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Jedi Fallen Order: Tomb of Miktrull Glass Container Puzzle Solution & Guide

The Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order Miktrull puzzle solution isn't the most difficult in the game, but it can still give seasoned players trouble.

Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order Miktrull Puzzle Solution Glass Container Guide

Among the many puzzles in Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, the second one - the Tomb of Miktrull glass container puzzle - is one of the most interesting, and takes place on the planet Zeffo. Zeffo will be familiar to players by the time they reach this puzzle, as it also contains the Tomb of Eilram sphere puzzle, which is an introduction to the kind of puzzles in Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order that also makes it very obvious how to proceed and which abilities will need to be put to the test. Luckily for those looking for a challenge, the Tomb of Miktrull puzzle is a step up from the introductory-level construction of Tomb of Eilram, and can actually be frustrating enough that it's worth looking into a guide to help save time.

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After players have already progressed to Zeffo in Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, they must continue through the world after navigating towards getting the Force Pull ability to clean up the only real challenging puzzle in the entire level. It's not the most exciting level layout, given the fact that it's still very much at the beginning of Cal Kestis' journey, so knocking out the Tomb of Miktrull glass container puzzle in one go isn't necessarily a challenge, but it can be frustrating for players unfamiliar with some of the game's puzzle mechanics -  a distinct possibility given how early it appears in the game.

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While traveling through the Tomb of Miktrull, players will notice a glass container with a golden sphere in it. When they first reach it, they can use Force Pull to target the winch nearby, which will raise the glass jar up and expose a group of roots that are holding the chain together. At this point in Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, players will have learned that the roots are flammable, and they'll need to ignite them once more to progress. Luckily, across the gap, there are a cluster of braziers already lit for that purpose.

Jedi Fallen Order Tomb of Miktrull Glass Container Solution

Tomb of Miktrull Brazier

The tricky part of the Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order Tomb of Miktrull puzzle is that once players have gathered a brazier, they can't jump across the chasm again - and the water in the area will prevent Cal from simply throwing it at the roots. Instead, players need to get creative.

Cal needs to use a button on the pedestal that activates a giant magnet on the wall. Once active, players can cross the gap and grab a brazier, which is made of metal. Cal can then throw the brazier towards the magnet, which will cause the brazier to stick to the wall and remain lit. Players can then jump back to the main platform in the level and use Force Pull on the brazier to bring it back to them, successfully avoiding the two pitfalls of the level.

After that, players simply need to chuck the brazier at the roots, setting them ablaze and causing the container to fall from the ceiling and shatter. Players will then be able to push a switch on the golden sphere that allows them to raise the Tomb of Miktrull spire and continue their quest.

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Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is available now on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.

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