Right in the middle of Tibian continent there is, a huge and massive mountain range called the Big Old One. In ancient times, the area where today lies the mountain, used to have a huge and threatening volcano. Nowadays, even if it is an extinct volcano, the deeps of the mountain are still in full activity.
These activity not only coming from the forces of nature, but also from the constant work of one of the oldest races of Tibia: the Dwarfs. And, unofficially, there couldn't be a better place to shelter them. Just like the mountain, they have a heated mood, they are stubborn, rude, resistent and untiring. Thus-in a perfect individual / environment symbiosis the underground city of Kazordoon was built and grows surrounded by rich minerals, precious stones and impressive ducts of channeled lava.
Walk there is not usually very easy, there is a tangle of tunnels and corridors that connects the different parts of the city and also the mineral extraction's dwarfs mines. Therefore explore the place with caution and keep your eyes peeled, the Big Old One hides many mysteries both in its interior as in its peaks.
If you are passing by there, don't forget to go to Emperor Kruzak 's room, there are rumors that he locks behind doors some delicious Cookies , another local attraction are the thrilling transport system via Ore Wagon , there is also the Colossus Fortress , one of the 8 Tibian World-Wonders. But undoubtedly the city's tour highlight and very well protected, is the barrels with a special beer that only the dwarfs know how to prepare!
Just be carefull not to get into trouble, there are rumors that outlaws brought to the Dwacatra's prison will never see the light of the sun again. Oh, and if some NPC does not answer you, remember they are dwarves! So being polite, as for example, calling them by their names can perform miracles!
And, while walking in the mines, be carefull where you step, some miners often leave their equipment around the place, some of these might be really useful...
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