After visiting the Brevane continent and City Core, a story quest takes players right into Eastern Holdings, the next zone of interest in our Storm Legion map and point of interest series. Eastern Holdings is ideal for players starting at around levels 52-56, and is slightly more streamlined in its storyline than the alternative leveling path for these levels, which is Seratos over on the Dusken continent. The atmosphere in Eastern Holdings is also a little more, well, green as opposed to purple.
I won’t delve into storyline spoilers here, but I will say this much– if you’re looking for some of the ways RIFT’s developers have broadened their quest-making wings in Storm Legion, the final quest line in Eastern Holdings is a fantastic example. There’s even a bit of high jumping and investigation-style quests involved!
Keep reading to check out our huge map, complete with point of interest markings, Onslaught information, and more.
There are four porticulum points which are marked by the green circles on the map below and the green-bordered text. There’s even an introduction quest to find them all, which makes locating them fairly simple. Hub locations have blue-bordered text, and are locations that play major parts in story quests. Ursin Grove Bunker is the main quest hub in the zone, and is where you’ll find the Eternal City Survivors faction quartermaster. The hub also has a full set of crafting stations and trainers. Other points of interest on the map have black-bordered text.
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Eastern Holdings has three Onslaught areas that all have nearby daily questgivers. One’s located in Western Commons, which is directly east of Ursin Grove Bunker and Auroborus Woods. Another is in Avendrus Estate, which is in the very southeast region of the zone. The last is in Villa Orphela, which is just northeast of Avendrus Estate, following that same path.
Oh, and as a random tip, if you get a little lost when trying to find Fen Gorge Bunker like I did, hang the first right you see after you start climbing the rock-covered hill with spiders. The bunker’s entrance is kind of hidden, though if you look closely, you’ll see the doorway and a mailbox peeping out. If you go back to where the spider nests and hillside is, you’ve gone too far.