Resident Evil 4 Grave Robber request guide

Where to destroy the tombstone emblems of traitorous twins for the Grave Robber request in Resident Evil 4 remake.

Grave Robber is one of the many requests you can complete to earn spinels in Resident Evil 4 remake. You’ll be able to grab this one after you reach the church location, and it tasks you to “destroy the tombstone emblems” on the graves on traitorous twins.

If you’re having trouble finding the correct place or wondering what to do, our Resident Evil 4 Grave Robber request guide will walk you through all the relevant steps so you can claim your prize.

Resident Evil 4 Grave Robber request guide

Resident Evil 4 grave robber request guide
 
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To complete the Grave Robber request in Resident Evil 4 remake, you need to shoot or stab two specific emblems in the graveyard outside of the church. It’s the same church you’ll be aiming to rescue Ashley from. Given the number of enemies about when you return here after getting the church emblem, we highly recommend completing the Grave Robber request the first time you arrive at the church.

Grave robber request guide resident evil 4 remake
 
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The gravestones you’re looking for are located in the northeast corner of the graveyard, as shown on the map above. You want to look for two gravestones side y side which feature matching V symbols.

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Once you’ve found the matching gravestones (as shown in the image above), shoot the V symbols in the circular dents at the top of the graves. Destroy both and you’ll be informed that you’ve completed the Grave Robber request. 

The next time you meet the Merchant, you’ll be able to claim your reward of two spinels for completing the task. The Grave Robber request is one of the easier tasks available in the Resident Evil 4 remake. While it doesn’t offer much in the way of spinels, it’s well worth completing so that you can trade for upgrades and rare treasures. For more guides, check out our Farm Blue Medallions locations guide here

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