Solve the Bloody Harvest Skull Puzzle in Borderlands 3

Earn some extra scary loot by learning how to solve the Bloody Harvest Skull and Pumpkin Puzzle in Borderlands 3.

Are you a big fan of skulls? Also like Borderlands 3? We have some great news for you; the Bloody Harvest event brings several spooky events to partake in, including one particular Skull Puzzle which has stumped many an eager Vault Hunter. If you’re keen to complete this particular challenge, read on for our guide on how to solve the Bloody Harvest Skull Puzzle in Borderlands 3.

Solve the Bloody Harvest Skull Puzzle in Borderlands 3

Solve the bloody harvest skull puzzle in borderlands 3
Credit to MonkeyKingHero (see below) for the image. © Gearbox

In case you haven’t found the spot yet, if you want to solve the Bloody Harvest Skull Puzzle in Borderlands 3 then you need to make your way to Heck Hole. Once there, walk on over to the temple and take the staircase to the back and you’ll find the four skulls in question. There should be a line of them in blue, green, yellow and purple colors on the wall. Head back out to the stairway and you’ll see several carved pumpkins with lights which match the colors of the skulls. Are you pumped for your reward? You should be.

To solve the Skull Puzzle you must pull the skulls in the color order that matches the pumpkin order, from right to left (looking down the stairway). Each time you pull the skull, the color of the pumpkins will change, so be sure to check each time and pull the correct skull chain. Still unsure? Watch the video below by MonkeyKingHero to see how it’s done.

Once you’ve pulled the final skull, the rubble on the opposite side of the room will collapse, allowing you through into a hidden area named the Ossuary. Normally that’d be a place where you keep bones, but Borderlands 3 has plenty of loot stashed away there for you as well.

Congratulations on solving the Bloody Harvest Skull and Pumpkin Puzzle in Borderlands 3. Feel free to take a look at the other guides and news we have on offer 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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