Yuio's Illness  

Quest Started By:Description:
Maximum Level:115
Monster Mission:No
Can Be Shrouded?:No
Quest Type:Quest
Faction Required:
Kejek Village (Min: Apprehensive)
Factions Raised:
Factions Lowered:
    Quest Items:
    Related Creatures:
    Era:Scars of Velious
    Group Size:Solo
    Min. # of Players:1
    Max. # of Players:1
    Appropriate Classes:
    • All
    Appropriate Races:
    • All
    Entered: Fri Sep 14 17:06:45 2001
    Modified: Sun Jul 21 00:06:24 2019
    You say, 'Hail, Jali Kaliio'

    Jali Kaliio says 'Greetings outsider. I trust you have [peaceful intentions] while visiting our village?

    You say, 'I have peaceful intentions.'

    Jali Kaliio says 'That is good to hear. Those filthy kobolds have caused enough trouble. We do not need more enemies.' Jali turns around and glances at another Kejekan. This one seems somewhat ill. Her fur is coming out in patches and strange sores cover her body. 'That is my wife, Yuio. She has come down with a sickness, no doubt caused by those accursed kobolds.' Anger wracks Jali's face as he speaks. 'I would ask you for [help] but you are a stranger and owe us nothing. Of course if you did assist me, I would be forever grateful.'

    You say, 'I would like to help.'

    Jali Kaliio says 'Oh thank you. You are most kind. I fear that there is not much time left for my dear Yuio. Please speak to [Khonza Ayssla]. She is most wise and perhaps can find some cure for this affliction.

    You say, 'Who is Khonza Ayssla?'

    Jali Kaliio says 'Khonza Ayssla is the village's High Shaman. She teaches the ancient ways of Okanjo and is most wise. If she cannot assist you I do not know who can. I would go myself but I am too worried to leave my dear wife behind. When you find Khonza, tell her that Jali sent you. Please hurry, friend!

    Khonza Ayssla is inside the southwest building. Tell her, 'Jali sent me.'

    Khonza Ayssla says 'Ah yes Jali, whose wife is ill. I have been looking for a cure for many moons. I do believe I can make one now if I had the proper ingredients. Unfortunately it will require the deaths of some of our lands creatures but the spirits will not be angered as it is for a noble cause. Perhaps you could [fetch them] for me?

    You say, 'I will fetch them for you.'

    Khonza Ayssla says 'Take this satchel and please listen closely. I need the following and they need to be relatively fresh. So dont waste time with frivolous strolls through the jungle. I require two Panda Claws, two Tiger Skins, two Asp Poison Sacs, a Bamboo Shoot, and a Kejekan Palm Fruit, which you will need to find somewhere in the jungle. Once you have these items, combine them in the bag and return to me.'

    You receive a Burlap Satchel.

    Panda Claws can be found from pandas in Stonebrunt.
    Tiger Skins drop from Kejek Tigers.
    The best place to get Asp Poison Sacks is in Oasis of Marr.
    The fruit and bamboo are foraged in Stonebrunt. Make sure to put them in bags after your food and drink so you don't accidentally consume them.

    Combine the 8 items inside the bag to get a Full Gathering Satchel. Bring it back to Khonza.

    Khonza Ayssla says 'I thought the kobolds would have you for dinner, but you made it back.' Ayssla takes the satchel and begins to pour different vials of foul smelling liquid into it. She then takes the entire contents of the bag and dumps it into a large kettle and begins to chant in an unknown language. After a few minutes, she takes a small amount of the now boiling liquid and puts it in a vial. 'Take this vial back to Jali. I pray to the Titan Spirits that it works.'

    Your faction standing with Kejek Village has been adjusted by 5.
    Your faction standing with Peace Keepers has been adjusted by 1.
    You gain experience!!

    You receive a Vial of Healing Liquid (MAGIC, LORE, NO TRADE, Tiny, weight 0.2) in return.

    Giving this to Jali gets the following:

    Jali Kaliio says ''Khonza Ayssla gave this to you? We must try it at once then.' Jali opens the vial and gently tilts back Yuio's head. He pours the liquid into her mouth and waits. Miraculously, Yuios fur begins to take on a healthy sheen and the sores begin to disappear! Yuio falls into Jali's arms then goes slack, passing out. 'She needs much rest. I cannot begin to thank you enough for helping us. Please accept this as a reward. It is not much but it should be of some use. You are indeed a friend of ours and if you ever need shelter from the wilds, please visit us again.'

    Your faction standing with Kejek Village has been adjusted by 5.
    Your faction standing with Peace Keepers has been adjusted by 1.
    You gain experience!!
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    # Sep 27 2001 at 11:37 AM Rating: Decent
    9 posts
    OK... I was wondering about some details of the quest so here the facts I found yesterday...

    1- The Panda claws drop from ANY panda in Stonebrunt... but you should stick to the cubs if possible... I'm a lvl 31 Ranger with Panic Animals and they hit HARD... real hard... and they resist a lot... so watch out for these... the cubs are around lvl 28-30... young panda are 30-31... mature panda are 32-33...

    2- The tigers... I was hunting Kejek tigers for the tiger skin... it was easier than the panda but they still hit harder then I expected... A guildmate hunting around also found a Tiger Skin on a Higland Tiger but they are tougher... Kejek tiger lvl start around 26 and go up to (I think) 30... I don't know if the Kejek tigress drop it tho...

    3- Asp poison sac, come on, easy... didn't loot any sac in South Ro but I got many in Oasis... don't know if they only drop in Oasis... just a theory...

    4- Foraged stuff... at 114, I had some minor problems foraging... at 120, my guildmate friend got everything real fast... don't know if 120 is some kind of turning point for foraging... again, just a theory

    5- Don't go see the quest npc in the Kejek place in Wolf form if you don't want to die...

    6- The proc IS great! 81 damage... low delay also mean a lot of interruption on PVP server...

    7- The zone was almost empty because of the Trivial Loot code (I Guess) so I strongly suggest any lvl 30-35 (no twinks) to go there and get that weapon!!!

    Now... I got a question... anyone know FOR SURE what affect how often you proc? Agility or Dexterity...?
    RE: Woot!
    # Sep 28 2001 at 6:04 PM Rating: Default
    Dex. Period.
    AGI=AC, Dodge and blocking for monks. (Not 100% on sure on blocking, the rest is a fact)
    Dex= Damage Minimum and percent of possible damage done (Hit more often and for more points of dmg higher your dex is), how fast you learn weapon skills and bard songs, and how often your weapons proc :-) I know for a FACT that all of this is true.
    Kejekan palm fruits, bamboo shoots, and the people who need
    # Sep 27 2001 at 5:42 AM Rating: Good
    308 posts
    "Hello. My name is Silvester. I am a habitual forager."

    My ranger, Silvester, is level 41 and his forage skill is up around 191 now. 200 is the hard cap for the forage skill if you're a druid or a ranger. Having high forage skill can be a blessing, or a curse. On one hand, you can always find food and drink laying around in the woods... on the other hand, you can never find any food or drink laying around in the woods, because you keep finding frost crystals, drachnid silk, gold nuggets, bone barley, iksar falanges, etc. If you're actually looking for one of these "uncommon" foraged items, good for you! If you're just trying to scrounge up some viddles... argh!

    Since Stonebrunt Mountains only seems to have two "uncommon" foraged items (the kejekan palm fruit and the bamboo shoot), you won't have to worry about finding something with a weird sounding name that looks funny when you hold it up to the morning sun. While you're hunting in the zone, just hit that forage button whenever it pops back up, and you should find all the foraged stuff you'll ever need. Hope you've been foraging since you first learned the skill, though; you'll need to know where to look to scrounge up those items! Be sure to check the items that you forage, as well. Kejekan palm fruit looks like other fruits or berries; a bamboo shoot looks like a root. Both items are stackable meals, so you can eat them if you're not careful. Lately, I've gotten into the habit of keeping my forage-box in my number 1 inventory slot, so that when I drop a foraged item into my inventory, it will drop to a lower slot by default and I won't have to worry about accidentally snarfing down my quest items. I think Silvester has around 18 kejekan palm fruits and around 29 bamboo shoots in his inventory at the moment; I give them to people who are trying to do the quest, but I'm also keeping a heads-up for any baking or brewing recipes. I wonder if you can make kejekan palm fruit juice with a bottle, a flask of water, and two kejekan palm fruits...
    Panda claws fall within TLC, so be prepared
    # Sep 27 2001 at 5:11 AM Rating: Good
    308 posts
    Trivial Loot Code prevents any MAGIC, LORE, or NO DROP item from appearing on a corpse if the monster was a trivial fight for you or your party. If the monster didn't have any MAGIC, LORE, or NO DROP items, you won't see the red trivial loot code message. If the monster *did* have a MAGIC, LORE, or NO DROP item, you *will* see the trivial loot code message, and the item will not be on the corpse. This is my educated guess, based on killing level 1-10 kobolds in the Warrens. A level 2 kobold runt isn't going to have any magic items on him, but if he has a kobold molar (a NO DROP quest item), then he'll give you the trivial loot message when you /bonk him for 55 damage.

    Since the panda claws are a MAGIC one-handed slashing weapon (not a very good one either: 30 delay, 7 damage, primary only, yuck), then they won't drop if the panda was too low in level for you. If you kill a green panda, and you see that red TLC message, kick yourself in the butt, because you probably just destroyed a panda claw, and there are probably a dozen other people running themselves ragged trying to find one. :)
    # Sep 27 2001 at 3:40 AM Rating: Decent
    3 posts
    Anyone know if the panda claws are subject to trivial loot code?

    I've killed several, but no claws yet

    # Sep 26 2001 at 7:14 PM Rating: Default
    WHERE THE HELL ARE THEY!!!??? also this trivial rule is sooo dumb. if its too trivial for me to get loot the don't make it attack me. if it attacks me an i defend myself an win i should be rewarded with its loot. - Hass
    RE: pandas
    # Sep 29 2001 at 3:56 PM Rating: Decent
    36 posts
    Amen, my brotha. That's the biggest problem with the 'tlc', no reward for our troubles. While I think that the tlc CAN be a good thing, it should NOT apply to normal, common mobs. What it SHOULD apply to is the rare, "named" mobs which have specific drops that people would farm.
    new patch
    # Sep 25 2001 at 9:03 PM Rating: Default
    is this the quest the new patch mentions was giving out the wrong item and was fixed? i looked at all of the quests for this zone and this looks like the only decent one so i assume its the one they changed.
    Anyone know of a simple way to rasie Kejek Villiage faction?
    # Sep 25 2001 at 7:02 PM Rating: Default
    I'm currently Dubious to the Kejek and as a result "The spirit's don't trust me" Has anyone found a simple way to raise faction to a point where this quest can be done?
    RE: Anyone know of a simple way to rasie Kejek Villiage fact
    # Nov 09 2001 at 10:13 PM Rating: Decent
    I helped an iksar do this quest last night. He'd helped a group kill Snowbeast, and found that he was KOS to the kejekans. Using FD, sneak, and running really really fast, he managed to do this quest, and found that he was no longer KOS. So, if you have sneak, you should be able to do this or most other quests in this zone to get your faction back up. If you don't, you might be able to do it with the invis-while-trading trick, with someone else's help, I don't know for sure.
    Balidil Anla'shok
    Ranger of 45 seasons
    Guardians of Blood
    # Sep 25 2001 at 1:34 AM Rating: Default
    I want to duel weild them. I am not a twink and need good weapons but I cant afford them. I have never had over 120pp in my posession at any one time. I am in Oasis though and can get the sacs easily. I will gladly trade the sacs for any of the other items needed for the quest. I may also be able to buy the other items well most of them. If your on Zebuxoruk and need the sacs give me a tell.

    Kilikroe 19th season warrior
    Grayson's Few

    I want my last name now!!!!
    Quest Completed
    # Sep 20 2001 at 8:22 AM Rating: Decent
    2 posts
    To all of you people that have been posting that you can't forage the Kejekan Palm Fruit or the Bamboo Shoot, I have one question.

    What is your Forage skill at?

    I took my 35th dr00d alt to Stonebrunt last night and foraged 2 Kejekan Palm Fruits and 1 Bamboo Shoot in under 5 minutes. They were actually 3 of the 8 things I foraged. (Sometimes I forget to hit the Forage key).

    I don't think location really matters for foraging, but I was in a jungle area.

    This quest is cake, and yielded me a couple of decent twink weapons.

    In summary, the quest is 100% working, and I can confirm with 100% confidence that the Kejekan Palm Fruit and the Bamboo Shoot can be FORAGED in Stonebrunt.
    RE: Quest Completed
    # Sep 24 2001 at 12:33 PM Rating: Default
    I haven't actually timed it, but the the forage button has a recover time of around 2-3 minutes, maybe more, so if you managed to forage eight objects in less than five minutes, you are exploiting a bug.
    RE: Quest Completed
    # Sep 25 2001 at 9:14 AM Rating: Decent
    360 posts
    Not true, Anonymous. The recycle time on Forage goes down considerably as the skill goes up. At my current skill of around 160, the recycle time is (estimating here) no more than 40 seconds.

    Arynduil Greyleaf
    38th Ranger of Tunare
    Norrathian Brotherhood, EMarr
    Hunter, EMarr

    "In a crowded Universe, when the talking turns to noise, you almost start laughing"
    RE: Quest Completed
    # Oct 03 2001 at 9:20 PM Rating: Default
    yes i have 200 skill in foraging and it pops up quite often. i used to hit the button the instant it popped up to raise skill now with 200 skill i just can't break the happit and i always have foraged junk pouring out of my bags :P also, the higher your skill the more likely you are going to forage a unique (zone specific) item. i get stacks of mourning dew from spending a few hours in gfay / lfay.

    Veloxlupus 53 wanderer on vallon zek.
    Found them )
    # Sep 20 2001 at 8:17 AM Rating: Default
    Those had been foraged today pretty commonly when I play my friend druid in stonebrunt.
    # Sep 19 2001 at 7:08 AM Rating: Default
    when you get the satchel filled with everything, do you press combine and then give it to jali, or do you just give it filled?? please someone respond back
    RE: combining
    # Sep 19 2001 at 8:20 PM Rating: Default
    Yes. Press the combine button. The stachel's name will change, and you will no longer be able to open it. Give it to Jali.

    Frotus of House Ryuji
    RE: combining
    # Sep 22 2001 at 7:33 PM Rating: Default
    Don't give it to Jali... give it to Khonza... give the cure HE gives you to Jali ;o)
    # Sep 17 2001 at 5:19 PM Rating: Decent
    4 posts
    These go for about 1.2- 2k on morell thule. I spent the weekend killing pandas for exp loot and fun. Got enough claws and everything else to get 4 swords. sold 2 for 1.2 each and traded a set of them for 4k items. All in all they went withing about 1 hour of being in the auction zone.

    Fynnian Iduna
    33 ranger of Morell-Thule
    RE: Price
    # Sep 17 2001 at 8:49 PM Rating: Decent
    57 posts
    As with any new item that comes out, if you expect to sell it for exorbitant prices, you gotta do within a week of it coming out.

    I'll say if you wanna buy this, wait a couple of weeks, you'll probably get one for 700pp or less easy.

    Some high level guy probably bought it off you for their WAR/RNG toon to twink. Congrats man :).
    35 Ranger
    tiger skin?
    # Sep 17 2001 at 4:30 PM Rating: Decent
    anyone know if you need to use the skins from the tigers in stonebrunt, or can you use... say... the skin from the tiger in the ak'anon zoo, or whichever.... ?

    just curious
    The Vision scowls at you, ready to attack. What would you like your nerf to say?
    RE: tiger skin?
    # Sep 27 2001 at 5:17 AM Rating: Good
    308 posts
    A tiger skin is a tiger skin. I haven't thought of actually casting Identify on tiger skins from different places, but I'm pretty sure they're the same thing. You can also get tiger skins in the Emerald Jungle, from raging tigers and the like.

    "Hey, Tony! Slap me some skin, man... I need it for a quest."
    Panda Claws
    # Sep 17 2001 at 12:17 AM Rating: Default
    Yes these are a pain to get, but some guild buddies and I found what seemed to be a good way of getting them relatively fast, (about 1 in 8-10 kills). To the best of our knowledge we weren't getting any because I was on with my 54 war and my buddy was on with his 52 dru... trivial loot code, go figure. So I hoped on with my 21 bard toon and while my buddy killed them I did the looting... over a relatively short period of time (about 2hrs... I said relative) we had 11 or 12 claws... my friend had no trouble foraging the fruit and bamboo (100+ foraging skill) and we spent about ten minutes in oasis slaughtering asps for the sacs. Oh yeah, waxed tigers like it was our job for the skins, very common loot. All in all we got 5 WotFS and used them to twink out our little toons (my bard got a pair heheh) they are decent weapons and just look cool... We all know that the point of twinking a lower level alt is to make them look cool =)

    Garrentis Tankenstein
    54 Warrior of The Rathe

    Facing terror isn't half as fun as sharing it.
    - Bun bun
    RE: Panda Claws
    # Sep 17 2001 at 8:53 AM Rating: Decent
    Do you mean you grouped your 21 with the 52 druid and you got exp when he killed?
    RE: Panda Claws
    # Sep 19 2001 at 6:18 AM Rating: Default
    No hes saying that to get around the Trivial Loot Code he Grouped with his bard with them thus making it so he could loot.
    RE: Panda Claws
    # Sep 19 2001 at 9:09 AM Rating: Default
    Hehe, for anyone who hasn't been power leveled or seen someone being power leveled by a Bard, Bards are awesome. They knock the thing down to almost dead, mez it, mem blur and then the lowbie kills it with 1 hit and gets xp and all faction.

    Bards areawesome, I wish more of them were out there.
    RE: Panda Claws
    # Oct 01 2001 at 3:39 PM Rating: Default
    Garrentis is badly mistaken.

    I tried grouping my 52 druid with my 19 bard. The druid did all the killing. He got trivial challenge messages for about 1 in 5 or so pandas, and the bard wasn't able to loot ANY claws (they never appeared on any of the panda corpses).

    If anyone in your party is over the trivial challenge limit, NO ONE in the group gets xp nor can anyone loot these claws.
    # Sep 16 2001 at 7:55 AM Rating: Decent
    8 posts
    This Item to my best guess is probably worth about 1k. This Item will drop the price of th SSOY because of its realative easiness of getting and it procs for more damage at a lower lvl then the Yak.
    Value 1000pp? 600pp methinks.
    # Sep 16 2001 at 9:11 PM Rating: Decent
    57 posts
    Dunno about you, but on Xev server, the DragonHorn Yak goes for about 900pp and the SSOY goes for about 1000pp(usually) to about 1200pp (rarely).

    I would think a sword like this, should only be worth 600pp at the most. It is easy to get for Rangers/Druids level 20 and above (their forage skill would be 100+ by then, allowing them to forage the shoots and the fruit)

    The skins were a 1 in 3 drop off the tigers and 1 in 4 off the tigeresses, the panda claws were a 1 in 20 drop (no difference i could discern from the different ages of panda.)

    I did not try to get a the Asp poison sacs from the emerald adders, but i killed 4 and no Sac. I paid 30pp for my asp poison sacs - i got a TP to WC for 10pp, ran to the desert area and killed asps for 10mins and got 8 asp sacs, zoned in to EC and checked out the bazaar for a bit, then paid 20pp for a TP to toxx forest, ran back thru paineel. Took me about 30mins to get back to Stonebrunt Mtns with 8 asp poison sacs. I later sold 4 of the asp poison sacs to a shadowknight for 5pp each, but he gave me 30pp for it, because he couldn't get any from killing 20+ adders he told me. So actually i broke even on the trip, and saved myself and the Shadowknight some time. We later teamed up to fear kite pandas coz all that we were missing were panda claws. He let me loot the first two panda claws if i foraged the bamboo shoots and palm fruit for him. After 2 hours we got 3 panda claws. He had to log out, but he was just 1 panda claw shy of the quest. I had enough for 1 WOTFS, but i wanted to do two of them back to back, seeing how i had 3tiger skins, 4 asp poison sacs, 4 palm fruits, 2 bamboo shoots and 2 panda claws. So i needed 1 more tiger skin and 2 more panda claws.

    After 2 more hours (argh) i finally got my 2 panda claws. Tiger skin dropped onto my lap coz of a green highland tigeress add that i snared and feared away while keeeeling the mature panda. The mature panda dropped the final claw i needed and the tigeress dropped the skin. Woohoo... so i went there, read everything, hailed him again and again to make sure i got it right, then i got the bag (i had to drop my empty backpack to get the sack to put the stuff in.) Got my WOTFS, and then redid the quest after spending about 5mins looking at my char model from all diff views.. the WOTFS looks sweeeeeet on a ranger :)
    Dual wielding them is even sweeeeeter. :))
    35 Ranger
    RE: the Reward
    # Sep 15 2001 at 9:40 AM Rating: Default
    30 posts
    duh, look back at the top, it says the reward for the quest is the Wakizashi of the Frozen Skies
    #Anonymous, Posted: Sep 14 2001 at 7:35 PM, Rating: Sub-Default, (Expand Post) A wakizashi looks like a katana, but bigger. Thats basically all I know about it, but thats more than any of these posts have. I wonder why Verant is putting a bunch of oriental weapons into stonebrunt... There are ninjanta (sp?) and many others that i dont remember the name of. This seems like the best one so far. Hopefully these sell for a decent amount. Anyone know what lvls you need to be to have these items drop?
    RE: About the Wakizashi
    # Sep 14 2001 at 11:12 PM Rating: Decent
    20 posts
    Actually the Wakizashi is the smaller blade. It is the one used to commit Seppaku.
    Ildera Sedai
    48th Druid
    Tarew Marr
    RE: About the Wakizashi
    # Sep 15 2001 at 12:10 AM Rating: Default
    Actually the weapon used to commit Seppaku is the tanto. Basically a dagger made in the same manner as a katana. A wakizashi is a short blade roughly 18 inches long.
    RE: About the Wakizashi
    # Sep 15 2001 at 7:53 AM Rating: Decent
    80 posts
    Both the above post are correct. Or atleast from what I've heard. At first there was only the katana and wakizashi, the wakizashi was used for seppaku. Later the tanto was added and became used for seppaku. If I'm wrong I appologize.
    Type:EKA 1% fall into this type
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    RE: About the Wakizashi
    # Sep 15 2001 at 9:44 AM Rating: Decent
    73 posts
    You are essentially correct. The weapon used for seppuku is basically whichever is most readily available, as the decision and the act typically follow one right after the other. If it is a time in which one has the leisure to decide on one's method, it's usually by preference of the suicidee. The lengths of the blades, from smallest to longest, are Tanto, Wakizashi, Katana, and No-Dachi. The main distinction of the wakizashi is that it is the distinctive piece or armament which separated Ronin from pledged Samurai. Only a Samurai who served a Daimyo could bear the Wakizashi.
    RE: About the Wakizashi
    # Sep 15 2001 at 3:00 PM Rating: Decent
    25 posts
    And the katana and wakizashi "set" together is refered to as the daisho. It is nearly always worn together thrust in the obi edge facing up, unless in full armor.
    RE: About the Wakizashi
    # Sep 17 2001 at 9:03 AM Rating: Decent
    221 posts
    Very correct, I believe a close literal translation of "Wakizashi" is "Companion", as it was the companion blade of a Katana.

    Zaloren V'Shnev
    Enchanter of Innoruuk
    Master Jeweler
    Journeyman Smith
    RE: About the Wakizashi
    # Sep 24 2001 at 11:33 AM Rating: Default
    Curt Cobain used a shotgun for seppuku.
    RE: About the Wakizashi
    # Sep 25 2001 at 9:35 AM Rating: Default
    No, Seppuku was Ritual Suicide that returned the honor to the man doing it. Did Curt Cobain regain any honor?? I think not!
    What lvl
    # Sep 14 2001 at 4:04 PM Rating: Default
    What lvl are the creatures you need to kill. Is it safe to say that to be able to do this quest you should be at least lvl 28 or so?
    RE: What lvl
    # Sep 15 2001 at 7:07 AM Rating: Decent
    66 posts
    The toughest animals you must kill are Pandas. Cubs are the easiest at 28-30. Tigers you can find at around level 24-30 or so. You might do better killing asps in Oasis, the asp poison seems to drop more there and the asps are lower level. You also need to forage (or get from someone who can) the Bamboo Shoot and Kejekan Palm Fruit. Forage must be over 100 to get special items.
    Bolwyn Whipstitch
    Celestial Navigators
    (Maelin Starpyre)
    Quest end as submitted
    # Sep 14 2001 at 6:35 AM Rating: Excellent
    When you return the bag to Khonza:

    Khonza Ayssla says 'I thought the kobolds would have you for dinner, but
    you made it back.' Ayssla takes the satchel and begins to pour different
    vials of foul smelling liquid into it. She then takes the entire
    contents of the bag and dumps it into a large kettle and begins to chant
    in an unknown language. After a few minutes, she takes a small amount of
    the now boiling liquid and puts it in a vial. 'Take this vial back to
    Jali. I pray to the Titan Spirits that it works.'

    Your faction standing with KejekVillage got better.
    Your faction standing with PeaceKeepers got better.

    You recieve a Vial of Healing Liquid (Magic, Lore, Nodrop, Tiny, weight
    0.2) in return.

    Giving this to Jali gets the following:

    Jali Kaliio says ''Khonza Ayssla gave this to you? We must try it at
    once then.' Jali opens the vial and gently tilts back Yuio's head. He
    pours the liquid into her mouth and waits. Miraculously, Yuios fur
    begins to take on a healthy sheen and the sores begin to disappear!
    Yuio falls into Jali's arms then goes slack, passing out. 'She needs
    much rest. I cannot begin to thank you enough for helping us. Please
    accept this as a reward. It is not much but it should be of some use.
    You are indeed a friend of ours and if you ever need shelter from the
    wilds, please visit us again'

    Your faction standing with KejekVillage got better.
    Your faction standing with PeaceKeepers got better.

    ... and the Wakizashi of the Frozen Skies.

    Some notes:

    The Kejekan Palm Fruit and the Bamboo Shoot are foraged items in the
    zone, and are edible so be careful when dropping/eating what you get!
    (The Palm Fruit has the Fruit icon, and the Bamboo shoot has the Roots
    icon - but when I accidentally dropped it on the ground, it looked like
    an evergreen leaf/morning dew etc. - small green leaf on the ground,
    which for some reason I couldn't pick up ... very frustrating).

    The Tiger Skins are fairly common on Kejek Tigers (the orange striped

    The Asp Poison sac - I actually got this from Cistern Asps in Oasis - I
    killed 6 in Stonebrunt but got none, and got 3 sacs from the 1st two
    asps I killed in Oasis.

    The Panda Claws seem the hardest items to get, they seem to be a fairly
    uncommon drop off any panda.

    The 2 steps in completing the Quest seem to give a decent amount of
    faction with KejekVillage - it was enough to take me back to Indifferent
    from Apprehensive which I had gotten to by killing 2 of the Titans.
    # Sep 13 2001 at 8:07 AM Rating: Good
    Kejekan Palm Fruit-Foraged|berry icon|meal
    Location: Forage
    Icon: Berry/Fruit
    Other: wt 0.8, Meal

    Bamboo Shoot
    Location: Forage
    Icon: Roots
    Other: wt 1.0, Meal

    Panda Claws
    Location: Any Panda
    Icon: Claws
    Other: wt 1.0, 7/30, Magic, Trivial Loot Code

    Tiger Skin
    Location: Tigers/Tigresses in stonebrunt, Tigers in kerra ridge, Tiger in akanon zoo
    Icon: Tan colour skin with brown patterns
    Other: wt 3.5
    # Sep 13 2001 at 12:57 AM Rating: Decent
    7 posts
    Would anyone venture a guess as to what this weapon might be worth?
    Asp poison sacs
    # Sep 12 2001 at 3:34 PM Rating: Default
    I had a very rough time finding them in SM. I went over to S Ro and almost all of the cistern asp's have them and they work great.
    Take care and good luck
    Wakizashi proc
    # Sep 12 2001 at 12:38 PM Rating: Default
    I finished this quest yesterdayl, now that the patch allows the bamboo and the fruit to be foraged. I just wanted to mention that after some experimentation with a few different characters, my friend and I determined that the sword starts to proc at 20 and does 80 points of damage at that level. When weilded by a level 36 char it did 81 points of damage (spririt strike maxes out at 81).

    PS I got the asp poison sacs from SRO. I tried killing a few emerald adders after the patch and didn't see any sacs so I gave up and ported to SRO where I got the sacs within a few kills.

    Elendael Elfstone
    36 Wood Elf Druid
    Fennin Ro
    Quest completed
    # Sep 12 2001 at 7:02 AM Rating: Decent
    A Ranger posted to the Ranger boards that he completed the quest.

    Both the bamboo Shoot and the Palm Fruit were foraged.

    He didn't say about the Poison Sac but he specifically didn't mention having to leave the zone.

    The reward was:
    Wakizashi of the Forzen Skies
    1HS 6/22 Eff:Spirit Strike

    Skaw Falk'venn, Forest Stalker of Tunare
    Regia Antiquus Guild Leader, Erollisi Marr
    Grandmaster Fletcher(250), Brewer(250), rest(200)
    Forgot one other thing
    # Sep 12 2001 at 4:12 AM Rating: Decent
    The two forages are both found in Stonebrunt. In about 7-8 hours there i got 13 or 14 bamboo shoots, and only ended up with 2 kejekan palm fruits. I think i had been dropping fruits due to full inventory. The icon looks like berries or fruit, bamboo shoots look like roots.

    Hope this helps. Go get your wacky wakiz!
    Fendekar Wingbane
    Warder of Tunare - The Tribunal
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