As you get into the area where the western King Haven’s Pass entrance is, you’ll notice a small bridge. It takes you to the mountain, where a single torch illuminates the door. This is where you should proceed through, if you want to enter King Haven’s Pass.
Some say Goblins originated in Summerset, and some say the High Elves brought them here to serve as menials and slaves. They no longer perform those functions, but freed or escaped, Goblin tribes still thrive in the island’s loneliest corners.
While inside King’s Haven Pass, you’ll that one large road leads into a dead end, in the central part. This is our goal. If you’ve entered the dungeon from the western entrance, all you need to do is follow the path on your left. It will take you down the river, over a small bridge, past the waterfall, through yet another door that leads to Coral-Splitter Caves.
King Haven’s Pass Entrance
Coral-Splitter Caves Entrance
Stuffed in a Barrel by Goblins in King Haven’s Pass
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