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Where to Find All Meavora Statues

Jessica Dillon

There are quite a few things to do in Tchia, even outside of the 200-plus "Clam Pearl" iconClam Pearls and Trinkets, you need to collect. An easy and fun activity you can do is find all ten "Meavora Statue" iconMeavora Statues and destroy them using explosives. These statues can be found split between the main two islands in the game and easily spotted from the air. The guide below goes over where to find every "Meavora" iconMeavora Statue in the game and how to destroy them in Tchia.

The Meavora Statue at Silibom.

All Meavora Statue Locations

There are a total of ten Meavora Statues in Tchia. They are split between the islands of "Ija Nöj" iconIja Nöj and "Madra Nöj" iconMadra Nöj. These statues are easy to spot as they are on pedestals and quite large. Below is every Meavora Statue location in Tchia.

Statue Location Map Marker
Pwärä Boo Map Marker
"Weliwele" iconWeliwele Map Marker
Pûrû Bibiu Map Marker
"Tingeting" iconTingeting Map Marker
Bere Pidu Map Marker
"Silibom" iconSilibom Map Marker
"Aëmoon" iconAëmoon Map Marker
Hnapapa Map Marker
"Tru Tim" iconTru Tim Map Marker
Koilo Map Marker

How to Destroy Meavora Statue Locations

You will need to destroy Meavora Statues using explosives. This can be a bit confusing at first as you won’t have explosives just sitting around the statues when you approach them. This can be done in a variety of different ways, including using a chicken to spawn exploding eggs. For more information on how to destroy Meavora Statues, you will want to refer to our helpful guide here.

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Guide Information
  • Publisher
    Awaceb, Kepler Interactive
  • Platforms,
    PC, PS4, PS5
  • Genre
    Action Adventure, Adventure, Indie
  • Guide Release
    21 March 2023
  • Last Updated
    8 April 2023
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Tchia sets off on an adventure to rescue her father from the island’s ruler, Meavora, in this open-world adventure, inspired by New Caledonia. She can jump, glide, ride her boat, and even use her special gift to Soul-Jump into animals and objects. This guide currently contains the following content:

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