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|Uncharted: Golden Abyss Walkthrough|
|Name||"Chew the Hide Off a Rhino"|
|Previous chapter||"Without a Paddle"|
|Next chapter||"Keep Your Head Down"|
Note: Theses collectibles are listed in the order they are found in the chapter.
|1||Charcoal Rubbing (Sete Cidades Marker Stone)||After taking down the first few enemies at the start of the chapter, search the vine-covered wall to the right of your initial position next to the pond for a short stone that has a symbol you can rub.|
|2||Charcoal Rubbing (Huacatani)||At the beginning of the chapter, there are a few enemies in front of a large wall with arches you must pass through. Head through the rightmost arch and you'll find some large steps leading up to a platform that overlooks the following area. Here, you can rub a short stone.|
|3||Jade Carving (Emblem of Omatihictoya)||From the platform where the previous item is, you'll spot a glittering treasure across the way. Hop onto the low wall here and leap across to this area and pick up the carving.|
|4||Jade Carving (Emblem of Teochicatol)||After the turret segment, don't follow Sully. Explore the far right side of the turret, over the stone. The treasure is in the weeds.|
|5||Jade Carving (Emblem of Mahuaquiotex)||After taking out the turret, look for a rope on the left of the path, by a patch of sunlight leading up to this carving when Sully starts talking.|
|6||Charcoal Rubbing (Chilhopotex)||After swinging over a pit with the rope and hop down a ledge. You'll see a patch of sunlight on a wall on your right. Here, you can rub a short stone.|
|7||Mystery Item (Spanish Horse Bit)||As you follow the path into the jungle, Sully climbs a wall. Ignore him and slip through the small doorway to the left of it. Chop through the bamboo at the end of the path to find the item.|
|8||Mystery Item (Temocazuti)||As you follow Sully across numerous handholds, you'll approach a platform that you can traverse. After leaping from this platform to more handholds, drop down right away, and you'll find the item here.|
- The chapter's title is a quote from Victor Sullivan.