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Known Drops:
                    [Giant Magma Statue]
                    Race (MCT)Magical Creature (Magical Creature)
                    TypeQuest Mob
                    Class Knight Knight
                    Level80 Crown Elite aggressive
                    Mob Skills Ancient Flame (RW/Ggl), Ancient Trample (RW/Ggl)
                    Respawn 00:01:30 GDRT
                    LocationSyrbal Pass / Molten Veins, Altar of Souls

                    To find this mob in-game, use BACKSPACE to open the World Search window, then enter Farentel in the Search field and click "Search". Remember, the field is case-sensitive and must be entered exactly as shown.

                    A Word About Common Drops: Every mob in the game has a chance to drop Health Potions, Mana Potions, Ammunition, Runes and Festival Items, as well as a few rarer items such as Amulet of Light Amulet of Light. For this reason, we discourage listing them in the Known Drops section. See Common Drop Table for more information. Exception: All mobs always drop the same Production Rune and we will list it. Also see Syrbal Pass (Zone Loot Table) for more information about common drops in this zone.

                    Monster Compendium Card

                    This monster has a Monster Compendium card, Card - Farentel Card - Farentel, that can be earned by killing it and looting the corpse. You can right-click the card to copy it into your Monster Compendium.

                    Adding this card to your Monster Compendium will grant a permanent stat boost of +3 Wisdom so long as this card is in your Monster Compendium.

                    He appears in three spots. While the first one, the southern valley surround by non-aggro Zurhidon Occultists, says it has a MC Card, the version on the Altar of Souls does not. We are not sure why, and not sure where the third version actually is.

                    As a Quest Mob, although he looks VERY big and scary, he has a very, very small Aggro Ramge. Basically, unless you target him or catch him inside an AoE, he is unlikely to react. But why push your luck?