House of Ashes premonitions guide: All pictures or stone tablets

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Past offerings from Supermassive Games (i.e., Until Dawn and previous games in The Dark Pictures Anthology) have given players a glimpse into the fates of characters. House of Ashes is no exception since the stone tablets here provide the same warnings. Here’s our House of Ashes guide to help you with all the pictures or premonitions in the game.

Note: For more information, check out our guides and features hub for The Dark Pictures Anthology: House of Ashes. Likewise, you can take a look at our full Theatrical Cut walkthrough. Lastly, please be reminded that this guide contains spoilers.


The Dark Pictures Anthology: House of Ashes premonitions guide – Locations of all pictures or stone tablets in the game

The pictures or premonitions in House of Ashes can be divided into three distinct categories. There are six with lighter frames on the left side, symbolizing key moments that can lead to a character’s survival. Meanwhile, another six with darker frames on the right show someone’s gruesome death. Finally, there’s the 13th premonition which is often very special as it gives you a look into the next game in The Dark Pictures Anthology.

You can refer to the pages below for the parts that you need help with:

Note 1: The pictures are listed in the order that they’re found in a Theatrical Cut run. But, since they’re categorized into light vs. dark, I suggest just having both pages open when you’re exploring. As for the 13th premonition, it’s found much later in the game. It’s a separate guide since I’ll also be discussing the clues regarding the next game in the franchise.

Note 2: We also have related guides pertaining to Randolph’s Journal entries, other secrets/collectibles, and achievements/trophies.

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