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The Hidden City of Ahdashim

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The Hidden City of Ahdashim
The Hidden City of Ahdashim.jpg
Explorable area
Campaign Nightfall
Region Vabbi
Map area n/a
Neighbors Dasha Vestibule (outpost)
Services None
Map
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Zcoins.png This article has an associated Zaishen Challenge Quest.

Description[edit | edit source]

The Hidden City of Ahdashim is an explorable area in the northern area of Vabbi, Elona continent. It is a well-hidden city controlled by the Vabbian princes and the Djinn which serve to protect them. It was used as a hiding place for the princes during the reign of Palawa Joko and is used for the same purpose by Prince Bokka the Magnificent and Prince Mehtu the Wise once again during the Nightfall campaign. It is said to hold significant riches, which are held slightly to the northwest of the central chamber. The sea of gold there makes the pile of wealth held at the Do Not Touch in Bahdok Caverns look like pocket change. This area also contains a Treasure Chest in the first eastern chamber.

Getting there[edit | edit source]

This area is only accessible from the Dasha Vestibule: speak to the Key of Ahdashim to enter the City. The Dzagonur Bastion mission or the Dasha Vestibule mission must be completed, or you will be told you are unworthy for entry.

Exits[edit | edit source]

Points of interest[edit | edit source]

Resurrection Shrines (Bounties)[edit | edit source]

NPCs[edit | edit source]

Monsters[edit | edit source]

Hekets

Great Beasts

Cobalts

Plants

Insects

Djinn

Elementals

Bosses[edit | edit source]

Quests[edit | edit source]

Notes[edit | edit source]

Bug.png Bug! One of the traps in the city which appears to deal cold damage actually deals fire damage.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

In Hebrew, the word ahdashim refers to the M&M copycat candy. This was probably unintended.