Arborstone (explorable)

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Explorable area
Campaign Factions
Region Echovald Forest
Map area 3.5%
Neighbors Altrumm Ruins (outpost)
Arborstone (outpost)
Tanglewood Copse
Services Merchant
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This is an explorable area entry. For information on the mission outpost Arborstone, see Arborstone (outpost), for information on the mission Arborstone, see Arborstone (mission).

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Description[edit | edit source]

Arborstone is an explorable zone of the Echovald Forest which contains the Cathedral zu Heltzer and some of the surrounding areas. The northern section is situated on a cliff, and is only accessible via Tanglewood Copse or a lift from within Arborstone (outpost). The main section of the area can only be accessed via Altrumm Ruins (outpost) or being aligned with the Luxons, dying, and being resurrected at the neutral shrine in the main area.

Exits[edit | edit source]

Neighbour Cities, Missions, Outposts[edit | edit source]

Bestiary[edit | edit source]

Monsters[edit | edit source]



Stone Guardians



Bosses[edit | edit source]

Animals[edit | edit source]

NPCs[edit | edit source]

Shrines and Blessings[edit | edit source]

Notes[edit | edit source]

  • Vanquishers must defeat 247-340 foes in this area.
  • There are 8 Stone Guardians near each of the four guardian bosses, but they only spawn after 3 conditions are met: a player must approach the relevant boss, walk to the triggering point on the ramp leading up from the Arborstone portal closer to the opposite side and then finally, approach the pillars which hide the guardians.
  • You can reach Altrumm Ruins without doing the mission. This can only be done though when you are alligned to the Luxons and did not activate the shrine at Tanglewood Copse.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • The wallow-powered lift connecting Tanglewood Copse to the Arborstone mission head was inspired by Gaile Gray's pet hamster, Guilda.
  • The name is a mix of Latin and English: "arbor" means "tree", so the name translates to "tree of stone".