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Nov 26, 2018
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    Somnia is a swamp island town surrounded by the sea with an industrialist style to it. The island is covered by a small roofed forest, soul sand, leaves and some ponds. There are also some big brown mushrooms of similiar style to those found at Exolesco. It is visited for its possibility of iron armor. It is West of Carnival and Northeast of Kaocho and it is one of four towns in the swamp. Somnia often has an extremely small population and variety of loot. There is a church with health potions, the regular houses contain crafting tables, the dinner contains brewing stands on the second floor and a clock tower in the North of the town with iron equipment and bows.

    General Info
    Coordinates (-2830, -260)
    Area Type Swamp Town
    Number of Buildings 11
    Zombie Threat Medium
    Number of Chests 22
    Lootable Graves None

    General Resources
    Water Refill
    Crafting Table
    Farm 2 Melons
    Brewing Stand
    Civilian Loot
    Common Chests 6
    Uncommon Chests X
    Food Loot
    Common Chests X
    Uncommon Chests 7
    Rare Chests X
    Potion Loot
    Common Chests 2
    Uncommon Chests X
    Rare Chests X
    Tool Loot
    Common Chests X
    Uncommon Chests X
    Military Loot
    Common Chests 1
    Uncommon Chests 1
    Rare Chests 3
    Epic Chests X
    Mythic Chests X
    Room Loot
    Common Chests X
    Uncommon Chests X
    Rare Chests X

    Loot Chests(top)

    Note: List goes from North to South.
    • Clock Tower
      • Ground Floor
        • 1 mil_common
      • First Floor
        • 1 mil_uncommon
      • Second Floor
        • 2 mil_rare
      • Top Floor
        • 1 mil_rare
      • Roof
        • 2 mil_rare
    • Church
      • 2 pots_common
    • Red and White Stalls
      • 2 food_uncommon
    • Partially Ruined House
      • 1 civ_common
    • House with Melon Stash
      • 2 civ_common
    • House
      • 1 food_uncommon
    • SaigyouAyakashi's Delicious Dinners
      • 2 civ_common
      • 1 food_uncommon
    • House with Red and Yellow Stall
      • 1 civ_common
    • The Greasy Gear
      • 3 food_uncommon

    Travel Advisory/Warnings(top)

    • All of the regular houses contain crafting tables. This excludes the bar, dinner, clock tower and church.
    • There's a lot of soul sand in the island. Be mindful of this as to not get slowed down when running away from zombies/players.
    • You can't start climbing the clock tower from the bottom, as there are no stairs. Instead, you have to head West, where some parts of the clock tower fell off. Jump on it and onto the trees and find a small, open gap in the glass. Climb in and you'll be inside the clock tower.
      • Careful when climbing the clock tower as it requires multiple jumps of varying difficulty.
      • There is no water on the clock tower . Keep an eye on your thirst level as you can't just jump from the clock tower and into the water. You have to make your way back down and probably lose a few hearts.
      • If you're having trouble finding a way up you might wanna check this video. Note that this video shows one of the few ways on how to climb the clock tower. Always be on the lookout for easier jumps!
    • It may be easier to just loot the 2 mil_rare chests halfway up the clock tower, as getting all the way to the top is dangerous and time-consuming.
    • To get to the melons in the small stash, you must come from the North of the house they're located close to and look for a small gap in the leaves. You can also jump down from above the trees by climbing on top of the tree stump nearby. To get out of this area just look for another gap.


    • The name Somnia is Latin for "Dream". This probably relates to the fact that there is a giant clock tower in the town, and also one of the few location to have one; this one being the biggest.
    • There's a sign inside The Greasy Gear that reads: "Free drinks to those who turn the Iron Knob.". It is uncertain what the Iron Knob is.
    • The mechanism of the clock tower seems to go underground as well. A small doorway can be seen underneath the gears of the ground floor.
    • There is what seems to be a valve with an iron pipe on the top floor. The iron pipe is presumably connected to a wooden faucet below, on the ground floor. This is a reference to Auraeus, another steam/industrialist-themed town that was added for Christmas and kept with a few tweaks but it was later removed due to it being very different in style from other locations and its strange difficulty and mechanics overall.
      • The rebuild was also made by the same builder, PineFrost64.
    • Somnia received a rebuild in July 25th. The most important change was probably the clock tower and loot. The clock tower was made bigger, the parkour was slightly harder due to the lack of vines and water pipes, and the food chests were buffed along with the military loot. The water pipes were removed as the clock tower and the whole town took a more steam-powered turn.
      • The old build was a submission by Evil-Etho.
    • The old build's clock Tower was actually an altered version of a Steampunk Clock Tower. Most of the gold/iron sections were changed to wood/cobblestone, a water-powered-like system was added while also adding a few more sections and ruining it a bit plus the addition of several vines.

    Miscellaneous Images(top)

    The steam valve.
    Old Render of Somnia.
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