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the adventures of reine du fromage de blight

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Author: velveeta

daily quests, part 4 - ruxus ruckus, part b

Posted by velveeta Monday May 16 2016 at 5:54PM
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continuing where we left off, standing in the door of the mill is normand the gnomish farmer.  as you can see, he has a task he would like you to perform.  speak to him and listen to the tale of woe he has to tell.

checking your quest journal, you will see that you need to kill 20 small ruxus (ruxii?).  ruxus are a damp, squishy, watery sounding creature; even the small ones are bigger than any but a hatchling or maybe a half giant.  they are nasty and gross and it is a pleasure to kill them.  also, remember that for this quest, only small ruxus count, altho.....  well, more on that in a minute, i am getting ahead of myself.

the instructions from your quest journal are kinda vague, and some of the oldtimers who haven't played prolly won't recognize the area they patrol, at least at first - dalimond and its surroundings have been redesigned.  the ruxus can be found south (behind) the mill, in what used to be one of the best elm forests in the game (hence, the remaining woodworking station).  even then, tho, ruxus, and their more barky cousins, the arbotus (o man, they are fun, more in a few) hung out in the area, making it an interesting crafting session.

so, start beating up on small ruxus (my fave tactic is to run up their butts and nail em from the inside, like jonah and the whale).  if you are higher than level 25 or so, chances are you will run out of small ruxus before long, so feel free to smack the regular ones around.  just remember, they don't count.  at a couple points, i even ran out of those, so i beat on the arbotus.  they are fun, because when they die, a squirrel comes out of the mouth and screams at you.

once you have sown your field of corpses, check your journal and chat for confirmation before returning to normand.  head back to the mill and speak to the farmer to get your reward.


that is the last of the 'timed' quests we will look at for now.  when next we meet, i will tell you about an important type of adventure quest that all players can and should take up when appropriate.  more about it and them later!

velveeta writes: alert oldtimers will notice that i am beating on them with a fitting mallet.  the bennie of being a full master monk......  ;-) Mon May 16 2016 6:01PM Report writes:
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