Karst Plains

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Karst Plains

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Karst Plains map.jpg
Map of Karst Plains

Waste HollowsTheater of DelightValley of LyssPyrite PeninsulaMidwater HollowsMirror BayCrusted ShoalsCathedral of Eternal RadianceBlighted ArchWhisper BayMalchor's FingersGarden of IlyaKarst PlainsCathedral of ZephyrsJinx IsleDrowned BrineSnaketail InletKarst Plains locator.svg

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Karst Plains is an area on the western end of Malchor's Leap. It contains a bridge leading to Cursed Shore. The primary features are two Orrian Ruins, Bayt Ibadah which housed Doric's Shrine and the Plaza of Lights, and Saliah Bayt, the ruins of a small farming community.

Locations and objectives[edit]

Access to tunnels in Karst Plains
Waypoint (map icon).png Doric's Waypoint —
Waypoint (map icon).png Lights Waypoint —
Personal waypoint (map icon).png Bayt Ibadah
Points of Interest
Point of interest (map icon).png Doric's Shrine
Point of interest (map icon).png Follower's Bridge
Point of interest (map icon).png Plaza of Lights
Point of interest (map icon).png Saliah Bayt
Hero Challenges
Hero point.png King's Altar
Hero point.png Statue of Dwayna





Merchant (vendor icon).png Agent Jarra (79)
Merchant (vendor icon).png Agent Livilla (79)
Armorsmith (map icon).png Arcanist Dmitri Starre (79)
Weaponsmith (map icon).png Creator Derk Starre (79)
Reinforce Armor (map icon).png Crusader Feintscar (79)
Scout (map icon).png Crusader Yottz (79)
Karma Merchant (map icon).png Keeper Lyrda (79)


Elemental (when Cathedral of Zephyrs is not contested)
Risen (79)

Crafting resources[edit]

Resource nodes
Mine resource (map icon).png Mithril Ore
Mine resource (map icon).png Orichalcum Ore
Wood resource (map icon).png Cypress Sapling
Plant resource (map icon).png Black Crocus
Plant resource (map icon).png Ghost Pepper
Wood resource (map icon).png Orrian Sapling



  • A karst is a landscape formed from soluble rocks like limestone. One of the features of this area is an underground tunnel network formed from seawater dissolving the rock.