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A Leafman and a Hero

Sidequest1 Icon.png Lv. 70   Uses Quest Sync. Quest difficulty and EXP rewards will be adjusted to match your current level.  A Leafman and a Hero
Quest

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Soft-spoken Nu Mou: Il Mheg - Voeburtenburg - Pla Enni (x:21.2, y:3.7)

Map33 Icon.pngClosest Aetheryte: Pla Enni

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071201.png73The Lawless OnesMainquest1 Icon.png The Lawless Ones (Level 73)

Spacer2.png Disciples of War or Magic (Level 70)

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54,000-
57,240
Experience Points

803
Gil
Guaranteed
Baguette
Baguette
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Quest Sync
The soft-spoken Nu Mou has a request for a traveler.
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  • Place the polished sword before the leafman near Lyhe Ghiah.
  • Report to the soft-spoken Nu Mou.

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Polished Sword
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Soft-spoken Nu Mou
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Destination




  • Quest Sync
The soft-spoken Nu Mou has a request for a traveler.

Mortal, I have a task for you, should you be willing.

By the shore of the isle from which Lyhe-Ghia rises, there is a leafman. I want you to go and lay this sword before it. Do this for me, and I will give you a fitting reward.


On the isle from which Lyhe-Ghia rises, there is a leafman. Please go and place the sword before it.
You've placed the sword? My thanks.

Lest you wonder, that leafman was once a knight of Voeburt. A valiant soul who remained to protect the castle from sin eaters while others fled around him.


While he fought bravely, he was ultimately wounded by a creature with the touch. But ere he could turn into a monster, a pixie transformed him into a leafman.


Callous though they can be, pixies can understand the desire to protect one's home. That's why they took pity on the knight and spared him a fate worse than death.


I was there too. But frozen by fear as I was, I could do naught but watch. Ashamed, I swore to the knight that, one day, I will find a way to cure him.


Until that day comes, I look after his sword, ensuring that it's always ready for his use again.


To be sure, I could have as easily taken the sword back myself, but I wanted you to know of the knight and his sacrifice. He also would've enjoyed the company of a fellow mortal, I believe.
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