Druthers House Rules

Mainquest1 Icon.png Lv. 22   Druthers House Rules
Rewardsicon.png Rewards
Guaranteed Rewards Optional Rewards
Chicken Egg
Cotton Sugarloaf Hat
Roast Dodo
Roast Dodo
Allagan Bronze Piece
Allagan Bronze Piece
Informationicon.png Description
Buscarron could use an adventurer to douse a fight brewing at his establishment.
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Issuing NPC: Buscarron
South Shroud -Upper Paths -Buscarron's Druthers (18.1-19.8)
Type: Main Scenario
Unlocks: Never ForgetMainquest1 Icon.png
Quest: Mainquest1 Icon.pngSpirited Away
Required Items
Empty Tub Icon.png Water-filled Tub Icon.png
NPCs Involved: Mead-soaked MidlanderDrunken Duskwight
Items Involved: Empty TubWater-filled Tub
NPC Locations
Buscarron in South Shroud (x:18.2, y:19.9)
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Mead-soaked Midlander in South Shroud (x:18.2, y:20.2)
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Buscarron in South Shroud (x:18.2, y:19.9)
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  • Buscarron has no information on the sylph elder as yet, but he has something for you to do in the meantime. It seems as though one of his customers is spoiling for a fight. To put an end to any fisticuffs before they begin, Buscarron would have you go out back and obtain an empty tub which might be filled with water.
  • You have obtained the empty tub. Take it to the river behind the tavern and lay it down.
  • You have placed the tub in the water. Now fill it up with water.
  • You have filled the tub with water. Pick it up.
  • You have finally armed yourself with a mighty tub of coll water. Return to the area immediately outside the Druthers, douse the drunken lout, and remind him of the house rules.
  • Drenched with river water, the drunkard runs off, having come to his senses enough to realize that Buscarron means business when he says there's to be no fighting in or about his establishment. Report your success to Buscarron.
  • Thanks to your actions, the tavern's regulars are able to enjoy their drinks in peace. Buscarron prides himself on opening his doors to all customers-- even those with unsavory reputations-- so long as they pay good coin and stay out of trouble.
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