Bandits of Greed were a feature exclusive to certain Archdaeva instances. Randomly, players may spot Gurriki (frog-like) mobs in certain spots. They are passive, and will run away once engaged. By defeating them, each group member gets to loot their body; a bundle, which will be opened automatically once picked up. There is a wide variety of rewards from these.
The presence of these bandits is determined when the group enters the instance. These frog-like mobs are passive, and will attempt to flee when attacked. They cannot be put into altered states, and attacks will only deal 1 damage point per attack. If they manage to run away, they will despawn completely.
There is also a hidden time limit to find them and kill them, as, if left for too long, they will begin running away automatically and despawn as well. They will also begin to run away if a party member has it targeted for a certain amount of time. Due to the randomness of the instance, the ones in Archives of Eternity have a longer time before this happens than the others.
Their corpses can be looted by each group member, dropping a single bundle for each player. Upon looting it, the bundle will be automatically opened, placing the reward in the player's inventory.
Spawn Locations Edit
The instances this event may happen include Adma's Fall, Theobomos Test Chamber, Drakenseer's Lair, Fallen Poeta, Archives of Eternity and Cradle of Eternity. Bandits will always spawn in the same spots each time.
There are four bandits, each with different rewards. offers varying amounts of kinah. will focus on appearance items, Abyss medals and AP. rewards gear. Finally, will drop gear enhancing items.
- Their "Gurr" names is a short version of Gurriki.
- An event Gurriki also appeared during the Return of Tiamaranta's Eye event, where it would sometimes spawn in the Outer Rings and offer loot on par with an event Fabled chest.