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Victory in Peril

Mainquest1 Icon.png Lv. 14   Victory in Peril
Quest

Journal detail hr1 07.png Acquisition
This quest requires you to fight enemies in a level 18 instance with a 30 minute time limit.
Ghimthota: Lower La Noscea - The Gods' Grip - Moraby Drydocks (x:24.9, y:35.2)

Map33 Icon.pngClosest Aetheryte: Moraby Drydocks

Journal detail hr1 08.png Requirements
071201.png13Do Angry Pirates DreamMainquest1 Icon.png Do Angry Pirates Dream (Level 13)

Spacer2.png All classes and jobs (excluding limited jobs) (Level 14)

Limsa Lominsa Banner.png Start in Limsa Lominsa
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5,520
Experience Points



212
Gil
Guaranteed
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Journal detail hr1 04.png Description
Ghimthota, a captain of the watch at the Moraby Drydocks, wishes your aid in dealing with potential intruders.
Journal detail hr1 01.png Objectives
  • Speak with one of the guards.
  • Find the shifty-eyed sailor.
  • Report to Ghimthota at the Moraby Drydocks.
  • Speak with Ahtbyrm.
  • Speak with Ghimthota.
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071201.png14Men of the Blue TattoosMainquest1 Icon.png Men of the Blue Tattoos (Level 14)

  • Ghimthota, a captain of the watch at the Moraby Drydocks, wishes your aid in dealing with potential intruders.
  • Ghimthota is convinced that a gang of treacherous pirates aims to sabotage the construction of the Victory. Speak with either Urswyrst at the front gate or C'nangho at the rear gate to learn of any suspicious activity.
  • You have spoken with one of the guards and heard a report concerning a possible saboteur. Make your way to the cliff at Empty Heart and learn what trouble is afoot.
  • You have confronted the suspicious sailor, and he leaves you with words that send a chill down your spine. Hurry back to the Drydocks and report to Ghimthota.
  • You have succeeded in preventing the destruction of the Victory. It has come to light, however, that the leader of the pirates, Ahtzapfyn, is actually Ahtbyrm's father. Speak with the troubled foreman, and see how he fares.
  • Though he puts on a brave face, it is clear that Ahtbyrm is deeply shaken by his father's unexpected appearance. Return to Ghimthota and convey Ahtbyrm's gratitude and apologies.
  • Ghimthota appears convinced that a swift return to work on the Victory will soon ease Ahtbyrm's troubled heart. The watch captain thanks you for your assistance, and mentions that the would-be saboteurs have been handed over to the Yellowjackets. There has, however, been an important discovery that she would like to discuss with you.

Ghimthota sent you to follow up on my report?


Well, it was not too long ago that I saw some unsavory sort slinking along the top of the bluff near Empty Heart, just over yonder.


It may be that he's still about. If you've got the time, adventurer, I'd much appreciate you getting up there to take a look.

Hail, adventurer. Glad to have another hand aboard to help shore up security.


The gods know our reports would sit on Ghimthota's desk gathering dust if it weren't for the assistance of those such as yourself.


Speaking of reports, though, I saw one of those mangy pirates lurking around the cliff near Empty Heart. I'd take a closer look before he has a chance to cover his tracks.
Bah, spotted me, did ye? Well, yer too late─what's to 'appen is already 'appenin'.

My thanks, Forename. I shudder to think what may have become of the Victory without your intervention.


<sigh> The pirates have made a right mess of things─I'd best get to sorting out the docks.


...And my thoughts could use some sorting out as well. Ever did my father have a way of turning my life upside down.


Pray convey my thanks─and my apologies─to Ghimthota.

How fare you, Forename? I cannot begin to thank you for the role you played in preventing this madness.


You defended more than a simple ship─you saved the budding hope of Limsa Lominsa from a violent demise. The day was yours.


It seems our security regimen will require much in the way of improvement if we are to truly keep the Drydocks safe.


...Ahtbyrm apologizes? Well, I suppose I can understand why he would feel responsible for his father's actions. Of all those involved, this incident was hardest on him.


But, in time, I believe he will come to a single conclusion: the most fitting way of moving past his anguish is to see the Victory completed and in the water.


Ah, by the by, the pirates we defeated have been handed over to the Yellowjackets. Reyner's men will be taking over the investigation.


Before the Yellowjackets moved in, however, we recovered a most unusual object. Should you have the time to spare, I would ask of you another favor...
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