The Delver’s Trinkets are collectibles you’ll find in the Horizon Forbidden West: Burning Shores DLC. Find all of them and you’ll unlock an errand that will lead you to a generous pile of treasure. You’ll also unlock a trophy for completing the said errand.
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Delvers’ Trinket Checklist
To better keep track of these collectibles, use our checklist. You can bookmark this webpage and come back later for easy reference!
This collectible is in a building southeast of Fleet’s End, directly beside a Frost Bellowback site. Fly to the building and glide to the wooden platform on the side of the building to avoid fighting the Bellowback below.
Once you’re on the platform, look over to the blaze on the platform above. Shoot it with a fire arrow to blow it up. This will create a hole inside the building. Enter the building and climb up to the newly formed hole. You’ll find the Delver’s Cap on a table in the room above.
The next Delvers’ Trinket—the Cherish Flask—is found inside a cave east of Fleet’s End, under a campfire. Get inside the cave, then make your way on the ground to the furthest right. From here, face southwest and look up to spot a firegleam. Shoot at this first.
Then, look across and you’ll find a crate. Pull it to your position using a Pullcaster. Head to the elevated ground with a ladder to the west. Once here, pull the crate to your position once again.
Head over to the wooden platform to the south, then pull the crate to your position once last time. Once the crate is in front of you, get on top of it and climb onto the platform above. Keep climbing onward from here until you’re on the highest ground in the cave. You’ll find the Cherished Flask here.
The next Delvers’ Trinket is a toy called the Lucky Porker, and it’s inside a building you can enter by breaking the ceiling from above. Fly over to the location marked on the image of the map above. This island is located directly south of Fleet’s End. Once here, use your Pullcaster to break open the ceiling. Be careful of the Clamberjaws here. You can avoid fighting them if you’re careful.
Once the ceiling has been broken, jump inside and you’ll find the Lucky Porker.
Hef the Hammer
Hef the Hammer is in a cave under a shelter southwest of Fleet’s End. From the shelter, walk east and lower the ladder. Climb down, then grab the ledge to the left and keep going until you’re inside the cave. Just a few steps ahead is the desired trinket laying on the ground.
The Old Pot is in the northwesternmost corner of the map, right next to a Slitherfang site. The trinket is on a table right behind a lingering Slitherfang. You don’t need to fight the machine to pick up the trinket. You can simply sneak around it to get to the table.
The Music Box is inside a cave to the north, right next to a Clamberjaw site. You can easily sneak into the entrance of the cave without alerting the Clamberjaws.
However, an Apex Scorcher roams the inside of the cave. You might have to fight this machine, or you can pick up the Music Box from the table inside the cave quickly enough without having to fight the Scorcher.
The Mighty Pint is in a building on the westernmost island on the map. A stormcloud is hovering over this island. You’ll first have to defeat the Stormbird that’s flying around inside the stormcloud to fully navigate this island.
Once the Stormbird is dealt with, make your way to the building on the western end of the island to get the Mighty Pint.
The Delvers’ Trove
Once you obtain all the previous Delvers’ Trinkets, The Delvers’ Trove Errand will be unlocked. Follow the pin on the map and you’ll arrive at the Delvers’ Camp.
From the camp, ride your mount and fly west. Continue heading west until you’re on the shores that lead to Cauldron: Theta. Once here, walk towards two logs that form an “X” surrounded by two red bushes. Interact with the logs to reveal a chest beneath. Open it to find the Delvers’ Trove.
This entire ordeal is one of the best side activities you can do in the Burning Shores DLC because it rewards you with 15 Brimshines, along with other Legendary and Very Rare materials. On top of that, you’ll also unlock the “Recovered the Delver’s Trove” trophy. The DLC is fairly short, which means this also gives you a reason to explore the San Francisco area a bit more. If you want more things to do in the DLC, take to the skies and seek out Aerial Captures!