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- This article is for the pawn shop in Silent Hill: Shattered Memories. For the antique shop in the original game, see Green Lion Antiques.
Green Lion Pawn Shop is a shop in the northeastern end of Silent Hill in Silent Hill: Shattered Memories.
After navigating through the abandoned Toluca Mall, Harry Mason continues his search for his missing daughter by checking the home on 1008 Simmons Street where he believes she may be. The pawn shop, the contents of which vary minutely depending on the player's Psych Profile, is directly below the apartment Harry must reach.
Upon entering the pawn shop, Harry needs to get a key from the front desk. He has to move a lever to drop the key into the tray, so that he can enter the back room. He can then choose to enter the employee area behind the counter to find the "We, Ouroboros" memento.
Arriving at the second floor, it is revealed that the apartment is indeed Cheryl's new home. Harry also discovers an older Dahlia inside the apartment calling out for Cheryl. Harry meets the older Dahlia and is shocked to find out she is his wife before being plunged into the icy Labyrinth.
- Scantily-clad mannequins in a bondage scene
- Television, gas masks and a sign reading “Hard Cash, instant money”
- Lamps and candle holders
- Green (punk)
- Red (slut)
- Yellow/normal (junkie)
- Red nude woman below text “PAWN SHOP” (slut)
- Dollar sign with “checks cashed, money orders, PAWN SHOP”
- “PAWN SHOP” then two dollar signs, then “HARD CASH”
- Mountain lion (also known as puma or cougar) (slut)
- Large dodo bird (junkie)
- Peacock (punk)
- For the duration of Harry Mason's stay in the Labyrinth, his phone GPS reads that he has never left the pawn shop.
- Like the original game, the "green lion eating a sun" is a motif in alchemy.