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Subquest.png Peace and Quiet
Type Side
Daily Yes
Class [[]]
Act Act {{{act}}}, Chapter {{{chapter}}}
Level 14
Preceded by [[]]
Followed by [[]]
Given by Ahwak
Starts in Croaker Lagoon
Also occurs in
Ends in Croaker Lagoon
Turn in to Ahwak
Rewards {{{rewards}}}
Rewards 810 XP
2 Viridian Valor Stone.png Viridian Valor Stone
1 Viridian Reward Chest.png Viridian Reward Chest
Premium Level {{{plvl}}}
Duration {{{duration}}}

First available after completing Campaignquest.png Act 1, Chapter 15: Grin and Bear It.

Objectives[edit | edit source]

  1. Speak with Ahwak
  2. Defeat Ploggosaurs and Hex Ploggles (0/12)
    Gather Dreamgrass
  3. Speak with Ahwak

Dialogue[edit | edit source]

1. Speak with Ahwak

"Do you mind giving me a hand?"
"I'm a warrior-in-training, just like my buddy Nagan over in Jadestone. We both came to learn powerful martial arts from Old Man Cho.
Except we haven't learned a thing. Nagan spends all day fishing and I'm supposed to sit beside this lake and meditate.
If Old Man Cho wants to see meditation, I'll show him meditation. I just need you to do a couple things for me. (Old Man Cho's techniques better be worth it.)"
What can I do?
"First, kill as many of these noisy Ploggles as you can. Their croaking makes it impossible to focus. Second, I need some Dreamgrass."
What's Dreamgrass?
"Dreamgrass is a local herb. A little bit of it will put me in a trance so deep, I'll have no choice but to meditate. All right, so kill the Ploggles and get me Dreamgrass. Easy, right?"
"Their croaking is giving me a headache."

2. Defeat Ploggosaurs and Hex Ploggles (0/12)
Gather Dreamgrass

3. Speak with Ahwak

"It's certainly quieter."
"Thank you for taking care of those damned Ploggles. It's much quieter now. Did you find any Dreamgrass?"
"Ah, this will work wonderfully. More Ploggles will come through, so please stop by and help me thin them out again tomorrow."
"Thanks for the help."