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This page contains screenshots and an interactive map of all Inn battery that spawns.
Red dots are used to indicate the spawning sites. 20 spots in total.
Dining Room (1st Floor, bottom right “Hotel Room” on the map).
A dining table that is between two exits from the Reception Room.
On a washing machine located to the left of the exit to the Dining Room.
Altar Garden (1st Floor “Garden” at the bottom of the map)
To the left is the Onsen entrance.
On your left as you enter the changing room from the Altar Garden.
As you step into Baths from the changing area Look to your right.
To the left of the exit from Baths to the dead end of the Hallway.
On a corner of the reception desk.
On your left as come in, is a lamp.
Right side of the room, on a shelf.
Reception Balcony, on a towel shelf, on your right when you look up at the drop leading to Reception itself.
Changing Location. On a trash can. If you look upwards at the Upstairs Bathroom entrance, it will be to your left.
You will find a cupboard at the end of the hallway, close to Room 8’s entrance.
On the rightmost sink. As you enter from the Reception Balcony it will be to your right.
On a trash can. On your right as you enter from Changing Area.
In a corner of the table.
On the left side of the table.
As you enter, look to your left. A pair of sandals are just to your left.
On a corner of the table.
There is a lamp on the right side of the room, near the altar spawn.
One corner of the table.
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