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Conan Exiles isn't a story focused game, but you can find lore that explains the origins of the Exiled Lands and its connection to the greater Conan universe.
~ Steam[1]

Lore refers to the books and lorestones scattered throught the world in Conan Exiles.

Books[edit | edit source]

Journals[edit | edit source]

Notes[edit | edit source]

Disambig.png This article is about the lore items. For the crafted, customizable notes, see Note.

Lorestones[edit | edit source]

Giant-king Lorestones[edit | edit source]

Main article: Giant-king Lorestones


Lemurian Lorestones[edit | edit source]

Main article: Lemurian Lorestones


  • Black Keep   (entrance):    -59294   -134443   10322
  • Black Keep   (west peak):    -77113   -144035   26027
  • Circle of Swords   (NE):    -180807   -73876   1873
  • Icespire Chasm   (NW plateau from main lorestone, north of a building, buried near rock / ice):    -35421 -121689 6624
  • Icespire Chasm   (plateau):    -19952   -114525   7005
  • Lian's Watch   (SE at bottom of cliff):    -26795   -51430
  • Meltwater Crag   (behind camp against cliff):    -51249   -81206
  • New Asagarth   (SE pond):    -54623   -26928   -1752
  • Nordhof   (NE cliff):    -65332   -72197   3512
  • Ruins of Xullan   (E of obelisk near stairs):    -62703   -116645   3261
  • Sanctuary Ruins:    39361   30495   -141
  • The Great Dam   (just SE of the SE tower):    8054   -55354   -363
  • The Passage   (west entrance):    13523   -91183   7819

Lore related Items[edit | edit source]

Lore related Person[edit | edit source]

Notes[edit | edit source]

Early access description:

While Conan Exiles isn't a story focused game we're not shying away from trying to incorporate some storytelling into the game. NPCs found throughout the game will tell you small tidbits about your situation as an exile or the Exiled Lands themselves. Many secrets lie buried beneath the sands and in deep caves.

You will find clues about the ancient civilization that once inhabited this place as you play and explore. Their magic still resides in many places of the Exiled Lands. What appears to be instructions for their subjects can still be found, half buried in the sand dunes. Explore far and wide to see ghosts of the ancient past and glean information from their ways.

Conan Exiles is not an empty sandbox. In developing the game we've wanted to give the world depth in the form of lore and a backstory. We've also recorded a lot of VO for both NPCs and special lore pieces found throughout the world.

~ PR release[2]

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