Graveyard Keeper lets you take care of a medieval graveyard. You can do many other activities as well, but taking care of corpses will be your main form of income and will provide you with many valuable resources. In this article, we will tell you how to dispose of the body. One way to do this is to throw it into the river.
If you want to know more about the game read our guide: Graveyard.
Graveyard Keeper: Permission to exhume
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If you want to dispose of a body that has already been buried, you first need the appropriate thing – an exhumation permit. You can buy from the box in front of the church. You must complete story quests to gain access to royal services. The permit cost 1 silver coin and 75 copper coins. It is single use. That means it is valid for 1 grave only.
You will be able to retrieve a buried body once you have permission to dig. Go to a suitable grave, remove all decorations (fence and cross) then use the shovel to start digging (F key). After a while you will uncover the body.
Graveyard Keeper: Throw the body in the river
If you want to know more about how to handle corpses, read our guide: What does a keepers job look like in Cemetery Keeper?.
If you want to throw the dead body into the river, you have to pick it up and Head west to the graveyard. There is a A small river next to the graveyard. You can throw the body into this river. However, to do this, 2 conditions must be met.
- Above all, You should face the river; If you stand sideways, there is no possibility of throwing the body.
- The second important thing is that the game only allows you to throw the body into the river South of the bridge. In the north, the option is not activated.
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