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The Trees Have Eyes

Sidequest1 Icon.png Lv. 22   The Trees Have Eyes
Quest
Rewardsicon.png Rewards
XP
Expicon.png4,340
Optional Rewards
Cotton Gaskins Icon.png Hi-Potion Icon.png x3 Allagan Bronze Piece Icon.png x2 
Informationicon.png Description
Ianna seeks an adventurer to gather the offerings necessary for a local custom.
Objectivesicon.png Objectives
  • Gather piles of antelope umbles. 0/4
  • Gather kedtrap petals. 0/2
  • Place the antelope umbles before the withered treant.
  • Place kedtrap petals before the withered treant.
  • /kneel in respect to the withered treant.
  • Speak with Ianna at Buscarron's Druthers.
Issuing NPC: Ianna
South Shroud -Upper Paths -Buscarron's Druthers (18-19)
Type: Sidequest
Requirements
Quest: Sidequest1 Icon.pngCloven-hoofed Horrors
Required Items
Antelope Umbles Icon.png Kedtrap Petal Icon.png 
Mobs Involved: Antelope DoeKedtrap
Items Involved: Antelope UmblesKedtrap Petal
Journal
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  • You learn that the locals observe a custom involving the placement of an offering of antelope innards and flowers before a withered treat. Following Ianna's instructions, gather the umbles of four antelope does and two kedtrap petals.
  • You have successfully gathered umbles and petals suitable for the offering. First, place the four umbles before the withered treant.
  • Having placed the umbles, next set down the two fragrant flowers.
  • The offerings placed, proceed to /kneel in deference to this once-proud guardian of the forest.
  • You have paid respect to the withered treant as instructed. Return to Buscarron's Druthers and let Ianna know that the custom has been observed.
  • Ianna explains that the people of her region revere the treants as forest guardians, and look to them to protect the balance of life in the Twelveswood— a task made at once more needful and more difficult by the changes set in motion during the Calamity. With the piteous image of the withered treant still fresh in your mind, however, you cannot help wondering if the ancient creatures might not require protection of their own.
Notes
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