Twin Serpent Lakes
|Twin Serpent Lakes|
Tears of the Fallen
The name of this area is derived from its two lakes—one in the north, the other in the south. These lakes resemble the heads of serpents (though to some, footprints), and together with the winding natural passes between the northern and southern halves gives the impression of two serpents, intertwined. The lake's waters and the streams that feed them makes this a bountiful hunting grounds—many different creatures call this place home, including the Caromi Tengu.
- South, near the exit to Riverside Province, about midway between the exit and Falhurst
- North, near the exit to Tears of the Fallen
- Northwest corner.
- 5 Lynx
- 18 (25) Lightning Drake
- 14 (24) Mergoyle
- 16 (24) White Mantle Knight
- 16 (25) White Mantle Seeker
- 18 (25) White Mantle Abbot
- 16 (25) White Mantle Ritualist
- 16 (25) White Mantle Sycophant
- 16 (25) White Mantle Savant
- 18 (25) Bog Skale Icetooth
- 18 (25) Caromi Tengu Elite
- 17 (25) Caromi Tengu Fierce
- 17 (25) Caromi Tengu Seer
- 12 (24) Caromi Tengu Wild
- 20 (29) Elvina the Pious
- 20 (29) Kathryn the Cold
- 20 (29) Gilroy the Stoic
- 20 (29) Brogan the Punisher
- 20 (29) Edred the Bruiser
- 20 (29) Julen the Devout
- Complete exploration of this area contributes approximately 0.9% to the Tyrian Cartographer title.
- Vanquisher runs of this area without active quests require defeating around 185 foes. Including quest influences, it has been reported to range from 171 to 194. With War in Kryta active (Bounty) the foes count in at 137.
- The Dragons, Gargoyles and Skales are often roaming together, use terrain features such as walls to contain them for easier nuking, pull groups away from each other so that your party does not engage more than one species at a time.
- The Caromi tengu groups have long patrol routes and they move quite fast.
- A Spined Aloe is hidden between Ancient Oakhearts.
- The in-game description of the Riverside Province outpost mentions "Footprint Lakes"; perhaps an earlier name for Twin Serpent Lakes.