Where To Find Jumping Puzzles

Caledon Forest – Morgan’s Leap, Dark Reverie and Spekks Laboratory

There are three achievements in Caledon with Dark Reverie starting from where Morgan’s Leap ends and Spekk’s being on the other side of the zone.

The easier to find is Morgan’s Leap, situated above Morgan’s Spiral. The cloest waypoint is Spiral waypoint. All you need to do to begin is climb the plant at the center of the area. However, there is a dynamic event that can damage said plant. When this occurs you can’t climb the plant. To fix this, you have to find an NPC, Brugh who can be found near the heart to the south. Speak with him and he’ll begin an event that eventually repairs the plant.

A ground level shot of the plant in question, and the puzzle above it.

This puzzle isn’t along the edge of the map, but in plain site of a number of local events.

The other jumping puzzle in this zone, Spekk’s Laboratory is all the way on the other side of the map, along the edge of the zone. You can head west from Brigid’s waypoint, northwest from Gleaner’s Cove, or southwest from Mabon’s Market. You can follow a small stream bed, through a pack of drakes, to a cave where you will find the beginnings of the puzzle.

You can see the steam here, and the cave. But not the drakes.

Gleaner’s Cove is in my opinion the easiest waypoint to leave from.

The fourth and final achievement in Caledon Forest is Spelunker’s Delve. You can find it in the extreme south of Caledon Forest. The closest waypoint is the Astorea waypoint.

The entrance is covered in trees and bushes.

As you can see it’s perhaps the easiest puzzle to get to in the entire game.

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  1. […] Hunter’s Insight Jumping Puzzle Location Guide http://huntersinsight.com/where-to-find-jumping-puzzles/ […]

  2. How do you do this puzzle? I spent 2 hours trying to figure it out…

    • Was talking about the Bloodtide Coast puzzle! ^^^^^

      • Uh I don’t want to spoil anything so I’m just going to say follow instructions closely.

        • I know I’m missing something fundamental and it’s driving me crazy! I relent and was hoping you could shed something a bit more concrete.

        • Oh dear god I figured it out. I got trolled by the game >.>

          • I’ve managed to open the portal but when I go through, it always ports me to random locations on the map 😛
            How do I make it port me to the correct location (on top of the island^^)

  3. no clue on what to do on next part ://

  4. lets see…
    I can enter the water cage
    open the portal
    but no clue on what to do next…its the painel and coordinates or other thing?

  5. I’m wondering if my server is broken! :C

  6. Sorry folks, I really am trying to keep things spoiler free. So patience, follow instructions very closely, and read the numbers off that last data recorder inside the big cylinder. If someone you’re with makes it to the end, tell them to *stay there*.

  7. These are great, Hunter. Just enough to tease and let us figure the rest out on our own. If people want a step by step-well-YouTube, folks.

    • Youtube is a good way to find puzzles too but damn if they don’t spoil the living hell out of the whole thing.

  8. I think I found another future puzzle in Gendarran. If you go to Vigil Keep, stand on the north side of the bridge and look at the cliffside, you can spot a dead goat, which is what caught my attention. If you look closely, there’s a cave behind the goat, and a set of ledges that would be perfect to get there if we could only jump high enough to reach the first one. However it looks like another path would work once we can get to the asura gate. Here are a couple screenshots to demonstrate: http://imgur.com/jQbO6,Q6ZjW

    • Oh thanks salv, I’ll look into it.

      • I can now confirm that if you can get to the asura gate you’re good to go. There’s a chest and a boss in the cavern, but no achievement pops up at the moment. I don’t want to say too much since you don’t give detailed instructions here, and you have to glitch your way there for the time being.

        • Unfortunately i did not choose vigil so it may be a while before i can properly check this out

  9. There is another puzzle in Frostgorge Sound. In the area Shattered Ice Floe. You can find it by going to Slough of Despond waypoint and heading directly left. It is located slightly underwater in the wall.

    • I’m adding puzzles as I progress through the game so puzzles from the top level zones are incoming but they’ll have to wait until I do get there. 🙂

  10. Do you think you could add a section for all of the names of the achievements, so that you can check where the achievement is?

    • I’ll think about it. I’ve still got 2 more puzzles from the achievements to post, so not until after that at least.

  11. […] Hunter’s Insight — Where To Find Jumping Puzzles. “This puzzle will end up being found by most people looking for the vista and skill point. Overall the puzzle is in the southeast of Straights, but southwest of Fort Trinity. Starting southwest of the island the vista and skill point are situated on. The closest waypoints are Lone Post or Broken Spit but they are often contested. Fort Trinity waypoint is often the most reliable choice.” [Raphia: Hunter continues to add to his jumping puzzle guide, or as I like to think of it "the places to avoid" guide.] […]

  12. is there an achievement with the water one in straits of devestation?

    • Nope, just a chest.

  13. […] that one. However, if you’re not JP-challenged like me, you can probably benefit from this compilation of Jumping Puzzle locations maintained on Hunter’s […]

  14. In Southshore there’s another jumping puzzle with a small chest on top of the boat in the northeast corner, I think it’s called the Pride WP

    • Thanks for the tip but I’m only including official jumping puzzles, not vistas, hidden chests, festival puzzles or the like.

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