A stone tower with a winding path rests on the ground next to a waterfall and a tall tree in Remnant 2.
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How to complete the Endaira’s End Wind Tower puzzle in Remnant 2

How's your music theory?

Among the various mysteries of the Remnant 2 world, the Yaesha Realm’s Wind Tower in Endaira’s End can be confusing. But with a bit of cave diving and symbol matching, you’ll be back on your way to slaying gods in no time.

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Wind Tower puzzle location in Endaira’s End in Remnant 2

A player runs across a stone path to a tower in a jungle in Remnant 2.
The Wind Tower is an easy-to-solve puzzle. Screenshot by Dot Esports

The Wind Tower is found in Endaira’s End inside the Yaesha Realm, and it’s entirely optional. Not the puzzle type? Don’t worry; you don’t have to complete this if you don’t want to, but for a chance to pick up two unique Rings, you’ll need to climb the tower in a particular way. This puzzle offers two different rewards: one for solo players and one for a co-op duo. It’s best to bring a friend along and pick up both at the same time.

You’ll come across an open stone area and a winding tower covered in moss. A staircase winds up to the top of the tower, and on each “level,” there’s an open door to the center. Don’t jump into it; you’ll die from the fall damage if you jump from too high.

Tip: Find Endaira’s End easily

If you’re having trouble locating Endaira’s End in Yaesha, you can reroll the entire location until the area is easy to find

There will be stone tablets on the ground with a symbol at every entry point. When you stand on the tablet, a musical sound will play in the updraft of air in the center of the tower. Keep track of these symbols because you’ll need them to solve the puzzle.

Wind Tower puzzle solution in Endaira’s End in Remnant 2

The goal of the puzzle is to stand on each symbol in the tower in a specific order. By all means, if you want to take a guess, go for it. Simply stand on the tablet until you hear the musical note. You will likely be wrong, but don’t worry: the solution sits in a nearby cave.

Read the notes in the hidden cave

Jump down the ledge to the southeast of the tower in front of the waterfall, and you’ll find an opening in the rock leading to a chest and a table with a book. Opening the book, you’ll see hand-drawn art and four symbols.

These are the same symbols on each tablet in the tower. Note the order from left to right; this is the order you’ll need to stand on to complete the puzzle. On the second page, you’ll see two sets of symbols. This is the order you’ll need for the co-op reward.

Stand on the symbols in order

Return to the tower and find the first symbol in your order.

  1. Stand on it and wait for the musical note. It should take about two or three seconds to play.
  2. Then, move to the next symbol and repeat the process.
Tip: The more the merrier!

If you’re completing this with a duo, you’ll have to time your step with your partner and complete each individual line of the book at the same time.

A character runs up a path of a tower with a symbol on stone selected with a red box.
The symbols you need will be on the ground. Screenshot by Dot Esports

If done correctly, the background music will swell, the color of the updraft will change to green, and a small pedestal will rise from the ground to the left of the tower. There, your prize awaits.

Rewards for the Wind Tower Puzzle

The rewards for the Wind Tower Puzzle are two unique Rings, which you can get both if you play with an ally.

If you complete the puzzle solo, it will get you the Wind Hollow Circlet Ring, which boosts reload speed by 12 percent. Completing the duo puzzle with a friend will get you the Band Band, one more ring that provides the following benefits:

  • Increase the Speed of Revive and being Revived by 35 percent.
  • Boost Downed Health and Downed Movement Speed by 100 percent.

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Weekend editor for Dot Esports. Nick, better known as Taffy, began his esports career in commentary, switching to journalism with a focus on Oceanic esports, particularly Counter-Strike and Dota. Email: nicholas@dotesports.com