Ori and the Will of the Wisps: Rebuilding the Glades Guide

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In Ori and the Will of the Wisps there is an NPC named Grom that lives in the Wellspring Glades. Grom is a builder who wants to rebuild the Glades to their former glory. To accomplish this task, Grom has a number of projects for players to complete that use Gorlek Ore. These projects need to be completed to complete the Rebuilding the Glades side quest. To help you complete this quest use our Rebuilding the Glades guide below.

Where to Start the Rebuilding the Glades Side Quest?

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Make your way to the area called Wellspring Glades and speak to the NPC called Grom. Grom is a builder that wants to rebuild the area. To rebuild the area Grom has 6 projects for players to complete. These projects are as follows:

  1. Repair the Spirit Well (1x Gorlek Ore).
  2. Dwelling Repairs (4x Gorlek Ore).
  3. Thorny Situation (5x Gorlex Ore).
  4. Clear the Cave Entrance (6x Gorlek Ore).
  5. Roofs Over Heads (8x Gorlek Ore).
  6. Onwards and Upwards (10x Gorlek Ore).

To complete these projects you need to find the required Gorlek Ore out in the world or by completing other side quests. If you are having trouble finding Gorlek Ore you should buy the map off of Lupo or complete the Hand to Hand side quest.

Reward for Completing the Rebuilding the Glades Side Quest?

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Once you’ve completed all of the Rebuilding the Glades projects for Grom you will receieve 1000 Light. Besides this the Glade itself looks much better. Note you need to complete the Rebuilding the Glades as part of both the Fixer Upper and the Completionist achievements.

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