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Which Door To Choose? Dragon Quest Heroes 2 Tower Door Puzzle

Which Door To Choose Dragon Quest Heroes Tower Door Puzzle
Dragon Quest Heroes 2 doesn’t feature many puzzles but there’s a few that may be a little challenging for you. This guide focuses on the Dragon Quest Heroes Tower Door Puzzle, putting it simply – what door you have to choose to progress.

When you reach the top of the Guard Tower in Dragon Quest Heroes 2 you’ll be prompted to solve a puzzle. The knight tells you that there are 4 fake knights and his friend in the room. Each will try to convince you that they are telling the truth and the others are lying.

If you want to avoid solving the puzzle or the process of elimination, the correct door to choose is the North West door. You may also want to take the South East door as there’s a chest there with a Mini Medal inside. Although you don’t really need those if you use our guide on how to farm Mini Medals in Dragon Quest Heroes 2.

As well as the 4 base classes in the game (Warrior, Thief, Priest & Martial Artist) there are two special jobs you can unlock in Dragon Quest Heroes 2. This guide will tell you How To Unlock Gladiator & Sage Jobs In Dragon Quest Heroes 2.
You may have come across locked chests during your travels in Dragon Quest Heroes 2, but with no key in sight how do you unlock them? This guide will tell you everything you need to know for How To Unlock Locked Chests In Dragon Quest Heroes 2.
Dragon Quest Heroes 2 doesn't feature many puzzles but there's a few that may be a little challenging for you. This guide focuses on the Dragon Quest Heroes Tower Door Puzzle, putting it simply - what door you have to choose to progress.
The fabled Mini Medals currency returns in Dragon Quest Heroes 2 and they can be used to purchase some of the most powerful weapons in the game. This guide will tell you How To Farm Mini Medals In Dragon Quest Heroes 2 so you can gather lots of Mini Medals quickly, and without much of a challenge.

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