Lies of P Broken Baby Puppet Item

If you want to know what to do with the Lies of P Broken Baby Puppet item, you’ve come to the right place. In this guide, we are going to explain what the Baby Puppet is for, where to bring it, and what to do with it. Then, we will talk about where the Broken Baby Puppet is, just in case you’re having trouble finding it. Let’s get into it.

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Lies of P Broken Baby Puppet Item

What to Do with Broken Baby Puppet Item in Lies of P

You need take the item called Broken Baby Puppet to a specific NPC in Lies of P. She is only known as Weeping Woman, and if you want to know more about the whole side quest (especially the Truth or Lie choice at the end), check out our Weeping Woman Truth or Lie Choice guide. To reach her, start from the Stargazer inside the house in Elysion Boulevard. It’s near the Wandering Merchant. From the Stargazer, head right, then hang a right again on the balcony and walk across the plank. Keep going in that direction, across the metal rooftop, then turn left and run past the red butterfly and across the narrow metal part. Go left and through the hole in the wall, then proceed right and out of the room. Stand on the platform on your left. That shadow in the window is the Weeping Woman.

And there you go, that’s what you do with the Lies of P Broken Baby Puppet item. After you hand the baby over to the Weeping Woman, you can either lie to her or tell her the truth, which will both affect your ending and the rewards you get. And if you’re here because you don’t know where the Baby Puppet is: start from the Krat City Hall Stargazer. Go down the stairs into the plaza, head left and up the stairs to the fountain, then up the stairs behind the fountain. Hang a right, to where the big brute is. The baby is the item glinting in the far left corner.

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