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What Death Can Join Together

Featurequest1 Icon.png Lv. 60   What Death Can Join Together
Quest

Journal detail hr1 07.png Acquisition
Wiltwaek: Mor Dhona - Fogfens - The Seventh Heaven (x:23, y:8.7)

Map33 Icon.pngClosest Aetheryte: Revenant's Toll

Journal detail hr1 08.png Requirements
071341.png58Burden of ProofFeaturequest1 Icon.png Burden of Proof (Level 58)

Alchemist Icon 3.png Alchemist (Level 60)

Journal detail hr1 03.png Rewards

662,500
Experience Points

1,563
Gil
Guaranteed
Craftsman's Competence Materia IV
Craftsman's Cunning Materia IV
Craftsman's Command Materia IV
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Journal detail hr1 04.png Description
Wiltwaek has a look of victory to him.
In order to complete this quest, you must have learned the advanced recipes contained within Master Alchemist III.
Journal detail hr1 01.png Objectives
Journal detail hr1 02.png Unlocks Quests
071341.png60Not Quite Dead YetFeaturequest1 Icon.png Not Quite Dead Yet (Level 60)

Journal detail hr1 08.png Items Involved
Spectrolium
Journal detail hr1 07.png NPCs Involved
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WiltwaekChaneneRammbroesSeverianWaoud
 

  • Wiltwaek has a look of victory to him.
In order to complete this quest, you must have learned the advanced recipes contained within Master Alchemist III.
  • It seems your suspect has provided the name of the mastermind: Waoud, an alchemist from the Near East. Chanene has gone to ascertain more about these so-called clones from the Sons of Saint Coinach. Venture to their headquarters at Saint Coinach's Find to find out what she has learned.
  • Chanene has learned much about the clones from Rammbroes. They are empty vessels, without souls, and from this Chanene hypothesizes that Waoud means to transfer his own spirit into younger copies of himself, and gain eternal life in the process. She breathlessly tells you that Waoud has established a new base to the southeast of Revenant's Toll. Meet her there to capture this criminal mastermind.
  • You capture Waoud without a struggle. Wiltwaek finds this perplexing, and asks you await him at your usual spot in Revenant's Toll so he may question the suspect.
  • You find Wiltwaek frustrated. It seems that Waoud is now denying that he is Waoud, and that he is an alchemist. Given that the evidence against him is circumstantial, Wiltwaek bids you take the one thing found on your suspect─a copy of Noble Gold─to Guildmaster Severian, and ask him for proof that Waoud is your master criminal.
  • Severian gives you two important pieces of information. Firstly, only the very best of alchemists can create a copy of Noble Gold. Secondly, each alchemist's aether has a unique color to it, which is transferred to any grimoires created through the enchanted ink inscribed within. While normally invisible to the naked eye, the guildmaster has invented a powder to render it visible─spectrolium. With this, you can prove that Waoud created the copy of Noble Gold, and that he is a master alchemist. Return now to Wiltwaek with the good news.
  • You hand the spectrolium to a grateful Wiltwaek and explain its purpose. Now, your friend informs you, all that is left to do is to create another high-quality copy of Noble Gold to prove that Severian's concoction is sound. Craft one now to use at Waoud's trial.
In order to complete this quest, you must have learned the advanced recipes contained within Master Alchemist III.
  • You watch as Wiltwaek painstakingly crafts his argument from each and every piece of evidence you obtained. With Chanene's help, he also effectively demonstrates that Waoud is indeed a master alchemist, and therefore the architect of these foul murders. However, even when accused point blank, Waoud is strangely silent. You look across the floor, and see the Near Eastern youth─whose eyes suddenly stare back at you. The clone makes a bolt for the door, and Chanene realizes that Waoud must have already transferred his soul into this once-empty vessel. Though Wiltwaek is slow on the uptake, he nevertheless charges and subdues the new Waoud. Speak with him now to wrap up this case once and for all.
  • Wiltwaek and Chanene both thank you for your aid as a consulting alchemist, and hope that you will have happier reason to work together in the future.
※The next alchemist quest will be available from Severian once you have met the following requirements:
※ You must have registered a product key for FINAL FANTASY XIV: Stormblood to your service account.
※ You must have completed the main scenario quest “The Far Edge of Fate.”

We questioned our culprit further, Forename. He told us everything once safely ensconced in his cell!


We had believed our suspects were a crew of criminals. However, they are merely hired help, cheap and disposable. All but one─a single aging alchemist. This is our true mastermind.


Waoud is his name. He is feared in Thavnair, his homeland, for a complete lack of scruples and pursuing experiments no man should.


I've also inquired into these clones. The Sons of Saint Coinach know something of the technology. Chanene has gone to their camp to learn more. Would you join her there?
Quest Accepted
Quest Completed

Rammbroes has told me all about your escapades in the Crystal Tower, Forename. Why didn't you say you'd met honest-to-gods clones?


I've just spoken with Master Rammbroes. In his research into Allag's lost arts, he has come across the term “clones.”


Well, according to him, clones are empty vessels for the most part─soulless and unthinking. So what if Waoud transferred his own spirit into a clone, again and again? Eternal life could be his!


That's his motive! It explains everything. He stole the relics to dissect Allag's technology, and he stole the people from their beds to test it!


The mute Hyur we found is one such copy. His original must not have survived the process that created the clone─hence the body in the barrel!


I'll bet the Near Eastern youth is a copy, as well. Of whom, though?


We can sort that out later. I believe Waoud has a new hideout to the southeast of Revenant's Toll. Join me there, and we'll put a stop to this once and for all!
I'm anxious to learn what Chanene discovers in Saint Coinach's Find.
Quest Completed

Ah, Forename. Chanene has asked about clones, but I can tell her no more than you─that they were copies of people, given life through Allagan technology.


A friend of Chanene's, I take it? Well, I will tell you what I told her. The word “clone” does appear in the annals of Allag. From context, I believe it refers to created life.


Few men know the word. That a researcher, an alchemist no less, would try to recreate this art of Allag is as astounding as it is terrifying. The Sons will be vigilant.
Ready?
In we go!
We got him! Hah! The case is closed!
But is it, my dear? Is it really?

This is too convenient for my taste. He'd known we were chasing him since Saint Coinach's Find. He'll swing for his crimes, most like─why come quietly?


He must have a card he's not yet played... I'll interrogate him and find out what. Come, let us return to our usual spot.
Hah! We've trapped the bastard!
Quest Completed

Ah, Forename. Chanene has asked about clones, but I can tell her no more than you─that they were copies of people, given life through Allagan technology.


A friend of Chanene's, I take it? Well, I will tell you what I told her. The word “clone” does appear in the annals of Allag. From context, I believe it refers to created life.


Few men know the word. That a researcher, an alchemist no less, would try to recreate this art of Allag is as astounding as it is terrifying. The Sons will be vigilant.
Chanene's sent word that Waoud's at his hideout! Quickly, to the south!

Well, Waoud is now insisting he is not Waoud! Would that I could just beat the truth out of him...but I've got to prove his guilt, or he walks free.


The question is how. We have the means to prove a master alchemist was behind this. But on that basis alone, I could implicate Jalzahn, Severian...or you!


I jest, of course! No, to convict him we must prove Waoud is Waoud, and your equal as an alchemist. Could you look into that, with your guildmaster's aid?


Waoud had this copy of Noble Gold on him. Severian will want to examine it, I suspect. I just hope it proves to be the evidence we need.
Quest Completed

Ah, Forename. Chanene has asked about clones, but I can tell her no more than you─that they were copies of people, given life through Allagan technology.


A friend of Chanene's, I take it? Well, I will tell you what I told her. The word “clone” does appear in the annals of Allag. From context, I believe it refers to created life.


Few men know the word. That a researcher, an alchemist no less, would try to recreate this art of Allag is as astounding as it is terrifying. The Sons will be vigilant.

The mastermind is an alchemist called Waoud? The name sounds familiar. And now you need a means to prove his guilt...


That seems an awfully mundane use of my skills. Ah, but it might be the perfect opportunity to test my latest creation!


He had a copy of Noble Gold on him, yes? Very few have the skill to craft such a tome. Waoud himself may have fashioned this one. Prove he did, and you demonstrate that he is a master alchemist.


Now, each alchemist's aether has a unique color. When drawing geometries with enchanted ink, this hue is passed to the pages of a grimoire.


There has never been a way to detect the shade of this aetherial signature. Until now, that is.


I have a powder that renders this color visible to the naked eye. If my aether is purple, then sprinkling the dust over a grimoire I made will reveal the same shade of purple.


I call it spectrolium, and I daresay this invention of mine will be sufficient to prove who crafted that copy of Noble Gold. Here is an onze. Take it to Wiltwaek.

I wonder what Waoud meant to do with his copy of Noble Gold?


Perhaps Severian will know that as well.
Quest Completed

Ah, Forename. Chanene has asked about clones, but I can tell her no more than you─that they were copies of people, given life through Allagan technology.


A friend of Chanene's, I take it? Well, I will tell you what I told her. The word “clone” does appear in the annals of Allag. From context, I believe it refers to created life.


Few men know the word. That a researcher, an alchemist no less, would try to recreate this art of Allag is as astounding as it is terrifying. The Sons will be vigilant.
A powder that reveals the color of aether? Heh... Severian is something else, no matter his quirks. May I have a look?

Marvelous! But we'll need more than the dust. We must have a copy of Noble Gold crafted by another's hand to show the color of Waoud's version is unique.


No doubt you see where I'm going with this. For the sake of the trial, could you create a copy of the grimoire?
System
In order to complete this quest, you must have learned the advanced recipes contained within Master Alchemist III.
Spectrolium... Yet another wonder sprung from my genius. I daresay Wiltwaek will agree.
Quest Completed

Ah, Forename. Chanene has asked about clones, but I can tell her no more than you─that they were copies of people, given life through Allagan technology.


A friend of Chanene's, I take it? Well, I will tell you what I told her. The word “clone” does appear in the annals of Allag. From context, I believe it refers to created life.


Few men know the word. That a researcher, an alchemist no less, would try to recreate this art of Allag is as astounding as it is terrifying. The Sons will be vigilant.

Preparations for the trial are underway, Forename. The Adventurers' Guild has sent impartial judges to review the facts.


The evidence has been organized, and guards are standing ready to take Waoud from his cell to the Seventh Heaven. All we need to begin is your copy of Noble Gold.
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Quest Completed

Ah, Forename. Chanene has asked about clones, but I can tell her no more than you─that they were copies of people, given life through Allagan technology.


A friend of Chanene's, I take it? Well, I will tell you what I told her. The word “clone” does appear in the annals of Allag. From context, I believe it refers to created life.


Few men know the word. That a researcher, an alchemist no less, would try to recreate this art of Allag is as astounding as it is terrifying. The Sons will be vigilant.
The Near Eastern youth was Waoud's clone! Who would've thought it?
How could we have missed that? He meant to gain eternal life by transferring his soul to a new vessel─the younger the body, the longer he could use it.

Very true. I've a suspicion that Waoud allowed us to apprehend his copy─a guaranteed escape route, if ever he were captured.


Rest assured, he will pay for his crimes. He meant to live on borrowed time, and we will make him suffer for all of it!


But justice was served! We couldn't have done it without you, Forename. I hope we meet again─though I'd be pleased to give another grisly murder a miss!
But the thrill of solving it was something, eh? Let's hope we meet next under happier circumstances. Until then, Forename!
Quest Completed
System
This concludes the alchemist quests for FINAL FANTASY XIV: Heavensward. In order to undertake the next series of quests, you must first meet the following requirements:

※ You must have registered a product key for FINAL FANTASY XIV: Stormblood to your service account. ※ You must have completed the main scenario quest “The Far Edge of Fate.”


Once you have done so, the next alchemist quest will be available from Severian.
Whew... That was too exciting for my blood. But at least the case is over!
Quest Completed

Ah, Forename. Chanene has asked about clones, but I can tell her no more than you─that they were copies of people, given life through Allagan technology.


A friend of Chanene's, I take it? Well, I will tell you what I told her. The word “clone” does appear in the annals of Allag. From context, I believe it refers to created life.


Few men know the word. That a researcher, an alchemist no less, would try to recreate this art of Allag is as astounding as it is terrifying. The Sons will be vigilant.
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The Noble Gold can be purchased from the market board, allowing this quest to be completed without having acquired the Master Alchemist III.

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