

In this guide, controls will be referred to by their primary function. 
Those functions are listed here along with the default key when using the 
keyboard and mouse, and a recommended button/stick for your gamepad.

JUMP                          Raz jumps; pressing again in mid-air
Key: SPACE                    causes a double-jump; also used as the
Gamepad: Left shoulder        ENTER key in menus

ATTACK                        On the ground, performs a punch; while
Key: Left mouse               in the air, performs a Psi Bomb; an upgrade
Gamepad: Right shoulder       received at rank 35 increases the power of
                              the bomb if you repeatedly press ATTACK
                              while in the air

USE                           Uses an item currently held in Raz's
Key: F                        hand, activates switches, opens doors,
Gamepad: Button 4             talks to other characters, etc.

MOVE                          Moves Raz; in menus, selects different
Keys: W (forward/up),         options
      S (back/down)
      A (left), D (right)
Gamepad: Left joystick

CAMERA                        Zooms (up/down) and rotates (left/right)
Keys: Numpad                  the camera
      8 (up), 2 (down)
      4 (left), 6 (right)
Gamepad: Right joystick

CANCEL                        Cancels a power (such as levitation),
Key: X                        breaks cutscenes, exits menus, etc.
Gamepad: Left trigger

LOCK/FLOAT                    Locks targeting onto an enemy, or,
Key: Left shift               in mid-air, activates the Levitation
Gamepad: Right trigger        Balloon (once you've obtained the
                              Levitation power)

INVENTORY                     Opens your items inventory so you can
Key: Left bracket [           select an item to USE; select the item
Gamepad: Left D-pad           with your MOVE keys, then press USE to
                              equip the item; your inventory may contain
                              more than one page of items--press the
                              right bracket ] or right D-pad while on
                              the first page to view the second page

PSI POWERS                    Opens your Psi Powers menu so you can
Key: Right bracket ]          select a Power for slot 1, 2 or 3; select
Gamepad: Right D-pad          the power with your MOVE keys and then
                              press the key corresponding to the slot
                              where you want to place the power

PSI POWER 1                   Activates the Psi Power in slot 1
Key: Right mouse
Gamepad: Button 1

PSI POWER 2                   Activates the Psi Power in slot 2
Key: Q
Gamepad: Button 2

PSI POWER 3                   Activates the Psi Power in slot 3
Key: E
Gamepad: Button 3

JOURNAL                       Pauses the game and opens your journal
Key: ESC                      where you can view menu options, your
Gamepad: Button 9             To-Do List, number of items collected,
                              a map (real world only), etc.

FREE LOOK                     Activates First Person look mode,
Key: Middle mouse             use the CAMERA controls to look around
Gamepad: Button 10

STATS                         Displays Raz's mental health, number of
Key: TAB                      Astral Projections, rank, figments,
Gamepad: Button 11            Psi Cards, and arrowheads

Raz, as a refugee circus performer, has a number of acrobatic moves.

Raz can jump very well. When in mid-air, Raz can summon a blast of psychic 
energy to propel himself higher. Press JUMP to jump once; press JUMP again 
in mid-air to double-jump. (Note: the double-jump does not work when riding 
the Levitation Ball.)

Raz can swing from various objects.

From stationary objects, such as poles or ropes, Raz can swing around the 
object and then jump off. To grab a stationary object, jump toward it. To 
swing from a stationary object, press and hold MOVE in the direction Raz is 
facing. When Raz is fully swinging around the object, press JUMP to 

Raz can also swing from moving objects, such as a trapeze. To swing from a 
moving object, jump toward the object to grab it. Press MOVE in the 
direction Raz is facing to start swinging, then press MOVE in the opposite 
direction to swing back. Continue using MOVE in a back-and-forth motion 
until you've achieved maximum height and then press JUMP to release.

On any type of swinging object, you can press CANCEL to simply let go and 
drop off.

Raz can slide (also known as "grind") down various objects, including 
ropes, banisters, logs, etc. Simply jump on the object and Raz will begin 
sliding. You can jump and double-jump while on the slide, just be sure to 
land on the slide again. You can also jump from one slide to another if 
there are two or more slides running parallel. Press JUMP and left/right 
MOVE keys to switch tracks.

To control your speed on slides, use the forward/up MOVE key to speed up 
and the back/down MOVE key to slow down. This comes in very handy for 
picking up figments and jumping gaps on the long rail grinds in Basic 
Braining and Meat Circus.

Raz can balance himself well enough to walk over various ropes. Simply MOVE 
across the rope. To drop down so you are holding the rope with your hands, 
press CANCEL. To get back on top of the rope, press JUMP. Tightrope walking 
is actually pretty easy as you can't fall off once you are on the rope. The 
difficult part can be getting on the rope, especially if you are jumping 
onto it. Also, you can be knocked off the rope by strong attacks, 
especially if you are hanging by your hands. If a tightrope is under fire, 
use Invisibility to avoid enemy attacks while you cross the rope.

Raz can hand-walk along ledges, ropes, poles, etc. For ledges, carefully 
step off the ledge and Raz will drop down and grab the ledge with his 
hands. When on top of a rope, press CANCEL to drop and hold the rope with 
your hands. Then press MOVE left or right to shimmy along. Press JUMP to 
get back on top of the object, or press CANCEL to let go.

                             [2.2] PSI POWERS

As Raz advances (gains rank), he will learn various Psychic Powers or 
receive upgrades to his current powers. The ranks at which you earn powers 
or upgrades are:

Rank   Power
 10    Pyrokinesis

 20    Telekinesis

 30    Invisibility

 35    Palm Megabomb--press ATTACK repeatedly to increase the power
       of your Palm Bomb

 40    Chain Blast--hit up to three enemies with one Psi Blast

 45    Thermal Detonation--Pyrokinesis causes an explosion

 50    Wrecking Ball--when you're at full speed on the Levitation Ball,
       you damage any enemies you hit

 55    Offensive Shield--melee attackers bounce off your Shield

 60    Advanced Invisibility--Invisibility lasts twice as long

 65    TK Extension--range of Telekinesis is extended

 70    Super Chain Blast--hit up to six enemies with one Psi Blast

 75    Rolling Havoc--your Levitation Ball is a weapon as soon as
       you begin rolling

 80    Ferocious Aura--melee attackers bounce off your Shield and are
       damaged by the Shield

 85    Sensory Scramble--Confusion lasts twice as long

 90    Regeneration--mental health regenerates*

 95    Unlimited Ammo

100    Bonus movie**

Other powers and upgrades are earned as part of gameplay and are not based 
on rank. When you earn a Power at ranks 10, 20 and 30, you have to visit 
Ford Cruller in his secret sanctuary to receive the merit badge allowing 
you to use the power.

* This is the last really useful upgrade, and should be your goal. You can 
easily reach this rank by collecting all baggage, cobwebs, Psi Cards and 
Challenge Markers and making a reasonable effort to get figments. The 
Unlimited Ammo upgrade at rank 95 is not really necessary, as there is 
plenty of ammo that can be collected from enemies and broken scenery.

** If you just want to watch the 60 second bonus movie without spending 
five hours trying to collect figments, download the free Bink video player 

Use it to open and play ASAH.bik from:


Obtained: Boyd's refrigerator at the beginning of the Milkman Conspiracy

This power allows you to see through another character's eyes. You can also 
use it on objects. Objects in your inventory that will reveal something 
with Clairvoyance will show an eye icon. Equip the item and use 
Clairvoyance to receive special cutscenes or get a hint about how to use 
the object. There are also a few situations where you must use Clairvoyance 
to see in an otherwise pitch black area.

Obtained: From Dingo the matador in Black Velvetopia

Raz can throw Confusion bombs that stun enemies. Your bombs are limited and 
you have to collect more, just like aggression clusters for your Psi 
Blasts. Raz also takes a couple of seconds to pull out the Confusion bomb 
and throw it, so don't use them against moving opponents. This power is 
mainly used for a few boss battles near the end of the game.

Upgrade:  Sensory Scramble
Obtained: Rank 85

Confusion lasts twice as long.

Obtained: Rank 30

When invisible, you can still see the outline of Raz's goggles; but, 
enemies can't see you. You can use this power to slip through guarded doors 
or sneak up on enemies. Invisibility is limited in duration; you can watch 
the Invisibility icon on screen to see time running out. Once used, you 
have to wait for it to recharge before using it again. Watch the icon to 
see when the power is recharged.

Upgrade:  Advanced Invisibility
Obtained: Rank 60

Invisibility lasts twice as long.

Obtained: Complete Milla's Dance Party

This power doesn't actually allow you to fly, but it comes close. On the 
ground, activating Levitation puts you on top of a ball that moves you 
along at great speed and allows very high jumps. In mid-air, you can press 
LOCK/FLOAT to float a short distance while hanging from the ball (like 
floating from a helium balloon). You can activate the Levitation Balloon 
any time you are in the air, even if you are not using the Levitation Ball 
to jump. The Balloon also allows you to ride moving air, for example, 
floating upward in chimney smoke. You should set Levitation to one of your 
Psi Power slots (2 or 3) and leave it there for all but a select few boss 

Upgrade:  Wrecking Ball
Obtained: Rank 50

This upgrade turns your Levitation Ball into a weapon. When rolling at full 
speed on the Ball, hitting an enemy or object does as much damage as one of 
your Psi Punches.

Upgrade:  Rolling Havoc
Obtained: Rank 75

Rolling Havoc is an upgrade to your Levitation power that turns your 
Levitation Ball into a Wrecking Ball as soon as you start rolling--you no 
longer have to be going full speed in order to use your Ball as a weapon.

Obtained: Complete Sasha's Shooting Gallery

Set this to Psi Power slot 1 and leave it there, you'll use it frequently. 
Marksmanship allows you to shoot blasts of psychic energy at your foes (Psi 
Blasts). You can use the LOCK/FLOAT button to target and lock on to a 
specific enemy and then blast it.

In order to fire Psi Blasts, you must be aggressive. You can collect 
aggression clusters that act like bullets. You can increase the number of 
shots you can hold at one time by collecting Ammo Up trophies in various 

Upgrade:  Chain Blast
Obtained: Rank 40

Your Psi Blasts ricochet and hit up to three enemies.

Upgrade:  Super Chain Blast
Obtained: Rank 70

Your Psi Blasts ricochet and hit up to six enemies.

Obtained: Rank 10

With Pyrokinesis, you can set certain objects and enemies on fire. When 
looking at an object (the object is highlighted), or with an enemy LOCKED 
ON, press and hold the Pyrokinesis button. A temperature gauge will show on 
screen; when it is full, the object will catch fire. Pyro is slow and only 
useful in limited situations.

Upgrade:  Thermal Detonation
Obtained: Rank 45

When using Pyro on an object, there will be an explosion of fire that sets 
surrounding objects on fire as well.

Obtained: From a freedom fighter in Lungfishopolis

At its most basic level, the Psychic Shield prevents Raz from being 
damaged. Certain types of energy attacks will be deflected back to the 
attacker. The Shield is limited in duration, you cannot hold it up forever.

Upgrade:  Offensive Shield
Obtained: Rank 55

Enemies that use a melee attack against you while you are shielded will be 
thrown back.

Upgrade:  Ferocious Aura
Obtained: Rank 80

Enemies that use a melee attack against you while you are shielded will be 
thrown back and damaged.

Obtained: Rank 20

Raz can grab objects with his mind and either pull them toward himself or 
fling them away.

Upgrade:  TK Extension
Obtained: Rank 65

Increases the range of your TK power.

                             [2.3] ITEMS

Item:       Arrowhead
Usefulness: Necessary
Obtained:   Everywhere

Arrowheads are the currency of Psychonauts. You need arrowheads to buy 
items at Ford Cruller's camp store (located in the main lodge). You'll need 
arrowheads in the Black Velvetopia level to buy paintings.

In the real world, arrowheads are buried in the ground. Those close to the 
surface release a glowing, purple Psitanium gas. Stand near the gas and 
press USE to dig up the arrowhead. More valuable arrowheads are buried deep 
beneath the surface and require the dousing rod to find.

In dream worlds, arrowheads are released by broken objects and defeated 

Item:       Cobweb Duster
Usefulness: Necessary
Obtained:   Camp Store (800 arrowheads, rank 20)

The cobweb duster travels with you from the real world to the various dream 
worlds you visit, While in the dream worlds, you can clear the mind of 
cobwebs. Take these cobwebs to Ford Cruller's sanctuary and turn them into 
Psi Cards, which can then be turned into Challenge Markers. Certain dream 
worlds require the cobweb duster in order to advance.

Early in the game, you'll be given a task to buy the cobweb duster. You 
first have to buy the dousing rod so you can collect enough arrowheads to 
purchase the duster.

Item:       Dousing Rod
Usefulness: Necessary
Obtained:   Camp Store (50 arrowheads, rank 10)

The dousing rod is used to find and extract deeply buried arrowheads. The 
deep arrowheads are purer Psitanium and much more valuable. Run around the 
campgrounds with the dousing rod equipped listening to the sound. It will 
become very high-pitched when near a deep arrowhead. Triangulate near the 
exact spot where the arrowhead is buried and rapidly press USE to extract 
the arrowhead.


1) Turn the music and voice off (Options>Sound) and leave the Sound FX 
volume at the highest level.

2) Use headphones, to more easily hear the changes in pitch of the sound.

3) Use the F key instead of your gamepad as it is easier to rapidly press a 
key than a gamepad button (unless you have a Turbo setting for your 

4) Move around while tapping USE and watch the meter. The closer you are to 
the arrowhead, the higher the meter will rise.

The dousing rod is frustrating to use at first, but once you get the hang 
of it you can rapidly rack up cash.

Item:       Figments
Usefulness: Necessary
Obtained:   Various spots in the dream worlds

As you travel through dream worlds, you can collect figments of the 
person's imagination. Each 100 figment points is worth one Psi Cadet rank 
(each figment is worth from one to ten points, depending on the world). 
There are thousands of figment points to be found and dozens of ranks to be 
gained. While you only need to go after every figment if you intend to get 
to rank 100, you should not skimp on collecting at least the more obvious 
figments scattered along your path.

This guide will not detail the location of every figment in the game. Most 
are quite obvious. Certain hidden figments will be mentioned in the 
walkthrough, if they are difficult to find.

For a full list of the location of every figment in Psychonauts, refer to 
this guide:

Item:       Bacon
Usefulness: Essential
Obtained:   From Ford Cruller

Using the bacon allows you to summon an astral projection of Ford Cruller. 
You can get advice from him on beating certain enemies, achieving your 
goals or return to his lab so you can make item collection runs or turn in 
campers' brains. After regrouping at HQ, Ford will send you back to the 
starting point of the area you were in when he extracted you.

Item:       Baggage
Usefulness: Essential
Obtained:   Various spots in the dream worlds

Within each mind you visit you will find five pieces of baggage: 50 in all 
through the course of the game. Each level has a dufflebag, hatbox, steamer 
trunk, purse and suitcase. Each bag has an associated tag. You must find 
each tag and bring it to the matching bag; this is called "sorting mental 
baggage". Sorting all the baggage in a mind will gain you one cadet rank 
and unlock some concept art.

Item:       Psi Challenge Marker
Usefulness: Essential
Obtained:   Various spots in the real world

Each Psi Challenge Marker is worth one rank. You don't have to collect all 
of them; but, you should make an effort to pick up as many as you can in 
order to have the strength to complete the game.

Item:       Psi Card
Usefulness: Essential
Obtained:   Various spots in the real world

You don't have to collect all the Psi Cards; but, like Challenge Markers, 
you need to pick up as many as you can. Each nine Psi Cards is worth one 
Challenge Marker (or one rank) when you combine the nine cards with a Psi 
Core. You combine the Cards and Core in Ford Cruller's sanctuary.

Item:       Psi Core
Usefulness: Essential
Obtained:   Camp Store (10 arrowheads)

You need to buy Psi Cores in order to turn Psi Cards into Challenge Markers 
(worth one rank).

Item:       Smelling Salts
Usefulness: Essential
Obtained:   From Maloof right before Basic Braining

Smelling Salts allow you to exit a dream world. Late in the game, once the 
real world is closed to you, Smelling Salts or teleport worms are the only 
means of leaving a dream world and returning to the Collective Unconscious. 
Prior to that point, you can also use the Bacon to leave dream worlds.

Item:       Crow Feather
Usefulness: Convenient
Obtained:   From GPC & Wilderness area next to the exit to the Beach
            Or by punching crows

When you equip the crow feather and cast Clairvoyance, you can see through 
the eyes of nearby crows. This makes finding some items a bit easier, but 
thorough searching serves just as well. (Or using this guide...)

Item:       Dream Fluff
Usefulness: Convenient
Obtained:   Camp Store (50 arrowheads)

Dream fluffs are candy that fully restore your mental health. If you ever 
run out of health and have at least one dream fluff in inventory, you will 
automatically use it to restore your health. You can hold up to three 
fluffs in inventory at one time. While not essential to beating the game, 
having an instant save-from-death candy in your pocket is quite handy.

Item:       Mental Magnet
Usefulness: Convenient
Obtained:   Camp Store (400 arrowheads, rank 15)

The Mental Magnet attracts power-up items dropped by enemies or broken 
scenery: mental health increases, aggression clusters, arrowheads and 
confusion grenades. While you don't need the Magnet, it makes collecting 
power-ups much easier and more efficient.

Item:       Psi Colorizer
Usefulness: Useless
Obtained:   Camp Store (250 arrowheads, rank 30)

Allows you to change the color of your levitation ball, in case you don't 
like the default orange-red color. A waste of arrowheads unless you've 
nothing else to buy and you're vain. To change the color of your levitation 
ball, you must talk to Ford Cruller by using the Bacon when not in 
Cruller's sanctuary.

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                     [3.1] PSI CHALLENGE MARKERS

 * Use the trampoline to reach the roof of a cabin. Walk halfway across the
   tightrope, then drop down to grab the tightrope with your hands (CANCEL
   button). Swing to the trapeze, then to the high trampoline. Jump up to
   the ladder and climb to get the Marker.

 * The Challenge Marker is on the roof of the lodge. There are three
   speaker platforms that have tightropes over to the lodge roof.
   Just climb a pole and walk across.

 * On top of a tree to the southeast of the center geodesic dome. From the
   top of the center dome, Levitate jump and float to it and climb the

 * Inside the old shack near Ranger Cruller. Levitate jump into the hole
   in the roof.

 * On top of a large rock near the water. Levitate jump from the nearby

 * Inside a small cave near the waterfall. Levitate jump from the top of
   the waterfall or try jumping across the old track supports after
   riding the rails out of the opposite mining tunnel.

 * Outside the main gates, on a ledge to the left of the gates

 * On the rafters of Edgar's room. Levitate jump up to it.

 * Over some pipes at the top of the green sludge room. Double-jump
   and float from the end of the curving hallway.

                          [3.2] PSI CARDS

 * Right beside Raz's cabin
 * In the outhouse next to Raz's cabin
 * On the roof of Raz's cabin
 * On the roof of the cabin next to the trampoline
 * Under the ramp to Coach Oleander's classroom
 * In front of the cave entrance
 * Two in the side tunnel of the cave
 * On top of the speaker tower
 * Among the roots of the big tree
 * On the trampoline leading to the Challenge Marker
 * On a tightrope above the cave entrance (requires Levitation)

 * Beneath the ramp to the main lodge
 * Past a gap in the fence on the path to the Kid's Cabins area
 * On top of the southeast speaker platform
 * On top of the northeast speaker platform
 * On top of the southwest speaker platform
 * On the roof of the lodge
 * On the sub-roof of the lodge
 * On the tightrope between the eastern speaker platforms
 * Behind a tree in the southeastern corner of the map
 * In the outhouse next to the parking lot
 * On the curb of one of the parking spaces
 * On top of the large stump in the center of the parking lot
   (requires Levitation)
 * On top of the Jeep in the parking lot
 * On top of the basketball goal in the parking lot
 * On a rock near the broken bridge
 * On a platform that is reached from the broken bridge
 * On top of the big entrance sign
 * On top of a rock along the path between parking and the lodge

 * On top of the hollow-log bridge
 * Under the geodesic domes
 * On top of the center geodesic dome--the one leading to Sasha's lab
 * Three on tree branches surrounding the geodesic domes
 * On top of the cave entrance leading to the Boathouse & Beach
 * Behind a tree on the hill east of the cave entrance
 * Four on the ground around the outside of the GPC fence
 * Two on rocks outside the northwest corner of the GPC fence
 * On a large rock near the old shack
 * On a ledge above the old shack
 * In a hollow log leading down from the ledge above the old shack
 * On the bank of the river southwest of the old shack

 * Two under the walkway leading to the main campgrounds
 * Behind some plants next to the boathouse entrance
 * On a cave ledge behind and above the boathouse
 * On the large mast above the boathouse
 * On a rope leading to the small mast above the boathouse
 * On the roof of the boathouse dock
 * On the roof of the bathysphere dock
 * On the small dock next to the large rock in the middle of the lake
 * On a small rock in the lake
 * On the floating pier
 * On the beach behind a rock outcropping
 * On a ledge above the beach
 * On a higher ledge above the beach
 * Two located in the trees, swing from the high ledge above the beach

 * Two on the hill in the middle of the swamp
 * Next to the tree surrounding an old truck, east of the swamp
 * In a cave behind the waterfall
 * Two on rocks above the waterfall
 * Three on the supports of the broken mine track
 * On the large tree with a cold campfire beneath
 * Two on rocks to either side of the cold campfire
 * At the entrance to the mine tunnel
 * Three in the mine tunnel
 * On tope of the mine tunnel upper exit
 * Two on a rope stretching across the middle of the area
 * On the ground near the janitor's trailer
 * Behind a gravestone, west of the janitor's trailer

 * On a ledge leading up to the tower gates
 * On a column inside the main gates
 * To the left of the main entrance into the tower
 * At one end of the side passage around the tower

 * On a rock next to the top of the elevator
 * Two on ledges against the outer wall
 * In Edgar's room

 * At the end of the first hallway
 * In a bedroom at the top of the first set of stairs
 * At the bottom of the elevator shaft
 * Two on the floor before reaching the first set of open-air rooms
 * Three on the outside wall of the open-air rooms
 * Bedroom at the top of the twisted stairs
 * Floor of the green sludge room
 * At the top of the rebar ladder near the floor of the sludge room
 * First set of wood platforms in the sludge room
 * On the inside ledge after you get Dogen's brain
 * On the rebar that you climb to reach the circular hallway
 * On a wood platform next to Crystal's brain
 * At the end of the rail near the top of the level

 * At the foot of the ladder leading into the lab
 * In the lab
 * Two on the circular walkway outside the lab

                        [3.3] SCAVENGER HUNT

Upon entering the Main Campgrounds for the first time, you'll be given a 
scavenger hunt list by Ranger Ford Cruller. There are sixteen items on the 
list. For each eight items you find and turn in to Ranger Cruller, you will 
receive four ranks. Ranger Cruller spends his time in the GPC & Wilderness 
area, next to the old shack. Specific information on how to reach each item 
is given in the Walkthrough.

 * Cherry Wood Pipe: near a tree in the southeastern corner of the
   Reception area; the tree is growing around an old truck

 * Condor Egg: in a nest in the swamp in the Reception area

 * Dinosaur Bone: up a tree in the Reception area, the tree is just
   east of the janitor's trailer and has a cold campfire beneath it

 * Diver's Helmet: in a cave above the boathouse, requires Levitation

 * Eagle Claw: on a platform reached from a broken bridge just east of
   the parking lot

 * Fertility Idol: in a beehive near the janitor's trailer in Reception;
   use Psi Blast to break open the beehive

 * Fossil: on a ledge in Sasha Nein's lab

 * Glass Eye: behind a grate at the end of the river in the Wilderness,
   requires Telekinesis

 * Gold Doubloon: under the main lodge, on the south side

 * Gold Watch: over the fountain in the Asylum courtyard, available only
   after you've completed the Milkman Conspiracy

 * Golden Acorn: guarded by a squirrel on the ground just below the 
   Pirate Scope, requires Invisibility

 * Miner's Skull: stuck in a geyser in the Wilderness, requires Shield

 * Pirate Scope: on a high rock east of the cave entrance from the GPC
   to the Boathouse & Beach

 * Psychonauts Comic #1: on a ledge above the beach

 * Turkey Sandwich: in a freezer in the cave in the Kid's Cabins area,
   requires Pyrokinesis

 * Voodoo Doll: inside the main lodge, on the rafters over the stage

                            [3.4] BRAINS

By the time you reach the Thorney Towers Home for the Disturbed, all the 
brains of the campers have been stolen. You will find them lying around the 
Asylum areas. Return them to Ford Cruller in his secret sanctuary for 
increases to your maximum mental health.

 * Benny: Asylum Upper Floors, in a bathroom at the top of the first set
   of stairs

 * Bobby: Asylum Upper Floors, in a room beside the first pipe you grind

 * Chloe: Asylum Lower Floors, on a ledge above a broken wheelchair

 * Chops: Asylum Lower Floors, on a ledge on the outer wall

 * Clem: Asylum Upper Floors, in the locked room next to the room blocked
   by a chair, drop down through the ceiling to get the brain

 * Crystal: Asylum Upper Floors, on a wood platform below the curving

 * Dogen & Phoebe: Asylum Upper Floors, on ledges on the outside of the
   wall of the green sludge room

 * Elka: Asylum Upper Floors, on the outside wall of the first set of
   open air rooms

 * Elton & Mikhail: circular walkway around Dr. Loboto's lab

 * Franke: to the right of the main entrance into the Asylum

 * J. T.: just inside the main gates into the Asylum,
   nestled in the hedge

 * Kitty: on a ledge outside Gloria's arbor

 * Maloof: Asylum Lower Floors, on a ledge against the back wall

 * Milka: Asylum Lower Floors, carried in a basket by crows

 * Nils: Asylum Upper Floors, on the wood beam at the end of the level

 * Quentin: Asylum Upper Floors, in a window near the floor of the
   green sludge room

 * Vernon: foot of the ladder leading into Dr. Loboto's lab

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                         [4.1] KID'S CABINS

Psi Cards:         12
Challenge Markers:  1
Scavenger Hunt:     1

Start a new game. After an extended cutscene introducing the story, you 
have to create a profile for yourself. Each profile has five savegame 
slots, plus an autosave. After you have created your profile, you'll meet 
Ford Cruller in a dream and be introduced to the camera controls and the 
concept of Psi Challenge Markers and Psi Cards. You then wake outside your 

Before heading off to Coach Oleander's Basic Braining class, explore the 
area. You'll find arrowheads scattered about. Stand next to the purple gas 
emission and press USE to dig up an arrowhead. You can find a Psi Card 
right next to your cabin, as well as in the outhouse close by. (USE the 
door to open the outhouse.) There's also a Psi Card underneath the ramp 
leading to the classroom and another among the roots of the big tree on 
which the classroom is built.

Beside a another cabin, you'll meet Dogen and find a trampoline. Double-
jump on to the trampoline to get to the roof of the cabin (Psi Card), then 
walk across the tightrope to the roof of your cabin (another Psi Card).

From your roof, swing from the branches across to some netting on a tree, 
then climb up to reach a ledge leading into a cave (Psi Card). Enter the 
cave and explore, learning about sliding in the process. At the bottom is a 
freezer with a Turkey Sandwich frozen in a block of ice. This is one of the 
scavenger hunt items. You can't get it now, but note its location so you 
can come back and pick it up later.

Use the netting to climb halfway up the cave and use the side tunnel to 
exit, picking up two more Psi Cards in the process. Go back and trampoline 
up to the roof of the first cabin again. This time, walk only halfway along 
the tightrope, then press CANCEL to drop and grab the rope with your hands. 
Swing to the trapeze hanging from the nearby tree, then swing to a high 
trampoline. Pick up another Psi Card, then jump up to the ladder and climb 
up to get a Psi Challenge Marker.

Drop back down and find the pole near the big tree and climb it to a 
speaker platform. There's another Psi Card here. That makes 11 of the 12 
Cards; you can't get the 12th until you have Levitation. Jump to the 
trapeze and swing across to the ladder and climb to the platform leading 
into Basic Braining class. It's time to learn the rules of the game.

                        [4.2] BASIC BRAINING


Figments: 73
Cobwebs:   0
Vaults:    0

Enter the classroom and talk to Oleander. Tell him you're ready to go and 
enter his mind. After the short cutscene, ATTACK the wall where the picture 
is being shown and enter the first phase of the Basic Braining Obstacle 
Course. Follow the path, jumping or double-jumping as necessary. You'll 
soon find your first figment and receive a description of how they work.

Just beyond that figment is a steamer trunk. The tag is just over the next 
gap, so go grab it and return to sort your first baggage. Proceed to the 
ladder and climb over the tower. On the other side, pick up the suitcase 
tag and climb the pole to the top of the wall. Climb another pole to the 
top of the tower, then head down the ladder on the opposite side.

There are fire vents on this side of the tower, so time dropping down the 
ladder with the fire coming from the vents. At the bottom is a broken 
bridge and a cutscene with your favorite bully. Drop down the ladder on 
this side of the bridge, then choose one of two routes:

1) Climb the ladder to the other half of the bridge.

2) Go around behind the tower you just descended to find a Classified Route 
through a hole in the ground.

It doesn't matter which way you go, but to collect all figments, you must 
take both routes. You will have to come back here later to collect cobwebs, 
so just take either route now and remember to use the other route when you 
return. Route #1 is easier once you have Levitation, so you might want to 
use the Classified Route the first time through this level.

Whichever route you take, you'll eventually find yourself at a set of 
stairs leading up to a gun emplacement. Jump up to the ledge where the guns 
are, but hang from your hands rather than jump all the way up. Shimmy 
across and jump up onto the ledge after you've passed the guns.

From this point, drop down to your left and go through a hollow rocket to 
reach the suitcase. Then climb back up and use the trampolines to reach a 
wall covered with netting. Climb the wall slowly, as sections of it are 
blown out by artillery fire.

At the top of the wall is a minefield with Dogen standing nearby. Don't 
talk to Dogen yet, just step carefully through the minefield collecting 
figments--each mine here is instant death if you trigger it. After you have 
the figments, return to Dogen and talk to him.

He wants you to lead him through the minefield. Agree and slowly lead him 
through the largest gaps on the right side of the field. Every time he gets 
nervous, talk to him to keep him following you. Once you get him safely 
through, he'll give you five arrowheads.

Now climb the flagpole, pushing the flag to the top, to open the door into 
an airplane. Enter the plane, collect the figments, then punch open the 
side door and jump.


Figments: 79
Cobwebs:   3
Vaults:    2

Course 2 begins with a game. Psi Bomb the large button in the center and 
watch for enemy targets to pop up. Punch 20 targets within the 60-second 
time limit and the gate will open, allowing you to continue. As you rack up 
points, the targets start showing for shorter lengths of time. When this 
happens, just stand in one spot near the inner circle and punch anything 
that comes near you. You should score 20 points with a few seconds to 

NOTE: You can keep playing this game at harder and harder difficulties, 
receiving greater rewards--up to a bonus rank.

Beyond the gate is your first vault. Punch it to unlock one of Oleander's 
memories. Then punch the large wooden enemy target to form a bridge and 
advance to an open field with a large gun at the end. The gun fires 
continuously, but you are protected by a brick wall. You have to punch this 
wall to knock it down and cause another to pop up. Quickly run/jump to the 
other wall and repeat the procedure until you punch the last wall and 
disable the gun.

Return through the field picking up anything you missed, including the 
hatbox tag and the hatbox. Then climb to the top of the gun turret, pick up 
the dufflebag tag and Psi Bomb the boards to drop into a hole and continue 
through the course.

Climb the flag pole to open the door, then slide through the tunnel. Swing 
from pole to pole to climb the next wall and find the dufflebag. Then climb 
the next wall. Once you reach the platform, punch the cracked wall and step 
through. You find your first cobweb, but you can't do anything with it now, 
so jump to the lowest tightrope and jump from rope to rope to get to the 
next platform.

Punch the cracked wall, then drop down below the trapeze to pick up some 
figments. There's also another cobweb here with a vault behind it; you'll 
return later to get this. Jump back up to the trapeze and swing across to 
the first platform. Pick up the purse tag, climb the ladder, jump to the 
piece of airplane tail to your right and continue jumping over the pieces 
of plane to get to the purse. Congratulations, you've unlocked some concept 
art and gained a rank.

From the purse, jump back to the platform above where you got the tag, then 
walk the rope to another platform. Jump to the right side of the trapeze, 
then swing to another trapeze, switch directions and jump to a platform. 
You can see the third cobweb below you; when you return later you can float 
down to it, then float down to the middle of the rails. Continue climbing, 
swinging and jumping until you reach the rails. Ride the rails downward, 
jumping from one to another to collect figments and avoid the enemy 

You should be riding the center rail as you reach the end. Make sure you 
jump over Bobby Zilch to reach the exit.


Figments: 11
Cobwebs:   2
Vaults:    0

After a short walk you arrive at a fiendishly tricky sequence in which you 
must travel along a series of platforms (logs) that are rotating. Stay on a 
platform too long and you'll slide off. Run onto the next platform too 
quickly, and you'll slide off. You get the idea. Just take it easy, keep 
moving and wait for the platforms to rotate underneath you before 

As you come off the logs, there's a cobweb for later collecting, then ride 
the rail to reach the end of the course. The final cobweb is in front of 
the white door. Go through the door into the white hallway and advance 
toward the curtain to trigger the cutscene where you earn your Basic 
Braining Merit Badge.

                [4.3] MAIN CAMPGROUNDS & PARKING LOT

Psi Cards:         18
Challenge Markers:  1
Scavenger Hunt:     3*

* One of the scavenger hunt items is inside the lodge, which is considered 
a separate area in the game. So you will only see two scavenger hunt items 
reported in your journal for the Main Campgrounds.

After the cutscenes, press CANCEL to stow the button Sasha gave you in your 
backpack. You can now enter the main campgrounds, so do so (after paying a 
one-time toll of one arrowhead). As you enter, you'll get your scavenger 
hunt list. Collect any eight items and turn them in to earn four ranks. 
Collect and return the other eight to earn four more ranks.

Just past the entrance, pick up a Psi Card on the other side of a gap in 
the fence. You can pick up the Gold Doubloon scavenger item from a nook 
underneath the south side of the lodge. There's also a Psi Card under the 
ramp that leads up to the lodge. Go to the southeastern corner of the lodge 
and look south of the speakers to find another Psi Card behind a tree. Then 
climb the pole to the southeastern speaker platform.

Get the Psi Card from the platform, then walk the tightrope to the 
northeastern speaker platform, picking up a Psi Card on the way. Get 
another Psi Card from the other platform, jump over to the roof of the 
lodge and get the Challenge Marker from the peak. Down the other side of 
the roof is a small platform with another Psi Card and a tightrope. Turn 
around and face east and double-jump to the brown wood sub-roof. Walk under 
the green roof for another Psi Card. Jump down and head for the 
southwestern speaker platform to get your eighth Psi Card.

From the platform, look down on the west side to see a chain of rocks 
leading up to a piece of broken bridge. Jump down to these rocks and jump 
your way to the bridge. Just past the bridge is another Psi Card, then use 
the trapeze at the end of the bridge to swing across to another platform. 
Here you'll get another Psi Card and the Eagle Claw scavenger hunt item.

Walk the tightrope to the large entrance sign at the front of the parking 
lot and get another Psi Card. There are five more Psi Cards in the parking 
area, but one--on top of the big stump in the center of the lot--is only 
accessible after you have Levitation. Go ahead and pick up the one sitting 
on the log at the front of a parking space, the one on top of the Jeep 
(double-jump from the wood post behind the Jeep), the one on top of the 
basketball goal (double-jump from the yellow rock) and the one in the 
outhouse. Then head up the path back toward the main lodge.

Along the way, pick up a Psi Card from a rock beside the path. You should 
now have at least 27 Psi Cards, enough for three Challenge Markers (and 
three ranks). If you don't have at least 30 arrowheads, dig around until 
you have at least 30.

Head up to the main lodge and enter. Inside the lodge, jump on the frame 
over the main door, then jump to the awning over Ford Cruller's shop, then 
up to the rafters. Jump across the rafters to collect a scavenger hunt 
item: the Voodoo Doll. Drop down and go shopping by talking to the cook. 
Buy three Psi Cores.

Leave the lodge and find the big hollow stump near the ramp leading up to 
the main lodge. Jump inside. Welcome to the Whispering Rocket Rapid Transit 
system. You can only go places you've already visited, so your choices now 
are limited to the Kid's Cabins, the parking lot or Ford Cruller's secret 
sanctuary. Head for Cruller's sanctuary.

Once you've talked to Cruller and received your Bacon--a very useful device 
with which you can communicate with Cruller at any time--drop to the bottom 
of the area and make yourself three Challenge Markers with the Psi Cores 
you bought and the Psi Cards you have collected. There are also two Psi 
Cards in the lab--one on the floor level and another on a platform near the 
top of the lab above the Rapid Transit stump.

If you were diligent in collecting figments and sorting baggage in Basic 
Braining, you should reach rank 10 and earn a new Psi Power. Jump to the 
top platform and speak to Cruller to receive Pyrokinesis. After your 
training, jump back into the hollow stump in the lab and return to the main 

To the east of the lodge, at ground level, head north to enter the GPC & 
Wilderness area. You will explore this area in greater detail later; for 
now, move on to Sasha Nein's lab.

                   [4.4] SASHA'S SHOOTING GALLERY

Once in the GPC area, head straight down the path, through a couple of 
cutscenes, and then through the large hollow log. Enter the fenced-in area 
with geodesic domes and climb the ramps to the highest, center dome. Punch 
the door and let out the camper. After the cutscene, climb back up to the 
open dome and enter. Open your inventory, select the button, equip it (USE 
key) and USE it on the "threads". Jump into the hole to enter Agent Nein's 

There are two Psi Cards and a scavenger hunt item (Fossil) in the lab. The 
Fossil is on a high ledge you can see after you've turned the first corner 
on the stairway. From the large landing opposite the Fossil, double-jump to 
the nearest ledge and from there you can get to the Fossil. Jump back to 
the stairway and from the highest landing, the first Psi Card is just below 
you, so jump down to it and then jump down to floor level; the other Psi 
Card is behind one of the metal screens. Go talk to Sasha.


Figments: 92
Cobwebs:   5
Vaults:    2

Following Sasha's instructions, enter the Brain Tumbler and the Collective 
Unconscious. Walk through the one open door and enter Raz's psyche. Collect 
the figments and vault in this area, then jump into the caravan. Start 
punching the walls to break out of an egg.

Leaving the egg, search around for the purse tag and then follow the white 
rabbit. Collect figments and the steamer trunk tag before being accosted by 
a monster. Sasha will pull you out and tell you he will teach you to fight. 
Find the Rapid Transit stump in the corner of the lab and go see Ford 
Cruller to get your Marksmanship Learner's Permit. Then it's back to Sasha 
to learn about Psi Blasts.

Figments: 69
Cobwebs:   5
Vaults:    2

Follow Sasha's instructions to begin learning how to use Psi Blasts. Use 
LOCK/FLOAT to lock onto a target and press the Psi Power key for the slot 
where Psi Blast is located (it defaults to slot 1, which is a good place to 
leave it). When locked on to a target, use the CAMERA left/right controls 
to change the target.

You reach a point where you have to shoot 1,000 censors in order to earn 
your actual merit badge. Once you are comfortable with the way Psi Blasts 
work, USE the large controller to increase the rate censors are produced 
until it reaches the red danger spot.

Uh oh.

After the cutscene, run toward the large bedroom set. Your goal is to shut 
down the censor valves; however, you want to collect all the goodies on the 
set first. A vault and the dufflebag tag are on the bed. You'll find the 
dufflebag beside the bed. On one of the large blocks is an astral 
projection layer replacement.

On another block is the hatbox tag; the hatbox is on one of the bedposts. 
From the block where you get the tag, jump onto the block that looks a 
little like a steamboat. The funnel is a trampoline, use it to bounce up to 
a high platform, then jump to the headboard of the bed and run across to 
get the hatbox.

There are also two cobwebs under arched blocks, but you can't get them now. 
Once you're confident you've collected everything, take out the first 
censor valve by locking on to it and using Psi Blast, then blast the second 
valve that springs up.

Now a set of columns and circular platforms springs up. The censors are 
tougher here, taking two shots to destroy and having a ranged attack of 
their own. Collect everything you can find, including the purse tag and the 
purse. There's also another astral layer projection replacement. Then take 
out the censor valves.

On to the shoebox set. You meet walking bombs for the first time. They will 
get close to you and explode, for lots of damage. The steamer trunk tag is 
on the ground level, while the steamer trunk itself is located on one of 
the columns of shoe polish cans. There are two cobwebs on the main pile of 
shoeboxes. You can find the second vault on this stage, roaming around the 
cube. It can be on any face of the cube, so you're going to have to search 
for it.

Once the censor valves are destroyed, you move to the fire stage. The fifth 
cobweb is at the base of one of the stairways. Head up the central pillar, 
collecting the suitcase tag on the way. At the top of the central tower is 
the suitcase and an astral projection layer replacement. There's only one 
censor valve this time. Once it is destroyed, you proceed to the boss 

You've got a very large and very angry censor to destroy; however, you 
can't touch it until you get rid of the censor valves at the center of each 
of five faces of the cube. Start running.

Once the censor valves are destroyed, you can hurt the monster censor. LOCK 
ON to it and keep blasting while strafing/jumping to avoid attacks. It 
doesn't take much to put the monster down. Once defeated, you get your 
Marksmanship Merit Badge so you can shoot more stuff.

Time to face your own demons.

Note about returning to Sasha's Shooting Gallery:
You will have to return here to collect cobwebs, since you don't have the 
duster right now. It is better to wait until you are rank 40 or higher, so 
you can get full use from the Chain Blast upgrade.


Figments: 92
Cobwebs:   5
Vaults:    2

Back into the Brain Tumbler with you. Follow the same path as before. This 
time, when confronted by the monster, blast it. Once it's gone, look to the 
right to find the purse (you should have collected the tag on your previous 
run) and note your first cobweb for later collecting.

Continue by ascending a large, thorny vine to a ledge. Defeat the censors, 
then double-jump to another ledge to get the steamer trunk. Just past this 
area, you will drop down again. Turn around to pick up the dufflebag tag, 
then continue down the path. Once you pick up the suitcase tag, turn around 
and backtrack to the ledge where you found the steamer trunk.

From that ledge, face forward along the path and jump to the pole. Swing to 
the next pole, then to the vine. Position yourself on the vine so you are 
opposite the long, thin stalagmite. Swing to the stalagmite, then climb to 
the top and around to the other side. Jump out to catch another vine and 
swing to a ledge. Double jump to the next vine, swing to the huge, vine-
covered stalagmite, crawl around and jump to a large ledge. Pick up the 
dufflebag and note the cobweb, then jump from ledge to ledge to reach the 
suitcase. Drop down and backtrack along the lower level to pick up 
additional figments.

Continue after the rabbit. Pick up the hatbox tag and additional figments 
before arriving at a cutscene of Dogen losing his brain. Enter the large 
room surrounding the thorn tower and search for the hatbox, a maximum 
projection layer increase and the second vault. Then start climbing the 
vines around the tower until your way is blocked.

At that point, Sasha pulls you out and tells you to learn Levitation from 
Milla. Sounds like a good idea.

                      [4.5] MILLA'S DANCE PARTY

By now you should have reached rank 20 and be able to learn a new Psi 
Power. Go to Cruller's sanctuary and learn TK (Telekinesis). Leave his lab 
and return to the main lodge. Go to the camp store and buy the dousing rod. 
If you don't have 50 arrowheads yet, wander around and dig some up.

Now, take the dousing rod and thoroughly search everywhere around the whole 
camp until you have 1200 arrowheads. The Beach, Wilderness and Reception 
areas seem to have the richest deposits. Don't neglect higher ledges and 
the tops of rocks; some of the most valuable arrowheads are in out-of-the-
way places.

You want to buy both the Cobweb Duster and the Mental Magnet. The duster is 
necessary to continue in later levels. The magnet will make your life much 
easier by helping you collect all the power-ups dropped by enemies and 
breakable scenery.

Once you have both items, head for the Boathouse and Beach area and find 
the "Admiral" (another Ford Cruller projection) in the boathouse. Talk to 
him to get your canoe. Jump on the canoe, stand on the middle seat and 
press USE to take control of the canoe. Paddle out to the floating platform 
where Levitation class is taking place and pull up directly beside one of 
the docks to automatically disembark.

After the cutscene, talk to Milla to begin learning Levitation.


Figments: 79
Cobwebs:   3
Vaults:    2

Follow Milla's instructions to jump on your Levitation Ball and "bubble 
bounce" across the first gap, then bounce and float (use LOCK/FLOAT in mid-
air) through the rings. After getting through the rings, pick up the 
dufflebag tag from the top of the wall and your first cobweb from the lower 
floor. Jump back up to the carpet ramp and head through to a large, bowl-
shaped room.

Roll on your Ball around the room, picking up the speed you need to jump up 
through the rings. Once all three are spinning, flower-shaped platforms 
will descend. Pick up speed to get on the first platform, then bubble 
bounce up to the first large platform. Pick up the dufflebag here.

Jump on the nearest flower platform, then jump and float down through the 
rings to a target platform. You'll be carried upward. Bounce up to the 
platform that is within the wind stream and look back toward the fan. To 
the left and lower down is a small platform with a figment on it. Bounce 
down to the platform and enter the small room to get some figments and the 
first vault. The chest in the corner leads to Milla's nightmares, which is 
informative, but doesn't have anything of value.

Jump back up into the wind and float to be carried across to the ladder and 
the steamer trunk tag. Climb the ladder to reach a pinball-style plunger 
that will propel you up to some spring platforms. Before rolling in front 
of the plunger, get a cobweb from right behind the entrance you came 
through and the hatbox tag directly across from the entrance. There are 
also some figments on the floor to either side of the plunger path.

Let the plunger throw you up; but, float down onto the side platforms to 
pick up some figments and find the steamer trunk. Once you've got 
everything you want, use the plunger to propel yourself to the spring 
platforms and bounce to a floating flower platform. Ride it up and jump 
across to the balcony. Run around the balcony, collecting figments, the 
third cobweb and the hatbox. Then grind the rail to set the rings spinning 
and start another flower platform moving.

Jump on the moving platform and ride it up to the large central platform. 
Collect the figments here, then jump/float down to the doorway and punch it 
open. Pick up the purse tag from the hallway, then use the bowl room to 
launch yourself up to the fence. Climb up and jump to the central platform, 
where you learn you can levitate over certain damaging environments (but 
still not water). Jump over the spikes and climb the pole to another flower 

From this platform, jump to one of the rotating platforms and ride it 
around, making sure you jump over the bar in the center of the room. Once 
over the bar, jump to the slightly higher flower platform and then to the 
spring to be bounced to the purse. From the purse, you can bounce/float to 
the highest flower platform and then to the door. Punch open the door and 
get ready to race.


Figments: 97
Cobwebs:   0
Vaults:    0

The object is simple: beat Bobby Zilch in a Levitation Ball race. There are 
no cobwebs, baggage or vaults here and the figments are worth only one 
point each, so concentrate on racing and avoiding obstacles. If you lose, 
you can retry the race as many times as you like, so deliberately lose if 
you are trying for a perfect game and need the figments.

There are booster gates located throughout the course (identified by a 
large white symbol hanging within the gate and repeated on the course floor 
in front of the gate), as well as ramps that can propel you up into tubes 
running over the course. The race is easily won as long as you don't hit 
any obstacles, which brings you to a dead stop.

For a quick head start, begin the race by going through the first booster 
and then immediately going left to hit a booster gate that leads into a 
long tube.


Figments: 57
Cobwebs:   2
Vaults:    0

After winning the race, you have to find Milla at the top of the next room. 
Getting up to her requires floating from bubble-stream to bubble-stream. 
Before floating up, explore the bottom of the room for figments, a cobweb 
and the suitcase tag that's sitting in the middle of the floor.

From the platform where you came in, there's a bubble vent directly to your 
right and another ahead and a bit to your left. Jump to the vent directly 
to your right and float up to a platform with an Ammo Up trophy. While on 
the platform, look down between the pipes leading to the bubble vents you 
just came through. There's a figment here that floats in a circular path 
between the pipes; you'll have to time its movement and then jump down on 

Jump/float your way through the other set of bubble vents to a switch 
platform and punch the switch to turn on the large fan in the center of the 
room. Your job, once again, is to get the rings spinning. It's easier to 
float above each ring and then drop through it--you can turn your 
Levitation Balloon on-and-off while in mid-air. Just use CANCEL to turn it 
off and LOCK/FLOAT to turn it back on. Once all three rings are spinning, 
the door will open. Float over to it and get the purse from the platform.

Through the door, the final cobweb is on the floor of the next room. Get it 
and as many figments as you want, before jumping/floating to Milla's 
platform. After class is over, paddle your canoe back to the boathouse 

Note about figments in The Party:
There are several figments in this room that are easier to get after you've 
completed the course. If you come back later through the Collective 
Unconscious, Milla won't be in the room and you can land on her platform 
without ending the level. This makes it easier to get some of the floating 

Also, there is one figment that is on the highest set of floating flower 
platforms. Get up on the highest platform along the wall--the one directly 
behind Milla's platform. Jump on top of the speaker, then bounce to the 
nearest high flower platform. You can see the figment to the left. You'll 
need to get what little running start you can to succeed with the 
bounce/float to the figment.

                        [4.6] SCAVENGER HUNT

You now have just about everything you need to collect all the items in the 
main camp areas. It is much easier to collect these items in the day, since 
certain nasty beasties only come out at night. If you go back to Sasha's 
lab now and complete the Brain Tumbler Experiment, it will be night when 
you come out, so go item hunting now. Since you're already on the beach, 
this is a good place to start.


Psi Cards:         16
Challenge Markers:  1
Scavenger Hunt:     2

Start by bubble bouncing onto the top of the boathouse roof, onto the 
corner that is closest to the water. On the other side is a small platform. 
From the platform, bounce up to the ledge then to another ledge that leads 
to a small cave. There's a Psi Card outside the cave and the Diver's Helmet 
scavenger hunt item inside the cave.

If you have trouble getting onto the roof of the boathouse, you can come 
back and do this part later. But then, there will be a psi-cougar in the 
cave, so prepare Invisibility in order to sneak up on him and punch him 

From the ledge outside the cave, bounce/float down to the large ship mast 
on top of the boathouse. There's a Psi Card there, and a trapeze you can 
use to swing down to the shorter mast. Another Psi Card awaits on one of 
the ropes leading down to the dock roof and there's a Psi Card on the roof 
as well.

If you try to walk out on the dock, Bobby Zilch will throw you back. But he 
won't stop you if you go over his head. Head out to the large, covered dock 
in the center of the lake and get Psi Cards from the roof of the dock and 
the small dock next to the big rock.

From the roof of the dock, you can bounce/float down to the small rock with 
a Psi Card, then bubble bounce to the pier that extends from the beach. 
From this pier, bounce/float to the floating pier and the Psi Card there, 
then bounce/float to the beach. Standing on the beach, facing the water, 
head left around the rock outcropping to get another Psi Card.

Head inland from here until you see a ledge with a path on it above you. 
Jump up, then jump up to a higher ledge to get another Psi Card. From the 
Card, look out toward the lake to see the Challenge Marker floating above a 
big rock. Bounce/float out to it, then bounce/float back to this same path. 
Continue on the path to pick up the Psychonauts Comic #1 scavenger hunt 

From the comic, jump up to the tree branch and swing across to a higher 
ledge. Pick up another Psi Card. Now climb up on the small rock that's on 
the path and look toward the boathouse. You should see a line of tree 
branches. Swing across them to a small platform, picking up two more Psi 
Cards in the process.

The remaining three Psi Cards are on the beach: two are under the walkway 
leading to the main campgrounds and one is behind some plants right next to 
the boathouse door. Find the Rapid Transit stump near the walkway to the 
main campgrounds and use it to return to Cruller's sanctuary. By now, you 
should have 30 ranks, and you will receive the Invisibility power.

From Cruller's sanctuary, head for the GPC area.


Psi Cards:         18
Challenge Markers:  2
Scavenger Hunt:     4

From the Rapid Transit stump, bounce on top of the hollow-log bridge and 
pick up the Psi Card. From the bridge, jump downstream and follow the river 
to a grate (not far) and use TK on the Glass Eye behind the grate to pull 
it to you.

Head in to the GPC area. There's a Psi Card underneath the domes, and 
another on top of the center dome (the one that leads to Sasha's lab). From 
the top of the dome, bounce/float to the western tree branch that has a Psi 
Card. Walk to the end of the branch and swing to the next branch. Slide 
along the branch to the tree, climb the vines and walk out on the next 
branch containing a Psi Card.

From that branch, jump to the next tree and climb it to get a Challenge 
Marker. Climb down to the branch that slopes downward and slide down, 
jumping to another branch to your right about halfway down. You'll land on 
another tree with a Psi Card on the branch. Drop down to the top of the 
cave that takes you to the Boathouse & Beach area to get a Psi Card.

Just to the left of the cave entrance is the crow feather, floating over a 
rock. From the rock where you got the feather, jump up the yellow rocks 
until you can't seem to go any higher. Then levitate-jump to some vines you 
can use to climb up. The Pirate Scope is up here, and, just below it, 
behind a tree, is another Psi Card.

Down at ground level, just below the Pirate Scope rock, a squirrel is 
guarding the Golden Acorn. Use Invisibility to sneak up and steal it from 
him. North of here, you'll find two Psi Cards near the geysers. The Miner's 
Skull is stuck in one of the geysers; but, you cannot retrieve it yet. 
You'll need the Shield power first.

Continue past the geysers, picking up two more Psi Cards near the GPC 
fence. You'll also have to fight a psi-bear. LOCK ON and blast it while 
dodging it's TK claw. Three blasts should take care of it. Beyond the bear 
is a group of small rocks with two more Psi Cards. Continuing around the 
GPC, you should find a very large rock with smaller rocks forming a 
staircase up to it.

Climb to the top of the rock and pick up a Psi Card. Turn around and swing 
from branches until you reach a ledge with another Psi Card. There's also 
the end of a hollow log up here. Jump in the log and slide down, picking up 
another Psi Card in the process.

From the end of the log, go left to the dilapidated hut and Ranger Cruller. 
Turn in eight of your scavenger hunt items by talking to Cruller. You'll 
get four ranks as a reward. Then bounce up to the roof of the old shack and 
drop through the hole for a Challenge Marker. Bounce back out of the hut 
and head downriver, collecting the last Psi Card from the bank, to the 
Reception area.


Psi Cards:         21
Challenge Markers:  1
Scavenger Hunt:     4

After entering Reception, head right up the circular ramp to a hilltop. 
There's a Psi Card up here. From the card, look down to see a small ledge 
with another Card. Look out from the small ledge to see a Psi Card floating 
near a tree that has grown around an old truck. Jump down to get the Card 
and the Cherry Wood Pipe scavenger hunt item that is nearby.

Continue upriver to the waterfall. There is a Psi Card in a cave behind the 
waterfall. Then jump up the rocks to the right of the waterfall for another 
Psi Card. Jump over the top of the waterfall and down a couple of rocks to 
get your sixth Psi Card. Now jump across to the cave ledge in the cliff 
face to get the Challenge Marker.

Bounce/float along the broken track supports to get two more Psi Cards. 
From the beam where you get the second Card, look down into the swamp to 
see the Condor Egg in its nest; bounce/float down to it. Jump back toward 
the cliff face and climb the slope to a large tree with a cold campfire 
beneath it.

Bounce up the tree to get a Psi Card and the Dinosaur Bone scavenger hunt 
item. There are Psi Cards on rocks to both the left and right of the base 
of the tree. Going over the rocks toward the janitor's trailer to the west, 
look down to see a rope stretched from a tree. Float down to the rope and 
walk across it, picking up two Psi Cards.

Jump down from the platform to the cave entrance and enter, getting another 
Psi Card. Prepare to fight a psi-bear. Once the bear is down, climb through 
the cave to pick up two more Psi Cards. When you reach the rails at the top 
of the cave, ride the right rail out to get the Psi Card. At the first 
platform, turn back and bounce back to the cave exit and then on top for 
the Psi Card. Then ride the left rail out to the other Psi Card.

Head for the janitor's trailer and look for the Psi Card on the ground 
nearby. Grab it, then Psi Blast the beehive--either double-jump and shoot 
at the height of your jump or get higher up the slope behind it. The 
Fertility Idol scavenger hunt item falls out of the hive. Watch out for the 
bear in this area! Continue past the beehive to some gravestones for the 
final Psi Card.


Leave the Reception area via the campfire stage to enter the parking lot. 
You can now levitate up to the Psi Card on the big stump in the center of 
the lot. Then head for the Kid's Cabins area.

Get back up to the cave entrance above your cabin, then look to your left 
to see some netting on the rocks. Bounce/float over to the netting, climb 
up, jump to some more netting, climb up then jump to a tightrope to get the 
last Psi Card. Float back down to the cave entrance and slide down to the 
freezer. Use Pyro to melt the ice and get the Turkey Sandwich.

Go back to the lodge and count your Psi Cards and Cobwebs. Divide by nine 
and buy enough Psi Cores to cover the result. Go to Cruller's sanctuary and 
convert your cobwebs to Psi Cards and your Psi Cards to Challenge Markers. 
Then return to Sasha's lab.


Figments: 92
Cobwebs:   5
Vaults:    2

Talk to Sasha to send yourself back to the Collective Unconscious and re-
enter the Brain Tumbler Experiment. Now that you have the cobweb duster, 
you may wish to backtrack and collect cobwebs. One web is in the drain hole 
of a large bathtub overhanging the path. Punch the rotten steak next to the 
tub and float up in its gas emissions to enter the tub and clear the drain.

Once you reach the tower, head up the vine path until you reach the rotten 
meat obstacle that stopped you earlier. Punch it and float up in it's 
gasses to enter the tower and start the cutscene. Afterwards, USE the 
garbage chute to follow Dogen's brain and start your battle against the 
Psychoblaster Death Tank.

LOCK ON to the tank and dodge its shots until it rears back, then Blast its 
underbelly. It will roll over, so blast it some more until it rights 
itself. Rinse and repeat until it is defeated. The tank fires confusion 
grenades; avoid the fumes or you will not be able to control yourself or 
your powers for a few seconds. If the tank gets a lock on you (the target 
surrounding you turns red), jump for cover fast.

After defeating the tank, you have to fight the brain itself. Get on your 
Levitation Ball and dodge the confusion grenades and laser beam. When the 
beam slows down, quickly roll in and perform a Palm Megabomb--jump so you 
are over the brain, then repeatedly press ATTACK to slam down on it. It 
should only take three or four successful Megabombs to put the brain out of 
commission and end the experiment.

After the cutscene you will have a useful new item, the Psycho-Portal. You 
will use this frequently from now on. You can also use the Brain Tumbler at 
any time to return to any previously completed level. You may wish to go 
back and collect cobwebs from Basic Braining and Sasha's Shooting Gallery 

Once you're ready to move on, head for the Beach and your meeting with 

                        [4.7] LUNGFISHOPOLIS

Upon entering the beach area, you'll get a cutscene in which Lili is 
captured. Follow the instructions you get from Ford by heading out to the 
bathysphere and USE the hatch to open it and start the next cutscene. You 
end up inside an air bubble on the bottom of the lake.

Search the lake floor for arrowheads; make note of the bright yellow boxes, 
they're full of nails. There are no collectible items in this area, so 
climb the cliff face until you reach a bell tower. You'll have to break 
some coral walls to make the climb. Jump on the rope to ring the bell and 
summon your boss fight against the mutant lungfish.

The lungfish will alternately suck things in and spit them back out. 
Whenever it sucks in, start punching the boxes of nails to break them open 
and pepper the fish with sharp, pointy things. After you've done this a 
time or two, the fish will push the air bubble around.

Prepare to be highly annoyed.

There's no adequate way to describe the jumps and swings you have to make. 
It all happens very quickly and you have no control over the camera and the 
view is from a fair distance, so Raz appears quite tiny on the screen. Just 
stay inside the bubble and move in the direction in which the bubble is 
moving. Jump, swing, climb or whatever as seems appropriate. One thing to 
note is there should not be a need to use Levitation while doing this. 
Normal jumps and double-jumps will suffice.

Repeat the previous fight involving boxes of nails.

Repeat running inside the bubble.

This time, your bubble trip ends in a rail slide, followed by a more 
personal encounter with the lungfish. Note the clams scattered around. 
Stand next to one and wait for the fish to swing its antenna at you, then 
jump back. The antenna will catch inside a clam and you can run up and use 
the mutant as a punching bag for a bit. Three rounds of punching should 
subdue it.

Equip the Psycho-Portal you "borrowed" from Sasha and USE it on the 


Figments: 113
Cobwebs:    5
Vaults:     2

Look! It's Godzilla in Tokyo! OK, actually, it's Goggalor in 
Lungfishopolis; but, the idea is the same. This is actually a pretty short 
level, but it seems like it takes forever because you move more slowly (as 
befits a giant beast) and you can't use Levitation.

The first thing you should know is you will need to smash the buildings. 
With the exception of the skyscrapers, which you can climb like King Kong, 
all the buildings are highly breakable. They are the main source for power-
ups--and you will need a lot of power-ups in this mind. Also, on this lower 
level of the city, some figments are sunk half-way in the water, keep an 
eye out for those. You can get in the water here and retrieve them.

Begin by climbing the skyscraper next to you for an astral projection layer 
replacement. Continue until you meet some freedom fighters. They will ask 
you to free some of their number from a nearby prison. Break open the 
building with the exclamation points hovering over it and receive the 
Shield power. This handy power is a necessity in Lungfishopolis.

Set Shield to a Psi Power slot and Invisibility to another slot. Leave Psi 
Blast where it's at. Remember, no Levitation in this world. Advance down 
the left side of the town, destroying buildings and collecting figments. At 
some point, the Navy will unleash tanks. Either shield yourself from the 
rockets and then Psi Blast them from a distance (requires two Blasts), or 
go Invisible and walk up and punch them (requires one punch).

Go past the big tunnel leading to the large prison, and continue to the 
next skyscraper, which has the purse tag on top of it and a cobweb beside 
it. Backtrack to the prison. As you enter the tunnel, Shield yourself. The 
laser grid will blow itself up.

Enter the prison area, defeat the tanks and lay waste the buildings. Then 
collect a second cobweb, the purse, the dufflebag tag and a vault. The 
vaults in this level are as tiny as the lungfish, so you'll have to search 
carefully to find it.

Head back out to the city and back track over the bridge to a side area you 
passed by earlier. You'll find the dufflebag here, as well as several 
figments. Return to your rampaging. You now have to deal with electric 
beams from a new type of cannon the Navy has let loose. Shield yourself 
from the electric beams and hold the shield until the cannon blows itself 
up with the reflected beam.

Before you reach the dam, the Navy will set up a more powerful cannon next 
to the blimp you released from the prison. Shield yourself every time the 
cannon locks on to you, and advance this way until you are next to the 
cannon--one punch takes it out. Make sure you have finished collecting 
figments in this lower city, then jump to the top of the blimp and bounce 
up to a crane hanging over the dam. Shimmy across and drop down on top of 
the dam.

NOTE: Up here, you cannot enter the water!

Get the hatbox tag nearby, then walk across the dam to get the hatbox, a 
cobweb and an astral projection layer replacement. As you advance, offshore 
ships will begin firing at you. LOCK ON and Psi Blast them; if you jump 
across and punch the gun turret, the ship will sink, leaving you to try to 
get back to shore before the water curse gets you.

Continue mowing down buildings until you reach a fork in the path. At the 
fork, you should find the steamer trunk tag in the street; and, the 
skyscraper to your left has an Ammo Up trophy on top.

To fully complete this level, you will need to travel both paths. For now, 
head right and take out the ships offshore by jumping to the ship without a 
gun turret and LOCKING ON from there. When you reach the bridge, tightrope 
walk over the wires until you get the astral projection layer replacement 
on top of the second bridge support.

Now, go back to the fork and take the left path. You'll find another cobweb 
along this path, which ends at a monorail. Ride the rail through a tunnel, 
picking up the suitcase tag in the process. The monorail takes you straight 
to skyscraper island, where you really get to play King Kong for a while.

To defeat the planes, climb to the top of one of the skyscrapers. When you 
get near the top, watch to be sure no planes are near before going over the 
edge. At the top, LOCK ON to a plane and Psi Blast it. You should have the 
Chain Blast upgrade by now, which means you can take out three planes at 
once. You should have no problem. If a plane hits you, you'll take a bit of 
damage, but the plane will be destroyed, so it's all good.

Once the planes are down, thoroughly loot--that is, explore--the island. 
You'll find a max projection layer increase and the suitcase on top of 
different skyscrapers. Once this island is finished, face out toward the 
water and go right, over a ship, to the part of the city you skipped by 
coming around on the monorail.

On this small island you will find the second vault, the fifth cobweb and 
the steamer trunk. Just be sure to thoroughly lay waste to the city. Once 
you are sure you have collected everything--if you are going for 
completion, you should have 111 of 113 figments by now--go back to 
skyscraper island and head for the other end. Jump over the ships, getting 
the last two figments, to Kochamara Island and prepare for the boss fight.

You can't use Psi Blasts against Kochamara, but you can use the Shield 
effectively. Kochamara has four basic attacks. Each attack is preceded by a 
description of the attack shouted by Kochamara himself. Nice of him to let 
you know what he's going to do. The four attacks are:

"Miiiiiiiiiiightyyyyyyyyyyyyy......RAM!" - Performed from the air, 
Kochamara races to you and hits you.

"Deeeeeeaaaadlyyyyyyyyy......TRIANGLE BEAM!" - An energy ray shot from the 

"Miiiiightyyy Raaaaam......GROUND VERSION!" - Same as the ram from the air, 
but performed from the ground.

"Ooooverrrrrlyyyyy Innnnn-triiiiii-cate......COMBINATION!" - A whirlwind of 
melee attacks performed on the ground.

"Haaaarrrrrrd tooooo aaaaavoooid......AREA ATTACK!" - A blast of energy 
performed on the ground.

The same basic strategy applies to all attacks: wait until he finishes the 
long, drawn-out part of his announcement, then Shield yourself. If you are 
having trouble timing it, turn on subtitles. You can damage Kochamara in 
two ways:

1) Your Shield will deflect his triangle beam back on to him.

2) When he unleashes the area attack, he is helpless for a couple of 
seconds afterward. If you are standing right next to him when it goes off, 
you can drop your Shield and pound him a few times.

Once you get the timing of the attacks down, Kochamara is cake. After he's 
beaten, climb the radio tower to initiate the end-of-level cutscenes. You 
then find yourself on the shores of the Thorney Towers Home for the 

                      [4.8] MILKMAN CONSPIRACY

Linda gives you a fish skeleton, which you can use to call her to take you 
across the lake any time you wish. Handy, right? You'll never use it. If 
you ever want to get back to camp, just use the Bacon and tell Ford you 
want to regroup at HQ. You'll go straight back to his lab. Do what you need 
to do, including exploring the real world, re-entering the Collective 
Unconscious with the Brain Tumbler, etc. Then return and talk to Cruller 
again to be sent back. This works even inside the dream worlds. Just 
remember: consult the Oracle of Bacon.

NOTE: When you get sent back, it's just like loading from a savegame. You 
go back to the beginning of the area from which you were extracted. For 
example, if you use the Bacon to leave Lungfishopolis right before going to 
Kochamara Island, you'll come back to the very beginning of the city and 
have to fight your way through again. On the other hand, using the Bacon 
right after landing on Kochamara Island will cause you to come back to 
Kochamara Island. Just be careful where you use the Bacon.

Your first task is to climb the cliff face to the asylum gates. Jump to the 
low ledge with Lili's Bracelet, then to the next ledge with a Psi Card. 
Climb the ladder and watch the cutscene with Boyd, the asylum guard. To the 
left of the gates, on a ledge, is a Challenge Marker. Get it with a 
Levitation bounce. Now use the Psycho-Portal on Boyd to enter...The Milkman 


Figments: 165
Cobwebs:    4
Vaults:     2

After the cutscene with Boyd, open the refrigerator to get the Clairvoyance 
power. Run around the room and collect all the figments, then use 
Clairvoyance on Boyd to find the Milkman is dead and to get the door to the 
outside to appear. Head for the door and you will be sent outside.

Welcome to Mr. Roger's Neighborhood as imagined by M. C. Escher. When 
people tell you Psychonauts is twisted, this is the level they are thinking 
about. The Neighborhood is full of secret agents "in disguise". Each group 
of agents is surrounded by a dashed, yellow line. In order to pass through 
the line, you must have a disguise just like the agents.

Start by bouncing to the top of Boyd's house and exploring the back yard--
inside and outside the fence. Consider this to be Standard Operating 
Procedure on every house in the neighborhood. In order to collect figments, 
you'll want to go into every house and explore the roof and yard of every 
house. Make sure, when inside the house, you jump/walk on every piece of 
furniture as some figments are hidden by placement on furniture of the same 
color. You can also get power-ups by bashing objects in the houses and 
opening the refrigerators.

Go to the first house on the street, ignoring the black helicopters, spying 
trash cans, etc. After exploring the house, head for the next house down 
the street. Parked beside the house is a large, black sedan with a 
satellite on the roof. The trunk is open, and there is a Stop Sign in the 
trunk. Jump into the trunk to get the sign; this is your first disguise. Be 
sure to thoroughly check around all the black sedans, as there are some 
dark-colored figments hiding near these cars.

Go down the street to where the "road crew" is working. The house to the 
right has your first cobweb. Equip the Stop Sign and enter the road crew 
area. Jump across the broken road and go to the first house on the left. 
Get the purse tag from the roof.

Avoid the phone man and hedge trimmers and bash the black sedan next to the 
hedge trimmers for some power-ups. From the light pole across from the 
phone man, jump to the next twisted street; don't worry, the streets will 
re-orient themselves as you jump. At the second house on this street, the 
black sedan contains the hedge trimmers. The steamer trunk tag is in the 
back yard of this same house. Make a quick trip back to the hedge trimmers 
house and get the suitcase tag from the back yard.

Continue in the original direction, sidling around the sewer workers. The 
next house after the sewers has your second cobweb and the hatbox (but you 
don't have the tag yet). Pass up the cemetery for now, and jump to the next 
street. Pass by the watering-can house, and enter the Arboretum to your 
right. Go right and walk through the small gate. Collect the figments, then 
bounce over the gate and walk through the large gate in the middle of the 
Arboretum. Collect your flowers for the cemetery disguise. Don't forget to 
walk around the small ledge surrounding the outside of the Arboretum. 
There's a figment hidden behind the gardens.

Continue in the direction you were going. The second house you come to has 
the dufflebag tag. Get your third cobweb from the next house up the street. 
Continue to the post office, and collect the watering can from the trunk of 
the black sedan. Get figments and an astral projection layer replacement 
from the roof of the post office.

Walk up to the door of the post office and USE the keypad. Enter any number 
you like; it will set off an alarm. Back away from the door and wait for 
the agent to come out. Use Clairvoyance on the agent to get the correct 
code for opening the door. (The code is randomly generated each time you 

USE the keypad again to open the door and enter the post office. The 
suitcase is here in the lobby. Use the cobweb duster to get your fourth 
cobweb and enter the storeroom. This area is completely black. Use 
Clairvoyance on the security cameras in order to see where you are going.

**IMPORTANT NOTE: users of ATI Radeon video cards have reported problems 
with the security cameras not showing anything. This problem is apparently 
caused by outdated video drivers. The newer versions of the ATI Catalyst 
drivers (version 5.4 or later) fix this problem.

There's nothing in the storeroom to collect other than the plunger. Run to 
the end of the room, get the plunger and run back out. When you exit the 
post office, you'll be grabbed by a nightmare and have a mini-boss battle 
on your hands.

Psi Blast the worm until its head explodes, then use TK to lob one of the 
bombs that fly out back into the open neck. The worm will turn to stone and 
one punch will take it out. Jump into the blue, glowing hole to return to 
the Neighborhood.

Now it's time to backtrack. Head back to the watering can house and equip 
your watering can to get in. Inside the house is the rolling pin. Be sure 
to re-equip your watering can before leaving the house.

Next stop is the cemetery. Before entering the cemetery, explore all around 
the outside grounds to find the first vault, an astral projection layer 
replacement and the dufflebag. Equip your flowers and enter the cemetery.

After collecting all the figments, use PK on the vines in front of the 
mausoleum and then punch down the door. Grab the book inside to trigger the 
cutscene that ends with you back outside Boyd's house, with a fake rifle.

Head down the street, passing through the road crew area, and enter the 
hedge trimmers house. Grab the purse, and use the rolling pin to get to the 
Ammo Up trophy; be sure to re-equip your trimmers before leaving the house. 
Head down the street and equip the plunger to get into the sewers.


Figments: 48
Cobwebs:   1
Vaults:    0

Equip the rifle and prepare your Shield. Walk into the area with the 
assassins and Shield yourself when the sniper locks on to you.

Remove the cobweb from the door of the book depository. Collect figments 
from the ground floor, then head up the stairs to start a cutscene. After 
the cutscene, grab the helicopter pilot's helmet and use Clairvoyance to 
see the Milkman's secret hideout.

After the cutscene, pick up the phone. This is your final disguise. Re-
equip the rifle, then collect everything you can find in and around the 
book depository--the steamer trunk is behind the building. If you just want 
to finish this level, skip the next section...


To get the final piece of luggage, the second vault and the remaining 
figments from the neighborhood, go back through the sewers. Return to the 
hedge trimmer house and find the telephone worker nearby. Equip the phone, 
climb the pole and ride the wires to a park.

Pick up a maximum projection layer increase, the second vault and the 
hatbox tag. Return to the "mainland", find the hatbox in a house across 
from the cemetery, then re-enter the sewers to face down the Milkman.


Equip your phone and head for the pole near the corner of the book 
depository area. You'll be sucked into another nightmare. Defeat it, then 
climb the pole and ride the wires. You have to jump over the telephone 
poles or be knocked off to your death. In order to get 100% of the figments 
in this area, you'll have to ride both wires.

Once you've obtained all the figments you desire and are ready for the 
final boss, prepare Invisibility. Knock on the door of the house, step back 
and activate Invisibility. Wait for the girl to come out of the door, then 
jump over her to trigger the cutscenes leading to the boss fight.

The Den Mother tosses two items: exploding boxes of cookies and knitting 
needles. The cookies never get further than the last stair of the staircase 
on which she is standing and are easy to dodge. The knitting needles can go 
further, and are harder to dodge, but you can Shield yourself.

There's two ways to do this:

1) The hard way: Dodge the cookies, Shield yourself from the needles, then 
TK the boxes of cookies back at the Den Mother. This is tough and takes a 
lot of coordination and luck, but the cookies do a lot of damage.

2) The easy way: Stand at the bottom of the stairs and Psi Blast her. You 
don't have to worry about the cookies as they won't reach you. Shield 
yourself from any needles she throws. The Psi Blasts aren't as damaging as 
the cookies, but it's a lot easier to hit her--you don't even have to LOCK 
ON to her. The big disadvantage is there are no power-ups to be had, so if 
you run low on ammo, you'll have to revert to method #1.

After the Den Mother takes about 50% damage, things get really interesting. 
She turns out all the lights, leaving you blind. Conveniently, she leaves 
some knitting for you to grab--it's glowing right in front of you and is 
called "God's Eye" in your inventory. Pick it up and use Clairvoyance to 
see through the Den Mother's eyes. Use the same strategy as before, though 
it will be a bit harder as your perspective has changed. Keep at it until 
she is defeated and the Milkman Conspiracy comes to its explosive end.

                       [4.9] GLORIA'S THEATER


Psi Cards:          4
Challenge Markers:  1
Scavenger Hunt:     1
Brains:             3

You're back in the real world and the Asylum gates are now open. You 
already have the Challenge Marker and one Psi Card.

BONUS MOVIE: Equip Lili's bracelet that you retrieved earlier and use 
Clairvoyance for a scene between her and Dr. Loboto.

As you go through the gates, turn around and bounce up to a Psi Card over 
the left column. To the right you'll find J. T.'s brain in a jar, nestled 
in the hedge. Collect brains and return them to Ford for increases to your 
maximum mental health.

Get the Gold Watch scavenger hunt item by bouncing over the fountain. To 
the left of the main entrance to the Asylum is a Psi Card. To the right of 
the entrance is Franke's brain. Punch through the rubble on the right side 
of the fountain to reveal a side passage.

Through the tunnel, turn right to get the last Psi Card, then go the other 
way and look for Kitty's brain on a ledge to your left. Now that you have 
all the Psi Cards and brains from this area, it's time to return to Ford 
Cruller for a little ranking up.

Use your Bacon. Regroup at HQ and give the three brains to Cruller. Count 
your Psi Cards and Cobwebs and return to the main lodge and get enough Psi 
Cores to make Challenge Markers from your items. Get some Dream Fluffs 
while you're there. Leave the lodge and head for the GPC & Wilderness area.

Now that it's night, you'll encounter psi-cougars for the first time. These 
beasts like to set your world on fire. The easiest way to deal with them is 
to go Invisible as soon as you hear their roar, then run up to them and 
punch them. Three blows is all it takes to give them a permanent catnap.

In the Wilderness area, go to the northeast side of the GPC and find the 
geysers. Stand on the open geyser and activate your Shield. The Miner's 
Skull will pop out of the other geyser. Pick it up and head for the 
Ranger's shack and receive four ranks for finishing the scavenger hunt.

Return to Cruller's sanctuary via Rapid Transit, convert your cobwebs and 
Psi Cards to ranks and tell Cruller you're ready to go back into the field 
to get back to the Asylum Grounds. Make your way back to the arbor where 
Gloria awaits...


Figments: 111
Cobwebs:    7
Vaults:     1

Talk to Gloria if you wish, and try to take her trophy, just to see what 
happens. When you're done having fun, use the Psycho-Portal on Gloria to 
start her dream level. After the cutscenes, bounce around collecting 
figments and such. There are a lot of figments in the seats, so be sure to 
explore those areas well, including the upper levels. To reach the higher 
seats, climb the ladder that leads to the spotlight and bounce up from 

On the ground level (below the stage) you can get two cobwebs, below 
Jasper, the critic; and, the steamer trunk tag, near the ladder to the 
spotlight. Backstage you can find the purse tag, and the suitcase (no tag 
yet) behind a cobweb. On the platform below Jasper is the purse. In the 
upper seats is another cobweb and an Ammo Up trophy.

When you've finished your collecting run, go backstage, up the ramp and 
remove the cobweb (#5) from the door. Activate Invisibility and run down 
the hall into Bonita's dressing room. Get the figments, then talk to 
Bonita. She'll agree to come out if you can light the spotlight, which 
requires a candle.

Go down the hall to the storeroom, and get the vault from the back, left 
corner. Climb the ladder and get the cobweb, then jump up to get the 
steamer trunk. Swing across to a platform, then jump to a higher platform 
and rope-walk across to the candle. Ride the banister down, then jump up to 
the bell-pull and climb to the suitcase tag and the last cobweb.
Get the suitcase from the backstage area, then climb up to the spotlight 
and USE the candle on it. Then light the candle with Pyrokinesis. Sit 
through the cutscene.

OK, time to play director. Go talk to Becky, then climb up to Jasper and 
talk to him. He'll give you a play called "Knight of Joy". Take the script 
to Becky.

There are three sets in this segment of the world: a main set with water 
(water set), a water set used during the mail boat play (mail set) and a 
set without water (land set). Each set has two moods: happy and sad. This 
gives you a total of six scenes: water/happy, water/sad, land/happy, 
land/sad, mail/happy and mail/sad.

To change between the water set and the land set, walk through the 
sparkling portal on each set. (The water set has two portals, using either 
portal will change to the land set). You only get the mail set when you run 
a specific play.

The mood of the scene remains when you change the set. To change the mood, 
punch the spotlight. Note that, in the sad mood, the little actors turn 
into enemies and will attack you; you can fight back, which causes laughter 
in the audience as you destroy the actors.

Tough crowd.

You begin on the land/happy scene, without figments. Each of the six scenes 
has its own set of figments. You'll get the figments from the land/happy 
scene later. For now, explore land/sad, water/happy and water/sad.

With the scene set to water/sad, use the megaphone Becky gave you to run 
Knight of Joy. The Knight comes out and kills the dragon, allowing you to 
get to the higher level of the set and pick up another script: "The Day the 
Mail Boat Finally Came".

Give the new script to Becky and run it. Jump on the mail boat to be taken 
to the mail/sad scene. Collect the figments and the script, "Goodbye 
Hagatha Home". Change the mood to happy and collect the figments from the 
mail/happy scene, then use the sparkling portal to change the set. This 
switches to the water/happy scene and you can get the figment from the 
upper level.

Use either portal in the water/happy scene to change to land/happy and 
collect your figments. Then change the mood to sad and run the "Goodbye 
Hagatha Home" script. The balloon will come down. Use the poles on Hagatha 
Home to swing up to the balloon and be carried up to the catwalks.


Figments:  46
Cobwebs:    0
Vaults:     1

Basically, a lot of "platforming". Jump, swing, bounce or slide as needed. 
Keep an eye out for figments floating through the air and time your jumps 
to catch them. Every so often, the Phantom will drop sandbags on you. You 
can tell when the sandbags are coming by a bright green spotlight that 
locks on to you. Go Invisible when you see the spotlight coming to prevent 
an attack.

Eventually you will reach a fight with a censor. Just past this is the 
dufflebag tag. Beyond a set of trampolines, you will swing across a long 
set of light poles ending in a sandbag rope. Jump from the rope to the 
catwalk and head downward to get the hatbox tag, the hatbox and the vault. 
Then turn back and take the upward sloping path. You'll have to fight 
censors in both directions.

Past a set of "chompers" you'll find the dufflebag on a large circular 
platform, and a teleport worm if you want to go back and search for missing 
figments. At this point, you should have 43 of the 46 figments in the stage 
if you are shooting for a complete game.

Continue down to a small elevator, fight the censor, talk smack with the 
Phantom and pick up the candle. Run around the catwalk to the large 
spotlight, insert the candle and light it with PK. Use Levitation to follow 
the Phantom through the door. Now it's time to battle the Phantom! 
Otherwise known as Jasper, the critic.

What? You hadn't figured that out by now?

Start by running to the back of the stage and picking up three candles. Now 
jump into the music notes coming from the orchestra pit and use your 
Levitation Balloon to float up to the catwalk. You'll need to sway back and 
forth in the music stream to avoid Jasper's barbed pen.

On the catwalk, go ahead and place a candle in each spotlight, then light 
one with PK. Jasper will fall and call out some cronies. Jump down to the 
stage and LOCK ON to Jasper and start blasting. Your Chain Blast (or Super 
Chain Blast if you've been good about ranking up) will take care of the 
little guys.

You'll have to repeat this sequence at least three times--more if you fail 
to do much damage to him when he's down. At one-third damage, he'll destroy 
one of your spotlights. At two-thirds, he'll destroy another. Keep at him 
until he goes down for good.

Watch all the nice cutscenes, which end with Gloria going home and you 
gaining her trophy. One "disturbed" person down, two more to go. Head 
through the tunnel to get into the Asylum.

                        [4.10] WATERLOO WORLD


Psi Cards:          4
Challenge Markers:  1
Brains:             4

As you enter the Asylum, head to your right and look up to see a brain on a 
platform above the broken wheelchair. Bounce up to free Chloe's brain. 
Swing across the bars sticking out of the wall to get Maloof's brain.

Looking back toward the front of the Asylum, you'll see two Psi Cards. 
Bounce/float to them. From the second Card, you can swing across to a 
small, broken ledge with a Psi Card and Chops' brain. Standing where you 
freed Chops' brain, wait for some crows to fly down with a basket. Go 
Invisible, drop down and punch the basket to free Milka's brain.

Bounce back up to the large ledge above you and tightrope walk across to 
Edgar's art room. After your conversation with Ed, get the Psi Card 
floating nearby and bounce up to the rafters to get the Challenge Marker.

Drop back down to ground level and talk to Fred and USE the Psycho-Portal 
on him.


Figments: 243
Cobwebs:    7
Vaults:     2

You're in a small room where Fred and his diminutive genetic memory are 
engaged in a game that looks sort of like Risk. Your mission, should you 
choose to accept it, is to help Fred win the game by moving a knight into 
Napoleon's castle.

First, talk to either Fred or Napoleon to get the Hatbox tag. Collect 
figments from around the room, then jump into the game board.

How to Use the Game Board
You have two sizes while on the game board: large and small. When large, 
you'll be like Goggalor in Lungfishopolis, except you can't crush anything. 
You can walk all around the board, including in the water tiles. It's in 
large mode that you use TK to move your pieces. When small, you're down in 
the game, interacting with it and it will seem like you're in a medieval 
town. Down here, you can't go in the water and the world is full of censors 
and cannon.

To go from large to small, focus on any building and press USE. To go from 
small to large, pop a champagne cork (punch it) and float up in the gasses. 
To exit the game board while large, find the hanging tapestry near one end 
of the river and climb it.

Ready? Alright, after jumping into the game and watching the cutscenes, 
explore the board for figments and the suitcase tag. Talk to Napoleon and 
ask how to play the game.

Note the position of the first peasant's hut: it has dancing exclamation 
points over it and a revolving sign on the roof depicting a peasant. Nearby 
is the carpenter's house: same dancing exclamation points and a revolving 
sign with tools on it. Focus on the carpenter's house and press USE to go 

Down here, in addition to censors, you have to deal with cannon. Cannon 
walk around on two legs, and have a metal shell that protects them from Psi 
Blasts. They will lock on to you and hit you with very painful explosives. 
There are two ways to deal with them:

1) The easiest way is to get close enough to grab them with TK and fling 
them away. If you drop them in the river, they will sink and be destroyed.

2) You can also sneak up on a cannon by using Invisibility. When its legs 
are retracted, use PK to light its fuse and blow it up.

OK, go to the carpenter's door and talk to him to find out about the 
thieves on his roof. You have to get up there and take them out in order to 
get the carpenter to come out. Pick up a cobweb from just outside the 
carpenter's work area, then head for the peasant's hut.

On the way, stop by the large guillotine platform, remove the cobweb from 
the entrance to the lower part of the platform and pick up the suitcase. 
Knock on the peasant's door to find out his problem: he doesn't think Fred 
cares any more.

Now, climb the ladder to the peasant's roof and float up his chimney smoke 
to the guillotine platform nearby. Turn Invisible to evade the guillotine 
blade and quickly run across the tightrope and take out the censor. Bash 
through the wood planks of the attic doorway and defeat the censors inside. 
The dufflebag is here, but you don't have the tag yet.

Go through the attic, activate Invisibility, then tightrope walk across to 
the carpenter's house and defeat the censor. Jump up to the roof and defeat 
the large censor and collect the first vault. Once that's done, drop back 
down and talk to the carpenter to get him to come out.

Pop a cork to go large and use TK to move the carpenter piece over to the 
broken bridge. He'll repair it. Then climb out of the game board and talk 
to Fred to get a letter to give the hopeless peasant. While you're up here, 
look in the fire and notice a coin floating near the back. Use TK to pull 
it to you. Drop back down into the game and go small at the peasant's hut.

Give the letter to the peasant. Go large and move the peasant over to a 
space next to Napoleon's soldier. They will destroy each other. Now another 
soldier comes out and destroys another bridge. For some reason, a large 
salt shaker is blocking the bridge. Use TK to hurl it out of the way.

Move your carpenter over to the other broken bridge and he'll repair it. 
Now focus on the second peasant's hut and go small to talk to him. He'll 
only come out if you pay him, so equip your gold coin and he'll come out. 
Before leaving, search the hills behind his house for a figment that's 
fairly well hidden beneath a tree.

Go large again. Repeat mutually assured destruction between the peasant and 
Napoleon's soldier.

Another soldier now appears to guard the castle. Go small and talk to the 
third peasant, This one wants a weapon. The weapon is located in the 
castle. This would be a good time to thoroughly explore the "small" world 
of Waterloo, picking up the musket in the process.

There are figments everywhere (243 in all in this world), so spend some 
time tracking them down. Quite a few require you to get up in the air 
(float from chimney smoke or bounce off a roof) and float to get them. 
There's one set that is only reachable from the first peasant's house if 
you climb the revolving sign pole and double-jump off it. This is a very 
tricky maneuver, so don't waste time on it unless you insist on a perfect 

On the roof of peasant #2's house is the dufflebag tag. You can then go 
back to the attic where the dufflebag is located. Next to this building is 
a large, grey palace with a blue roof. Drop down and walk around the palace 
looking for a ladder. Climb the ladder to get a figment and a cool view.

Drop down off the ledge and look for stairs going down. At the bottom of 
the stairs is a cobweb and the hatbox. Head for the restaurant next (it has 
a revolving sign of a spoon and fork). Bounce up to the roof and use the 
chimney smoke to collect figments and get across the river.

You'll be at an arched structure over a small pond. Get the purse tag and a 
cobweb underneath the arch and a max projection level increase from the top 
of the arch. Next to peasant #3's house is a waterwheel. Ride the 
waterwheel up and swing across some poles to fling yourself into the 
chimney smoke. Float up to the flagpole and grab an Ammo Up.

Now head for the castle, specifically to the left guardhouse, which has a 
cobweb blocking the entrance. Defeat the censors and collect figments. Use 
the poles on the left side of the room to swing up to a tightrope. Walk 
across to the beam, then jump to the platform with the purse.

Carefully drop off the platform so you grab the edge with your hands and 
shimmy across to another platform. Walk across the tightrope to a flagpole, 
climb up and jump to the roof of the guardhouse. Defeat the censors, then 
get a good, fast roll going on your Levitation Ball and jump to the gate 
pole. Swing across to the opposite tower, which is covered with netting. 
Climb around and drop down on the roof of the other guardhouse.

Get rid of the censors, then remove the cobweb from the door. Inside, drop 
down one level to get the steamer trunk tag. The large haystack here hides 
a figment. Drop down to ground level and PK the haystack to get the musket. 
Use PK on the door for an easy exit.

To make things easier for yourself, advance into the castle now while the 
drawbridge is down. Get the final cobweb from the side of the right-hand 
guardhouse--just climb the ladder. Use Invisibility to sneak down the 
drawbridge and into the center area of the castle. Blast the censors and 
then TK the cannon into the river. Collect the second vault while you're up 

Now return to peasant #3 and give him the musket. Use him to get rid of the 
guard and the castle is open!

Not so fast. Napoleon raises the drawbridge and throws something in the 
gears to jam it. Now you have to get into the castle and remove the jamming 
piece. Getting in is much easier now that you have removed the two cannon. 
Use the tightrope on the right side, then float down to the left side rope 
to get to the main castle. Go around the left side and grab the steamer 
trunk from the low platform.

Just beyond the trunk is a ladder; bounce up to it and proceed through a 
rather tricky bit of platforming. From the first platform, the next is a 
double-jump away. Then there's some tightrope walking between the next two 
platforms. Finally, you have to make a very precise bounce/float: bounce 
out toward the tower that protrudes from the wall, when you reach it, begin 
floating to slide under the tower support and reach a sword blade.

Tightrope walk to the spear and jump over it to the next rope, which takes 
you to another sword blade, this one turned on edge. Jump up over the 
blade, then perform a double-jump as you pass over the blade and float down 
to the cannon tower. Bounce/float to the other cannon tower and remove the 
jammed piece with TK.

Time to get your knight into the castle. If you wish to go talk to the 
knight first, he's located in the restaurant across the river. He's hungry 
and likes to eat escargot. There's a snail farm behind and a bit to the 
right of the castle, so go there and collect at least ten snails by using 
TK to draw them to you.

Once you have the snail piece, start punching trees in the snail farm and 
orchard. They are full of figments, and punching trees will knock them to 
the ground. Once you are satisfied you have everything you can get from the 
small game world, punch a cork and go large. Move the snail piece to the 
tavern, the knight comes out and you can revert to large size and fling him 
into the castle to win the game and end this world.

                       [4.11] BLACK VELVETOPIA

Back in the Asylum, receive Fred's straightjacket as a reward for defeating 
Napoleon. Make sure you have some cash (arrowheads) in your pockets, then, 
head up to see Edgar again. Use the Psycho-Portal on him and enter the 
colorful world of an Alannah Myles song...


Figments: 142
Cobwebs:    7
Vaults:     2

After all the cutscenes are through, pick yourself up, dust yourself off 
and go shopping. You need to buy the rose painting (5 arrowheads) and the 
archway painting (no cost) being sold by the dog nearby. Find the nail hook 
on the wall you fell through on your way in and hang the rose painting to 
receive a rose. Then hang the archway painting to open an archway to the 
main street.

The main gameplay in this world is to work your way up the street, avoiding 
the bull, El Odio, who comes steaming along about once every five seconds 
or so. There are alleys, like the one you are in, scattered about. Some you 
can reach with a quick run-and-jump, others require a bit more work. If you 
get hit by the bull, you don't get hurt, but you do get thrown back to a 
previous alley.

NOTE ON ROSES: You can use roses to gain entrance to windows along the 
street. You'll see shutters thrown open and feminine hands waving fans. Run 
up to a window with a rose in your hand and you'll be welcomed inside with 
hugs and kisses while the bull runs past. You can then return to that same 
window any time--with or without a rose. The main use is to skip some of 
the longer acrobatic sequences; it's quite possible to fully complete this 
world without ever using a rose.

Along the way, you will pick up four Queen cards--each one requiring a 
mini-boss fight. Once you have all the cards, you will face down El Odio 
himself. Finally, figments in this world not only blend in very well (due 
to the bright, fluorescent colors of the whole world), but they are 
frequently hanging on walls where they look like paintings. Keep a sharp 
eye out if you're gunning for 100%.

Once you have opened the alley, step into the entrance and note the 
frequency with which El Odio runs his route. Wait for him to pass and then 
grab the two figments in the street (one stationary, one moving) and duck 
back into the alley. Your goal is another alley across and just up (towards 
El Odio) the street. Wait for the bull to pass, and run over there.

The steamer trunk is on the ground, but you don't have the tag yet. Jump up 
on the awnings and use them as trampolines to get to the high ledge. Jump 
to another high ledge across the street, jump back across to a balcony, 
then jump/float down into the next alley up the street. Collect some 
figments, then jump over the small fence and wait right next to it for the 
bull to pass.

Run up and across the street to a gated alley. You can stand just outside 
the gates and avoid El Odio. On the other side of the gates is a yellow 
button. Use TK on the trashcan to hit the button and open the gates. 
Collect the steamer trunk tag, then hoof it back down the street to sort 
the trunk. Make your way back to the gated alley.

Next is another alley with a small fence that is almost directly across the 
street. This time, there is not enough room to stand outside the fence, so, 
as soon as the bull is past, run across and jump the fence. Fight off the 
censors, then go down the alley to a gate. Again, TK the trashcan against 
the yellow button to open the gate.

This alley turns and goes back to the street, directly opposite your first 
card: the Queen of Clubs (Tiger). Before jumping across to the card, jump 
on top of the fence and then bounce up to a balcony across and just down 
the street. Pick up the dufflebag tag, and then float down to the card. 
After the tiger grabs it, jump into the picture for the mini-boss fight.

Queen of Clubs
The first three mini-boss fights all follow the same pattern: bad dude has 
a special attack that can be avoided either with Levitation or Shield (or 
both). All are susceptible to Palm Megabombs. Tiger has a fast rushing 
melee attack that is quite vulnerable to your Offensive or Ferocious Aura 
Shield and a Tiger Pounce that rolls you quite a distance.

Best strategy is to stay on your Levitation Ball to avoid his quick rush 
and pounce and Palm Megabomb him when he pauses. Afterwards, give your card 
to Edgar so he can build his tower. Then jump back into the Queen of Clubs 
painting to return to the alley.

Climb the ladder next to the card and jump to the bar and shimmy about 
halfway across the street. Start swinging and time your jumps over the two 
poles to the next bar so you avoid El Odio. Shimmy across the second bar 
and again time your swing across a pole to another bar. Swing to the next 
bar and then into an alley to your left. The Queen of Hearts (Dragon) is 
right across from you, but don't pick it up yet.

Head up the alley to another artist dog. Buy a rose painting (20 arrow-
heads) and a guitar painting (40 arrowheads). Talk to the dog to learn 
about the famous matador, Dingo Inflagrante. You'll note a gate nearby, 
through which you can see the dufflebag. You can't get through this gate 
now, so don't worry about it.

Head back to the street and cross to the Queen of Hearts. Note the nail 
hook on the wall beside the card. First hang your rose painting to receive 
a rose, then the guitar painting to form a ladder. Enter the card painting 
to begin the next mini-boss match.

Queen of Hearts
The Dragon is even easier than the Tiger. The main special attack is the 
Dragon Roar. Bounce around raining Palm Megabombs on the Dragon's head 
until he gets ready to Roar. Then Shield yourself until the attack is over, 
then Megabomb him some more. He should go down quickly. Give the card to 
Edgar and jump back into the Queen of Hearts painting.

Climb the guitar ladder and get your first cobweb. You'll pass through a 
small room to a balcony overlooking the street. Ignore the One Way sign and 
head left, over some ledges and a tightrope until you reach a fire escape. 
Climb the ladder and then lower it to the street by USING the crank. You 
can now use this method of advancing past this portion of the street rather 
than the guitar ladder.

Before going back up the street, look down the street to see a high ledge 
with an Ammo Up trophy on it. From this high fire escape, a fast roll-
bounce-and-float can get you there. Pick up the trophy and a figment.

Head back up the street until you reach a low ledge on the right side with 
some bars beyond it. The first, lower bar here is too low so you must jump 
to it and then to the next bar between passages of the bull. (Alternately, 
you can bounce/float directly to the second bar.) At the second, higher 
bar, wait for El Odio to pass, then drop and run to the manhole and drop 
down into the sewers.

Explore this first tunnel thoroughly for figments (one is inside a 
basketball goal). Remove the cobweb from the side tunnel and head through. 
Climb this second ladder to come out near another dog artist. Buy his vine 
painting (75 arrowheads) and window painting (55 arrowheads).

Go back down into the sewers and explore this second main tunnel. You'll 
find a vault and a cobweb. At one end is a gate with the familiar yellow 
button and trashcan. Open it and climb the ladder to another alley.

If you follow the upward slope of the alley, you'll be blocked by some 
vines. Pyro them out of the way to reach the dufflebag. The gate to dog 
artist #2 will open. Go through and head back to the Queen of Hearts card. 
Remove the guitar painting and hang the window painting on the hook. A 
window with a hidden figment will open. Get the figment, take down the 
window and go back the way you just came, passing by the sewer entrance.

At the other end of the alley is a hook. Hang the window for another hidden 
figment, then hang the vine painting and climb it. Jump to a ledge, then 
swing and jump across to a roof garden. Collect the second vault and a lot 
of figments, then drop down the other side to return to dog artist #2.

Go back down the alley where you found the dufflebag and drop into the 
sewers. Head back through the tunnel and climb the ladder to find dog 
artist #3 (where you purchased the vine and window paintings). Climb the 
pole, and jump to the ledge. When you reach the corner, bounce/float across 
to the opposite ledge and continue until you see a ladder.

Drop to the balcony below and USE the crank to lower the ladder to the 
street. Drop down and enter the Queen of Diamonds (Eagle) painting for your 
third mini-boss fight.

Queen of Diamonds
Eagle has a dive-bombing attack that is easy to avoid using your Levitation 
Ball. Palm Megabomb him when he's on the ground and he'll go down quickly 
enough. Give the card to Edgar and re-enter the street through the Queen of 
Diamonds painting.

Climb the ladder you lowered before the fight and bounce up to the ledge. 
Bounce across the main street to a ledge with a cat figment. Then 
bounce/float to another ledge further up the street with several figments. 
Now return to the ledge above the Queen of Diamonds, and this time walk 
around the corner and jump/swing your way to the end of the alley. You'll 
find the hatbox tag and a picture hook. Hang the window painting here to 
open a passage to the next portion of the street.

When you come out of the window, pick up a cobweb and a max projection 
layer increase. Float down from this ledge to an alley across the street 
where dog artist #4 and the fourth card await. The dog will tell you a tale 
of woe, how he is supposed to be painting an ad for the great Dingo, but 
the bull keeps interrupting.

Climb the ladder to reach the matador's apartment (you must do this before 
the final mini-boss fight). Remove the cobweb from the door and collect 
figments and the suitcase tag from Dingo's bedroom. Go down the stairs and 
talk to Dingo to get the Confusion power.

Go back up to the bedroom and take the cobweb out of the fireplace and step 
through to a secret passage. Follow it to the end, where you get your last 
cobweb. Ride the rail across to the suitcase. On the way back, jump off the 
rail to the right and find a balcony with a Confusion Ammo Up trophy. (This 
trophy will only be here if you have the Confusion power.) Bounce back up 
to the rail and return to the apartment. Search the apartment for the 

Go back to the street where the Queen of Spades (Cobra) is waiting. For a 
max projection layer increase, help the bulldog paint the ad. Wait for El 
Odio to pass, then throw a Confusion grenade up the street. As soon as the 
bull is stunned by the fumes, press USE to tell the bulldog "Go boy!" He 
will paint the ad and you will get your reward from Dingo.

Now enter the ring against Cobra.

Queen of Spades
Cobra is impossible to touch unless you hit him with a Confusion grenade 
first. Wait until he's moving slowly, then LOCK ON and use your Confusion 
power. As soon as he's stunned, move in and pummel him. Then Shield 
yourself against his attacks. Rinse and repeat until Cobra goes down and 
you return to Edgar with the fourth card.


Figments:  18
Cobwebs:    0
Vaults:     0

The tower has been built, so it is time to bounce around collecting 
figments. You can also get the purse tag from one of the balconies and the 
purse from ground level. When your collecting is finished, climb the tower 
to begin the final battle against Edgar the bull.

First, it's you against Edgar. Throw a confusion grenade in front of you 
and wait for the bull to charge into the fumes. Then grab a nearby 
banderilla (barbed spear used in bullfighting) and throw it at the bull. 
Once you've driven four spears into Edgar's hide, Dingo/El Odio comes down 
to join the fight.

Your mission now is to destroy Dingo while keeping Edgar alive. Pull the 
banderillas out of Edgar using TK and throw them on the ground. Dingo will 
teleport around the area, trying to attack you. Stand next to one of the 
spears and wait for him to teleport in, then dodge his attack.

While he's posing for the crowd, hit him with a Confusion grenade and then 
use TK to stick him with a spear. If, during the fight, you run out of 
Confusion grenades, break open the roses being thrown into the arena. While 
you're attacking Dingo, Dingo might stick Edgar with a spear; pull it out 
before you go back to fighting the matador. Stick Dingo with four spears 
and Edgar's mind is cleansed.

Back in the real world, Edgar gives you his painting of Dr. Loboto. Your 
disguise is complete and it's time to put an end to all this.

                      [4.12] ASYLUM UPPER FLOORS


Psi Cards:         16
Challenge Markers:  1
Brains:             9

Talk to Crispin, the orderly in front of the elevator, to find out how to 
disguise yourself as Dr. Loboto. You already have the items, so equip the 
straightjacket, the painting and Gloria's trophy and Crispin will let you 
ride the elevator to the upper floors. Thus begins a long platforming 
sequence through another twisted reality, where you will be dancing on the 

The main enemies here, besides falling, are kamikaze psi-rats that run up 
to you and explode, doing not only serious damage but confusing you as 
well. If you can't see them fast enough to Blast them from a distance, 
Shield yourself from their explosions--you'll still be confused, but at 
least you won't be hurt. If you do Blast them at a distance, make sure you 
avoid the fumes or you'll still end up confused.

Go to then end of the hall, over the pile of mattresses, for your first Psi 
Card. Up the stairs, go right, over the hole in the floor to find Benny's 
brain in the bathroom and your second Psi Card in the bedroom.

Go back over the hole in the floor and continue down the hall until you can 
turn left. Swing over the gap in the floor and then drop down the elevator 
shaft to your left; there's a Psi Card at the bottom.

Climb the fallen piece of floor nearby and start grinding the pipe over the 
gap. Halfway across, jump to the room on the left and free Bobby's brain. 
Then finish riding the pipe to the other side of the gap. Climb the pile of 
rubble to get up one floor, collecting two Psi Cards in the process.

Jump back over the hole and climb the stairs. The building now begins to 
get literally twisted. Exit to the open-air rooms, turn left and jump 
through the gap in the wall to collect a Psi Card. Return and jump up on 
the outside wall. Look up for the nearby Psi Card and bounce up to it. Then 
jump over to the jar to free Elka's brain. Jump back and swing across to 
another piece of wall.

Bounce up to the overhanging piece of floor to get another Psi Card and 
then jump over to the floor against the inside wall. Jump/float around the 
piece of wall and go through the door. Going up the stairs, about halfway 
up, you'll have to jump over onto the edge of the stairway as it twists. At 
the top, go left into the bedroom to get a Psi Card, then jump up through 
the hole in the ceiling that is just outside the bedroom.

You are now, technically speaking, standing on the wall with the floor to 
your right and the ceiling to your left. Continue until you reach a large 
room with green sludge sloshing around on the floor. Needless to say, you 
don't want to fall into the sludge.

Bounce/float across the sludge and collect a Psi Card from the floor. Climb 
the rebar sticking out of the wall and get another Psi Card. Walk out on 
the checked bridge and bounce/float over to the high checked ledge. Head 
left and look down to see a brain jar in a window. Float down to it and 
free Quentin's brain.

Get back up to the checked ledge and walk left along the top of the outside 
wall, then climb the pole to the wooden platforms. Run around the 
platforms, picking up a Psi Card, and swing across the rebar to a small 
ledge. Climb the rebar ladder to a higher wood platform.

Run across the platform and tightrope walk across to the roof. Look back at 
the platform you came from and look at the outside wall. Float down to the 
lower ledge you see here and free Dogen's brain. Step through a window and 
jump down to a ledge with a pole. Pick up the Psi Card, then climb the pole 
to the small platform you were on earlier.

Repeat climbing the ladder and using the tightrope to get to the roof. This 
time, jump and float to the higher outside ledge. Free Phoebe's brain, then 
begin climbing the rebar in the wall. You'll pick up a Psi Card on the way. 
When you reach the top of the rebar, go right and bounce up to the wood 
platform. Pick up a Psi Card and Crystal's brain.

Go back the other way and follow the curving hallway up. When you reach the 
top, stand on the little bit of broken wall next to the bed and double-
jump/float to get the Challenge Marker. You'll float back down into the 
hall, so climb back up and bounce up to the next level.

Peer into the room on your right to see the chair blocking the door. Grab 
it with TK and fling it away. Bounce up through the hole into the ceiling 
into a room full of wheelchairs. Look for the other hole and drop down into 
the room to find Clem's brain. Bounce back up again and climb the pole.

Walk the tightrope and then grind the rail to pick up your last Psi Card. 
Climb the rebar and get Nils' brain from the beam. Walk along the beam to 
reach the staircase that takes you to the elevator to Dr. Loboto's Lab.


Psi Cards:          4
Challenge Markers:  0
Brains:             3

As you reach the top of the stairs, you will see a crow in a cage next to a 
red button. If you walk onto the platform, the crow pushes the button and 
you take a slide. Either TK the crow away from the button or use 
Invisibility to sneak past it.

Pick up the Psi Card and Vernon's brain, then climb the ladder. After the 
cutscenes, exit the lab and walk around the circular balcony. You'll pick 
up the last two Psi Cards and last two brains: Mikhail and Elton. Around 
the opposite side from Dr. Loboto's lab is the room where Lili is held 
prisoner. Enter and speak to Lili and Sheegor and pick up the birthday 

Go back to the lab and hold out the birthday cake to tempt Mr. Pokeylope to 
walk to the other end of his cage. Then TK him out and return with him to 


You are about to pass the Point of No Return. Once you help Mr. Pokelope 
kill Dr. Loboto, you start a series of cutscenes that end with you facing a 
Psychoblaster Death Tank. After that battle, you are directly sent to the 
Meat Circus level and you can no longer return to the real world.


If you have any items left to collect in the real world, do it now. Once 
you reach the Meat Circus, you will still be able to turn in Psi Cards and 
cobwebs for ranks (no Psi Cores needed) and brains for mental health 
increases. You will also still be able to access the Collective Unconscious 
through a teleport worm, so you can still finish up other dream worlds.

The only thing you must do now is finish up all real world items. One thing 
you should definitely do is return to the camp store and stock up on Dream 


Enter Dr. Loboto's lab and TK Mr. Pokelope's brain into the tank. Then 
you'll need to free Lili by Psi Blasting her bonds. After all the shouting 
is done, you have to square off against the Psychoblaster Death Tank of 

                          [4.13] MEAT CIRCUS


Prepare the following Psi Powers: Telekinesis, Pyrokinesis and Shield. 
Damaging the tank is a three step process:

1) Use TK to grab one of the small blocks on the outer ring and fling it at 
one of the large blocks to break it.

2) Step into the gap and use PK on the wooden fence.

3) Fling one of the small blocks, using TK, at the "cockpit" of the tank.

While you're performing the three steps, you'll need to Shield yourself 
against the large blocks being thrown at you. You have to open large gaps 
by repeating steps one and two several times before you can perform step 
three. Once you've hit the tank three times, it is broken.

Walk toward the tank to start the next cutscene. Now grab your bodiless 
brain with TK and fling yourself into the brine with Oleander. After the 
cutscene with the bunnies and little Oly, jump into the caravan.


Figments:  94
Cobwebs:    3
Vaults:     1

Advance down the hall, removing two cobwebs as you go. You exit into a 
circus set--a circus made of meat. Fascinating. The bunny and Oly run into 
a large tent. Before you follow, clear the area of figments. To the right 
of the tent entrance is a mechanical fortune teller. You can redeem brains 
(for max mental health increases) and cobwebs and Psi Cards for ranks (no 
Psi Cores needed) by talking to the fortune teller.

To one side of this main platform is the steamer trunk--get the tag from 
the top of the awning over the tent entrance. Look beyond and down to see a 
Confusion Ammo Up trophy and the hatbox tag. Float down to get them, then 
bounce back up. Head inside the tent.

Your goal in this area is to prevent Oly from dying while getting him to 
move upward.

1) Don't try to collect figments now. You can come back later, using a 
teleport worm, and clear this area without having to worry about keeping 
Oly alive.

2) Don't rush yourself. While you shouldn't dawdle or spend time collecting 
things, don't rush your jumps or swings. Oly regenerates full health each 
time he flies up, so you have plenty of time.

3) If Oly does die, you have to start all over from the beginning; however, 
you don't lose a life; so, if it comes to a choice between saving Oly or 
saving yourself, save yourself.

Protect Oly from the meat bunnies. Pryo works especially well on them; you 
can also punch or Blast them. Use TK to grab Oly's bunny and hold it until 
Oly can grab him. That will trigger Oly to move up. If a meat bunny gets 
too close, release the real bunny and deal with the creature, then grab the 
real bunny again.

Alternately, you can use a Confusion grenade to stun the bunny and run over 
and pick it up yourself; but that isn't any quicker than just using TK on 

At ground level, do a quick search for the suitcase tag, which is floating 
around in the open. Grab the bunny to force Oly up. Follow him by climbing 
one of the ladders in the center of the tent. Jump from the ladder platform 
to the round floating platform nearby. Jump to a slab of meat, then jump on 
the fat woman to be propelled up to Oly. Repeat saving Oly and the rabbit.

Now, to follow Oly, jump to the trapeze near one end of the platform (near 
the hatbox, which you should pick up). Swing to the ribcage and swing your 
way to the top. Swing to the nearest slab of meat, and find the rails. 
Grind your way across to another slab of meat with a large, rotating 
target. There's an armless knife-thrower nearby.

Stand in front of the target and wait for the knife-thrower to cock his 
foot, then jump up. The knife will stick in the target and you can use it 
for a swing. Ride the target up and swing across to the platform where Oly 
waits. Save him and his bunny again.

Now jump across the small, round pieces of meat to another knife-thrower 
and target. Repeat the swinging process to get to a large meat platform. 
Run to the other end and find the rope. Jump up on top of it and walk out 
to where another rope crosses. Jump on the other rope and walk over to 
where Oly is under attack. Save him and his bunny and he will fly to the 
exit. He is not in danger here, so you can easily follow him with a 
Levitation jump and float.

Pick up the purse tag and vault from this platform before leaving.


Grab the third, and last, cobweb from beside the exit from the tent. Before 
entering the Tunnel of Love, pick up both the purse and suitcase from this 
platform. Then prepare for a grinding exercise. Jump on the rail and start 
sliding. This is pretty basic, but can be tricky, so you might want to save 
your game first. There are gaps in the rail you will have to jump.

Here, near the beginning of the course, you need to have a decent amount of 
speed to make the jumps. After you pick up the dufflebag tag, start slowing 
down as you have some very short segments ahead of you. It is easy to jump 
a gap and overshoot the next piece of rail and fall through the second gap, 
so take it easy. When you land, pick up the dufflebag.

There's a teleport worm on this platform, the last one available in the 
game. If you haven't cleaned up all the other dream worlds, now is the time 
to enter the Collective Unconscious and track down all remaining figments, 
cobwebs and baggage. This is also the time you need to return to the 
beginning of the Meat Circus so you can clean out the first tent and turn 
in your cobwebs and Psi Cards for your remaining rank(s).

When you're ready, enter the tent for the first boss battle...


Oly's dad, the butcher, comes at you with a couple of very big cleavers. 
Prepare Shield and Levitation. Keep ahead of the butcher on your Levitation 
Ball. When he gets close, Shield yourself. When his cleaver sticks in the 
ground, Levitate jump up toward his shoulder, floating in to get near his 
head (this is faster than trying to run up the arm). Punch him in the head, 
jump down and continue running.

Hit him three times to defeat him. He throws you and a small package out 
the side of the tent...


This stage is a true test of the skills you have learned playing this game. 
You will need every bit of control you can muster to perform all the 
acrobatics and keep ahead of the rising water. There are no items to 
collect. One thing to remember: if you fall in the water, you start back at 
the last major skill you were attempting and you don't lose any lives. So 
falling is not that big a deal.

Start simply enough by climbing the ladder. Swing across to the trampoline 
and bounce up to the knife target (knives already in place). Grab a knife 
and swing to the closest platform, then walk across the tightrope.

You'll be introduced to your father's flaming, spiked bowling pins of 
death. Except, they're really not all that dangerous. They do a small bit 
of damage, but can't knock you down, so just ignore them (and hope you have 
either plenty of Dream Fluffs or have reached rank 90 and have 

Bounce on the trampoline until you are able to reach the trapeze. Swing 
across to a platform with two poles and three ropes strung between the 
poles. Go Invisible to avoid your father's clubs while you climb up the 
ropes and then tightrope walk across one platform to another platform next 
to some floating fences--with fire shooting out of them.

This is, perhaps, the most difficult section of the entire Meat Circus. To 
make things easier on yourself, once you are on the first fence, try to 
jump to the inside of the second fence and then stay on the inside of the 
fences. You'll need to use double-jumps and a bit of floating to get 
between each fence. Be sure to constantly rotate your camera to allow 
yourself the most direct view of each jump.

After the final fence, jump to the slab of meat, then Levitate jump through 
the ring of fire and float up in the bubble stream. Float from stream to 
stream, trying to avoid your father's missiles. This is the one place where 
they are truly annoying, since being hit cancels your Balloon and forces 
you to start this segment over.

Once you reach the meat platform, swing across through the swinging 
cleavers to a tightrope. Walk across to a platform with a very curvy ladder 
coming out of it. Before getting on the ladder, check the water levels. The 
ladder initially goes down, and part of it may already be underwater. If 
so, Levitate jump over to the higher part and start climbing.

If the water is still low, you can get on the "top" of the ladder and slide 
all the way along it by simply holding the down MOVE key. This is the 
easiest way to end this stage, so try to get to the ladder before the 


It's the butcher again, but this time he's wreathed in flame, so you aren't 
going to be running up his arms. Instead, use TK to fling your father's 
spiked, flaming clubs at him. Hit a knee and he'll collapse from the pain. 
Run in and punch him in the face. Hit him three times to defeat him.

After the reunion between Raz and his real dad, you have to face the 
butcher/fake-father conglomeration. Raz's real dad will give you a special 
power that turns you into a giant, flaming Raz. This power only lasts a 
short while and then has to recharge. Watch the icon in the upper right of 
your screen to see when it's about to run down and when it's about to turn 

Strategy here is pretty simple: when powered up, pummel the monster. While 
waiting for a recharge, run and Shield yourself from the monster's attacks. 
Three sessions of pummeling should finally end this once and for all.

Really. That's the end of the game. Enjoy all the final cutscenes that wrap 
everything up, and be sure to watch the credits for cast photos.

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               |      [5]     |-/   -|    HISTORY   |
               |              |       |   & CREDITS  |
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v1.10 2005-06-16
      - Black Velvetopia: added locations of some figments and two
        Ammo Up trophies
      - Sasha's Shooting Gallery: added locations of last three cobwebs
      - Meat Circus: added location of third cobweb
      - Added notes on hard-to-find figments in Milla's Dance Party
        and Waterloo World
      - Lots of clarification and added hints throughout
      - This is likely the final version of this guide unless blatant
        mistakes are found

v1.00 2005-06-07
      - Finished walkthrough and item lists

v0.70 2005-06-06
      - Added Waterloo World and Black Velvetopia to the Walkthrough

v0.60 2005-06-05
      - Added Lungfishopolis, Milkman Conspiracy and Gloria's Theater
        to the Walkthrough
      - Finished the list of scavenger hunt items
      - Began the list of brains

v0.50 2005-06-02
      - Everything complete but Walkthrough


 * Wayne Bodie for pointing out the SLIDE move information (section 2.1)
   could use some advice on how to control speed when grinding

 * Sid for suggesting including the information about getting Confusion
   grenades by breaking the roses in the final bullfight of Black

Written and Copyright 2005 by Barry Scott Will

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