|Ladies Chamber Key|
The Lady's Chapel can be found inside the Church of St. Michael's, to the left side of the Chancel, appearing as a small room that's partitioned from the rest of the church by an extravagant, finely worked wooden screen. With the help of the Key which we picked up inside the Belfry we're able to unlock the Chamber.
Apart from two Knight statues - that, according to Adam, date from the Norman period, for which he receives a "complimentary"
You aren't the idiot I first took you for, are you?
from sneaky Rebecca - the interior is sparsely furnished. On the wooden Communion Table we spot a Madonna statuette. Upon closer inspection we find there's a ring of discoloration around the Madonna's head, prompting us to place the jewelled Tiara on it. The wooden base of the statuette features a small indentation and two engraved Feathers. Brooding, our attention is drawn to a Mural that's covering one of the room's walls, depicting a gate and two angels (one with green wings), giving us the sought-after clue as to which feather to insert. Nota bene that mistakenly choosing the Red Feather will spawn two major Yielders. As we put the Green Feather into the small aperture, the mural will open, acoustically accompanied by a short monastic sort of chant, and reveal a casket that contains Aelf's Helm. In the following cutscene, , we once again meet our valued confidante Aelf, informing us that his helm serves as our passport to the Realm of Divinity, Arqua, where we shall find the notorious Sword of the Dragon, Eternity. He kindly leaves us with 2 Red Potions.
As our business in the Church is finished now, we step on the tower gate and make haste to reach our next destination, Arqua. If you wish to follow this walkthrough chronologically, please click on the following icon to continue reading about our search of the portal to Arqua inside the Tower.
In general, the traditional British term Lady Chapel refers to a small side chapel inside a church or cathedral, usually placed eastward from the high altar and specifically dedicated to the Blessed Virgin Mary; as such, it also bears names like Mary Chapel or Marian Chapel.
One of the largest lady chapels was integrated into the Westminster Abbey in 1220, at the behest of Henry III. Contrary to the game, the actual church of St. Michael's in Helston does not appear to have a separate lady chapel, though.