Muznakans are one of the first mysterious items players find when they explore the ancient kingdom of Khazad-dum in **LOTR: Return to Moria**. A Muznakan is essentially an altar that contains several small statues. These statues represent the ancestral Dwarves that once roamed the hallways of Moria.
Each region in Moria typically has its own specific type of Muznakan. As players explore new areas in **Return to Moria**, they can find several more Muznakans. Unfortunately, these altars are missing a few carvings and need to be restored before they can be interacted with. This guide can help players find the missing Muznakan Carvings so that they can efficiently restore Muznakans in **Return to Moria**.
Where to Find Muznakan Carvings
All worlds in **Return to Moria** are procedurally generated, which means that each player will have a unique experience. As such, the exact locations of the Muznakan Carvings will vary for different players. Muznakan carvings can be found inside ruined Dwarven houses, inns, old forges, and structures.
Since the carvings are pretty small, they’re very easy to miss, so players should thoroughly search any new area they enter if they hope to find one. Muznakan Carvings can appear anywhere in the room – hidden behind broken furniture or statues or under a pile of rubble. Sometimes, these carvings can be found inside Orkish chests, which are located in Orc camps. Players can open these chests to find not only the carvings but also valuable loot such as Black Diamonds and Metal Ingots.
Procedurally generated worlds have unique Muznakan Carvings locations.
Search thoroughly in new areas for Muznakan Carvings.
By interacting with the Muznakan itself, players can see how many more missing Muznakan Carvings they need to find.
Unfortunately, Muznakan Carvings are a finite resource in **Return to Moria**, which means that they will not regenerate in rooms the player has already explored. However, players can simply create a new in-game world and use their character to explore it thoroughly. This can enable them to find the missing carvings, which players can take back to their main world for use.
How to Use Muznakan Carvings
Once players have collected all the Muznakan Carvings for an area, they can place them at the corresponding Muznakan altar. By inserting all the missing statues into the altar, players can open it up.
Muznakans essentially act like regular chests but contain valuable treasures, including gold coins, ingots, gemstones, and plenty of crafting recipes, namely “Craft Plans.” These crafting recipes can help players craft new weapons, tools, and armor for their Dwarf.
Overview on Muznakan Carvings
As you explore the ancient kingdom of **Khazad-dum**, you will come across **Muznakan Carvings** in various locations such as ruined Dwarven houses and old forges. These carvings are crucial to restoring Muznakans, which contain valuable treasures and crafting recipes to help players in **Return to Moria**.
Remember, the carvings are small and may be easily missed, so be thorough in your search. Keep in mind that the procedural generation of worlds ensures that each player will have a unique experience when locating Muznakan Carvings.
Using Muznakan Carvings for Treasure
After collecting all the Muznakan Carvings for an area, place them into the corresponding Muznakan altar. In return, you will access valuable treasures, such as gold coins, ingots, gemstones, and crafting recipes that can aid in the creation of weapons, tools, and armor for your Dwarf.
Conclusion on Muznakan Carvings
If you’re aiming to maximize your gameplay in **Return to Moria**, efficiently restoring Muznakans by finding the missing carvings is crucial. By using these carvings, you’ll unlock treasures and recipes that will enhance your character’s progress and provide an edge in the game.
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