Instruction manual

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The instruction manual, or Dwarf Multicannon Manual, is given to you after completing the Dwarf Cannon quest and gives you some information about how to set up and fire the cannon and of course the warranty.

It can also be found in the shelves in your Player-owned house and Multicannon parts for sale in the northwest part of the Dwarven Mines on Ice Mountain.

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Constructing the cannon

To construct the cannon, firstly set down the base of the cannon firmly onto the ground. Next add the Dwarf stand to the cannon base. Then add the Barrels. Lastly add the Furnace, which powers the cannon. You should now have a fully set up Multi Cannon, to splat nasty creatures!

Making ammo.

The ammo for the cannon is made from steel bars. Firstly you must heat up a steel bar in a furnace.

Now pour the molten steel into a cannon ammo mould. You should now have a ready to fire Multi cannon ball.

Firing the Cannon.

The cannon will only fire when monsters are available to target. If you are carrying enough ammo the cannon will fire up to 30 rounds before it runs out and stops. The cannon will automatically target non friendly creatures

Dwarf Cannon Warranty

If your cannon is stolen or has been lost, after or during being set up, the Dwarf engineer will replace the parts, however cannon parts that were given away or dropped will not be replaced for free. It is only possible to operate one cannon at a time.

By order of the members of the noble Dwarven Black Guard.

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Multicannon parts for saleIce Mountain workshop5Coins 5.png 10N/AP2P icon.png
Rasolo the Wandering MerchantSouth of Baxtorian Falls1Coins 5.png 20N/AP2P icon.png