How to solve Mitch Conners riddles South Park: The Fractured But Whole

If you’re stuck on the South Park: The Fractured But Hole Mitch Conner riddles, we’ve got the solutions you need in this guide. You’ll meet Mitch Conner (who definitely isn’t Cartman’s left hand) towards the end of South Park: The Fractured But Whole (opens in new tab), where he’ll appear and bring a reign of terror to the New Kid and Freedom Pals. During the the ‘To Catch a Coon’ story mission, you’ll need to solve several riddles set by Conner to find locations around town, but if you follow this guide then you’ll get where you need to be in no time.

“Go to the place where people get their coffee fix.”

This first riddle is pretty obvious, and the game even tells you to go to Tweek Bros. Coffee. Once there, speak to the guy in the red shirt – he’ll hand you a phone, which Conner will use to deliver the next riddle.

Death Store
“A place where death comes in all shapes and sizes – go into this store to find what your prize is.”

The second riddle is a little more tricky, but the place in South Park most associated with death (other than the morgue you briefly visit) is Jimbo’s Guns, so head on over there. Inside, take a selfie with the campaigner, to receive the final riddle.

Happiness Reigns
“I am a place where seats hang from chains; part desert, part jungle, where happiness reigns.”

It doesn’t take a genius to work out that this refers to the swings, sand and trees/climbing equipment of The Playground, so make haste down the street to get there. You’ll find another campaigner to take a selfie with, at which point the mission will direct you to the Community Center to reach its conclusion.

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