Sable Glide and Seek Walkthrough: Where to Find the Children in Eccria

There's a side quest that you can pick up in Eccria called Glide and Seek. Sable will need to find three children around town. It can be tricky given how labyrinthian the area is. Here's how to complete the Glide and Seek mission, with a description as to where the 3 children are hiding.

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Sable Glide and Seek Walkthrough: Where to Find the Children in Eccria

There are three children to find as part of the Glide and Seek mission in Sable. They are all found in Eccria, which makes things easier, though it can be a difficult area to navigate. Let's start with the first child:

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Look for the doorway shown in the screenshot above. The first child is hiding in there. We've included a screenshot of the location on the map below:

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Now onto the second child. you'll want to look for a spiky green tree in one of the courtyards. If you climb up onto the rooftops it's hard to miss. Check out the screenshot below for more info.

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you'll find a child resting against one of the doorframes in this area. Have a look at the map below for a more detailed location.

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Finally, we have the third and final child. Finding them will complete the quest. They can be found on the second floor of the plaza. You can see them hiding in the screenshot below:

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This area is going to be difficult to find without a map, so we've included one below. As always with this sort of quest, try to get up high and check your surroundings. Sable can be quite busy visually, so taking the time to get your bearings can really pay dividends.

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That's all you need to know about completing the Glide and Seek quest in Sable. For more on the game be sure to check out our look at changing the colour of your bike. Elsewhere there's our walkthrough for the Heartbreak in the City quest in Eccria.

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