For information on the Everfall before the destruction of the Urban Quarter, see The Everfall (Pre-Dragon).
After the defeat of The Dragon Gran Soren's Urban Quarter is destroyed, and the Everfall opened out, creating a continuous tunnel drop to infinity; with the bottom of the chasm opening out onto the top, continually.
In its post-Dragon state the circular spiral path has been split, distorted and fragmented into separate ledges around the side of the chasm, which lead to a number of chambers containing various dangerous monsters. Initially all ledges will lead to the Chamber of Confusion, until the beast responsible for the distortion of space, an Evil Eye, is defeated.
- See List of Everfall Loot, detailing what items can be found in each chamber, as well as their chances of obtainment.
Post-Dragon Everfall monsters will drop Wakestone Shards and Wakestones, with bosses dropping at least two Wakestones. The possession of a set of Dragon's Tears (Drake's Tear, Wyvern's Tear, and Wyrm's Tear) increases the amount of victory loot obtained in the Everfall post-Dragon.
Almost all chests stationed within Everfall chambers may contain some of the rarest equipment in the game. The chances of obtaining the rare pieces is extremely low (between 7% and 2%). Most pieces of equipment are located to specific chests in specific chambers.
There are a number of full armor sets that require many, many clears of the Everfall to collect in full. The sets include Crimson Armor Set, Golden Lion Set, Grisly Armor Set, Royal Surcoat Set, Steel Armor Set, & Twilight Armor Set. Some pieces (but not all) of these sets can also be found in Bitterblack Isle.
In addition, both the Pawns turned vendors : Joye, in the Chamber of Remorse; Delec, in the Chamber of Estrangement; and Akim near the Pawn Guild entrance each offer some of same high level equipment for purchase.
- Fathom Deep - acquire 20 Wakestones
- Grave Danger - slay a Lich
- (Dark Arisen) By Royal Decree III - slay the 2 Firedrakes in the Chamber of Fate
- The post-Dragon Everfall can be entered from either the lower entrance of the Pawn Guild or by jumping into the gaping hole in town center of Gran Soren.
- Boss monsters (such as Dragons, Cockatrices, Archydras and Evil Eyes) and chests within the Everfall will re-spawn every three (in-game) days.
- Use the grapple button (usually right trigger) to grab onto the ledge as it approaches, preventing fall damage when timed correctly.
- Fall damage in the post-Dragon Everfall is not the same as in the rest of Gransys. Face-planting onto ledges will only inflict 200 HP of (fixed) damage, regardless of the distance of the fall. Disregarding one's health in this manner to absorb minor injury will preclude the 9 second cutscene of the Arisen grabbing onto and climbing up the ledge platform. Pressing start will also skip the cutscene.
- Due the high drop rate of Wakestone Shards and Wakestones in the Everfall, farming and selling them is a good way to make quick money, as each complete Wakestone sells for 30,000 gold (without the Sorcerer's Augment, Suasion).
- Some rare Everfall loot may be more easily found in Bitterblack Island chests with considerably higher drop rates or as cursed (unpurified) Bitterblack items. For example, most Everfall weapons may be obtained by purifying a cursed Bitterblack Weapon Lv.1.
- Spellcasters can use Frigor to cross to other nearby or opposite chambers - cast Frigor, jump to summoned ice block, and repeat until the other side is reached, using the ice blocks as stepping stones.
Pawn Status Travel Knowledge
- Travel knowledge is granted Post-Game when traversing the landing near the top of the Everfall near the pawn guild entrance.
- The Everfall has General Area knowledge granted from near complete exploration of its Post-Game chambers and several jumps into the hole from the Urban Quarter, where the fountain used to be.
- Consequently, knowledge will be granted in different places for different people, and can even be granted mid-freefall.
Architecture and Maps
- This list of chambers is ordered from top to bottom in the Everfall shaft, starting from the entrance to the Everfall via the Pawn Guild.
|Floor||Chamber||Side and minor rooms||Main chamber|
Exit to Pawn Guild
and the former Flameservant's Throne
|2||Chamber of Anxiety||
Wight, summons :
|3||Chamber of Absence|
|4||Chamber of Hesitation||Saurian Sages (x10)|
|5||Chamber of Apprehension||
|6||Chamber of Remorse||
|7||Chamber of Tragedy|
|8||Chamber of Lament||
|9||Chamber of Fate||
|10||Chamber of Distress||Wyrm|
|11||Chamber of Estrangement||
|12||Chamber of Woe||
Lich, summons :
|13||Chamber of Sorrow||Evil Eye|
|14||Chamber of Resolution||Cockatrice|
|15||Chamber of Inspiration|
|16||Chamber of Hope||Gorechimera|
- Purely for laughs, the citizens of Gran Soren may be grabbed and thrown into the Everfall with minimal consequences. Tossing Arsmith and Montebank into the Everfall in this manner, however, will temporarily deprive the party of their services (until they re-spawn 7 in-game days later).
- The fifteen chambers of the Everfall are named after reactions or states of mind which can be caused by loss, in what is a plausible order of their coming.
- Chamber of Hope, being the last, may be a reference to saying "Hope dies last".
- Dragon's Dogma World and Lore, history and lore overview