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Second Part of Event

RaykaRayka
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edited March 26 in General Chat
Akule: Fantastic Bae go out there and get materials for us and may hime lark bless you

everyone (milletians) running around town breaking ceramic laternpole and sign board to get stuff for Festival

and the worst part is nobody pick up small gems or green gems.... when we got quest scroll to trade it off from nora and caitin....
KensamaofmariRimbaud

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  • KensamaofmariKensamaofmari
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    I can see that in my mind, hilarious.
  • Raincloud95Raincloud95
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    It is a significantly larger pain in the butt compared to last weeks task lol. I am thankful for the quest scroll trade ins from caitin
  • IyasenuIyasenu
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    Go to Port Cobh and whack the wooden sign next to the Personal Shop space, it has increased drop rate of objects from whacking. It's the sign that mentions a 10,000,000 gold limit.

    Also rain boosts drop from from whacking objects, so making use of rain casting can help speed things along.

    And remember to pick up stuff around your character, since if the ground's too crowded, it'll prevent new objects from dropping.
  • dowiedowie
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    the quest sucks
  • HelsaHelsa
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    I punch the lights on my homestead and grab everything that drops even small gems and nails. When I get enough I go over to my dry oven and take my chances with synthesis. I've gotten blues and reds that way. If you keep the paper from fishing and use that in the synthesis it will extend the number of attempts you can make.
    starkiller1286Wolfsinger
  • KensamaofmariKensamaofmari
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    edited March 26
    It may be more efficient to run Alby for gems.

    Also, those who still have those HS shrubs can also gather gems and berries for random drops.
  • HelsaHelsa
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    It may be more efficient to run Alby for gems.

    Also, those who still have those HS shrubs can also gather gems and berries for random drops.

    I have put that to the test and it is not. Start off with synthesis until you exhaust your supplies, then go punch Nora's lights out or rather go punch her light. . . and then buy her quests. BTW she does NOT have a small to green quest.
  • AlshianAlshian
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    The fact that Milletians ended up attacking tir and everything it stands for...guides, agriculture, outdoor lighting, and that board that look like a man who let himself go.

    While all of its villagers, watching in horror as the beloved village ransacked of gems, nails, and berries.
    Kensamaofmaristarkiller1286Wolfsinger
  • KensamaofmariKensamaofmari
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    Alshian wrote: »
    The fact that Milletians ended up attacking tir and everything it stands for...guides, agriculture, outdoor lighting, and that board that look like a man who let himself go.

    While all of its villagers, watching in horror as the beloved village ransacked of gems, nails, and berries.

    And the blue bird never slept again
  • KensamaofmariKensamaofmari
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    Helsa wrote: »
    It may be more efficient to run Alby for gems.

    Also, those who still have those HS shrubs can also gather gems and berries for random drops.

    I have put that to the test and it is not. Start off with synthesis until you exhaust your supplies, then go punch Nora's lights out or rather go punch her light. . . and then buy her quests. BTW she does NOT have a small to green quest.

    Tir Graveyard has proven me efficient. Killing white spiders will drop a ton of green gems and at times red gems. You'll collect more than enough greens to trade for Blues
  • RaykaRayka
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    Helsa wrote: »
    It may be more efficient to run Alby for gems.

    Also, those who still have those HS shrubs can also gather gems and berries for random drops.

    I have put that to the test and it is not. Start off with synthesis until you exhaust your supplies, then go punch Nora's lights out or rather go punch her light. . . and then buy her quests. BTW she does NOT have a small to green quest.

    Caitin give small -> green gem
  • HelsaHelsa
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    edited March 27
    Helsa wrote: »
    It may be more efficient to run Alby for gems.

    Also, those who still have those HS shrubs can also gather gems and berries for random drops.

    I have put that to the test and it is not. Start off with synthesis until you exhaust your supplies, then go punch Nora's lights out or rather go punch her light. . . and then buy her quests. BTW she does NOT have a small to green quest.

    Tir Graveyard has proven me efficient. Killing white spiders will drop a ton of green gems and at times red gems. You'll collect more than enough greens to trade for Blues

    They do but so does the light next to Nora, which also drops blues and smalls.
    Rayka wrote: »
    Helsa wrote: »
    It may be more efficient to run Alby for gems.

    Also, those who still have those HS shrubs can also gather gems and berries for random drops.

    I have put that to the test and it is not. Start off with synthesis until you exhaust your supplies, then go punch Nora's lights out or rather go punch her light. . . and then buy her quests. BTW she does NOT have a small to green quest.

    Caitin give small -> green gem

    XD Big kissie for you! MWA!!!
  • DragoolfireDragoolfire
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    Barri is best for blues and reds.....
  • ChocolatChocolat
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    I also confirm that killing white spiders for green and red gems and then trading the extra green for blue ones is a very quick way to do the quest.
  • KensamaofmariKensamaofmari
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    Helsa wrote: »
    Helsa wrote: »
    It may be more efficient to run Alby for gems.

    Also, those who still have those HS shrubs can also gather gems and berries for random drops.

    I have put that to the test and it is not. Start off with synthesis until you exhaust your supplies, then go punch Nora's lights out or rather go punch her light. . . and then buy her quests. BTW she does NOT have a small to green quest.

    Tir Graveyard has proven me efficient. Killing white spiders will drop a ton of green gems and at times red gems. You'll collect more than enough greens to trade for Blues

    They do but so does the light next to Nora, which also drops blues and smalls.
    Rayka wrote: »
    Helsa wrote: »
    It may be more efficient to run Alby for gems.

    Also, those who still have those HS shrubs can also gather gems and berries for random drops.

    I have put that to the test and it is not. Start off with synthesis until you exhaust your supplies, then go punch Nora's lights out or rather go punch her light. . . and then buy her quests. BTW she does NOT have a small to green quest.

    Caitin give small -> green gem

    XD Big kissie for you! MWA!!!

    6 feet distance please xD
  • HelsaHelsa
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    Helsa wrote: »
    Helsa wrote: »
    It may be more efficient to run Alby for gems.

    Also, those who still have those HS shrubs can also gather gems and berries for random drops.

    I have put that to the test and it is not. Start off with synthesis until you exhaust your supplies, then go punch Nora's lights out or rather go punch her light. . . and then buy her quests. BTW she does NOT have a small to green quest.

    Tir Graveyard has proven me efficient. Killing white spiders will drop a ton of green gems and at times red gems. You'll collect more than enough greens to trade for Blues

    They do but so does the light next to Nora, which also drops blues and smalls.
    Rayka wrote: »
    Helsa wrote: »
    It may be more efficient to run Alby for gems.

    Also, those who still have those HS shrubs can also gather gems and berries for random drops.

    I have put that to the test and it is not. Start off with synthesis until you exhaust your supplies, then go punch Nora's lights out or rather go punch her light. . . and then buy her quests. BTW she does NOT have a small to green quest.

    Caitin give small -> green gem

    XD Big kissie for you! MWA!!!

    6 feet distance please xD

    My stars, how familiar! It's two metres in Canada.
    Kensamaofmari
  • ZordinaZordina
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    Please don't hate on me.. but I didn't read what the NPCs said. What materials need to be gathered? Please and Thank you!
  • KingEphyKingEphy
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    Zordina wrote: »
    Please don't hate on me.. but I didn't read what the NPCs said. What materials need to be gathered? Please and Thank you!

    You can always press 'Q' ingame to access your Quest Tab then 'Events'. All the information is there.
  • ZordinaZordina
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    KingEphy wrote: »
    Zordina wrote: »
    Please don't hate on me.. but I didn't read what the NPCs said. What materials need to be gathered? Please and Thank you!

    You can always press 'Q' ingame to access your Quest Tab then 'Events'. All the information is there.

    Oh Geez I didn't even see the quest in there. Thanks. It's time for bed I think,
  • AlshianAlshian
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    Remember folks, its better to read...or look at the quest info :DDDD