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ON-qico-Zone Story.png Discover the truth behind Sea Elf raids on Galen.
Zone: Galen
Zone StoryThis quest is part of the Zone Story
Quest Giver: Dhulef
Location(s): Galen and Y'ffelon
Next Quest: Tides of Ruin
Reward: Mornard Noble Breeches
Y'ffelon's Face Brand
1 Skill Point
Leveled Gold
ID: 6849
 
Vicious Sea Elf raids and strife among the druid circles beset the beautiful island of Galen. House Mornard requires capable adventurers to help restore peace to the isle.


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A Sea of Troubles
Finishes Quest Journal Entry
I should speak with Lord Bacaro Volorus of the Society of the Steadfast.
Objective: Talk to Lord Bacaro Volorus
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