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Welcome to Their Jungle

Featurequest1 Icon.png Lv. 70   Welcome to Their Jungle
Quest

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Montblanc: Kugane - The Short Pier - Airship Landing (Kugane) (x:10.1, y:12.1)

Map33 Icon.pngClosest Aetheryte: Kugane → Kogane Dori Markets

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071341.png70The Path of Most ResistanceFeaturequest1 Icon.png The Path of Most Resistance (Level 70)

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

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1,408
Gil
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Montblanc is eager to return to the Prima Vista and report on your findings.
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  • Speak with Ramza in the tiring room.
  • Speak with Lina Mewrilah.
  • Speak with Bwagi down at Kugane Landing.
  • Speak with Lina Mewrilah near the Ruby Bazaar.
  • Return to the Prima Vista.
  • Speak with Ramza.
  • Speak with Jenomis.
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071341.png70The City of Lost AngelsFeaturequest1 Icon.png The City of Lost Angels (Level 70)

  • Montblanc is eager to return to the Prima Vista and report on your findings.
  • How Montblanc made it back to the tiring room before you did is a mystery best left unsolved.
  • Despite little chance for success, you contact several of your closest companions and present them with Fran's demands. To your surprise, Hancock replies almost immediately and summons you to the Ruby Bazaar to discuss business.
  • While Lina seems enthusiastic enough, you, on the other hand, are not as optimistic as the reporter as to how this will all play out.
  • Bwagi insists that he accompany you to the Ruby Bazaar. It is almost as if he knows something you do not.
  • For reasons each their own, the East Aldenard Trading Company, the Eorzean Alliance, and Lord Hien all refuse to meet the demands of the Dalmascan resistance. According to Bwagi, however, this is exactly what Fran expected, and the Bangaa says as much before trotting off back to his airship.
  • Disappointed that your efforts have been for naught, you regroup with your companions to decide a new plan of action. It is at this time the Lady Fran appears, explaining that the leader of Lente's Tears has commanded her to guide you to the Orbonne Monastery. However, before you can depart, Alma is possessed by the Otius and drawn into a dark portal of unknown origin. To save her, you must finally journey to the Golmore Jungle.
  • Mikoto's device allows Ramza to free his sister from Ultima's portal, but cannot stop Ramza from being swallowed by the magicked rift. Jenomis will not be pleased with the day's results.
  • Jenomis is in shock at the loss of his only son. There must be some means of saving the boy, but for now, you must wait.

Hurry, hurry! If I don't tell someone of our adventure quick, I'll positively burst, kupo!
Quest Accepted
Do not be put off by Lady Fran. The general has quite the edge to her, but it is only because she wants what is best for the resistance.
I've finally come to accept Ba'Gamnan is gone for good, but I will never forget how he met his end. I cannot allow my hatred to consume me as it did him.
Fran is not too bad, once you're on her good side─her only good side being her backside...but you didn't hear that from me.

This woman asks much of us...


The Viera have ever been wary of outsiders. For centuries their many tribes have remained hidden in the jungles, content with their self-imposed solitude.


Each tribe has its own strict code and will mete swift punishment to any who would defy these laws. As such, many a Viera will spend her entire life bound to the territory of her ancestors, both unwilling and unable to venture beyond its borders.


And while the tribes are wholly independent, they have agreed to uphold a single standard: shun all contact with the outside world unless it is to protect the jungle.


That said, with every generation there are those Viera who long for a life beyond the verdant sea of trees and abandon their tribes to start a new life in the kingdom's cities. My guess is that this Fran is one such individual.
Who also happens to be the only individual we know who can guide us to the monastery, kupo!
It seems Forename's sword arm won't be enough to see us through this predicament. He'll need to don the right mantle of a diplomat if we're to convince the alliances and the East Aldenard Trading Company to grant us aid. What could go wrong!?
(- Hancock -)

Yes, yes, I know you said not to call unless it was urgent, but this is urgent. All right, not exactly, but my superiors have come to a decision on your request, and I thought you might want to hear what they had to say.


Oh, and let me preempt any request for immediate disclosure with a reminder that the information is much too sensitive to discuss over linkpearl. Meet me at the Ruby Bazaar posthaste and I shall duly apprise you of their judgment.
Well then, Forename. What are we waiting for?
Do not be put off by Lady Fran. The general has quite the edge to her, but it is only because she wants what is best for the resistance.
I've finally come to accept Ba'Gamnan is gone for good, but I will never forget how he met his end. I cannot allow my hatred to consume me as it did him.
Fran is not too bad, once you're on her good side─her only good side being her backside...but you didn't hear that from me.

I've read about how you united the whole of Eorzea under a single standard and convinced the Holy See to end a thousand-year conflict. Compared to that, asking for a few soldiers and a coffer or three of gil should be a piece of rolanberry cake!


Ah, I suppose we should inform Bwagi down at Kugane Landing of our progress. You mentioned he was to keep an eye on us.
Do not be put off by Lady Fran. The general has quite the edge to her, but it is only because she wants what is best for the resistance.
I've finally come to accept Ba'Gamnan is gone for good, but I will never forget how he met his end. I cannot allow my hatred to consume me as it did him.
Fran is not too bad, once you're on her good side─her only good side being her backside...but you didn't hear that from me.
So you've an answer from East Aldenard already. Impressive. It would seem the Lady Fran has underestimated your influence amongst the realm's players. I assume you have no objections to me joining you then.
I've informed Bwagi of our situation. We are ready to make for the Ruby Bazaar when you are.
I've finally come to accept Ba'Gamnan is gone for good, but I will never forget how he met his end. I cannot allow my hatred to consume me as it did him.
Fran is not too bad, once you're on her good side─her only good side being her backside...but you didn't hear that from me.
Hancock awaits us in the Bazaar. Shall we, Forename?
Enter the Ruby Bazaar?
Quest Completed
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Whenever you are ready, Forename.
Rinok and I will stay here with the airship. Our last foray into the city was met with one too many cold stares for my liking.
Vessels such as ours require extensive maintenance to remain skyworthy. You and Bwagi take as long as you need.
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Have I your permission to depart, Forename!? Every moment we tarry here, my sister, she─!
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What will you say?

Of course, Ramza.


Now is not the best of times.

Then hold on. I've set engines to full speed!


No, it is the worst of times! I beg of you. Do not ask me to wait any longer. For Alma's sake.
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Was the power I sensed beyond the rift─ Was that the High Seraph?
I told her. I told her this was a mistake, and now look what has happened. If you were wise, you'd toss all the remaining shards into Hells' Lid and cut your losses. But you've no more wisdom than Ba'Gamnan. And that's why the High Seraph has already won.
What do we do!? What do we do!? We cannot just leave poor Alma to become one of those...one of those...monsters, kupo!
I think we saw enough to prove that Ultima is no angel, kupo. But if she's not...then what is she!?
I've been such a fool...and now I've lost my daughter. Will you ever forgive me, Tia?
I cannot believe what I just witnessed... I won't believe it. I won't. There. It didn't happen.

I have good news and bad news, Forename. The bad news is that it appears the High Seraph was able to employ the Otius as a catalyst to propel her magicks beyond whatever seal she is trapped behind. The good news is, this means my device should function as intended.


Its design is based off of one of Moenbryda's. It repurposes the logic behind her aetheric siphon into a means of disrupting aetherflow by reversing common wavelengths and─


And let us just say it has already been calibrated to match the energy emitted by the Otius. As long as Ultima continues to wield the Otius, we should be able to interfere.


But it only works if we can find Alma. Which is why we must make haste.
Don't tell me... I can see it in your eyes. The auracite claimed another victim. You were fools to think you'd fare any better than Ba'Gamnan. Fools, all of you.
What happened here? Is everything alright?
Now Ramza is gone? Oh, dearest Tia, what have I done? What have I done!?
Quest Completed
If you need help finding Ramza, do not hesitate to ask. We are here to help. It is what Ba'Gamnan would have wanted.
Is the boy's father well? I cannot imagine what he is going through. Losing his daughter, only to lose his son moments after her return...
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