This article is about the Zarosian Archaeology mystery achievement. For Nex collection log, see Prison Log
, and for the Raids feat, see Prison Riot
Prison Break is a mystery in which the player must discover how to unlock the doors leading into the prison block of the Kharid-et fortress. Solving the mystery completes the achievement of the same name.
- Gather the first two of the four custodian's log pages from excavation sites found around Kharid-et. You can gather the first two pages from the following excavation hotspots: legionary remains, castra debris, and administratum debris.
- Turn them in to Liam who can be found near the door. He will give you a Kharid-et prison dial, which you will use to fix the broken dial. These two pages can be in the bank instead of the inventory.
- The broken dial is on the right of the door; it is the third circle down and looks like it has something missing.
- Use the correct prison key order on the buttons to the left of the door: Shadow, Blood, Smoke, Ice (chat option 3, 1, 4, and 2). This is determined by the ascending order of sentence length and the first two letters of the Inmate IDs.
- If you did not gather all four custodian's log pages before opening the door, gather any remaining pages from excavation sites found around Kharid-et. All four pages are required to complete this mystery. (In addition to the spots above, remaining pages can also be found at the two new spots inside the prison: praesidio remains and carcerem debris.)
- The prison door leads to a level 47 area.
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- The player Wolverine316 was the first player who completed this mystery on 30 March 2020 which was shown in-game with the announcement: News: Wolverine316 is the first to solve the 'Prison Break' mystery!
- The examine text of the closed prison door reads: "Now, that's a big door." The opened pathway's examine text reads: "Now, that's an open door." This juxtaposes the usage of the word "now" from exclamative in the first sentence to adverbial in the second.