Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning Lorestone map guide


The Plains of Erathell lie east of Dalentarth and include the following areas: The Cradle of Summer, The Forsaken Plain, The Wolds, Tala-Rane, Galafor, and Kandria. 

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Detrye is the desert land that covers the southern portion of the Faelands. It includes the following areas: The Red Marches, Alserund, The Hollowlands, Menetyre, and Apotyre. 

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Klurikon is across the water on the eastern side of the Faelands. To reach it, you’ll need to progress the main questline until the opportunity arises. This area includes: Cursewood, The Midden, Drowned Forest, The Keening, and Caeled Coast. 

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Alabastra is south of Klurikon, and the home of the Tuatha. It includes the following areas: High Fulgen, Shadow Pass, Twilight Pass, and Amaura.


Bhaile is first accessed during the “Taking Vengeance” main quest, just before the game’s final battle. The entrance is inside the House of Vengeance. 


  • Shiney79 - March 29, 2013 5:39 a.m.

    It was a bit negligent of you to leave out the fact that you need the 5th rank in Detect Hidden in order to open the secret door in Gorguath that leads to the last lorestone. Why would you leave that out? Seems kind of important to me. I can imagine the poor plebs checking around the area for ages wondering why they can't find a secret door. Also, don't have your website navigate *away* from the page I'm already viewing when I put in my log in details. Jesus, what a cock up.
  • pr0tostar - February 9, 2012 2:57 p.m.

    Thanks! I love the lorestones. Some of them are just like "dude... wat?" But others have hilarious stories.
  • inkyspot - February 9, 2012 2:04 p.m.

    I am loving this game right now. My life is almost doing another Skyrim moment. Different game, but I am happy with the purchase... Next up ME3.
  • patbateman17 - February 10, 2012 6:39 a.m.

    I'm playing Dark Souls now and need something for when I don't want to play a semi-stressful, constantly-having-to-think-about-next-move game. Would you recommend Skyrim or KoA? Please don't say both haha :)

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