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The Arid Sea

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The Arid Sea
The Arid Sea.jpg
Explorable area
Campaign Prophecies
Region Crystal Desert
Map area 1.52%
Neighbors Crystal Overlook
Skyward Reach
Vulture Drifts
Services Artisan
The Arid Sea map.jpg
Zcoins.png This article has an associated Zaishen Challenge Quest.

Description[edit | edit source]

The Arid Sea is a harsh area deep in the Crystal Desert. It appears to have been a sea hundreds of years ago, when the Margonites attempted to achieve Ascension.

It features a gigantic statue of a warrior east of the center of the area. From a distance, the statue appears to be erect. When players approach, the mirage disappears, and only the boots remain erect. After that, the torso serves as a bridge between two rock mounds and allows access to the area where Siliss Yassith resides.

Exits[edit | edit source]

Explorable areas[edit | edit source]

Bestiary[edit | edit source]

The statue remains erect just until the player's approach.

Monsters[edit | edit source]

Bosses[edit | edit source]

Note: None of these bosses have elite skills


NPCs[edit | edit source]


Rare Material Crafter

Notes[edit | edit source]

  • In the northwestern ruins players can find a bundle item called the Ancient Weapon.
  • There is a statue in the southeastern area resembling a female warrior in templar armor; the statue can be seen from the Crystal Overlook in the Desolation.
  • Vanquishers must defeat 87-136 foes in this area.
    • Hydras should be killed on sight; there is a group that runs clockwise around the entire map, making it time-consuming to vanquish the area.
    • It is possible to come here with a group of 8 by starting in the Desolation and teleporting here from Crystal Overlook.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • In the ruins east of the portal to Vulture Drifts players can be 'teleported' onto the scaffolding for a nice view by walking beneath the broken end of the east facing scaffolding.
  • This is the only area in the Crystal Desert that does not include teleporters.