Description The Coyote Stone is an Obsidian Stone found in Broken Sword 2: The Smoking Mirror by Nicole "Nico" Collard. It is small black obsidian stone with an ancient carving of a Coyote printed on one side; the other being blank.
Uses In Broken Sword 2Edit
The Stone has no physical use itself during the course of the game, but you may show it to almost all the characters that you encounter from when you receive it from André Lobineau at the end of the first part of the game. The Stone is used in the final scene to seal the Smoking Mirror and trap the ancient mayan deity known as Tezcatlipoca in the mirror for all time.
The Coyote Stone is found by Nicole Collard when she managed to steal it from one of Karzac's Men in Paris. To keep it safe, she entrusted it with André Lobineau. Once Nico has been saved from the Warehouse in Marseille, Nico orders André to give it to George.
George later loses the Coyote Stone, when Karzac and his men attack the Mayan Village before Nico's arrival from London, England. When Nico arrives she finds a scene of desolation. The Coyote Stone itself is found in the remains of a burned out hut (which Titipoco keeps pointing to). The stone however is too hot to touch, but there is a nearby barrel containing water inside. The barrel is too heavy for Nico to push by herself. Asking Titipoco to help her, the pair push the barrel and manage to cool down the stone. Nico then picks it up and heads for Tezcatlipoca's Pyramid, where George himself has been captured by Pablo and General Raoul Grasiento.
After freeing George by getting rid of Pablo, and tricking the General, the trio of George, Nico and Titipoco head into The Pyramid. Nico then gives back the Coyote Stone to George.
Topic With CharactersEdit
George and Nico can talk about the Coyote Stone to various people including:
- André Lobineau
- Mr Glease
- Nicole Collard (As George without the stone).
- Nicole Collard (As George with the stone.
- The Band Members
- Pearl Henderson
- General Raoul Grasiento
- Professor Oubier
- Conchita Garcia
- Shaman of the Mayan Village
- Emily Ketch
- Bert Savage
- Sharon Kowalski
- The Stone itself is quite old, dating back to the time of the Ancient Mayans.
- The Coyote Stone as well as the Jaguar and Eagle Stones were fashioned by loyal priests which would work together to seal the Mirror and trap Tezcatlipoca forever.
- The Coyote Stone is one of the few items that have absolutely little to no use whatsoever and is only used in Broken Sword 2's Ending Sequence.