Online:Culinary Justice in Greenshade

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Extract justice from the leader of the Veiled Heritance in Naril Nagaia.
Zone: Greenshade
Faction: Undaunted
Quest Giver: Bolgrul at the Undaunted Enclave Elden RootWayrestMournhold
Location(s): Naril Nagaia
Reward: Greenshade Undaunted Merits
Average Leveled Gold
XP Gain: Standard Experience XP
ID: 5853
Required Level: 45
RepeatableRepeatable: Daily
Naril Nagaia
Bolgrul, one of the Undaunted, gave me a challenge to complete in Naril Nagaia, located in Greenshade.

Quick Walkthrough[edit]

  1. Enter Naril Nagaia.
  2. Collect 10 Heritance Bounties.
  3. Kill Archmage Camaano.

Detailed Walkthrough[edit]

Make your way to Naril Nagaia in Greenshade. There are ten bounties you need to gather. They can only be dropped from dead Veiled Heritance members.

Kill Archmage Camaano near the end of the delve, make sure to loot the body for the Heritance Liver and return to Bolgrul.

I collected the offerings.
"Should have told you to pack these in salt. I need to get these to the locals before they completely rot. They were very specific.
You earned your pay. Consider spending it on soap and a long bath."

Quest Stages[edit]

Culinary Justice in Greenshade
Finishes Quest Journal Entry
Latest start I need to collect Heritance Bounties. I should also extract of an Archmage Camaano liver from his corpse.
Objective: Collect Heritance Bounty: 0/10
Objective: Extract Archmage Camaano's Liver From His Corpse
I should return to Bolgrul at the Undaunted Enclave and tell him I've completed his challenge.
Objective: Return to Bolgrul
Finishes quest☑ I should tell Bolgrul I've completed his challenge.
Objective: Talk to Bolgrul
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