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LEGO Lord of the Rings minikit guide

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The Paths of the Dead [1-5]

Minikit #1: There are five graves at which you can leave flowers using Sam’s spade. The first is right near the start of the level.

The second grave is in the northeast corner of the first open room.

The third grave is on the right side of the second open room.

Grave number four can be found under a large ledge in the room where you eventually place the offering.

The final grave is near the gated exit near the end of the level. It’s the same room with the climbable wall.

Minikit #2: Just into the level, there will be two boards on either side of the tunnel. Smash both to reveal loose pieces which can be assembled into a minikit.

Minikit #3: Follow the high ledge north to reach a black cave. Use Frodo’s Glowing Phial to enter and grab a minikit.

Minikit #4: You’ll come across this urn during the level. Knock it from is base, and use Sam’s rope to yank its contents out. Pick up the vase, as you’ll need it for later.

You’ll find the second urn shortly thereafter. Repeat the steps to get flowers, which you can combine with the vase to make the offering.

In the northeast corner of where you found the second urn you can smash a cracked tile with Gimli’s axe. Build a ledge out of the parts its spills, and hop up to find a glowing handle. Yank it away with the Uruk-hai, and finally place the offering on the open grave. This nets you a minikit.

Minikit #5: Smash up the Morgul block in the southeast region of the same room to drop a netted minikit onto the ground.

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4 comments

  • nikeiden - June 18, 2013 8:40 p.m.

    The hardest minikit to get in any lego game is #10 in the black rider!
  • jerome-cruz - January 31, 2013 3:53 p.m.

    Dont know if its a glitch but I got 12/10 mini kits here.
  • sharonb33 - December 3, 2012 7:48 p.m.

    This is obviously a walkthrough in free play mode. Doesn't help those in story mode at all!
  • GamesRadarBrianKim - December 13, 2012 10:50 a.m.

    Sharon, you're right, but Tony found that free play is the best way to collect them all because it requires a wide array of abilities from various characters and allows you to play as any character you unlocked.

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