Unlock secret entrance to Sword of the Tall by solving the puzzle hidden inside the Costlemark Tower dungeon. When you reach the bottommost level of the dungeon, the corners of the room floor contains four triggers on downward elevators. Each of these triggers normally leads to a boss room with lots of Red Giants and other monsters. However, one random path inside of elevator maze one will contain a secret trigger that leads to the entrance to a Jabberwock dragon (Level 58). Killing this dragon reveals the Sword of the Tall that was stolen from the Tomb of the Tall nearby Costlemark Tower. Video shows step by step instruction on:
1) Location of Costlemark Tower dungeon
2) Location of Puzzle Room inside the dungeon
3) How to reach the Boss Room from the Puzzle Room
4) How to reach the Dragon Room from the Puzzle Room
5) How to get the Royal Arm: Sword of the Tall
6) Location of secret vault door for End Game
Gameplay walkthrough on PS4 Pro version of FFXV (Final Fantasy 15).
To continue my inquiry I have cleared the dungeon with only having 2 trips to the boss room, of course with the help of the you tube videos. On my second and third trip here for the hunts I was able to get to the dragon room by using the trigger with the 4 columns and there followed steps to reach an area with the circle indentation.
I already defeated the first two bosses, but i can't seem to proceed to the third 'boss'. I exited dubgeon every time i went further into dungeon then saved progress, but the last part to get to last boss is not appearing... do I have to defeat all these guys in a row without saving or what??
the ring of lucii is a good helper on this dungeon, especially on the tight corners, it helped me on the 3 red giants and the other freaking mob monster in that area!!! this is the longest and the most frustrating dungeon .... took me 1-2hrs to complete.
OMG!!!! I get the sword of tall here in like 3 times battle in boss and the fourth one is the dragon . Then i accept a quest hunt , and i was literaly here in like 3 hours trying to find that dragon!!! Then i ended up leaving the dungeon its realy pissing me off until i found out the pattern 😤😧😧😧😧😧
wooooh!! thank god i decided to check out a guide for this dungeon before going in again!! the first time was HELL and i was so hesitant to attempt it again! but i have to to get the sword and all so, THANK YOU for that carved circle thing tip!! i would've gotten stuck in there for another 2-3hrs 0_0
Lvl 80 with Ring Lucii equipped
Lucky! 🍀...I only had to defeat 1 red giant with slimes in the first cube..
When i reached the second cube, thought i was going to find 2 red giants,instead i encountered two ‘proceed’ cubes :leading downfloor, and leading sidefloor.(chose the sidefloor)
Thankfully, i followed the path onward until i reached the ‘circle mark cube’ with ‘dead end cube’..Pushed the circle mark cube,and yay!! ^^
It led me to Jabberwock..I was ready to try fighting the 3 giants and naga,but oh well
When I first walked into the dungeon the moment the doors opened I fell through the game design and landed right on top of the Innermost sanctum but when I did the boss died instantly and all i had to do was retrieve the sword at the end of the cutscenes I was on the floor for when the game is about to say game over and I just used a Phoenix Down and got right back up
Out of curiosity: I finished my first play through of the game. Then I made a new file but transferred all my achievements (including the outfits, royal arms, and level). Can I still get the sword of the tall in this new play through from the transfers I had?
Fefe509 if it's the big circular door, you can only unlock it after finishing the game and getting the dungeon keys from someone at the hunter hq (Ezma, I think). I haven't finished but I read about it. It'll open all the similar looking doors in other dungeons. They are meant to be harder post-game dungeons.
Best dungeon in game. I don't know what you don't like in it. The design, the monsters, the difficulty, the puzzle, awesome detailed machinery and lift to dragon. Also home to the no-item dungeon. If you fail the puzzle you get punished with boss room. If you mess up again you get tossed into that room again and this time with more, stronger mobs. That will teach you to think twice before choosing your path when you have 2 options :)
A quick tip before entering this dungeon. Go to the rich man beach restaurant (Cape Quay?) and eat the crab looking dish that nullifies all magic. Them bombs won't even make a dent to your team. I did this when I was about lvl50 and cleared it.
As for the 3 red giants and them naga thingies, I encountered them once and just casted quint-thundaga 3 times. They fell pretty fast after that.
i didnt even notice the circle.1st time i though this dungeon is bugged becos i didnt finish 4 place in 1 go(i passed 3 get out of dungeon get back redo all 4 again).yeeah but atleast i figure this out myself. feeling nice :D
Okay so, when looking for the "circular path" how do you avoid getting to the boss room? I was looking for it and somehow wounded up back facing 4 red giants a million flans and that gorgon thing, 2 TIMES. Come on! I ended up dying and loosing all my exp
edepot so is it possible to be on the fourth path and only find the circular path then or can you find the circular path on your first try? Or will you find the circle always the second time like in this video?
Save before you go in the dungeon. As shown in the video, you may need to go into some paths that do not have the round circle. So what you need to do is do all of the possible ones until you see one that has a round circle and go that route. If you see the circle and don't go that route, you get harder and harder bosses as you need to repeat going inside those entrances looking for the round circle. If it gets too hard reload your save and hope you get the round circle asap.
Yeah ok also I have done almost all the dungeons (2nd Doors) and I have almost the same weapons as you so I get you the only times I use arminger is just when some red giant is getting on my nerves or a second door dungeon boss.Now I get why you did that
I use the Arminger when it shows up. But you are right, it would be better strategy to wait for a powerful enemy to use on. But at this stage of the game, I have almost all the good stuff so the Arminger is bonus, not really required.
Hated this place... Sitting there waiting for stone blocks to slide around and constantly getting ambushed by monsters.. It just drags out the time it takes to actually make it through this crappy place.
Who allowed this terrible dungeon design? You follow "Proceed" signs for hours and still end up empty handed unless you follow the circular stone path. Very infuriating and unfair to the player. Terrible way to wrap up the FFXV last few achievements with this bitter taste in my mouth.
During nighttime, Iron Giants and Red Giants regularly spawn close to you if you are not near any towns. The Red Giants inside the Costlemark Tower dungeon are not unique, but they are the bosses in the boss room.
Dude i amazed at your videos, how you can find it all? I mean i knew you from MGS V PP videos where u can find a small hidden detail. Just how you found it all?You're amazing. Keep it up.
P.s i still remember someone call u insane(in bad way) thay you knew everything in mgs v pp its funny XD for me how u reply him XD
Not sure about that. But for what I encountered in that god damn tower, (First play through and NG+), all ended in the north western part of the map (both royal arm quest and hunt, where the circle marking is located). The difference is where to start. If the the proceed marker appeared in the in the floor with four pillar then the pattern I take is 4 3 2 1 (will fight two red giants then Jabberwock). But if it starts with with three pillars, then 3 2 1 pattern then aim to proceed to the north western part of the map (will only fight one red giant and where the circle marking is located). I haven't encountered a proceed marking that starts with the two pillars or one pillar.
Agreed. Not only that, because I never knew that the triggers were not a "do all to unlock boss room" type of challenge, I went into that stupid room 4 times, which meant I fought the 3 red giants and the Naragani twice. Thank Square for freaking summons man, Ramuh saved my ass so many times.
dethkruzer ic. i was actually didnt know how to enter the dungeon in the first place, and to avoid any spoilers i didnt look for help from gamefaqs. so i pretty much become overleveled i guess, i finished the dungeon at lvl 70.
still working my way to lvl 120 now
Melyssa Layrensia That might work if I had done this post-game, sicne that's the only way to use the ring of lucii to run through this place. But I didn't do that, I completed the initial dungeon and the killed the Jabberwock before I completed Altissia.
dethkruzer what? i love this dungeon, fighting 3 iron giants and 2 naga is easy, just use ring of the lucii to kill most of them. and rake up a lot of experience points.
actually i feel this dungeon isnt that bad because i finished it after pitios dungeon, so...
where do I get the patch to download it, I got all the add-ons. Don't see where the patch is, I'm playing the PS 4 is it available for this console please give directions on how to get it. Thanks and your videos are great help especially doing the rainbow frogs would have never found them without your video.
The possibility for summon is determined by the game, not you. But if the summon option comes, go to a safe spot and hold down the L2 button. Keep holding until the Astral appears. Note that if you are hit by monsters, the summon won't happen even if you kept the button pressed. So you have to find a spot safe from attacks until the summon happens.
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