|Start NPC||Perih Vashai - Windurst Woods (K-7)|
|Requirements||Ranger Level 50+|
|Items Needed||Old Earring|
|Repeatable||Yes, after erasing AF memory.|
|← Previous Quest||Next Quest →|
|Sin Hunting||Unbridled Passion and|
Borghertz's Chasing Hands
- You must be on the Ranger job to flag this quest. If you have just completed Sin Hunting you must rezone.
- Talk to Perih Vashai in Windurst Woods (K-7) for a cutscene.
- Talk to Koh Lenbalalako inside the blacksmithing guild in Mhaura (F-9) twice for a cutscene.
- Enter Eldieme Necropolis from Batallia Downs ( ) for a cutscene.
- Examine the gravestone in the southern chamber (G-9) for a cutscene.
- If you do not have the Magicked astrolabe, you will need a friend to activate the gate lever for you.
- Return to Perih Vashai for a cutscene.
- The next step requires the Ranger ability Scavenge. Ensure that Ranger is set as your main or support job.
- Go to Castle Oztroja, the pool at (H-9) of Map 4.
- Yagudo along your path detect by sight and are level 20-49, and will aggro players below level 68.
- From the entrance, go to (I-8) of Map 1 and stand on the trapdoor. Activate one of the switches and immediately run off of the trapdoor. If the door does not open, try the other switch instead. Enter Map 3.
- Go to (G-8) and solve the combination lock to enter Map 4.
- The combination lock solution changes every game day. Today's combination can be seen in the hidden room at (I-10), or bruteforced.
- Use Scavenge while standing in the pool to find an Old Earring. This may require several attempts.
- Return to Perih Vashai and trade her the Old Earring for a final cutscene and your reward.
- Optional: Talk to Gioh Ajihri (K-5) for additional dialogue.
- Perih Vashai (Vashai's residence, Windurst Woods)
- Go to Mhaura and meet Koh Lenbalalako. It is said that she knows the whereabouts of the sinner's daughter.
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