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Where To Find Lost Marbles In Weepwild Dankness In Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands

The Weepwild Dankness is the next area hiding Campaign Challenges. This guide on Where To Find Lost Marbles In Weepwild Dankness In Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands will tell you the exact locations of both of the Lost Marbles that can be found in this region so you can complete the challenge and move on.

There are many Lost Marbles lost in Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands. In the Weepwild Dankess, there are two Lost Marbles to find. Both of them are available as you reach the area, so outside of following the story in the actual area, you can just get them as you go.

Where To Find Lost Marbles In Weepwild Dankness In Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands

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The first Lost Marble can be found at this location. There is a small goblin camp here. In the camp, there is a single wooden watchtower. On the platform that leads into the watchtower, you will find the Lost Marble. There are a lot of enemies in this area so it may be a good idea to clean them out as you go in, otherwise, you risk getting overwhelmed.

Where To Find Lost Marbles In Weepwild Dankness In Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands
You can find the second one at this location, it’s near the end of the area so you will have to progress through it to reach this spot. At this exact spot, there is a small ammo chest with a pulsating vine reaching behind it. The vine leads up to two mushroom platforms a short distance away. Climb the vine past the two mushrooms and to a plateau at the end. You’ll find the second Lost Marble here.

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