## How do you solve the tree puzzle box Osrs?

To solve the puzzle:

- Begin by arranging from left to right, the first section (red) so that it matches the solution.
- Repeat step one, however, with the second section (orange).
- Repeat the process, however for the third section (yellow).
- Correctly arrange the two tiles located in the fourth section (green).

**Do you need sextant for clue scroll Osrs?**

Used by navigators to find their position in RuneScape. A sextant is an item used for solving coordinate clues whilst on a Treasure Trail. It does not need to be brought with the player if the exact coordinate is known beforehand.

**How do you complete puzzle box?**

Here are the steps to solve wooden puzzle box with beams type:

- Count how many beams surround your box.
- Find the wooden seams along the shorter edges of your box has 2 beams.
- Pinch opposite corners next to the seams.
- Pull forward until the storage compartment slides out.

### How do you solve a puzzle box?

**What happens if you fail a puzzle box Osrs?**

Once the puzzle box is completed, players will need to talk to the NPC who gave the puzzle box to receive the next clue or the reward. If closed prematurely for whatever reason, the puzzle will re-scramble if you have yet to talk to the NPC.

**Why do you need a sextant?**

sextant, instrument for determining the angle between the horizon and a celestial body such as the Sun, the Moon, or a star, used in celestial navigation to determine latitude and longitude. The device consists of an arc of a circle, marked off in degrees, and a movable radial arm pivoted at the centre of the circle.

## Do I need a sextant?

It’s a real historic instrument that is still in use today. Even today big ships are all required to carry working sextants and the navigating officers have regular routines to keep themselves familiar with making it work.

**How do puzzle boxes work?**

Puzzle boxes are decorative wooden boxes that can only be opened through a series of often-complicated moves, including sliding, unlocking, lifting and pressing. Some boxes only require one or two such moves to open, while the most complicated have more than 100.