What to do at all Exploration Points in Tower of Fantasy

Here's all the know-how of what to do at Exploration Points in Tower of Fantasy!

After you have unveiled the map of Astra, the starting location in Tower of Fantasy, you will quickly see that there are tons of little white diamonds on the map. These are called Exploration Points, but when you get to them, there is nothing to interact with most of the time. So, here's what you do at all these Exploration Points in Tower of Fantasy.

Tower of Fantasy Exploration Point guide

Exploration Points in each area will differ, so when you get to Banges, Navia, Crown, and Warren, what you do at these locations will change.

How to complete all Exploration Points Artificial Island in Tower of Fantasy

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When exploring Artificial Island you'll come across a round brown ground mound in the ground, shaped like a missile silo. To solve this Exploration Point, you must lure an enemy to fall into the hole in the center to activate the switch to get you a Black Nucleus. It may take a while but it's possible. You can also use the Clone Relic to activate the switch inside, which makes this so much easier to accomplish.

The other Exploration Point involves getting the red Nucleus hidden inside trucks. We have a guide to take you step by step on how to do that: How to get All Red Nucleus in the truck on Artificial Island in Tower of Fantasy

How to complete all Exploration Points in Astra in Tower of Fantasy

There is something you can do at each Exploration Point to complete it in Tower of Fantasy in Astra, but you cannot do two of them without first getting an elemental Fire weapon. You get a Fire Bow not far into the game by playing the main story mission. When you have acquired the Bow, the fun begins.

There are five different objects at each Exploration Point.

  • Chowchow - giant blue flower
  • Dandelions
  • Tar Pit
  • Kerosenia - red bowl surrounded by plants
  • Glowshroom - giant blue mushrooms

What do you do at Chowchows in Tower of Fantasy?

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To complete the Exploration Point at Chowchows (giant blue flower) in Tower of Fantasy, it's pretty straightforward. Next to each one of these blue flowers will be a Water Elemental Core moving around. Sometimes, you do have to locate one close at hand. All you need to do is lift up the Elemental Core and throw it into the Chowchow. The flower will eat it and spit something back out. It's usually either a Black or Gold Nucleus.

What to do at Dandelions in Tower of Fantasy?

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Why does my Dandelion stay in the air in Tower of Fantasy?

You can hit Dandelions to release three seeds. One falls to the ground, but the other two stay up in the air. This is because this specific Dandelion is an Exploration Point, and you need to shoot the floating Dandelions with the Bow. If you look closely, inside one of them is a Black Nucleus. Shoot it down or hit it in the air to collect it.

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What do you do at Tar Pits in Tower of Fantasy?

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When you find a Tar Pit, you can do nothing to it unless you have a Fire weapon. Luckily, you get the Fire Bow not long into the game. All you need to do is fire at the tar. It'll begin to melt, and you can get access to whatever is inside—usually, a Black or Gold Nucleus.

What to do at the Kerosenia Exploration Points in Tower of Fantasy?

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Kerosenia is the name for the strange red bowls that are pulsating and found at Exploration Points. All you need to do to get the item within the oil is set it on fire. Once down, wait a few seconds and interact with the item!

What do you do at the Glowshrooms in Tower of Fantasy?

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Glowshrooms are the most challenging Exploration Point to figure out. When you come across these giant blue mushrooms, they emanate purple particles, and that is all. What you need to do is bounce on top of them in a specific order. For example, in the image above, we bounced from smallest to largest and got a Black Nucleus for our trouble.

How to complete all Exploration Points in Banges in Tower of Fantasy

When you reach Banges in Tower of Fantasy, there are some new Exploration Points you need to figure out how to solve.

There are four new Exploration Points in the Banges region.

  • Lava Pits
  • Singularity Rocks
  • Omnium Pillar Induction Plate
  • Force Induction Plate

What do you do at Lava Pits in Tower of Fantasy?

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When you find a Lava Pit Exploration Point in Banges, all you need to do is hit it with an Ice type weapon. That is all. Very much like the Tar Pits, you need a specific element weapon to loot the item hidden within this Lava Pit.

What do you do at Omnium Pillar Induction Plates?

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Omnium Pillar Induction Plates appear as gray circles with an orange symbol. To solve this puzzle, you must use the Omnium Hand Cannon you received from Ruins A-03. Fire the cannon at the center of the plate, and a Nucleus will appear on the adjacent plate.

What do you do at Singularity Rocks in Tower of Fantasy?

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In Banges you'll eventually find a statue holding up a spherical ball at an Exploration Point. To loot a Singularity Rock you need to use a Relic called the Strange Cube, which can be obtained by completing Ruin A-02 in Astra. Then when you are close to the statue, use the Relic which removes the ball on top, so you can loot the item hidden within the ball.

What do you do at Force Induction Plates in Tower of Fantasy?

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Force Induction Plates appear as round plates set within a rough circle of stone. They have green lights, including what appears to be a person swinging a scythe. To solve this puzzle, simply jump into the air and slam down with an attack. Some weapons do not trigger this, so switch to another if one weapon does not work.

How to complete all Exploration Points in Navia in Tower of Fantasy

When you reach Navia in Tower of Fantasy, there are some new Exploration Points you need to figure out how to solve.

There is one new Exploration Point in the Banges region.

  • Earthphyte

What do you do at Earthphyte in Tower of Fantasy?

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Earthyphyte appears as a small plant with pointed leaves forming a center bud. To solve this puzzle, must locate an orb-shaped bulb that matches the color of the Earthphyte. It will likely be somewhere nearby, so once you find it, simply throw it into the center of the Earthphyte.

How to complete all Exploration Points in Crown in Tower of Fantasy

When you reach Crown in Tower of Fantasy, there are some new Exploration Points you need to figure out how to solve.

There are two new Exploration Points in the Banges region.

  • Spliced Metal Box
  • Black Nucleus Drone

What do you do at Spliced Metal Boxes in Tower of Fantasy?

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Spliced Metal Boxes appear as a handful of boxes on a large platform. You must push the blocks together in the center of the platform, but they must match the corresponding shape. Arrange the blocks to form the shape, and you will solve this puzzle.

What do you do at Black Nucleus Drones in Tower of Fantasy?

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Black Nucleus Drones are floating drones holding a Nucleus. Jump into the air and attack the drone to get it to release its prize. Once you do this, the Black Nucleus Drone will disappear.

For more Tower of Fantasy guides, Pro Game Guides has you covered. Check out Which server to pick in Tower of Fantasy – How To Choose and How to claim your pre-registration rewards in Tower of Fantasy.

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