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Pokémon Legends: Arceus – Snowpoint Temple Guide

A simple but annoying puzzle? We got you!

Updated: Nov 10, 2022 10:34 am
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This is part of our ongoing Pokemon Legends: Arceus guide series, with everything to do with the game and more – including Pokemon Go – all living in our dedicated hubs for the games

This entire section of the game is incredibly easy, with no real guide to the area other than to keep watch out for an errant Zubat and the Bronzor and Bronzong that live in there. Go straight up the stairs for the first time and solve the puzzle of the Regis. 

The top floor is what you need to be worried about, as an Alpha Gallade lurks amongst the two Ralts. 

For one of the only real puzzles in the entire game, this one is more of an annoyance than a good time. Each statue of the Regis in the temple are aimed at each other, so following their line (lines?) of sight and working your way back to the last one in the room or corridor is how to solve this without actually looking at the answers below. 

However, you can always just use the following to get through it immediately and get through one of the slowest portions of the game much quicker than intended.
For the first puzzle, the order is Rock, Steel, Ice. Following on from that you need to input Ice, Rock, Steel, Rock, Ice. The final one is Steel, Ice, Rock, Ice, Steel, Rock.

For more on Pokemon Legends: Arceus, be sure to check out our review of the game, as well as the many guides we’re either working on or have published! If there’s something you need help with, drop a comment below. 

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