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Wraith of the Wraithbloom

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Subquest.png Wraith of the Wraithbloom
Wraith of the Wraithbloom.png
Type Side
Daily No
Class [[{{{class}}}]]
Act Act , Chapter
Level {{{level}}}
Preceded by [[]]
Followed by [[]]
Given by Mok Jungin
Starts in The Stumpyards
Also occurs in {{{locations}}}
Ends in The Stumpyards
Turn in to Mok Jungin
Rewards {{{rewards}}}
Rewards 2100 XP
Premium Level {{{plvl}}}
Duration {{{duration}}}

Objectives[edit | edit source]

  1. Talk to Mok Jungin
  2. Harvest Sabertooth Bulbari Leaves (0/10)
  3. Report to Mok Jungin

Dialogue[edit | edit source]

1. Talk to Mok Jungin

"Ever cut down a tree and look at its rings? There's one ring for every year of its life. And each ring tells a story of that year. Thick rings signify years the tree was healthy. Thin rings are scars from fire, pestilence, or drought. I think people are a lot like trees. You can recover from a sickness, but sometimes you carry those scars with you over your entire lifetime. Take the villagers you saved from the Wraithbloom's mind control. They're safe now, and their minds are their own, but they aren't out of the woods yet... People who have been poisoned by Wraithbloom are plagued by fierce headaches, sudden unexplained fevers, and even hallucinations for the rest of their lives. It is not a pretty sight, Jyan. The Silver Cauldron folks say that a drinking tea made from Bulbari leaves can lessen the severity of their symptoms. If you find some of those herbs, please bring them here."

2. Harvest Sabertooth Bulbari Leaves (0/10)

3. Report to Mok Jungin

"You look like someone who's wrestled with Bulbari. The dozens of tiny little razorleaf cuts all up and down your arms and legs give it away."
Here are the herbs.
"This may look like a stack of dead leaves to you, but to the Wraithbloom victims in this village, it's much more than that. This medicine guarantees the victims in this town their first night's sleep in weeks and maybe more. Thank you, Jyan."