|Release date||30 March 2020 (Update)|
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Mephisto is an imp found in the Infernal Source. He is trapped in a binding spell after a teleportation spell during a game of 'Luncheons & Flagons' misfired. To free him, the player needs to solve a puzzle box. When freed, he hands the player an infernal dice (d4) and disappears.
Mephisto can be freed six more times afterwards for a total of seven. He'll be in a different spot each time, and will give the player a new dice each time he's freed which will stabilize the portals further. The last dice will be an infernal dice (d%) which stabilizes the portals so that they'll only fail 1/100 times.
Once the infernal dice (d%) has been received, Mephisto can be found in the north-eastern part of Vestibule of Futility.
Having a restored chaos star added to your toolbelt prevents the portals from misfiring 100% of the time, rendering the infernal dice obsolete and are thus only helpful to those below the level 68 Archaeology requirement.
Locations[edit | edit source]
Mephisto will be in a different location after each time you free him, in the following order:
|Vestibule of Futility (Top Ring)||Infernal dice (d4)|
|The Harrowing (2nd Ring)||Infernal dice (d6)|
|The Harrowing (2nd Ring)||Infernal dice (d8)|
|Dungeon of Disorder (Outside Source)
next to the portal to enter the Source.
|Infernal dice (d10)|
|Vestibule of Futility (Top Ring)
at the westernmost point of the north island.
|Infernal dice (d12)|
|Dagon Overlook (3rd/Last Ring)
in the North-West corner in between Aquarius and Capricorn.
|Infernal dice (d20)|
|The Harrowing (2nd Ring)
on the East side by the Materials Cart in between Taurus and Gemini.
|Infernal dice (d%)|
Achievement[edit | edit source]
- Die! Die! Die! ( 25) – Harness the power of the infernal d% die.[sic]
Gallery[edit | edit source]
Dialogue[edit | edit source]
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- Mephisto's name is likely derived from Mephistopheles, a demon in German folklore featured in the Faust legend.
- The game to which Mephisto refers, 'Luncheons & Flagons', and the relevant dialogue are a reference to the popular fantasy tabletop role-playing game Dungeons & Dragons. The different infernal dice also resemble the dice used in this game.