Basic Information Edit
Tolbrynd Island is the second island in the Besiege campaign. It was added in the v0.08 minor update and contains 18 playable zones.
The story begins after the siege of Ipsilon in some sort of greeting from Duke Aras with carts of gold and Knights parading with songs.
16 Duke's Plea Edit
It's the first level to allow an alternative way to destroy the castle.
This is the level that contain birds that are required to be slaughtered.
The first aerial stage to start at a high altitude. Forces the player to learn how to build a flying machine.
This level introduce the new enemies named the Duke's Prototype that can explode and damage the player's machines.
A level that contains four flying freighters that need to be destroyed.
The largest monument in Tolbrynd, contains a massive amount of cultists doing a ritual. Requires the player to steal a large crystal.
The first harvesting stage where player has to destroy as many crops as they can. Gives the first introduction to destructive melee units, the Farmer Gascoignes.
An advanced destruction stage that contain many resident structures, most of which have to be destroyed.
A very dangerous and hostile zone that contains a large number of Halberdiers that are very similar to the hostile farmers in the Farmer Gascoigne area.
The second monument challenge that contains tornado hazards that can launch the player machines up high, which can damage your machine.
A minimalist stage with no hints on what to do, allowing the player to experiment with the puzzle
A delivery stage where player is required to drop poison jars into the well that is located in the centre of the stage.
28 Surrounded Edit
As the name says the player is being surrounded by a bunch of shrapnel cannons, which can easily destroy your machine, if unprotected.
29 Sacred Flame Edit
The stage is similar to the other monument challenge, but this time the player is required to extinguish a brazier located on top of the monument.
This stage contain a giant sword that is required to be stolen by the player. The sword is known to contain a magical power.
This stage contains a large metal box with a large book inside of it, the player must open the box and steal the book inside of it.
The stage has a large box mechanism containing a large bluish white diamond inside possibly called The Venerated Heart surrounded by Priests, the player must open the box by activating two pressure plates and stealing the diamond.
As the name says the player is in a field covered with a lot of shards including The Great Shard, which is a large floating electrical shard that the player must steal.
34 Aras' Refuge Edit
The final level of Tolbrynd, The player must destroy a clock tower on a large floating island chained to the ground with multiple large chains surrounded by many defenses and freighters and all whats left with Duke Aras' Army which consists of the garrison and a bunch of Halberdiers. It is unknown if Duke Aras dies when the player destroys the tower.
Easter Eggs Edit
- The 5th stage, named Duke's Dear Freighter, is a name play reference of a Dark Souls II boss: Duke's Dear Freja.
- The 6th stage is named Farmer Gascoigne is yet another name play reference of a Bloodborne boss: Father Gascoigne
- The 7th stage contains a reference to the Legend Of Zelda series, where the pots may sometimes drop a gem (rupee), which is the primary currency throughout the series.
- The 14th and 15th stage continuously contain a blue flame and a magical sword. There happens to be a magical sword in Dark Souls II called Blue Flame
- The 15th stage contains a crescent moon that can actually be bumped to, since it's actually a flat sprite.