Quest:Convulsing Patient Suppression

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Convulsing Patient Suppression
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Somewhere in Verus City.
Info
Start Record Piece
End
Lona Fresa
Prerequisites 1 Record Piece
Level 140
Location Verus City
Rewards Experience, Items
Progression
Previous Next
Memory Records of the Laboratories Rekenber's Invitation

Objectives[edit | edit source]

Help the air raid bunker nurse Lapplad suppress patients that have started convulsing.

Summary[edit | edit source]

"Sorry, did you wait long? There are a lot of patients suspected of being infected as you can see."

[Not really.]

"Eh? You didn't wait? That's strange. Did you cut in line? Cutting is bad.

As you know, there are infected who are suddenly showing strange side effects.

Um... Ah... Oh!! I don't see any problematic symptoms. How fortunate. We're having trouble because of patients suddenly convulsing. Look here, my skin is getting dry from not being able to sleep for days."

Thudunk!! Babang!! Crash!!

"Yes... Just like that.

Argh!! Another convulsing patient!

Hey, aren't you an adventurer? You must be really strong. Can you suppress the convulsing patient? I am counting on you."

Notes[edit | edit source]

  • This quest can only be begun by consuming a Record Piece.
  • You have only 22 hours to complete this quest before you are blocked.

Rewards[edit | edit source]

  • 725,000 Base EXP
  • 750,000 Job EXP

In Progress[edit | edit source]

"Ee~ee~ek~~!!

Take those patients down quickly! You're an adventurer!"

Completion[edit | edit source]

"I'm sorry. Right now, I'm a little busy with several problems. It would be better if we speak later."

[I have something urgent to tell you.]

"What?! What is going on?"

Explain the current situation at the temporary clinic.

"Patients are convulsing simultaneously... this is not good.

I got it. We need to take measures."

A small round capsule percolates through your skin. It feels like experience has been accumulated.

"Thank you for informing me."

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