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  • eekster72
    Original poster 4 posts

    I have completed the game but it would not give me the 2nd clue to uncover The Sickle. I have killed all the Zealots, which is where the clue is to be found, but did not get it and have no way to finish killing all of The Order.

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  • eekster72
    Original poster 4 posts

    I have reloaded game several times and went to spot in market where The Sickle is supposed to be, but she never appears. Was hoping to be able to just kill her and move on, but no luck.

  • VanadiumCobalt
    317 posts

    @eekster72 Did you find the clue in the salt camp Essexe on the coast?

  • eekster72
    Original poster 4 posts

    @vanadiumcobalt Yes I did, I have killed Zealot Woden but it did not give me clue from him. I killed him early on in game, but his body is still where I left it. I have tried to hide his body and reload game several times to try to get him to despawn (this is what I think is keeping The Sickle from spawning) but can't get him out of game world. I have killed all other Order of Ancients except 3: The Sickle, which in turn opens The Rake, which opens The Father. So because of this glitch I cannot 100% complete game!! Frustrating!!

  • VanadiumCobalt
    317 posts

    @eekster72 Hmmm. Try setting a trap on him where guards patrol the roads, see if that resets him.

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