Just across the disputed borders East of Kamasylvia and over the mountains South of Dreighan, the long awaited O’dyllita region is finally open for you to explore in Black Desert! For adventurers who enjoy the thrills of an adventure, follow us as we embark into O’dyllita.
O’dyllita is a very closed society, so you’ll only be able to obtain all NPC Knowledge by progressing through the main quest line. For instance, you won’t be able to obtain Knowledge of the Queen of O’dyllita and her followers except through the main quest. Therefore, we recommend you complete the main quest line of O’dyllita to make your adventure through the region much more enjoyable. For any combat quests, don’t be scared by the recommended AP of the new Monster Zones of O’dyllita – the only monsters you need to face during the main quest line are about as strong as those found in the Manshaum Forest of Kamasylvia.
To take your first step into O’dyllita, you can accept the main quest [Lv.60 O’dyllita I] Flower of the Burning Moon.
There are many new monster zones in O’dyllita.
In Olun’s Valley, every monster is extremely powerful, and one misstep could be the end of you. With that being said, the golems of Olun’s Valley are slow and predictable, so it will get easier once you get the hang of it.
The recommended strategy to defeat these monsters is to survive through coordination with your party members. Grab a couple of friends and head over – this spot is built for trios.
Thornwood Forest is a zone controlled by the Fallen Ahib. If you’re the kind of adventurer who regularly challenges Hystria Ruins or Aakman Temple, Thornwood Forest should not feel too difficult.
If you’re looking to obtain the Ominous Ring and Specter’s Energy, we recommend Thornwood Forest. You can get Specter’s Energy from many spots, but the monsters of Thornwood Forest have a higher chance of dropping it.
The Turos, these large bovine creatures, can be found in the Tunkuta Monster Zone. They have immense endurance and boast powerful strength, but they like to keep apart from each other, so don’t worry about fighting many at the same time. Find yourself an adventurer and charge into the Turos – this spot is built for duos!
Additionally, you can obtain materials for the new Elixirs here, as well as Turo’s Belt. But the most exciting items in this spot are certainly the Flame of Despair and the Embers of Despair. These items are crucial for converting Boss chest pieces into our next addition to the lineup of gear: Fallen God Armor.
The Fallen God Armor can be created by converting a Pen Boss Chestpiece with a high enough Caphras level. Fallen God provides additional enhancement past Pen for even more stats. If you are looking to craft Fallen God, sticking to Boss pieces and Caphras should be your priority.
Along with new armor, O’dyllita brings many new regional items – including the Delotia flower.
Delotia can be used to cook lots of new recipes: Delotia Juice, Delotia Milk Tea, Delotia Tart… Be sure to experiment with all of the new regional food items in cooking.
O’dyllita also comes with many new potions. Other than the new types of Elixirs, Draughts and Perfumes, Immortal versions of previous potions have also been introduced. These Immortal potions will maintain their effects even through death.
One last new item coming to us from the O’dyllita region is a costume:
La Orzeca – granted by the queen of O’dyllita, Viorencia Odore – is now obtainable. Collecting Quturan’s Lungs and exchanging them with the NPC will get you both the La Orzeca Helmet and armor. If you’re looking for aesthetics with a malicious feel, La Orzeca is the outfit for you.
To celebrate the addition of a new region, many events will also be held all throughout O’dyllita. Complete requests to receive great rewards like Buffs, Silver, Contribution, and more!
Come join us as we explore all of the new items, monster zones, and quests in O’dyllita!