Urwald Swamp (Valguero)

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Urwald Swamp
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The Urwald Swamp is a region in the Valguero DLC.

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  • "Urwald" is a german word commonly used for jungle or tropical rain forest. It directly translates to "ancient (ur) forest (wald)" and can be used to describe any ancient, uncultivated forest, with very large trees and plentiful fauna.
  • At the bottom of the water at the deep end of the swamp is a sunken tempe-like structure. Entering this structure leads to a path of stairs downward which open up into a hallway. In this hallway is a large statue of a T-Rex and a button on the wall that can be pressed. Pressing this button will cause the wall on the opposite end of the hall to move, revealing a hidden shrine-like structure. This ultimately seems to serve no purpose, however. It was most likely a scrapped concept from the original mod version of the Valguero map.

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