Ezra

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Ezra
Ezra World Map Icon.png
Faction

Villagers of Ezra

Biome

banana grove

Leader

Mayor haddas.pngMayor Haddas

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Ezra is a small village located in the northwest zone of the same parasang as Omonporch.pngOmonporch. The village is home to many Banana rancher.pngbanana ranchers and their Banana tree.pngbanana trees. The mayor is Mayor haddas.pngMayor Haddas, a sentient tree located near the northeast. The center holds a store of up to 120 drams of Water.pngfresh water, but must be broken into forcefully to take.

To the northwest corner is a small workshop populated by the tinker Yla haj.pngYla Haj, with Sixshrew.pngSixshrew the merchant in a neighboring alcove. Just north of this building are several cables that lead their way within the Tomb of the Eaters. However, digging further leads to only solid rock.

The graveyard lies in the southwest corner, guarded by Zothom the penitent.pngZothom the Penitent, who gives the quest The Buried Watchers. This is also where Rebekah was buried, according to the history of Resheph.

The signature dish of this village is Goat in Sweet Leaf.

Interactive Map

Mayor HaddasGoat in Sweet LeafWarden 1-FFZothom the PenitentYla HajSixshrewto the Arcade to the Twin GatesEzra.png
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Unique Characters

Quests

Trivia

Caution: This section contains unverified speculation and should not be considered canonical.
  • Technically, the Ebon fulcrete.pngebon fulcrete wall segment at the very top of the screen, to which Yla haj.pngYla Haj's wires are connected, is a fusion-powered wall block, acting similarly to a Fusion power station.pngfusion power station and powering many of the objects in Yla Haj's abode.[1][2] One might conjecture that this is only due to mechanical limitations of power sources working in the current zone, and that the true intent is to suggest Yla Haj is stealing power from within the Tomb, which itself contains many vast electrical networks and 22 different fusion power stations scattered throughout.

References

This information is reliable as of patch 2.0.202.104.
  1. Ezra.rpm
  2. ObjectBlueprints.xml, object name HighCapacityWiredEbonFulcretePowerGenerator