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|“||One shack stood apart from the rest of the village. Once the water was drained and the area beneath the base was revealed, the true horror of the swamp's cage was discovered. It was here that the prisoners, if that's what we should call them, were brought. Held in the water, their bodies bloating horrendously, they were plucked, one by one for the family's needs. The stilts that kept the building upright acted as the only bars that awful jail needed.||„|
|~ Unknown (Potentially Benedict Baker)|
Grim Pantry is one of two Maps for the Backwater Swamp Realm.
Landmarks[edit | edit source]
Main Structures[edit | edit source]
The Pantry and the Cursed Cabin are the main landmarks on Grim Pantry.
Contents[edit | edit source]
Both the Pantry and the Cursed Cabin contain a Generator on their upper floors.
- Repairing them will open a floodgate on the outside of the respective building, granting easier access to the lower floors.
Both the Pantry and the Cursed Cabin contain a Chest on the upper/lower floor.
The Pantry contains 6 Lockers : 2 on the upper floor, 4 on the lower floor.
The Cursed Cabin contains 2 Lockers on the upper floor.
Both the Pantry and the Cursed Cabin contain 2 Pallets .
The Cursed Cabin contains a Hook .
The Cursed Cabin contains a Window and a Doorway.
Layout[edit | edit source]
The Pantry is a large, rather open two-story building, containing lots of cages and skeletons of the prisoners kept in there.
It is accessible by several staircases.
The Cursed Cabin is medium-sized two-story building. It's main access is a staircase on the side of it until someone repairs the Generator inside it.
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- The map used to be called "Dead Lake".
- The map was leaked a couple of weeks prior to its release when a data miner showcased the unfinished version of the map, still called "Dead Lake".
Gallery[edit | edit source]