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The canyon from the south

Tenebris is located in a gravel canyon, east from Al Hasa and next to the waterfall near Zerbia. It's composed of a house suspended in the air, a small hut, and what appears to be an underground sacrificial room.

General Information
Coordinates: (2030, -3170)
Location Message: Wasteland Outpost
Number of Buildings: 3
Zombie Threat: Medium - Zombie Spawners
Number of Chests: 10
Lootable Graves: None
Risk of Bandits: Medium




General Resources
Water bottle.png Water Refill

Crafting table.png Crafting Table

Farm.png Farm

Brewing stand.png Brewing Stand

Civilian Loot
Paper.png Common Chests

Button.png Tool Chests

Food Loot
Apple.png Common Chests

Cake.png Uncommon Chests

Potion Loot
Potion Drink Health.gif Common Chests

Potion Splash Health.gif Uncommon Chests

Potion Lingering Health.gif Rare Chests

Military Loot
Arrow.png Common Chests

Chain chestplate.png Uncommon Chests

Iron sword.png Rare Chests 7
Ender pearl.png Epic Chests 2



Loot Chests

  • Suspended House
    • 4 mil_rare
    • 1 mil_epic
  • Small Hut
    • 1 mil_rare
  • Underground Room
    • 2 mil_rare
    • 2 mil_epic

Travel Advisory/Warnings

  • You can easily camp all the chests of this location.
  • There are no water supplies here. The nearest source of water is the sea to the east.
  • The underground room contains the best military loot, but has zombie spawners too. Be sure to watch your back.
  • The underground room also contains a pitfall that you cannot escape from. Be careful, as zombies could pull you in.
  • If you're in need of food, you can go either to Gnome Island or Fort McHarlington to get some.
  • Despite being close to Al Hasa, bandits do not visit as often as you'd expect, but still occasionally appear.
  • It is possible to drop down into Tenebris on any side of the canyon without taking damage.
    • Although the easiest way back up is the southern stairwell, it is possible (albeit slightly tricky) to climb back up.

Trivia

  • Tenebris translates to "Dark" in Latin. This makes sense, since the location itself has a dark and eerie feeling.