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  • vasilisp7
    Original poster 5 posts

    Hi to everyone!
    I finished the game and I'm having trouble with a small chest in WIncestre inside the watermill. The chest is not required for completion of the area, but nontheless I want to access it and I do not know how. The watermill has a barred door and I can't open it or find another way inside. Can someone shed a light on my problem?
    The chest in question is the one circled red in the picture below.
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  • AlphaGoose46219
    158 posts

    @vasilisp7 Think this is the one you must trow a burning torch at the door and a explosion will follow, you can see oil spoils on the floor.

  • vasilisp7
    Original poster 5 posts

    @alphagoose46219 Thanks for relpying and trying to help, but unfortunately this did not worked. I literally burned the whole watermill but the latch on the door didn't break.
    Also there aren't any oil spoils on the floor in front of the door, only scattered hay.

  • LedoveeeKladivo
    64 posts

    @vasilisp7

    there is usuall triangular entrance under the roof (same as in other houses around the world). It can be easily overlook, just look closely, its a little hidden in shadow 😉

  • vasilisp7
    Original poster 5 posts

    @ledoveeekladivo Thank you very muc my friend! It was indeed that small triangular entrance and I could not see it!!! It's funny though because I found a lot of other houses around the world with the same entrance, but I could not locate this one. It was my final chest!

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