54-58 Wajaom Woodlands
* Treasures of Aht Urhgan required.
* Near East access required.
* Supports at least 3 parties.
* NM: Zoraal Ja's Pkuucha.
Primary: Lesser Colibri
* Not Aggro
* Not Linking
* Weak to Piercing weapons
* Very Strong against Wind
Getting to camp is just a short walk from Al Zahbi. In fact, assuming that higher level players aren't randomly soloing the Lesser Colibri, you could camp just a minute's walk away from Al Zahbi instead and fight Lesser Colibri with the occasional Tiger thrown in for good measure.
However, should you want to fight only Colibri, then there are at least two main camps I am aware of that are marked. One is right at the Ley Point, where you warp into with the Olduum Ring, which can support two parties, one at the Ley Point, and another just up the hill to the west. The other is along the passageway to the south, coming in from (G-9).
Lesser Colibri do not share the Reflect-esque trait that the higher level Colibris have. However, because of Snatch Morsel, your tank will have to be able to survive, and maintain hate without food. Should your tank lose hate, one of the melees might very well have their food taken away from them as well, or be subject to Feather Tickle, which reduces a target's TP to 0%.
The Lesser Colibris neither aggro, nor link, so feel free to kill with reckless abandon. They are also particularly weak to piercing weapons, and are in general very soft for something that cons as Incredibly Tough. Party setups resembling a TP-spam party can, in the event of no competition, stay here all the way up to Level 60 or so.
Unfortunately, getting to the camps would be very convenient if you could actually use your Olduum Rings to get there, but alas, the level requirement on the rings is Level 60. ; ;
One more thing to note if you're camping at (I-9): the Lesser Colibri there are placeholders for an NM Colibri, Zoraal Ja's Pkuucha. Fortunately, it is not aggressive, nor does it link with the other Lesser Colibri, so you can continue your xp party undisturbed.