A Luxury Long Lost

Sidequest1 Icon.png Lv. 2   A Luxury Long Lost
Quest
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XP Gil
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Guaranteed Rewards
Water Shard Icon.png x9 
Informationicon.png Description
Alewyn has need of an adventurer to help him test a revolutionary new medicine.
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Issuing NPC: Alewyn
Ul'dah - Steps of Thal -Alchemists' Guild  (9.2-13.9)
Type: Sidequest
Unlocks: Sidequest1 Icon.pngThe Wealth of Nations
Required Items
Deep-green Tonic Icon.png
Lore & Dialogue
Loremonger:A Luxury Long Lost
NPCs Involved: Landebert
Items Involved: Deep-green Tonic
Journal
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  • Alewyn has just developed what he claims to be a revolutionary new medicine, which can be used to treat all manner of maladies. He has yet to test its effectiveness, though, and bids you offer the tonic to Landebert, a leader amongst the Ala Mhigan refugees living in Pearl Lane.
  • Landebert is well aware of Alewyn's true motives. However, despite the danger in relying on untested alchemical concoctions, the refugees have no choice but to accept Alewyn's so-called goodwill.
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Ul'dah - Steps of Thal[edit]

Alchemists' Guild[edit]

Yes, yes... Yes! At last, my work is complete! Mark my words: this formula will revolutionize alchemy as we know it! With just a sip of this tonic, even raging fevers will be instantly extinguished! But I must needs test it, adventurer! While I produce more, I bid you take this batch to Pearl Lane, to a man there named Landebert. He is trusted by the other refugees. Persuade this Landebert to take my tonic and give it to his people. I require nothing in exchange—after all, if it is truly effective, it will be a tremendous boon to the advancement of the alchemic arts..and uh, mankind at large!

Pearl Lane[edit]

Eh? Medicine for the sick? Hah! We're not fools, lass. We know full well what that bastard Alewyn is up to. ...But we'll accept his medicine nonetheless. Look at us—beggars can't be choosers. Might be as it's a mere experiment to him, but to us it's a matter of life and death. If we've got to choose between this bastard's swill and nothing at all, is it really a choice?
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