Kill tar elementals to help Forgebane harvest their essences

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Kill tar elementals to help Forgebane harvest their essences

Pig Iron Mine
(Fireheart Rise)
Event type
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Dynamic event
Preceded by
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Protect Keelan and Old Heavyhorn en route to Severed Breach
Followed by
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Protect the Tuyere command post supplies
Interactive map

Interactive map

Kill tar elementals to help Forgebane harvest their essences is a level 61 dynamic event that occurs in Pig Iron Mine.


  • Essences collected: x%
  • Charr Tar Collection Device
  • Event bar.jpg
    Event shield (tango icon).png


Reward tier Experience Karma Coin
Gold 6,873
293 Karma.png 68 Copper coin
Silver 5,842
249 Karma.png 58 Copper coin
Bronze 5,155
220 Karma.png 51 Copper coin
These are the expected rewards for a level 61 player. Higher level players receive dynamically adjusted rewards.





Engineer Koloss Forgebane: Sir, I wanna test the device Keelan brought me.
Legionnaire Neverburn: What's it do?
Engineer Koloss Forgebane: It'll let us attract tar elementals.
Legionnaire Neverburn: So you can stick 'em and stab 'em and squish 'em? Great idea!
Engineer Koloss Forgebane: No. So we can harvest their tar.
Legionnaire Neverburn: Hmmph. I'll never understand you Iron Legion engineers. Carry on.
Engineer Koloss Forgebane: All right, everyone get ready! Once the machine goes off, it'll bring them a-running.
Engineer Koloss Forgebane:'Here comes the next pulse! (repeated)
On success
Engineer Koloss Forgebane: That ought to be enough to get the cannons up and running.
Engineer Koloss Forgebane: I return victorious!
Legionnaire Neverburn: Great. Now, I want to see that tar put to good use.
Engineer Koloss Forgebane: Watch me.
On failure
Engineer Koloss Forgebane: Well, no, this won't do at all. Not at all.
Legionnaire Neverburn: Back so soon?
Engineer Koloss Forgebane: Yeah. The tar elementals were too strong for my device.
Legionnaire Neverburn: Well, there's always next time.