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Sebilis Crypt

Old Sebilis is easily the most popular location in Kunark for adventurers of the highest skill level. Sebilis was once the heart of the great Iksar Empire and was built under the reign of Venril Sathir nearly two thousand years before the Age of Turmoil. After the death of Emperor Ganak, who died in a battle against the leader of the Ring of Scale, Jaled'Dar, in the Field of Bone, the Empire slowly crumbled. After multiple sarnak slave uprisings, forest giant attacks, and goblin invasions, the city was vulnerable. Trakanon, the poisonous dragon of the Ring of Scale, had an undying hatred for the Iksar unrivaled by any other dragon. His previous actions had him exiled by Jaled'Dar, but with the death of Jaled'Dar, Trakanon decided to deal the final blow by crushing the jewel city of Sebilis. Trakanon was mortally wounded in his successful attempt to destroy the city. The Iksar evacuated the area, establishing what would become Cabilis. It has now become inhabited by hundreds of frogloks. Unlike the frogloks of Antonica who worship Mithaniel Marr, these frogloks show allegiance the now undead Trakanon. Located deep within a part of the Emerald Jungle known as Trakanon's Teeth, the majesty of the city can still be seen even though many of the pillars and statues are in shambles and overgrown with vines.

"Disco" Room

Within the ruins of the city, past countless roaming ghosts, is a mystical glowing red orb. Touching this orb will transport anyone holding the requisite key into Sebilis. Inside, much of the city's stone walls and floors are still in tact. After passing through the entrance hall, the city opens into a massive underground cavern that sprawls into three directions. The bridge to the west leads to a prison, armory, bar, and kitchen. The bridge to the east leads to a library, laboratory, and two strange rooms commonly referred to as "discos" by many adventurers. The bridge to the south leads to a massive pyramid with a locked door. Behind the door is an area even Trakanon himself dares not go; the crypt. The crypt is inhabited by the ghosts of many of the city's noblemen and former emperors. Anyone brave enough to enter the crypt, will need a rogue to even get past the front door.


Below the three bridges is a sewer system that still runs with freshwater brought in by the marvelous aqueduct system built during the height of the empire. Swimming through these waters will lead to the underground parts of the city where fungus men known as myconids can be found. The myconid's king is the target of many melee classes, especially monks, for he is known to carry a tunic with the regenerative powers of the fungus found in these caverns. Beyond the mushrooms, an army of golems known as juggernauts await any who attempt to reach Trakanon himself. Those strong enough to pass the countless waves of these juggernauts will reach a bridge that leads to a massive chamber where Trakanon himself now resides. He is guarded by his most loyal froglok, Tolapumj, a frighteningly powerful enchanter. The undead dragon himself is one of the most powerful enemies in all of Kunark, and those who can work together to defeat him have returned to Firiona Vie and The Overthere with chestplates, chainmail, tunics, and robes of unrivaled powers. The hundreds of frogloks and other various creatures here carry some of the most sought after weapons and armor in all of Norrath, which brings many adventurers to the once great city.

Neighboring Zones


  • Frogloks of Sebilis
  • Trakanon


Notable NPCs

  • Arch Duke Latol
  • Baron Yosig
  • Blood of Chottal
  • Brogg
  • Crypt Caretaker
  • Echo of Sebilis
  • Emperor Chottal
  • Fallen Monk
  • Frenzied Pox Scarab
  • Froggy
  • Froglok Armorer
  • Froglok Armsman
  • Froglok Bartender
  • Froglok Chef
  • Froglok Commander
  • Froglok Ostiary
  • Froglok Pickler
  • Froglok Repairer
  • Gangrenous Scarab
  • Gruplinort
  • Harbinger Freglor
  • Hierophant Prime Grekal
  • Iksar Necromancer
  • Myconid Spore King
  • Necrosis Scarab
  • Sebilite Guardian
  • Sebilite Protector
  • Spectral Harbinger
  • Tolapumj
  • Trakanon
  • Undead Bard

Notable Items

  • Adamantite Bo Stick
  • Arbitor's Combine Greatsword
  • Beetle Stinger
  • Blade of the Black Dragon Eye
  • Blood Ember Bracer
  • Blood Ember Breastplate
  • Blood Ember Helm
  • Blood Ember Vambraces
  • Book of Obulus
  • Bracer of Wrath
  • Breath of Harmony
  • Brell's Keg Popper
  • Cane of Harmony
  • Cane of the Tranquil
  • Cap of the Insubstantial
  • Clay Guardian Shield
  • Cloak of Piety
  • Cobalt Bracer
  • Cobalt Breastplate
  • Cobalt Helm
  • Cobalt Vambraces
  • Coif of Wrath
  • Cone of the Mystics
  • Crystalline Short Sword
  • Darkscale Greaves
  • Deepwater Bracer
  • Deepwater Breastplate
  • Deepwater Helm
  • Deepwater Vambraces
  • Donal's Bracer of Mourning
  • Donal's Breastplate of Mourning
  • Donal's Helm of Mourning
  • Donal's Vambraces of Mourning
  • Dragon Horn Ykesha
  • Elder Spiritist's Bracer
  • Elder Spiritist's Breastplate
  • Elder Spiritist's Helm
  • Elder Spiritist's Vambraces
  • Fayguard Bladecatcher
  • Felhammer
  • Froglok Bonecaster's Robe
  • Froglok Scale Chestplate
  • Fungus Covered Great Staff
  • Fungus Covered Scale Tunic
  • Gangrenous Beetle Mask
  • Gloves of Wrath
  • Green Jade Axe
  • Green Jade Halberd
  • Hardened Clay Bracelet
  • Hierophant's Cloak
  • Iksar Hide Boots
  • Jarsath Battle Sword
  • Jaundiced Bone Bracer
  • Jaundiced Bone Breastplate
  • Jaundiced Bone Helm
  • Jaundiced Bone Vambraces
  • Journeyman's Walking Stick
  • Knuckle Dusters
  • Lamentation
  • Larrikan's Mask
  • Luminescent Staff
  • Mana Robe
  • Mrylokar's Bracer
  • Mrylokar's Breastplate
  • Mrylokar's Helm
  • Mrylokar's Vambraces
  • Nathsar Greatsword
  • Obulus Mantle
  • Poison Wind Chaser
  • Poisoned Mantle
  • Rod of Lamentation
  • Rod of Mourning
  • Runebranded Girdle
  • Sebilite Croaking Dirk
  • Sebilite Scale Belt
  • Sebilite Scale Boots
  • Sebilite Scale Bracelet
  • Sebilite Scale Cap
  • Sebilite Scale Coat
  • Sebilite Scale Gloves
  • Sebilite Scale Leggings
  • Sebilite Scale Mantle
  • Sebilite Scale Neckguard
  • Siblisian Berserker Cloak
  • Silken Whip of Ensuring
  • Silver Etched Warhammer
  • Singing Steel Bracer
  • Singing Steel Breastplate
  • Singing Steel Helm
  • Singing Steel Vambraces
  • Sleeves of Wrath
  • Slime Coated Harpoon
  • Sludged Girdle
  • Staff of Battle
  • Staff of the Waterwalker
  • Sword of Skyfire
  • Sword of the Morning
  • Tolan's Darkwood Bracer
  • Tolan's Darkwood Breastplate
  • Tolan's Darkwood Helm
  • Tolan's Darkwood Vambraces
  • Tolapumj's Robe
  • Trakanon's Tooth
  • Truncheon of Doom
  • Undead Dragon Sinew
  • Wild Lord's Bracer
  • Wild Lord's Breastplate
  • Wild Lord's Crown
  • Wild Lord's Vambraces
  • Wind Saber
  • Worn Cloth Mantle
  • Ykeshan War Club
  • Zealot's Incarnadine Sword

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