Dawn Tower
Dawn Tower
Vital statistics
Element Light
Tower No. 11
No. of Floors 5
No. of Chains 4 (4 chains in the Dusk Tower also must be broken before Master fight)
No. of Chests 1
Rare Item Possibly spirit silver
Time Found  ???
Enemies  ???
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The Dawn Tower is the eleventh Tower, unlocked at the same time as the Dusk Tower after giving Elena the tenth Master flesh. The Dawn Tower and the Dusk Tower form the Blacklight Barbican, which guards the Centrum. The God of the Dawn Tower is the God of light.

The Dawn Tower and the Dusk Tower must be completed together. There are portals in each Tower which, when stepped into, will transport you to the corresponding portal in the other Tower. These portals will be the colour of the other Tower; the portals in the Dawn Tower are purple, for the Dusk Tower is the dark Tower. Some of these portals are not fully powered, and therefore neither of the pair can be used. Both portals must be active to use them. A portal can be activated by using a light stone on a light portal or a shade stone on a dark portal. On the other hand, if you wish to close a portal you can use the opposite stone on a portal; a Shade stone on a light portal, for example.

There is a kind of light ivy growing on the walls in this Tower, and in that glowing, yellow ivy can be found Light stones, which are required to complete the Blacklight Barbican.

There is an enemy unique to the Dawn Tower, which has a similar form in the Dusk Tower. It is (unofficially) called the Light Knight. This enemy is a light warrior which wields a hunting-boomerang time weapon. It hovers around, throwing its boomerang with great force. It will also use the boomerang if you get too close. A text in the game says that it, along with its dark counter-part, are the most dangerous enemies in the Blacklight Barbican.

The two Towers have very similar layouts, with the Chain rooms in the same places. However, while a Chain room may be accessible one way in one Tower, you may have to find a different way entirely to reach it in the other Tower. A bridge may be broken in one Tower while complete in the other.


See Masters of the Blacklight Barbican