This page of the guide to Sherlock Holmes Chapter One provides a walkthrough of the quest A Gilded Cage. We've described the steps you need to follow to find the keys to the residence. You'll be tracking an elephant. We've highlighted the most important places you need to go.
There's a group of elegant people in front of the Gilden residence, all dressed fully in white. Ask them what happened and where the elephant went.
Just remember to ask them only once. If you keep pushing, you're gonna upset Jon, who's not very forgiving.
The group of pedestrians will say that the elephant ran towards the bridge. We marked it on the screen above. It's less than a minute away, so you'll have no problem getting there.
When you pass the bridge, look to your left. There's a wrecked car in the shadows. Right next to it is a crying man, who is the only one who cares about the huge animal running around the area.
Check the tracks around the car. There, you'll find not only broken boards, but also the elephant's tracks - the animal is still in the area.
It is important to use the concentration mode here. It doesn't end, so you can just keep it on. The only downside is that Sherlock can't run when he's in this mode. However, it will allow you to follow the elephant's path without the risk of losing it. The animal will keep appearing before your eyes.
You'll finally get to the log it broke. It's the way to the river. Keep following the elephant to reach the designated place.
River and keys
We recommend staying in the concentration mode, as this way you won't lose sight of the animal and certainly won't get lost. Although the map isn't very large, several paths near the river are quite meandering and you can get lost there.
Eventually you will reach the narrow river, surrounded by rocks. Pay attention to the left side of this area.
There's a large tree between the rocks. Mr. Gilden's coat is hanging on a narrow branch. Take the letter from the left pocket and the keys from the right - you will need them to get to the mansion.