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How to use a Ouija Board in Phasmophobia

How to use a Ouija Board in Phasmophobia

The Ouija Board is an item you can find on most levels in Phasmophobia. You can use it to gather evidence of paranormal activity, which could be one of the objectives on the whiteboard at the start of your mission. It’s not exactly clear how to use this item, so we’re going to show you how to do it in this guide. Here’s how to use a Ouija Board in Phasmophobia.

How to use a Ouija Board in Phasmophobia

Ouija Boards are items you can find in closets, basements, and other rooms in Phasmophobia. They can spawn anywhere, so be on the lookout for them while you’re hunting. When you come across a Ouiji Board, interact with it to make it glow. When it’s glowing, that means it’s active. At that point, you can ask a series of questions and wait for the ghost to respond on the board. You can also pick up the board and move it to another more active room if you have trouble getting a response.

Here’s a list of questions you can ask the ghost on the Ouija Board in Phasmophobia:

  • How old are you?
  • Where are you?
  • Where is your room?
  • Who did you kill?
  • Who is your victim?
  • Are you old?
  • Are you young?
  • How many people are here?
  • Are you alone?
  • Are there any spirits?

One thing to keep in mind is that if a spirit responds to you with the Ouija Board, you can take a photo of the board. Doing this will count as evidence and net you some bonus money. Using the Ouija Board also lowers your sanity, unless it’s a Demon. One of the Demon’s weaknesses is that asking it questions on the Ouija Board does not make you less sane.

If you notice the lights flash momentarily after asking the spirit a question on the board, there’s a good chance your sanity just plummeted. It might be time to take a break in the truck or pop some sanity pills. It’s good to know this because if your sanity gets too low, it could immediately trigger a hunt.

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