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Rodoroc CityIcon.png
Rodoroc Entrance
Discovery Lore
The capital of the Dwarven dominated Molten Heights. Carved from the rocks by the power of the people, it stands as one of the strongest cities ever made.
Coordinates X: 1211, Z: -5190
Suggested Level 90
Standard Merchants
Armour Merchant Level 89 - 94
Weapon Merchant Level 89 - 94
Potion Merchant Level 80, 85, 90, 95
Other Merchants Emerald Merchant
Liquid Emerald Merchant
Scroll Merchant
Other Amenities Bank
Item Identifier
Powder Master
Quest Starts Dwarves and Doguns Part I
Involved Quests Dwarves and Doguns Part II, Dwarves and Doguns Part IV, A Hunter's Calling

Rodoroc is a city where many Dwarves dwell, and is located in the Lower Molten Heights. The city is the capital of Molten Heights. Rodoroc's "partner town" is Maex, also home to Dwarves of many kind. Rodoroc is ideal for many high level players because of the Dwarves and Doguns questline, grinding spots such as the Freezing Heights, and a popular loot run route.


In 100 AP, the Dwarves arrived in the Molten Heights from the Canyon of the Lost, having escaped the Villagers.[1] They found an abundance of ore and diamonds in the region, and started digging the valuable resources out. However, they soon started competing with the Doguns over the living space in the area, and eventually waged war against them, starting the Dogun War.[1]

During the war, the Dwarves massacred the Doguns, and the Dragons who sided with them,[1] chaining an Ice Drake and forcing it to freeze an entire Dogun town.[2] Only one dragon was able to survive through the war, while all the others were hunted down.[3]

Eventually, after 200 years, the Dwarves were able to defeat the Doguns after they stopped the Doguns from summoning the ancient fire demon Garaheth. The Dogun capital, Courag, was also destroyed.[4] After the end of the Dogun War, the Dwarves founded Rodoroc, a great citadel that serves as the capital of the Molten Heights even today.[1]


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Points of Interest


  • The Rodoroc Slum is located in the South part of Rodoroc.
  • The Marketplace is located to the West part of Rodoroc.
  • The Molten Core Prison is located to the North part of Rodoroc.
  • The city's Theater is located with the Marketplace and the Bank.

Quick Travel

There is a tunnel Southwest of the city that connects Rodoroc to Thanos. In the cavern to the Library of Flames, there is a small cave on the right that leads to Thanos. It is unlocked during the quest Dwarves and Doguns Part II

The Juggler also gives a one-way fast travel to Rodoroc, accessed by the Juggler's Tavern in Cinfras


Crafting Stations

  • A Woodworking Station is located next to the trade market.

  • A Jeweling Station is located next to the Woodworking Station.

  • A Tailoring Station is located behind the Blacksmith.

  • A Weaponsmithing Station is located across from the Jeweling Station.

  • An Armouring Station is located in the same hut as the Blacksmith.

  • A Scribing Station is located across from the Alchemism Station.

  • An Alchemism Station is located next to the Jeweling Station

  • A Cooking Station is located next to the Blacksmith.



  • Rodoroc is an anagram of the builder Corroded, who builds all the statues you see in the game.
  • Rodoroc was originally going to be called Kiriost, however this was changed right before its release.
  • Rodoroc is one of three dwarven cities, the other two being Maex and Thanos.
  • The city underwent several major changes before the Gavel update was released.
  • The are four giant statues in the middle of the city, which are monuments of honorable Dwarves of Rodoroc, and also represent the first four classes in the game.