Omelette de Colère Recipe

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Omelette de Colère Recipe

Item Book
Type Untradable
Obtain Choosing Kale as your chef in Recipe for Disaster
Trading with the Recipe Merchant
Usage Completing Recipe for Disaster

The Omelette de Colère Recipe is an item obtained from Kale if the player chooses to cook with him in the quest Recipe for Disaster. The recipe has three ingredients, which are fairly simple to obtain.

Ingredients[edit | edit source]


Blue-Ring Grook Egg
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 X   626  Y   43  Z   -4645  Wynncraft Map 

The Blue-Ring Grook Egg is located in a cave not too far from Kandon-Beda in the Sky Islands. To get to the island, exit Ahmsord through the west side. Keep following the path until you reach a bridge with torches on the side. From there, go right, and jump down to the island below. Follow the path through a large cave-like passage and, once you exit, turn to your left. The egg will be available in the cave as a dropped item, and you will need to escape with it.


Snail Slime
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 X   1003  Y   139  Z   -4853  Wynncraft Map 

The Snail Slime is located inside a building on the Snail Island in the Sky Islands. To get to the island, exit Ahmsord through the northern bridge. Keep going until you reach another bridge with big torches on its side. You should be inside an island. Go up, you will see some hostile Sky Snails. Go to the left, follow the path and you should see a ladder leading into the building containing the Snail Slime. You will need to race a snail to get the item.


Talking Mushroom
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 X   1100  Y   124  Z   -4869  Wynncraft Map 

The Talking Mushroom is located on a swamp island in the Sky Islands. To get there, follow the directions provided in the Snail Slime section but instead of turning left at the Sky Snails, turn directly right onto a small bridge. Follow the path until you reach the swamp island.

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Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • The word "colère" means "anger" in French. So when fully translated, the recipe's name is "Omelette of Anger", which might explain why Chef Hamsey didn't like his dish as much.