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Harbinger Map (Mid Tier) (War for the Atlas)

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Harbinger MapMap Level: 77
Map Tier: 10
Travel to this Map by using it in the Templar Laboratory or a personal Map Device. Maps can only be used once.
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Acquisition
Level: 77
Sell Price
1x Scroll Fragment
Miscellaneous
Item class: Maps
Metadata ID: Metadata/Items/Maps/MapWorldsHarbingerMid
The Beachhead
Map area, Unique Map area
No Waypoint
IdMapWorldsHarbingerMid
Act11
Area level77
Area type tagsbeach, mountain
Tagsmap, no_leaguestone
Maps loading screen.png

Harbinger Map (Mid Tier) (War for the Atlas) is a map area.

Layout

Encounters

Boss

Boss video

Items found in this area

ItemLvl.
The GamblerThe Gambler5Divination Card"I don't believe in karma. If it were real, I would never win."1
The Encroaching DarknessThe Encroaching Darkness8Map
Corrupted
No matter where your dreams take you, Nightmare follows close behind.
1
The TrialThe Trial7Map
Map Tier: 15
Corrupted
You cannot journey to new lands until you have the courage to leave the safety of home.
1

Item acquisition
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Unique versions

ItemLvl.
The BeachheadThe Beachhead
Harbinger Map
Map Level: 77
Map Tier: 10
Item Quantity: (+40%-+60%)
Item Rarity: (+40%-+60%)
Area contains 6 extra Harbingers
Corrupted
Travel to this Map by using it in the Templar Laboratory or a personal Map Device. Maps can only be used once.
1

Version history

Version Changes
3.1.0
  • Added 32 new maps including two new Unique maps.
  • The entire Atlas has been reworked. Many map names have changed, as have their balance, tier and position on the Atlas. Many maps have also had their boss fights swapped or completely reworked.
  • The rules used to generate monsters in endgame maps have been significantly reworked and rebalanced around the rate at which we expect players to reliably clear out the map. In general, narrow, linear maps will contain fewer total monsters than maps with complex layouts. We will be closely monitoring and adjusting the balance of this change and expect to make further changes and improvements over time.