A Flowery Frolic

Sidequest2 Icon.png Lv. 70   A Flowery Frolic
Rewardsicon.png Rewards
XP Gil Revelation Relations
Expicon.png1,150,000-2,419,000 Gil Icon.png606
Allagan Tomestone of Revelation Icon.png
Pixie Relations Icon.png 60
Guaranteed Rewards
Fae Fancy
Informationicon.png Description
Uin Nee would fill the dreams of children with flowers.
※Please note that the difficulty of this quest has been synced to your current level. Furthermore, you may not proceed with a class or job that is different from when you accepted this quest.
Objectivesicon.png Objectives
  • Track down and capture a bitsy basket at the designated location.
  • Deliver the bitsy basket to Uin Nee.
Issuing NPC: Uin Nee: Il Mheg - Timh Gyeus (x:12.4, y:33)
Type: Pixie Quests
Repeatable: Daily
Reputation: Friendly
Required Items
Bitsy Basket (Key Item) Icon.png
Lore & Dialogue
Loremonger:A Flowery Frolic
NPCs Involved: Uin Nee
Mobs Involved: Bitsy Basket
Items Involved: Bitsy Basket (Key Item)

Uin Nee in Il Mheg - Timh Gyeus (x:12.4, y:33)
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Uin Nee in Il Mheg - Timh Gyeus (x:12.4, y:33)
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Oh, aren't they lovely? Vibrant blooms of all colors bursting forth from the intertwining branches─truly bountiful floral bouquets come to life! You've seen them ambling about here in Lydha Lran, haven't you?
I just know the children would love them as much as I do. Were it not for one oh-so-small rub, that is. You see, they have an awfully nasty tendency to stomp on smaller creatures─not on purpose, I'm sure─and crush them under the mighty trunks that form their feet.
That's when I got to thinking! I thought, why, all I need to do is weave a spell to bring them down to a smaller size! And so I did precisely that! Sadly, it worked so well that I didn't even notice when one of the tiny little creatures snuck away!
Why, I simply couldn't bear to keep the children waiting any longer! You'll track my little creation down and bring it back to me, yes? Yes? And if it puts up a fight, don't hesitate to bash it on the head once or twice to remind it to behave!
Well, if it isn't my favorite mortal! Did you manage to capture my darling little basket? Because I might have to find a new favorite mortal if you didn't.
Oh dear...look at all those battered branches. It looks like it put up quite a fight. But not to worry! Oh, no, not at all! My magic will have it patched up good as new in the flutter of a wing!
To think the teensy-weensy version would be so lively when its bigger brethren are so restful and relaxed. Is it possible that smaller creatures are more wont to dash and dart about with little aim or reason?
Why, just the other day, I saw it trying to plant a new flower on itself. When the aroma attracted a curious little creepy-crawly, it completely forgot about the flower and chased the insect across the fields, where it saw another flower, and...why, it's as if it cannot keep its mind on a single thing for more than mere moments at a time!
But what was I talking about again? Anyhow, no matter. I really should be getting along spinning dreams of my flowering little friend. You'll help me if it gets away again, won't you?
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