Hadudbâb is one of three Moria Crafting Instances (CI).
- It is the site of two dungeons, Mekeb-faham and Mekeb-farak, containing lower Tier 6 (T6a) Scholar resources.
- The six associated quests are "dailies," i.e. they can each be completed once every 24 hours.
- Resource nodes which can be harvested inside may include:
- When you enter each CI, you'll get a message that says the instance will reset in so many days/hrs/min, which hapens twice a week. These timers have nothing to do with the quests, but everything to do with the resource nodes. The nodes only reset when the instances do, but you can still re-run the CIs the next day and complete the quests again, but the nodes won't be there whether you harvest them or not. So if you run the instances and don't harvest the nodes and then leave, when you return the next day the nodes will have de-spawned and you have to wait until it resets before they will appear again
A key to an Iron Garrison Resource Cache can be obtained upon completion of the quests by bartering the received as a quest reward.
Related quests that start or are found in this area include:
-  Mekeb-faham: Book End (repeatable)
-  Mekeb-faham: The Comfort of Words (repeatable)
-  Mekeb-faham: When Scholars Attack (repeatable)
-  Mekeb-farak: Closing the Books (repeatable)
-  Mekeb-farak: A Good Book (repeatable)
-  Mekeb-farak: Read and Ransack (repeatable)
|Settlements, Areas and Landmarks of Durin's Way|
|Settlements:||The Chamber of the Crossroads • The Door to the Clouds • The Tharâkh Bazân camp • Jazârgund • The Fanged Pit camp|
|Areas:||The Fanged Pit|
|Landmarks:||Buzun-ghâr • Dâr-rukh • The Door to the Clouds • Durin's Crossing • Fehem-dûm • Ghâr-khafush • The Glass-hall • Gloku-ru • Gríshurbhrum • Hadâd-dûm • Hadudbâb • The Hall of the High Stair • Jundulbâb • Jundul-dûm • Khulturg • Manarbul • Mekeb-faham • Mekeb-farak • Mokûrzmûl • Mudmulzarâk • The Mustering Hall • Ninknakh Faltor • The Peaceful Path • Salab Nurjundul • Skoiruzg • Sulnul-dûm • Tharâkh Bazân • Tith-maudhûl • Uflûmp-mur • Zabâd-dûm • Zarârgharâf • Zigilnâb • Zurr-thurkh|