Nilgarf (previously Altdorf) is a tightly populated Vesterian city and serves as a player and market hub to Vesteria by housing many different merchants.


Note: Nilgarf cannot be accessed until Level 7 unless you respawn glitch onto a point that lets you bypass the barrier.

Nilgarf is a dense town, filled with houses, shops, and sprawling roads. The city is surrounded by tall, stone walls and has many different pathways that lead to various buildings.

Due to the protection that the outer walls provide, there are no hostile mobs in the city. Nilgarf is also a trading hub where people come to exchange items and mushcoins.

This is one of the locations where players can spend their Ethyr on Consumables and other useful items.



To the right of the main entrance is a patch of hay & chicken huts. The chickens who try to peacefully live there are regularly bullied by bored players, but on the rare occasion that a Giant Chicken spawns, everybody tries to find it, and murders it.

Night Club

The Night Club is an underground area only accessible during the night. It provides players the opportunity to PvP, without having to go through the burden of sending duel requests; it acts as The Colosseum of Nilgarf. To get there, walk past the path to the Great Crossroads. You will approach a house with an open door to your right. Entering the door leads you to the night club area. Beneath is a room with a fenced arena in the middle.


The Banks are located by traveling relatively straight after coming out of the Clearing’s portal. It is located near the Seaside Path’s Portal. At the Banks, you can interact with The Banktellers, a group of NPCs responsible for monitoring a player’s storage. The Banks are used to store excess items that the players cannot carry in their inventory, however, the storage also has a limit.

You can store 20 stacks of anything inside your bank. Buying items from vendors whilst having a full inventory automatically transfers the items into your bank. They are located in the Trade Building near the gate to Seaside Path in Nilgarf. You can use the bank to transfer items through different save files.

Upgrading your storage will be available in the future.

Statues of Fate

Located in the center in Nilgarf are the three statues of fate, representing Hunters, Warriors, and Mages respectively. When inspected, they provide information on how to join their faction, including where to go. You can find the paths leading to their respective bases here.

For to-be Hunters, they would have to venture to Admiral Hugo in Port Fidelio and talk to him in order to join his faction. Warriors would have to travel to Sir Tristain at the Warrior Stronghold and Mages will have to talk to Greybeard the Old at the Tree of Life.


Several useful and crucial characters reside in Nilgarf, and provide the following services:


Vincent is an older man that lives in a house under the red arches. He offers to reset and randomize the player's stats for 10 SilverCoin. There has recently been an update that has made him more useful as he shows your stats after they would be randomized and lets you decline when you see them, but he still takes your money. Vincent's stats almost always include one of either Strength, Vitality, Intelligence or Dexterity with 0 points once reset.

Barber Streisand

Barber Streisand runs a barbershop located on the outskirts of the city. For 50 SilverCoin, he offers the player to alter their appearance - skin tone and all. When you finalize a look but decline to make the deal, he'll pretend to accept the cancellation before calling you a loser. He also plays a role in the quest "Innkeeper's Son", which is initiated in Mushtown. He also now sells Color Dye.

Barber Streisand's name is a play on American singer Barbra Streisand.


The Banktellers run a bank located at the end of the road. The bank serves as item storage, allowing players to store unwanted items away until when needed. The player could also choose to expand their storage, although they will tell you this feature is coming soon. You can also tell them that you have found a dupe (duplication glitch) and will advise you to report it to the developers and you will receive an in-game cash prize.

Monsieur Fred

Monsieur Fred is a man clad in yellow hailing from France standing by a porch near the main entrance. If a player so happens to be an alpha tester, he'll reward them with an Alpha Gift. He also now sells Premium Items.


  • The Family Gem (Level 17): Bobby drops his priceless family heirloom down the well. To get it, the player needs to venture on down to the Nilgarf Sewers. Upon entering, The heirloom can be found in the locked cell accessible by venturing through the passageways from the batty cage. The heirloom's bright green color can be easily spotted.
  • The quest Innkeeper's Son, initiated in Mushtown after reaching Level 3, trails into Nilgarf. The quest can be concluded by locating Barber Streisand at his barbershop and have him fulfill his mother's wishes of writing her a letter after so long apart.


Wooden Chests

  1. Found on top of the bank. The chest is on the crane's platform, held by ropes.
  2. Found on the balcony of a tall building directly right of the main entrance, and gives 1 skill reset totem.
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