Fortune's Folly

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Fortune's Folly
Fortune's Folly Background 1.png
Details
Stars
⭐⭐⭐
Level
9 - 12
Guaranteed Behemoth
Local Flora
Local Ores
Island Events
Island Event Slice and Dice Icon.pngSlice and Dice
Island Event Aether Surge Icon.pngAether Surge
Island Event High Alert Icon.pngHigh Alert

Fortune's Folly is the 10th island in the Hunting Grounds.

Description

The island of Fortune's Folly is well-known to Lady Luck and her crew. A frequent waystation (more of a "hitching post", was how Bosun Markus described it) of convenience for corsairs looking to lay low within the dangerous cover of its rainstorms and fog banks, the ironically named isle has seen far less use of late, ever since another wave of Behemoths arrived to feed on newly exposed archonite deposits.

Behemoths

Icon Behemoth Stars
Kharabak Illustrated Framed Icon.png Kharabak ⭐⭐⭐
Sporestruck Charrogg Illustrated Framed Icon.png Sporestruck Charrogg ⭐⭐⭐
Frostback Pangar Illustrated Framed Icon.png Frostback Pangar ⭐⭐⭐
Moonreaver Shrike Illustrated Framed Icon.png Moonreaver Shrike ⭐⭐⭐
Deadeye Quillshot Illustrated Framed Icon.png Deadeye Quillshot ⭐⭐⭐

Gatherables

Icon Item Spawn Rarity
Ironthistle Icon 001.png Ironthistle Common
Heart Lily Icon 001.png Heart Lily Uncommon
Wrathwort Icon 001.png Wrathwort Uncommon
Omnistone Icon 001.png Omnistone Rare

Island Events

Icon Event Description
Island Event Slice and Dice Icon.png Slice and Dice Slay powerful Behemoths before they use their sharp claws to wound you.
Island Event Aether Surge Icon.png Aether Surge Aether surges are a common occurrence across the Hunting Grounds, attracting powerful Behemoths and other hostile creatures.
Island Event High Alert Icon.png High Alert Extremely powerful Behemoths pose an even greater threat to the island's ecosystem. Slay it quickly.

Journal Entries

Discoveries in this island:

Icon Name Description
Corsair Anchor.png Corsair Anchor A heavy anchor displaying the telltale metallic impurities common in frontier smithery, this rusted relic proves that corsairs once sailed these skies. Judging from the condition of the anchor itself, it's been many years since the vessel that dropped it passed this way.

Gallery