Welcome to Hunrath
Walkthrough[edit | edit source]
There is also a blue laser firing down upon the entrance to the front yard. Don't worry about walking through it. The HDR lighting effect might make you blind for a second but it's actually completely harmless to you. Head into the building on the right.
You'll find a vault door inside with what seems to be a makeshift doorbell attached to the front.
Ring the doorbell and wait for the window to open. You'll be greeted by C.W.
He'll be surprised to see a new face and after a little chit chat he asks you to help him out. He needs you to restore the power. After talking to C.W. head out the hole to the left onto a wooden walkway.
At the end of the walkway you will find an elevator powered by the waterfall. Head up the elevator.
At the top you have a few branching paths leading different directions. One path leads you to a door you cannot open.
Another leads you down the stairs to the device which is creating the red laser.
And the last will lead you up on top of the waterfall. Take the path up to the top of the waterfall.
Once at the the top here the path splits again. The left path leads to the edge of the dome where you are able to see the outer landscape.
We can't do anything here yet so head down the path to the right.
Down the path you will find a bridge leading to a lever.
Note: Once the lever has been switched you cannot switch it back. Once it's been switched you also are not able to use to elevator to return to this upper area until much later in the game. Enjoy the view while you can.
Once you're done looking around, pull the lever to open up the hatch and let the water flow. Congrats! You earned your first achievement, Let it Flow.
This causes the water to be redirected down the other side of the mountain.
This is useful for us to get into the next area but it also stunts the flow of water that was powering the elevator before.
We've done all we need to do up here so head back down the elevator.
Head back down the path, out the building, through the courtyard and hang a left towards the newly flowing river.