GW2 Riddle of the Weaver - Warpblade Quest

Riddle of the Weaver Ring is one of the items you can pick up in Guild Wars 2: Path of Fire. It’s a part of the Warpblade quest. It’s hidden away in Transcendent Bay, and hidden pretty well. You will need two different mounts, and do some portal hopping. Since it’s so difficult to find, we’ve put together these instructions on where to find Riddle of the Weaver in Path of Fire.

GW2 Riddle of the Weaver - Warpblade Quest
GW2 Riddle of the Weaver – Warpblade Quest

How to Get Riddle of the Weaver Ring in Path of Fire?

Getting the Riddle of the Weaver ring does involve exploring around Transcendent Bay (west of Brightwater Inlet) while riding your Jackal mount, but there’s a whole lot more to it. The problem is, the jackal probably won’t be enough to pull this off. You really should have a Skimmer mount, as well. Moreover, you’ll have to boost both mounts with Mastery Points. This is because you’ll need your Skimmer up to Ride the Wind, and the Jackal up to Shifting Sands. Once you’re done with that, you can head over to the Desert Highlands area, Brightwater Inlet, more specifically, and see what Transcendent Bay has to offer.What you’re looking for in Transcendent Bay are the Discarded Vessels, which are basically gigantic pots. One of them is on its side, and you can go inside. That’s where your Skimmer comes into play. You’ll have to ride it inside. Inside is pretty beautiful, and there’s a platform in the middle with a chest on it. Hop off the Skimmer and onto the platform. Now, summon your Jackal. Shifting Sands allows your mount to cross through sand portals, so that’s exactly what you should do. The portal will take you inside of the other, second-largest pot. You’ll find a Mastery Point there, and a chest. Open it, and you’re done with Riddle of the Weaver.

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