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Fable 3 Auroran Flowers guide

Getting Fable 3's Flower Power Achievement can be a little tricky, the Auroran Flowers are something you can’t collect until you’ve discovered Aurora and its two surrounding regions. Luckily the 30 flowers are only spread across three areas.

There are six different colors, and finding five flowers of one particular hue will unlock special tattoo dyes. Unfortunately, unlike the keys and the gnomes, the number of flowers in each region does not appear on the world map so keep track!

 

Check out all our other Fable 3 Collectibles Guides right here!

Keys Guide | Rare Book Guide | Auroran Flowers Guide | Gnome Guide | Legendary Weapons Guide

 

 

Aurora (5 Flowers)

 

From the Demon Door, head left up the hill. On the right just before the post is the green flower.


You’ll need to swim from the docks to reach this little strip of dirt where the blue flower rests.


Coming from the docks, you’ll notice a short wall just before you reach the shops. Hop over, and check behind the statue for the purple flower.


If you’re heading up the path leading to the Shifting Sands, there is an alley on the right leading to the “Sandsky House.” To the right of the house’s door is a small room with the yellow flower.

Just to the right of the big shrine at the back of the city you’ll find the orange flower.

 

 

The Shifting Sands (12 Flowers)

Coming from Aurora, at the bottom of the steps behind this pillar you’ll find an orange flower.

To the left of the stairs leading to Aurora.

If you’re coming from the Sandfall Palace, stick to the right and you’ll find this purple flower next to a pillar.

If you continue the path past the silver key, you’ll find this yellow flower. It’s near where the two halves of the Shifting Sands connect.

After having passed under the arch going from the Auroran side to the Shadelight side, stick to the right. You’ll find this flower growing in a small patch of sunlight.

This flower is in the middle of the area on the Shadelight side.

Coming from the Auroran side, stick to the left of the desert. In the northwestern corner you’ll find this blue flower.

(Sandfall Palace) As you descend the first set of stairs look for a patch of sand on your right.

(Sandfall Palace) When you reach your first fork in the road, take the stairs on your left down to the beach and nab this flower.

(Sandfall Palace) In the second large room you’ll notice this wheel structure at ground level. The flower is right there in the grass.

(Sandfall Palace) In the second large room, circle around to the right side of the first staircase to find this flower growing out of the shrine.

(Sandfall Palace) In the third and final large room, take the door on the left. Just inside this area is a red flower.

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6 comments

  • djtrails - November 16, 2010 1:23 p.m.

    oh and the blue flower in shifting sands "Coming from the Auroran side, stick to the left of the desert. In the northwestern corner you’ll find this blue flower." the flower is actually in the southwest corner of the map. i just spent about an hour searching the norhtwest portion of the map for the last flower. i finally decided to see if i was in bizarroland where up is down and sure enough my search was over....
  • djtrails - November 16, 2010 12:46 p.m.

    it would be really amazing if more than 1 sentence was used to describe a location in a very complex and repetitive environment. for example "In the sand near the end of the long ledge." AWESOME! its by that thing near that place with that rock.... if there were no pics it would be a fail of mass proportions. however the pics help enough to get me in the ballpark. regardless of the vague descriptions, thanks for takin' the time to make this guide!
  • GamesRadarMichaelGrimm - November 3, 2010 11:42 p.m.

    Enjoy! Can't wait to play this myself.
  • mockraven - November 3, 2010 8:37 p.m.

    Just beat the storyline and need to get on to the collectibles. This will help a lot, thanks much! :)
  • Crabhand - November 3, 2010 8:34 p.m.

    Heh, I only had one more to go and I wasn't exactly excited to tour the entire desert again to find it. Nice guide!
  • Sy87 - November 3, 2010 7:57 p.m.

    GR is always #1 in guides. Sweet thanks alot and keep it up.

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