Settle the Score

Caleb Batharen: A year ago I lost my daughter to the largest boar in the forest.

I have tracked him since, trading blows back and forth. But this time…

Let’s just say I don’t have much time left.

All I wish for is vengeance. Please , avenge us so that my soul can leave this plane and join my daughter, wherever she may be.

QUEST OBJECTIVES

Kill Chartusk in Foxhollow Woods.

Settle the Score

 

Bolas and Birds

Harold Beckett: Up in the mountains we know the value of a good hunting companion. We use bolas to shoot down our flying prey, then our retrievers go and bring us our kill!

You want to take a shot? Nickel can accompany you. Shoot down some of the falcons in the woods. My dog will finish the job.

QUEST OBJECTIVES

Shoot down 6 Hollowbeak Falcons with the Bola Launcher.

Bolas and Birds

 

An Element of Danger

Harold Beckett: These nobles really think killing weasels is the mark of a good hunter? Ha! It ain’t hunting if there isn’t a bit of danger involved. There are boars in these woods. That’s more our speed out in the mountains! Why don’t you kill some of those, then bring me their tusks as proof?

QUEST OBJECTIVES

Collect 8 Rugged Boar Tusks.

An Element of Danger

 

The Stoat Hunt

Abbey Watkins: One of the greatest hunting sports amongst the nobles of Boralus is the stoat hunt. It is a sport of determination, patience, and skill. Do you think you can rise to the challenge?

Stoats are agile, sneaky, and sharp. They’re next to impossible to catch out in the forest, so the best way to find one is to find its burrow and scare it out.

Find their burrows and bring back their pelts. Their fur is soft and much loved amongst the nobles.

QUEST OBJECTIVES

Collect 5 Soft Stoat Pelts from Faintstep Stoats.

The Stoat Hunt

 

The Norwington Festival

Formal Invitation: To whomever receives this invitation, You are cordially invited to the 15th annual Norwington Equestrian and Hunt Festival! People of all walks of life from across Kul Tiras shall gather to delight in life’s greatest competitions, equestrianism and hunting, while meeting those of like minds and fine tastes. Hunting events shall start first, led by Abbey Watkins in Foxhollow Woods. They shall be followed by equestrian events at the Norwington Estate. We hope to see you there posthaste!

QUEST OBJECTIVES

Meet Abbey Watkins at the edge of Foxhollow Woods.

 

The Beauty of Marketing

Wulferd Fizzbracket: While us Fizzbrackets may not be goblins, we still know a business opportunity when we see one! The resort staff is getting trained, the place is getting cleaned up, now all we need is some quality marketing! Behold! The wondrous Gnomish engineering feat that is the S.E.L.F.I.E. Camera! Now, if only there was a generous willing to capture the radiance of this place. Make sure you look like you’re enjoying yourself out there!

QUEST OBJECTIVES

Take S.E.L.F.I.E.s with the resort’s sights and wildlife.

  • Midland Stag captured
  • Geyser captured
  • Waterfall captured
  • Ruined Robot captured
  • Rustfur Wolf captured

The Beauty of Marketing

 

An Explosive Opportunity

Lead Guide Zipwrench: You there! Do I have the most AMAZING opportunity for you? A gnome named Wulferd Fizzbracket is on the eve of a breakthrough and could use an intrepid business partner that’s on the brawnier side. Such as a (class) like yourself. Just follow the road east until you reach Fizzsprings Resort, the most fantastical wonder of nature. Wulferd is the type that stands out from the crowd.

QUEST OBJECTIVES

Speak with Wulferd Fizzbracket at the Fizzsprings Resort.

An Explosive Opportunity

 

A Lesson on Trust

Tallis Skyheart: The men in the fort were once under my command, and so, they are now my responsibility. Each of them should have a badge we use for identifying individuals under certain circumstances. I would ask you to bring back a number of these as proof of thinning their ranks. These men are no longer soldiers of Boralus, and as such, no longer deserve to carry the Proudmoore anchor.

QUEST OBJECTIVES

Retrieve 8 Marine Identification Badges.

A Lesson on Trust