To get through brown flesh walls in Blasphemous 2, you’ll need the help of one of the starting weapons. However, since you can only get one of them at a time, you may need to explore the Crown of Towers first to get the needed weapon.
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What You Need to Get Through Brown Flesh Walls
You need the Ruego Al Alba sword to break through brown flesh walls in Blasphemous 2. No other weapon lets you break through the brown flesh walls. As such, if you pick Ruego Al Alba as your starting weapon, you’ll be able to pass by these obstacles right away.
You need to equip Ruego Al Alba and perform a dropdown attack from a sufficient height to break brown flesh walls. To do this, you need to get as high into the air as possible and then hold down on the control stick (or d-pad) while pressing the attack button.
If done correctly, you’ll hit the ground with enough force to send out rending red waves that cut through brown flesh walls. Say goodbye to these nuisances!
The Uses of Brown Flesh Walls
Unlike other obstacles that require you to use a specific weapon to get by them—like bells covered in faces and mirror statues—brown flesh walls have no alternative usage. They’re obstacles that impede your progress and nothing more. On top of being walls, these fleshy barricades can also be floors. Thankfully, once destroyed, they don’t come back.
Where to Find Ruego Al Alba
If you didn’t pick Ruego Al Alba as your starting weapon, you can find it later on in the Crown of Tower area. From the second Prie Dieu along the bottom of this region, head to the right. A few screens later, you’ll come across a green statue where the Ruego Al Alba is embedded. Interact with the statue to get the sword.
After pulling this blade from its statue sheath, you’ll get a few short tutorial messages about how to wield it. Once that’s done, you’re free to explore and brandish Ruego Al Alba as you see fit. On the map image below, we’ve outlined the room where you’ll find Ruego Al Alba with a red circle.
You can switch weapons at any time. To do so, use L1 on a PS5 controller, L on a Nintendo Switch controller, Left Bumper on an Xbox controller, and the Q key if playing on a PC.
Ruego Al Alba is great for fighting enemies as well as clearing through brown flesh walls. It’s the most balanced out of the three weapons in the game. In regards to attack speed, range, and power, it’s the middle-ground choice. As such, it’s a great tool to have in your arsenal when confronting bosses such as Orospina, Lady Embroiderer and Great Preceptor Radamés.