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{{Location infobox
 
{{Location infobox
| Name = Bridge of the Betrayer
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| Name = {{PAGENAME}}
| Screenshot = bridge of the betrayer.jpg
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| Screenshot = bridge of the betrayer.jpg
| Biome = [[Snow]]
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| map = [[Exiled Lands]]
| Coords = -83,-96
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| Biome = [[Snow]]
| Type = Ruins
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| Coords = -83,-96
| MapIcon = T_Map_Icon_ruins.png
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| Type = Ruins
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| MapIcon = T_Map_Icon_ruins.png
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==Description==
 
==Description==
 
A very long bridge between [[Godsclaw Passage]] and the [[Ruins of Xullan]].
 
A very long bridge between [[Godsclaw Passage]] and the [[Ruins of Xullan]].
   
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==Notes==
Several [[Silent Legion Warrior|Silent Legion Warriors]] patrol the bridge.
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* Several [[Silent Legion Warrior|Silent Legion Warriors]] patrol the bridge.
 
* A [[Bridge of the Betrayer Lorestone|Lorestone]] can be found at the halfway point on the bridge.
   
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==Lore==
A [[Bridge of the Betrayer Lorestone|Lorestone]] can be found at the halfway point on the bridge.
 
 
* This bridge was not originally called the Bridge of the Betrayer, but was renamed after [[The Kinscourge|Tyros]] and his [[Silent Legion]] turned their backs on the [[Giant-kings]] and began fighting for the [[Lemurians]]. The original name of the bridge has been lost to the ages.
 
Lore-wise, this bridge was not originally called the Bridge of the Betrayer, but was renamed after [[The Kinscourge|Tyros]] and his [[Silent Legion]] turned their backs on the [[Giant-kings]] and began fighting for the [[Lemurians]]. The original name of the bridge has been lost to the ages.
 
   
 
==Media==
 
==Media==
   
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[[Category:Ruins]]

Latest revision as of 20:27, 6 April 2021

Bridge of the Betrayer
Bridge of the betrayer.jpg
Map Exiled Lands
Biome Snow
Coordinates -83,-96
Type Ruins
Map Icon T Map Icon ruins.png

Description

A very long bridge between Godsclaw Passage and the Ruins of Xullan.

Notes

Lore

  • This bridge was not originally called the Bridge of the Betrayer, but was renamed after Tyros and his Silent Legion turned their backs on the Giant-kings and began fighting for the Lemurians. The original name of the bridge has been lost to the ages.

Media

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