Opening doors[edit | edit source]
Firemaking in Dungeoneering allows players to burn the flammable debris on certain doors that cannot be unlocked with the coloured shapes found throughout the dungeons. The greatest level required to open a door is level 105. All doors in the main path are unlockable by at least one player in the team. Failure to burn the debris on doors will cause the clothes of the player who attempts to burn instead, dealing a large amount of damage. If this damage kills you, you will receive the 'Spontaneous Combustion" award at the end. You can use an Artisan's potion to provide a temporary boost.
Burning branches[edit | edit source]
Bonfires can also be made using branches (fires don't have a "use" option, but the left-click "craft" option on branches allow players to add them to a nearby fire), but higher level branches have an increased chance of failing, resulting in no logs lost nor damage dealt along with the message: "You burn your hand trying to tend the fire."
|Tangle gum branches||1||25|
|Seeping elm branches||10||44.5|
|Blood spindle branches||20||65.6|
|Thigat branches (m)||60||166|
|Corpsethorn branches (m)||70||195.1|
|Entgallow branches (m)||80||225.8|
|Grave creeper branches (m)||90||258.1|
(m) indicates members only
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