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Thronebreaker: Angry Mob Puzzle Solution (Wetterton)

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Thronebreaker: Angry Mob Puzzle Solution (Wetterton)

What the Angry Mob Puzzle Solution for Thronebreaker Is

Some of the most challenging battles in Thronebreaker aren’t the standard Gwent battles –they’re the tricky puzzle battles. As you’d hope, they do reward you with good loot, though. Here’s what the Angry Mob Puzzle solution for Thronebreaker is.

Your goal here is to eliminate all of the angry mob, who aren’t being particularly nice to the Dwarves in the town of Wetterton. What makes this particularly engagement difficult is that the mobs power is constantly reset to the average number of Angry Mob cards in that particular row.

So even if you damage the Angry Mob cards, they’ll quickly regenerate at the start of each turn. So what to do? Basically, you’re going to need to damage them down in one single turn. Let’s break down exactly how to do that step by step:

  1. Deploy Wagenburg on melee row. End turn,
  2. Deploy War Wagon on melee row. End turn.
  3. Use *both* Light Infantry’s ability to move to the ranged row. End turn.
  4. Use Wagenburg ability to attack the Angry Mob
  5. Deploy Reynald to melee row
  6. Use *both* Light Infantry’s refreshed ability to move to the melee row
  7. Use Wagenburg ability to attack the Angry Mob

Hey, presto! The Angry Mob has been silenced, permanently, and you have your victory. Simple, right? No, we’re kidding: the puzzles are tough, so don’t feel bad if this one stumped you. The good news is that there’s more to look forward to throughout the game.

That’s all you need to know about what the Angry Mob puzzle solution is in Thronebreaker. For more useful guides ad information on the game, be sure to search Twinfinite.

Specifically, we’ve already written guides for how to beat the pesky She-Troll, and the hair-tearingly frustrating Pestilence Corpse puzzle solution.

Alex has a BA in Political Science and English Writing, but he's also a self-proclaimed history and meteorological expert. He loves cyberpunk and fantasy, and RPGs are kind of his thing too.

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