A Queen’s Vision is the tenth mini-chapter in Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora. The young Sarentu, with the help of Etuwa, looks into the cause of the kinglor hive’s migration to the Hometree through the kinglor queen’s memory. Read ahead as we go through the events of A Queen’s Vision in Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora and share some tips on how to complete the chapter.
To start the chapter, you will have to progress through The Eye of Eywa, where you will have to gather Swamp Hive Nectar to make niktsyey for the kinglor queen ritual. Pin the nectar from your Hunter’s Guide to locate where you can find one.
After gathering the nectar, bring it back to Etuwa and Nefika at the Glade of Light to start the ritual.
During the ritual, you will bond with the kinglor queen. You’ll then get the queen’s point of view as she starts off from their original place in the forest.
While sharing the queen’s vision, you can control her as she flies through the forest. Follow the path and use the swarms of kinglor to guide you through the forest.
Eventually, you will spot an RDA facility with a machine that sends out pulses, which causes the kinglor to get disoriented. The pulses also cause the flowers that they feed on to close up, preventing the swarm from feeding.
Continue flying under the balloon that is causing the waves, and you’ll encounter another one that has crashed into the water. Pass through it and head towards the waterfalls. Make your way to the ravine on the right side and follow the air currents that go through it.
At the end of the ravine, you will meet up with Etuwa, who has been looking over the Hometree from a distance, and the vision ends.
Back from the vision, Etuwa and Nefika ask about what you saw. You then tell them that it was RDA’s floating devices in the sky that forcefully drove the kinglor to seek shelter in the Hometree. You have an idea of how to disrupt and stop the devices, but you will have to get to the skies to do so. Etuwa and Nefika suggest that it is now time for you to get bonded to an ikran to help you fly.