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Tiny Tina’s Wonderland Queen’s Gate Lost Marble Locations

Want To Find All Of The Lost Marbles In Queen's Gate?

Each map in Tiny Tina’s Wonderland hides a secret Lost Marble or two. This guide on Tiny Tina’s Wonderland Queen’s Gate Lost Marble Locations will tell you where to find the exact locations of the Lost Marbles in Queen’s Gate. This particular area is hiding the location of two Lost Marbles.

Most of the maps in Tiny Tina’s Wonderland house several collectibles. You can check your map and navigate to “Progress” to find out exactly what is hidden in each area. In Queen’s Gate there are a number of collectibles. Two of these collectibles are the Lost Marbles. Check out the guide below to find both of the Lost Marbles in Queens Gate.

Tiny Tina’s Wonderland Queen’s Gate Lost Marble Locations

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The first one can be found at the North East side of the map. East of the entrance to Brighthoof. Simply leave the castle area and travel East until you reach this location. This is where you will find the Lost Marble. Make sure to smash the marble to get the rewards.

Tiny Tina’s Wonderland Queen's Gate Lost Marble Locations
You can find this Lost Marble on the North West side of the map, closer to the entrance to Brighthoof. There’s a small castle area. Head inside and to this location to find the Lost Marble. Be wary of traps

Progress in the area is story related so if the path is blocked or a gate is present, follow the main story until after the next area and return.

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