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Pathfinder: Kingmaker – The Ravenous Queen Walkthrough

The Ravenous Queen

In the Glenebon region, where the Fossil Fields and Armag’s Tomb are located, you will find several mysterious shrines. On each, there are stone slabs with movable pillars. Interact with them until the ghost of a woman appears and asks for help. To complete the task, put the pillars in correct order. But which is correct?

In fact, you need to visit four Mysterious Shrine locations, make screenshots and compare them. As a result, you’ll find the combination of slabs that has only one slab vertically. So if there is no upper left slab in one of the locations, you’ll need to remove this slab from the arrangement. There’s one more, fifth location — Giggling Hill. Reach this location in order to find the third set of slabs and an obelisk. You’ll finally be able to arrange the obelisks in the right order. Once you do it, the Ravenous Queen will appear. You may either let her go and get XP or kill her and get her equipment.

Here are the locations of all the shrines and the correct position of each obelisk:

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  1. To draw all the bits of the solution together. Each position for the obelisk is given in standard x, y coordinates
    Shrine 1 – NW of Flintrock Grasslands. Plaque starts Farewell my Queen… Column 3 is moveable and the obelisk goes in (3,4)
    Shrine 2 – SE of Flintrock Grasslands. Plaque starts You won’t forgive us… Column 1 is moveable and the obelisk goes in (1,5)
    Shrine 3 – SE of Whiterose Abbey. Plaque starts Time erases the blood… Column 2 is moveable and the obelisk goes in (2,2)
    Shrine 4 – NNW of Pitax. Plaque starts Sleep well my queen… Column 5 is moveable and the obelisk goes in (5,3)
    Giggling Hill – W of Pitax River Bend. Plaque starts The night is dark… Column 4 is moveable and the obelisk goes in (4,1)

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