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Fetch ingredients for a drug-addled Nord alchemist.
Zone: Southern Elsweyr
Quest Giver: Vigwenn Owl-Watcher
Reward: Southern Elsweyr Reward Chest
Topal Corsair Sash
Average Leveled Gold
XP Gain: Standard Experience
ID: 6441
Find Vigwenn's ingredients
A traveler from Skyrim named Vigwenn Owl-Watcher claims to have the recipe for a secret concoction that allows the imbiber to see the invisible sand-whales of Elsweyr and hear their haunting song.


Quick Walkthrough[edit]

  1. Collect the alchemical reagents.
  2. Return to Vigwenn Owl-Watcher.

Detailed Walkthrough[edit]

A Nord traveler named Vigwenn Owl-Watcher has lost the ingredients for an alchemical mixture that supposedly allows her to see invisible creatures. She's asked you to find the lost ingredient bottles in exchange for a chance to see what she calls a "sand-whale".

The bottles are located along the river. Start your search near Vigwenn.

Quest Stages[edit]

Song of the Sand-Whale
Finishes Quest Journal Entry
Vigwenn apparently misplaced the three bottles containing the last of her secret ingredients for her special concoction. I agreed to look for the bottles in exchange for a chance to hear the song of the sand-whales.
Objective: Gather the Ingredient Bottles: 0/3
Hidden Objective: Gather the Ingredient Bottles
Finishes quest☑ I found Vigwenn's missing ingredient bottles, but there isn't much left inside them. I should return them and see if Vigwenn has enough to make another batch of her concoction.
Objective: Talk to Vigwenn Owl-Watcher
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