Pale Candle Location in Salt and Sacrifice

Kirthana K
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There are multiplayer items to find and use in Salt and Sacrifice. In this guide, we will see how to get and use the Pale Candle in Salt and Sacrifice.

Pale Candle Location in Salt and Sacrifice

You will need the Pale Candle to join another world and help your allies out in the game. Here we will see how to find and use the Pale Candle in Salt and Sacrifice.

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The Pale Candle is a multiplayer item that lets players go into their friend’s world. Once you have the Pale Candle, you can join any world you wish as long as you get an invite and the password to join the world. To get it, you will have to help an NPC called Beatrice. You can find her in Ashbourne Village. Once you spawn here, head right till you reach an area where you have to pass through the gate. Once you are through, you will come across some wooden scaffolding that you should use to drop down, then go to the door found at the bottom left corner. You will have to use your Mage Hearts to open this door.

Get through the door and make your way down. Use the first exit that you come across on your left, this will take you to Greymoss Mire. If you have the grappling hook, you can use it to swing left, then keep going till you spot Beatrice. Upon speaking to her, she will tell you to meet her at Pardoner’s Vale. You can find her next in the building below the cat. Speak to her again to get the Pale Candle as a reward. With this, you will now be able to join any world you wish.

That’s all there is to know about the Pale Candle 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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