In order to enter the dungeon, simply follow the ghost's lead and perform a blood sacrifice. To do this, just lure an enemy NPC up into the chamber and kill it on the circular platform. You will require a bow and arrow to trigger the water height to change in some areas by shooting a target.
The Abyssal Remnant boss can be tanked with a good armor rating and shield. While soloing this dungeon is possible, it is a good idea to bring a friend to provide support. The dungeon exit is a sewer grate behind the acid pit.
Unlike some other locations of interest, this dungeon does not apply corruption.
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Hostiles[edit | edit source]
Various enemies roam across these sewers.
Rewards[edit | edit source]
This dungeon offers 2 recipes.
Found by interacting with the broken green relic right at the inside entrance After walking down the spiral staircase look towards your right. Red glyphs will appear. Press E and the recipe will be learned.
Once you have slain the boss its pool of acid will drain and a red journal will be revealed. Press
E and the recipe will be learned.
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Journals[edit | edit source]
Spread across the dungeon are several journals. If you manage to find these you will be able to read them. They tell a story about someones search for a treasure and his experience in the dungeon.
|“||The Darfari horde chased us into an old ruin. It was a dead end. I thought it was over. Dear Semat stepped forth bravely to hold the entrance, but the leader of the Darfari, a wild brute with mud and twigs in his hair, cut him down. I was preparing to make my final stand, when the very ground in the chamber began to rumble. The walls shook and the earth moved. The savages fled, wailing, through the passangeway, as ground beneath them began to rise. It was a staircase! This was the entrance we had been searching for! Quickly, I stepped over to Semat's corpse, just long enough to close his eyes and grab his gear. Then I headed down the staircase into darkness. As my eyes adjusted, I came into a large cavern. What a sight! The floor is covered in ankle deep water and ghostfire burns above deeper pools murky depths are hard to fathom. Phosphorescent growths cling to the water's edge and in their dim glow, large creatures are moving in the water. I must be cautious. If the treasure is truly down here, I will need to stay alive in order to find it.||„|
|~ Adventurer's Note #1|
|“||At first, I thought that I had come to a dead end and that my quest for the treasure would be over. But then I noticed the stone mechanisms set high into the walls along the corridors. They were built for a taller race than ours (Who knows what primordial race once stalked these corridors?), but they can be activated from below with a thrown object or an Arrow. There is something else...a voice. It speaks to me and...It is probably nothing. The strain of the long quest in search of my ancestor's treasure.||„|
|~ Adventurer's Note #2|
|“||The path forward grows less clear and yet with every chamber that I conquer, my certainty grows. This is the place where my ancestors, the legendary Zapayo da Kordava came in search of his ultimate dream. The voice in my mind whispers to me of the treasure that awaits me, she praises my strength and conviction. She tells me where to go and how to navigate this maze of confusing chambers. This is the path soon I will have both the secrets of my ancestors and I will meet this mysterious lady who speaks in my mind.||„|
|~ Adventurer's Note #3|
|“||This is it! I can feel her presence just ahead of me! It is time to meet my love, and recover the precious journal of Zapayo da Kordava. If my father is correct, it contains the last recipe that he wrote before he went missing, designed based upon his adventures in the Black Kingdoms to the south. But this is secondary to meeting my love. She awaits me just ahead, and her sweet voice sings in my mind. She is beautiful. I will take her with me back to Zingara and make her my wife. All else is secondary, including the journal of my ancestor. She is telling me to put down my weapons and possessions...why not? I have nothing to fear from such a gentle spirit...||„|
|~ Adventurer's Note #4|