"Should you give the antidote to Antonia?" in Lies Of P
At the central hub of Lies Of P, known as the Krat Hotel, you will encounter various NPCs with whom you can engage. Each of them offers unique benefit...
At the central hub of Lies Of P, known as the Krat Hotel, you will encounter various NPCs with whom you can engage. Each of them offers unique benefits throughout your gameplay. Among them, you will meet Sophia, who assists you in leveling up, Polendina, who acts as a merchant, Eugenie, who takes care of weapon upgrades and compositions, Geppetto's office, where P-Organ updates occur, and, of course, the hotel's owner, Lady Antonia.
In a room to the left of the stargazer, you can find Lady Antonia, who incessantly gazes at her portrait. Unfortunately, she suffers from the petrification disease, and you may wonder if there is a way to assist her. Indeed, there is a way, but it requires some effort.
Where To Find The Cure For Antonia
First, you need to reach Rosa Isabelle and proceed until you encounter Julian the Gentleman. He will request your assistance in locating his wife's belongings. Once you have found them, return and hand them back to him.
At this point, you'll have a choice.
You should select the option "I have seen the message she left, where she confesses her love for you." Julian will then give you a wedding ring. Keep this ring; it will prove useful later on.
If you require a comprehensive guide on how to locate the belongings, take a look at our walkthrough for the "Julian the Gentleman" quest.
The King Of Puppets
Subsequently, you conclude the quest with Rosa Isabelle by defeating the Puppet King. Then, return to the Krat Hotel. However, you will not find Polendina in his usual spot.
Instead, there will be a clue asking you to meet him outside in the hotel's garden.
Strangely, he will confess his love for Lady Antonia and inquire about the possibility of love between a human and a puppet. Considering the fact that Julian was married to a puppet, the wedding ring serves as evidence of this matter.
During this conversation, you have the opportunity to show him the wedding ring. Strangely enough, this will make him happy and delighted, considering that he is a puppet.
While you're there, pay a visit to Lady Antonia, and you will witness a brief scene that reveals the worsening of her petrification disease. She will speak about the portrait of herself that she repeatedly gazes upon, questioning if she still looks good.
To be kind and caring, select the option "Of course."
After some progress, Polendina will mention that he heard of an alchemist who knows how to develop a cure for this disease by using the Golden Coin Fruit, which is only handled by Giangio.
Now that this part is completed, continue the story until you reach the Grand Exhibition and face off against the boss champion, Victor. After defeating him, return to the Krat Hotel and speak with Giangio.
He will state that he can create the remedy if you provide him with a Golden Coin Fruit. Choose the dialogue option "Give Golden Coin Fruit." This will grant you the item "A Cure for Antonia."
How To Administer The Cure
Immediately after, speak with Polendina and select the option "Use the cure." This will reward you with a radiant Ergo Fragment.
If you interact with Lady Antonia again after reloading the area, you will notice that she is doing well, and she even mentions that she will soon be even better. Make sure to go through all of her dialogues.
As part of the main storyline, the hotel gets raided. Visit both Antonia and Polendina in Geppetto's office on the upper floor and thoroughly go through their dialogues.
Continue with the story until you reach Arche Abbey and then defeat the boss, Laxasia the Perfected.
Lastly, return to the Krat Hotel and speak with Polendina to hear the sad news of Lady Antonia's passing.
As a result, you will receive the trophy "The Tale of the Noble Old Lady."
After this final conversation with Polendina, when you visit Geppetto's office, you can collect the cherry-scented letter and the memory of the beach record from Lady Antonia's chair.