Resolve Unshaken

Featurequest1 Icon.pngNew Lv. 80   Resolve Unshaken
Quest

Journal detail hr1 07.png Acquisition
Mikoto: Zadnor (x:35.4, y:35.1)
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071341.png80A New Playing FieldFeaturequest1 Icon.png A New Playing Field (Level 80)

Spacer2.png Any Disciple of War or Magic (excluding limited jobs) (Level 71)

Resistance Rank: 16

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367,500
Mettle

979
Gil
Guaranteed
Forgotten Fragment of History
Forgotten Fragment of History
Forgotten Fragment of Rage
Forgotten Fragment of Rage
Forgotten Fragment of Ferocity
Forgotten Fragment of Ferocity
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The knowing look in Mikoto's eyes suggests it may be time to get to work.
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Journal detail hr1 02.png Unlocks Quests
071341.png80Where Eagles RoostFeaturequest1 Icon.png Where Eagles Roost (Level 80)

Journal detail hr1 07.png NPCs Involved
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Maps
MikotoLiljaBajsaljenMarsak
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Destination




  • The knowing look in Mikoto's eyes suggests it may be time to get to work.

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Sorry to have kept you waiting, Forename. We have finally found a suitable location for the Ironworks' device.
And you'll be pleased to hear the D.A.M.'s are ready to go. Some of our finest work yet, if I do say so myself.
Once in place, Bajsaljen has asked we redirect the aether currents to the newly secured outpost.

I will mark on your map the location where the device must be set.


When you have finished, contact us via this linkpearl and we shall handle the rest.


I shall pray for your safe return, Forename.
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The defluxion aether manipulator is ready to go. It not only scans the area for flows of ambient aether, but reroutes them in whatever direction we need!
If there's nothing else you wanted to talk about, I should give it one last check before it's sent out into the field.
Once in place, Bajsaljen has asked we redirect the aether currents to their newly erected outpost.
I will mark on your map the location where the device must be set.
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The D.A.M. is ready, Forename. Readying transmission protocols now.

All systems appear to be normal. Can you confirm the D.A.M. has burrowed into the ground?


Then everything is as it should be. You're free to return to camp.
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Welcome back. The D.A.M.'s appear to be working as planned, though it will take some time for the diversion of the aether current to be complete.
We will continue to monitor the situation from here. Should the D.A.M.'s be in need of fine-tuning, however, we may have to call on you again.
Sensors indicate faint traces of aether drifting toward the designated location, and the energy signature is growing stronger. Before long, we'll have made a brand-new current leading straight to the outpost!
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Mikoto, nooo!!!
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Mikoto...? It's another vision, isn't it?
And you saw it too, didn't you? What is it? What did you see?
It's nothing, Lilja. Really. Just a dizzy spell, is all. I will be fine after a short rest.
Mikoto, there's no need to put on a brave face. You said before these visions of yours can't be changed, but... That doesn't mean we can't help.
That's very kind of you, Lilja, but I promise you I'm fine. For now, let's all concentrate on the task at hand.
All right... But if you ever need to talk, I'll be right here.
I understand your concern, truly. But even if we were to tell the others, there is nothing they can do to change what I saw─what we saw.

No battle is won without sacrifice, and I have made peace with what is to come.


I imagine Moenbryda was very much the same in her last moments. She never turned her eyes from the truth, the inevitable, no matter how harsh it may be. It is a quality you both share, and one I strive to emulate.


Come now, Forename, let's not assume the worst. After all, we know naught of what happens before or after that brief glimpse into the future.
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Thank you again for your help, Forename. We should have no trouble locating more suitable currents now.
I trust you're eager to return to the field, so I will not keep you. Unless, perhaps, there is something else you wished to talk about?
Thanks again for your help with the D.A.M. Once the new outpost is secure, you can be certain we'll get to work right away on erecting a barrier.

In the meantime, perhaps you'd be willing to share what you and Mikoto saw...? On second thought, forget I said anything. Like she said, it's all fine. Let's get back to it, eh?


Ah, speaking of getting to work, I think Bajsaljen was asking after you. Probably wants to talk strategy before their next mission.
Thanks for setting up the D.A.M. for us. Erecting a barrier at the new outpost should prove no trouble at all. Assuming they secure a new outpost, that is.

Ahem. But enough about that, why don't we talk about something else. Like Mikoto's vision, perhaps...? O-Or maybe something else.


Ah, right! Bajsaljen said he wanted to speak with you. About strategy or some such.
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Blade Surname. Thank you for coming. I wished to speak with you about Misija.

As you may recall, it was my intention to have her stand trial once the IVth Legion was routed, and Bozja's lands made secure. But there are those who demand we make an example of her, and the cries for her execution grow louder by the day.


It is my belief that we must first establish a rule of law, where those convicted of crimes may be given due process. In the case of imperial captives, an exchange of prisoners should be considered a viable alternative.


I do not deny that the crimes she has committed are grave indeed. Yet the fact remains, Misija was a soldier, working under the orders of Gabranth and the IVth Legion. I am hesitant to carry out so harsh a judgment when it is her superiors who should be held accountable.


But such is the nature of war... Soldiers forced to perform terrible, terrible deeds at the behest of a select few. As commander, I know all too well the weight my orders carry. The day may come that I am made to answer for the acts committed in my name.


But today, it is Misija who stands accused. Gabranth has yet to be brought before us, and the people demand justice be served, one way or another.
What will you say?
I'll not deny she has a troubled past, but if it were up to me... I would put her to death. I agree with you, Bajsaljen. The blame lies with Menenius and Gabranth. It's not my place to give counsel on such grave matters, but I trust you will make the right decision.
When the time comes, I will keep your words in mind. Thank you, Blade Surname.
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Why the furrowed brow? Was it something Bajsaljen said?
...Sorry, I shouldn't pry. I'll get back to work.
Why the furrowed brow? Was it something Bajsaljen said?

...Maybe it's for the best if you didn't tell me. I should get back to work.


Unless...maybe there's something else you want to talk about?
Our reconnaissance units will continue to do what we can to ensure the Resistance is aware of enemy movements. Such intelligence becomes all the more crucial as the front line pushes forward.
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