Core of the Riddle

Location Worldwound
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NPC's --
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Quests The Secrets of Creation

Core of the Riddle is a Location in Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous. Core of the Riddle can be found at Worldwound. There is also a portal leading to Heart of Mystery.

 Core of the Riddle Information

  • Puzzle room with Blue tiles.  requires the blue tile set from "Ravaged Long House".
  • Solution to puzzle:
  • Note: Sometimes you need to rotate the camera to show the correct interact button.
  • The reward includes a +3 starknife, some potions, and an Elven note.


NPCs at Core of the Riddle

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Quests related to Core of the Riddle


Core of the Riddle Map

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Core of the Riddle Notes & Tips

  • Must visit Heart of Mystery first to continue the quest. If you complete a puzzle room before going to the Heart of Mystery, simply return to the completed room to progress the quest.



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    • Anonymous

      This wouldn't be so hard if I could actually see the dominos before I place them, but they are so small that I can't see the symbols on the item icon.

      • Anonymous

        For everyone. You have to match symbols like you are playing dominoes. Match the tiles end to end. So a squiggle with a 7 on one tile is next to a squiggle with a 7 on the next tile.
        The way to work out which symbols to start with is the same. For example in the picture above, matching the symbol with the sinigle block outside the grid. The block with three tiles in it though, you only have to match one of those images. So if the images on the three tile block outside the grid were a 3, a 4 and a 5, then the matching tile on the grid could be either a 3 or a 4 or a 5.

        • There is a logic to it, it's just weird (and obviously unexplained). Ironically, this puzzle was easier to understand than the simpler one. Doesn't make it easier to do persay, but once you go back and read the first riddle's rules, best way I've found is to just build the entire puzzle and note where the incongruities are.

          • Anonymous

            Solution doesn't work for me.
            The problem is I don't understand the rule for it.
            I solved former puzzle but I just did it by brute force.
            It's very tiresome quest.

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