- Mogek explains to you that the Temple Knight sappers had arranged for an airship to deliver sundries that the moogles could not provide for their work. However, there have been no signs or news of the airship which was to deliver the cargo bells ago. Mogek requests that you travel to the Rookery to see if there have been any mishaps.
- It appears that the airship made it safely to the Rookery, but the wary knight in charge of the delivery tells you that dragonets have surrounded the airship. Unwilling to draw his spear for fear of provoking, he asks that you ask the dragonlings what they want with the ship.
- You approach one of the curious dragonlings who asks you about the airship. Upon explaining its function, the dragonling grows excited and begins clamoring for an airship of his own. Apprise the Temple Knight of the dragons' request.
- The Temple Knight is less than enthused with the dragons' demand for airships, saying that he has no time for games. He entrusts the task to you as someone better suited to craft the pieces. Make a set of toy airships for the dragonets using the materials that the temple knight has provided.
- ※In the event you lose the materials or the synthesis ends in failure, you may try again by speaking with the tense Temple Knight.
- Using the scraps that the Temple Knight gave you, you cobble together three toy airships on the spot and give them to the excited dragonets. The dragons playfully toss their new trinkets off the side of the isle and pursue them in flight, disappearing into the clouds below. Tell the Temple Knight he is free to return to unloading the cargo from his airship.
- The Temple Knight shows some relief at the departure of the dragonets and muses on their curiousity and desires similar to children. Return to Mogek and tell him that the shipment should arrive shortly.
- You explain the reason behind the delay to Mogek, who comments that it was good you were there in case the situation escalated. He also quips that since the dragonets will remain their same curious selves for decades to come, if the Temple Knight's son came to the Churning Mists someday, he would probably see the same inquisitive pups that his father saw.