Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous

Solve Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous Blackwater Console Puzzle

Solve Pathfinder Wrath of The Righteous Blackwater Console Puzzle

It’s been nearly a week since the launch of Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous, the successor to Kingmaker. The game has proven to far exceed the expectations of fans in all aspects. WotR is also quite rich in puzzles. Some of them are easy to solve, while a few can be daunting. One of the puzzles (it’s not a puzzle really) that you need to solve comes when you embark on the Last Gift of The Brilliant Mind quest. Unless you open the gate by entering the sequence, you cannot progress in the quest. No need to worry though, we have got you covered, stick with this post and we will show you how to solve the Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous Blackwater Console puzzle during the Last Gift of The Brilliant Mind quest.

Solve Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous Blackwater Console Puzzle and Open Door

After dealing with the enemies, there is a door straight ahead with a console beside it. You are able to interact with the console by pressing the hand icon. Once you interact with the console here are the things you need to do to open the door.

Last Gift of The Brilliant Mind quest puzzle sequence
Last Gift of The Brilliant Mind quest puzzle sequence
  1. When presented with the option, choose [Touch the gate panel].
  2. Select [Press the triangle] when the dialogue reads “Six symbols adorn the panel buttons – a circle, a triangle, a square, a circle with a dot, a rhombus, and a dot.”
  3. Select [Press the rhombus] when the dialogue reads “The panel produces a quiet metallic click.”
  4. Select [Press the circle with a dot] when the dialogue reads, “The panel produces a quiet metallic click.”

That’s it if you have followed the above instructions the door should open.

Harry S
I have been gaming for as long as I can remember starting with Dr. Mario and Doom. On QM Games, I am the Admin, Developer, Tech Guy, and occasionally a Writer. I handle everything that makes the website run in its state. I am also one of the founders of the website.

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