Conundrum Unsolved Puzzle Pathfinder Wrath of the Righteous

Pathfinder Wrath of the Righteous Conundrum Unsolved puzzle is one of a countless number of puzzles that you’ll have to solve over the course of the game. In the grand scheme of things, this particular one is not one of the hardest, far from it, but it can still trip up some of you. If so, then you should learn the basics of puzzles like these as soon as possible. In our Conundrum Unsolved Puzzle Pathfinder Wrath of the Righteous, we’ll explain how to solve this puzzle.

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Conundrum Unsolved Puzzle Pathfinder Wrath of the Righteous

How to Solve Pathfinder Wrath of the Righteous Conundrum Unsolved Puzzle

EDIT: I’ve completely bungled this one up, as pointed out by the comments. To solve the Conundrum Unsolved puzzle in Pathfinder Wrath of the Righteous, you do have to collect the slabs from the vases in the room first. The next step is to place the outer pieces, which all have a distinct shape that fits their respective holes in the floor. That part is not much of a problem. However, as pointed out by Righteous Tim below (thank you, Tim), the middle part is tricky. There are two rules here. The first one is that you have to lay the pieces like dominoes, meaning that you have to have two symbols touching each other. The second rule is that you have to have the outer symbols inside the same row in the middle. They don’t have to be touching each other, but they do have to be there. The screenshot below will show you what the inner circle is supposed to look like. I apologize for messing this guide up. Original text follows.

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Puzzle solution

To solve the Conundrum Unsolved puzzle in Pathfinder Wrath of the Righteous, you basically just need to place the slabs with white symbols into the correct slots in the ground. You’ll get all the slabs you need from the vase-like containers at the edges of the room. Once you have all the slabs in the inventory, it’s time to start placing them. This is basically the simplest part. All you need to do is interact with each of the slots and then place the appropriate tile.

Basically, when you click on a slot in the ground, the game will show you exactly which slab is supposed to go in it. You just have to slide it from your inventory into the little box on the left and click “Apply.” Rinse and repeat until all the tiles are in the right place, and you’ll solve the Pathfinder Wrath of the Righteous Conundrum Unsolved puzzle. I literally don’t think that there’s a way to mess it up, the game makes it nigh-impossible. If you still can’t figure it out for whatever reason, you can see the solution below. When you complete the puzzle, a ghost will appear, and you’re on your own from there.

if you need help with anything else in the game, we’ve got several other guides you can check out. Among others, we’ve written articles like Maze Key Location – Shield Maze Hosilla Key, Companions in Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous, and Clear the Blockage – Shadow Demon. We’ve got more coming, so stay tuned.

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  1. N

    Depending on what you put into 2 of the slots, you have limited options in the other two slots, but no, the game doesn’t “tell you”, it’s a puzzle. You guessed correctly, like I did the first time I did it – but I had to reload and now I’m stuck on it – there are at least 16 possible combinations of tiles.

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      Halavander Drake

      Four, actually. Because the puzzle requires you to match the ends of the tiles – it’s a game of dominos. So your choices are set depending on which first tile you picked. But yeah, this “guide” is totally wrong – and wrong conceptually. It’s not a puzzle if the game solves it for you.

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        Halavander Drake

        OOPS! I stand corrected! There are EIGHT possible choices technically, because the puzzle allows you to put the dominoes in each way – depending on which one of the “hand” buttons you pick – after that, the game won’t let you place a tile that doesn’t match the end of the tile before it (which is why some buttons will show you an empty stash when you click on them.) The game gives you clues with the two tiles that you can’t remove once placed – these tiles are the keys to determining which tile you start with.

        So the solution to the puzzle is to pick the starting tile whose symbols match one of the symbols in the keys next to it. There’s only one that can do both, and you can see it in the picture for the guide – incidentally, it’s not upside down. =)

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    Righteous Tim

    Yes, as others have pointed out, the description is pretty bad. Here’s how to solve the puzzle:

    1. Place the outer pieces (with strange shapes) in the outer slots. Those will only got into the correct slots, and cannot be removed.
    2. The pieces in the middle “loop” must follow these rules:
    2.1 Each middle piece’s symbol must match the symbols on its adjacent pieces (i.e., like in domino), ignoring the outer ones.
    2.2 The symbols that appear on the outer pieces must also appear in the loop, in the same row / column at those outer pieces. So if you call the symbols on the outer piece “A” and “B”, there must be an “A” and “B” in the central loop, in line with the outer ones. None that, for the middle row, there will be a gap between the symbols (i.e., each symbol indicated by the outer piece will be on a different side of the central piece).

    That second rule (not mentioned anywhere in this article) is the key to understanding the puzzle.

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