Something in the Water (Sidequest)

Sidequest1 Icon.png Lv. 55   Something in the Water (Sidequest)
Quest
Rewardsicon.png Rewards
XP Gil
Expicon.png33,600 Gil Icon.png521
Guaranteed Rewards Optional Rewards
Grilled Sweetfish
Grilled Raincaller
Grilled Raincaller
Mugwort Carp
Mugwort Carp
Grilled Warmwater Trout
Grilled Warmwater Trout
Informationicon.png Description
Mogret is gazing at these wilting flowers with a concerned expression.
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Issuing NPC: Mogret
The Churning Mists -Sohm Al Summit -Moghome (29-36)
Type: Sidequest
Requirements
Quest: Mainquest1 Icon.pngThe Song Begins
Required Items
Empty Ewer Icon.png Full Ewer Icon.png
Mobs Involved: Dragonfoot Hropken
Items Involved: Empty EwerFull Ewer
Journal
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  • It seems that Mogret is fretting over some flowers that are in danger of wilting before her very eyes, but she cannot water them due to the hropkens that have moved into her favorite spring. Go to Eil Tohm and slay the inconsiderate hropken, then fill the empty ewer Mogret gave you with water for the flowers.
  • The hropken will no longer be a problem for the moogles of Moghome, and the once-empty ewer is now filled with sparkling spring water. Bring it to Mogret before her flowers wilt away into nothing.
  • Mogret is ecstatic that her flowers will be able to bloom even further. It seems the increase in dragons is a recent phenomena, and Mogret seems convinced that they have only come to give the moogles a hard time.
Dialogue
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Oh no, this won't do, this won't do at all, kupo! If we don't water these flowers soon, there'll be nothing left but dried husks! But thanks to a mean old hropken, doing gods know what in the spring, we can't get anywhere near the precious water!
Say, you look like you've done your fair share of dragonslaying─why don't you get rid of that hulking hropken for us and fill this ewer with water for the flowers, kupo? Our little garden is depending on you!
Show that mean old hropken that it can't just sit wherever it pleases! Oh, and don't forget to bring back the water, kupo!
Oh... I can see the flowers wilting before my very eyes, kupo! Did you manage to bring the water?
Finally, the flowers are saved! There didn't used to be so many dragons stamping about those springs, but recently we've been seeing more and more.
I don't know where they came from, but I'm sure that they're only here to make our lives a pain in the pom-pom, kupo!
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