How to complete the In My Image side quest in Tiny Tina’s Worderlands

As you explore the overworld in Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands, you will come across many NPCs who desperately need your help. Oftentimes, you’ll need to complete their side quests before you can continue with the main story. This guide explains how to complete In My Image, one of the early side quests in the game.

Where do you start in my picture?

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You can select In My Image soon after leaving Brighthoof in search of a bard. The NPC that will give you this quest is near the pink house behind Brighthoof on the Overworld map. They want you to carve their likeness in three stones. You can do this by pressing the melee button near these stones, but you’ll need to explore them to find them all.

Where are the stones you need to carve?

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The first stone is next to the quest-giving NPC, so you won’t have to look far for it. The second is on the higher path to your right as you walk along the nearby path. You will continue to encounter an Engineer and must complete his Working Blueprint quest before you can cross him and get to his higher path to carve the stone.

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The last stone you have to carve is on the path from the dungeon, which you have to clear as part of the search for the engineer. Along this path there is another NPC standing by a cauldron. If you ignore him and keep going, you’ll find the last stone. Once you’ve carved them all, head back to the quest giver for a neat little reward. How to complete the In My Image side quest in Tiny Tina’s Worderlands

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