A screenshot of Ahmsord
|The central city of the Sky Islands, Ahmsord is home to the wealthiest of traders, and the most revered of adventurers.|
|Coordinates||X: 1050, Z: -4600|
|Armour Merchant||Level 97 - 100|
|Weapon Merchant||Level 98|
|Potion Merchant||Level 90, 95, 100|
|Other Merchants||Scroll Merchant|
Siegfried Fan Item Merchant
|Quest Starts||Recipe for Disaster|
One Thousand Meters Under
|Involved Quests||Royal Trials|
Ahmsord is a large level 100 city near the edge of the Sky Islands biome. It is currently the highest level city in the Gavel Province and second highest in the game, as well as the trickiest and most dangerous to venture to. It is tethered to several sky islands (so even the city itself is quite dangerous, as falling off means death) and is divided into 4 main sections, each connected by bridges. The city contains most common merchants and amenities such as the Armour Merchant, Weapon Merchant and Potion Merchant, along with some exclusive ones such as the Wig Merchant and Literature Merchant. It is also fairly close to its neighboring city on the side of the Canyon of the Lost, Kandon-Beda. There are two known tier 1 loot chests located in the city.
Some centuries after the Fracturing of the Ahms Region by hand of the Ahms Colossus, a new group of pirates named the Skyraiders moved into the fractured Ahms Region, now named the Sky Islands. They adapted to the environment thanks to their use of airships, which allowed them to establish complete control over the region, and established Ahmsord as their main base of operations.
Around 573 AP, due to the Dwarves opening a tunnel between the islands and the Molten Heights, the Skyraiders' power started dwindling, as air traffic got scarce. Thus, when the Villagers arrived in the Sky Islands to conquer and settle it, the Skyraiders were forced to abandon Ahmsord, and Ahmsord became a Villager city, growing into the massive hub for heroes and adventurers that it is today.
Points of interest
- The Wig Shop is located along the southern bridge. The merchant there sells a Female Pirate Wig for 32 Emerald Blocks for use in the quest Royal Trials.
- There also lies a building along the southern bridge that houses Ahmsord's wybel, Bluebell, located on the second floor.
- Sky's Kitchen is located southwest from the Wig Shop. Chef Hamsey is found here, and challenges the player to a cook-off in the quest Recipe for Disaster.
- At the end of the north bridge is a Siegfried Fan Item Merchant, who sells various Siegfried-themed items. There is also an Ahmsord Citizen who tells about the tale of Siegfried slaying a dragon.
- South of the Help Wanted NPC is a crane operated by a Crane Mechanic, that leads down into the Void. Completion of the One Thousand Meters Under quest is required in order to use it.
- Northeast of The Secretary is the submarine operated by Captain Olof in the quest One Thousand Meters Under.
The Wig Merchant is located on the south side of town.
The Literature Merchant is located southeast of the city's center, and buys a copy of Wealth or Knowledge for 2 Liquid Emeralds.
A Siegfried Fan Item Merchant is situated on the north bridge, nearby an Ahmsord Citizen.
Several Emerald Merchants are found within the city's Bank, inside of the largest building.
Two Liquid Emerald Merchants are located nearby the Emerald Merchants.
Blacksmiths have two stalls set up southwest of the flag in the center of the city.
A Weapon Merchant is located inside of the Bank, west of the Emerald Merchants, and nearby the Help Wanted NPC.
An Armour Merchant is located next to the Weapon Merchant.
A Potion Merchant is found west of both the Armour and Weapon Merchants.
A Scroll Merchant is found northwest of the flag, next to a small docked airship.
An Identifier is located in the bank, in the middle of the Emerald Merchants.
The Powder Master is located west of the Identifier.
- "Ahmsord" is a partial anagram of ElectricHamsLord, which is the original Minecraft username of the builder and CT Manager Hams_.
- Alongside the Ahmsord Citizens that roam the city, level 75 Adventurer and level 101 Hero NPCs can also be found. The level of the Hero NPC may be a slight reference to players exceeding the previous level cap of 100, which has occurred in Wynncraft's history.