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Okeke is a town in the Merijool region, located south-southwest of the Merijool tower across a large lake.

Like most cities, it is heavily guarded by Runic Golems.

Spoiler: Location

Approximate Coordinates: -1561, 68, -495

Unique Merchants and Villagers

Okeke is home to a market where permanent merchants offer the following trades:

  • Cod Merchant
  • Exotic Fish Merchant
    • 1 Pufferfish for 1 Emerald
    • 1 Tropical Fish for 1 Emerald
    • 1 Emerald for 4 Pufferfish
    • 1 Emerald for 6 Tropical Fish
  • Sugar Merchant
    • 6 Sugar for 1 Emerald
    • 1 Emerald for 24 Sugar


Spoiler: Items & Coordinates
Coordinates Loot
-1575, 66, -482 3x Wheat
5x White Wool
-1570, 66, -479 5x Apple
3x Potato
2x Oak Sapling
-1575, 73, -471 1x Iron Pickaxe
9x Redstone Dust
-1575, 70, -471 1x Apple
4x Bread
6x Potato
6x Oak Sapling
-1569, 66, -473 4x Emerald
1x Gold Nugget
4x Bread
4x Potato
4x Apple
-1579, 66, -461 1x Iron Helmet
2x Iron Ingot
1x Bread
-1575, 66, -458 2x Lapis Lazuli
16x Iron Ingot
3x Gold Ingot
21x Iron Nugget
-1549, 70, -479 9x Bread
-1555, 66, -477 3x Bread
1x Empty Map
-1555, 68, -473 1x Book and Quill (Calendar of Drehmal)
-1553, 66, -473 1x Book and Quill (Moons of the Realm)
-1547, 70, -461 4x Apple
10x Bread
6x Potato
-1551, 66, -461 1x Emerald
1x Feather
4x Bread
4x Oak Sapling
-1553, 66, -459 3x Egg
3x Feather
4x Stick
-1559, 66, -438
-1559, 66, -437
2x Raw Mutton
2x Raw Porkchop
1x Wheat
-1564, 78, -439 1x Fishing Rod (Endless Catch)


A once dense jungle, Merijool, along with many other regions of the north, was forever changed by the frostfang catastrophe. Merijool is now a permanently autumnal forest featuring deep red leaves. The city of Okeke was severely affected by this change as much of what they offered as trade to build their economy was now unavailable to the people. The tribes of Merijool, a once powerful people able to defends against the fearsome warriors of the Casain Empire, now reduced to a small town in a land much different from what once was.