NPC Icon.pngP'ebaloh  Sidequest1 Icon.pngSidequest3 Icon.png

Zone(s): Eastern La Noscea - Bloodshore - Costa del Sol (33-30)
Affiliation: Limsa Lominsa
Occupation: Local Guide

Welcome, sir/madam. Do you require assistance?

P'ebaloh is a maidservant of Gegeruju, lord of Costa del Sol.

She was once a member of the Company of Heroes, but a battle with a primal left her wounded and heartsore. She has since kept to more mundane tasks and has lost her appetite for bloodshed.

Though she appreciates her new life, she occasionally longs for her days as a mercenary. [1]

Gender Female
Race Miqo'te
Clan Seeker of the Sun
Body Type Adult
(~61.4 inches)
Bust Size
Jaw Option 1
Eye Shape Option 3
Iris Size Small
Eye Color
Eyebrows Option 1
Nose Option 3
Mouth Option 4
Lip Color
Lip Shade Light
Facial Features/Tattoos/Ear Clasp/Face Paint



Starts Quests (3)
Name Lvl XP Gil Type
Buffaloed All the Way &000000000000003200000032 7995 Sidequest
Pests in the Pillars &000000000000003200000032 7995 Sidequest
The Stench of Danger &000000000000003300000033 8190 1377 Sidequest
Involved in Quests (3)
Member of Organization(s) (1)

Additional Dialogue
What do you do here?
I am a maidservant to Master Gegeruju, lord of Costa del Sol. Master Gegeruju is of course second to none in matters of business and connoisseurship. However, he can be something of an innocent in other matters. It falls to us, his loyal staff, to support our master in these...mundane areas so that he might focus more fully on his passion for amassing wealth.

What kind of place is this?
Costa del Sol is as a shining jewel in the otherwise drab and unremarkable lands of La Noscea. The area, originally cleared for farmland, was soon abandoned after it was discovered that seawater had seeped into the water table. That was when Master Gegeruju, a wealthy Ul'dahn entrepreneur, cast an appraising eye upon the shoreline. Rather than remain in the refugee-flooded streets of his native city, Master Gegeruju made a sizable contribution to the Admiral to secure the rights to build a new estate in these scenic environs. It is, I believe, a testament to my master's business acumen that he chose to rename his newly developed section of Bloodshore—a most uninviting appellation—to the far more palatable Costa del Sol.
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