Olmec inadvertently calls The Tomb of the Headless Kings "The Tomb of the Ancient Kings" when he announces The Printing Press' location.
When Jason made it to The Room of the Secret Password, he didn't have to shout out a password because the door to the Pharaoh's Secret Passage was somehow already opened.
Olmec: One of the greatest crusaders for Human Rights was the African-American Frederick Douglass. He worked to outlaw slavery, and when the Civil War broke out, he encouraged Blacks to fight in the Union Army. In 1847, Douglass founded a New York paper called "The North Star." Legend has it that one evening, a group of men burst into the office.
Man #1: We gotta see the editor. It's a matter of life and death.
Man #2: Yeah. His.
Douglass: I am the editor.
Man #3: We don't like what you've been printin'.
Man #4: Like Equal Rights for all men.
Douglass: If you don't think that all men are created equal, take it up with the guys who wrote "The Declaration of Independence."
Man #5: We didn't come here for a History lesson. We're gonna trash this place.
Olmec: They moved menacingly towards one of the printing presses, but Douglass beat them to it.
Douglass: You can smash this place, and I'll open the paper elsewhere. Stop me, and others will take my place. You came here to destroy my paper? Let me help you.
Olmec: Douglass smashed the printing press himself.
Douglass: You can smash machines, but you can't smash ideas.
Olmec: Ashamed, the men filtered out. Douglass wiped his brow and picked up a fragment of the press, which he kept for years, until it ultimately made its way to The Temple. Your task is to retrieve The Smashed Printing Plate of Frederick Douglass and bring it back here.
Kirk: Thanks, Olmec. Tell us, where is this Printing Press?
Olmec: The Smashed Printing Plate of Frederick Douglass can be found in The Tomb of the Ancient Kings.
Known Temple Guard locations: The Room of the Ancient Warriors and The Dark Forest.
The Smashed Printing Plate was located in The Tomb of the Headless Kings