Prince of Persia The Lost Crown: Soma Tree Statue Puzzle

Here is how you can solve the Soma Tree Statue Puzzle in just a few steps!

There is a statue puzzle in the Soma Tree area in Prince of Persia, The Lost Crown, that is extremely tough to do. The statue puzzle just doesn’t seem to make sense, so it took me a long time to figure out this one. It is actually a pretty short puzzle, but it’s designed to seem like a time-consuming one.

Key Takeaways
  • The Soma Tree Statue Puzzle in Prince of Persia The Lost Crown might seem tricky, but it isn’t. 
  • All players have to do is use the Dimensional Claw ability to move the statues around
  • Two main statues can be found in the area.
  • One can be found from the upper section and the second one from the lower.
  • The statues need to be placed in a pattern.
  • By doing so, a chest containing Azure Damascas Ingot will appear.

How To Solve The Soma Tree Statue Puzzle

Puzzle Location (Image By eXputer)

The puzzle can be easily solved with the use of the Dimensional Claw ability. There are so many abilities in the game that you can forget the use of one. That can make the puzzle even more trickier than it was intended to be. 

So, to quickly do the statue puzzle, follow these steps:

Use Dimensional Claw (Capture By Us)
  1. Bring The First Stuatue Down: First, go up and use the Dimensional Claw on the statue. Then, bring it downwards and place it on one of the statue slots. 
    Go Through Th -Purple Gate (Image Source: eXputer)
  2. Bring The Second Statue: Now, go down, jump on the platform at the right, and go through the purple gate. After that, go down again and use Dimensional Claw on another statue. Now, use the wooden platform above you to get to the statue puzzle location in Prince of Persia The Lost Crown. Use the Dimensional Claw and place the statue anywhere.
    Solution (Screenshot By eXputer)
  3. Completing The Puzzle: Now, you have all the statues you need, so simply place them according to the image above. You don’t need one of the small statues, so you can throw it off on the left side.
  4. Reward: The chest will contain an Azure Damascas Ingot. It can be used to upgrade your weapons.
    Reward (Image Credit: Obaid)

Is Solving The Soma Tree Statue Puzzle Worth It

I think solving the statue puzzle is completely worth it as it takes just a couple of minutes to solve, and it rewards with a valuable item. 

You can not get so many Azure Damascas Ingot, so it is worth completing the puzzle. If you don’t forget the use of the abilities on your hand, then you will surely not have a hard time completing the puzzles. 

That is almost everything you would want to know about the Statue Puzzle In Prince of Persia The Lost Crown. While you are at it, you should take a look at the guides on how to parry and upgrade your weapons so you can dominate the combat. When you are done with that, you should learn how to solve the clock puzzle along with The Three Gongs puzzle.

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