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Baldur’s Gate 3 Guide – How to Solve the Ruined Temple Puzzle

The Ruined Temple Mystery is one of the first major issues players face in the game’s Early Access. Undoubtedly, Baldur’s Gate 3 has its share of mysteries and hidden truths, but this puzzle definitely has a solution.

If you find the Priestess’s Diary, it will give you a series of clues to help you deal with it on your own. However, if you’re a little more impatient, read on – in this guide, we’ll share the solution to the Ruined Temple puzzle so you can quickly travel to other points of interest in Baldur’s Gate 3.

Riddle solution

The riddle in the ruined temple is associated with four intersecting circles, on the edges of which there are symbols representing the different phases of the moon. Each of the four circles can be interacted with by moving the symbols one position counterclockwise. The catch is that interacting with any circle changes the position of two symbols to the others.

To solve the riddle in the ruined temple, you need to place all four new moon symbols on the bottom circle where the beam of light falls, and all the full moon symbols on the top one.

The location of the symbols on the edges of the left and right circles, as far as we know, does not affect the solution of the puzzle. Here is the order in which the circles need to be rotated to solve the puzzle, presented in the Trophygames video linked above.

So, when a beam of light hits the bottom circle, rotate them in this order:

  • North
  • West
  • East
  • East
  • South
  • South
  • South
  • West
  • West
  • East
  • East
  • West
  • West
  • West
  • West
  • West
  • North
  • West
  • North
  • North
  • North
  • West
  • West
  • West
  • East
  • North
  • North
  • North
  • East
  • East
  • East
  • North
  • East

After doing the above, a door to the north side of the room will open, allowing you to enter the Selunite outpost.

A source: gamewatcher.com

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