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Every Answer To Deathloop's Yervha Quiz

Most fans just can't get enough of "Deathloop" now that it finally released after being delayed earlier this year. Critics had glowing reviews for the game, and it's easy to see why.  The game doesn't take too long to beat and there's an endlessly fun multiplayer, making it a must-play for many gamers. However, "Deathloop" isn't exactly easy, and there are plenty of puzzles that players will need to solve in order to progress.

One of the most difficult puzzles in the game is Yervha's quiz. The various questions in the trivia machine are long, complex, and incredibly detailed. The questions don't even pop up in the same order, so it's not like you can remember the correct order of multiple choice answers. It's not just a standard four-answer multiple choice quiz either — there are eight options for each question, and there are ten questions. The game wants to make sure you know what you're talking about.

If you're struggling to answer these riddles correctly, don't worry! Here are all the answers to each question Yervha will ask. There are plenty of video tutorials that show you these same answers, such as the No-Nonsense YouTube guide and GosuNoob's YouTube walkthrough.

All the Answers to Yervha's Questions

Since the questions appear in a random order, these are just a list of the questions and answers you'll need to know:

  • 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? Answer: 3, A military air base.

  • Decades ago, warmongers toyed with the temporal tides eddying about Blackreef. Their sigil-marked temples stand still. What named their doomed enterprise? Answer: 3, Operation Horizon.

  • Blackreef boasts a bountiful feast for the senses. Which transcendent work towers above the island's myriad other artistic pursuits? Answer: 7, The nose, chin, and eyes of Charlie Montague.

  • 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? Answer: 7, Dr Wenjie Evans personally engineered each one.

  • The Bay, the Rock, and labyrinthine Updaam wear AEON colors proudly, but that decor belies their history. From whence came the peculiar names that grace them? Answer: 5, They date back to a lost fishing colony.

  • From what seed did AEON spring? Answer: 6, The shared ambitions of Harriet Morse, Egor Serling, and Dr Wenjie Evans.

  • AEON graces this island as kaleidoscopic jewels upon the neck of the world's greatest beauty. What seeks the Program? Answer: 3, The advancement of human potentiality and enlightenment.

  • 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? Answer: 8, Coastal coral formations.

  • Before AEON's arrival, Blackreef slept in frozen utero, awaiting new purpose. Who then made landfall, reawakening her from slumber? Answer: 2, Colt Vahn and Egor Serling, on a voyage of discovery.

  • Harriet Morse is the gatekeeper, Blackreef the gate. A Veil hangs across the threshold. What do we discover when it parts? Answer: 4, The Great Beyond.

What Happens Next

Once players complete Yervha's little trivia game, they'll be rewarded with a line of about where the Yervha machine came form. Fun fact — it ties into some of the questions the machine asks, and players might notice the name Charlie Montague and AEON.

However, the "reward" players earn doesn't seem worthy to some players. According to a user on Reddit, the quiz itself is part of a five-mission Accomplishment that players can unlock to try and 100% the game. However, someone pointed out that the other four parts of the Accomplishment give you something beyond just lore. 

Regardless, it seems like a lot of hassle for some players who may not be interested in collecting every Accomplishment in the game. Lore as a reward kind of makes sense, though — if you look at the questions Yervha asks, you'll notice that they're all tying in to some kind of lore about the game, making the world more expansive and rich.