Beloved Idol Location in Salt and Sacrifice

Kirthana K
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There are various items to get hold of in Salt and Sacrifice that can help you on your journey. In this guide, we will see where to locate the Beloved Idol and its use in Salt and Sacrifice.

Beloved Idol Location in Salt and Sacrifice

The Beloved Idol can give passive buffs when equipped, which will help you while trying to tackle mages in the game. Here we will see how to get your hands on the Beloved Idol in Salt and Sacrifice.

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The Beloved Idol is necessary to give you a boost in passive abilities that will help you out later on. You can equip it on your character without taking up an equipment slot, and you can find it quite early in the game. The Beloved Idol can be found in the same spot where you will get the Grappling Hook. If you have yet not come across the grappling hook, you can find it by returning to the spawn point of Ashbourne Village and heading west. You will come across the Root-ceil Cavern. Keep heading down through the Cavern till you reach an exit on your right, which will lead you to Greymoss Mire. It is here where you will also find Uryks, Necklace of Ears, and you will have to defeat him to get through the area.

Once he is defeated, keep going east till you go through the entrance of another Cavern, then keep going down till you find a corpse having the Grappling Hook. Use the grappling hook to try and get up a couple of platforms, you will soon find a treasure chest on the left, hidden inside the wall. Open it to get the Beloved Idol.

That’s all there is to know about the Beloved Idol and how to get it in Salt and Sacrifice. If you like this guide you can check out our other guides as well.

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