How to Get Kuma’s Book in A Universal Time (AUT)

Wanting to know how to fast travel and explore other areas in A Universal Time? Then you're going to need to find Kuma's Book and we know how to get it in AUT!
Aut Kuma Book
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In order to travel to other places and complete quests, you need to speak with Kuma. The catch is that he won’t talk to you until you bring him the book. Here’s where you can find Kuma’s Book in A Universal Time (AUT).

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A Universal Time (AUT) Kuma’s Book Location Guide

In order to locate Kuma’s Book, you need to open chests in AUT, and the easiest way to do that is by taking down thugs or finding chests. Thugs typically appear in sets of three, so be prepared to face multiple enemies at once.

Once you defeat them, you’ll have a chance to unlock a chest containing various rewards. If you’re fortunate, you might find the Kuma’s Book item among them. Kuma’s Book is a 3-Star item, so your best bet for finding it is to open Rare Chests, as these offer a higher likelihood of containing 3-Star items, but you can find it in a common chest.

AUT Common Chest
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Don’t forget to return to Kuma NPC near the soccer entrance to give him the book. When you interact with Kuma, make sure to have the book in your inventory. Here’s how to do it:

  1. Click on the book in your quick slot to have it in hand.
  2. Press the M button or click the Square button in the bottom left corner.
  3. Open the Inventory tab.
  4. Select the “Add To Item Inventory” option.
  5. Close the menu and engage in a conversation with Kuma.

Now that Kuma has his favorite book, you can proceed to explore other locations.

Mark Carpenter

Mark Carpenter

Mark Carpenter is the Managing Editor at Try Hard Guides, and main guide writer. With over five years of experience in games media, including almost three years as an Assigning Editor for Pro Game Guides, and before that a Staff Writer.

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