Allods Online Stone Quests

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One of the most common shoutouts in Zone chat is this: ” where is that damn [area] stone?! “, so here’s my very own Stone quest guide.

Notes:

  • The maps that have stones quests are Siveria, Frozen Frontier, Darkwater, Tenebra, Asee-Teph, Eljune, Coba Plateau, Coldberg, Avilon, Dragon Ring, Yazes Shard and Gipat. All stone locations are complete.
  • Update: As of Patch 2.0, there is a new contested zone called Kirah. This map has no Stones quest.
  • Patch 2.06 Update: There is a contested zone called Twilight Isle. This has no Stones quest. An Eastern Border Stone of Tenebra has a different location.
  • ALL stones look like this:

IT IS POINTLESS TO WAIT FOR THE STONES TO RESPAWN IN JUST ONE SPOT, BECAUSE THE STONES SPAWN ALTERNATELY. That is, if someone ‘found’ the stone at the first location, it will almost immediately respawn at the second location. If you can’t find the stone at the first location, then go to the other one and you will definitely find it there (unless you’re truly unlucky and someone beat you to it again).

Here are the maps with markers. A bit of explanation is written beside each map to help you find the stones:


Siveria

  • A Taiga Glen Stone is directly in front of the Molotovka settlement. If you can’t find that one, just cross the river and you’ll find the other spawn point behind some trees.
  • A Vertush River Stone sits on the riverbend. If you can’t find it, cross the river to Steep Horn and you’ll find the other spawn point in front of some trees.
  • A Northern Riverside Stone is behind some trees, very close to the foot of the mountains. The other spawn point is near the salt rocks and goblins, it is easy to spot since it is right beside the road between some trees.

Frozen Frontier

  • The Bold Hill Stone spawn points are near the edge of the allod. They are both easy to spot.
  • The Shaggy Isle Stone spawn points are near the path that runs through the whole allod.
  • A Nordheim Stone can be found to your left once you land on the June Ruins. If it is not there, go up to the cave but do not enter. Instead, turn left and then follow the path up. The stone should be right there.

Darkwater

  • An Astral Bay stone can be found in the forest, on an elevated part of the land. If it is not there, just run straight into the water and you’ll find the other spawn point on the islet in the Astral Bay.
  • A Fusty Bog stone can be found on the edge of the islet where the Warty Toad NPC (for the Lousy Shot quest) can be found. If the stone is not there, swim to the edge of the allod and you’ll find the other spawn point on the narrow strip of land there.
  • A Rookmore stone can be found in Thousang Wings, right behind the Rebels’ Camp. If it is not there, prepare to go ninja-mode for the other spawn point is beside the path that would lead you north where Traitorous Knights and Spellweavers walk about x__x
  • A Werebear Grove stone can be found on an elevated piece of land near the Werebears’ leader. The other spawn point is beside some trees and tree stumps beside a slope.

Tenebra

  • An Eastern Border Stone can be found on the small allod on the upper left of Summer Manor. The other spawn point is at the edge of the largest crevice near the rats and Twilight Gargoyles. As of Patch 2.06, the Eastern Border Stone at the crevice has been relocated to a spot near the Tainted and Cursed Rats (see red circle with white border)
  • A Western Border Stone spawns in the area where you have to do the reputation quest (turning to a werewolf). The other spawn point is on one of the mounds on the small allod at the lower left of Summer Manor. Be careful for the world boss Terrorwing resides there. Just go around the mounds, along the edge of the small allod, and the boss won’t notice you.
  • A Lamia Lake Stone spawns right in the middle of Lamia Lake. If it is not there, go to the small allod at the lower right of the Tainted Woods and you’ll find the other spawn point there.

Asee-Teph

  • The Kotick stones are easy to spot. They are at the foot of large trees, and one of them is right beside an NPC camp.
  • The Tekyan Thicket stones are a bit tricky; you’ll have to climb up some slopes to find the first stone, which is close to the ruins. The other stone is behind the Predator’s Lair.
  • A June Stronghold stone’s spawn point is near the tapirs. The other spawn point is on the “et” of the word “Thicket”.
  • The Tenses Temple stone spawns BEHIND the League camp, so you can fall off from a ledge and land on it without attracting League NPCs. The other spawn point is behind a huge stone structure near the Empire camp and you can also get that one without attracting Empire NPCs.
  • The Misty Slope stone is easy to spot since it spawns out in the open, at the foot of large trees.
  • The Texio Swamp stone spawns in spots under tree roots: one close to Swamp Hydras, the other close to Imperial Spies.

Eljune

  • The Maddox Depot stone spawns near the border of Asee-Teph and Eljune. If you walk from Texio Swamp to Maddox Depot, surely you’ll see this stone; otherwise, look for it at the astral shore near Maddox Depot, close to the satyrs.
  • The Icemirror Lake Stone spawns under the KE in LAKE on the Eljune Map. It appears near some Lamia, so be careful. The other spawn point is on top of a hill beside the Goblin Swashbucklers. (Thanks to Metatron of the LUG forum, and to Eastrock of Allods Online PH)
  • The Wilderwoods Stone spawns near the Edge of Eternal Night, beside some trees. The other spawn point lies close to a tree in the area where there are a lot of unicorns and treants, at Zosim Coast. From the latter spot, you could also see the Patronage NPC.
  • The Kotelny Camp Stone spawns right in front of the camp, beside a tree. The other spawn point is close to the path to Zosim Coast, also beside a tree. This stone can be taken without having to fight any monsters.
  • The Wispwood Forest Stone spawns near a house in the forest. The area is a bit dark so it might be difficult to spot, but the stone is not hidden, it is just beside some trees. The other spawn point is near the Imperial Camp where there are lots of catapults.
  • The Itsmal Ruins Stone spawns beside a camp at the ruins and it also spawns behind the ruins, close to the trolls.

Coba Plateau

  • The Midnight Shore Stone spawns at the edge of Coba (to Asee-Teph) and also in the Rhino area.
  • The Rusted Wasteland Stones spawn on the small hills within the Rusted Wasteland. The one on the lower left side spawns right on a fire trap, so be careful.
  • The Southern Bank Stone spawns near Russet Station, closer to the Astral Shore; no need to fight any monsters while taking the stone. The other spawn point is in the scorpion area, close to where the crowned scorpion spawns.
  • The Giant’s Table Stone spawns at the edge of elevated ground, beyond the undead and other dangerous monsters; be careful. The other spawn point is surrounded by equally dangerous enemies: the vultures, led by Rotbeak.
  • The Spectral Gorge Stone spawns near the temple; beware of Tep’s minions but you don’t have to get too close to any of them. It also spawns -IN- the Gorge itself; this spawn point is more dangerous since it brings you close to a lot of undead.
  • The Meridian Outback Stone spawns on elevated land beside the path through that area. The other spawn point requires you to go through the goblins’ barricade, through the dusty Barren Boneyard and finally to a spot where you can see the Meridian Outback’s Ancient June Ruins.

Coldberg

  • The Swindlerville Stone spawns under a tree to the left of the town and also on a ledge near the port that’s full of minotaurs.
  • A stone spawns on the upper right corner of the Ruined Shore, near the trolls and astral fangs. The other spawn point is behind the troll world boss Jurnad Dirtfoot. (Thanks to Majestik of Allods Online PH)
  • The Frost Peak stone spawns along the left side of that area, where the yaks thrive; the other spawn point is amongst the elementals, close to the astral fangs.
  • The Snowy Wastes stone spawns in a safe area where no monsters wander, amongst icy spikes. The other spawn point lies in the area where the demon scouts are.

Avilon

  • The Western Horn Stone spawns near the edge of Avilon, beside a large rock in the area where the large demons appear. The other spawn point lies beyond the June Ruins, beware of wormfaces and demons.
  • The Lake Pi’Quea Stone spawns beside the wrecked League ship. It also spawns in the lake itself.
  • The Totnum Stones spawns near the wrecked Imperial ship, in the area infested by mantises and vampires. It also spawns close to the port area, where there are few monsters.
  • The Eastern Horn Stone spawns in two point within the area that is affected by astral fangs and infested by bats and vampires. One lies on the upper left corner, near an astral fang. The other also lies near an astral fang but it is closer to the edge of the allod, away from the vampires.

Dragon Ring

  • The Dusky Isle stone spawns at the foot of a large tree amidst tapirs. The other spawn point is to the south, close to the demon scouts and the Elven demon hunter NPC.
  • The Pangol Isle stone spawns to the left of the astral fang area, where the blighted land meets with the forest. It is out in the open and easy to spot. The other spawn point is to the right of the astral fang; it is also easy to spot but the stone is surrounded by demon mages.
  • The Cursed Land stone spawns amidst muskirs, predators and draconoids, right between the greenery and the blighted land. The other spawn point is close to the Draconid augurs.
  • The Drakefang Isle stone spawns on the northern section of that allod; beware of level 40 dragons. The other spawn point is close to the Ancient June Ruins.

Yazes Shard

  • The Baneful Valley stone  spawns close to the letter Y in Valley. It is out in the open and is fairly easy to obtain. The other spawn point is more difficult to get to, for it is farther up north and is surrounded by slightly stronger enemies.
  • The Blackened Shore stone spawns close to the  League camp, along the edge of the allod. The other spawn point is surrounded by the firey elementals.
  • The Tainted Valley stone spawns on the far upper right side of Yazes Shard. It is surrounded by many dangerous enemies. A safer spawn point is the one on the T of Tainted Valley, close to the treasure.
  • The Wild Cape stone spawns close to the Imperial camp, right between the D and C in Wild Cape. The other spawn point is inside an astral fang.

Gipat

  • The Blighted Road stone spawns in an area where there are a lot of wolves, right beside a large tree. It also spawns on the far lower left corner of the Cursed Path, amidst a few monsters. This stone is confusing because it spawns on both points at the same time.
  • The Beach stone spawns in the crabs area, right at the edge where the shore drops down; it also spawns in a small strip of land on the way to the orc’s camp.
  • The Orcish Camp stone spawns in an area that is heavily infested by orcs; it’s to your left if you are facing the altar. You can either go ghost to get it quickly, or just go to the other respawn point which is beside a small path that has less orcs.
  • The Foothills stone spawns in the area close to ogres, which can be easily avoided since there is a lot of space to run. The other spawn point is close to the wolf boss Ghostfang, and it can also be taken without having to fight any monster (just weave through them).
  • The Cursed Path stone spawns on spots that initially cannot be accessed until the 36 signs have been finished. Both stones spawn in the area with Magical Steeles.

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3 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Zjha
    Feb 22, 2011 @ 06:12:15

    nice guide =)

  2. cesarsalad
    Feb 13, 2011 @ 18:21:29

    super like…

    thanks for sharing..

    ign-Acolytos

  3. cesar
    Feb 13, 2011 @ 18:11:58

    super like…

    thanks for sharing ^_^

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