The Forbidden Land, Eureka Pyros
The Forbidden Land, Eureka Pyros is an instanced area that up to 144 players can explore simultaneously.
The elemental level cap has been increased to 50. Increasing your elemental level will unlock more of the story.
To enter Eureka Pyros, you must first complete the Eureka Pagos story.
Complete the quest And We Shall Call It Pyros
- Quest Starter Rodney in Kugane (X:8.5 Y:14.2)
- Players must first complete the story of Eureka Pagos.
Logos actions are a new type of duty action available in Eureka Pyros.
Logos actions require crystals known as logograms.
After obtaining unidentified logograms in Eureka Pyros, take them to Drake (X:15.7, Y:23.9) to have them appraised and converted into logograms.
Unidentified logograms are kept in your inventory, but appraised logograms are stored only in the logos manipulator.
With the logos manipulator, logograms can be combined to produce various logos actions.
Some logos actions can only be produced through specific combinations of logograms. Share information with your fellow players and discover more combinations.
Using Logos Actions
Logos actions are kept in the logos actions window and can be assigned as duty actions. Logos actions assigned as duty actions will be lost upon exiting Eureka.
Proceed through the Eureka Pyros story to improve the logos manipulator, which will allow two logos actions to be produced simultaneously.
By placing logograms in both the astral and umbral arrays of the logos manipulator, two logos actions can be produced at the same time. These will be kept in the logos actions window and can both be set as duty actions.
However, using four or more logograms will increase the rate of failure, which causes all logograms used to be lost. Therefore, you should weigh the risk against the potential reward before proceeding.
When two duty actions are set, the controls are as follows:
Duty Action 1
RT + Right Thumb-click (R2 + R3)
Duty Action 2
LT + Right Thumb-click (L2 + R3)
- If only one duty action is set, either of the above inputs will activate it, as per the default controls.
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After fully augmenting a Eureka Weapon in Pagos and proceeding to a certain point in the Pyros story, you will be able to augment your Eurekan weapon further by speaking to Gerolt in Pyros (X:15.3 Y:23.5).
Research into logos actions is required to augment Eurekan weapons.
Acquired logos actions will be recorded in the Logos Action Log, which can be viewed at any time by speaking to Drake. Eurekan weapons can be enhanced incrementally upon registration of 10, 20, 30, and 50 logos actions.
Pyros is also home to many a happy bunny. As a reward for saving them from imminent peril, happy bunnies will help you find hidden treasure on the island.
Players may encounter notorious monsters that cannot be found in other regions of Eureka. Those who would engage them are advised to seek aid from other adventurers.
Defeating notorious monsters yields a great deal of elemental EXP, as well as various rewards.
Eureka is teeming with mysterious creatures and phenomena. Intrepid adventurers will need to work together if they are to uncover those of its secrets not mentioned here.
The expedition's quest to reach the headquarters of the Students of Baldesion at the center of the isle continues, and to that end they have relocated to a new base camp to utilize an ancient proto-aetheryte. Yet as they venture further north into a network of caves hidden within the massive mountains, frozen tundra gives way to smoldering lava: Pyros, a new region replete with new wonders and new threats...