Naturally, the suburb grew quickly and haphazardly, as the location of the port made it perfect for ships traveling across the Arterial Ocean. This continued for many years, and thrived under the fair but strict governance of Meluan, eventually earning herself an international reputation. This history, and the fact that foreigners could not pronounce the name in Neruvian dialect, led to the suburb being renamed as Meluan’s Gate.
But the story of Meluan Chord does not end there.
She took a Riven husband, also an alchemist but more importantly a businessman. He aided her in establishing the “New Town”, now referred to as Urbis Antiquitis. While this benefitted Nexus greatly, it did not bring greatness to the Riven households that funded it, and he failed to earn himself the elixir needed to extend his lifetime by another Chronicle.
When he died, Meluan Chord locked herself away in the tower for years and lived in complete isolation from society. Eventually, she threw herself off the edge of the cliffs, a tragic event that immortalized her name and the legend of Meluan’s Gate.
Rumors and superstition still surround her demise. The locals won’t go near the alchemical tower on the bluff where she died for fear of meeting her tortured spirit. And even the recent infestation of clockroaches, imps and other pests has not encouraged exterminators to address the issue.
Travel by railhauler from Meluan's Gate is available to all of the same destinations you can portal to via the World Map.
To use the Myth Hub you must first unlock the destinations by finding the Myth Dock in the instances. Thereafter, step on to any Myth Dock and use the controls (that replaced your HUD Map) to choose your destination.
|The Near Scraphills||11||20+|
|The Far Scraphills||21+|
|Rustwolf Den||22+||Alpha Rustwolf (20)|
|Harbor Archives 2||22+5|
|Harbor Archives 3||23+|
|The Upper Bilge||11||22+|
|The Central Bilge||23+|
|The Lower Bilge||24+|
|Sorvan's Rest||26+||Sorvan (26)|
|Tharik's Rest||26+||Tharik (26)|
|Kalinor's Rest||27+||Kalinor (27)|
Optionals become available only when you have completed the Main quest that involves that dungeon.