Just south of Hillwood's central road, you'll see this classy-looking two-story house surrounded by a hedgerow. Head around to the western side of its backyard.
The next poster is plastered on the back of the house, inside a little alcove:
A little west of poster 35's location, you'll see a construction site on the south side of the road. Jump the fence and head inside.
You'll find the next poster between a stack of boards and a dumpster, ready for the taking.
Right across the street from the construction site, you'll see this house, with a red awning and a spiral staircase out front. Head through the front gate and around to the back of the house.
This house's backyard is actually a huge, tiered hillside. You'll want to head down near the bottom.
Once you're down there, walk west a little and look up the hill. The next poster's on the side of a low wall.
To find this one, you'll need to head over to the south side of the observatory park and (technically) into Little Italy. From the sculpture pictured below, walk south:
Head around the left side of the railing to the south, and then hang a right. The next poster is in a corner made by the wall and a fence.
On the south side of Hillwood's main drag is a big loop of roadway that runs through an estate protected by a wall. Go ahead and let yourself in through the front gate.
Run south toward the low building in the background, and you'll find that it's actually a huge, Frank Lloyd Wright-style house built into a hill. Run around the house's eastern side and down to the bottom tier of its backyard.
Once you're down there, look right and you should see these steps leading up onto the porch. Run up them.
Look to your right, and you'll find the next poster across from another staircase.
Technically, this one's over the border in Highbrook, but you can only really reach it from Hillwood so we're putting it here. See that gray stretch of roadway to the right of the arrow above, the one that runs south from Hillwood's main street? That's part of a gated property. Let yourself in through the gate and head far to the right.
You'll find the next poster in a corner created by the house and an exterior wall.
Head up that loop of roadway that runs north of Hillwood's main road. At the northwestern corner, you'll see this house. Head past its outer wall and north into its backyard.
Once you're past the house, turn around. The next poster's on a north-facing wall.
While closed gates are there to be opened in most of Empire Bay, that's not tru in Highbrook, where the snooty rich denizens actually lock them. No matter. Find this White House-looking mansion and show the residents what you think of their elitist attitudes by smashing through the gate in your car. Then head around to the western side of the house.
You'll find the next poster on your left, stuck to the western wall of the mansion.
Just southwest of the bend in the freeway, you'll see this big, gothic-looking mansion. Smash through the front gates around head around to its south side.
At the southeast corner of the house, you'll find your next poster on the wall of the porch.
Another mansion, another gate you have to smash through. At least this poster's visible from the road, attached as it is to the west-facing wall of the mansion's garage.
No gates this time - the next poster is in the front yard of an upscale suburban house, on an inward-facing wall.
Right across the street from where you found poster 29, you'll see this charming little one-story house. Head into the front yard, to where the orange arrow's pointing:
The next poster is hidden behind a row of hedges. Run up and grab it.
To the north of poster 30's location is this little house. It's sort of like the one where you found poster 29, but it's got a pink-blossomed cherry tree in the front yard. Approach it from the front and head around to its left.
The next poster is stuck to the stone wall around the house, right at the southeast corner.
After the last few houses, you might have wondered if you'd ever get to smash through a gate again. Don't worry - the house at the location marked above has one you'll definitely want to break down.
Once you've broken through, you'll find the next poster on the side of a little garage at the southwest end of the estate.
At the southeastern corner of Highbrook, you'll find this one-story house. As you've done so many times before, run into it's backyard, around the right side of the house.
Hang a left at the back of the house, and you'll find the next poster stuck to the wall next to a chimney.
The final poster you'll find in Highbrook is on the mansion at the neighborhood's western edge. Smash through its gates, walk up to the porch and head around the right side of the house.
Once you've turned the corner, the next poster will be on a wall at the northwestern corner of the house.
You'll find the next poster just outside the western archway that leads out of Mike Bruski's junkyard. From inside the yard, head west and jump the tiered fence that the orange arrow's pointing at:
Once you're on the other side, look west and you'll see the next poster in the corner.
Head just south of the on-ramp where the freeway starts to leave Riverside for Highbrook, and you'll see a railroad bridge support near the water. Head over to the eastern side of it.
Hiding behind the column is your next poster, right next to the freeway ramp.
On the north side of the northern road that leads away from Bruski's scrapyard, you'll see a couple of low, standalone garage-like buildings. Head around behind the one with the red door.
On the back of the shed, you'll find the next poster. It's a little high up, but you can still grab it with no problem.
Just southeast of Bruski's junkyard is a little alley that shows up on the map as a short street. At the end of it, you'll find the next poster, next to a wooden arbor.
Along the western edge of Bruski's junkyard, you'll find a downed power line with barricades and traffic cones around it. Igore them and look behind the pole for your next poster.
Just southwest of the downed power line is a pile of trash and some kind of boxy container. Check behind the container...
... and the next poster is yours.
North of Bruski's yard and across the tracks, you'll find a couple of containers surrounded by trash piles. Head north and duck around behind the containers.
Once there, you'll find the next poster plastered to the back of one of the containers.
Aaaaand that's it! Hope you enjoy your Card Sharp Achievement/Trophy; you've certainly earned it!
Sep 2, 2010
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