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- For the in-game books that explain exactly what are Dungeons, see Guidebook for Dungeon Exploration Volume 1 and Guidebook for Dungeon Exploration Volume 2.
- For an overview of dungeons, see Dungeon Overview.
- Dungeons, also known as Rath which meant "a strongly built palace" according to several books, are instanced maze-like zones filled with monsters and treasure. They are scattered all across Erinn, though none are located at Belvast.
- According to the books, the Raths were originally created and used by Humans as a form of shelter from the Fomors, designed and expanded by magic to defend against intruders and/or confuse them. After the wars between the two races, the Humans stopped using the Raths, but for an unknown reason they are currently inhabited by Fomors.
- To enter a dungeon, give any item or a pass to the Dungeon Altar located at the dungeon's lobby.
- All party mates who are also standing on the square will also enter the dungeon with you.
- If someone drops the exact same item that you dropped, they will enter the same exact dungeon that you are in.
- There is no limit to how many people can enter the same normal dungeon.
- If you use a Dungeon Pass, the dungeon you enter will be completely instanced; even when other people drop the same pass, they will not enter your instance.
- There are many difficulties to a dungeon, usually containing more floors, rooms, and stronger monsters. They are Beginner, Normal, Basic, Intermediate, Advanced, and Abyss, with Beginner as the lowest difficulty and Abyss Advanced as the highest.
- Not all dungeons have a difficulty.
- Certain difficulties or dungeons may limit the amount of players that can enter the same instance of a dungeon.
- Some dungeons may have a "back door" in their lobby, leading to a Hard Mode Dungeon.
- All dungeons are generally structured to have multiple rooms with a treasure chest that spawns one or three waves of enemies when opened, a room or hallway with prespawned enemies and/or a treasure chest containing key, and/or a room with four orbs that either spawn enemies or open the locked gate. Within the exception of the orb rooms, a Dungeon Key always dropped and is needed to open the locked gates that lie ahead.
- All original partymates who were present in the dungeon when the Boss Room is initially opened will receive a reward chest at the end.
- Keys to the rewards chest are tradeable but disappear once you leave the dungeon.
- These keys cannot be brought between floors.
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