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Bitterblack Isle is a black, bitter, mysterious place. Countless people have visited this place in hopes of finding..
Whether on a quest from a king of old or just seeking fame and glory, many who venture into the maze have never again seen the light of day. Here live unspeakable creatures no one has seen outside its walls. Bitterblack Isle is also the home for strange plants that can be used to create new curatives; ores never seen before lie within rocks littering the entire isle.
The entrance is marked with an epitaph, a slab of stone etched with stories and accounts of other adventurers that have traveled into this forsaken place. Some of their tales might be of use for those who dare journey these halls. Bitterblack Isle click to expand Schematic walkthrough map. This place is similar to the Everfall in terms of style of layout; tight corners, dark places, giant halls and open spaces.
Many places within Bitterblack Isle look almost similar and have chests in almost the same place, so memory of one room may help with the next one.
There is an underlying system of death here. When one kills a monster, be it goblin or dragon, they all leave a bloody, rotting corpse behind that does not disappear. As the corpse rots the stench is carried through the halls and may attract hungry creatures. Deep exploration in Bitterblack Isle makes the air heavier and the smell travels in the halls faster and farther, which may attract even more dire monsters. Bitterblack Isle contains the strongest enemies in Dragon's Dogma.
And a harbinger of death haunts the labyrinth within, waiting to slay any Arisen that dares enter it's walls. Therefore, only those honed in battle should proceed. Cursed loot is scattered throughout the Isle. When the curse is lifted Purification one might find a rare and powerful item such as a weapon whose power is overwhelming, a ring that grants inhuman strength, or a potion that eases the mind and soul.
Whatever the item may be, it waits within the halls of Bitterblack Isle. The isle's labyrinths grows more dangerous the further one travels into it; the creatures found here can bee more powerful than those found in the Everfall and on defeating its master a first time the dangers of the isle only increase. The interior can be divided into several sections - at certain points progress onwards is blocked by a very strong foe acting as gatekeeper - in order these are the Gazer , Dark Bishop , Living Armor , and finally Daimon.
The Harbor is the landing point at which the Arisen arrives on Bitterblack Isle - here are Olra , a Riftstone , a notice board , a Resting Bench , and the main entrance to the interior dungeons of Bitterblack Isle.
The Garden of Ignominy is the first interior area of Bitterblack Isle - here the first encounters with Wargs and Death will occur. Here the party will first encounter a Maneater and a Skeleton Brute as well as a likely first encounter with an Elder Ogre. The Midnight Helix must be visited to obtain a Void Key. Here the party will first encounter a Condemned Gorecyclops and Leapworms. The Rotunda of Dread is an arena within Bitterblack Isle - here encounters with multiple strong enemies are likely on each visit, much like within the Chambers of the Everfall.
From here The Warriors' Respite may be accessed. The main route inwards leads to the Shrine of Futile Truths. The Warriors' Respite is a relatively safe area were the party may rest - it has a Healing Spring contained in a fountain. Barroch will likely be encounted here for a second time. The Shrine of Futile Truths is the interior of a circular tower like structure holding a Gazer which guards the route to deeper within the Isle.
The Corridor of Emptiness is accessed from the Shrine of Futile Truths and leads to the Fortress of Remembrance - on the first visit a door leading back to Bitterblack Isle Harbor can be unlocked. Barroch will likely be encountered here for a third time. The party's first encounter with a Banshee and an Eliminator are likely to take place here.
Death will likely make his second appearance here. It must be visited to obtain the second Void Key. It is another arena within Bitterblack Isle - here encounters with multiple strong enemies are likely on each visit, much like within the Chambers of the Everfall.
Here, the party's first encounter with a Gorecyclops is likely. In order to progress further, the Dark Bishop and his summoned Cursed Dragon must be defeated. Here a locked door leading to a shortcut to Bitterblack Isle Harbor may be opened. Barroch is encountered here for a fourth time. The route inwards and deeper leads to the Rotwood Depository. Here, Wraiths and Giant Saurian Sages are encountered for the first time.
A relatively safe place for the party to rest, The Arisen's Refuge , is annexed here. The Arisen's Refuge is the deepest safe resting place within Bitterblack Isle. Barroch may be encountered here, and there are also a Riftstone and Resting Bench here. A Living Armor will be encounted here, likely for the first time, and must be defeated to progress further.
After the Living Armor is defeated, a Firedrake , Thunderwyvern or a Frostwyrm may appear upon further visits. Initially it is devoid of enemies. Upon further visits and before Daimon is defeated for the first time, the party may encounter Strigoi. Here the encounters with Daimon take place. In addition to the main mystery of the Isle, some lesser quests are posted at Request Boards , the first of which is found at Bitterblack Isle Harbor.
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