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Ilshenar central area

Discussion in 'UHall' started by Zomeguy, Mar 27, 2012.

  1. Zomeguy

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    Is it still possible to enter this area? I believe there are 2 entrances and both are blocked by rocks. Somebody told me to try to teleport in, but that did not work either.
    Anyone can help please?

    Thanks.
     
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    The Honor moongate side entrance to the West side of Central Ilshenar (the part with the Gargoyle city, AW lair, etc.) is still open. The quest to get to the climbing part starts there. Plus, you can use the Crystal Portal (1st year vet reward) saying "Ilshenar Mint" to go directly to the Gargoyle city. You climb over in the Gypsy camp, by saying climb to the quest NPC. (or by the bridle on the ground on the other side, to get out once in).

    All the creatures needed for the Elwood quest that were only in Blackthorn's keep or Exodus dungeon have representatives in the mining area between the Honor entrance and the desert.
     
  4. Zomeguy

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    Steps to enter central Ilshenar:
    You need a "Samples of purified blood" from a Purifying Blood Elemental in Blood Dungeon and hand it over to Shirron Argahrok in Ver Lor Reg. Then you go to Carl the Mountain Climber and say "I'm ready". Then go to the equipment lying on the floor near him and say "climb".