How to check your sanity with the Ouija Board in Phasmophobia?

Here's how to check your sanity with the Ouija board in Phasmophobia.

To check your sanity using the Ouija board in Phasmophobia, you will need to ask the board certain questions. If you get a question right, your sanity will only drop down by five percent, and the board will answer with a specific answer.

The first question you should as is, "How Insane am I." Asking this question will then cause the board to respond depending on how high or low your sanity is currently at. 

If your sanity is between 100 to 50 percent, the ghost will respond on the board with Not very. 

The next response reads as "very," and when you get very as a response, it means your sanity is between 50 to 25 percent. For 25 percent and below, the answer will be "insane."

Related: All Questions to ask Ouija Boards in Phasmophobia

Another method for trying to figure out your sanity is by asking, "How is my Sainty." Asking this question can give a wider range of numbers to indicate your sanity level. The Ouija will also give a total of five responses when asked this question.

  • Awful: 20 percent and below
  • Bad: Between 40 percent and 20
  • Healthy: Between 100 percent and 80
  • Average: Between 60 percent and 40 percent
  • Good: Between 80 percent to 50 percent

For more on Phasmophobia. we recommend checking out Phasmophobia Ghost Trigger Phrases and How to use the Spirit Box in Phasmophobia.

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