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How To Get Past Iron Maiden In Bloodstained

How To Get Past Iron Maiden In Bloodstained
A strange object blocks your path in the Garden of Silence. This guide will tell you everything you need to know for How To Get Past Iron Maiden In Bloodstained as although it’s not related to serious progression, it’s never nice to leave a corner unexplored.

Once you reach the Garden of Silence, it’s hard to miss the large War Horse and Cart that stands in the end of the area. Speak to the driver and you will learn that his path is blocked, you require a giant hand in order to pass. You also need this ability to get past the Iron Maiden, so be sure to get that first.

How To Get Past Iron Maiden In Bloodstained

Once you have the ability, grab the stone statue and run off the end of the platform with it. Follow the path all the way to the end where the iron maiden waits. Simply push the stone pillar into the iron maiden and it will vanish. Voila!

Dark Matter is a craftable resource that is required to make Gold. This How To Craft Dark Matter In Bloodstained guide will tell you the different materials required in order to craft Dark Matter, and the best places to farm each of the materials.
OD is a secret boss battle in Bloodstained that is quite difficult to unlock. This guide will tell you How To Get Tome Of Conquest And Fight OD In Bloodstained which includes details on the objectives you must complete to unlock the Tome and face the boss.
Stuck around the 98% map completion mark? This tiny area will help, at least a little. This guide tells you Where To Find 8-Bit Area In Bloodstained which is a hidden area that contains a very powerful boss for you to defeat.
Wandering the different ways all the stories end? This guide will tell you How To Get 3 Endings In Bloodstained Ritual Of The Night as there are multiple outcomes to the story depending on when you decide to finish off one of the antagonists.

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