Remnant: From the Ashes – Bell Puzzles

All bell puzzles are located in Yaesha (the last map)!

Pan Flute Bell Puzzle

  • Number the bells from left to right
  • With the left-most bell as 1 and the right most being 5 
  • Solution: 3-4-5-3-2-1

When you get it right the pan would give a OMG expression, and a pedestral will rise to present the Heart of the Wolf ring.

Red Doe Bell Puzzle

If you were to number the bells from left to right, with the left-most bell being 1 and the right-most bell being 5, this is how the solution would look: 5-4-3-3-4-1-2-3-2-1. Once you complete the puzzle, a pedestal will rise from the middle, and you will be able to loot the Scavenger’s Bauble. This is an amulet, and it increases the amount of scrap picked up in the world by 25%

Ravager Bell Puzzle

If we were to map out the bells with numbers from the entrance: right bell is 1, left bell is 2, center bell is 3, back left bell is 4, back right bell is 5. Following that layout, the solution for the Ravager Bells would be: 5-1-5-1-2-3-4-1. You have to do this relatively quickly, especially if you aren’t in a group that can help hit the bells. If you do it too slowly, it won’t trigger and you’ll have to try again. If you do it correctly you’ll gain experience and some dialogue will play. After that, go talk to the big wolf named Ravager in the cave. He will reward you with the Stalker’s Claw which you can bring back to Ward 13 to have the Scar of the Jungle God melee weapon created!

Swiftness trait reward

We’ve previously covered Yaesha bell puzzles, concerning other assorted rewards such as the Scavenger Trait. The good news is that, unlike the items detailed in the guide above, you can get the Swiftness Trait reward on any of the bell puzzle locations, so your chances of getting Swiftness are greatly improved right off the bat.

Once you’re at one of the bell puzzle spots, all you need to do is to input the correct bell sequence: 1-1-3-4-1-1-3-2. That’ll net you the Swiftness Trait, and you’ll be good to go.

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