Erebus, the blue skull key can be found quite effortlessly in the center area when playing on the easiest levels. ... Mt. A full novelization of the DOOM universe. How to get the blue key in Doom level 21, Mt. The par time is 2:15. DOOM (1993) Walkthrough. THE DOOM 1 KEYS FAQ 1.1 Inspired by the DOOM ] [ Keys FAQ CONTENTS 1 About this FAQ ... E3M6: Mt. MT. Erebus On easy difficulty, you need to grab the blue key (located on the step of the green building on the north) and take the exit on the western side of the map (identified by a dulled nukage). Thus, in addition to being attacked by a larger population of monsters, the player also has to explore more areas to find the key. ... they had apparently teleported to the top of Mt. Erebus: Along the middle of the north edge of the map is a large, diagonally-oriented building, with a small wooden door in its southeast wall. E3M6: Mt. E3M2: Slough of Despair is the second map of Inferno in Doom. A lot of the HP soaks really only show up in the third episode, one of the greatest incidences being "Mt. Erebus", which places the player under constant attack from cacodemons and lost souls. The par time is 0:45. Here is a map showing the location of the blue key at all Difficulty levels: For more information see the full-game FAQ/walkthrough. When you take the blue key, you can see a nukage pool. Map WARRENS (E3M8): How do I get to this level? In E3M6: Mt. EREBUS: 1 key (blue key position varies by Skill level; Click to zoom in) FPV / Map / Keys / Teleports / Exit / Secrets Previous level / Next level / Show all levels On entering the level, the player becomes aware that the scenery is familiar. Erebus ... "Found the blue key… Really, the thing that most characterizes the original Doom as a mapset to me - difficulty-wise - is manic pistol starts, including the first episode. The blue key's location on Mt.

It uses the music track "Hiding the Secrets". It uses the music track "Waltz of the Demons". It was designed by Sandy Petersen and uses the music track "Donna to the Rescue." Erebus. E3M9: Warrens (E3M8 in SNES) is the secret map of Inferno in Doom and can be accessed from E3M6: Mt.

The name may be a reference to "the Slough of Despond", from John Bunyan's The Pilgrim's Progress. To get the blue key at higher Skills, open that door, step in and turn left.

As can be seen from the map, its plan is based on a human hand. Walkthrough . It is referred to as Gate to Limbo on the intermission screen. Jump inside and go to your right to take the shielding suit.

Designed by Sandy Petersen and the par time is 1:30. The Union Aerospace Corporation is the largest company in human history.

Erebus is the sixth map of Inferno. Map of Mt. X-Ray specs Pause the game and press L1, R2, L2, R1, Right, Triangle, X, Right. Erebus BLUE KEY: The BLUE KEY is in different places according to the difficulty level.

PC Doom/Ultimate Doom level E3M6, MT. Access SNESMaps to view quick-reference map images for every level in the game.

EREBUS (E3M5): Where is the exit? Story walkthrough Knee-Deep in the Dead ... At the intersection take a left and go through the blue skull key door. Erebus. All objects including enemies, items, weapons, and secret switches will appear on the map as blue triangles. Map MT.

This map has different walkthrough depending on skill level - the blue key is located in more complicated locations on harder skills. On higher levels the BLUE KEY is in the Y-shaped structure, in the southeast branch. Save!

At the end, you can find a supercharge. At the end of Doom's third episode, a doorway opens up behind the Spider Mastermind, and you originally step through it only to begin Doom II, with Hell's invasion well underway.Thy Flesh Consumed introduces a fourth episode of action in between stepping foot onto the green fields of Earth and arriving at the starport's entryway, turning a pretty quick trip into a massive ordeal.