Singed Fur Their Own Good

Sidequest2 Icon.png Lv. 46   Singed Fur Their Own Good
Quest
Rewardsicon.png Rewards
XP Gil Poetics Relations
Expicon.png9,693 Gil Icon.png660
Allagan Tomestone of Poetics Icon.png
7
Amalj'aa Relations Icon.png 14
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Venture
Informationicon.png Description
Narujj Boh has a unique proposal for depriving the Flamefangs of easy targets.
Objectivesicon.png Objectives
  • Speak with the drake whisperer and mount the cavalry drake. 0/3
  • Ride the cavalry drake into the Sagolii Desert and use its Fiery Breath at the designated locations.
  • Report to Narujj Boh.
Issuing NPC: Narujj Boh: Southern Thanalan - Broken Water - Ring of Ash (x:23.5, y:14.5)
Type: Amalj'aa Quests
Repeatable: Daily
Requirements
Quest: Sidequest1 Icon.pngRanger Rescue
Reputation: Recognized
Lore & Dialogue
Loremonger:Singed Fur Their Own Good
NPCs Involved: Drake WhispererCavalry DrakeStrong-willed HuntressSweet-smelling HuntressKeen-eyed HuntressU Tribe RangerGallant RangerHonorable Ranger
Mobs Involved: Drake Whisperer

Narujj Boh in Southern Thanalan - Broken Water - Ring of Ash (x:23.5, y:14.5)
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Drake Whisperer in Southern Thanalan - Sagolii Desert - Byregot's Strike (x:19.5, y:29.6)
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Cavalry Drake in Southern Thanalan - Sagolii Desert (x:19.4, y:29.6)
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Strong-willed Huntress in Southern Thanalan
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Sweet-smelling Huntress in Southern Thanalan
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Keen-eyed Huntress in Southern Thanalan
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U Tribe Ranger in Southern Thanalan - Broken Water (x:20.6, y:36.7)
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Gallant Ranger in Southern Thanalan - Zanr'ak (x:23.1, y:33.3)
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Honorable Ranger in Southern Thanalan - Zahar'ak (x:25.1, y:33.6)
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Narujj Boh in Southern Thanalan - Broken Water - Ring of Ash (x:23.5, y:14.5)
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  • Narujj Boh wishes to convince the U tribe rangers to quit the sands before their divided forces fall prey to Flamefang raiders. Speak with the drake whisperer in the Sagolii Desert to borrow a flame-spitting mount with which to cow the stubborn hunters.
  • You have spoken with the drake whisperer and mounted a mighty cavalry drake. Ride it into the Sagolii Desert, and use its Fiery Breath to convince the U tribe rangers to flee the sands.
※Speak with the drake whisperer in the Sagolii Desert to mount a cavalry drake.
  • The gouts of flame spat by your mount have had the desired effect on the hunters of Forgotten Springs. Return to the Ring of Ash and report to Narujj Boh.
  • Narujj Boh praises your efforts in saving the Miqo'te rangers from their own ill-considered tactics. Though unconvinced that his plan will have any lasting effect, the stoic soldier is nevertheless content to deprive the Flamefangs of further tempered slaves for as long as possible.

The Miqo'te of Forgotten Springs have grown desperate in their ongoing conflict with the Flamefangs. They have spread their forces too thin in an effort to protect their hunting grounds.

The U tribe will not accept aid from us, but we cannot allow their ill-considered tactics to result in ever more tempered slaves.


I have devised a solution to this quandary: as there are various problems that would arise from a direct confrontation, I propose that we employ the unbearable heat of a drake's breath to drive the rangers back to their settlement.


Such a measure will not cow the seasoned hunters for long, but it will at least prevent the Flamefangs from swelling their ranks until we have had chance to enact further plans.
Speak with our master of drakes at the edge of the Sagolii, and heed his instructions well.
You are ready to ride forth, honored ally? My drake is at your service. Rattle the nerves of these foolish Miqo'te before they are snatched up by the next raiding party that happens along.
Ride forth on the mount supplied to you by the master of drakes, and seek out the Miqo'te rangers. A gout of flame at their feet should be enough to send them scrambling for home. Better to suffer a little singed fur than endure the madness of tempering.
Should you need to dismount, the drake will return here to me. I will hold her in readiness until you are prepared to continue your mission. Now go, and deprive the Flamefangs of their prey.
Ow, ow, ow! Gods-be-damned drake! I'll put an arrow down your throat...next time!
Yeowch! My tail! You singed my beautiful tail!
Ugh, the heat sears my eyes! Get away from us! Away!
Ack! Who the blazes are you!? The nunh will hear of this!
Ugh, what's this? Are tempered slaves given drake mounts now!?
Ow, where did you come from!? The desert sands are hot enough without drake-fire!
The Miqo'te have retreated from the sands? That is well. Spilling blood without cause will not further our agenda. I thank you, honored ally.
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