Bearing with It

Mainquest1 Icon.png Lv. 75   Bearing with It
Quest

Journal detail hr1 07.png Acquisition
Y'shtola: The Rak'tika Greatwood - The Ox'Dalan Gap (x:38.5, y:13.6)

Map33 Icon.pngClosest Aetheryte: Fanow

Journal detail hr1 08.png Requirements
071201.png75The Burden of KnowledgeMainquest1 Icon.png The Burden of Knowledge (Level 75)

Spacer2.png Any Disciple of War or Magic (excluding limited jobs) (Level 75)

Journal detail hr1 03.png Rewards

1,320,000
Experience Points

1,033
Gil
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Journal detail hr1 04.png Description
Y'shtola wears a haunted expression, Emet-Selch's words having clearly found their mark.
Journal detail hr1 01.png Objectives
Journal detail hr1 02.png Unlocks Quests
071201.png76Out of the WoodMainquest1 Icon.png Out of the Wood (Level 76)
071341.png70The Stewards of NoteFeaturequest1 Icon.png The Stewards of Note (Level 70)

Journal detail hr1 07.png NPCs Involved
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Maps
Y'shtolaThancredMinfiliaUriangerAlmetUimetCymetRunar





  • Y'shtola wears a haunted expression, Emet-Selch's words having clearly found their mark.

Forename, you are returned! But...something troubles you. Is aught amiss?
What has happened to the sky!? I have never seen anything like it!
The sky, it...it is beautiful.
Though recent events plainly warrant further discussion, I think it best that we wait until Alphinaud and the others are present.

...Emet-Selch included. How convenient that he should choose this moment to keep to the shadows.


Well...no matter. For the present, we should return to Fanow and make certain of the Eulmorans' withdrawal.


After that, Slitherbough. The Blessed are no doubt elated by what has become of the sky.
You are returned. And unharmed, I see.
Indeed. I am pleased to report that the Lightwarden is no more, thanks in large part to you.
That the death of a single sin eater should make such a difference...

As our numbers waned, so too did our hope that the ruins we have devoted our lives to guarding would ever find purpose.


Yet here you are, the allies for whom we have waited these many centuries. And with your arrival came the chance to pass on our legacy─the ancient wisdom of the empire.


That alone would have been reward enough... Never did we imagine it would serve to banish the Light that pervaded these woods.


On behalf of the Viis, our forebears, and the late emperor of Ronka, you have our deepest thanks.
It is we who should be thanking you. Our journey through the Qitana Ravel proved...most enlightening.
To be privy to such knowledge is an honor. One for which we never hoped...
Please, you need not be so humble!
We but do our duty as decreed by the late emperor. Would that he were still with us to express his gratitude in person.
But sister, does this not mean our duty is fulfilled?
To our allies, perhaps, but the ruins cannot be left unguarded.
So long as we live here in these woods, the secrets of Ronka must not fall into the wrong hands.
Is Runar still here?
No, we escorted him back to Slitherbough shortly after you set out.
If you would return to the Night's Blessed, we will not keep you any longer. I suspect they would be glad of your company.
Thank you, Almet. I look forward to a day when we might share a more leisurely visit to the ruins of Ronka.
We will await your return, then.
Should you have need of the wisdom of Ronka again, you know where to find us.
Be it a year from now or ten, we look forward to your return.
Perhaps someday we will visit your home instead.
Ah, you are returned! And none the worse for wear, I see.
You needn't worry about us. What became of the Eulmoran soldiers, more importantly?
They turned tail and fled at the sight of the night sky.

The Children of the Everlasting Dark have also retreated back to Woven Oath.


Try as they might, they could not deny the truth of their own eyes...


The sunless sea of heaven, full of love and grace, where none need know pain or suffering.


In that moment, when the sky's light began to wane, I knew our prayers had been answered.


...That we were doomed to face oblivion at life's end no longer.


When first we met, I harbored certain suspicions about you. Now I see that I was right.


You are the Bringers of Shadow. The Warriors of Darkness. The saviors for whom we have prayed for so long.
I suppose you're not entirely wrong...
But we are not worthy of your reverence, nor have we any desire to be worshipped. If you would pray, pray for your children, that they may one day know a better world.
...I will do as you say. But please, let us at least hold a feast to celebrate your victory. You deserve that much.
I am sorry, Runar, but there is still much to be done, and scant time in which to do it.
We must go─all of us. For we share the same path and the same fate.
So be it. I ask only that you hold us in your hearts, as we will hold you in ours, now and ever after. By the boundless dark, this I swear.
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