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Quest:Guardian of Yggdrasil

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Guardian of Yggdrasil
RO NidhoggrsNest.jpg
Inside Yggdrasil's roots.
Info
Start
Yggdrasil Gatekeeper
End
Arioss
OR
Laphine Prisoner
Prerequisites none
Level 70
Location Splendide
Rewards Experience, Items
Progression
Previous Next
Messenger none

Objectives[edit | edit source]

Find out more about the mysterious door in the Yggdrasil Roots.

Summary[edit | edit source]

A great stone gate stands before you. The sculpture of a terrible dragon spreads its powerful-looking wings. Near the bottom of the gate, Laphine tribeswomen have been turned to stone and now look like they are part of the great door.

[Move closer to look more carefully.]

A mysterious power prevents you from getting too close. It looks like there is something strong beyond the door...

Perhaps there's a great hidden secret beyond the gate, beyond expectation. It would be better to go back to camp and inform the others and ask for help.

Notes[edit | edit source]

  • You will have the choice to seek help from either Laphines or Saphas several times throughout the quest.
  • The Nidhoggr's Nest instance is very difficult and will require a strong party to complete.

Rewards[edit | edit source]

Completion[edit | edit source]

"Things have actually become like this... as priests of the Guardian, it's our responsibility... I wish to show you our gratitude on behalf of all Laphines. This must all be very hard for our commander... It can't compare with the effort you have put in for us... but please accept our token of friendship. If we can help you with anything in the future, we will do all we can to assist you. Once again, thank you."

"Yes... I heard your conversation with the Sapha tribe... If our tribe were to really trust in the Sapha tribe... I don't know. Our hatred towards them has already reached an abnormal level. Those giants... can they really be trusted? It's... it's better if you don't believe the one called Etorr... the minds of the Sapha tribe are unpredictable."

External Links[edit | edit source]