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Abb Neagh

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An overview of Abb Neagh.

Description and Geography

Map of Abb Neagh.

A region that connects Dunbarton and Taillteann.

A byway of Rabbie Dungeon leads to Abb Neagh, a picturesque scenery of wildflowers surrounding a beautiful lake where you can leisurely enjoy fishing. You can also reach Taillteann from Abb Neagh.[1]

Abb Neagh is a passageway between Dunbarton and Taillteann. It is well-known for its lake in the center of the map, which is a famous fishing spot. However, within Lake Neagh lies an infamous, powerful monster by the name of Neid, who presumably kills and/or drowns fishermen patrolling its lake.


Areas of Interest


Resource Obtained From Location
Berry.png Berry
Branches.png Branches
Tree Hitting Any tree
Firewood.png Firewood (Tree) (Gathering Axe equipped) from Trees Any tree
Resource Obtained From Location
Large Nail.png Large Nail
Small Gem.png Small Gem
Small Green Gem.png Small Blue Gem.png Small Red Gem.png Colored Small Gems
Hitting man-made objects Signs along the path

Fishing List



  • None



Areas Connected


Track Title
Riding the Rainbow Winds


  • The simmering cauldron in the Bard camp does not count as a source of fire for Cooking.
  • Abb Neagh is a combination of the word abha (meaning river) and the word neagh (from nEachach, meaning of Eachaidh's).
    • Eachaidh and Eochaid are versions of an Irish name, which was derived from each (meaning horse).
      • Many kings had the name Eachaidh or a variant of it, although one prominent one was Eochaid Ollathair (also known as the Dagda).
    • While there is a real-world Loch nEathach in Ireland, none of its rivers are named Neagh.
      • In contrast, Scotland's Loch Ness does have a river named Ness.
      • Neid is based off of the Loch Ness Monster, which was first reported in the River Ness.