Empty Notorious Monster quests (ENM quests) are events that pit your skills against ferocious opponents in various battlefields. These can only be entered with a key item obtained by completing a quest given by a certain NPC.
ENM battlefields differ from regular battlefields in the following way :
An orb is not required to enter an ENM quest battlefield.
Characters succeeding in an ENM battle will be rewarded with large amounts of experience, as well as unique items.
These rewards will be forfeit in the below situations:
A character is currently KO’d.
A character is too far away from the armoury crate.
A character is currently not in the party/alliance of the person who opened the armoury crate.
In an ENM quest, experience points (or limit points) are obtained when the armoury crate is opened.
The amount of experience will be reduced if you bring more than the recommended number of members into the ENM. For example, if the recommended number of members is 6 and the reward is 3,000 exp each, then alliance of 12 only receives 1,500 exp each.
The EXP is divided based on the number of members. Total given to the group is 18,000exp. Bringing 7 members will give you ~2570exp, 10 will get you 1800exp, etc.
Also, it is only possible to gain one level per battle, with any excess experience points being cut just before the amount needed to gain a second level.
After undertaking a particular ENM quest and entering the battlefield, regardless of the success or failure of the battle, five Earth days must pass before you can get the key item to enter the same battlefield. So don't set aside time to climb Parradamo Tor unless it has been five days since your last Boneyard Gully ENM.
Check the amount of time remaining before you can get the key item by talking to the following NPCs: