GW2 Dark Reverie Caledon Forest jumping puzzle guide
Guild Wars 2 Dark Reverie jumping puzzle guide with detailed explanations and video walkthrough. Dark Reverie is a jumping puzzle in Caledon Forest located right behind Morgan’s Leap. Players wishing to attempt this jumping puzzle will need to successfully attempt Morgan’s Leap first. This puzzle has one difficult jump but the rest are fairly straightforward. Missing a jump, however, will most likely cause death due to fall damage. If there are no players below to rez you, you will need to redo Morgan’s Leap to start the puzzle again.
After you successfully finish Morgan’s Leap, you will need to run ahead past the friendly Jungle Spider Hatchlings and jump over a small gap.There will be a couple mobs (Nightmare Court Archers, Spiders) to fight through before you can jump down.
Once you get to the bottom, you will need to be super careful as there are quite a few veteran and small groups of mobs roaming. You will need to head straight across to the other side, where you will see a bunch of mushroom steps that go up.
Make sure you kill any Nightmare Mortars and Bursting Bramble you encounter along the way. Bursting Bramble, especially, will put Confusion and other nasty DoTs on you so becareful when killing them that you don’t kill yourself. Not killing them will likely put you in combat, which will most likely cause you to miss jumps.
Your first semi difficult jump is here, you will need to kill the Bursting Bramble first and jump on top the branch the Bramble was occupying. Arrows illustrate one path you can take here.
Another not so straightforward jump is here, which is close to the most difficult jump in the entire puzzle.
Once you get to this jump, your first instinct is probably to jump directly on top of the leaf (dotted line). A lot of people don’t make this jump and fall to their death (on populated servers, you can see a pile of dead bodies below, waiting to be rezzed). What I found easier is to actually jump on the branch instead and then jump up on the leaf.
Past this jump, the end is not far off and there are no more difficult jumps.