Immortals Fenyx Rising Lyre puzzles are some of the game's most common but least explained Myth challenges. Here's where to find and how to solve these harp songs.

Immortals Fenyx Rising Lyre Challenges Guide: Locations and Solutions

Immortals Fenyx Rising Lyre puzzles are some of the game's most common but least explained Myth challenges. Here's where to find and how to solve these harp songs.

In Immortals Fenyx Rising, there are plenty of enemies to fight, secrets to discover, and puzzles to solve. One of the most common puzzles is the Lyre puzzle and its two forms: the Big Lyre and Small Lyre. The game quite gleefully never really explains these Myth challenges, and instead leaves the harp songs as a mystery for players to figure out themselves.

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If you’re stumped, our Immortals Fenyx Rising Lyre guide will explain what to do in order to reap the rewards of solving these harp puzzles, as well as where to find them across the map.

How to Solve Immortals Fenyx Rising Lyre Puzzles

Across The Golden Isle, you’ll find two kinds of lyres: the statuesque Big Lyres and the much easier-to-miss Small Lyres.

There are six Big Lyres in the game, which includes one in each region, except the Gates of Tartaros. The Small Lyres tie directly into the Big Lyres. 

When you’re exploring and come upon a Small Lyre, interact with it to play a tune. Each Small Lyre will auto-play about four to six musical notes. Store the notes to memory (or consider recording them) as the lyre puzzles are a bit like Simon Says. 

Each Small Lyre tune must be brought to a particular Big Lyre for playback. For example, if you find a tune in Clashing Rocks, you must play the song at Clashing Rocks’ Big Lyre and no other.

After interacting with each Small Lyre, travel to that region’s Big Lyre location (each Big Lyre location is shown below). Using your bow, fire arrows at the same notes in the same order to replay the tune you heard from before.

If done successfully, you’ll complete the puzzle and earn a few coins to spend on upgrades such as Skills and God Powers.

Immortals Fenyx Rising Big Lyre Locations and Solutions

As mentioned, there are six Big Lyres in Immortals, one in each region with the exception of the centermost region, Gates of Tartaros. Below, you’ll find a map image revealing each of the Big Lyre locations in the game.

Additionally, if you’re looking for a shortcut in these Myth challenges, we’ve provided the correct notes to play on each Big Lyre.  

Clashing Rocks Big Lyre Location

This Big Lyre can be found southeast of the Hermes Statue in Clashing Rocks.

Musical Notes:

  • 2-4-1
  • 4-3-4-1
  • 3-1-2-4-4
Valley of Eternal Spring Big Lyre Location 

This Big Lyre can be found northwest of the Aphrodite Statue in Valley of Eternal Spring.

Musical Notes:

  • 4-2-1-4-2
  • 3-2-3-1-4
  • 2-4-1-3
  • 1-3-2-4-2-1
War’s Den Big Lyre Location

Find this Big Lyre west of the Ares Statue in War’s Den.

Musical Notes:

  • 3-1-1-2-4-3
  • 2-1-3-2-3-4
  • 1-1-4-2-3
  • 2-3-1-4-2-4
Grove of Kleos Big Lyre

Find this Big Lyre south of the Athena Statue in Grove of Kleos.

  • 2-4-1
  • 1-4-3
  • 2-1-3-4
The Forgelands Big Lyre

This Big Lyre’s location is northeast of the Hephaistos Statue in the Forgelands.

Musical Notes:

  • 1-4-1-3
  • 3-2-1
  • 1-3-2-3
King’s Peak Big Lyre

This Big Lyre can be found northwest of the King of Gods Statue in King’s Peak. 

Musical Notes:

  • 2-2-4-2-3
  • 3-4-4-2-3
  • 1-4-2-3

Now that you know where each of the Big Lyres are in The Golden Isle and their harp song solutions, you’ll be able to solve every Small Lyre Myth Challenge and earn a helping heaping of Charon coins to make Fenyx a greater warrior. For more tips on Ubisoft’s new IP, check out our guide on Immortals Fenyx Rising best upgrades to unlock early.

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