Story pages and side quests

Looking to complete your story pages and plan to complete the side quests on Two-Town in Lost Random? You are in the right place. It is a twisted city that has changed every day by a sudden change that even the mayor is affected. As part of our Lost in Random guide, this is where you’ll find all of the story pages and a guide to all of the side quests.

Where can you find all the pages of history in Two Town?

The first page of the storybook can be found after talking to Jilted Jane. Just go back up the path and find the Storybook page beyond a trap. There is no way to jump through, but there are two tiles visible on the ground.

Get on the first tile and command the dice to go to the second to reveal a shiny blue target. Shoot it with your slingshot and it will open half of the wooden bridge.

Stand on the tile where Dicey is located and let Dicey go to where you stood before to reveal another target. Shoot it and it will complete the wooden bridge. You can now safely cross to the other side and retrieve the storybook page.

The second page of the storybook is upside down in Two-town, near Bill Welding. Go down the stairs where you found the inspiration for the second poem. Look behind you and see a green target. Shoot it with your slingshot to bring down a platform just above the stairs with the second page of the storybook. Collect it right away.

Two Town Side Quests Guide

Royal entanglement

This quest involves Little Joe where you head to Two-Town Square for your main objective. He is being hunted down by the queen’s robots and all you have to do is defeat them to complete this quest.

A reward to die for

First, talk to Lisbette the Mysterious for an interesting but spooky dialogue about the dice. She even promised a spell card in exchange for a dice, the same as Dicey, your dice mate. This then brings you to visit several people in Seller Street where you trade various types of things, from rare words to something as illegal as a dice.

Then talk to Wordly Wanda in Seller Street, the Great Catfish Scholar, and choose the second option if he asks you for something to trade. He will then give you a very rare word that you can exchange for something else.

Head further up Vendor Street and find a tall, hunched-back vendor called Max Petwell. Give her the rare word you received from Wordly Wanda. You get a Gubblegregger for trading.

Now go to Scoundrel’s Alley and go up some stairs just after leaving Seller Street. Go over a bridge and on an open area you will see your third shopkeeper, Little Joe. Swap the Gubblegregger with a strange four-sided skull, but it was actually a dice! You get the deck modification that will make your deck stay at exactly 15 cards. You also get the four-sided dead dice. Return to Lisbette to complete the quest.

Two sides to every story

This quest consists of obtaining three Bloobs which are found scattered around Two-Town. By obtaining these Bloobs for the Potion Maker, who has two faces and personalities, he can make a potion that could silence the other forever.

The first Bloob can be found after finding Wordly Wanda, at the top of a ladder. Just choose the third option to pick it up and then move on.

The second is after Max Petwell and Ratzaat Goo nearby. He’s just setting there on a broken wooden staircase. Again, choose the third option to get it back.

The third is just above Odo Thump, who is quite annoyed by the noise the Bloob is making. Cross the stairs right behind him and there you will find the howling drop of a mud. Just follow the conversation to pick it up. Return to Potion Maker to complete the quest.

Two old folks for this bloob

Go to Two-Town Square to find Odo Thump, complaining about a noise that has been annoying him for a long time. It’s right above him, just follow the stairs, walk past the planks and find… the Bloob. Just follow the conversation and pick it up.

Find Odo Thump and he will thank you for finally silencing the noisy creature with a reward of 100 coins.

Royam’s poem

To start this quest, you must go to the other side of the great mayor of Deux-Villes: Royam. Just get on the elevator and there it is on top at Upside Downtown. Talk to him and after the long dialogue the quest will be added.

You will need to find the first inspiration first. Pass Bill Welding with a very deep voice. Just go to the right and clean up the enemies you find inside the room. After that, talk to Big Red, Little Joe’s twin sister. This will start another quest, but it will be for later. After the dialogue, grab the poster on the wall to find the first inspiration.

The second inspiration is actually below Bill Welding. Just go down the stairs before him and reach the end where you see another poster. Grab it to claim the second inspiration.

The third inspiration is right behind Royam. Go just behind him where a path is visible and continue until you are blocked by two wooden crates. On the left side you will find it hidden in the wall.

Get back on your way and instead of going to the right, go straight past the plank and onto the left path and continue. At the end you will find the fourth inspiration.

Return to Royam to fight with the rhymes. Here are the answers: Sleeping Eyes, Croon, Spiritual Bouquet. After that, he will complete the quest.

To learn more about the Lost in Random guides, check out the Threedom guide. Here is a guide to completing all trophies and unlocking the Platinum Trophy.

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