God of War IIIEdit
After killing Hercules and breaking the forum floor, Kratos falls into the sewers below the arena. There he pulls a switch which opens an underwater path, leading up to Poseidon's Chamber. In this chamber, Kratos encounters several enemies, including Bronze Talos that decorate the halls. In the far center of the chamber is a hallway that leads to a Pandora Statue, whom Kratos is searching for. To get to get to the statue, Kratos must crank the wheel to have the gates raised, and the hallway cleared.
To the far right of the chamber is a room containing all three Hyperion Gates. There, Kratos must solve its puzzle by weighing down the elevator, using both hounds and himself, which allows him to make his way the Poseidon Princess' quarters. After getting Poseidon's Princess, Kratos makes his way back to the center of the chamber, taking her with him, where he cranks the lever once more and uses the Princess to keep the crank elevated, thereby opening two gates.
As Kratos then proceeds to the bronze statue of Pandora, the Princess' body succumbs to the crank's weight, and is crushed by its levers. Whilst speaking to Pandora, she is brutally interrupted by Zeus, having Kratos rush the hallway leading outside to the Upper Gardens platforms. These platforms then lead him straight into Aphrodite's Chamber.
This note from Poseidon is found the chambers of his princess. The note reads:
Dearest beloved, I ask your forgiveness for making you the subject of my rage. It is not you who angered me so, but my brother and his refusal to harness the great power he hides within the labyrinth. A storm is brewing and Zeus provides Olympus with no harbour. Only the comforts found in your arms give me rest." -Your Lord, Poseidon
This one, was found in the chamber where the Pandora Statue was, and reads:
"A mere girl, somehow she is the key to the Labyrinth. I brought this statue here, but so far have learned nothing. That mortal Daedalus, in his madness, has devised a way to shield secrets from even my far reaching view. This does not bode well. I fear Zeus is no longer the brother I once knew." - Poseidon