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Dungeons in Realm are perhaps the most reliable sources for stat potions and loot. These guides contain strategies on how to find individual stat potions, depending on the dungeon. At the end of the page are portals to guides that will help you in completing the dungeons. These dungeons drop more than just stat potions. If you’re wondering what equipment they do drop, head over to Dungeons and find the dungeon you’re looking for!
By running dungeons, it is possible to max your stats to 6/8 relatively easily. Use the guides below as advice to run certain dungeons for certain pots. Note that it is sorted easiest to hardest, from top to bottom. That being said, you shouldn’t run The Shatters to get defense when you’re 0/8.
These can help level up, provide gear, and refill your stacks of regeneration potions (HP and MP). Use these to help you reach level 20.
These are mostly essential stats that help make you offensively and defensively ready. Snake Pits drop speed, while Sprite Worlds drop Dexterity, Defense, and Attack. Undead Lairs drop Wisdom and the Toxic Sewers also drop Defense.
Harder and often rarer dungeons, with generally greater rewards and better item and potion drops. Haunted Cemeteries drop Speed, Wisdom, and Vitality, Abysses of Demons drop Defense and Vitality, and Davy Jones’s Locker drops Attack and Wisdom. Mad Labs drop Wisdom and Defense (which drops from the 2nd boss). The Puppet Master’s Theatre drops Attack. The Cursed Library drops Vitality and Wisdom from the first boss, and Vitality and Attack from the second. The Magic Woods drops Dexterity and Speed.
The only sources of life and mana potions, and among the most difficult areas in the game. More likely to be run for the items and not just for potions. Not recommended until you’re experienced and comfortable in your own skin.
Lair of Draconis drops most of the above potions, excluding greater potions and Life. Ocean Trench drops exclusively Mana, while The Crawling Depths drops mainly Mana, Greater Defense, and Greater Wisdom, along with random potions (excluding life and mana) from its Glowing Eggs. Deadwater Docks drops mainly Greater Speed and Greater Dexterity, along with a chance of life. Woodland Labyrinth drops Greater Attack and Greater Vitality, along with a chance of life, similar to the Deadwater Docks. Parasite Chambers drops Mana and Attack, while Ice Cave drops Mana and Dexterity. The Third Dimension drops mainly Vitality, Defense, Attack, Wisdom, and Mana, along with various potions from the Masquarerader. Tomb of the Ancients drop exclusively Life, and various other potions in its Treasure Sarcophagus. The Nest drops primarily Life and Greater Dexterity, with a chance of Defense from the Treasure Room boss. Both the Fungal Cavern and Crystal Cavern drop Greater Potions of the 6 main stats, along with Potions of Life and an insane amount of white bags. The Shatters drops most notably Greater Mana and Greater Life, but also Greater Defense, Greater Attack, and Greater Vitality. Lost Halls drops Life, Mana, Attack and Defense at high rates, along with a chance at any other normal pots. Finally, Oryx’s Sanctuary is one of the few sources of Greater Life and Greater Mana, along with an abundance of white bag items.
Keep in mind that although these potions can be collected through completion of these dungeons, there are many alternate sources of stat potions.
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Events Dungeons are dungeons that are only available for the course of an event.
Mini dungeons are dungeons that contain no enemies other than the boss of the dungeon and the minions it spawns, generally one room in total.
These dungeons are neither dropped by enemies nor opened by keys.