Lure out devourers to get at their eggs

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Lure out devourers to get at their eggs

Interactive map

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Lure out devourers to get at their eggs is a level 3 dynamic event that occurs in Devourer's Mouth within the Plains of Ashford.


  • Devourer Eggs
  • Event bar empty2.jpg Chak Egg.png
  • Your contribution: x
  • No more eggs collected in: x:xx


Reward tier Experience Karma Coin
Gold 327 Experience.png 32 Karma Copper coin
Silver 278 Experience.png 27 Karma Copper coin
Bronze 245 Experience.png 24 Karma Copper coin
These are the expected rewards for a level 3 player. Higher level players receive dynamically adjusted rewards.







Aghmara Heartseeker: You! We get to gather devourer eggs! Hurry, and you can help. The breeder says it's okay.
Event start
Drottot Lashtail: Today, we have volunteers who will gather devourer eggs. We train young devourers and mold them into warbeasts.
Drottot Lashtail: We lure the momma out with this decoy box while we get the eggs. Watch and learn, scruffs.
During event, randomly
Destr Hearteater: Hey, who's going to scoop up behind these things? Not me! I didn't sign up for that.
Drottot Lashtail: Pay attention. What you are watching is the proper technique for gathering eggs.
Drottot Lashtail: The more eggs you get, the more warbeasts we'll have.
Virra Heartstab: Oh man, those devourer mommas are easy to fool. They're dumb like Flame Legion.
Virra Heartstab: See that egg? That egg is mine!
Collection completed
Drottot Lashtail: Turn in all you got. A trained warbeast can crush an enemy's skull like we crush a bird egg!
Event success
Drottot Lashtail: All right. That should do it.


  • When soloed, this event only requires 15 eggs to be turned in for completion.
  • It takes a Lashtail Female around 18-20 seconds to destroy a lure.
  • The number of eggs and hatchlings that drop or spawn when a nest is destroyed scales with the amount of players in the area.
(The following does not list all possibilities)
  • 1 player = 1 hatchling and 3 eggs
  • 2 or 3 players = 2 hatchlings and 5 eggs
  • 4 players = 3 hatchlings and 7 eggs