How to use the Ouija Board in Phasmophobia

Speak with the dead by learning how to use the Ouija Board and what questions to ask in Phasmophobia.

Forget the Spirit Box, if you want to have a creepy conversation with a Ghost, you should definitely learn how to use the Ouija Board in Phasmophobia. This iconic tool of spirit communication may sap your sanity, but it’ll serve as a great way to earn evidence and score some bonus cash. Below, we’ll take you through how to use the Ouija Board in Phasmophobia so you can have a sinister chat with your haunting friend.

How to use the Ouija Board in Phasmophobia

How to use the Ouija Board in Phasmophobia
 You'll need to explore each house to see if it contains a Ouija Board in Phasmophobia. 
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The Ouija Board is one of several different methods to obtain evidence depending on the type of ghost you’re up against. You can use them to ask a range of questions, but the bad news is that they appear randomly on missions, and on top of that they will also sap your sanity. 

If you find a Ouija Board while out on the job, you can use it only when it starts to glow. Try to carry the Ouija Board close to where you think the Ghost is located. You can place it on the ground or a surface when you’re in the right place. Once it has lit up like an angry Christmas tree, you can ask the Ghost a question through your microphone. If the voice recognition works and the ghost is about, it’ll spell an answer out for you.

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We’ve included a list of Ouija Board questions below, but before you go badgering every spirit you encounter, there are some things to bear in mind. Aside from the Demon, which is weak to the Ouija Board, most spirit types will dislike you using it, and will grow angrier. This will also cause your sanity to drain, which makes you a target if you don’t get back into the light and recover. Finally, you’ll gain extra cash on a job if you take a photo of an active Ouija Board. Have one player snap a photo of it when it’s lit up and you can add to your earnings.

Phasmophobia Ouija Board questions list

Phasmophobia Ouija board questions list
 
© Kinetic Games

No, we don’t count “how do you pronounce Ouija?” as a relevant question. Instead, the check the list below when you find a Ouija Board in Phasmophobia so you can ask the Ghost something of interest. Useful bits of information include asking about the Ghost room, so we suggest starting there. 

As with the Spirit Box ghost questions, you’ll want to speak slowly and clearly, and not ask lots of questions at once. The voice recognition isn’t perfect, so give the Ghost (and game) time to process what you’ve said and make a response. Sometimes it’ll make sense, sometimes it won’t. The important thing is seeing it happen.

Here are the Phasmophobia Ouija Board questions that we know of:

  • Are you old?
  • Are you young?
  • Are you alone?
  • Are we alone?
  • Are you here?
  • Are you close?
  • Are you near?
  • Is there a spirit here?
  • Are there any spirits?
  • Who is here?
  • Who are you?
  • When did you die?
  • What is your age?
  • Who did you murder?
  • Who did you kill?
  • Who is your victim?
  • Where are you?
  • Where is your room?
  • What is your favorite room?
  • How many people are in this room?
  • How many ghosts are in this room?

And with that, you now know how to use the Ouija Board in Phasmophobia! Remember to snap a photo of it lit up so you can make that extra money, and remember not to use the board too much or you’ll risk angering the ghost and triggering a hunt. If that’s likely, it’s worth learning how to use the Crucifix as well. For everything else Phasmophobia, click here to visit our hub page for the game.

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Henry Stenhouse serves an eternal punishment as the Associate Editor of AllGamers. He spent his younger life studying the laws of physics, even going so far as to complete a PhD in the subject before video game journalism stole his soul. Confess your love of Super Smash Bros. via email at henry.stenhouse@allgamers.com, or catch him on Twitter.

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