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Palia: How to Complete the Paper Planes Quest



Palia: How to Complete the Paper Planes Quest

The Paper Planes is one of the new Found Item quests in Palia added with patch 0.177 that players will get to start upon finding the ‘Tattered Schematics’ item. This item can only be found in a dirt pile located under a cliff somewhere in the Bahari Bay map zone.

In this guide, we’ll tell you how to complete the Paper Planes quest in Palia.

How to Start the Paper Planes Quest in Palia

To initiate the Paper Planes quest, players will first have to find the Tattered Schematics. These can be found by looting a dirt pile which is located under the cliff along the western wall near The Outskirts area of Bahari Bay. Upon reaching the Outskirts, if you continue in a northwest direction, you will come across a small mountain along the wall, and right under the cliff of the mountain, you will find the dirt pile. Interact with the dirt pile to loot it to get the Tattered Schematics and start the quest.

How to Complete the Paper Planes Quest in Palia

Upon finding the Tattered Schematics and starting the Paper Planes quest, you will get the first objective to find someone who knows about inventions. There is only one talented inventor and that is Najuma. Open the map to find Najuma and speak with her about your findings. She will recognize the schematics and tell you about the man who designed the schematics and the very man also happens to live in your Housing Plot area.

After speaking with Najuma, you will have to gather the following materials for her to make the dangerous glider.

Upon gathering all the required materials, return to Najuma to give her the materials and go through the dialogues to conclude the quest.


Completing the Paper Planes quest will give the following rewards to the players.

  • 1x Failed Glider Wall Décor
  • 5 Renown

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