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Feaster’s Lair and Yr Den: The Spinesnake, Misbegotten Amalgam, Owl vendor, and more Crimson Ichors

The Feaster’s Lair zone in Grime has a couple of missable secrets.

 

First, the Spinesnake is an enemy that only spawns during the Vulture boss fight. You’ll want to absorb it to unlock its trait.

Next, there’s the Misbegotten Amalgam, a missable boss that upgrades your pull action so it can also grab item crystals. It’s found to the left of the areas where you battled the Vulture and Jawcrab. Below the save point here (Feaster’s Lair – Acid Weeper), there’s a cavern with noxious fumes and insect-throwing mobs. At the bottom-left corner, you can do an air dash to reach the Misbegotten Amalgam’s chamber. Make sure you beat it before you progress further past the barrier in Carven Palace.

To the left of the Misbegotten Amalgam’s chamber, you’ll find a hidden passageway. You can use the self-pull/grapple ability to climb to the top (Yr Den zone). There’s an Yr Sword Warrior and Crimson Ichor for 2x Hunt Points.

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Last but not least, you can check out a spot in between the Misbegotten Amalgam and Jawcrab/Vulture areas. There are floors here with dust coming out of them (seen in the map image above). These can be destroyed by swinging the Bellow Mace or any weapon with a ground smash.

Eventually, you’ll find the Owl vendor who sells some high-end stuff. Its wares include a couple of Crimson Ichors, some Breathdew consumables, the Bonebird armor set, and the Bloodmetal Scythe weapon.

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Note: Grime is available via Steam. For more information, check out our guides and features hub.

Jason Rodriguez
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