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How To Solve Flower Music Puzzle In Ori And The Will Of The Wisps


Before you enter The Burrows, Tokk needs you to solve a Into The Burrows quest. This guide on How To Solve Flower Music Puzzle In Ori And The Will Of The Wisps will tell you how you’re meant to solve the puzzle and the correct answer if you just want to breeze through it.

After you receive the main story quest to reunite all of the lost Wisps, you’re tasked with exploring four brand new areas. One such area, The Burrows, is locked behind a musical puzzle located in the deep southern area of Inkwater Marsh. As you approach the entrance to The Burrows, Tokk will tell you the entrance is blocked, and only a musical melody will open the path ahead so you can progress. This also begins the Side Quest Into The Burrows

How To Solve Flower Music Puzzle In Ori And The Will Of The Wisps

If you look carefully in the background behind Tokk, there are some standing stones. They stand out clearly, but still appear part of the background. Easy to miss if you didn’t pay attention when Tokk was telling you to use the stones for the puzzle. The stones each represent one of the hanging flowers from the ceiling. The tallest stone is the left most flower, the middle-sized stone is the right most flower and the tiny stones represent the middle flower.

The order is depicted by the way the stones stand. You play the notes from left to right. The solution to this flower music puzzle is as follows:

  • Left Flower
  • Middle Flower
  • Right Flower
  • Right Flower
  • Left Flower
  • Middle Flower
  • Left Flower

Use the Bash ability on each of the flowers in that order and the entrance to the burrows will be clear. If you notice nearby there is another blocked passage leading to a tree that provides a new ability. You can open this pathway to get the ability by playing the tune backwards.

  • Left Flower
  • Middle Flower
  • Left Flower
  • Right Flower
  • Right Flower
  • Middle Flower
  • Left Flower

That will unlock the door in the same room as the flower music puzzle.

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