Where to find & how to use Stargazers in Lies of P

Where to find & how to use Stargazers in Lies of P
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Written by 

Jack Roberts


9th Jun 2023 14:14

In Lies of P, as you journey through the dilapidated streets of Krat, you’re sure to come across a Stargazer along the way - and you may be wondering what they are and how they can benefit you. Here, we’ll be breaking down everything you need to know about  Stargazers in the game alongside the best ways for you to use them.

Where can you find Stargazers?

The earliest place you will find a Stargazer in Lies of P is in the Main Plaza of Krat proper, following the tutorial areas of the Train Station you wake up in.

After fighting hoards of puppets in the Station, and learning the basics of the game, you’ll eventually make your way out to the Plaza. As you climb down the steps, you will see a small collection of glowing blue particles in front of a statue.

These particles are the Stargazer. However, in its current state, it cannot be used. Thankfully, repairing the Stargazer is simple, with just a press of a button. But now that you have found and repaired your Stargazer in, you’re going to want to know how to use it.

Image shows P activating a Stargazer in Lies of P
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Images via NEOWIZ

How to use Stargazers

The Stargazers are your checkpoints, so, if (or more likely, when) you die, you will return to the last Stargazer you rested at. You can also use them to level up P to make him stronger.  However, despite it also replenishing your health and healing items, it also revives all the enemies you have defeated before resting at it.

After this you will continue to find Stargazers as you progress through the game, popping up consistently alongside shortcuts. You will also always find them before a boss fights too.

An in-game description of the Stargazer in Lies of P
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Images via NEOWIZ

Much like Elden Ring’s Sites of Grace, Bloodborne’s Lamps, or Dark Souls’ iconic Bonfires, resting at a Stargazer certainly has its pros, but there are also a few caveats in there as well.

When you do eventually need a slight reprieve, make sure you are ready to face the common enemies you have defeated again.

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Jack Roberts
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Jack Roberts
Jack is a Guides Writer at GGRecon. With a BA (Hons) & MA in English and Creative Writing, he was also the Gaming Editor for The Indiependent. When not pondering which game has the best cup of coffee (and drinking far too much of it himself), he can often be found playing Dead by Daylight, Street Fighter or making yet another build in Bloodborne.
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