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How To Get Past The Giant Bird In Ori And The Will Of The Wisps


When you get to the Feeding Grounds in Ori and the Will Of The Wisps, you will have to get past the bird. Check out this guide to find out how to get past the Giant Bird in Ori and the Will Of The Wisps. You need to get past this guy to progress.

How To Get Past The Giant Bird In Ori And The Will Of The Wisps

When you start, you will be under a safe pile of bones. Ori will wait until the bird looks away and you can run. Go to the right and you will see a blue orb you can grapple up to. Do that and wait until the bird approaches.

Hiding Spot 1 Ori and the will of the wisps

When the bird is looking away, you can then make your move. Again go to the right and use the leaf to glide up higher into the area. Go to the right and use the stick and climb up towards the red tarp. Here is where I was hiding, you can risk going up a little higher if you want but any lower and you will get hit.

Hiding spot 2 ori and the will of the wisps

When the bird looks the other way, jump up and go to the left. You can grapple over to a hanging piece of debris. Stay there, the bird will nudge it and you will move a bit. Stay until the bird looks away again.

Hiding spot 3 ori and the will of the wisps

From here its a mad dash, you against the bird. Jump to the left and climb up until you can start going right. Dash, jump, run until the make it into the cave. The bird will try to geet you, but if you make it to the cave you are safe.

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