Lies of P Feel Record

Figuring out how to get the Lies of P Feel record is no easy task. First, you have to meet an NPC that’s really easy to completely overlook. Then, you need to complete their side quest by finding a very specific item, and before finishing the mission becomes impossible. Lastly, you have to pick the right answer at the end of the quest. In this guide, we are going to show you where to find the Feel record location and how to get the song. Let’s begin!

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lies of p feel record
Lies of P Feel Record

How to Get Feel Record in Lies of P

To find the location of and get the Feel record in Lies of P, you have to do a side quest for the NPC called Weeping Woman. We give you a full, detailed breakdown of the whole process in our Weeping Woman Truth or Lie Choice guide, but we’ll give you a quick rundown here. From the Stargazer in the house on ElElysion Boulevard, go right and across the rooftops, then turn left when you reach the end of the large, metal roof. Go left into the hole in the wall, then go right. Stand on the wooden platform on your left and look in front. That is the Weeping Woman. Talk to her to begin her quest. Now it’s time to find her baby.

Ne next step to get the Feel record in Lies of P is to go to the Krat City Hall Stargazer. Head down the stairs, hang a left, up the stairs to the fountain and then the stairs behind the fountain. Go right where the big brute is. The item in the far left corner is the Broken Baby Puppet. Take that back to the Weeping Woman. She will be overcome with gratitude and ask you whether her baby is adorable. At this point, you need to lie and pick the “She’s cute baby” [sic] option. As a reward for your troubles, you’ll get the Feel record and a Clear Ergo Fragment. If you tell the truth, you’ll only get the Fragment. Once you have the record, you can listen to it in the lobby of Hotel Krat and increase your Humanity.

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