Pathfinder: Kingmaker is an isometric single player game developed by Publisher Deep Silver and Developer Owlcat Games. It is a game where players role-play and control several characters.
When you start the game, you will come across a host of characters on an adventure to the Stolen Lands who intend to start their own Kingdom when they reach their destination. During your journey, you will be involved in several battles; you will conquer multiple regions and create new strongholds. In addition, you will make certain high-level decisions that will influence your story and shape your journey in the game.
As you progress further, you have to unlock a number of secrets by solving different puzzles and completing as many missions as you can. One of such puzzles is the Pathfinder: Kingmaker Jamandi Aldori Statue/Prologue which you’ll find at the beginning of the game in Jamandi Aldori’s mansion. If you are able to solve this puzzle, you will be granted access to two secret rooms in the mansion.
The puzzles in Pathfinder: Kingmaker are not easy to solve. Unfortunately, the game does not proffer any instruction or hint that can help you complete its puzzles. As such, you have to figure out how to solve them on your own.
In this article, we will guide you on how to solve the Pathfinder: Kingmaker Jamandi Aldori Statue/Prologue puzzle.
Pathfinder: Kingmaker Jamandi Aldori Statue/Prologue Puzzle
The Pathfinder: Kingmaker Jamandi Aldori Statue/Prologue puzzle involves six statues which you’ll find in the left (upper) room as well as the right (lower) room of Jamandi Aldori’s mansion.
The upper room has four statues; number them from the southwestern end to the northeastern end in the following manner:
- First statue at the left – 1
- Second statue from the left – 2
- Third statue from the left – 3
- Fourth statue from the left – 4
The lower room has two statues, which you should also number from the southwestern end to the northeastern end in the following manner:
- First statue at the left – 5
- Second statue from the left – 6
All these statues have a sword in their hands. Half of them have their swords raised up, while the other half have their swords down.
You can interact with all of them, which is vital as interacting with a statue will cause some others raise their swords up or down. To complete the puzzle, your task is to ensure they all have their swords either raised up or down.
The problem, however, is that when you interact with a statue, the others will change the positioning of their swords.
Solution to the Puzzle
To open the doors to these secret rooms, you have to interact with the statues to make them all either raise or lower their swords.
To open the secret door in the left (upper) room, interact with the statues in the following order:
Statue 3, Statue 6, Statue 4, Statue 3, and Statue 5.
To open the secret door in the right (lower) room, interact with the statues in the following order:
Statue 6, then Statue 1.
There you have it.