Looking to clear the way in the Tomb of Eilram and get past the Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order sphere puzzle? This walkthrough will help you solve the first puzzle on the planet Zeffo in Chapter Two. If you’re not quite there yet, check back if you’re stuck to avoid spoilers, although we’ve haven’t included any story spoilers in this guide, the mystery of the tomb and your Force powers should wait until Chapter Two.
The Tomb of Eilram is where you’ll find your first of many health stim canisters expansion. Hidden in this cave is a nifty extra health stim that will contribute to your overall health. The puzzle will involve manipulating spheres with your Force powers, including Force Push and Force Pull to trigger switches and navigate rooms.
You’ll come across the cave after your first encounter with the Skags in Chapter Two. If you’re having trouble solving the sphere puzzle and need a Tomb of Eilram walkthrough to acquire that extra health, here’s what you need to do.
Simply use your newly acquired force ability, Force Push, on the sphere at the top of the slope and move the sphere onto the lower switch. This will open a door that will lead you through to the second sphere.
Go through the doors and follow the path to the second sphere, you’ll need to use Force Push again to break the second sphere loose. Now launch the sphere onto the second platform using the wind on the ramp and then push the sphere on to the switch on the second platform.
Enter the pendulum room and you’ll see the third sphere. You can break this out by using Force Push against a wall. You’ll need to push the now broken sphere into the main room and into the wind tunnel. Now climb to the third level and use Force Hold to catch the sphere and then Force Push to move it onto the switch.
That’s how you solve the Tomb of Eilram puzzle in Jedi: Fallen Order. Check out our guide for the location of other stim packs and expansions in Jedi: Fallen Order or where you can find the Jedi: Fallen Order Scomp Link. Or, if you want to know when you’ll encounter the Tomb of Eilram in Chapter Two, by checking out how many chapters are in Jedi: Fallen Order.