|Dragon Quest IX (DS)|
|Mini medal||B2, Northeast room through the hidden tunnel|
|Battler's bracers||B2, Northeast room through the hidden tunnel|
|Recipe: "Cooking up the Coolest Kit"
Mirror Armour, Catoptric armour, Celestria's raiment
|Recipe: "Ultimate Alchemy"
Sage's stone, Gold bar, Agate of evolution, Malicite
|Agility ring||B6, Southeast corner|
Monsters in this Area
|Dragon Quest IX (DS)|
|#170 Abyss diver||92 G||2700|| Dragon scale
|#179 Boss troll||98 G||2400|| Oaken club
|#181 Fright knight||180 G||2180|| Sword breaker
|#182 Wight king||165 G||1680|| Preistess's pinafore
Seed of thereapeusis
|#183 Claws||187 G||1980|| Sacred claws
|#184 Aggrosculpture||132 G||2280|| Gold ring
|#185 Mandrake marshal||140 G||2200|| Dragon scale
|#186 Bad karmour||132 G||2280|| Iron ore
|#187 Wyrtoise||188 G||2500|| Tortoiseshell
|#188 King crab||146 G||2800|| Sleeping hibiscus
Poison moth knife
|#205 Mimic||315 G||4120|| Mini medal
|#187 - Wyrtoise|
|Note: Might send back spells with Bounce and push back attacks with Pincushion.
|#205 - Mimic|
|Exp||Gold||Drop|| Mini medal|
|Note: Reward with high experience and coins. Has high attack and defense, weakness is instant death attacks.
|#276 - Corvus|
|Description: One-time Guardian of Wormwood Creek. His tragic fate drove him to renounce his faith in gods, mortals and Celestrians alike. Met Serena in Wormwood Creek three centuries ago. Tried to protect the mortals, but was entrapped by the Empire.
|Oubliette - B6|
Other notable attributes
- The name "oubliette" is French for "forgotten place". This is a reference to Corvus being held there for a very long amount of time.
- The name "oubliette" is appropriate to this particular dungeon, given that it is indeed accessible only by a trap door at its topmost level.
- Each floor of the Oubliette has a pit except for the level on which Corvus is located. Since it was Corvus who attacked Zenus from his underground prison, it can be expected that the pits were caused by Corvus' attack. Similar pits can also be seen in The Gittingham Castle.
- Oubliette could be a pun on obliterate, or to wipe something out, as the area sounding area has been left utterly destroyed.
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