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Where To Go First In Indivisible

Where To Go First In Indivisible
Kaanul, The Iron Kingdom, and Tai Krung are all available for you to explore, but where to go first? This Where To Go First In Indivisible guide explains the best route to take when you get access to the ship, selecting regions in the correct order to maximize the amount you can explore per area.

After you complete Port Maerifa in Indivisible, you’re given access to a ship. From here, you can select which area you explore first. You can visit The Iron Kingdom, Kaanul or Tai Krung. Ultimately, the choice is yours. There’s no right or wrong way to go about it, but there is a more efficient route.

Where To Go First In Indivisible

[line style=’solid’ top=’10’ bottom=’10’ width=’100%’ height=’1′ color=’blue’] In Port Maerifa there is an Incarnation quest that unlocks Zahra, who is a really powerful bard that can boost attack, defense, and heal. If you want to unlock her first, you will want to visit the Iron Kingdom, then Kaanul, and finally Tai Krung. You don’t need to complete each of these areas, you simply head to the location, grab the quest objective for Zahra, then move on. We’ve got a guide on Zahra’s quest for some help.

Otherwise, you will want to visit Kaanul first. This gives you an ability that opens up a lot of areas in Tai Krung. After you finish Kaanul, head to Tai Krung, you can use your new arrow shot to explore a lot of areas here. Finally, head to The Iron Kingdom, as the abilities you gathered in the last two places open up the most areas here.

And that’s Where To Go First In Indivisible.

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