|Last updated: X15.1.0|
The Nest is an extremely dangerous dungeon designed by Mrunibro, a RotMG player and closed tester. It is meant to be a much, much harder version of The Hive, and is the fourth “epic” dungeon released, after Deadwater Docks, Woodland Labyrinth, and The Crawling Depths, which were released in 2013.
The best way to tackle this particularly hard dungeon, which is comparably difficult to the Shatters, is with the cooperation of other players to navigate to and defeat the boss. It is highly recommended to not get too close to any enemies, as they do a lot of damage. Teleporting is not allowed, so clearing in a group is recommended over rushing alone.
The dungeon can drop Potions of Defense and Dexterity from the larger enemies, and the boss is a source of Potions of Life and is also the first to drop Greater Potions of Dexterity. In addition, it also drops the ST Swarming Huntress Set, three varieties of UT Leather Armor, a UT Dagger, and a UT helmet.
The dungeon can drop from the Killer Bee Nest, an event boss.
The Nest Key is available in the Nexus for 200 .
See The Nest Guide for a walk-through on the dungeon.
|The Realm Eye says:|
Oryx’s frustrations with adventurers destroying his precious sources of honey lead to him subjecting a hive to the arcane experiments of Dr Terrible.
The foolish doctor had poured a misguided concoction of Pure Evil and Ambrosia into the hives, turning the captive bees savage.
Even as they grew more feral, his meddling never ceased. Soon, they grew too powerful for him to contain and he turned from the prison warden to a prisoner.
There are always 8 rooms between the starting room and dungeon boss room. The treasure room is a guaranteed spawn, and its entrance is past breakable blocks in the northern part of a random dead-end room. The entrance to the treasure room can only be found in one of two rooms:
(clover-shaped, large column in middle)
Killer Honey is found in most rooms. It deals 60 armor piercing damage to players in it and slows them down more the longer they stand in the honey.