Mortal Kombat 11 Krypt How to Lower Wooden Bridge

The Wooden Bridge in MK11 Krypt is an obstacle you have to solve. The MK11 Krypt Wooden Bridge has been confusing some players, who, one assumes, have run into it before acquiring the correct tool to solve it. The puzzle is, in fact, pretty simple, if you have what you need to take care of it. Our Mortal Kombat 11 Krypt How to Lower Wooden Bridge is going to explain exactly how to solve the bridge puzzle, and what you need to do it.

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Mortal Kombat 11 Krypt How to Lower Wooden Bridge
Mortal Kombat 11 Krypt How to Lower Wooden Bridge

How to Lower Wooden Bridge in MK11 Krypt?

To lower the Wooden Bridge in the MK11 Krypt, you first have to get Scorpion’s Spear. For detailed instructions on how to do that, check out our Mortal Kombat 11 Scorpion’s Spear Location in Krypt guide. Here’s the TL;DR: You have to find the Cracked Horn of Motaro. Use it to open the door to Goro’s Lair. Go through it until you find Goro’s dead body, and head down the corridor to the right of his throne. At the end of that corridor, you’ll find Scorpion’s Spear.

Once you get the spear, the game is immediately going to teach you how to use it. When you’re close to a fire pot above, you’ll get a button prompt to shoot the spear. The Wooden Bridge has two such fire pots above it. So, it’s fairly obvious what you have to do, right? Approach the Wooden Bridge (since you’re here, I assume that you’ve already solved the Lower Courtyard puzzle). When you look in the general direction of either of the fire pots, you’ll get a button prompt. Destroy both fire pots, and the bridge will drop. Continue on your way; or should I say, Kontinue.

In case something else in MK11 is giving you trouble, check out some of our other guides, including MK11 Dragon Amulet Location and Mortal Kombat 11 Pay Tribute To The Gods – Kronika’s Amulet.

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