From Gamer Escape's FFXIV Wiki, the free Final Fantasy XIV encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search

The Dark Divinity

Sidequest1 Icon.png Lv. 46   The Dark Divinity
Quest
Rewardsicon.png Rewards
XP
Expicon.png12,925
Optional Items
Mega-Potion of Strength Icon.png x3 Mega-Potion of Dexterity Icon.png x3 Mega-Potion of Vitality Icon.png x3 Mega-Potion of Intelligence Icon.png x3 Mega-Potion of Mind Icon.png x3 
Informationicon.png Description
Bowlord Lewin would seek the counsel of others.
Objectivesicon.png Objectives
  • Speak with O-App-Pesi in Quarrymill
  • Inspect Urth's Seal and use cleansing water to defeat evil spirits.
  • Obtain the sundered binding stone from Urth's Seal.
  • Deliver the sundered binding stone to O-App-Pesi.
  • Report to Simmie.
Issuing NPC: Lewin
Seat of the First Bow  (3-3)
Type: Sidequest
Unlocks: All You Wanted to Know about Odin
Requirements
Quest: Who Was That Man in Black
Required Items
40px Sundered Binding Stone Icon.png
NPCs Involved: O-App-PesiSimmie
Mobs Involved: The Last of the Allagan
Items Involved: Water of CleansingSundered Binding Stone
Journal
Divider3.png
  • Bowlord Lewin suspects that the dark horseman is none other than Odin, the Dark Divinity, as told in the ancient scriptures. Travel to Quarrymill and seek counsel from O-App-Pesi.
  • According to O-App-Pesi, the Dark Divinity slumbers within Urth's Fount, where a great Allagan hero confined him in a gaol of crystal. Inspect Urth's Seal to see that the crystal fetters still hold. The cleansing water provided to you should avail you if any malicious spirits take issue with your presence.
  • The wayward soul of the Allagan hero that assailed you has been delivered to eternal rest. You are free to examine Urth's Seal more closely.
  • You have obtained what appears to be the remnants of the crystal that once enfettered the Dark Divinity. Deliver your findings to O-App-Pesi.
  • There can be no more doubt. O-App-Pesi's worst fears have been realized-- Odin rides again. Share your findings with Simmie.
  • Simmie thanks you for your aid, and says she will immediately incorporate your findings into the report she is drafting for her superiors.
Dialogue
Divider3.png

Lewin: A ghostly knight atop his baleful steed... It is as I feared─the rumors bear a most inauspicious resemblance to the references in ancient scripture describing Odin, the Dark Divinity. It is my suspicion that the dark horseman of rumor is indeed Odin, and furthermore, that this malevolent presence is a primal. And yet before the Gods' Quiver takes action, I would seek the counsel of one versed in the holy writings. Make for Quarrymill and seek out the Seedseer O-App-Pesi─I would know what he knows. And be swift, <Player last name>. If Odin is truly come to the Shroud, time is not on our side.

O-App-Pesi: I am O-App-Pesi. And you must be the adventurer I've been expecting. Ah, yes...Odin, the Dark Divinity. Bowlord Lewin is understandably distressed at his arrival. As one who has read the scriptures, however, I am not entirely surprised at his arrival. Odin, as the ancient writings have it, rode forth into our world, wielding a dark blade capable of cleaving earth and the heavens. By his fell blade did perish Urth herself, and countless multitudes of her people. At long a great hero of Allag did arise to do battle with the dark god. Odin was slain, and his spirit sealed within a forest spring. For years, this was thought to be a mere wives' tale─a ghost story told by mothers to frighten their young ones into obedience. But recent archaelogical studies at Allagan ruins have unearthed damning evidence to the contrary. And now, these rumors... The scriptures claim that the Dark Divinity slumbers in Urth's Fount, deep in the heart of the Shroud, where the power of a crystal confines him. I have ventured into the forest and seen the crystal with my own eyes, but this was many years ago. It is entirely within the realm of possibility that something has gone terribly awry, and the fetters of crystal confine the Dark Divinity no longer. I would send you to Urth's Fount to investigate the matter, but be forewarned: your path will not be an easy one. Should any evil spirits stand in your way, this water of cleansing should avail you.

O-App-Pesi: The crystalline gaol that held the Dark Divinity in check─were you able to ascertain what has become of it? Magical energy still remains in this stone, though its powers have grown dim. What's more, behold how the stone has been cleaved clear in twain─by Odin's fell blade, there can be no doubt. Yes, there can be no doubt as to the identity of our unwelcome guest. And yet, it is all most curious─if the Dark Divinity rides free, why does he tarry in the Shroud? Anyroad, you are to be commended for your bravery, adventurer. Simmie is preparing a report on this very matter as we speak. I would be most grateful if you could share your findings with her as well.

Simmie: ...So it is indeed as we feared. The seal of Urth's Fount has been broken, and the Dark Divinity rides again. I must draft a report immediately.

Notes
Divider3.png
comments powered by Disqus

Menu Using CSS Css3Menu.com

Toolbox

               arrow   About    arrow   Contact Us    arrow   Volunteer    arrow   Disclaimer    arrow   Terms of Service    arrow   Privacy Policy    arrow   Wiki Policies