How to Locate Saintsbridge in Octopath Traveler

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Octopath Traveler is an incredibly addicting pixel RPG. Players control eight different characters that have their unique backstory. The game has many different locations and interesting quests, but sometimes it is difficult to navigate. And in this guide, we will tell you how to get to Saintsbridge.

How to Locate Saintsbridge

Saintsbridge is a beautiful city where, in addition to the cathedral, players will be able to visit several houses and, of course, find interesting quests. However, finding this city is quite difficult if you do not know where to look. So, first, you need to get to South Clearbrook Traverse. You can do this by heading southwest from Clearbrook.

Upon arriving at South Clearbrook Traverse, players should head east. You will walk long enough until you reach the Sign Post. This Sign points to the Sunlands to the south. And although this is not the place you are looking for, you need to head south.

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Next, you need to go west to find a chest with 500 Leaves. After that, go down until you see a new Sign Post. After reading this Sign, you will find out that the city you need is located in the west. So all you have to do to get to Saintsbridge is go further west.

Also, on the way to the city, you can meet an NPC who is trying to get to Clearbrook. We recommend that you use Ophilia to help this NPC. After that, you will need to get to Clearbrook and find the boy on the bridge. This will complete the quest, and you will be rewarded with 2,000 Leaves.

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