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<wood type> Crag
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Creature Levels:
    Overall 34
    Level Variance -
    Natural Attack 34
    Weapon Attack 34
    Defense 34
    Player Estimated -
Potential overall skill: 140
Skill Cap 160 to 185
Skinnable No
Has Coins Yes
Has Gems Yes
Has Boxes Yes
Has Other Unknown
Uses Weapons Unknown
Alignment Cursed
Corporeal Yes
Construct No
Casts Spells No
Attack Range Melee
Stealthy No
Special Attacks Unknown
Special Defenses No
Body Type plant
Body Type (Alt) unknown
Body Size unknown
Premium-Only Unknown
Locksmithing Details
Skill Required Careful: ?
Teaching Cap ?


The birch crag appears to be a large withered tree, twisted into the vague tortured shape of a man. Two large foot-like roots hold it upright, while several massive networks of branches form its arms, ending in formidable claws. It glowers at you, sweeping its wooden claws through the air menacingly. This being would tower a few feet above even the tallest Gor Tog.

In Depth


The crags come in many different types of wood (yew, birch, sanrisi, ironwood, etc), but don't seem to be any different from each other.


When at melee with a crag a writhing root tendril can surface and begin attacking. If you retreat hide or kill the crag then tendril will burrow back underground. When you kill one tendril a new one will surface. The tendril carry no loot or weapons and can not be skinned.

A writhing root tendril bursts up from the ground behind you, lashing about violently!
A writhing root tendril wriggles rapidly back into the earth below.


Crags do not operate under standard spawning mechanics, instead it is a byproduct of a Glistening Scythewing Larvae metamorphosing into a Dusky Scythewing Moths. Once a Moth emerges from its cocoon, the tree it was attached to will turn into a Crag in 230 seconds.