The Great Crossroads is a major Location in Vesteria, acting like as fork in the road for many other major Locations in the game. This includes the Faction Bases and Nilgarf, the central trading hub in Vesteria.
Located after the wheat farm section, players can discern this location by a windmill near the inn. Inside, players can talk to NPC Albert Figgleglasses, to initiate the Business Trip quest. Continuing past the Inn leads to a fork with 3 paths, each of which leads to one of the faction bases.
- Feed Old Sally (Level 13): Farmer Sam's horse Sally is starving and asks the player if they can gather 50 Hay for her. (This quest is now located in Nilgarf)
- At the foot of the bridge heading to Nilgarf, there is a chest that can be reached past Atticus.
- Further up the bridge to Nilgarf, there is a broken bridge leading to a tower that contains the chest. Jump on the remaining wooden planks to reach it.
- By the side of the Nilgarf guard tower, there is a stream with a pathway dug under it. Head under there and maneuver through the caverns to reach the chest. This chest contains a modified Oak Axe called "Melvin's Axe" and a note is left by the chest. *Add more details to location.
- On a windmill that is situated next to a broken stone arch, a chest can be found on the roof. This windmill can be found by the three main portals of the area leading to the faction bases.
- This location is the result of the merging of two maps, The Clearing, and Farmlands, in Beta-1.6.
- The bridge to Nilgarf, the portal to Mushroom Grotto, the Mushroom Forest gate, and the music is what carried over from The Clearing.
- The overall map structure, including the windmills, huts, and hay farms, was carried over from the Farmlands. Two quests from Farmlands carried over as well. The former Seaside Path portal was replaced with Mushroom Forest's.
- This location is also the area with the highest amount of branching pathways (having 7 of them).
- The Statues of Fate were originally in this location, however, have instead been moved to Nilgarf.