Amorel

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Amorel as seen from the north, with Somnia and Carnival visible in the distance.

Amorel is a large mushroom in the swamp, built into a house, east of Exolesco.

General Information
Coordinates: (-2496, -1034)
Location Message: N/A
Number of Buildings: 1
Zombie Threat: Very Low
Number of Chests: 9
Lootable Graves: None
Risk of Bandits: Very Low



General Resources
Water bottle.png Water Refill
Crafting TableHD.png Crafting Table
New FarmHD2.png Farm

Brewing stand.png Brewing Stand

Lit Furnace HD.png Lit Furnace

Civilian Loot
Paper.png Common Chests

Yellow dye.png Uncommon Chests 2
Antidote flask.png Rare Chests

Tool Loot
Wooden hoe.png Common Chests 2
Stone Button (S) JE5 BE2.png Uncommon Chests 3
Stone hoe.png Rare Chests

Food Loot
Beetroot.png Common Chests

Wheat.png Uncommon Chests 2
Pumpkin pie.png Rare Chests

Potion Loot
Potion Drink Health.gif Common Chests

Potion Splash Health.gif Uncommon Chests

Glowstone dust.png Rare Chests


Military Loot
Arrow.png Common Chests

Sugar.png Uncommon Chests

Ender pearl.png Rare Chests

Gunpowder.png Epic Chests

Diamond axe.png Mythic Chests

Room Loot
Gold apple.png High Chests

Cooked cod.png Low Chests



Loot Chests

  • Stairs
    • 1 tool_common
  • Music Room
    • 1 tool_common
    • 1 civ_uncommon
  • Upstairs Landing
    • 1 tool_uncommon
    • 1 civ_uncommon
  • First Floor hallway
    • 1 tool_uncommon
  • Bedroom
    • 1 food_uncommon
  • Second Floor Hallway
    • 1 food_uncommon
  • Storage Room
    • 1 tool_uncommon

Travel Advisory/Warnings

  • The crafting table is located in the second floor hallway at (-2492, 98, -1035).
  • This location is a good place to stop by if coming from towns such as Carnival.
  • This location is fairly remote, so it is unlikely to find other players here.
    • However, players may want to watch out when looting here as there is only one entrance/exit.

Trivia

  • The name is likely a reference to Morel, the type of mushroom this location is based on.