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Palia: How to Complete the Keyed In Quest



Palia - Keyed In quest

The Keyed In is one of the Found Item Quest in Palia which only activates after finding the Pulsing Key item. Players can find the Pulsing Key item while using the hoe tool in their plot area. The quest requires players to learn about the key that they found by consulting with Jina.

In this guide, we’ll tell you how to complete the Keyed In Quest in Palia.

How to Complete the Keyed In Quest in Palia

Starting the Keyed In quest will first require players to get the Pulsing Key from their garden. It appears randomly while hoeing the garden and the chances of Pulsing Key can be increased by placing more soil and tilling it. Once players have found the Pulsing Key, the quest will automatically start and give an objective of talking to Jina about the Mysterious Key.

Jina will get cautious about the Pulsing Key as she finds it some sort of a bomb device. She will get curious and ask you to find out about the prior resident on your Housing Plot. To know about the previous owner of your Housing Plot area, you need to talk to the following villagers in the Kilima Valley.

  • Ashura
  • Elouisa
  • Eshe

You can try talking to other villagers as well but no one will have a significant idea about the prior owner. Only the villagers mentioned above will give you information on the previous resident. Once you have talked to the villagers, go back to Jina to tell her about the information you gathered and see if it helps her in figuring out more about the Pulsing Key.

Talking to Jina and going through the dialogues will conclude the Keyed In quest.


Completing the Keyed In quest will give the following rewards to the players.

  • 1x Emberborn Hanging Lamp (Furniture Item)

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