Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous is the newest release from developer Owlcat Games. Throughout the game’s many quests there are quite a few problems that you’ll need to solve in order to progress. Whether that’s in the form of a battle or a more thought-provoking puzzle. So we’ve put together a quick guide for the Grey Garrison Statue Puzzle, if you’re in need of some help.
Finding the Statue
First things first, the puzzle in question can be found in the Grey Garrison which is located in Kenabres. This location can be a pretty challenging one as it’s full of demons and cultists. So make sure your party is fully healed up and ready to go before entering the area. Once you’ve taken care of the enemies, look for a room that has 6 statues located on opposite sides of the wall. It’ll be found on the eastern side of the Grey Garrison. At the end of the room there will be an altar with a book laid on top of it. Read the book, and you’ll find a poem that is key to solving the puzzle in this room.
Solving the Puzzle
If you don’t want to mess around trying to figure out the puzzle or can’t be bothered to solve it, here is the solution.
Each statue will play a sound when you interact with it. The trick here is that you have to interact with each statue in a specific order. Position the camera so the altar is to the south (behind the character portraits) and interact with the statues in this order: Bottom left, middle right, bottom right, top right, middle left and top left.
Once you’ve done this a door will reveal itself to the left of the altar. As you make your way inside you’ll see a few weapon racks that you can loot for some potentially good gear. You can also find a chest right at the back of the room that should hold some good loot as well.
That’s been our guide to the Grey Garrison Statue Puzzle in Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous. If it helped you out at all, be sure to let us know about it in the comments below. Thanks for reading!