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How To Get Past Roots In Indivisible

How To Get Past Roots In Indivisible
Found some tree roots with glowing orbs? This guide explains How To Get Past Roots In Indivisible, as very early in your adventure you will come across passageways and locations that are unavailable due to being blocked by sturdy tree roots.

Indivisible’s huge world can be explored in a variety of ways. Often you will encounter things that block your path. Sometimes they are powerful enemies, other times they are obstacles that require special tools or abilities to get past. The tree roots are one such obstacle.

How To Get Past Tree Roots In Indivisible

How To Get Past Tree Roots In Indivisible
In order to get past the tree roots in Indivisible, you will require your Mom’s Axe. This is a special item, one that is integral to the story progress. Unlike some other items, you cannot miss the axe. It’s something you must obtain in order to progress.

Just follow the path past the first tree roots you see. You will reach the axe before long.

With so many areas locked behind abilities, fast travel is vital in the game. This guide explains How To Fast Travel In Indivisible, as it's something you must unlock before you can use. However, prepare to be disappointed as the fast travel in Indivisible is probably not what you are hoping for.
Certain spaces of flooring can be broken, with the right ability. This guide explains How To Break The Floor In Indivisible, as it's yet more areas, more characters, and more items locked behind specific obstacles until you have unlocked the required ability.
Kaanul, The Iron Kingdom, and Tai Krung are all available for you to explore, but where to go first? This Where To Go First In Indivisible guide explains the best route to take when you get access to the ship, selecting regions in the correct order to maximize the amount you can explore per area.
Certain walls and doors with blue orb lights can be broken. This guide explains How To Break Through Walls In Indivisible, as it's one of the many mechanics you can unlock that provide access to additional areas, new characters to recruit, and special pickups.

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