How to Get into the Kloros Guild in Forspoken

When the door doesn't work...

Forspoken has loads of collectibles and side activities to discover as you parkour around the world of Athia. Many of these are straightforward, while some are far more obtuse. Here’s how to get into the Kloros Guild in Forspoken.

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How to Get into the Kloros Guild in Forspoken

The Kloros Guild is found in Praenost. If you try to enter the main door, you’ll notice a little wolf icon and a lock symbol. This is because enemies are nearby, and you can’t enter; however, enemies come from within the guild tower itself. So you’ll need to find a new way in.

You’ll notice some rocks to your left, and you’ll have to climb up them and look for the balcony on the left side of the tower. Here is where you’ll be able to do some fancy footwork and make your way inside through the top level.

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If you’re having trouble reaching them, wait until you’ve defeated Tanta Silas and obtain the Zip power-up. This will allow you to attach to the orange crystals and shoot yourself into the sky. It’s an easy way to gain some extra height if needed.

Once you’re inside, head all the way down to the main entrance and defeat the blue nightmare in the main foyer. Once it’s defeated, you’ll be rewarded with a nail pattern and a chest. Collect your rewards and head to your next objective. You’ll come across a lot of guilds in the game, and many have a secret to enter.

Well, that’s everything you need to know about how to get into the Kloros Guild in Forspoken. For more tips, tricks, and guides on the game, be sure to check out Prima Games. We have plenty of helpful Forspoken guides, such as How to get Shore Violets, one of the game’s many collectibles.

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