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How to Get to the Ivory Ravine in Octopath Traveler 2

What lurks within the ravine?

by Daphne Fama

If you want to complete the Wildlands quest, The Missing Girl, there’s only one place you need to go: the Ivory Ravine. But getting to it can be a little difficult. Here’s how to get to the Ivory Ravine in Octopath Traveler 2.

How to Get to the Ivory Ravine in Octopath Traveler 2

There are numerous dungeons scattered around the world of Octopath Traveler 2 and no one would blame you for missing this one as you make your way to the far-flung town of Gravell. Sometimes, all you want to see is an inn and a save point. So, here’s how to find the Ivory Ravine.

If you’ve already been to Gravell, exit the town left and enter the Western Gravell Wilds. Head down the stairs and then left, past the Merchant. You’ll cross a rope bridge and see another set of stairs. Descend them, then cross the rope bridge to your left. Head south down the next set of stairs, then turn right and cross the rope bridge.

The ladder just behind the bridge will lead you to the Ivory Ravine

On this bridge, you can actually see our goal: a bridge that descends into the chasm. At the end of the bridge, go up and then down the bridge. Once you reach the bottom of the bridge, you’ll be at the entrance of the Ivory Ravine, a level 50 dungeon.

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This dungeon has a number of great chests, including one that has the Giant’s Club, a staff that has a brutal physical attack stat of +328. This is a great option for your Armsmaster, and it raises the potency of physical attacks to boot. Elven Mist, a bow, is nothing to sneeze at either and can also be found here. This bow offers +325 elemental attack and +293 physical attack.

If you’re curious about how to complete all the side stories Octopath has to offer, check out our comprehensive guide here: Octopath Traveler 2 – All Side Stories Guide.

Daphne Fama

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