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  • Wired.F4
    Original poster 2 posts

    So this is incredibly minor, it doesn't affect gameplay or progression at all, but I thought I'd report it anyway...

    While filling in the ocean on my map, I found 4 floating doorframes above the sea. They may be missing from someplace else (my guess would be the the priory, but I haven't gone to look yet...
    Directly East of Flaneburg Priory / Rodestan Monolith are 3 floating door frames, almost half way between the land and the world's barrier...

    Three are rather easy to spot, and are all about where the player cursor is in the screenshot below, the fourth is further northeast, in the direction the player cursor is facing, closer to the world barrier and much higher up, but it comes with it's door!

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  • Wired.F4
    Original poster 2 posts

    Sorry for the double post, but I just found 2 more...

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  • Ubi-Swaggins
    Community Manager 430 posts

    Thanks for pointing these out.

    I have passed the information onto the team.

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