Coldain Shawl #3: Woven Coldain Prayer Shawl  

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Time:Days
Level:40
Maximum Level:90
Monster Mission:No
Repeatable:Yes
Can Be Shrouded?:No
Quest Type:Quest
Quest Goal:
  • Experience
  • Faction
  • Loot
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Era:Scars of Velious
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Group Size:Solo
Min. # of Players:1
Max. # of Players:1
Appropriate Classes:
  • All
Appropriate Races:
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Entered: Thu May 23 14:12:38 2002
Modified: Thu Oct 13 11:28:11 2011
This is the third Prayer Shawl Quest. You must do the first two before doing this. Ask Borannin "What chore?" and he will start you on the third quest.

Loremaster Borannin says 'Ahh, some fine specimens indeed, ______. I will have the best of these mounted at once, wish me luck in the contest! Here is the Cloth Prayer Shawl of our people. Before I forget, the council has issued yet another [chore] for you to complete.
Your faction standing with Coldain got better
Your faction standing with DainFrostreaverIV got better
Your faction standing with Kromzek got worse
Your faction standing with Kromrif got worse
You gain experience!!

You say, 'What chore?'

Loremaster Borannin says 'The council agrees that you have demonstrated a disdain for our enemy, the Kromrif, that rivals our own. They now ask that you demonstrate your loyalty to the Dain by humbling yourself and serving our people. Give this, my seal, to Mordin. He will instruct you further.

Mordin Frostcleaver is located in Mordin's Meats at LOC -214, -214.

You say, 'hail Mordin Frostcleaver'

Mordin Frostcleaver says 'Ah, hello there, and welcome to me shop, Halfling. Ye'll have to excuse the mess but I've been havin a bloody good time here lately. . . HAR HAR, ye get it? Anyways, thanks to you offlanders I now have a selection of some exotic meats never afore seen here on Velious. In addition to supplyin' the freshest meat in Thurgadin I also offer tasks to would-be hunters in the wastes.

Give him Borannin's Seal.

Mordin Frostcleaver says 'Hullo ______, I see you've signed on for a bit of food service eh? Well we can always use an extra pair a hands here dat's fer sure. First things first, warsh yer grubby mitts an cook up dinner fer good ol Leif. Shouldn be too tough fer ye, he has simple enough taste. Make him a Tundrabear sandwich an lemme know when he's been fed. Dontcha ferget ta give him this with his meal.
Your faction standing with Coldain got better
Your faction standing with DainFrostreaverIV got better
Your faction standing with Kromzek got worse
Your faction standing with Kromrif got worse
You gain experience!!

He gives you a napkin named "Leif's Napkin" is No Drop.

You say, 'What is a Tundrabear Sandwich?'

Mordin Frostcleaver says 'Dat's easy, ye just take a slab a dat Tundra Kodiak meat and a jug a sauce, put it in da oven, den combine the product with a loaf a bread in a mixin bowl an there ye be.

Get a Tundra Kodiak meat, put it in oven with sauce and make "Saucy Kodiak Meat" (name?). Put your creation in a mixing bowl with one loaf of bread, which Mordin sells, and combine. If your skill is high enough you get the sandwich. Turn this in to Guard Leif (location -284, +492, on the way to Grand Historian) with the napkin and get a "Used Napkin" back.

Give the used napkin to Mordin and get the next part of the quest. He needs you to make some Frost Bunny Stew for Trita Coldheart (name?). You get "Trita's Napkin" (No Drop).

You say, 'What is Frost Bunny Stew'

Mordin Frostcleaver says 'Simple enuff, getcherself two hunksa Bunny meat and a jug a sauces. Stir 'em in a mixin bowl, then put spices and two flasks a water with it and cook it in a pot. Mmmm, zesty!

The tough part here is finding a mixing bowl. I searched several cities including Thurgadin for a mixing bowl or even a mixing bowl sketch or mold. I finally found one in a shop in North Freeport near the bank. I don't recall the shop name though :(

Once you mix the ingredients in the bowl and get your Saucy Bunnymeat, you put that, one spice, 2 flasks of water and a pot into the oven to make the stew. The pot can be made with the smithing skill, and maybe even pottery, although I hadn't worked on that at this point.

Give the stew to Trita (location -119, +318 near Frostbeard's Furs and Leather) with the Napkin and receive a dirty pot in return. Give the pot back to Mordin and you'll be given the next part of the quest.

Next you need to create an Ulthork Meat Pie for Brita. You receive Brita's Napkin.

You say, 'What is Ulthork Meat Pie?'

Mordin Frostcleaver says 'Hmm, lemme look that one up. Been awhile since I made one. Here we are, two Ulthork meats, a vinegar and a spices in a mixin bowl. Put yer meat mix, a clump a dough, an a pie tin in da oven an yer good ta go.

This requires two ulthork meat, and the problem here is that if you're not careful you will eat the meat. Most of the items you need to collect or make are edible. I know the kodiak meat and bunny meat do not get eaten, but everything else seems to disappear if not below your food in your inventory. I could not find any snake eggs in Thurgadin for the clump of dough, so I ported to Misty Thicket to get them. The pie tin is another stumbling block here unless you are good at smithing and pottery, or you have a friend who is. To smith the Pie Tin you first need to make a ceramic lining, so your pottery has to be trained somewhat. I had relatively good success with a 25 pottery, whereas my smithing is in the low 100's and I don't think the pie tin is trivial to me yet. Luckily the pie tin, and the pot in the previous step, are regular items that anyone can craft and give to you if you lack the proper skills.

Turn the pie and the napkin in to Lorekeeper Brita in the back of the Library and receive a dirty pie tin which you take back to Mordin for the final step in this quest.

The final task is to create a Snow Griffin Souffle. The person you are making this for is none other than the Grand Historian Thoridain himself, so it has to be made well. I have worked my baking up to 115, and I don't remember the souffle being trivial to me.

You say, 'What is Snow Griffin Souffle?'

Mordin Frostcleaver says 'This one's a bit tricky, ya toss four snow griffin eggs and a pack of spices in de oven. Ye must bake it just right or it's all gunna be wasted. When yer done bring it to Thoridain and if ye did it right he'll give ye his special seal. Just show Borannin that seal and yer shawl and he'll know that yer finished in the kitchen.

So now you need 4 Griffin eggs. I had never seen any drop up to this point, but I haven't killed alot of Griffs either. I set out and with a little help was able to get 4 eggs to drop in about 3 hours. It would have gone faster, but I had trouble finding the Griffins. All in all I'd say we got the 4 eggs in about 12 - 15 Griffins, maybe even less.

Once you've made the souffle turn it in to Grand Historian Thoridain with the napkin. Here I learned something useful. I forgot to turn in the napkin when I turned in the souffle. In my excitement in creating the souffle I had completely forgotten. I was about to petition that he had eaten my item when I realized the forgotten napkin, so I gave him the napkin and to my suprise it worked.

Grand Historian Thoridain says 'My compliments, Dyllwin , what a wonderful dish! Please accept my personal Seal as a token of my appreciation. May it give you power over your adversaries.
Your faction standing with Coldain got better
Your faction standing with DainFrostreaverIV got better
Your faction standing with Kromzek got worse
Your faction standing with Kromrif got worse
You gain experience!!

He gives you his Seal to give to Borannin with your second Prayer Shawl. Now here is the toughest part of the quest. I looked at the Seal thinking it would be some no stat item, to my suprise I found it is an incredibly nice item, I think better than the Frozen Orb everyone is farming in the Eastern Wastes. Stats are AC 3, Wis +3, Int +3, SvCold +3, Sv Magic +3 and Mana +30. I hesitated for a moment, but finally turned it and my Prayer Shawl in to Borannin thinking I could do the quest again to that point to get the Seal.

Loremaster Borannin says 'Well done Dyllwin, the council will be impressed with your effort. Here is the woven prayer shawl, wear it with pride. I know there is talk of great plans for you, be sure to come back and ask me what the council has [brewing].
Your faction standing with Coldain got better
Your faction standing with DainFrostreaverIV got better
Your faction standing with Kromzek got worse
Your faction standing with Kromrif got worse
You gain experience!!

This is the best part of the quest. I looked at my inventory to check out the stats on the shawl. It is as expected, one better on each stat over the second one, just like the ring quests. What shocked me, however, is that along with the third shawl I also received back from Borannin the Seal of Thoridain. So with this third quest we get two items. The shawl, which has not quite reached the level that I would switch it out for what I have on, and the Seal which is an incredible nice item.

He alludes to the fourth quest in this series, but when questioned about it says there will soon be much to do.

You say, 'What is brewing?'

Loremaster Borannin says 'As of now they have nothing for me to tell you. Bear with me Dyllwin , there will soon be much to do!

Unfortunately I did some of the quest on a different computer, so I did not have all of the log entries to include with the correct names of some items and what some of the NPC's say. All of the steps are here, anything missed is just dialog.

For those who want it sumed up, here is a shopping list of items you will need to do the whole quest. This assumes no failures, so plan accordingly :)

1 Tundra Kodiak Meat (Non-stackable)
2 Jug of Sauces (Stackable)
1 Loaf of Bread (Stackable)
1 Mixing Bowl (Container)
4 Snow Griffin Eggs (Stackable, No Drop)
3 Spices (Stackable)
2 Snow Bunny Meat (Non-stackable)
2 Flasks of Water (Stackable)
1 Pot (Non-stackable, Not a container)
2 Ulthork Meat (Stackable, edible)
1 Vinegar (Stackable)
1 Snake Egg (Stackable)
1 Bottle of Milk (Stackable)
1 Cup Flower (Stackable)
1 Pie Tin (Non-stackable, Not a container)

One last note...I did this whole third quest without an open inventory slot, since I had to carry around a mixing bowl. So you don't have to worry about not getting an item from one of the NPC's if all of your slots are filled, anything they give you, including the shawl and the seal, fit in your backpacks.
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UPDATE
# Oct 09 2009 at 4:32 PM Rating: Decent
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RE ABOVE:

"Get a Tundra Kodiak meat, put it in oven with sauce and make "Saucy Kodiak Meat" (name?)."

It makes Saucy Bearmeat.
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Saucy Meat
# Sep 05 2008 at 7:14 PM Rating: Decent
Get a Tundra Kodiak meat, put it in oven with sauce and make "Saucy Kodiak Meat" (name?).

this combine makes "Saucy Bearmeat"
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122 a "hard" trivial
# May 20 2007 at 10:25 PM Rating: Decent
With 130 Baking, I failed to make the snow griffon souffle three times in a row, despite the 122 trivial. Pastry makers beware!

Edited, May 21st 2007 3:07am by chemmiller
Bunny stew
# Apr 16 2007 at 11:57 AM Rating: Decent
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Normally, when you make something with a pot, the pot is returned to you on success or failure. Keep in mind that this quest will eat your pot.

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trita ate my stew :p
# Apr 29 2006 at 9:03 PM Rating: Decent
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I gave Trita the stew and the napkin, she gave me back the napkin, told me she didn't need it, and kept the stew (ate it?) At least the stew is the easiest to farm.

And in my not-so-humble opinion, those of you who skip this step are lazy sissy types. =D
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RE: trita ate my stew :p
# Apr 30 2006 at 11:34 AM Rating: Good
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Your faction was too low. Go kill some more giants, and if you happen to get heads and toes, redo shawl 1 and 2 for faction hits.

Edited, Sun Apr 30 11:31:11 2006
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Where to find Snow Griffin Eggs
# Mar 15 2006 at 7:04 AM Rating: Decent
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The secret is to circle between Kael Drakkal entrance, the huts with Icefang in the South and Sleeper's Tomb entrance. Keep killing Rhinos, Mammoths and Manticores, and Snow Griffins will spawn in that area. I didn't touch a single giant, but they may be placeholders, too...
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Weird giants
# Jul 09 2005 at 1:10 PM Rating: Default
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When you really think of it, its kinda lame that some Kromzek hears of this fellow who made food for coldains and thinks "oh I'm never gonna let that fellow do business in my bank!!"
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RE: Weird giants
# Jul 19 2005 at 9:55 PM Rating: Decent
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The giants are just jealous because they are hungry too!
Saucy Bearmeat Info
# Feb 08 2005 at 11:45 AM Rating: Decent
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"Saucy Bearmeat"
Jug of Sauces + Tundra Kodiak Meat
In oven/spit etc
No Drop, used in tradeskills, is a meal (be wary).
WT 0.5 Size: SMALL
Class: ALL
Race: ALL

Edit: All of the combines were trivial to me at a baking skill of 142. I didn't fail any of them.

Edited, Wed Feb 9 09:32:24 2005
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# Nov 24 2004 at 2:56 AM Rating: Decent
get someone with the seal already from this shawl and MQ it... so much easier than doing all the baking and finding the griff eggs literally takes minutes instead of days... also, i accidentally turned in #2 with one toon lost it, but gave my seal from anotehr toon and got it back lol thought i had messed up so i turned in again and then made another #2 easily on first toon then got 3rd by MQ and now have a seal on each of my toons again lmao
got to 140 baking easily with bear meat and fillet knife and
# Nov 13 2004 at 12:13 AM Rating: Decent
got to 140 baking easily with bear meat and fillet knife and oven
now doing patty melts to 191 so i dont fail the griffon souffle...

Edited, Sun Nov 14 03:30:59 2004
Failed Combine
# Nov 08 2004 at 8:48 PM Rating: Decent
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Failed the Snow Griffin combine with 191 baking and 255 Wis. Guess I'll have to hunt some more snow griffins!
wis/int
# Nov 01 2004 at 11:41 AM Rating: Decent
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question, the higher your wis/int is, does it help you gain more trival point per combine?
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RE: wis/int
# Nov 08 2004 at 9:49 PM Rating: Good
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If i understand your question correctly you are talking about skill level. You won't get more per combine, but the higher you wis or int is, there is a better chance of getting a skill up each time you attempt a combine.

There are many theorys and myths floating around about what you can do for a better chance of succeeding a combine, bottom line is skill level.
RE: wis/int
# Nov 05 2004 at 9:46 AM Rating: Decent
I have alway found that the higher your wisdom/intelligence is (based on you being a wisdom or intelligence caster of course) the easier it is to combine stuff for tradeskills. I have also read that if your a tank it will go off your strength. I usually get a chanter to cast brilliance if I'm below 46 and kei if I'm above because these buffs increase your wisdom and intelligence. I also have other + wisdom items I put on when I'm doing tradeskills. Hope this helps.
RE: wis/int
# Nov 15 2004 at 1:15 PM Rating: Decent
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The chance of getting a tradeskill skill-up are increased based on whichever is higher, wis/int, it is the same no matter what class you are. A few tradeskills can also use a different stat other than wis/int if it is higher depending on the skill, such as blacksmithing = strength, fletching = dexterity (these are the only two that are confirmed, others are suspected to be). Always try to get the stat you are going off of as high as possible when trying for skill-ups whether it is wis/int, str, dex, etc.

Successfull combines are based solely on skill, although just because a combine is trivial to you dosn't mean you will always succeed, there is always a small chance you will fail unless the recipe is listed as no-fail. My 250 skill brewer still occasionally fails on trivial 50 recipes, go figure.

Edited, Mon Nov 15 13:20:15 2004
What is Brewing?
# Oct 12 2004 at 10:48 PM Rating: Decent
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When I asked Bor "What is brewing" he didn't tell me there was nothing more to do. He said:
"Ah yes, good to see you again Snowflakes. I wish it were under better circumstances that we meet today. For some time now we have sent teams of our finest rogues to gather information for the Dain. Tanik Greskil is one of our best. He was recently sent into the heart of Kael Drakkel on a very important mission and has not returned. He is now long-overdue, and fearing the worst, our wise council has asked me to dispatch a rescue party to determine what has become of him and return him to safety. I have decided to give you this opportunity to build upon the trust that you have earned from the council. Will you accept this mission?"
I said:
"I will accept this mission"
He said:
"The council will be pleased to hear of your acceptance, Snowflakes. Scour the region surrounding the city of the Giants. Discover what happened to Tanik and, if possible, return him to Thurgadin. If you are successful, remember to hand me your woven prayer shawl. We seem to be running low on them, but I must say Mordin has never had so much help in he kitchen. Anyway, I will eagerly await word of your findings. Good luck, and may Brell protect you."
Help with Brita Please
# Aug 14 2004 at 8:24 PM Rating: Decent
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Help please. :(

I just turned in the Ulthork Meat Pie to Lorekeeper Brita and she did not give me back the dirty pie tin.

The walkthrough above says to hand her the pie and the napkin, but there was no napkin to give her. Moradin didn't give me one when I turned in the dirty pot that I got from Trita for the stew.

Any ideas what to do next?

I tried making another pie and giving it to her and she won't take it. I tried getting a new napkin from Moradin, but he just give's me Leif's napkin which doesn't work for Brita.

I'm stumped. I don't mind starting over if it will actually work, but doesn't appear that this quest is currently working.
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use the SEAL
# Jun 03 2004 at 2:34 AM Rating: Decent
dunno whay all the chatter.. there was plenty of ppl willing to get rid of there seal for the 3rd shawll.. heh just ask around
MQ-Quellious
# May 10 2004 at 9:51 AM Rating: Default
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OK. I know how much of a pain it is to farm everything you need for these shawls. I have farmed and killed everything needed so far with no MQ's myself, but a little help from friends.

I have the 5th shawl completed and everything done but the last combines(Tailoring) for the 6th and 7th shawl. Yes, As soon as I get tailoring up to 220 I will do 6th, 7th, and 8th real fast. Almost have everything I need to finish the 8th, already.

But Back to the point of this post, I still have my seal that will let you skip the 3rd shawl quest(baking, farming). I will MQ it to anyone that comes up with 5K PP first on the Quellious server.

Yes I know, for 75 PP and a little time you can have baking past the trivial point, but you still have to farm everything. 5K is my price to give up my seal to someone other then another of my own characters !.

Enjoy and have fun.

Druraw lvl 63 Druid.
Encraw lvl 2 Enchanter (Merchant) <---Online when I am not playing.
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Magraw lvl 40 Mag (GM Baker With Trophy)
Rangraw lvl 39 Ranger
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Rezraw lvl 20 Cleric
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foraged
# Mar 14 2004 at 2:29 AM Rating: Default
I have foraged up snow griffin eggs, but they are dropable so I'm guessing won't work. Any one ever tried?
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RE: foraged
# Mar 22 2004 at 5:03 PM Rating: Good
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The only Snow Griffon Eggs that can be used in the last recipe for Coldain Shawl quest is the No Drop from the griffond found in EW.
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you can mq
# Jan 11 2004 at 10:46 AM Rating: Default
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For everyones info you have someone turn in seal then you turn in your 2nd shawl and you will get the 3rd and the seal
RE: you can mq
# Jan 11 2004 at 10:56 AM Rating: Decent
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Scroll down three messages, that info is already here.
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Trivials
# Dec 07 2003 at 9:33 PM Rating: Excellent
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In doing the whole shawl quests it is primarily about trade skills and trivials. You must get proficient at certain trade skills in order to stand a reasonable chance of success. As such this is a baking quest. The higest trivial for this quest is 127.
I would suggest that you do the following.

1. Dump 21 points into this at your guildmaster.
2. Get a filet knife from somewhere.
3. Go to the meat shop at Thurgadan and see Mordin with whatever mindbuff you can have at your level and about 75 plat.
4. Buy stacks of bearmeat
5. Make bearmeat filets (bear meat and filet knife in oven) up to a rediculously high trivial of 143 (for under 75 plat WOOT).

Do the quest.
The trivials are:

Tundrabear Sandwich (54 Trivial)
Snow Bunny Stew (103 Trivial)
Ulthork Meat Pie (95 Trivial)
SnowGriffin Souffle (127 Trivial)

Good Luck

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PH's
# Dec 02 2003 at 10:30 AM Rating: Default
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Just a bit of info for those not wanting to spend hours and hours waiting for Griffs to spawn, manticore's and bunnys are PH's for them
SKIP THIS SHAWL!!!!
# Nov 15 2003 at 10:06 AM Rating: Decent
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YOU CAN SKIP THIS SHAWLYOU CAN SKIP THIS SHAWL

After I spent countless hours farming griffon eggs against competition of around 8 or 9 people at a time I figured I had to offer some salvation to those that might wish to avoid this.

Things you need:
1 person who has done this shawl before and kept there Seal of Thoridain
1 2nd Shawl

Its simple really have someone who has done the 3rd shawl hand Loremaster Borannin the Seal of Thoridain, that they got back when they turned in thier 2nd shawl. Then the lucky recipiant of this will turn in thier second shawl and recieve the third shawl and Seal of Thoridain. Thus skipping the satanic snow griffons!
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RE: SKIP THIS SHAWL!!!!
# Aug 09 2004 at 3:26 AM Rating: Default
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Did this tonight with a guildmate. Still works as of 8/9/04. Just have the Shawl quester Hail the Loremaster, then the person with the seal turn it in, the immediately have the shawl quester turn in his / her 2nd shawl, and VIOLA! Instant 3rd shawl!
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RE: SKIP THIS SHAWL!!!!
# Mar 22 2004 at 5:10 PM Rating: Decent
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MQ's Work but you must Hail and get the NPC to face you first, whoever the NPC is facing he will give it too if in close proximity so tell the person who just handed it in to stand a little back then hail and hand yours in.
Did the same on my pally eoic lost my first MQ but got my Second using this method/ May not be completeley correct but it worked for me.
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RE: SKIP THIS SHAWL!!!!
# Dec 06 2003 at 2:20 AM Rating: Default
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This DOES NOT WORK

I tried it last night .. the person that gave the seal got the third shawl not me. Dont do it. You dont have to do a lot of extra work really, but why waste the time.
RE: SKIP THIS SHAWL!!!!
# Dec 06 2003 at 6:40 PM Rating: Excellent
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Taminer is correct, this can be done that way.

Rackus, you got the result you did, because you gave the shawl FIRST, then he gave the seal.

MQ always has the item go to the person who gave the LAST piece.

How do I know this works? I just did it. My ceric has his 7th shawl, and just needs the escort to finish 8th. he also had the seal sitting in the bank.

My druid had done 2nd shawl, and was stopped there, due to lack of tradeskills.

Took both to thurg. logged cleric, handed seal, camped, logged druid, handed shawl.

Now my druid has 3rd shawl, and the seal, and my cleric has one more open spot in his bank :D

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RE: SKIP THIS SHAWL!!!!
# Dec 17 2003 at 4:43 AM Rating: Decent
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I dont know why i didnt get it then, because my friend gave the seal first
RE: SKIP THIS SHAWL!!!!
# Dec 17 2003 at 10:39 AM Rating: Excellent
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Not sure, but i just did it again, to get the third shawl for my level 24 chanter. Swapped some giant heads and toes to him with shared bank, did first two shawls, camped to druid, handed the piece in, then camped back to chanter, handed shawl, and bam, yet another 3rd shawl.

I guess you could always have your friend turn in the seal, then camp, then turn in the shawl. No way for him to end up with the shawl that way.

Honestly, I think your friend screwed up, and just doesn't want to admit to you that he turned his in last.

I'd try it again, easier to get 4 toes and 10 heads, than to get the stuff for 3rd shawl.
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RE: SKIP THIS SHAWL!!!!
# Feb 24 2004 at 1:04 AM Rating: Decent
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Just did this, too, thanks to my competitive bf who is just racing away with this quest. Sometimes it's good to be behind. =)
RE: SKIP THIS SHAWL!!!!
# Jun 12 2004 at 10:24 PM Rating: Decent
i know, its not even that tough to get ot this point. maybe just think of this as the first real test. esp[ecially when you can buy toes and heads...
RE: SKIP THIS SHAWL!!!!
# Nov 19 2003 at 9:08 PM Rating: Default
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i dont think you can skip it anymore my seal is NO DROP
RE: SKIP THIS SHAWL!!!!
# Feb 24 2004 at 1:08 AM Rating: Decent
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So are all the food items, but you can still turn them in to NPCs. =)
RE: SKIP THIS SHAWL!!!!
# Jul 06 2004 at 3:03 AM Rating: Decent
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Ummm,, MultiQuest,, meaning involving more then one person and items, If the items werent No Drop then someone could just sell you the item,, All MQ are from a No Drop related turn in..
RE: SKIP THIS SHAWL!!!!
# Nov 16 2003 at 10:08 PM Rating: Default
are you sure? i have been hunting the griffs for so long...
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RE: SKIP THIS SHAWL!!!!
# Nov 16 2003 at 9:38 PM Rating: Decent
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No Leif's Napkin
# Oct 29 2003 at 11:25 AM Rating: Decent
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I gave Mordin Borannin's seal and I got the faction and the exp but NO napkin? Does anyone know if this quest is now bugged?

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RE: No Leif's Napkin
# Nov 21 2003 at 1:20 AM Rating: Decent
I did not receive the napkin either. Just did it tonight.
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Brita the Thief
# Sep 29 2003 at 1:01 PM Rating: Decent
Gave the pie to Brita, along with the napkin, but nothing happened, and she stole both items...

Edited, Mon Sep 29 13:48:11 2003
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RE: Brita the Thief
# Oct 20 2003 at 11:25 PM Rating: Default
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you didn't get anything back becuase your supposed to hand in the SNOW BUNNY STEW and her napkin, hope this helps
RE: Brita the Thief
# Nov 01 2003 at 2:20 AM Rating: Decent
I just did the quest your wrong there Brita gets the ulthork pie. Trinta Coldheart is the one that gets the Stew. Figured i would clear that up.

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# Sep 14 2003 at 7:34 PM Rating: Decent
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Just completed this quest today 15/09/2003 and handed the seal, and shawl into Loremaster Borainn (sp) I received back the woven prayer shawl PLUS I was given the seal back.. Is this a new change to this quest??
Still not complaining..

Off to to the 4th shawl now

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Stupid Griffins
# Aug 21 2003 at 2:56 PM Rating: Decent
I've been hunting griffins for 3 DAYS and have only seen 9 so far. I got 4 egg drops in a row, failed onthe combine at 136 baking. Went back to EW, hunting for 2 more DAYS and saw only ONE griffin. No egg drops.

And yes, I was hunting them near IC zone in EW.
Multi quest
# Aug 21 2003 at 2:41 AM Rating: Decent
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I double box, and I am doing this quest for my cleric and bard. On a whim, I decided to see if I could MQ the turn in food items. I know it was posted here that you can. But I had heard some controversy over it.
Here to clear up anything. My bard made ALL the food items, and MQ'd them with my cleric.

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RE: Multi quest
# Aug 21 2003 at 11:53 AM Rating: Excellent
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Yes, but can the SEAL be MQ. I still have a seal on my cleric, from doing his shawl. If I get shawl 2 on my druid, can I turn in the seal with my cleric, camp quickly ,and hand the shawl in with my druid, to get the third?
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RE: Multi quest
# Oct 02 2003 at 5:20 AM Rating: Decent
Yes i was able to MQ with the SEAL yesterday 10/01/2003
Multi-Quest
# Jun 24 2003 at 12:46 AM Rating: Decent
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So far, all the baked items are Multi-Questable. My friend has 170+ Baking and would turn in the food item, then I would turn in the napkin and get the exp and the used (napkin, pot, pie-tin) back.
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# Jun 01 2003 at 7:44 AM Rating: Default
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where is this sauce u need to make the Tundrabear sandwhich
RE: sauce
# Jun 04 2003 at 11:33 AM Rating: Decent
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> spices, garnish, sauces, vinegar, frosting, flour, milk, spit, mixing bowl, bread - Culkin Ironstove (-104, 271)

** Everything you need to do make the the baked goods (except the meat/eggs) can be found in PoK pretty close to the above merchant. You also have to make a pie tin and a pot. The pot has the higher trivial, 50.

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Baking
# May 22 2003 at 2:15 AM Rating: Decent
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If you want a real fast, and cheap way to get baking to 140 try this. With a 220 wis I bought 20 or so stacks of bear meat at 1.7pp a stack. Then i made a fillet knife by combining 3 metal bits, a scaler mold, and water ( trivial is 76 i think). Combine one meat, and filleting knife in a oven. You will get the knife back wether you fail or succeed. Went from 0 to 140 in about 40 min., getting from 3 to 7 skill ups per stack of meat. Hope this helps. One more thing, the hardest thing to make is the Griffon thing, and it trivials at less then 140.

Edited, Thu May 22 02:54:10 2003
RE: Baking
# Jul 27 2003 at 9:43 PM Rating: Default
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This is by far the easiest, fastest, and one of the cheapest ways to raise baking to :bowdown: 143. I had 250 int at the time and made it in just about 40 minutes as stated above and had only spent about 30pp in bear meat. Gonna try patty melts next to get a bit higher and then continue w/ this god forsaken quest. :boozing:
Increasing baking
# May 11 2003 at 7:49 AM Rating: Excellent
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This is the easiest and fastest skill to increase.
These are the recipes I used to get up to skill 190 or so, all of these are combined in either an oven or a spit...

Filleted Meat - Meat (lion, bear, wolf or mammoth) + filleting knife Trivial 143

Patty Melt - bear meat, loaf of bread, cheese + non-stick frying pan Trivial 193

What makes this so easy is the availability of bear meat. You can buy all you could ever want from the butcher (Mordin) in Thurgadin. The cheese is sold by a good gnoll in JaggedPine Forest (Chef Brargus).

The filleting knife and the skillet are made from smithing, the recipes are as follows. Both are always returned on a combine, whether success or failure.

Filleting knife - 3 metal bits, scaler mold, water in a forge Trivial 76

Non-stick frying pan - metal bits, frying pan mold, flask of water, ceramic lining Trivial 91

The frying pan mold is found in JaggedPine forest as well

Good Luck!!
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Patty melt's trivial at 191
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# May 10 2003 at 3:17 PM Rating: Decent
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i turned in the napkin earlier..then i turned in the pot a little later..but i didnt get any empty pot back..do i have to redo the whole quest?
Souffle
# May 09 2003 at 3:50 AM Rating: Decent
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2 full days of griffin hunting. got the 4 eggs. have 135 baking. put in oven and failed. I'm *******
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RE: Souffle
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That really sucks im not done with my hunting for the eggs yet been doin it for 2 days now. But there's two of us hunting eggs so it may take a bit longer we both need 2 more in order to try it.But if i fail after all that work i will be so mad! Smiley: banghead
RE: Souffle
# Jul 13 2003 at 3:25 AM Rating: Decent
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3 days hunting griffins and baking at 143 and failed this recipe also. I'm mad at the fact I spent all that time on it and failed at something that should have been trivial!
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I had 156 in baking when attempting this and i failed once in making the bunny stew - resulting in an seemingly endless chase of bunny meat, anyway as safe precaution, have double ingredients of all - if you succed the first time, make an additional set of everything as this quest can be Multiquested, you give food, other give napkin.
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Easiest Way to get baking to 135
# Apr 27 2003 at 11:10 PM Rating: Decent
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Here it goes, to get your skill to 135 very very easily and relatively cheap you only require 3 items, but in large amounts. What I did was get a couple of 10 slot containers, then, I went to East commons, I bought bat wings from Katha Firespinner, and in the same zone, frosting from Parthar. Combine them to make Batwing Crunchies to skill level 46. Then go to East Freeport and buy some fresh fish from Tanlok Harson, and fish from Katha again, combine them to make Fish Rolls to skill level 135. Thanks to Oakwood Moonblaze for the info.
RE: Easiest Way to get baking to 135
# May 23 2003 at 10:06 PM Rating: Decent
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Definately the easiest way to get baking to 135 in a matter of minutes with very little pp spent. You can also buy the items in PoK. Frosting at baking vendor near bank on neutral side. and the fish and bat stuff in the back next to the pond. kthx.
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# Feb 19 2003 at 12:23 AM Rating: Excellent
My wife, Taminy is currently working on this and she asked me to post for her. She was very put out when she read all of the other posts on this shawl and it didn't tell her where any of the peeps were at that she had to feed.Smiley: disappointed So she asked me to put this down to help anyone else that has that question:

Guard Leif: He was found guarding the Paladin Training Hall. He devoured a Tundrabear Sandwich

Trita Coldheart: She was found at home with her husband across from Frostbeard's Furs & Leather. She had the Snowbunny Stew for lunch.

Lorekeeper Brita: She was found putting the history of the Coldain in order at the Temple of Brell. She demanded an Ulthork Meat Pie.(hint: same building that you find Loremaster Borannin)

Grand Historian Thoridain: He was found giving a lecture in the Temple of Brell. He savoured a Snow Griffin Souffle.(hint: same building that you find Loremaster Borannin)
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HEY THANKS FOR THE INFO IVE BEN WANDERING THE HALLS LOOKING FOR THESE PEEPS REALLY HELPED
190+
# Dec 22 2002 at 11:03 AM Rating: Decent
To get your baking skill on up to 190 and above but <200 make lion patty melts. Take one lion meat, 1 cheese, 1 bread and a non-stick frying pan and combine. Bread and cheese are at the zone in at Jaggedpine, Pergan Darkcloud, not dangerous at all. The meat is in the Bazaar back by the water where you zone to the Druic, etc. trainer. It's one of these names, but I don't remember which: Nicoela, Daliea Saeiersa or Samotal Semians. Anyway, she's short ;-)Get your pottery up to make the frying pan, it's cheap. Check out www.eqtrader.com, all this stuff is there.
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RE: 190+
# Apr 29 2003 at 4:39 AM Rating: Decent
Okay, this is for you guys who are either of an evil race (like me, Dark Elf) or just don't want to run the whole way out in the boondocks to Jaggedpine forrest for cheese.

The following recipies will take you up to 226 cheaply and quickly. Not to mention, some of the items produced will sell well in the bazaar. :) Start with Batwing crunchies (triv 46), Fish Fillets (triv 82), then Fish rolls (triv 135).

Note: if you want, make Wolf/Lion/Bear/Mammoth Fillets in cream (this recipe is a bit expensive because of some of the ingredients) until triv at 152 at this point. You can save these for making Halas 10lb meat pies later :D or go onto the next recipe:

Pinemeyer Pasta Trivial at 191.
Halas 10lb meat pies Trivial at 226 and sell very nicely in the bazaar. :)

Also, if anyone needs any of the utensiles, Pots, pans, pie tins, filleting knives, mixing bowls, etc. I will be happy to help! I can make most anything and have made all my own tools. Send me a tell in game on Luclin server if you need/want help!

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Edited, Tue Apr 29 05:03:13 2003
RE: 190+
# Apr 17 2003 at 11:38 AM Rating: Default
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I read all the messages here about raising cooking skill, and have tried a few of them. I'd like to share with you my findings.

INTRO:
First of all, I wanted a quick way to do this without worrying about cost. I started by visiting the pally guildmaster in SH and training one point in baking. My regular WIS with my everyday gear is 157. I did not use any devices to raise skill % (although they were being sold in the Bazaar cheaply), nor did I get a keI or put on any WIS gear.

MATERIALS:
I zoned into the Bazaar and purchased a dairy spoon, a filleting knife and a mixing bowl. Total cost was exactly 25pp for these three tools, and all were purchase within 5 minutes. The bowl is a container.

Then, I zoned back to SH and found a gnome vendor near the Nexus spires that sells a spit and various forms of meat, and even sold rennet and milk.

I bought a spit and then filled one 10-slot bag with 5 stacks each of bear and lion meat to make fillets. The meat costs about 3pp per stack. I filled another 10-slot bag with enough ingredients to make cheese (rennet, milk). The spit is also a container.

Then, I headead over to PoK to where the barbarian fisherman vendor hangs out by a small pool, fishing. He sells unlimmited amounts of fresh fish so I purchased 5 stacks. A stone's throw from this vendor is an erudite that sells unlimmited batwings, so I picked up another 5 stacks.

Total time spent so far - about 35 minutes.

CLICKING FOR FUN AND PROFIT:
I sat down next to the erudite vendor and faced a wall.

I started by trying to make cheese. Cheese increases came at about one skillup for every 10 combines initially. After expending my supply, I was up to a skill of 13 from the initial investment of one skill point.

Total time spent so far - 45 minutes.

Then I started combining the fish and batwings. These were raising my skill at about the same pace. After I was done combining all my materials, I was at 24 skill.

Total time spent so far - 50 minutes.

I then went on to filleting meat. These combines were much MUCH worse for raising skill. Skills went up at about half the rate as the other methods. After 10 stacks of 20 meats filleted, my skill was only 31.

Total time spent so far - 1 hour.

RESULTS:
The most convenient thing to do was to make cheese, although it was the most costly. The bowl and spoon need to be crafted, but once you get them, all the mixing materials can be found at the same vendor (and there are many). I made cheese until it trivialled at around 68.

The second most convenient was to fillet meat. Despite the convenience (only one meat needed per attempt), skillups were REALLY SLOW with this method. Also, the meats weren't so cheap either. I decided not to use this method after two bags worth of meat.

I found that combining fish and batwings was the best overall way to raise skill. In PoK, the vendors that sell the ingredients are almost right next to each other, and the ingredients are the cheapest by far. Skillups came fast using this method.

SUMMARY:
If you want to raise your baking skill as fast and conveniently as possible, go to Shadowhaven, train a point with your guildmaster, find the female gnome vendor near the Nexus spires and purchase a spit.

Take the spires to Nexus, head west to PoK book, zone into PoK, and find the Barbarian fishing by a small pool. Buy 20 stacks of fresh fish from him. Next, find the erudite vendor nearby and purchase 20 stacks of batwings.

Sit in a corner and combine one batwing and one fresh fish in the spit. Do this over and over until it trivials.

Then send me a /tell ingame on the Fennin Ro server and lets start a party. You bring the food.
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RE: 190+
# Jan 07 2003 at 1:26 PM Rating: Default
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As a Dark Elf I just loaded up with backpacks full of cheese from the gnoll Chef in the Jagged Pine caves, then went back to Thurg: Mordin sells bread and meat and there's an oven right next to him in his shop, so just buy a couple of stacks of bread and meat, make some patties, turn around, buy another couple of stacks, turn back to the oven and repeat until out of cheese. Started out with bear fillets up to 140-ish, moved on to bear fillets with cream up to 150-ish (which made back 1/3 to 1/2 of the 40pp or so I'd spent on making the fillets, but not as though that's a big deal), then moved on to the pattie melts.

And as a small bonus, when I got fed up with the skill-up grind and took a break for a bit I was able to sell the excess cheese in the Bazaar for 10pp a stack after buying it for 3gps a stack :).
RE: 190+
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For you smiths, Non stick frying pan mold can only be bought at Jagged Pine.
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Easy Master at Baking Skill
# Nov 11 2002 at 1:02 PM Rating: Decent
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The easiest way by far to raise baking skill is by making fillets. You can combine a filleting knife, which can be made via smithing, or I bought mine in bazaar for 10pp, and a piece of meat. Meats that work with this are Bear, wolf, lion and mammoth. It trivials at 143. There is a merchant in Thurgadin who sells bear meat, I think it's #10 on the EQ Atlas map. I bought 20 stacks, at under 2pp per stack, and now my baking is about 120. It also helps to get C3 when working on skills, because it raises your int by 25. I carry my spit with me and make fillets while medding between fights. Hope this help
RE: Easy Master at Baking Skill
# Dec 12 2002 at 10:50 AM Rating: Decent
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Fastest way I've gotten to 135 on baking was making fish rolls (which rock since they're banquet meals and weigh almost nothing). A bat wing and a fish, combine in an oven and there you go... I went from 1 (put a point in baking to get started) to 110 in about an hour and a half.

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RE: Easy Master at Baking Skill
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Bear fillets in Thurg got me from 0 to 100 in about 25 minutes, and 143 in under an hour :).
RE: Easy Master at Baking Skill
# Dec 02 2002 at 10:27 PM Rating: Good
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I agree totally. I'm a druid with int-116 with C3 (wis way above 200 but that doesn't matter here hehe). It took me 25 stacks of Bear meat to go from skill level of 5 to triv (143). And I thought brewing was cheap :)

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RE: Easy Master at Baking Skill
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Skill-ups are determined by whichever is higher; intelligence or wisdom. So your wisdom did help, actually. This has long since been confirmed by SoE, don't listen to any out-of-date sources that say otherwise. And on a side-note: successes are solely determined by your skill level. Go to www.eqtraders.com and read all about it.
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Not finished currently with the shawl, but this is my progress. B4 you begin the shawl quest, get your baking skill up to 130. I did this by increasing my baking to 60 a long time ago, and just making fish rolls in FP till 130. But b4 leaving FP, go get a few snake eggs, & put them in the bank. You'll know soon. Then, go to Plane of Knowlege (If you have Pop. If you dont, while your making fish rolls, go buy a mixing bowl at the Browntoes Bakery), go to the Tradeskill merchants, and in a few min, you'll find a mixing bowl. Go to Bazaar, stock up on 1 Tundra Kodiak meat & 2 Snow Bunny meat. Don't buy Ulthork Meat just yet. And if you don't have Luclin yet, your screwed. Go buy it, it's worth more than $30.00. Then go to Shadow Haven, go to the short section (WARNING: I am an enc, and I can do Illusion: Gnome to fix my House of Stout faction. It is highly suggested if your not an enc that you 1. Sneak or 2. Load up a few plat on a rogue mule and use his sneak. Or if your House of Stout faction is ok, then don't bother this. Expecially if your a short race) go to a smith merchant, and chose. Smithing or pottery, you gotta chose to finish the shawl. I chose pottery because if you go to EQ traders, and spend some time raising pottery skill(Which is easy), you can be a master potterer and not waste a cp over 30pp. Well, if you have either trained, make a Pot & Pie tin. Yet again, look up the recipie on EQTraders. Also but a Spit around PoK or FP.

Ok now we get on the quest. Go to Thurg, talk to Borranin (Or Boring as I call him), talk to the butcher, and initiate the quest. Buy bread from him, then go buy a jug of sauces from the Thurg Exchange, MAke the meat, put a bred loaf and the meat in the mixing bowl, and make the Tundrabear Sandwich (Triv around 40). Give it to Leif, talk to butcher. Go make Snow Bunny Stew. Now you'll realize why I wanted you to make a pot. I spent 4 hours trying to make a pot. You could do it in 10 min. Make sure b4 leaving buy some water flasks. Back to thurg exchange, go make Bunny meat by combinding 2 bunny meat & a jug of sauces in a mixing bowl, buy spices, take the spices, water, meat & pot into your spit, make the stew. Give it to Trita, and talk to butcher.
Pie tin was pre made, so now go to Thurg Exchange, quickly buy Vinegar, Spices, milk & Flour, and leave for bazaar. In bazaar, take out your snake eggs from FP, make some dough, & put the Vinegar & Spices into the mixing bowl. Make sure there is nothing more but those 2 items in the mixing bowl, & put it to the front of your inventory. Quickly find a person who sells Ulthork Meat, (Btw, eat alot of food B4 you do this so you dont accidntally eat the meat), buy the meat, and go into inventory, and hit combine. Grab the meat, put it all into your spit along with the dough & pie tin, hit combine, and put the pie at the absolute back of your inventory. Also make sure to eat alot of food so you dont scarf down the pie. Run all the way to Thurg, & give Brita her pie. Get to butcher and initiate the last part.
After instructions, grab your friends, & go griffin Hunting in EW. Now this may take awhile, so get like 5 stacks of bread and put all eggs you find at the absolute back of your inventory. Prepare for a long hunt. In 12-15 Griffs, about 4 eggs should drop. Quickly get out, run back to thurg, and go to Thurg exchange. Get some spices, and bake all 4 eggs & the spices in a spit. The souffle should be trivial, if not, please reply with your results. Quickly give the souffle to Thoridain right beside Boring and get Thoridain's Seal. Give Boring the Seal and your Shawl and this quest should be done in less than 17 hours (Not including time to raise skills). GL on your shawls everyone, and Btw, here's a link to EQTraders: http://www.eqtraders.com/
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Kodiac Meat????
# Nov 06 2002 at 11:06 AM Rating: Default
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I have been quad kiting the cave kodiaks in GD for some time now and have recieved 0 meats from them . Is this where you get the meat for the first meal or do i have to kill kodiak bears? I'm pretty sure it is the cave kodiaks but just thought i would ask for clarification just to make sure.. Thanks for you help
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RE: Kodiac Meat????
# Nov 06 2002 at 12:04 PM Rating: Decent
The "related creatures" list above says "A Tundra Kodiak". Try killing a few and see.
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How to obtain the shawl in less than 24 hours
# Oct 22 2002 at 4:18 PM Rating: Good
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At level 39 on my enchanter i got my pottery and baking to 135 before starting. Get into a frost giant group in GD if you are worried about faction(if you cant get in one just hit the giants while a group kills them). I would also suggest going to lavastorm and kill basilisks for their eggs as combining them to make dough gives you 15 if you dont already have dough. The first part was easy, just go to bazaar and buy tundra kodiak meat for around 75pp then make the sandwhich. For the Snowbunny Stew go to EW and shout or auction for it, most likely someone will send you a tell(you also need a pot for this which is why i got my pottery to 135). Again, go to EW and get in an ulthork group or shout/auction for meat, make the pie tin and then the clump of dough with the basilisk eggs I mentioned earlier. This is the last and hardest part, the Snow Griffon Souffle. Go back to EW and if you cant solo or track the griffons i suggest getting a partner(i got a 51 bard to help me) after constant tracking/killing we got 4 eggs to drop in approx. 3 hours. Combine the ingrediants to make the souffle and quickly turn it in before you have a chance to eat it.(in case your wondering i had kindly/warmly faction for doing quest 1 2 and 3) DONT FORGET TO TURN IN THE NAPKINS ALSO! =)
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I was helpin a friend to do 3rd quest, and since i bake, still low but she has done noo baking, i made the saucybearmeat. I saw that it was no drop, so i came here to check on the sandwhich itself, unfortuantely its no drop too. Anyway, i the description above it says to combine meat and sauce in oven, i use a spit due to my being a lizard and having limited acess to cities and it didn't work, so i tried in the mixingbowl and it worked there. As far as i know a spit can be used anytime in place of an oven.
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# Feb 05 2003 at 9:59 AM Rating: Default
You can get a master chef to MQ the baked products with the person wanting to get the shawl or seal - they hand the product in, you hand in the napkin, you get back the proof (used napkin, empty pot, etc) for the next step. I made some decent cash this way at lvl 30ish when Velious was launched and lots of high level people had zero trade skills while I had baking skill 150ish. :)
Mixing Bowl
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Smiley: confusedI'm a little confused about the mixing bowl. Do I need one of those mixing bowls that have slots and a combine button inside to make something that get's put in the oven? Or do I just need a crafted mixing bowl that will itself get put into the oven with the other ingredients? Perhaps someone who's done the quest can clarify this for me. Thanks.

Edited, Sat Oct 5 18:40:54 2002
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RE: Mixing Bowl
# Oct 06 2002 at 10:32 AM Rating: Default
You need the store-bought or player-made mixing bowl which you can combine items in. The recipe for it is: 2 large blocks of clay (unstacked), large bowl sketch, water flask and fire with a firing sheet. EQ Traders lists it at a trivial of 128.
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Trivials
# Oct 05 2002 at 1:45 AM Rating: Default
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Hey, dudes. Just curious as to what Trade Skills I need for every Shawl quest, and what trivial my Trade Skills are needed to be at. Please wbs =)
very confused
# Sep 11 2002 at 1:43 PM Rating: Default
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well I really want to do this quest but have no bakeing skill yet I've read all the posts and they are all pretty help ful and it sounds like alot of it can be bought at FP areas but one where do you buy a spit and e do you start with baeking skill whats easy to do first? pies,cookies,muffins then go up to meats? ry but this will be my first big quest and I'm a dumby at it
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Shay lvl 38 druid
RE: very confused
# Nov 14 2002 at 5:40 PM Rating: Default
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EQ Traders has a complete list of where you can buy spits, milk, water, and so on.

http://www.eqtraders.com/location/baking.htm
RE: very confused
# Sep 27 2002 at 3:09 AM Rating: Default
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Mr Very Confused,

If you noticed this part of quest can be MQ'd (as can other parts). If you don't want to spend the time to raise your baking, you can have someone else make the items and turn them in-you just turn in the napkin to them after friend gives them the food. If you desire to raise your baking skill(why not?), you can find a spit easily in Surefall Glade near the zone to Qeynos Hills. There is a merchant just before the cave to the zone. Combine a buttload of Bat Wings and Fish(in EC and WC respectively), and you'll raise your baking skill to about 135(not to mention have a LOT of food you can sell in the bazaar for a good 1pp each to all the money hungry bastards selling their crap for K's of PP.)

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eggs
# Aug 31 2002 at 8:27 PM Rating: Default
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I'm not sure why everyone is having so many problems with the snow griffon eggs.... there are lots of snow griffons around the IC bridge in EW, and they are easy enough to kill... I killed 4 and got 4 eggs.... one on each corpse (and feathers on 3 of them and claws on one)
question
# Aug 16 2002 at 2:21 PM Rating: Default
does anyone know what napkin we are suppose to have and give to thoridain with the snow griffin souffle ?? and how can we get the napkin back if we dont have it without going through the entire quest again .
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Faction
# Aug 13 2002 at 3:37 AM Rating: Decent
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What faction do you need to do this? I've been killing enemies of the Coldain FOREVER and am still dubious. I heard I need neutral, or was it amiable? Any word?
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RE: Faction
# Aug 16 2002 at 11:59 AM Rating: Default
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Yes amiable...

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Bunnie Meat?
# Jul 24 2002 at 7:50 AM Rating: Default
Where do you get bunnie meat, or is it just rabbit meat? If anyone know let me know.

Thanks,
Alexianna Flynn, 52 cleric Drinal
RE: Bunnie Meat?
# Jul 27 2002 at 3:55 AM Rating: Default
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If you havn't figured it out already, the bunnie meat drops off of snow bunnies in east waste, im guessing they're level 1 or 2, so when your running around looking for griffons just pop them as you see them, they're non-stackable so make sure you got 2 open slots, also if you want just auction to buy them in EW and maybe someone will have some, hope that helped.
Bad Luck
# Jul 15 2002 at 11:59 PM Rating: Default
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I got all 4 eggs in under 2 hours and was very very happy. Went back to Thurg and with my skill of 152 in Baking went to make my Souffle. And I failed, bah!! Oh well back to EW I go.

Anyway just wanted to say that best way to get baking up is to make filleted bear or wolf. Just combine 1 fillet knife and appropriate meat in oven/spit. Yields 4. After that made creamy filleted bear. 1 filleted bear and 1 cream. Awesome thing is this gives plus 3 STR and neg 1 INT.
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RE: Bad Luck
# Sep 19 2002 at 7:28 PM Rating: Default
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actually, the best way to get baking skill up is to buy a bunch of stacks of batwings and a bunch of stacks of fresh fish, put one batwing in, one fresh fish, hit combine..0-135 in under a couple of hours.
RE: Bad Luck
# Oct 20 2002 at 1:20 PM Rating: Default
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because of the limited availabilty of Fish on Vendors i would rather do Batwing Crunchies (1Batwing+1Frosting) till triv and then move on to Beer Braised Bear (1Bearmeat+1Shortbeer+1spices) agin till triv then do Filleted Bear/Wolf/Lion (B/W/L meat+Filletingknife)till 143skill. The only part that is not sold by vendors is the Filleting Knife but that can be made with Smithing (3MetalBits+ScalerMold+Water). Aside from that everything is sold by one of the normally paired Baking Vendors in any of the Cities.
I made it to 143 skill in 3 1/2 hours with this route and i had to figure it out as i went along.

Another bonus is that the Beer Braised Bear has 2str n1int on it and like all the other items i mentioned , is very cheep to make.
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RE: Bad Luck
# Oct 20 2002 at 1:18 PM Rating: Default
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because of the limited availabilty of Fish on Vendors i would rather do Batwing Crunchies (1Batwing+1Frosting) till triv and then move on to Beer Braised Bear (1Bearmeat+1Shortbeer+1spices) agin till triv then do Filleted Bear/Wolf/Lion (B/W/L meat+Filletingknife)till 143skill. The only part that is not sold by vendors is the Filleting Knife but that can be made with Smithing (3MetalBits+ScalerMold+Water). Aside from that everything is sold by one of the normally paired Baking Vendors in any of the Cities.
I made it to 143 skill in 3 1/2 hours with this route and i had to figure it out as i went along.

Another bonus is that the Beer Braised Bear has 2str n1int on it and like all the other items i mentioned , is very cheep to make.
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RE: Bad Luck
# Jan 12 2003 at 2:59 AM Rating: Default
I applaud you for finding a different way to raise your baking skill to the neccessary level to complete this portion of the quest, however, Fish Rolls are far easier to do. Fresh Fish IS readily available in UNLIMITED quantities on at least two vendors that I know of, one in West Commons, and one in Freeport. Add to that the batwing vendor in East Commons, and you can get your baking up to 135 in no time.

Midayl
RE: Bad Luck
# Jan 21 2003 at 1:15 AM Rating: Default
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Fish is also available in PoK from one of the guys fishing (of course) by the pool/pond thingy.
gate
# Jul 12 2002 at 5:15 AM Rating: Default
didn't they used to be thurgan gate potion needed for one of them
RE: gate
# Jul 16 2002 at 1:49 AM Rating: Default
Gate potion is for 4th shawl.
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