Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands Collectibles Guide – Queen’s Gate Lost Marbles

Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands is now available and is every bit as addictive, exciting and entertaining as you’d hope. In our review, we wrote that Wonderlands is “is a love letter to pen & paper RPGs…with guns.” It’s got magic, dragons and a whooooole lot of guns. There are also quite a number of levels and chapters that the story takes place across.

There are a number of levels that are required to be completed and a handful of optional ones, though they’re all great and well worth exploring, especially if you want to level up your character.

Within each of the levels, there are missions, quests, collectibles and more. One of the main types of collectibles are Lost Marbles. These give you little bits of lore and contain extra story for the Wonderlands.

Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands Queen’s Gate – Lost Marbles

The first Lost Marble you can find in Queen’s Gate is located at the eastern edge of the Goblin infested area to the west of the level. After you head through the cave to this section, go to the very northern tip of the area and look for the Lost Marble at the base of a tower.

The second Lost Marble is located on the far western island and can only be reached after you’ve completed the main quest for Queen’s Gate and tackle the side quests. As part of one side quest (no spoilers) you need to travel to this western island and through a trapped corridor. After travelling through the corridor and pass by some wind traps designed to blow you off the ledge, you’ll need to kill some enemies. Once they’re dead you can go inside the newly opened door and grab the Lost Marble.


That’s all for the Lost Marbles in Queen’s Gate. You can check out other guides for Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands here.

Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands is now available.

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