The Price of Peace

Receive two bags of food offerings from the Rhinostery, and deliver one bag to each of the Yagudo who stand by the altars of offerings in Giddeus. Don't forget to report back to the Rhinostery after completing the mission.

Information

Name: Windurst 1-3 - The Price of Peace
How to begin: talk to any Windurstian gate guard
Repeatable: No
Mission Type: quest
Areas: Giddeus

Last mission: The Heart of the Matter
Next mission: Lost for Words
Rewatch CS: Dienger / Windurst Waters (F-5)

Requirements to sign up: The Heart of the Matter complete
Required items: -
Reward: rank 3, 1,000 gil

Strategy

After accepting the mission, talk to Leepe-Hoppe on top of the Rhinostery in Windurst Waters (J-9), who will give you offerings to deliver to the Yagudo. Head over to Giddeus from West Sarutabaruta (F-8). Taking either the eastern or western path first (you will need to do both), head south-eastern/western to Laa Mozi at (H-7) and Ghoo Pakya at (G-7), each of whom will take one of your offerings. Return to Leepe-Hoppe for a cutscene, and then report to a gate guard to complete the mission.

Script

Mission Briefing

Note: The conversation with Ohbiru-Dohbiru is optional.

Ohbiru-Dohbiru: You're the adventurer who accepted our mission for today? Leepe-Hoppe has prepared the food offerings for you to take to Giddeus. He's waiting on the rooftop orchard right above us.
To get to the roof, go outside and take the stairs on the side of the building.
Leepe-Hoppe: ♪What? Speak up! What's that you say?
You're the help from the gatehouse, eh?
Here you go… Sorry for all the fuss.
Today's offering for the altars of Giddeus.
In these bags are Yagudo's favorite cherries.
These should give those ugly old beastmen their merries.
If you are wondering why there're now two bags,
it's cause there're two altars in Giddeus's crags.
A Yagudo by each altar stands.
To each of them you hand.
And though an offering you do bear,
those Yagudo may attack you there.
So take precautions, be prepared…
Lest you retur in states impaired!♪

At Giddeus

Laa Mozi: Good! We are taking smoothskin's food offering. Quawk! But now you must be leaving! Quawk!
Ghoo Pakya: You be coming long way to deliver this, kyah? You be telling other smoothskins to keep offerings coming! Kyah-kyah-kyah!

After Returning

Leepe-Hoppe: We of the Rhinostery would like to
explore the underground canals too.
And investigate why the great beast
disappeared after the war ceased.
But the entrance to the canals in Windurst Walls,
has been off-limits for twenty years, 'spite our calls.
Known only as the Priming Gate,
Cardians guard it as of late.
Ajido-Marujido: I know, I know. That's why I'm asking you for your cooperation.
Our objectives coincide… I'm in search of Karaha-Baruha's laboratory, and you're in search of the great beast's lair.
Leepe-Hoppe: But opening the Priming Gate is no easy thing,
the key is our Rhinostery minister's ring.
And Minister Rukususu wouldn't to you lend,
her ring even if you were really her friend.
Ajido-Marujido: You don't get what I'm saying. That's why I'm asking you! Listen. On the night Rukususu comes back from the Northlands…

Ajido-Marujido sees the player character.

Ajido-Marujido: …Let's continue this discussion later! Ta-taru!

Ajido-Marujido leaves.

Leepe-Hoppe: Back from Giddeus now, I see!
Your mission's done. What joy, what glee!
Oh, that was the Orastery minister, Ajido-Marujido,
who wants to go to Karaha-Baruha's lab in the canals so…
So it really is the truth, what the rumors say…
he's been asking about forbidden magic today.
I'm surprised he doesn't get caught without quibble,
by Windurst's Sibyl Guards and the great Star Sibyl.
Anyway, your task's complete, your mission done,
so return to the gatehouse where you begun.
Ha-ha! I'm sure something great,
awaits you back at the gate!


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