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Ruined King: How to Open the Door to the Temple of Buhr

This section of the Ruined King: A League of Legends Story manual will teach you how to unlock the door to the Temple of Buhr.

This part of the Ruined King: A League of Legends Story manual provides a step-by-step guide to solving the puzzle in the Buhru Temple and unlocking the door with runic symbols.

Once you leave the Grey Harbor and enter the Buhru Temple, you will come across a closed door with runic symbols that cannot be opened with conventional means. However, you can open it by solving a simple puzzle.

Firstly, switch to Illoi and activate the pedestal displayed in the image above. The correct location is marked on the area’s map, so you will be able to locate the device quickly.

Next, approach the device positioned near the closed door and slide the stone plate downwards to activate the first rune on the door.

By activating the mechanism that controls the water flow inside the Buhru Temple, you have unlocked the option to pour water into the north pool. Select this option.

Descend the stairs on the left and activate the glyph plate indicated in the image above.

Return to the device in front of the door and select the option to pour water into the south pool this time.

Now, go down to the pool on the right-hand side (the staircase is located behind the pedestal) and activate the glyph plate in the location specified in the image above. The passage will open once the final glyph on the door illuminates.

FAQ

1. What is the Ruined King: The Buhru Temple puzzle?

The Ruined King: The Buhru Temple puzzle is a challenging puzzle that players have to solve in order to progress through the game. The puzzle is located in the Buhru Temple, which is an ancient temple that is filled with traps and puzzles. The puzzle itself involves a series of switches that need to be activated in a specific order in order to open a door. It is one of the most difficult puzzles in the game and requires a lot of patience and skill to complete.

2. How do I solve the Ruined King: The Buhru Temple puzzle?

The Ruined King: The Buhru Temple puzzle requires you to activate a series of switches in a specific order. The order in which you need to activate the switches is located on a mural in the temple. You need to use this mural to figure out the correct order to activate the switches. Once you have the correct order, you need to activate the switches in that order to open the door. It is important to note that if you activate the switches in the wrong order, you will have to start over from the beginning.

3. How long does it take to solve the Ruined King: The Buhru Temple puzzle?

The time it takes to solve the Ruined King: The Buhru Temple puzzle can vary depending on your skill level. Some players may be able to solve the puzzle quickly, while others may take longer. On average, it can take anywhere from 30 minutes to an hour to solve the puzzle. However, it is important to note that some players may take longer or shorter than this depending on their skill level and how quickly they are able to figure out the correct order to activate the switches.

4. What happens if I activate the switches in the wrong order in the Ruined King: The Buhru Temple puzzle?

If you activate the switches in the wrong order in the Ruined King: The Buhru Temple puzzle, the door will not open and you will have to start over from the beginning. This can be frustrating, especially if you have spent a lot of time trying to solve the puzzle. It is important to pay close attention to the mural in the temple and make sure that you are activating the switches in the correct order.

5. Is there a reward for solving the Ruined King: The Buhru Temple puzzle?

Yes, there is a reward for solving the Ruined King: The Buhru Temple puzzle. Once you have successfully opened the door, you will be able to access a new area of the temple that contains valuable treasure. This treasure can include rare items, weapons, and gold. It is well worth the effort to solve the puzzle in order to access this valuable treasure.

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