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Longwythe Peak Almanac

In-game Description

Colossal crag towering over the Weaverwilds in central "Leide" iconLeide. Popular among tourists and geologists alike as a spot for souvenir shots and scientific studies respectively.

For roughly two millennia, the mystery of the mountain’s origins has perplexed people across "Eos" iconEos. Geologists have uncovered so signs of seismic activity among the plates beneath the peak, and the oil fields underground rule out any volcanic hypothesis. Moreover, the rock that composes the crag has proven resistant to all forms of erosion. Thus, the question remains: just how did Longwythe come to be?

The broken buildings in the surrounding area are remnants of the pre-kingdom days, echoes of an era long gone. Some scholars speculate that whatever natural disaster destroyed these homes might have also been responsible for creating the now-famous crag.


The Datalog is a category of items that can be collected and read by the player to gain deeper insights into the game’s world and lore. These items include books, journals, and documents that provide background information on various aspects of the game, such as the history of the world, the cultures of different regions, and the backgrounds of important characters. Lore can also teach useful skills, such as new recipes. Lore can be found throughout the game world, often in treasure chests, on bookshelves, or as quest rewards. Reading these materials can provide a rich and immersive experience, as they offer a glimpse into the intricate details and hidden meanings of the game world.


In "Leide" iconLeide, by the shack east from the "Longwythe Rest Area" iconLongwythe Rest Area Outpost. In-between the yellow and green roads.


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You need 80% of the Lore Datalogs for a trophy/achievement. This particular one can be found in between the main and side road, in front of a shack.

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