The trials in Reverse: 1999’s Chapter 2 will be much easier this go around than it was before. Without having to delve further into the story or investigate the vast amount of documents you receive in this game, these puzzles will be a cinch.
All Trials in Chapter 2 Listed
Once players have completed a stage in the story chapters of Reverse: 1999, specific challenges dubbed as Trials will begin to appear in different story sections throughout the chapter. Trials can be anything from a simple puzzle that requires you to complete a minigame to trials that can be achieved by inserting the correct answer to the chapter’s question.
Trials can be found by the golden icon that pops up depending on which story segment you select. This may mean clicking through each part in the chapter to find the golden icon or by referring to the list of trials below and where to find them.
2-3 The Door with Wet Paint
The paint on this door has yet to dry. The black paint is really out of place, and it is obvious that the original color was bright orange. You knocked, but there was no response. A sign that read “Not Yet” was placed on the door.
Submit the Tiny Key received from clearing 2-15.
2-4 Self-Defense Guide
A noisy critter is wandering by the road, giving out flyers, and you attempt to give it a hand.
Solve the puzzle by visiting all of the tiny soot creatures and avoiding the Forest, Canyon, and other natural disasters on the path. Scroll through the images above for the solution.
2-6 A Door on the Trail to the Garden
A wooden door entwined with thorns. Don’t touch it. the thorns will hurt anyone, including the wooden door itself.
Submit the Garden Key received from clearing 2-12.
How Do You Find the Answers for the Trials in Reverse: 1999 – Answered
The Trial solutions can be tricky to find, especially when they come in the form of a question posed about some random fact within the game, for the trials that come in the form of a question. Other trials can be puzzles and are relatively easy to solve, and the last type of Trial requires an item to be used to complete the mission. These items can be discovered by completing significant portions of the Chapter, so it’s recommended not to solve the Trials until the chapter is completed.
For example, a lot of the answers that can be found for Chapter One’s riddles can actually be found in Chapter Two, with Sotheby explaining to Sonetto some of the items hanging in her mansion, which is how you get the Quiet Ravenheart answer. And for the Chapter 2 trial answers, most of the items used to solve them can be found in the later missions within Chapter 2.
So, for the future, it’s recommended to read a few chapters ahead of the current Trial Chapter answers you’re looking for before attempting to solve. Or you can always refer to these articles for easy Clear Drops! To make sure you’ve already gotten the rewards from Chapter 1, be sure to hop over to this article for the Trial Answers, and for more guides on Reverse: 1999, visit the game tag just below.