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Just outside of Prague, you can speak with a couple of more Knights of St. John. They will tell you
that the doors to Prague will be locked at nightfall, so if you need to enter, you'll have to do so
during daytime hours. Head down the path, where you'll see some overturned ore carts. Just beyond
them is the entrance into the mines.
The mines are pretty straight forward. You will encounter various
, as well as some
once you hit the second
level. Be sure to pick up any healing elixirs, vials of holy water, or any other trinkets you
find along the way to maximize your effectiveness during your journey throughout the mines. The
holy water will be especially valuable when you reach the end of the mines.
About midway through the second level, you'll come to an area where a river of water stands in
your way and you cannot continue on. Switch the lever on the nearby machine and the water will
subside, revealing a small path across. Be very careful, however, as just beyond the river is a
, which will prove to be a
fairly powerful adversary at this point. Try to avoid his hefty swings, especially his skewer-like
attack, as they are quite powerful and can take Christof down in a couple of solid hits.
The final level of the Silver Mines is home to a vampire named
, the source of evil you have sought
out. Although she is a vampire, she rarely (if ever) uses disciplines, which makes her much easier to
battle. Use a couple vials of holy water on her and then finish her off with your blade.
Once you've bested her, you'll be able to allocate your experience points into Christof's stats.
I recommend spending points on his strength and manipulation at this point, as it will ensure
that he'll be able to use some of the more powerful weapons and get a better price in the various
Before leaving the mines, grab Ahzra's exquisite dagger and the gold near her throne. When you head back
up the path leading to her lair, you'll discover an Amulet of St. Jude, which Christof will presume
to be a sign of good fortune.