Ranger POP Spells  

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Rating:
*****
Information:
Level:60
Maximum Level:120
Monster Mission:No
Repeatable:Yes
Can Be Shrouded?:No
Quest Type:Quest
Quest Goal:
  • Spell
Quest Items:
Era:Planes of Power
Recommended:
Group Size:Solo
Min. # of Players:1
Max. # of Players:1
Appropriate Classes:
Appropriate Races:
  • All
Entered: Thu Nov 7 20:59:58 2002
Modified: Thu Feb 3 02:23:56 2022
Pathfinder Viliken may be found at -20, +920, +67.

You say, 'Hail, Pathfinder Viliken'

Pathfinder Viliken says 'Greetings, friend, and welcome to New Tanaan. We have worked hard to properly greet you into our midst, and hope that our efforts shall not be in vain. As a ranger of Tunare in my former life upon Norrath, I have joined my fellow Pathfinders in scribing spells from memory of our journeys upon your world. These spells are not unique to the Plane of Knowledge, for they are the same as those Norrath offers to its guardians. However, they may be convenient for you to purchase here while you are browsing our libraries and engaging in the wonders of our beautiful, peaceful city. However, do not forget the scholars whilst you are engaging in the planes. You may stumble across a piece of pure arcane manifestation that may appear mundane at first, but with my help can become a spell of great power to all of nature's wardens.'

Translation: Bring Viliken various parchments for PoP spells in return.

Ethereal Parchments will yield you 61-62nd level spells.
Spectral Parchments will yield you 63-64th level spells.
Glyphed Rune Words will yield you 65th level spells.


Pathfinder Viliken takes the arcane item from you. Carefully, he inspects it -- nodding to himself in recognition of the item and planning of his next step. The ranger then begins a soft, melodic chant of priestly origin. You recognize the nature of the words to be a hym of the natural world, though you cannot decipher their meaning. The arcane object fades into existence, the runes etching themselves upon the surface become clear in their mat, neutral hues. Eventually, the ranger's chant ends and the object in his hand is complete. He then extends it to you in unconditional offering, 'Use this wisely and with great respect for the power that has originated it. The primordial arcane powers of the divine worlds are not to be disrespected.'
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EP for Earthen Roots
# Dec 28 2005 at 7:19 PM Rating: Decent
Just got Earthen Roots from an EP with my 63 Ranger
RE: EP for Earthen Roots
# May 06 2006 at 2:03 AM Rating: Decent
I just had the same thing happen with my 51 RNG, twice in a row in fact, turned in 2 EP, one at a time and each time got Earthen Roots. YOu guys Sure EP are for 61-62?
RE: EP for Earthen Roots
# Jan 01 2007 at 12:10 PM Rating: Decent
A little late, but it's most likely because of something in the code, due to the fact that Druids get Earthen Roots for an EP.
RE: EP for Earthen Roots
# May 10 2008 at 6:14 PM Rating: Decent
Yeah, I turned in 4 EP's...trying to get spells for my ranger alt....and got Earthen Roots ALL 4 TIMES!!

Must be a glitch.



-Chris
Little more Information
# Nov 20 2005 at 9:17 PM Rating: Decent
Location is -22.97, 921.47, 67.13

Pathfinder Viliken says 'Greetings, friend, and welcome to New Tanaan. We have worked hard to properly greet you into our midst, and hope that our efforts shall not be in vain. As a ranger of Tunare in my former life upon Norrath, I have joined my fellow Pathfinders in scribing spells from memory of our journeys upon your world. These spells are not unique to the Plane of Knowledge, for they are the same as those Norrath offers to its guardians. However, they may be convenient for you to purchase here while you are browsing our libraries and engaging in the wonders of our beautiful, peaceful city. However, do not forget the scholars whilst you are engaging in the planes. You may stumble across a piece of pure arcane manifestation that may appear mundane at first, but with my help can become a spell of great power to all of nature's wardens.'

Pathfinder Viliken takes the arcane item from you. Carefully, he inspects it -- nodding to himself in recognition of the item and planning of his next step. The ranger then begins a soft, melodic chant of priestly origin. You recognize the nature of the words to be a hym of the natural world, though you cannot decipher their meaning. The arcane object fades into existence, the runes etching themselves upon the surface become clear in their mat, neutral hues. Eventually, the ranger's chant ends and the object in his hand is complete. He then extends it to you in unconditional offering, ''Use this wisely and with great respect for the power that has originated it. The primordial arcane powers of the divine worlds are not to be disrespected.'



btw I turned in 2 parchments and both came out Call of the Rathe lvl 62 spell
Pretty Rare Drop
# Sep 11 2003 at 8:17 PM Rating: Decent
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63 posts
Got this off an Enforcer in PoJ tonight. Never seen it drop before but glad I had the lucky dice tonight. :)
3 PARCHMENTS FOR ALL SPELLS
# Jul 05 2003 at 6:05 PM Rating: Decent
So if u turn in all those ethereal, spectral parchment, and glyphed rune word, u will get all those spell listed ??? If so, damn me i just turn in my ethereal, and spectral parchment today for only 2 spells...
RE: 3 PARCHMENTS FOR ALL SPELLS
# Aug 22 2003 at 6:37 PM Rating: Decent
.....It's just 1 per, P...One of the listed items gets you ONE of the spells, level dependant of course...
cry of fire
# Jun 28 2003 at 3:48 PM Rating: Decent
cry of fire is the proc effect from spell:call of fire.... cry of fire is not a spell the listing of it was a mistake
RE: cry of fire
# Sep 09 2003 at 8:38 PM Rating: Decent
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300 posts
Cry of Fire is the spell off of the Fervid Gloves of the Warder, in VT. The effect of Call of Fire is CallOfFireEffect
karana turn in?
# Jun 23 2003 at 9:49 PM Rating: Decent
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Says Tunare up top. Well, can a karana ranger turn parchments into the pathfinder NPC?
RE: karana turn in?
# Jun 24 2003 at 4:15 PM Rating: Decent
Yes.
Earthen Roots
# May 26 2003 at 9:03 AM Rating: Decent
Okay, I won two Ethereal Parchments today. So before i log i go and hand them in. I already had Strength of Tunare so i was hoping on Call of Rathe. 2 Earthen Roots?!??! WTF is going on, earthen roots being level 63. Anybody else getting wrong level spells on hand in?


Edited, Mon May 26 09:22:53 2003
RE: Earthen Roots
# Jun 21 2005 at 3:24 PM Rating: Decent
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78 posts
I just had the same problem. Turned in Ethereal Parchments and got earthen roots. So what the heck am I supposed to turn in then. Says 61 to 62 above for Ethereal. Please advise.
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RE: Earthen Roots
# Jun 04 2003 at 12:54 PM Rating: Decent
Actually, that was a correction VI/SOE made to the turn ins. Druids get the spell with an ethereal parchment, so the rangers do as well.
cry of fire 2
# Dec 31 2002 at 9:32 AM Rating: Default
41 posts
ok one last time, Cry of Fire is a clicky like spell off some item.
Call of fire is an actual spell that seems to drop off high lvl mobs in velious and maybe someplaces else.
i dont take castersrealm word even if they were the only site avaible. alot of there info is good for reference IMO and thats bout it.
RE: cry of fire 2
# Feb 02 2003 at 5:48 PM Rating: Default
http://lucy.fnord.net/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?t=34

This may ease the some of the torrid confusion I have witnessed lately in regards to 'Cry of Fire'.

Edited, Sun Feb 2 17:22:44 2003
Cry of Fire is a proc
# Nov 09 2002 at 3:08 AM Rating: Decent
Well dear -- I have not seen the spell yet :-( I do know that the spell Call of Fire is a proc off of the gloves in Vex Thal. Was wondering why the spell that procs 150dd at 65 took more mana than the 170dd proc at 64 /em shrugs. oh well, I am not smart evough of a ranger to figure it all out anyways
RE: Cry of Fire is a proc
# Nov 25 2002 at 9:18 PM Rating: Default
cry of fire is a self imbue proc spell and i believe the the 170 proc you speak of is nature's rebuke and if you will notice cry is verious all mobs while nature's is only against summoned type mobs
Cry of Fire
# Nov 08 2002 at 12:50 PM Rating: Default
I notice Cry of Fire is not on the list above. Also notice CastersRealm now has it listed as a SOL release, which it certainly was not. Is this just a fictional spell?
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