- Figured it out. It was just a bug on the 360. I quick saved and reloaded and I could turn them again. Seems to be all the bugs I've encountered can usually be fixed this way. --DgTexan (talk) 18:30, 7 December 2012 (GMT)
 "Missing" puzzle sign
The sign for the first whale is located on the east part of the chamber's upper level. Could somebody please add this to the article? — Unsigned comment by 126.96.36.199 (talk) at 13:36 on 29 December 2012
There are a couple of chests that can bee easily missed.
The first one is just after the second bridge section in the large cave with plenty of Reiklings, it is just off to the right of the path slightly below foot level next to it is a leg of goat. The second chest is towards the end of this cave/room where you turn right to stay in this cave cross over the last bridge section and the turn immediately left and follow the path down and around to a silver ore vein and then carry on to a second vein along with a small burial urn, drop down here and it is right beside you. Biffa (talk) 08:53, 19 March 2013 (GMT)
 Norwegian translation
A much better translation for "Benkongerike" would be "Bone Kingdom". It is a literal translation, it's still a correct translation, and "Bone Kingdom" could mean either "Kingdom of Bones" or "Kingdom made from bones" in english. Jyggorath (talk) 07:47, 18 August 2014 (GMT)
- Good point. I've changed the wording of the note appropriately. Feel free to make changes like that yourself, if you'd like. New editors are always welcome. – Robin Hood (talk) 15:55, 18 August 2014 (GMT)
 Missing Whale plaque at puzzle gate
The first item in the Notes section states:
"The combination for the puzzle-door in Benkongerike Great Hall is (from left to right) Eagle—Whale—Whale—Snake. The sign for the first whale is missing, and seems to have been used as a door for a riekling's tent on the upper level's east side of the chamber."
This note should be ammended, and simply state where the missing plaque is to be found. The speculation for the Riekling's use of the plaque is not helpful, and without basis. Riekling tents and huts do not have doors. Also, this plaque is merely propped against the chamber wall, and is not incorporated into the Riekling structures in that area.
If I was going to speculate on why the Rieklings moved the Whale plaque, I'd say it seems they merely used it for decoration. The plaque is decorated with the Riekling's characteristic blue-green paint swirls. Evil-i (talk) 20:25, 19 April 2015 (GMT)