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ON-qico-Zone Story.png Help the Pact troops at Vivec's Antlers.
Zone: Stonefalls
Zone StoryThis quest is part of the Zone Story
Faction: Ebonheart Pact
Quest Giver: Alvos Orain at Fort Virak
Location(s): Vivec's Antlers
Reward: Very Low Leveled Gold
XP Gain: Very Low Experience XP
ID: 5043
Karalgar and Arethil at Vivec's Antlers
A soldier at Fort Virak told me the Pact military is focusing their efforts at the land coral maze known as Vivec's Antlers.

Quick Walkthrough[edit]

  1. Talk to Alvos Orain at Fort Virak.
  2. Go to Vivec's Antlers.
  3. Talk to Karalgar.

Detailed Walkthrough[edit]

Alvos Orain at Fort Virak will inform you that there is trouble at Vivec's Antlers. You need to head south from Fort Virak, past Lukiul Uxith, Hrogar's Hold and the Sulfur Pools. Then, head east towards Ebonheart. Vivec's Antlers is located on the beach north of Ebonheart. When you arrive, speak with Karalgar about what you can do to help.

Quest Stages[edit]

A Higher Priority
Finishes Quest Journal Entry
Finishes quest☑ I should go to Vivec's Antlers and report to the soldiers there.
Objective: Report in at Vivec's Antlers
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