How to Get All Far Cry 6 Triada Blessings Relics

Far Cry 6 Triada Blessings Relics

The first mission of the Far Cry 6 Triada Blessings Sidequest is a Yaran Stories mission where you find three Relics to unlock secret passage in Oluwa cave, and Oluso as an amigo. In which are numerous treasures – including unique weapons or mystical panther spirits called Supremos that can be yours for helping them on their quest! But before we take our walkthrough through this sidequest together I’ll tell how get all these wonderful items: by solving puzzles with enemies ahead; platforming over gaps between platforms high above ground level (or low if there isn’t enough room); chasing down escaped animals from one cage only to see them thrown back into it again because something else has taken its place inside.

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Far Cry 6 Triada Blessings Guide

The Far Cry 6 Triada Blessings side quest can be broken up into five sections – discovering Oluwa Cave, finding the three Relics to open it and confronting a boss fight inside. We’ve split this accordingly so you don’t get stuck on an earlier section while progressing through other parts easily!

Far Cry 6 Triada Blessings mission and Oluwa Cave location

To start the Triada Blessings mission, players need to find Oluwa Cave and read a note left inside. This can actually be done incredibly early in the game – it’s on Isla Santuario’s starting island just east of Clara’s camp (we marked its location above). Once you’re there head over for some platforming or climbing action before entering through one of those chalk outlines with arrows leading up towards entrance!

The Triada Blessings mission is a religious endeavor that requires you find three Relics across the whole of Yara. Unfortunately, it’s not as simple as just going and picking them up; before leaving The Cave make sure to open all red chests nearby for rewards including gear “Oluwa’s Heart” (which starts your set)and “Eternal Dance.”

Ida’s Triada Relic at La Triada Mural

The first Far Cry 6 Relic is at La Triada Mural in Dos Monjas Mohote, and it’s not an easy one. Players have to climb up a cliff face using their grapple then drop back down into the caverns below just right or they’ll fail miserably! Luckily though if you’re good enough with timing there are zip wires criss-crossing all over so getting caught isn’t too bad as long as your Furioso Supremos has dash mode activated which will help save some time when dashing through those gaps.

There’s a lot of stuff in here that can trip you up, but the most important thing to remember is always keep an eye out for more chalk arrows. They’ll point your way and help guide you on what needs repeating or not before committing yourself too far forward – at least until after taking time make sure there aren’t any branches off from where our protagonist has entered this cavernous place by looking back with each step taken forward towards Ida Hellequin herself!

Oku’s Triada Relic at Fort Oro

The second Far Cry 6 Relic is at Fort Oro, an abandoned fortress in the Arroz Flatlands of Cruz del Salvador. Located within this location are many dead bodies that were left behind after a failed expedition by pirates who once occupied it centuries ago; they’re just waiting to tell their story if you listen closely enough or take up arms against them for yourself! The only way I found out about these ruins was when my friend told me where she remembered seeing something specific while exploring one day-the outline form some old brick walls near what looked like fire damage on top…

Fort Oro is the perfect place to escape from your daily life. There are no enemies here, just gentle spooky puzzles for you to solve on this ghostly adventure! The order of business goes something like this…

Mimo Abosi’s Traida Relic at McKay Global Drill Site D

The final Relic belonging to Mimo Abosi is found at a cuddly-sounding location called McKay Global Drill Site D. This area has several enemies watching over it, so we recommend you take them out before dealing with the Relic itself – but don’t worry! TheFan Room Keycard can be obtained from little building overlooking all of this mess in southern La Joya region (to find that key card follow along here).

First, shoot the lock on your gate to get into the mine itself. Follow that cable back and find an electric waterway with machetes in it; use those for cutting through wood pallets before following another wire across onto some rocks where you’ll find Mimo Abosi’s Relic at base of tree next door (it also has a chest containing Mirage). After climbing up again using only rope now-a days? There are no more theories about whether or not they’re safe anymore!

How you can get the Triador Supremo and La Varita Resolver Weapon

Now you have all three Relics, it’s time to head back to the Oluwa Cave. Fast travel there and climb in through where you came out before with your relic collection intact – that way if any are missing then they should just be close enough for retrieval later on! Once inside place them atop one circle emblazoned next door so as this cave-in causes passage onward… Beyond awaits not only new items but also answers about what lies ahead: unearthing more mystery or revelation within these haunting ruins?

How you can beat the Oluso boss fight and get the panther Amigo

The panther with yellow eyes, Oluso is back for revenge! Unfortunately this time around there are numerous lesser spirits that will attack you as well. Stay agile and don’t let yourself get swarmed by their attacks or else it’ll be curtains for good. They all die in one shot so focus your damage on them whenever possible- but watch out because even though he has less health than before (and no rockets), his spirit power still amplifies other enemies nearby which means more danger potential if they’re close enough when firing shots at him ends up hitting two birds/ghosts etcetera.

There’s always treasure to be had in the jungle, but only if you know where and how. To make sure this hunt pays off for your team (and yourself!), use Amigos wisely!