In this article we will show you How to complete The Wound in the Sand side quest in Horizon Forbidden West. IGN’s Horizon Forbidden West Walkthrough for Side Quest The Wound in the Sand will take you through the whole quest beginning to end. This walkthrough will contain information on who to converse with, what to do, and any tips or deceives to assist you with defeating machines that come your direction.
How to Complete The Wound in the Sand Side Quest in Horizon Forbidden West
The Wound in the Sand is a Side Quest that you get in the Scalding Spear from Chaplain Jetakka of the Desert Clan. The Desert Clan is having issues with their main water supply, the Wound in the Sand. This quest will open up after the Main Quest The Kulrut is complete.
Aloy approaches Yarra, however Yarra is troubled to see Aloy. Yarra realizes that Aloy supported Drakka and Yarra considers Drakka one of her foes. She completely accepts that Drakka needs to challenge her order, yet Yarra needs assistance. The Wound in the Sand, a well that gives water to the Desert Clan, has gone dry and they don’t have the foggiest idea how to fix the issue.
Go to the Wound in the Sand
Follow Yarra to the Wound in the Sand. Utilize the Focus to investigate the well. Aloy will see that there are pipes leading from the well to outside of Scalding Spear. Aloy begins to follow the path. In the event that she can find the wellspring of the water, perhaps she can fix the issue.
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Horizon Forbidden West The Wound in the Sand Walkthrough
The Wound in the Sand is a Side Quest in Horizon Forbidden West (HZFW). This walkthrough will direct you through all goals of The Wound in the Sand side mission.
- Area: Arrowhand
- Quest Giver: Jetakka
- Quest Level: Level 19
Necessity: Automatically begins after completing Side Quest: Thirst for the Hunt.
Where to find The Wound in the Sand side quest in Horizon Forbidden West
You will open this side quest following completing the Thirst for the Hunt side quest that Drakka gives you. Drakka’s father, Jetakka, needs you to meet him in Scalding Spear with the goal that you can assist with fixing the tribe’s concerns. You can find him close to the focal point of town when you arrive at the area. You will likewise see a gathering gathered around.
The quest will begin with a cutscene when you show up. A while later, follow Jetakka to the top of the stages above. You will get another cutscene where you realize there is no water. The spring has completely dried out. Follow Yarra to the Wound in the Sand.
Fix the Pump
It depends on your to fix the siphon. Begin by using your Pullcaster on the metal bar and the vent cover. Utilize the edges in the space to move up to the vent. Close the valve on the other side of the vent. Bounce down and pull the level. Utilize the edges to move back up to the valve and turn it again. From that point onward, return to Yarra.
After the cutscene, return to Yarra in Scalding Spear. Converse with Rakkar. He will divert you to Yarra’s quarters. After a cutscene in Yarra’s quarters, the quest will be complete.
Complete Thirst for the Hunt
To open The Wound in the Sand, you want to complete the Thirst for the Hunt side quest in Arrowhand. Completing that side quest will promptly set off the quest.
Make a beeline for Scalding Spear
In the wake of helping Drakka in the past quest, go to Scalding Spear which is northwest. You’ll see the Scalding Spear from far because of its extraordinary examine the desert.
The Wound in the Sand
You’ll have to re-course the water once you show up toward the finish of the piping infrastructure in request to fix the siphon. Utilize your Pullcaster in the main room with the switch to bring down a shaft to hop on and open up a vent. In the following room, switch off the valve, utilize your Pullcaster to bring down another pillar, and afterward pull the switch to re-course the water. Move up the divider, onto the shaft, and open the valve. Then re-visitation of Scalding Spear to complete the side quest, and get new instructions from Jetakka.