Village Chief Manor combination lock

Resident Evil 4 Remake Village Chief Manor Combination Lock

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As you play through Chapter 2 in Resident Evil 4 Remake you are faced with a strange conundrum. A chest of drawers in Village Chief Manor has a combination lock that keeps it closed. You need to unlock this dresser to get an important item that advances the main quest. There are three dials to spin, each with many different images engraved on them. This mansion is quite big and can be confusing when trying to figure out the solution. Did this riddle baffle you? Read this guide to find out the Village Chief Manor combination lock solution Resident Evil 4 make new.

How to open the combination lock in Village Chief Manor

The answer to this combination lock is in the upper part of the Village Chief Manor. Go up the stairs and read the book in the hallway towards the bedroom. The unfolded page shows a passage from a Bible that contains an interesting verse. You can ignore most of this, but pay close attention to the words highlighted in green. These words represent the answers to the combination lock. The three words in question are “crop”, “pig” and “babe”.

Re4 Remake Combination Lock

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Now go down the stairs and towards the dresser. The first dial in the combination lock should be the sectional drawing. Then the one in the middle has to be the pig. Finally, turn the last dial to the baby’s etching. Confirm it and the lock should open. Inside you will find a crystal marble. This item allows you to unlock the bedroom door upstairs.

There are many other little treasures that you can find around this mansion, so make sure you’ve found them all. Hopefully that Resident Evil 4 Remake Guide was helpful in your quest for the combination lock in Village Chief Manor.

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Emma Bowman

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