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All the solutions to the Suicide Slum puzzle in Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League

The suicide ghetto is the smallest urban district in Suicide Squad: Destroying Justice Leaguebut there are still three puzzles spread throughout the area that the Riddler tasks you with finding.

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In this guide, we’ll look at where you need to go when you get to the Suicide Slum to find the solutions to these three puzzles. Just make sure to avoid the Green Lantern’s fortress if you haven’t gotten far enough in the game to deal with him, as he will start shooting at you if you get close to the entrance.

Slum suicide puzzle solution in Suicide Squad: Destroy the Justice League

The suicide ghetto riddle

Edna’s statue is near the Green Lantern’s fortress. Screenshot of Dot Esports.

Because the Suicide Slum is so small compared to the other districts, it’s hard to know which of the three puzzles the Riddler will give you first. The first one I encountered after entering the slums was this: “A toast to those who came before, Lex ancestors cast in bronze.”

The puzzle refers to a bronze statue below the monorail near the Green Lantern’s fortress. The statue is of Edna Luthor, a 19th-century pioneer of Metropolis and descendant of infamous DC villain and Superman’s nemesis, Lex Luthor.

Look for the small triangle of space where the road crosses the monorail overpass on the map and you’ll find the statue. Screenshot of Dot Esports.

On the map, you will see an area where the monorail overpass crosses the main road through the slums to form a small triangular space. The statue can be found in that space, as you can see in the image above. Scan the statue, and You will have one puzzle crossed off your list.

Slum suicide puzzle number 2

Xanadu sends you, ma’am. Screenshot of Dot Esports.

The next puzzle I encountered was very close to the first, as follows: “Here, studying her crystal ball, the city’s occultist is the all-knowing.”

Again, like many of the other puzzles in Suicide Squad: Destroy the Justice League, this refers to another famous DC Comics character. The character in question is Mrs. Xanadu— real name Nimue Inwudu — a mystic with supernatural divination abilities.

House near Edna’s statue. Screenshot of Dot Esports.

To solve the puzzle, you need Find Mrs. Xanadu’s house, but this is not too expensive since it has a very specific design. The house has dark green and red diagonal stripes on the outside with various decorations scattered around, such as skeletons, rainbows, and a painted cat on the side.

On the map, the house is located on the other side, where the overpass crosses the main road. If you’re in the triangle we talked about before to find the first puzzle, turn around and keep going forward to go under the road and overpass, you’ll soon find the house.

Approach the house and you will see the entrance has text on the front that reads “Madame Xanadu, Tarot Readings, Occult Services, Enter freely and without fear.” Despite what the text says, you can’t actually enter. The whole alien invasion thing is probably not good for business. However, if you Scan the front of the housethen the puzzle will be solved.

Slum suicide puzzle number 3

Try not to let Green Lantern kill you while solving this problem. Screenshot of Dot Esports.

The final puzzle is a bit more difficult to find and decipher, reading as follows: “In the quiet catacombs, the best of the city, rest forever like the Vikings.”

This puzzle almost got me killed because I thought I had to go into Green Lantern’s well-fortified fortress to find it. Fortunately, this was not the case, but the solution was hidden well beneath his green construction.

Follow the path you see leading out from under the Green Lantern’s fortress to find the church. Screenshot of Dot Esports.

You are looking The church door has the word “Valhalla” written on it. written above it in Chapel Hill cemetery, thus the riddle refers to the Vikings and their eternal rest. You can get there by Swing around Green Lantern’s fortress base construction, but you can get there too through a road that will take you straight to the cemetery without the risk of Green Lantern spotting you.

As you can see on the map, this road isn’t too difficult to find as it’s one of the few main roads through the slums, but if you get stuck, look for the clock tower with the blue dial , and you’ll know you’re on the right track. Approach the church door, scan it and you will successfully find three puzzles scattered throughout the Suicide Slum.

If you are looking for puzzles in other areas of Suicide Squad: Destroy the Justice LeagueBe sure to check out our guides on how to solve puzzles in Bakerline, Centennial Park, Midtown, Central Business District, and Wonderland District.