Deadly Premonition – Where is the Southern Flying Squirrel Key?
In the critically acclaimed game, “Deadly Premonition,” you must locate the southern flying squirrel key. There are several of these keys, including those in the gallery and Sheriff’s Department. To get started, read the following tips. Here are the locations of some key locations. You will also learn how to find the key if you are stuck somewhere in the game. Also, read on to discover the best ways to locate the key in the game.
Finding the southern flying squirrel key in deadly premonition
The game’s key hunt is the best place to learn more about the different types of squirrels and their secrets. In the first part of the game, you must find a key in order to continue. The keys are hidden in various locations throughout the Greenvale Sheriff’s Department. The next part of the hunt is a bit more challenging and requires the player to search outside of the jail. The key is found in cell #5 of the basement jail.
Finding the key in the Sheriff’s Department
As the player of Deadly Premonition, you’ll need to find the southern flying squirrel key in order to continue. You can find the key in a number of locations throughout the Sheriff’s Department. For instance, jail cell #5 plays a crucial role near the end of the game. In this chapter, you’ll learn where to find it. You’ll need to unlock a “wall” door to do so.
Finding the key in the gallery
After you have made it to the bottom floor of the deadly premonition gallery, you’ll need to unlock the door in the center. This will require you to find a painting marked with red particles. Then, use this picture as one of the three “clues” that unlock the combination-locked door. You must return to the entrance to find the other two “clues” and complete the puzzle.
The key to the first painting is in the southeast cell. You will have to move around a bit to reach it. You can also move on to the second painting, which is in the basement. In the second painting, you will find a Trading Card for Diane Ames. This is the second key you need to collect in the game. If you don’t want to lose the key, you can always return to the gallery to continue the game.
Jessica Watson is a PHD holder from the University of Washington. She studied behavior and interaction between squirrels and has presented her research in several wildlife conferences including TWS Annual Conference in Winnipeg.