Bear Totem Solution in Roots of Pacha

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Totems are central to progression in Roots of Pacha so they all have to be completed by providing an offering. The Bear totem is slightly different however as you have to finish a challenge after providing it with an offering to complete it. In this Bear Totem solution guide, I will be telling you everything you need to know to get past this stage.

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Bear Totem Solution Guide


The bear totem requires three offerings with clues sprinkled throughout the cave. There are wall drawings for Cheese, Wine and Honey, which leads to the natural solution that the totem requires an offering of Cheese, Wine and Honey.

Once these resources have been offered you will be prompted to accept the challenge of the bear totem.


You are then tasked with finding clues about the bear’s day and using it to paint the story on the door. The clues are fairly easy to find as there are four paths leading from the hub area you’re dropped into, just follow each of these until you find each clue.

When you’re at the door you have to click he cave drawings that correspond with how the bear’s day went. The solution is the following drawings:

  • Looks like a River
  • Looks like some Bears having fun
  • Looks like some Pomegranates and roots
  • Looks like a starry night

Once you’ve entered these the door will open and the challenge will be complete. That is all for our Bear Totem solution guide, hope this helped!

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