Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning Walkthrough

The Hunters Hunted

  1. Head for the gold ring on your map to reach Loch Diden and go talk to Agarth who will be standing near the bar. Following your discussion, follow him to Hunter’s Pit. (Watch out for bears and other enemies along the way!)
  2. When you arrive at the entrance, open the doors and head through. Head down the long corridor and kill the large group of Tuatha Raiders in the main area. Make sure you also get the two up on the platforms on opposite sides of the area.
  3. Loot all of the bodies, then continue north down the corridor. Kill the three Tuatha Raiders after the turn and continue down the path (you’ll find a hidden rock pile with some goodies in the alcove to the right).
  4. Break through the boxes to cross the bridge and kill the two archers on the other side. Continue down the path. Stay to the right, then drop off the ledge and kill the group of Tuatha Raiders below (watch out for the two archers up above). Loot the chest in the corner, head up slope and follow the path around toward the east to the next area.
  5. Destroy the boxes in the next area for some gold, then kill the group of attacking Tuatha Raiders. Proceed forward and kill the lone Tuatha Raider in the left corner trying to destroy the red orb.

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2 Comments on Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning Walkthrough


On February 24, 2012 at 1:07 am

Killed the assassins Hughes died tho.. or he just vanished just have a golden ring telling me to be in the center of an empty room, cant restart or abandon the quest the game has ended….very dissappointing


On February 27, 2012 at 2:22 pm

i am in the battle with Tirnoch but it wont let me use the death blow sequence to finish the battle…i think my game is broken