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How to Solve The Riddle of Rumination in Dragon’s Dogma 2

Dragon’s Dogma 2 is a single-player action role-playing game where you can choose your experience.

Customize your appearance, vocation, party, and how you tackle situations.

The explorable fantasy world awaits where you’ll be joined by beings known as Pawns.

The elements are elevated through physics technology and artificial intelligence.

Approach combat the way you want by wielding swords, bows, or using magic.

In this guide, you’ll learn how to solve The Riddle of Rumination (answer or solution) in Dragon’s Dogma 2.

How to Solve The Riddle of Rumination in Dragon’s Dogma 2

Riddle: It’s ever the first we keep fond in our breast, and ever the first that eclipses the rest. You know of the Seeker’s Tokens, I trust? Those keepsakes of a fondly remembered journey? Yet where was it that you found your first? Retrace your steps, if you can—you might make a new discovery. Seven days, shall we say, ere you return? May your journey be a pleasant one.

Solution: Find the Finder’s Token at the location of the first Seeker Token you found and deliver it to the Sphinx (an example of where you can find one is north of the campsite near Melve).

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