Deathloop: The Yerhva Questions and Answers

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Deathloop The Yerhva
Deathloop The Yerhva

The Yerhva is Mystic Meg-type riddle giver on the Karl’s Bay map in Deathloop that asks 10 different questions of the player, all about the island, its inhabitants, and history. If you’re looking for answers, we’ve got them.

However, unless we’re missing something, it’s worth letting you know that you don’t seem to get any reward for getting all of the questions right. We won’t spoil exactly what happens (even if it isn’t much), but there’s no incentive to do it, at least from what we can tell.

Here are all of the answers for this dastardly robot psychic.

AEON graces this island as kaleidoscopic jewels upon the neck of the world’s greatest beauty. What seeks the Program?
The advancement oh human potentiality and enlightenment.

Before AEON’s arrival, Blackreef slept in frozen utero, awaiting new purpose. Who then made landfall, reawakening her from slumber?
Colt Vahn and Egor Serling, on a voyage of discovery.

Blackreef boasts a bountiful feast for the senses. Which transcendent work towers above the island’s myriad other artistic pursuits?
The nose, chin, and eyes of Charlie Montague.

Decades ago, warmongers toyed with the temporal tides eddying about Blackreef. Their sigil-marked temples stand still. What named their doomed enterprise?
Operation Horizon.

From what seed did AEON spring?
The shared ambitions of Harriet Morse, Egor Serling, and Dr. Wenjie Evans.

Harriet Morse is the gatekeeper, Blackreef the gate. A veil hangs across the threshold. What do we discover when it parts?
The Great Beyond.

Karl’s Bay has worn many faces, most as lost to time as the mysterious Karl himself. What was its most recent incarnation prior to AEON’s arrival?
A military air base.

Sink your toes into the dark earth and let the vibrations of her voice course through your bones. From whence did this island derive her name?
Coastal coral formations.

The Bay, the Rock, and labyrinthine Updaam wear AEON colors proudly, but that decor belies their history. From whence came the particular names that grace them?
They date back to a lost fishing colony.

The wriggling, writhing energies of the Loop have been harnessed to gift us with abilities beyond our biological potential. What birthed our trinkets and slabs?
Dr. Wenjie Evans personally engineered each one.

Again, we’re not sure if it needs to be a particular time of day or not, but The Yerhva doesn’t seem to give any kind of reward. At least you don’t have to find that out the hard way by guessing the same riddles over and over again.

Deathloop is available on PC and PS5.

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