Hollow Knight – Hunter’s Journal

This is a list of the creatures you need to defeat to complete the journal.

Hunter’s Journal

These are all the creatures you need to complete the journal. You can obtain the entries for invicible enemies by examining special objects. There is no way to lock yourself out of being able to complete the journal.

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Tricky Enemy Locations

Most of the enemies are easy to find, but a few are tricky.

Here are the locations of some of the ones people commonly have trouble with:

  • Goam – A petrified one is located through a secret passage in the Crossroads near its border with the Fungal Wastes.
  • Gorgeous Husk – It’s located through a secret passage in one of the houses near King’s Station.
  • Void Tendrils – It’s located in an upward secret passage on the lower right portion of the Abyss.
  • Elder Hu – He can be found at a dead end in the Fungal Wastes. If you look at the location of the Leg Eater and follow the map slightly downwards you shouldn’t have trouble finding it.

Written by Celery.

Volodymyr Azimoff
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1 Comment

  1. Askance stare

    The frozen askance stare
    Of a wounded hare;
    The single hypnotic eye
    Saying to me ‘why! why!’
    Was the last straw to the fun —
    To my craving for the gun.

    Boghos L. Artinian

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