Komra Wasn't Built in a Day

Featurequest1 Icon.png Lv. 80   Komra Wasn't Built in a Day
Quest

Journal detail hr1 07.png Acquisition
Dig Site Chief: Kholusia - The Duergar Mountains - Komra (x:34.8, y:18.3)

Map33 Icon.pngClosest Aetheryte: Stilltide

Journal detail hr1 08.png Requirements
071341.png80It Takes a VillageFeaturequest1 Icon.png It Takes a Village (Level 80)

Spacer2.png Any Disciple of War or Magic (excluding limited jobs) (Level 80)

Journal detail hr1 03.png Rewards

106
Gil
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Journal detail hr1 04.png Description
The dig site chief eyes you expectantly.
Journal detail hr1 01.png Objectives
  • Speak with the doomsaying dwarf.
Journal detail hr1 02.png Unlocks Quests
071341.png1A Message from KonoggFeaturequest1 Icon.png A Message from Konogg (Level 1)
071341.png80All That Grinds Is Not GloomFeaturequest1 Icon.png All That Grinds Is Not Gloom (Level 80)

  • The dig site chief eyes you expectantly.
  • Eager to begin the task of rebuilding Komra, the dig site chief wishes to have a discussion with you and the one whole other person who volunteered to help. At the man's behest, you set out to find the third member of your little crew, a certain dwarf with a cheerfully pessimistic outlook on existence.
  • The rebuilding effort requires much in the way of supplies and many willing hands, both of which are notably lacking in Komra at present. To overcome this problem, the dig site chief has come up with the idea of availing yourselves of the technology used by the machines. For your part in this plan, you are required to venture into the tunnels to gather items that may be of use, and bring them back to your dwarven associate for inspection. Thus begins the great endeavor to rebuild Komra and prove to one and all that naught can keep dwarves down─save perhaps copious amounts of grog.

Lali-thanks again for offering to help us rebuild our village-ho. So, are you rested and ready to begin the work?
What will you say?
There's no time like the present. Not just yet. I still have worlds to save and packages to deliver.
Wonderful. I can't tell you how reassuring it is to have you with us.

Now, to begin with, we need to discuss how we're going to tackle our task.


If you could join our nervous friend over there, I'll be along after I see to some preparation.
Well, far be it from me to rush you. When you're done saving all the worlds and delivering all the packages, we'll be waiting for you right here.
Uwaaah! It's come! My doom is come! Doooooom! ...Oh, it's just you. Sorry, force of habit. So, uh...is it time? To rebuild, that is.
Everyone's here. Good. Let's get right to it. I have an idea that I want to run by the two of you.

In order to rebuild, we're going to need lots of supplies and willing hands, neither of which we have a whole heap of at the moment.


But then I thought: what if we availed ourselves of the technology used by the machines? With the wealth of parts they left behind, we have all the materials we need to rebuild and upgrade our automata to do the work.


Not only would it be practical─since we'd be using the force behind our destruction for our salvation, it's also poetic!


For your part in this, Forename, I'd ask you to venture into the tunnels and gather those items what might be useful.


Whatever you find, you can bring to our friend here. He'll examine the objects to see how they might be put to use.
And that's about it. So, what do you think?
What will you say?
Sounds like a plan. I, uh...wasn't paying attention. Could you explain it again?
Good, good. With this, the rebuilding can finally commence. We'll prove to everyone that you can't keep us dwarves down─except maybe with copious amounts of grog. That's been an issue, historically.
Had a few ales too many, did you? After recent events, I don't blame you. Anyway, let me explain it all again.
Well, I'd best be getting back to my post. Without someone breathing down their necks, our miners are liable to stand around with their thumbs up their arses. You have any questions, you can direct them at our friend here.
Between you and me, we're probably doomed to fail. But if it's going to happen anyway, there's no point in delaying it. That's to say, if you're ready to begin, then so am I!
Lali-we've got our work cut out for us-ho. But on my beard, I won't rest till we get it all done.
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