Screenshot of Nesaak Forest
|Coordinates||X: 77, Z: -868|
|Access Points||Great Bridge to the west (X: -250, Z: -700)|
Elkurn Fields to the north
Fate of the Fallen
Bob's Lost Soul
|Involved Quests||A Hunter's Calling|
|Monsters||Hostile Mobs (Wynn)|
Nesaak Forest is a loosely forested spruce region covered with snow, surrounding the town of Nesaak. The forest is located east of the Great Bridge and the Jungle and is south of the Wynn Plains. Unlike most of the Wynn Province, there are few corrupted monsters in the Nesaak Forest, which is unusual. Instead, you may face a variety of native creatures, ranging from polar bears to wendigos and ice-themed enemies. Throughout the region, you can also find large ice spikes and ice mushrooms that can be even the size of trees.
Points of Interest[edit | edit source]
Towns[edit | edit source]
- Nesaak - A small fisher village that has survived through many corrupted attacks and even the freezing of the forest.
- Squid Village - This village of humanoid squids is well hidden and guarded underground, below the Nesaak lake. The squids have lived there in peace for years, though recently their food supplies have been running out.
Locations[edit | edit source]
- Bob's Tomb - The tomb of the fallen hero of Wynn, Bob. It is said that this tomb mysteriously appeared here in the snow a year after Bob's dissapaearance.
NPCs[edit | edit source]
Mini-Quests[edit | edit source]
|Miniquest Name||Miniquest Type||Min. Level||Coordinates||Items Required||Combat XP Given||Profession XP Given|
|Slay Creatures of Nesaak Forest||Combat||40||82, 69, -725||15 Snow Clumps||6480||-|
|Gather Spruce Logs||Woodcutting||43||46, 67, -813||24 Spruce Wood or 24 Spruce Paper||2600||3600|
|Gather Icefish||Fishing||43||84, 66, -921||24 Icefish Oil or 24 Icefish Meat||2600||3600|
|Gather Spruce Logs II||Woodcutting||48||-175, 66, -923||36 Spruce Wood or 36 Spruce Paper||4000||6000|
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- Prior to the 1.14.1 Gameplay Update, the Snow Armour Merchant was located in a cave near the entrance to the Ice Canyon.
References[edit | edit source]