Dungeons

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Dungeons are a special type of zone found in Stash. They house a number of combat encounters, bosses and loot. Many dungeons have set spawn points and consistently spawn in one area. Others show up sporadically throughout the various regions of the world, and still others are procedurally-generated. All dungeons have a lore that can be discovered.

Types of Dungeons[edit | edit source]

In terms of functionality, there are three different types of dungeons in the world of Stash. While they vary significantly in design, enemies, and content, their core function varies primarily in these areas:

  • Point of Interest (PoI): the entry point of the dungeon on the World Map.
  • Access: How access to the dungeon works, whether it is shared or instanced, can you encounter other players there, etc.
  • Mob Levels: How mob level is determined in the dungeon.
  • Respawn: How mobs respawn in the dungeon.


World Dungeons (WD)[edit | edit source]

  • PoI: Fixed location on the world map.
  • Access: a dungeon that is shared by the whole game world. You can encounter other players inside the dungeon that aren’t people in your party.
  • Mob Levels: a fixed range determined by data.
  • Respawn: Whenever a mob is defeated, a new one is spawned in the dungeon.
  • Examples: The Mines, Ruined Barracks


Private Dungeon (PD)[edit | edit source]

  • PoI: Fixed location on the world map.
  • Access: Instanced for player/party. You will not encounter other players/parties inside the PD.
  • Mob Levels: a fixed range determined by data.
  • Respawn: No respawns while party is in the dungeon.
  • Example: Bluestone Grotto

Random Private Dungeon (RPD)[edit | edit source]

  • PoI: Random location on the world map. Generally, zones have ~10 possible locations, and there are 3 RPDs active at a time. Randomly move every hour.
  • Access: Instanced for player/party. You will not encounter other players/parties inside the RPD.
  • Mob levels: bounded by the dungeon level, mob level is set to the Party Level
  • Respawn: No respawns while party is in the dungeon.
  • Examples: Forgotten Hole, Ruined Section

Dungeons List[edit | edit source]