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What To Do With Mysterious Seed In Ori And The Will Of The Wisps

So you’ve found Mysterious Seeds, but what are they for? This guide explains What To Do With Mysterious Seed In Ori And The Will Of The Wisps as it’s very likely you will encounter multiple Mysterious Seeds before you have the quest related to planting them and improving the Glade.

There are 6 Mysterious Seeds hidden through the game world of Ori and the Will of the Wisps. They can be found at any time, as long as you have the abilities required to reach the location. You don’t have to have the Side Quest or anything else so if you see them as you’re exploring, be sure to pick them up.

What To Do With Mysterious Seed In Ori And The Will Of The Wisps

The Mysterious Seeds are for the Regrowing The Glade Side Quest. It’s quite a complex side quest as it first involves completing another side quest and upgrading the glade, requiring all of the Gorlek Ore. Once you have found your seeds speak with Tuley at the Glade and he will tell you how beautiful it used to be, and he asks for your help planting the seeds to bring the garden back to its former glory.

Each seed you plant opens up access to other parts of the glade via Grapple and other skills. However, once you unlock Leap towards the end of the game, you can fully explore all of the Glade and get all of the collectibles without having to plant any of the seeds.

If you want to complete the Glade entirely, you will need all of the seeds. Be sure to check out our guide on where to find all 6 mysterious seeds.

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