Often asked: Pathfinder Kingmaker Where Do I Get Mudleaf For The Swamp Bouquet?

Does Mudleaf Respawn Pathfinder kingmaker?

According to posts elsewhere on the internet (not recent) the mudleaf plants do respawn, but it takes > 1 in game year. Beyond that, the plants in question may respawn, but not until an in-game year has passed.

Where can I get Gloomberry?

Gloomberry: You’ll find these in the northwestern corner of the map, near where three Giant Slugs prowl. Kill them and you’ll be free to loot several Gloomberries in the area.

Does Mudleaf regrow?

Yes they do grow back, I had the same thing happen in my first game.

Where is the Scythe Tree Pathfinder kingmaker?

Scythe-tree can be found at a southeast region, near the ruins of a village. Its weakness is fire. Kill the Scythe-tree and report to Tiressia.

Where do you get Mudleaf?

You can pick mudleaf in Swamp Witch’s Hut.

Where is the swamp witch kingmaker?

Description. ”An old abandoned village on the southeast bank of the Tuskwater is the domain of the mysterious crone known to travelers as the Old Beldame. Most of the locals believe the old woman to be a witch. Her dilapidated hut squats in the middle of the fetid marsh that has claimed the ruins of the old settlement

How do I get to Candlemere Tower?

Backtrack to the north where you found the Dirty Travel Log and search the cliff near the corpse to find a spot you can climb. This will get you up to the tower, albeit to the north of where you’d be if you made it through the secret route.

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Can you save TIG?

Tig is the subject of the quest Lost Child. Once he is found in the Lizardfolk Village, Tig may be freed either by convincing Lizardfolk King Vesket to release him through a [Lawful] or [Evil] check, bargaining with Count Shimmerglow, or by bringing Kagar to reveal Count Shimmerglow.

Where is Narlmarches?

The Narlmarches, also known as the Narlmarch Woods, bifurcate the Stolen Lands. The Narlmarches spreads across the lowlands of the region and feature craggy hills, lazy streams, deep ravines, and a great variety of trees, including oak, beech, and rushleaf.

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