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A screenshot of Elkurn
Discovery Lore
Despite its proximity to the portal, this quaint town has somehow managed to survive. It was once the home of a researcher who investigated the phenomenon of corruption.
Access
Coordinates X: 10, Z: -1180
Suggested Level 5
Standard Merchants
Potion Merchant Level 5-10
Amenities
Other Amenities Blacksmith
Quests
Involved Quests Studying the Corrupt
Recover the Past

Elkurn is a small village with only a few buildings. Not many people venture into the town, apart from those who need to talk to Viraex. One loot chest is also located in the village.

History[]

Elkurn is a small village, built just next to the Roots of Corruption, the closest settlement to the Nether Portal. Despite its small size and its proximity to the Roots, it has managed to survive for centuries.

The town was once home to the scholar known as Garoth, who studied Corruption and wanted to find a cure to it, and thus set up a camp near the Nether Portal. However, when he was analyzing the portal up close, he was pushed into it by a strange, shadowy being, and came out corrupted and insane.[1] He then retreated into the Lost Sanctuary, near Elkurn, where he experiments on beings and drives entire species extinct just for amusement.[2]

Recently, the mage Dr. Picard has settled into a tower just next to the village, the Tower of Amnesia, where he conducts research on how to restore the memories of the soldiers who have arrived from Fruma, who've all had their memories mysteriously wiped when they arrived in Wynn.[3]

Map[]

Elkurn Map Aerial.png

Points of Interest[]

Buildings[]

  • The Bovemist Church is not in the center, it's north. Unlike all the other Bovemist Churches in Wynn, this church serves as Garoth's dwelling in the quest Studying the Corrupt.

NPCs[]


Viraex

Crafting Stations[]

Merchants[]

Trivia[]

  • Elkurn is an anagram of the Wynncraft administrator and developer, Crunkle, albeit with the C removed.
  • The houses of Elkurn were rebuilt because of a style change and the old houses went to Olux last minute.

References[]

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