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Ori And The Will Of The Wisps Side Quest Guide

Ori And The Will Of The Wisps Side Quest Guide
Side Quests in Ori offer valuable rewards if you complete them. This Ori And The Will Of The Wisps Side Quest Guide will guide you through each of the side quests we’ve discovered on our journey through the game, including where to find each side quest and how to complete them.

Ori And The Will Of The Wisps Side Quest Guide – Inkwater Marsh

A Little Braver
Into The Burrows

Kwolok’s Hollow Side Quests

Hand To Hand

Wellspring Glades Side Quests

Rebuilding The Glades
Family Reunion
Into The Darkness
The Silent Map
Regrowing The Glade

The Wellspring Side Quests

The Lost Compass

Silent Woods Side Quests

The Tree Keeper

Windswept Wastes Side Quests

A Diamond In The Rough

Luma Pools Side Quests

Kwoloks Wisdom
Early in your Ori adventure your progress will be blocked by piles of twigs. In this guide we explain How To Get Past Piles Of Twigs In Ori And The Will Of The Wisps as it's a reoccurring mechanic that will often require you to find nearby resources to free the blockades in the path ahead.
Double Jump is a vital skill in Ori but how do you unlock it? In this guide we explain Where To Learn Double Jump In Ori And The Will Of The Wisps as, with all metroidvania games, the ability to jump higher opens up a ton of new areas to explore.
Poisonous red or pinky-like water litters Inkwater Marsh. This guide explains How To Drain The Poisonous Red Water In Ori And The Will Of The Wisps. Once the water has been drained, you can survive in areas you previously could not access, allowing Ori to explore more areas and learn more abilities.
You need to find the eyes of the statue to progress in Ori. This guide explains Where To Find The Statues Eye Stones In Ori And The Will Of The Wisps as you will need to collect two eye stones for the statue in order to progress, but both of them are hidden quite well.

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