Online:Tracking the Plague

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ON-qico-Zone Story.png Track the Llodos Plague across Redolent Loam.
Zone: Deshaan
Zone StoryThis quest is part of the Zone Story
Faction: Ebonheart Pact
Quest Giver: Varon Davel in Narsis
Location(s): Obsidian Gorge
Prerequisite Quest: Hiding in Plain Sight
Next Quest: Death Trap
Reward: Low Leveled Gold
Naryu has your next objective
The mysterious operative called Naryu has been investigating the evidence I discovered at the Maulborn camp.

Quick Walkthrough[edit]

  1. Talk to Naryu Virian in Narsis.
  2. Talk to Commander Renli at Obsidian Gorge.

Detailed Walkthrough[edit]

Immediately following the previous quest, Varon Davel will send you to meet with Naryu Virian. She can be found in Narsis, with the cat you chased previously. She will send you on to Obsidian Gorge where Maulborn troops have ambushed Hlaalu troops.

You need to meet up with Commander Renli for your next task. Renli is enforcing a roadblock close to Obsidian Gorge. Simply follow the road Northeast from Narsis to find him. He will reward you and direct you to Captain Diiril for your next quest.

Quest Stages[edit]

Tracking the Plague
Finishes Quest Journal Entry
Objective: Talk to Naryu Virian
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