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Underwater caves are located randomly throughout your map, and are able to be entered by steering your sub into the Lair. Once inside you can disembark through the hatch located in your submarine. Undersea Lairs have multiple possible layouts. Inside you'll find a Boss who may yield great rewards!
Description[edit | edit source]
The Lair Guardian's Lair is a large abandoned cave turned into an workshop, which contains The Lair Guardian. Multiple schematics, tools and robot parts can be found scattered in its large, open interior, and multiple long metal chains hang from the ceiling, often holding gas lamps, constantly releasing a steady light that illuminates the Undersea Lair.
The Lair Guardian is a huge robot that guards the lair where it was created. Its origins are yet unknown.
Loot[edit | edit source]
The Loot that can be found in the Undersea Lair.
Upgrade Crates[edit | edit source]
Lootable Bodies[edit | edit source]
Lootable Bodies are the remains of deceased explorers and divers that met their ends inside the Caves and Lairs of The Living Infinite. Even after death, their skeletons are still holding tightly to the tools and weapons they possessed when they were alive, and whoever finds them can take it and put them to better use.
If the player is already carrying an item or has a Backpack and is carrying two, they will drop the one they are currently holding in their hands to pick up the Body's item.
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- In the Undersea Lair, there are multiple blueprints in the walls, which are the early concept art for the Lair Guardian.
- In some of the Undersea Lair layouts, there's a Portal Gun under some rubble, a reference to the Portal games.