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About Kimerian's Trace

Discussion in 'Archive' started by delian1914, Dec 21, 2013.

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  1. delian1914

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    hello. i have problem with finding kimerian's traces. l2wiki says it drops from pan direm with ~50% drop chance for normal and ~25% epic mode. the problem is that i can't find the mob or i do something incorect. i found map of it, but the npc seems is not there. is it spown after killing cocoons or something like that? is only one mob spowns of them ? a guy from another forum said "you can have them by killing fairys around settlement", is that means they can be obtained by all fairys ?
    any info would help.
    best regards!
     
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  2. Lizzzy

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    afaik, there are 3 spots in fairy with pan direm and all of them are easy to find. each solo side of fairy has 1 spot with group of cocoons very close to each other and you have 1 pan direm there. on fairy group side, you have 1 spot with group of cocoons but there is a chance that 6 pan direm's will be there. destroying cocoons doesn't have anything with this mob. also note that cocoon destroyer is also dropping this trace but with lower drop chance than pan direm.
     
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  3. VithU

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    if u have done the quests of killing kimerian, u should know that where kimerian stays in the instancezone. so pan direm are staying there in the fairys settlement.
    they r respawned in 20 mins+ since they have been killed.
     
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  4. delian1914

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    running around cocoons which are close to each others, clicking the /target pan direm macro did the trick! thanks you for the answers.
    happy holydays!
     
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