Happiness Reigns is a riddle in South Park: The Fractured But Whole. You’ll get it during the main quest, To Catch A Coon, and it starts when Conner gives you a phone call and delivers the sentence you’re supposed to decipher. The text will point you towards a certain place in town, where you’ll have to do a specific thing. The puzzle isn’t too difficult, especially if you’re used to solving them, but there are no quest markers during this step, so you might need some help. If that’s the case, you’ll be glad to know we’ve prepared a guide with the South Park Fractured But Whole Happiness Reigns riddle solution.
I am a place where seats hang from chains, part desert, part jungle, where happiness reigns
When you know what the place the riddle points to, the clues are pretty obvious: the “seats hanging from chains” are the swing sets, the “desert” is the sand box, and the “jungle” probably refers to the jungle gym, a staple of children’s playgrounds around the world. The answer is the playground. If you haven’t been there yet, you can find it in the far east part of town, directly north of Stan’s house. It shares space with the basketball court, which might be easier to spot from the map view.
Now that you know the location, you should head there and look for a woman in a blue shirt. She’s not someone who’s usually there, so finding her shouldn’t be too hard – she’ll definitely look out of place. Once you’ve found her, pose for a selfie with her. This will progress the quest and bring back the blessed, glorious quest markers. You’ll be able to continue the main mission, hopefully without further troubles.