The east and west bells are your first main goals in Tunic. These will allow you to obtain your first sword, take on a more difficult enemy in the east and then face your first boss fight in west. After you have completed these tasks, you may be wondering where or what to do next. This guide will help you to find the answers.
What are the East and West Belltowers of?
These were the large, tuning fork-like objects that you had to hit with the sword on the east and west side of the map. Here's a picture of how these look.
What to do after you have rung the belltowers in Tunic?You can return to the Golden Doors, just north of where your first fox shrine was. They have large statues either side and are one of the most important things you will see when you explore the world.
You'll see strange artifacts in the center of the room if you go inside. For now, ignore this and continue looking for the passageway on the right-hand side.
Continue following this path and climbing up the cliff. Keep going up the snowy path to reach the large, grey doors at the top.
To get a hint on the next step, pick up this page.
To channel energy and move the large, silver block, you can return to the East Fortress by pressing and holding A. This will open up new avenues for you to explore that will aid you in your search for the three colored keys.
You can start your quest for the first of three colored keys by heading to the East Fortress. You can also press and hold A to interact the silver blocks. This will open up new possibilities for exploration.
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