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|Prerequisite Quests: Soldier of Air, Fight Fire, and any one of Trial of Smoke tasks, Prisoner's Dilemma, Palace of Embers, Brass Palace, Key to the Kingdom, and Contract of War.
You can get this shared task from Great Sky Ocean in Stratos at -80, +677, +238 on the island straight west of the entrance.
Great Sky Ocean says, 'It is good to see you again, Gidono. Once again I must offer my gratitude for your willingness to help stop the war and [see it through], despite the risks. You have been able to [find] solutions that my people would not. You even took on the most dangerous [mission] of entering Esianti to confront our king. Now you must [work] on his behalf and try to convince powerful beings in Esianti to support him.'
You say, 'work'
Great Sky Ocean says, 'Wonderful to know. I still cannot enter there, you must tackle this on your own. Beware, mortal, that my people do not like yours very much. You may need to prove your worth to them.'
You have been assigned the task 'All Hail the King'.
Task Window: Moon Serf of Harmonius Heavens has prmised to end the way with the efreeti if you can sway some djinn to more fully support him. These are eccentric djinn with what the king believes is an inordinate amount of political influence. he has asked you to do whatever you must to gain a letter of support for the king from these djinn and deliver them to his seneschal.
Silent White Sky is a pacifist. Moon Serf of Harmonius Heavens used the term 'overly senstivie' when describing him. Finding a way to gain his support may be extremely challenging.
Maiden of Nine Roses was described as full of whimsy. You can expect to not know what to expect when speaking with her.
Daughter of the Invincible Sunrise was once a strong supporter of Moon Serf of Harmonius Heavens, but has been cold to him lately. Find out why and gain her support.
Dance of Metal and Ivory is responsible for designing much of the architecture in Esianti. He is ancient djinn and ardent crafstman. The king has no idea how to appease someone who i s only concerned with art, something the king knows nothing about.
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