NARAKA: BLADEPOINT – Red Rarity Soul Jade Puzzle (Perdoria Map)

Solving the Puzzle for the red Rarity Soul Jade

Solving the puzzle for the red Rarity Soul Jade & Keeping some important things in mind.

  • Red Soul Jade puzzle located at Arcadia, central Northern POI.
  • Big blue crystal under middle area in Arcadia.
  • Gather seven Thunder coins scattered around Arcadia.
  • Thunder coins take physical inventory space.
  • Coins can spawn on altars, bookshelves, ground, or in plant vases.
  • Deposit Thunder coins near the blue crystal to light fires around it.
  • Crystal breaks and spits out vulpine Essence after depositing coins.
  • Vulpine Essence is a stronger version of mortal Defiance.
  • Vulpine Essence saves life, heals 1,000 health, and gives 40% damage reduction for 5 seconds.
  • Puzzle progress is shared with the lobby.
  • Enemy players can hold Thunder coins.
  • Arcadia likely to be a popular drop spot.

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Perdoria Map Tips

Some highlights of new map interactable…

  • Fortune land provides 5-minute special buff zones.
  • Rejuvenation Zone heals health and armor upon enemy kill.
  • Soul Revival Zone allows free rebirth with equipment retention.
  • Treasure monster can spawn in Fortune land zones.
  • Spring Enclave offers hot springs for health and armor healing.
  • Healing Willows provide constant health recovery and damage reduction.
  • Stone soldiers and poisonous jellyfish found in various locations.
  • Smoldering trees can be shot down for extra damage.
  • Soaring arm launchers provide quick map traversal.
  • Lava mechanisms at Skygaze Cove trigger ground lava and provide immunity buff.
  • Imperium is the central POI on Perdoria.

Mercury River:

  • Allows enhanced movement by gliding on water.
  • Crouching on water lets players move stealthily underwater.
  • Floating piles along Mercury River contain gold and green stashes.

That concludes the guide, hope you found it helpful!

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