Eq2 timorous deep updating environment map
Timorous Deep is the newest starting zone added with the Rise of Kunark expansion.This huge zone consisting of three individual islands can be challenging to find your way through, but Ten Ton Hammer is here to help!On the map to the right, a label has been added to show the docks in relation to Gorowyn.In order to get to the main city region, you must pass through a large outer cave.In recent years all standard housing in older player inhabitable zones had an update that added an additional room or balcony.The info below is not quite accurate for this reason, but will be updated at a later date.Our zone guide will help you find your way by letting you know where to go and what to do.This first half of the guide provides you with a little bit of background on the zone and level 1-9 quests to get you started.
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Arena (2) East Commonlands (8) Eastern Karana (3) Erud's Crossing* (4) Everfrost Peaks (11) Feerrott (7) Gorge of King Xorbb (5) Highpass Hold (7) Innothule Swamp (6) Kithicor Forest (6) Lake Rathetear (4) Lavastorm Mountains (6) Misty Thicket (8) Nektulos Forest (9) North Ro (7) North Karana (3) Oasis of Marr (4) Ocean of Tears* (9) Qeynos Hills (11) Rathe Mountains (7) South Ro (6) South Karana (7) West Commonlands (4) West Karana (13) & Other Indoors (8) Befallen (20) Blackburrow (12) Cazic-Thule^^ (12) High Keep (11) Lower Guk (12) Nagafen's Lair (Sol B) (8) Najena (16) Permafrost Keep (8) Qeynos Aqueducts (Catacombs) (16) Runny Eye (9) Solusek's Eye (Sol A) (11) Splitpaw Lair^^ (4) Temple of Solusek Ro^ (9) Upper Guk (12) Butcherblock Mountains (3) Crushbone (5) Dagnor's Cauldron (17) Greater Faydark (10) Kedge Keep (10) Lesser Faydark (15) Mistmoore Castle (9) Ocean of Tears* (11) Steamfont Mountains (11) Unrest Burning Woods (6) Dreadlands (8) Emerald Jungle (5) Field of Bone (6) Firiona Vie (11) Frontier Mountains (5) Lake of Ill Omen (10) Overthere (9) Skyfire Mountains (5) Swamp of No Hope (4) Timorous Deep* (13) Trakanon's Teeth (4) Warslik's Wood (6) HOME ~ /IMAGES ~ /ATLAS ~ /EVERLORE ~ /MANUAL [ Ak'Anon ~ Befallen ~ Black Burrow ~ Burning Woods ~ Butcherblock Mtns ~ Cabilis ~ Cazic-Thule ~ Chardok ~ City of Mist ~ Cobalt Scar ~ Crushbone ~ Crystal Caverns ~ Dagnor's Cauldron ~ Dalnir ~ Dragon Necropolis ~ Dreadlands ~ Droga ~ E. Disclaimer: I do not own the original rights on any of the images or graphics. Ever Quest is a registered trademark of Sony Online Entertainment LLC (SOE) in the United States or other countries. Wastes ~ Emerald Jungle ~ Erudin ~ Erud's Crossing ~ Everfrost Peaks ~ Feerrott ~ Felwithe ~ Field of Bone ~ Firiona Vie ~ Freeport ~ Frontier Mtns ~ Gorge of King Xorbb ~ Great Divide ~ Greater Faydark ~ Grobb ~ Halas ~ High Keep ~ Highpass Hold ~ The Hole ~ Howling Stones ~ Iceclad Ocean ~ Icewell Keep ~ Innothule Swamp ~ Kael Drakkel ~ Kaesora ~ Kaladim ~ Karnor's Castle ~ Kedge Keep ~ Kelethin ~ Kerra Isle ~ Kithicor Forest ~ Kurn's Tower ~ Lake of Ill Omen ~ Lake Rathetear ~ Lavastorm Mtns ~ Lesser Faydark ~ Lower Guk ~ Mistmoore ~ Misty Thicket ~ N. Ro ~ Nagafen's Lair (Sol B) ~ Najena ~ Nektulos Forest ~ Neriak ~ Nurga ~ Oasis ~ Ocean of Tears ~ Oggok ~ Overthere ~ Paineel ~ Permafrost Keep ~ Plane of Fear ~ Plane of Growth ~ Plane of Hate ~ Plane of Mischief ~ Plane of Sky ~ Qeynos ~ Qeynos Catacombs ~ Qeynos Hills ~ Rathe Mtns ~ Rivervale ~ Runny Eye ~ S. Ro ~ Sebilis ~ Siren's Grotto ~ Skyfire Mtns ~ Skyshrine ~ Sleeper's Tomb ~ Solusek's Eye (Sol A) ~ Solusek Ro ~ Splitpaw ~ Steamfont Mtns ~ Stonebrunt Mtns ~ Surefall Glade ~ Swamp of No Hope ~ Temple of Veeshan ~ Thurgadin ~ Timorous Deep ~ Tower of Frozen Shadow ~ Toxxulia Forest ~ Trakanon's Teeth ~ Unrest ~ Upper Guk ~ Veeshan's Peak ~ Velketor's Labyrinth ~ W. Here lies an uncomplicated listing of the Classic Trilogy maps; the most definitive collection available.The authors found that when the available prospects varied more in attributes such as age, height, occupation and educational background, people made fewer dating proposals.This effect was particularly strong when individuals were faced with a large number of partners.]]