Red Gargoyle Barriers Tiny Tina's Wonderlands

One of the main new features in Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands, compared to other Borderlands games, is the overworld. Wonderlands is essentially a fictional tabletop RPG, called Bunkers & Badasses. And as such, the game’s map is represented by the said overworld. We use it to traverse the fictional world of the game. Many things there are rather straightforward. Yet, for some things some players are not sure what they need to do, such as Red Gargoyle Barriers. If you don’t know how to pass this red mist barrier, this guide will explain what you need to do.

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Red Gargoyle Barriers Tiny Tina's Wonderlands
What do you need to do in order to pass these red mist barriers?

How to Open Red Gargoyle Barriers in Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands

Red Gargoyle Barriers can be found in the overworld, but players are not given any clue on how to open them. It seems that there is a mechanism that will let you pass the Red Gargoyle Barriers, but what do you need to do? The game doesn’t tell you this, thus many players are confused. This is especially the case for the completionists who like to complete every challenge and collect every trophy in the game. The thing is, this is connected to one of the last side quests in the endgame after you complete the main story.

Red Gargoyle Barriers Tiny Tina's Wonderlands
This quest giver is the key!

The quest is called “Destruction Rains From The Heavens”. You will be able to receive this quest in the last Overworld area just before Fearamid. The quest giver is located near Necropol City, more precisely – near a red ritual circle. You will spot the NPC standing atop a sand dune. Check out the image above for the exact location. He will ask you to collect idol pieces for him, and for that, he will give you an upgrade to your melee. And this upgrade will allow you to break the red barriers.

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