Gosetsu and Tsuyu

Mainquest1 Icon.png Lv. 70   Gosetsu and Tsuyu
Quest
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Gil
Gil Icon.png1,277
Informationicon.png Description
Alphinaud has important news to share.
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Issuing NPC: Alphinaud
Ruby Bazaar Offices  (6.1-6.1)
Type: Main Scenario
Unlocks: Mainquest1 Icon.pngGone Like the Morning Dew
Requirements
Quest: Mainquest1 Icon.pngRise of a New Sun
Lore & Dialogue
Loremonger:Gosetsu and Tsuyu
NPCs Involved: AlisaieHancockTataruHienYotsuyuGosetsuYugiri
Journal
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  • Alphinaud informs you that a letter has arrived from Lord Hien, and after he helpfully summarizes its contents, you glean that your presence is required at the Doman Enclave. Tataru duly promises to mind the fort while you are away, and as you prepare to leave with Alphinaud and Alisaie, you pause to wonder what will unfold across the Ruby Sea: a declaration of peace between Doma and the Empire...or an all-too-predictable return to hostilities.
  • You meet Lord Hien at the enclave as planned, only to learn that his letter had omitted mention of a worrying incident involving an ailing Gosetsu. Upon visiting the bedridden samurai, however, you are relieved to find him well on the path to recovery. Yotsuyu, meanwhile, seems much the same as when you last saw her─a child in a woman's body.
  • Some time later, a tale told by Yugiri convinces Lord Hien that Yotsuyu's plight is genuine, and he decides to allow her to live out her days in Doma as “Tsuyu.” The only obstacle remaining is to present proof of her condition to Asahi, and with this in mind, your allies agree to rendezvous at the enclave docks.
  • After an uneventful wait by the skiff, a breathless Lord Hien rushes into view, and it is plain that something is amiss. It seems that Yotsuyu has left the safety of the Kienkan, and according to the testimony of the skiff captain, she has already crossed the river...
Transcript
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Ah, Forename, impeccable timing. We have just received a letter from Lord Hien.

He writes that the Domans are coordinating their efforts with the Blue Kojin to maintain a constant watch over the Red.


By staying on the lookout for signs of crystal hoarding and the like, they mean to nip any summoning attempts in the bud, thereby satisfying the conditions for peace set down by the ambassador.


For the Garleans' part, the Populares have sent word that a vessel bearing Doman conscripts is soon to arrive in Yanxia. 'Twould seem that the prisoner exchange is to proceed as planned.


Lord Hien requests your presence, and I share his view that you should be on hand at this critical juncture.
According to the letter, Yotsuyu's memory has yet to return, so it looks like she'll be living out the rest of her days in Doma─assuming the ambassador means to honor the agreement, of course.
Before we get to that, however, I think it would be wise to assess her condition one last time. If the Domans have missed any change in her mental state, however slight, it would be better if Asahi weren't the one to spot it.
Agreed. Let us make straightways for the enclave, then. Lord Hien will be waiting.
I trust you will cope in our absence, Tataru?


Don't worry about me─I'll be fine! Just be sure to come back safely!
Alphinaud's been keeping a very careful count of his coins lately. I doubt he'd ask for a sip of water without asking the price first! Hee hee hee!
I am very much in favor of a peace agreement between Doma and the Empire. Loosen that imperial grip, I say, and let the trade routes breathe freely!
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