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Uninvited

Featurequest1 Icon.png Lv. 70   Uninvited
Quest

Journal detail hr1 07.png Acquisition
Lina Mewrilah: Kugane - The Short Pier - Kugane Ofunakura (x:10.4, y:12.1)

Map33 Icon.pngClosest Aetheryte: Kugane → Kogane Dori Markets

Journal detail hr1 08.png Requirements
071341.png70A City FallenFeaturequest1 Icon.png A City Fallen (Level 70)

Spacer2.png Disciples of War or Magic (Level 70)

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1,853
Gil
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Lina Mewrilah appears to have been awaiting your arrival for quite some time.
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  • Ride the transport shuttle to the Prima Vista.
  • Ride the transport shuttle to the Prima Vista.
  • Speak with the newly arrived moogle.
  • Speak with Hurdy.
  • Speak with Lina Mewrilah or Hurdy on Pier #2.
  • Search for Montblanc in the Glittering Basin. 0/2
  • Speak with Montblanc.
  • Return to the Prima Vista.
  • Speak with Jenomis cen Lexentale.
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071341.png70My Power, My Pleasure, My PainFeaturequest1 Icon.png My Power, My Pleasure, My Pain (Level 70)

  • Lina Mewrilah appears to have been awaiting your arrival for quite some time.
  • Alma Lexentale has summoned Lina Mewrilah (and you) to the Prima Vista to discuss recent findings concerning the auracite. As before, a word with the shuttle pilot will see you quickly and safely to the Lexentale airship.
  • It would seem that Cid has invited an Archon to join him on the Prima Vista─a Student of Baldesion by the name of Mikoto.
  • Gamely endeavoring to speak in words of fewer than five syllables, the Archon shares her theories on the auracite, prompting a new debate─if the Otius is not a naturally occurring crystal, then who created it and why? Before a consensus can be reached, Ramza foments new tension with his sister by questioning her commitment to the family mission. It is during this fraternal spat that an uninvited guest enters stage right.
  • Seeking admission to their theater company, Montblanc, desert moogle from Dalmasca, petitions the Majestic with all the blustery gusto of a born drama queen. Ramza is quick to dismiss him, but in doing so, inadvertently presents Montblanc with a challenge─slay a beast, and earn apprenticeship aboard the Prima Vista. Eager to prove his worth, the sorely overmatched and under-armored moogle marches out into the wilds to meet his prey...and most likely his maker.
  • Hurdy and Lina have set off in pursuit of Montblanc. Their first stop? Pier #2.
  • You learn that Montblanc may have found his way onto a falcon porter bound for the One River in Yanxia. Residents of the Glittering Basin might know more regarding the mole-bat's whereabouts.
  • As expected, you find Montblanc in urgent need of rescue, his attempt at slaying a ferocious beast (in this case, a fiery red chocobo) ending just about as well as everyone imagined─that is, in defeat, in case you imagined otherwise.
  • Having survived his misguided adventure, Montblanc begins the long journey back to the Prima Vista in high spirits.
  • Upon your return, you find the theater barge has visitors─a band of Bangaa, weapons drawn. Only Jenomis might know how to diffuse a situation this volatile.
  • Hostage-taking apart, the Bangaa mean those of the Theater Company no harm, and merely seek aid in locating their missing captain. After hearing their tale, Mikoto believes that there is a chance Ba'Gamnan may have been manipulated by the Duma in the same manner as the late Argath Thadalfus. With no leads, however, the captain's rescue seems impossible...until Jenomis discovers a mysterious addition on the final page of his journal. Intent on discovering its significance, he returns at once to his research, promising to send for you as soon as the riddle is solved.

Forename! Where in the world have you been? Did you not receive Alma's summons? Principal Lexentale's research into the auracite may finally have borne fruit!


We must hurry to the Prima Vista before they embark on some grand and perilous adventure without us!
Quest Accepted
If you would follow me to the shuttle, good sir.
Board the Prima Vista?
In her message, Alma mentioned a guest from Sharlayan. Someone your companion Cid Garlond believed might be able to assist the Principal's research. An “archetype,” I think is the term she used.
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Am I interrupting? Oh, please do go on. My acceptance into your fine troupe's ranks can wait until all have said their piece, kupo.
Guards! Get this, this, this─
(- Montblanc -)
Montblanc. The name is Montblanc. Denizen of Dalmasca's deserts, seeker of thrills, adventurer extraordinaire. But you may call me Montblanc, kupo.

Dalmasca has long been known as a melting pot for myriad cultures─where minor races such as the Seeq, the Bangaa, and the Viera might live in relative harmony with Hyur, Elezen, and others.


Yet there is no record of a prominent moogle population.
(- Montblanc -)
Most likely because we are neither prominent nor populous! My people are nomadic by nature, ever drawn to the elusive frontier and the freedom she promises, kupo!
A...moogle?
(- Montblanc -)
Of course I'm a moogle, kupo. You'd think the adorable wings and the fluffy pom would have given it away. Now, about my admission to the Majestic─

I will allow no such thing! The Majestic is the Empire's premier theater company. We will not sully its good name by granting refuge to a fluttering ball of fur!


And furthermore, how in the world did this abomination board the Prima Vista in the first place!?


By means of his wings, were I to guess. As for his admission to our company, I do not seem to recall race, creed, or allegiance on my list of prerequisites, do you?


...No, Father.


Very well, then. Montblanc, what is it exactly that calls you to the stage─our stage?
(- Montblanc -)

What else? The Zodiac Brave Story, kupo! Never before have I witnessed something so amazing. So moving.


Sitting─well, technically hovering there in the audience as the story unfolded around me...I knew I was witnessing something special. Something positively transcendental, kupo! It was then that I realized I either had to be a part of it...or go to my grave a bitter and broken moogle.
Was this realization before or after you swore you simply had to become the realm's greatest marauder, kupo!?
(- Montblanc -)
Hurdy!? How did you─

Perhaps you'd have more success at running away if you didn't reveal your grand designs to every other fool you happen to meet, kupo.


Was it not but two score nights ago you took up the axe, kupo!? Now here you are professing your passion for the stage before carving even a single notch in your haft? Do you not remember, “to he who churns the butter goes the sweetest bread”?
(- Montblanc -)
But how is one to savor said buttered bread if his head is in the belly of a fearsome beast? You accuse me of giving up when I merely came to the realization that continuing would end in failure. Only through a change of course could I reach my final destination, kupo.
And that destination is what? Mummer? Are you sure it is not geomancer? Arithmetician? Templar? Do not bother answering, kupo─we all know you'll be singing a different tune come cockcrow!
(- Montblanc -)
That is where you are mistaken, Hurdy. I was destined to be a thespian! I can feel it in my fur. The role of Delita was made for me! Made for me, kupo!
Kupo kupo kupo kupo! Enough!
A moogle! And a decidedly dusty one at that! Might this be one of your acquaintances, Forename?
Don't just stand there, get rid of the thing! You're the liberator. Liberate this vessel of that pest!
Ah. A moogle. Yes.
It's like nothing I have ever seen before... Can we keep it?
Most intriguing... Is it alive?
My brother can be rather...simpleminded when it comes to such matters. Thinking to impress the Warrior of Light and his companions, Montblanc would likely choose the scene of your recent exploits to prove his worth─meaning Rabanastre, if I am not mistaken.

Pardon my language, but that Ramza really is an incurable little prick, is he not? How dare he speak to his sister and the moogle in that manner. I couldn't decide which was worse─the things he said, or the way the principal sat back and let him say them.


But I suppose it is none of our concern. For now, let us concentrate on the task at hand─finding that moogle before he does something we'll all regret. What say we start nearby. Pier Two, perhaps?
I...I apologize. I must learn to control my anger. But sometimes...it can be difficult.
You saw the poor moogle. He won't last a day on his own. You must find him and bring him back! I beg of you!
Moogles are prominent players in Ivalician legend, but none of the tales mention their capacity for flight. Something lost in translation, perhaps?
However did Ramza come to be so thoroughly obnoxious? He and his sister couldn't be more different.

The falcon porter tells us that he set a traveling blacksmith away to Yanxia not a bell past. And why would that be of interest to us, you ask?


Because said peddler of iron and steel was seen to be carrying a bag stuffed to the brim with, and I quote, “albino mole fur and purple bat wings”!

Montblanc!


...Not that we look like that, kupo!
The quickest route into Dalmasca is via the One River and its western tributaries. If Montblanc is bound for Rabanastre, he will seek passage from the Glittering Basin.

The falcon porter tells us that he set a traveling blacksmith away to Yanxia not a bell past. And why would that be of interest to us, you ask?


Because said peddler of iron and steel was seen to be carrying a bag stuffed to the brim with, and I quote, “albino mole fur and purple bat wings”!

Montblanc!


...Not that we look like that, kupo!
The quickest route into Dalmasca is via the One River and its western tributaries. If Montblanc is bound for Rabanastre, he will seek passage from the Glittering Basin.
I...I apologize. I must learn to control my anger. But sometimes...it can be difficult.
You saw the poor moogle. He won't last a day on his own. You must find him and bring him back! I beg of you!
Moogles are prominent players in Ivalician legend, but none of the tales mention their capacity for flight. Something lost in translation, perhaps?
Moogles are prominent players in Ivalician legend, but none of the tales mention their capacity for flight. Something lost in translation, perhaps?
You saw the poor moogle. He won't last a day on his own. You must find him and bring him back! I beg of you!
I...I apologize. I must learn to control my anger. But sometimes...it can be difficult.
Montblanc! What were you thinking!?
Have you any idea what you put your brother through!? He has been worried sick!
Both Hurdy and Ramza were right all along. I am a failure. A flop. A flailing flapping foppish failure, kupo. How could I play the part of a hero if I cannot even ruffle the feathers of a single measly bird. The audience would see right through me like the spineless jellyfish I am.
Now wait, Montblanc. Not everyone can be a hero...not even most heroes! Yes, the bards sing of the man who deals the final blow, but what of his cadre of loyal companions? Do you think Delita united Ivalice on his own? Do you think Forename here was alone when he liberated Ala Mhigo?
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What will you say?

You're never alone on the battlefield.


Not all wars are won on the front lines.
Never alone...? So you're saying you'll always be there for me? For Montblanc?
Uh... I think he was speaking metaphorically...
But of course they are not! Every campaign needs its brilliant architect─the mastermind who moves the pieces across the board! I, Montblanc, can be that mastermind!
That was quick...
Let us not dwell on the details. The day is saved, and Montblanc has escaped sans scratch or singe to show for it. We should return to the Prima Vista before our luck runs out.
You saw the poor moogle. He won't last a day on his own. You must find him and bring him back! I beg of you!
Moogles are prominent players in Ivalician legend, but none of the tales mention their capacity for flight. Something lost in translation, perhaps?
I...I apologize. I must learn to control my anger. But sometimes...it can be difficult.
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I must admit to knowing little of Ridorana save that which Lady Mikoto shared with us. Before we expend valuable time and resources traveling to so remote a place, I must review my notes and see if there is any mention of the abyss.


We shall send for you as soon as we learn aught of interest.
Quest Completed
Tell me, is Ridorana truly as magnificent as they say? ...Hm? You have never been there? And there I was thinking you might have something to contribute.
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