Fionnghuala Scratch

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Fionnghuala Scratch

1Complete heart (map icon).png 1Point of interest (map icon).png

Fionnghuala Scratch map.jpg
Map of Fionnghuala Scratch

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Fionnghuala Scratch is a large cave system located in the center of Timberline Falls. It holds a sizeable skritt scratch that has developed ways to brew their own alcohol.

Locations and objectives[edit]

Renown Hearts
Complete heart (map icon).png Help Fionnghuala Scratch prepare their defenses (54)
Points of Interest
Point of interest (map icon).png Stovepipe Pogue





Renown Heart (map icon).png Cakilak'ka
Merchant (vendor icon).png Skritt Forager





Ambient dialogue[edit]

Drunk Skritt: More tasty beer, yes?
Drunk Skritt: Share tasty beer, yes?
Skritt Forager: Finding best wall things! Put them together, make shiny house!
Skritt Forager: Build biggest place ever! More tools!

[verification requested]

Chief Akik'tak: ?
Chief Tin'keek: Working is good. Makes life here better.
Chief Akik'tak: Work's no fun. Life's short. Why not just do what we want?
Chief Tin'keek: Wrong, Akik'tak. Have to do more than just drink.
Chief Akik'tak: Beer make skritt happy!
Chief Tin'keek: Beer is distracting skritt. Work not happening. Skritt must focus.
Chief Akik'tak: Don't listen to Tin'ikeek. Let's all drink beer. Beer is good for you.
Chief Tin'keek: Beer better in small sips, not by the bellyful.


  • Enemy skritt in this area drop no loot, unless an event is active.
The skritt merchant can apparently be killed. He does not respawn.


  • Fionnuala (also spelled Fionnghuala, pronounced FIN-goo-lah) was a character in Irish mythology.