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- Raya-O-Senna explains that in order to withstand the fury of the great one while performing the Quieting, you must clad yourself in garb imbued with the powers of your forebear. Take the items of clothing she has given you and pray before three of A-Towa-Cant's resting places—In the Serpent's Tongue, the Tangle, and Raubahn's Push—that you might obtain the great mage's blessing.
- You have successfully received the blessing of A-Towa-Cant for the three pieces of garb entrusted to you. Return and speak with Raya-O-Senna.
- Raya-O-Senna would have you travel to yet another of A-Towa-Cant's resting places, near Proud Creek in the North Shroud.
- The grave by Proud Creek has been defiled and A-Towa-Cant's remains stolen, leaving you unable to obtain the great mage's blessing. Return the unenchanted gloves to Raya-O-Senna.
- Incensed upon hearing that A-Towa-Cant's grave has been robbed, Raya-O-Senna nevertheless sends you on the last leg of your pilgrimage. Travel to the Kobold Dig in outer La Noscea, where the great mage is said to have perished.
- The final piece of your mage's garb having been blessed, return to Raya-O-Senna.
- Raya-O-Senna explains her reasons for sending you on the pilgrimage. It was not merely for the purpose of enchanting your ritual garb, but because she wished for you to see with your own eyes the suffering of the realm, as A-Towa-Cant once did. Angered by the defilement of the great mage's resting place, she vows to find the culprit.